6.25 Control Systems
6.50 Interdependence and Oil
7.15 Talking to Children
7.40 Bronze Casting
8.5 Symbols and Equations
8.30Using Public Libraries
8.55 Designing with Models
9.20 Paris: Imperial City
9.45 Statistics: Patterns in Data
10.10 Interviewing Technique
10.35 Helping 1W
11.0 Creating the System
11.25 A Question of Colour
12.15 Introduction to the Organ
1.5 Maths: Ideas of Space
1.30 Maths Across the Curriculum
1.55 Curriculum in Action
2.20 Psychosexual Differences 1
starring Ronald Reagan
Patricia Neal , Richard Todd
Stationed in Burma, Cpl Lachlan McLachlan is unlucky enough to be wounded on the last day of the war. After an operation he is convinced that he is well again -but, in fact, he has only weeks to live. His fellow soldiers are assigned the task of helping ' Lachie ' through his last weeks, a task made difficult by his terse and unfriendly nature. In this moving drama that made the young Richard Todd a star, Ronald Reagan made his only appearance in a British film.
Screenplay by RANALD MACDOUGALL from the play by john PATRICK
Produced, directed by VINCENT SIIERMAN (Block and white) Films: page 11
A New Frontier
Patrick Moore talks about the infra-red astronomical satellite launched two weeks ago.
in The Immigrant
Charlie emigrates to the land of the free only to find that food still has to be paid for. With EDNA PURVIANCE
The Wagner Centenary
To mark the centenary of Wagner's death (13 February 1883) BBC2 presents GÃTZ FRIEDRICH'S production of Wagner's great human comedy, recorded at the Swedish Royal Opera House, Stockholm.
Wagner told his patron Ludwig II that this opera would be different from his other works, 'entirely new ... it all sings - sings tenderly, merrily, cheekily, comically - but sings!'
CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA OF THE ROYAL OPERA, STOCKHOLM
Conducted by Berlslav Klobucar
Introduced by HUMPHREY BURTON
Act 1: St Catherine's Church, Nuremberg, in the middle of the 16th-century - Midsummer's Eve.
Sung in German with English subtitles
Designer GONTHER SCHNEIDER-SIEMSSEN
Costumes ALlurE MECZIES
Directed for SWEDISH TELEVISION by THOMAS OLOFSSON
(Act 2 will be shown at 8.10 pm)
Hans Sachs, cobbler and poet:
Walther von Stolzing, a young knight:
David, Sachs's apprentice:
Eva, Pogner's daughter:
Magdalena, Eva's nurse:
The Mastersingers: Veit Pogner:
The Mastersingers: Kunz Vogelgesang:
The Mastersingers: Konrad Nachtigall:
The Mastersingers: Sixtus Beckmesser:
The Mastersingers: Fritz Kothner:
The Mastersingers: Balthasar Zorn:
The Mastersingers: Ulrich Eisslinger:
The Mastersingers: Augustin Moser:
The Mastersingers: Hermann Ortel:
The Mastersingers: Hans Schwartz:
The Mastersingers: Hans Foltz:
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
' It's a thousand pities that duelling is now illegal; it made people so much more polite,' said 69-year-old Col Maurice Willoughby , hurling himself at the fencing master of the London Fencing School. Other frustrations are worked out by pounding his kendo instructor over the head with a bamboo sword, demolishing a building with an iron ball, and ice dancing rather badly with a pretty girl.
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
Act 2: The street in front of Sachs's and Pogner's houses -later the same day.
(Act 3 will be shown at 9.25 pm)
A Land for All Seasons .
' While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night, shallot cease.' (GENESIS)
Act 3, Scene 1: Sachs's workshop - the following morning.
Scene 2: A meadow on the banks of the Pegnitz near Nuremberg - later that day, when Eva Pogner , the goldsmith's daughter (seen here in the original costume design, 1868) will be given away as bride to the winner - either Beckmesser or Walther - in the Mastersingers' annual song competition.
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
World Indoor Bowls Championship from the Coatbridge Indoor Bowling Club
DOUGIE DONNELLY introduces highlights of today's second semi-final. Commentators DAVID BRYANT
DAVID RHYS JONES, GRAHAM HOWARD