6.25 Evolution: Origins
6.50 The Agora of Athens
7.15 Language Development 7140 Resources in Sound
8.5 Unemployment in the 30s
8.30 Writing History
8.55 Seeing Through Drawings
9.20 Miracles' at Lourdes
9.45 Score Reading
10.10 Living Statistics
10.35 17th-century Great Houses
11.25 Handicapped in the Community
11.50 Ontario: Land Use
12.15 The Moonles
12.40 Ayer at Eton
1.5 Maths: Isomorphisms
1.30 Who Needs Maths,
1.55 Mansfield Park: Improvement
2.20 Elections and the People 2,45 Modern Art: Manet
Frank Randle , Diana Dors
Private ' Homicide ' Randle has a soft spot for a corporal in this army farce. Not surprising, since Cpl Paula Clements comes in the form of Diana Dors ! Unfortunately, a lecherous NCO has designs on the curvaceous corporal. Randle, probably Lancashire's most famous music-hall star, is in characteristic mood as the troublesome soldier in an army more fanciful than real.
Screenplay by H. F. MALTRY. FRANK RANDLE Produced and directed by JOHN E. BLAKELEY and at 4.55
It's Great to be Young starring
John Mills , Cecil Parker
Music, mutiny and midsummer madness are the ingredients in this good-natured comedy set in a school. When their popular teacher, Mr Dingle , is sacked, the boys and girls rebel and barricade themselves in the gym-but luckily all ends happily. The school orchestra features prominently in the story and if their talents seem remarkable then perhaps Humphrey Lyttelton and his band should share in the honours.
Screenplay by TED WILLIS
Produced by VICTOR SKUTEZKY Directed by CYRIL FRANKEL Films: page 7
Cpl Paula Clements:
Pte Philip Green:
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. This week Level 42 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 off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones are an alternative.
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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 PETERKENYATTA
A concert from the Concert Hall of Hessischer Rundfunk in Frankfurt-am-Main, by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, leader FELIX KOK, under its conductor Simon Rattle.
In October last year Simon Rattle and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra made a European tour. They visited Birmingham's 'twin city', Frankfurt-am-Main, where Hessischer Rundfunk televised the complete concert. Each item in this shortened version is introduced by Simon Rattle.
Stravinsky Apollo; Symphonies of wind instruments
Rachmaninov Symphonic dances
Executive producer JOHN VERNON Directed by BARRIE GAVIN
(Simon Rattle conducts the CBSO on Radio 3, Tuesday 7.30 pm)
Ludovic Kennedy investigates one man's involvement in the Cambridge spy network - a scandal which shocked the British establishment. Michael Straight, son of a wealthy and distinguished American family, was an active Communist during his student days at Cambridge in the 1930s. He was a leading member of the Apostles, a secret society popular among left-wing homosexuals. His colleagues included Guy Burgess, who later defected to Russia, and Anthony Blunt, who ordered Straight to feign a mental breakdown and return to America as a Kremlin agent.
'They have instructed me to tell you that this is what you must do,' said Blunt. For 26 years Michael Straight agonised over whether or not to expose his Cambridge friends whom he knew to be spies for Russia. Eventually, in 1963, he revealed all to the FBI, forcing the then Sir Anthony Blunt, Surveyor of the Queen's Pictures, to admit finally to his treachery. But did Straight betray his country and ours? Why did he delay the exposure of Burgess? And are there any more traitors to unmask?
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Starring Isabelle Huppert, Yves Beneyton
Claude Goretta's warm, sensitive picture of two people longing to love each other but unable to cross their own barriers, was shown at the Cannes, New York and Sorrento film festivals.
Pomme, 18 years old, a hairdresser's apprentice in Paris, has never seen the sea. Persuaded into a holiday in Normandy by her man-hunting friend, Marylene, Pomme is soon left on her own - which is how she meets Francois and embarks on a holiday romance that is to change her life.
Films: page 7
(A French film with English subtitles)
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