A second series of 12 programmes 1: Volumes (I)
Even simple shapes like the sphere and cone can be deceptive. But once you've chosen a unit and begun to tackle volumes systematically, the sphere, the cone and the more familiar cylinder turn out to be surprisingly related.
Presented by LAURIE BUXTON (Inner London Education Authority)
Director PATRICK TITLEY ProducerROBERT CLAMP
Yul Brynner , Gina Lollobrigida
A spectacular epic production of the conflict between the Egyptians and the Israelites, with Yul Bryn ner as Solomon and Gina Lollo brigida as the queen who is convinced that feminine charms are stronger than military might.
Screenplay by ANTHONY VEILLER PAUL DUDLEY and GEORGE BRUCE
Based on a story by CRANE WILCUR Produced by TED RICHMOND
Directed by KING VIDOR . Filims: page 15
The- music, art and style of 83 from Riverside Studios, Hammersmith.
This week, interview and performance from actor: playwright, directtor Steven Berkoff, Dance from
Mantis and music from; Barnsley band The Danse Society
Executive producerMICHAEL APPLETON DirectorDAVID O CROSS ProducerJOHN BURREWES
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Narratedby RICHARD DIMBLEBY
Join Leo Sayer and his guests in the second programme of his new series.
The Treorchy Male Voice Choir and special guest
Suzanne Dando '
Choreography ARLENE PHILLIPS Script associate JOHN JUNKIN
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST Musical associate JOHN MEALING Backing vocals TONY RIVERS STU CALVES. JOHN PERRY
Costume designer DORINDA REA, Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting BILL MILLAR Designer KENNETH SHARP
Produced and directed by STANLEY APPEL
The Treorchy Male Voice
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BBC2 Snooker Championship
The fifth frame in the series of 15 programmes for the,1983 Pot Black Trophy. "
Featuring in Group 1 Steve Davis (London) the defending Pot Black Champion against Kirk Stevens (Canada)
The second game for both players in the qualifying round. They last met in Pot Black two years ago when Davis was the winner. Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee JOHN WILLIAMS Commentator TED LOWE
Director JOHN G. SMITH Producer REG PERRIN BBC Pebble Mill
Last October at CERN'S giant particle accelerator near Geneva, switches were thrown, buttons pressed and, at speeds close to the speed of light, beams of matter and anti-matter were smashed into violent collision. The hunt was on for two new and unimaginably short-lived subatomic particles which, if found, would take physicists a huge step forward towards their ultimate dream - to unite all the forces of nature in a single framework.
It was the culmination of four years' intensive effort, four years in which BBC cameras have followed the international team of scientists as they pioneered and perfected new equipment and techniques, argued theory in homes and laboratories, and struggled with experiments at the limits of modern technology. Now, with the first results just emerging, "Horizon" reports on the build-up and climax, the frustrations and triumphs of one of the momentous - and expensive - experiments in modern science.
A BBC/Open University production
Who are the Palestinians?
Leila Mantoura was born in Jerusalem in 1927, youngest child of a Christian Arab doctor and his wife. Palestine was the family's home, and they saw no reason to abandon it. But since 1948 Leila has lived in exile, first in Lebanon, now in London. What happened to her? And has she discarded her Palestinian identity?
Videotape editor IAN LOW , Producer.JENNY MORGAN
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