6.5 Modern Art: Artists' Techniques. 6.30 Going to Sea. 6.55 Insect Diversity. 7.20 Measuring the Earth and the Moon. 7.45 Potsdam 1: the Meeting.
Story: Mr Pattelli 's Shop Written bv ANN REAY Presenters
Carol Chell , lain Lauchlan
In the first of two educational autobiographies, Richard Hoggart , the educationalist and literary critic, retraces his personal education experiences from working boyhood through to university; and discusses these influences on his intellectual development in the form of a personal narrative.
Producer RICHARD ARGENT
A A BBCV/Qpen University production
Chapter 7: The Fugitive
Zorro suspects a local mine official of being Don del Oro and unmasks him before the council. The suspect escapes with Zorro in full pursuit but his valiant chase ends ih disaster....
(Black and white)
(For cast see tomorrow at 5.40 pm)
The second of six programmes by HELEN CRESSWELL
Dramatised by JAMES ANDREW HALL The Bagthorpes have started a phase of entering for all sorts of competitions - with some hilarious results. Jack's visions are beginning to astound the family-then Uncle Parker arrives with quite the most surprising news. Ordinary Jack: 2
The Bagthorpes: *
Music by ALAN ROPER
Executive producer ANNA home Director PAUL STONE
J E Fern:
Zero, the dog:
The story of a warm-hearted family of pioneer stock - surviving the Depression years of the 30s, and facing the war years of the 40s.
[Starring] Jon Walmsley as Jason, Judy Norton-Taylor as Mary Ellen, Mary Beth McDonough as Erin, Eric Scott as Ben, David W. Harper as Jim-Bob, Kami Cotler as Elizabeth, Joe Conley as Ike Godsey, Ronnie Claire Edwards as Corabeth Godsey, Earl Hamner as the narrator
Co-starring Peggy Rea as Rose, Mary Jackson as Emily Baldwin, Helen Kleeb as Mamie Baldwin, Ronnie Claire Edwards as Orma Lee
Corabeth and, her sister Orma Lee have never seen eye to eye and how there are family heirlooms to be shared.
Based on the autobiographical novel "Spencer's Mountain" by:
Ronnie Claire Edwards:
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Walter Pidgeon Anne Francis and the Robot
AD 2200 a space cruiser land seighthe planet
;"»lta4r-4, apparently inhabited onjy by Dr Morbius, his daughter and their faithful Servant Robby the Robot. Bu the planet has a secret which the mysterious Morbius is very reluctant to reveal ... Based loosely on Shakesepeare's The Tempest, this influential , classic hfe left its mark on many later SF films.
Screenplay by CYRILhbmi
Produced by NICHOLAS NAYFACK
Director FRED MGLEOD WILCOX. Films, p 15
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In honour of BBC2's Science Fiction Film Festival, tonight's programme includes extracts from the world's worst SF movies.
Director RON ISTED
Production CHRIS RILEY , GHAHAM LINDSAY Producer TOM GUTTERIDGE
(The next Russell Harty programme is on Thursday at 9.0 pm)
Widely regarded as one of the greatest literary figures of the century, William Burroughs has perfected a unique and terrifying vision of the world. He is, most notably, a savage satirist and a revolutionary stylist and his ideas and experiments with language have had effects far beyond the world of literature.
Born into a wealthy family in St Louis, Missouri, he abandoned his background for another kind of life - the central theme of his work comes from his experiences as a heroin addict and a homosexual outlaw.
Filmed over five years, tonight's programme is an intimate portrait of this elegant, witty and often shocking man.
The film features him reading from his own work, unique footage of his family and his son, William Burroughs Jr , his Beat Generation collaborators Allen Ginsberg and Brion Gysin , younger admirers Terry Southern, Frank Zappa , Laurie Anderson and the great painter Francis Bacon.
Film editors SCOTT VICKNEY , BEN MORRIS Producer ALAN YENTOB
Director HOWARD BROOKNER
Presenters JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK , with JOAN BAKEWELL and LINDA ALEXANDER
11.50 Introducing Combinatorics
What is graph theory and where can It be applied? It helps with the four-colour map problem, the construction of trucks. the building of pipelines, and studying helium - to name but a few.
12.15 It's a Matter of Opinion
Does punishment mark a child for life? Eminent psychologists Sigmund Freud and B. F. Skinner agree that it can. but fer different reasons.