25 Beyond the Eye
6.50 ' Miracles ' at Lourdes
7.15 A Question of Interpretation
7.40 Flight Failures
8.5 Electronic Design and Signals
8.30 Motion: Newton's Laws
8.55 Social Science: Levels of Meaning
9.20 Maths: Trigonometric Formulas
9.45 Open Forum: OU Studies Abroad
10.10 Engineering Mechanisms
10.35 After the Earthquake
11.0 Oceanography: Project FAMOUS
11.25 ABC in Kansas City: 2
11.50 Cell Structure
12.15 Landscape: Bodmin and Dorset
12.40 Ethology: Newts to Newborns
1.5 Instrumentation: Strain Gauging
1.30 Maths Methods: Complex Exponentials
England v Scotland Wales v Ireland
INIGEL STARMER-SMITH introduces highlights of yesterday's internationals. After a disappointing season for both sides, England play Scotland for the Calcutta Cup and probably this year's wooden spoon. Wales, after their heartening win over Scotland, take on Ireland, who, with wins over Scotland and France, have their sights on the Triple Crown and Grand Slam. Commentator in Twickenham
Commentator in Cardiff
BILL TAYLOR and DEWI GRIFFITHS Series producer nuw JONES
The Face in Art
A lively, lighthearted animated film on art, by SHEILA GRABER.
British Science -
On the Wrong Track?
Why, when Britain wins more Nobel prizes than almost anyone else, aren't our scientists providing industry with the flow of ideas needed to keep our factories in business and people in work?
The third of 15 programmes. Presented by Jonathan Miller
Until the present century vision was often regarded as a simple process - the eyes provide the brain with pictures of the outside world, and the brain just looks at them. We now know that visual perception is one of the most complicated functions that the human brain performs. Professor Richard Gregory , from the University of Bristol, shows how the study of illusions has demonstrated how much of what we see ' out there' is actually generated from within. Design-er COLIN LOWREY Production
PHILIP SPEIGHT , DAVID F. TURNBULL
The third of 13 programmes from Painswick House, Glos.
The US team have widened their lead to seven international match points. The British need to launch an attack this week if they're to stay well in contention. Presenter JEREMY JAMES
Commentator JEREMY FLINT bridge correspondent of The Times For the US: GAIL moss
JACQUI MITCHELL , NEIL SILVERMAN MATTHEW GRANOVETTER
For the UK: NICOLA GARDENER
PAT DAVIES , TONY PRIDAY CLAUDE RODRIGUE
Director LINDA MCCARTIIY
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Jan Leeming
Editor FRED ROLTUM
Presented by Brian Wldlake and Valerie Singleton
Every week The Money Programme features stories on business, finance, your money and other people's. Reporting in Britain and abroad, LUKE CASEY, NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON. Plus Money Maker on how to make the best of your savings; and Money Week, the week's financial news from the computer.
Producer DON HARLEY
Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor JOHN REYNOLDS
A viceroy that looks like a monarch; a worm that isn't; a beetle that flashes in code: what have they in common? They are all imposters.
Some impostors use disguise as a cloak of invisibility. Others imitate the motft colourful of animals. The variety of deceptions is vast: insects that look like plants and plants that look like insects; animals that deceive to get a meal and those that deceive to avoid becoming one. The story of animal impostors is one of the most remarkable in nature. Narrator Barry Patne
Produced by PEACE RIVER FILMS BBC presentation PAUL REDDISH
Series editors PETER JONES ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol
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with Moira Stuart ; Weather
A series of seven programmes celebrating the work and the ways of the Poet Laureate, Sir John Betjeman
Presented by Jonathan Stedall
4: Wendy's party in Willesden-Sunday in London - away to Cornwall and memories of childhood-church and churches - and a conversation With Anglican monk Harry Williams about religion and humour; and with composer Jim Parker about rhythm and rhyme.
With extracts from A Passion for Churches (1974), One Man's County: Cornwall (1964), Beauty in Trust (1959). and the film of John Betjeman 's verse autobiography-Summoned by Bells (1976).
Film editor ERICBROWN
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL
A comedy by STEPHEN DAVIS The fourth of five plays Live from Pebble Mill
Mambu, Baku and Obode live alone and trouble-free on their paradise island. Roger Savage, a young anthropologist, arrives on the island to dabble at his university thesis, bringing with him a couple of books, a few records and a mysterious luxury packing case. He tells them about an obscure anthropological theory, the Cargo Cult. Very soon they are in London, putting this odd idea into amazing practice.
Lighting BARRY HILL Sound MARK DECKER
Designer IAN ASHURST
Produced by ROBIN MIDGLEY
Directed by DONALD MCWHINNIE BBC Pebble Mill
from the beautiful Ailsa Course at Turnberry Hotel, Ayrshire.
Golfing superstars Lee Trevino and Severiano Ballesteros challenge for the Marley Trophy.
Lee Trevino , whose partner tonight is Match of the Day's Jimmy Hill , is looking for his first win in this series against Seve Ballesteros , who is joined by Ronnie Corbett.
PETER ALLISS commentates and talks with the players.
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer DAVID KENNING
The new Grand Prix season bursts into life next weekend in Rio de Janeiro and inevitably in this highly-charged sport, where teams talk in millions of dollars, there are already controversial talking points. There's banning of skirts, the new turbo-charged Lotus, coupled with the death of Colin Chapman, the introduction of new drivers and their new race venue. Through the eyes of reigning World Champion Keke Rosburg, the programme looks ahead to the 17-race season, its drivers, the tracks and the issues.
Reporter Murray Walker
starring Joanne Woodward Nell Potts , Roberta Wallach
Actor Paul Newman proved himself one of Hollywood's finest directors with this, his second film - a sensitive version of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play. His real-life wife, Joanne Woodward , plays the slatternly Beatrice Hunsdorffer , a woman deserted by her husband and desperately attempting to bring up her daughters with little money and diminishing hope. Their daughter, Nell, plays the gentle Matilda, whose experiments with marigolds win her a school prize in the film's powerful climactic scene.
Screenplay by ALVIN SARGENT
Based on the play by PAUL ZINDEL
Produced and directed by PAUL NEWMAN (First showing on British television) Films: page 7