6.25 Classical Greece: Shipping
6.50 The Logarithmic Function
7.15 Maths: Axioms
7.40 Bela Bartok
8.5 The Dairy Industry
8.30 Victorian Moral Painting
8.55 We're All Immigrants Here
9.20 Victorian Music-Hall
9.45 James Bond : 4
10.10 Carbonyl Chemistry
10.35 The Romans in France
11.0 Maths: Vibration Absorbers
11.25 Plant and Animal Breeding
11.50 The Barber Years
12.15 Maths' Across the Curriculum
1.5 Education in Trinidad
1.30 Preparing to Study with the ou
1.55 Sheep Production
2.20 Resources for a City
2.45 Systems Organisation
starring Henry Fonda
Dolores Del Rio , Pedro Armendarlz When the government of a small Latin American country institutes anti-clerical decrees, one priest defies the authorities and continues his work among the peasants. Relentlessly pursued by the police, he is helped to safety across the border - only to turn back to administer the last rites to a dying criminal, and to find himself betrayed.
Filmed by Ford in Mexico, this adaptation of Graham Greene 's powerful novel is remarkable for its majestic photographic style.
Screenplay by DUDLEY NICHOLS
Based on the novel The Power and the Glory by GRAHAM GREENE
Produced by EMILIO FERNANDEZ
Directed by JOHN FORD and at 4.55
The Wings of Eagles starring
John Wayne , Maureen O'Hara
The story of Commander Frank W. ' Spig ' Wead is one of heroism and one man's triumph over seemingly insurmountable difficulties. ' Spig ' Wead began his career as one of the US Navy's fliers of the inter-war years. But in the 1930s, his greatest years were still to come.
Screenplay by FRANK FENTON and WILLIAM WISTER HAINES Based on the writings of COMMANDER FRANK W. ' SPIG ' WEAD Produced by CHARLES SCHNEE
Directed by JOHN FORD. Films: page 15
(The Sun Shines Bright; Tuesday 9.0 pm)
W. ' Spig '
Lieut of police:
Chief of police:
Sgt Of police:
Frank W ' Spig' Wead:
Herbert Allen Hazard:
Capt Jock Clark:
Chris Denham in conversation with Marika Hanbury-Tenison
Marika and her explorer husband Robin have spent much of their lives travelling to the remoter regions of the world, and in the last 15 years she has collected and evolved enough recipes for more than 30 books.
Today they live on a farm high above Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, in a home and garden created with loving enthusiasm from the rough surrounding moorland. Here Marika hopes that her search for the unicorn will ultimately prove successful. In this setting she talks about her work, the events which have shaped her life, and her present fight against cancer. Director GEORGINA LAMBERT Producer DAVID SPIRES
with Frances Coverdale Weather
A series of 13 programmes Written and presented by Robert Kee 8: Rising
When the Great War started in 1914, tens of thousands of Irish-men, from all parts of the country, enlisted in the British Army to fight, as they thought, for the rights of small nations like Belgium or even Ireland. Then, on Easter Monday 1916, Dublin rocked with the news that a small group of Irish nationalists had taken over the General Post Office and other strategic sites in the capital and proclaimed an Irish Republic. Five days later, the centre of Dublin was in ruins and the Rising was over. Its leaders were executed.
This is an account by eyewitnesses on both sides, of the Easter Rising, its putting down, and the executions that followed.
Film research VICTORIA WEGG-PROSSER Producer JEREMY ISAACS
In the second of five programmes the celebrated soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf works on two well-loved Mozart arias: Leporello's ' Catalogue Aria' from Don Gio vanni and ' Non so più', sung by Cherubino in The Marriage of Figaro. with Brian Scott (baritone), and Christine Cairns (mezzo-soprano) accompanied by ROGER VIGNOLES
Recorded at the Freemasons' Hall during the 1980 Edinburgh Festival. Sound RON ALLAN
Producer RODNEY GREENBERG
(La Route de Corinthe)
Starring Jean Seberg, Maurice Ronet
When a NATO security officer is shot dead in Greece, his wife, Shanny, is framed and convicted of his murder. Given three days to leave the country, she is determined to find her husband's killer first - in spite of active hindrance by NATO officials.
Chabrol's tongue-in-cheek espionage adventure makes stunning use of the Greek locations and includes many references to Hitchcock, the director he so admired.
Screenplay by CLAUDE BROLE and DANIEL BOULANCER Based on the novel Fleuve Noir by CLAUDE RANK
Produced by ANDRf genoves Directed by CLAUDE chabrol
(A French film with English subtitles) (First showing on British television) Films : page 15
with Frances Coverdale ; Weather
Ingrid Bergman Cary Grant with Claude Rains Louis Calhern
Alicia Huberman has been a subject of notoriety ever since her father was convicted of treason against the United States. When Devlin, a US secret service agent, proposes that she accompany him to Rio de Janeiro to help investigate and foil a sinister Nazi plot, she accepts the opportunity to expiate her father's crimes.
Original screenplay by BEN HECHT Produced and directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK