6.25 Kafka and his World
6.50 The Autistic Child
7.15 Maths: Convergence
7.40 Poetry in Public
8.5 Predicting Failure
8.30 A Golden Age of Work
8.55 Creating Equals in Class
9.20 Actress at Risk
9.45 Women in the Community
10.10 Voyager's Travels
10.35 Chardin and the Female Image
11.0 Maths Methods: Fourier Analysis
11.25 Space and Time: Black Holes
11.50 Change in a Therapeutic Community
12.15 Computing: Databases
12.40 Concrete and Steel
1.5 St Paul 's Cathedral
1.30 Images of Ourselves
1.55 Managing the Desert Margin
1.20 The Handicapped: Working Together
2.45 Introductory Electronics
Tony Curtis , Yul Brynner with Sam Wanamaker , Guy Rolfe Brad Dexter , Perry Lopez and Christine Kaufmann
The epic story of the 16th-century Cossack chieftain, Taras Bulba , who fights at the side of Prince Grigory, the Polish leader, in the battle to drive the Turks out of the Ukraine.
In the years of uneasy alliance that follow, Taras Bulba 's two sons grow to manhood. But one of them, Andrei, falls in love with the daughter of a Polish nobleman, and eventually sides with the Poles against his own father. The tragedy that follows provides a fitting climax to this spectacular and exciting film.
Screenplay by WALDO SALT and KARL TUNBERG Produced by HAROLD HECHT
Directed by J. LEE THOMPSON. Films: p 13
British Professional Championship from Gaskins Conference Centre, Middlesbrough
This afternoon the semi-finals of this eight-day championship take place, the last four players from the top 32 in Britain competing for a place in this evening's final. Each match is the best of 11 sets, three legs per set.
Introduced by PETER PURVES Commentators
SID WADDELL , TONY GREEN
Director MIKE ADLEY
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS fhillips
(Coverage of the Final begins at 10.0 pm)
in the company of David Hepworth and Mark Ellen takes a look at the rock scene with studio guests Fashion and Kissing the Pink plus news, views, clues and reviews
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
with Jan Leeming Weather
by PIER FRANCESCO CAVALLI from the Theatre Royal, Glasgow, RAYMOND LEPPARD 'S realisation of Cavalli's exotic opera L'Egisto in the spectacular production for Scottish Opera by JOHN cox.
Scenery, costumes and lighting design by ALLEN CHARLES KLEIN
L'Egisto is an opera about love, with all its pains and pleasures. The fates of two pairs of lovers are in the hands of capricious gods whose dramatic appearances bring both the first two acts to a climax.
Cavalli's glorious music urges the action on through comedy, intense drama and the anguish of lost love, but with Cupid's help, it is love that triumphs in the end.
The libretto by GIOVANNI FAUSTINO is sung in Italian with English subtitles.
With LINDA ORMISTON , SUSANNA ROSS ROSANNE BRACKENRIDGE
BEVERLEY MILLS, VIDA SCHEPENS
RODERICK KENNEDY , UNA
BUCHANAN CLAIRE LIVINGSTONE , TOM MCDONNELL SCOTTISH OPERA CHORUS
SCOTTISH OPERA ORCHESTRA leader ANGUS ANDERSON conducted by Raymond Leppard Introduced by JOHN COX
Engineering manager JOHN BUCK Sound RON ALLAN, TONY KIME Lighting ALAN HENDERSON Producer
NORMAN MCCANDLISH Director
DAVID BUCKTON BBC Scotland
(On Saturday 9 October, a Welsh National Opera production of Katya Kabanova, starring Elisabeth SOderstrom)
British Professional Championship from Middlesbrough The Final
This evening sees the climax of eight days' competitive darts in this £26,500 championship.
With titleholder and World Champion Jocky Wilson not competing in this tournament, a new name will go on to the trophy.
This year's final will be contested over 13 sets, three legs per set. Introduced by PETER PURVES
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
The climax to an exciting 1982 World Drivers' Championship
The Caesar's Palace Grand Prix
Keke Rosberg leads on points, but if he fails to score John Watson could take the championship by winning this race. Commentators MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
Producer JIM RESIDE
Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
starring Henry Fonda Vera Miles with Anthony Quayle
The nightmare of a man caught in the toils of blind justice is presented with Chilling reality in Hitchcock's true tale of mistaken identity.
Henry Fonda gave one of his finest screen performances as Manny Balestrero , a modest bass player. Making a routine visit to an insurance firm, he is identified by the staff as a man involved in a hold-up. On the strength of their accusations, he is arrested and a case of circumstantial evidence is constructed. Even his handwriting seems to prove him guilty.
Screenplay by HAXWELL ANDERSON and ANGUS MACPHAIL Based on a story by MAXWELL ANDERSON Directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK
. Films: page 13