6.25 Evolution of Fishes
6 50 The Acropolis of Athens 7 li Language Development
740 Language In Use: Hospital Realities
8.5 Landing an Aircraft
8.30 Argument on Television: 2 8 55 Combined Heat and Power
9.20 Inquiry: Colour 9 45 Testing Infants
10 10 Wolverton for Pride: Analysis
10.35 The God that Rules
11.0 Computer Program ' Popeye
\11.25 Handicapped in the Community
11:50 Complex Human Ecosystems: 1
12.15 The Gamble of Investment?
12.40 Let There Be Music
1.5 Maths: Functions
1 30 Computer Systems: Design
1 55 Dickens and Popular Imagery
2.20 Other People's Children
2.45 Modern Art: Cezanne
Cary Grant , Leslie Caron with Trevor Howard
'Mother Goose' is the unlikely code for Cary Grant, playing a South Seas beachcomber who is pressed into service as a military observer during World War II. But when Leslie Caron, as a French schoolteacher, turns up with a troop of schoolgirls in the midst of Japanese bombing, Cary becomes ' Father Goose' as well, and the stage is set for comedy all the way.
ScreenplayPETER STONE ,FRANK TARLOFF Based on a story by s. H. barnett Directed by RALPH NELSON
Produced by ROBERT ARTHUR . Films: page 9
from Painswick House, Glos
The British team are grimly defending their narrow lead over the US team in this international bridge tournament.
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 MCCARTHY
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
World Professional Championship from The Crucible Theatre,
Sheffield Cliff Thorburn, Terry Griffiths, Bill Werbeniuk and David Taylor were seeded to play second-round matches this afternoon. David Vine introduces coverage together with news of what happened earlier.
The ninth of 15 programmes Presented by Jonathan Miller
The most publicised work in understanding human social behaviour in recent years has been the ' naked ape' approach which attempts to explain our dealings with each other in terms of how animals behave in groups. Rom Harre, Fellow of Linacre College, Oxford, takes a different view and stresses the more distinctively human aspects of our social lives.
Designer COLIN LOWREY. Production DAVID F. TURNBULL , PIIILIP SPEIGHT
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
This series ends tonight with Alfred Brendel taking a masterclass at the Jerusalem Music Centre on a late sonata by Beethoven, the Sonata in E, Op 109. The young pianist is Sara Yanovsky. Brendel, known especially for his playing of Beethoven and Schubert, closes with a performance of the Andante from the Sonata in A (D 664) by Schubert.
A Jerusalem Music Centre production in association with BBCtv
Producer RODNEY GREENBERG
The AIB Ulster Challenge Cup
Final Collegians v City of Derry
Collegians are one of the most consistent sides in Ulster. In the last few years they have been in two league finals and one cup final, but always on the losing side. City of Derry are the surprise package of the competition. One of the oldest clubs in the Province, this is their first appearance in the Final.
Commentator NIGEL starmer-smith
Producer MATT CARRUTH
Series producer HUW JONES
A series in six parts by John Fortune
Musical direction and orchestration:
Mr Justice Thomas:
Man in waiting room:
starring Nestor Pipia Rezo Tsarchalachvili
A group of young musicians spend the summer in a Georgian village, rehearsing, rambling in the countryside or playing chess and charades when it rains. The village children are fascinated by these exotic visitors; their elders go about their business in the fields, quarrel over a new window and sink their differences at a gargantuan feast.
Otar Iosseliani 's previously banned film is composed like a symphony. The two themes meet and part in a lyrical landscape, making this gentle, uneventful story a rich experience of image and sound.
Screenplay by Rrzo ikinichvili
OTAR MECHRICIIVIL 'I and OTAR IOSSELlANI
Directed by OTAn IOSSELIANI. A Georgian/ Uingrelian film with English subtitles (finst showing on British television) Films: page 9
World Professional Championship from The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield tjouit; uharlton and JOHN SPENCER , together with dennis TAYLOR and STEVE davis , should be crossing cues in this evening's second-round matches.DAVID VINE introduces coverage from both contests as the championship moves into its second week.
Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CLIVE EVERTON
Producers KEITH PHILLIPS BILL TAYLOR , MIKE ADLEY
PETER HAMILTON , KEITII MACKENZIE Executive producer NICK HUNTER
Book, Pot Black, the new 1983 edition of the BBC book of snooker, £2.25; a BBC rideobool:. The People's Champion (ubcv 5017), available from retailers