S.25 Species and Evolution
6.50 Classical Greece: Land and Sea
7.15 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure
7.40 The Power of Speech
8.5 It's a Matter of Opinion
8.30 Why Interdisciplinary Studies?
8.55 Dome is What You Make It
9.20 Kepler's War
9.45 Women Speaking, Part 2
10.10 Parents and Teenagers: Getting Close
10.35 Title to the Earth
11.0 Governing Schools: The Community
11.25 The MacKenzie Story
11.50 Queue Here for the Wilderness
12.15 One-Stop Shopping
12.40 Management at Priory School
1.5 Maths: Maps
1.30 Database: Information Systems
1.55 Body and Mind
2.20 Decision-Making: The Falklands
2.45 Modern Art: Courbet
starring Jeanne Crain
Dana Andrews , David Farrar.
Perry Henderson is insured for two million dollars, so when he is mysteriously drowned in Africa, investigator Scott Walters smells a rat. His suspicions are further aroused when Henderson's fiancée Marian suddenly leaves London for Africa and, despite increasing danger to his own life, Scott follows her into the African jungle.
Screenplay by SAM MARX , T. J. MORRISON Produced by MARCEL HELLMAN
Directed by GEORGE MARSHALL , Films: p 15 and at 5.0
The Black Knight starring
Alan Ladd , Patricia Medina
When his master's castle is plundered and the inhabitants murdered, John, an armourer, vows revenge on King Mark and the Saracens. He learns how to fight from King Arthur's most skilled swordsman, forges his weapons and armour-and sets out as the' Black Knight'.
Screenplay by ALEC COPPEL Produced by IRVING ALLEN and ALBERT R. BROCCOLI Directed by TAY GARNETT
Perry Henderson/Arthur Henderson:
Earl of Yeonil:
Bringing together BBC2's Old Grey Whistle Test and Radio l's In Concert for a regular run of tv rock concerts with stereo sound. The Thompson Twins on stage at the Regal Theatre, Hitchin.
Introduced by Steve Blacknell
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
For the best effect, viewers with stereo Radio 1 should turn oB tv sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones are an alternative.
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Fred Emery , with two guest questioners from Fleet Street, goes behind the headlines to cross-examine the men and women whose decisions influence our lives.
Director JAN FAIRER
Producer JANINE THOMASON
Executive producer PETER KENYATTA
In the last of four programmes the ambitious Colonel Maurice Willoughby takes on Stirling Moss at lawn-mower racing, the Hon Mrs Janet Kidd at carriage driving, and Bill Love at bus driving. For an encore he makes a solo flight in a glider.
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
A gala concert in aid of the Edward Boyle Memorial Trust, in the presence of Their Royal Highnesses
The Duke and Duchess of Kent with Amadeus String Quartet
Murray Perahia , Vanya Milanova Kathryn Stott and Dame Janet Baker who also introduces the programme...
Directed by JOHN VERNON
(Given ut the Royal Opera House. Covent Garden, and sponsored by Harveys of Bristol)
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
(A Week's Holiday)
Starring Nathalie Baye , Michel Galabru
A season of films selected for the big international film festivals begins tonight with the official French entry to Cannes in 1980. One morning, on her way to the school in Lyons where she teaches, Laurence admits to herself that she desperately needs a break.
During the week she spends at home she questions her commitment to teaching and her relationship with her lover, but a chance meeting with the father of one of her pupils gives Laurence a new sort of strength and confidence.
Screenplay by BERTRAND TAVERNIER
MARIE-FRANCOISE HANS , COLO TAVERNIER Produced by ALAIN SARDE , BERTRAND TAVERNIER Directed by BERTRAND TAVERNIER
A French film with English subtitles (First showing on British television) Films: page 15