6.2S Imaging the Eye
6.50 Graphs, Networks and Design
7.40 Nitrogen Fixation: 2
8.5 The Histocompatibility Complex
8.30 Standing Waves and Energy Levels
8.55 Common Sense and Social Science
9.20 Maths: Modelling. Pollution
9.45 Brake Testing
10.10 Metal Finishing
10.35 Early Earth Evolution
11.0 Biology: Form and Function
11.25 Computing: Social Implications
11.50 Oceanography: A Look Ahead
12.15 Maths: Complex Analysis
12.40 Physiology: Circadian Rhythms, 2
1.5 Geologist on the Moon
1.30 Diamonds in the Sky
South and South Western Counties v The Fijians
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH introduces the sixth match of the Fijian tour from Redruth. Plus news and highlights of the weekend's rugby.
Series producer ruw JONES
Presented by Jeremy James from Hamburg, West Germany Round 1
Three weeks ago eight top players gathered for the first World Cup Chess tournament: from the USSR, World Champion ANATOLY KARPOV and former World Champion BORIS SPASSKY ; plus champions from North America, Asia, North Africa and West Europe. The first of the Round 1 games: Boris Spassky (USSR) v
Jan Timman (Netherlands)
The players provide their own commentary to critical moves with further expert analysis by WILLIAM HARTSTON.
Designer JOHN BONE. Director JILL DAWSON Producer ROBERT TONER
List o/ moves on Ceefax page 209
starring Warren William
Joan Blondell , Aline MacMahon Dick Powell , Ginger Rogers
With its racy dialogue, revealing costumes and eye-opening production numbers staged by Busby Berkeley, this Warner Brothers' spectacular epitomised the Hollywood musical of the 30s. But against the showbiz background is the economic hardship and unemployment of the depression.
ERWIN GELSEY. JAMES SEYMOUR Based on a play by AVERY HOPWOOD
Six Hundred Years Later
This year Winchester celebrated its 600th birthday. Founded by William of Wykeham in 1382, it is the oldest public school in the country. The pages of Who's Who have never lacked for Old Wykehamists - politicians, adventurers, soldiers, countless judges, High Commissioners and top civil servants.
James Hogg tells the story of the College and of that elusive character of fact and fiction ... the Wykehamist.
Film editor BARRIE JOHNSTON Producer JOHN COLEMAN
at The Place
Introduced by John Craven
The first of four programmes this week in which young people air their views about topics and issues that matter to them.
Taking part are over 100 teenagers from schools all over the country. They were invited to meet for a few days at The Place, a theatre in London, to speak their minds and exchange opinions with each other and their special guests. Today: Censorship and Videos with Mary Whitehouse , President of the National Viewers' and Listeners' Association and Norman Abbott , Chief Executive of the British Videogram Association.
Director ALAN RUSSELL Producer ERIC ROWAN
(Part 2 on Tuesday at 5.40)
The week's news plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Jan Leeming
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton
With PAIL BARRY, NICK CLARKE and LUKE CASEY
Featuring this week
Trouble at T'Mill: the battle for control of Illingworth Morris , the world's largest wool-textile company, has raged from West Yorkshire to the White House and on to Beverly Hills. But a bitter family feud lasting eight years still leaves the fate of the company hanging in the balance. At the heart of it all is Pamela Mason , Hollywood talk-show hostess and former wife of James Mason. At stake is the future of 5,000 workers and a large slice of British industrial history.
Mark Rogerson reports.
Plus Moneymaker on how to get the best out of your savings.
Producer PETER GILLBE
Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor JOHN REYNOLDS
Ribbon of Life: One Man's Reef
'A lad from Liverpool with a passion for getting into salt water' is one way of describing marine biologist Alastair Birtles. With 2,000'dives on coral reefs around the world to his credit, he is the ideal guide for an exploration of Australia's living undersea wonderland, the Great Barrier Reef. This submarine mountain seethes with a diversity of colourful creatures whose lives intriguingly interweave: a tiny crab imprisoned for life in living coral; an ' upside-down ' jelly-fish; undersea parrots that can build a beach; the trigger fish with its enormous nest; the cleaners, the sleepers, the grazers and hunters, moving by day or night, often mystify but never fail to delight.
Produced for the Australian Broadcasting Commission by DIONE GILMOUR
Series editors PETER JONES. ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
In a rare television appearance the great virtuoso pianist Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli performs Ravel's Piano Concerto in G, with the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sergiu Celibidache. Introduced by ROBIN RAY
Film recordist STAN NIGHTINGALE Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Film editor CHARLES CHABOT Produced by CYRIL FRANKEL Directed by robin LOUGH
A Horizon special
On 4 October 1957 the space age began as Russia sent Sputnik 1 blasting into orbit to become the world's first artificial satellite.
Twenty-five years later, more than a hundred people have ventured into space. Twelve Americans have walked on the moon, a Russian has spent a year away from earth and a derelict robot probe is speeding towards the stars.
To celebrate the anniversary of Sputnik's launch, tonight's programme recalls the highlights of the space age and reviews the story of space exploration through the words, music and spectacular pictures of the past 25 years.
Videotape editor chris BOOTH Film editor ROY SHARMAN Produced by MAX WHITBY Editor GRAHAM MASSEY
(A new series of Horizon begins next Monday)
Four programmes about the pioneering days of television outside broadcasts, narrated by John Craven
2: A Grandstand View
Sport was what many people with television sets most wanted to see, but in the 40s and 50s the broadcasters found three main obstacles to providing it: the technical shortcomings of early cameras and other equipment; defining the role of the commentator; and the refusal of many sports promoters to allow the televising of their events.
This programme tells how these problems were solved and how, with the coming of commercial TV in the mid-50s, the BBC's outside broadcast coverage of sport played an important part in the new competition for viewers.
Film editor HEATHER SMALL Director MICHAEL PARKER Producer MARTIN L. BELL
(Part 3; tomorrow at 10.29 pm)
Laurence Olivier , Alan Bates and The National Theatre Company
Laurence Olivier has opened up his classic production of Chekhov's play, first seen on the London stage in 1967, adding two fantasy sequences for this screen version. Set in a provincial town almost a thousand miles from Moscow, at the turn of the century, the drama revolves round the sisters' wish to return to Moscow following the death of their father. The inability to control their own destinies and romantic attachments to army officers at the local battery, become serious obstacles to the plan.
Produced by JOHN GOLDSTONE Directed by LAURENCE OLIVIER
(First showing on British television) Films: page 18