6.5 Maths: Fourier Coefficients. 4.30 Modelling Stock Control. 6.55 Moving Muscles. 7.20 Pictures of Politics. 7.45 The Ombudsman.
9.15 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Verbindungen
9.32 Encounter: Spain
9.49 Descubra Espaiia
The 1983 Walker Cup
The final eight singles matches between Great Britain and Ireland and the USA
(An edited version of Tuesday's programme)
A BBC/Open University production
A chance to see again some of the concerts recorded at the Regal Theatre, Hitchin, and featured in the recent Sight and Sound In Concert series.
Today: Level 42
Produced and directed by MICHAEL APPLETON
with Nicky Croydon , Bob Goody Leni Harper , Billy Hartman and Trevor Laird
Who's your hero? Nicky has a few in this week's issue. Feel out of it at parties? - then try Billy's advice to Trevor -or try Bob's ideas on body talk - if you dare I
Musical director MICHAEL OMER Designer BRUCE MACADIE Director DAVID CRICHTON Producer JUDY WHITFIELD
with subtitles, followed by Weather
A series of programmes exploring the hobby of fish-keeping and the range of creatures that can be adopted successfully by the home aquarist.
Many tropical fish will breed successfully in the home aquarium if they are provided with the special environments they require. Narrator DEREK JONES
Assistant producer OLGA EDRIDGE
Producer BRENDA HORSPIELD
An information sheet is available free on receipt of a large (121n x 9in) sae from: [address removed]
at the National Film Theatre
British film-makers are currently enjoying new esteem. David Putt nam, producer of the award-winning Chariots of Fire, and Bill Forsyth , who recently made his name with the low-budget Gregory's Girl, are two of the people responsible for the improving image of British films. Recently they combined their talents to make Local Hero, but, as they tell Quentin Falk in tonight's Guardian Lecture, the British film industry needs more positive financial backing if it is to produce further triumphs.
Director TONY TYLEY
Producer ALLAN KASSELL
At the age of 8 Robin Cousins took his first tentative steps on ice at the Westover rink, Bourne-mouth. In tonight's programme he returns there after 16 years to star in the 'Robin Cousins Ice Gala ' where, working for the first time with choreographer BILL DRYSDALE , as he prepares new ice baillea, set to variations on Saint-Saens's The Swan With solo cello played by Julian Lloyd Webber
Narrated by MICHAEL TUDOR BARNES Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN Producer PETER BARTLETT
Presented by Henry Kelly and Susan Grossman , with drinks correspondent Jill Goolden
Top of the menu tonight: salad days are here again and in a major technological .breakthrough the British tomato is given the power to fight back3'gainst the peril of foreign reds. Director ROBERT TONER
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
Ade Edmondson , Rik Mayall
Nigel Planer , Christopher Ryan featuring with Madness and MARK ARDEN , JIM BARCLAY ,
RUTH BURNETT , JACQUELINE CLARKE ,
PAOLA DIONISOTTI , NICK DUNNING ,
STEPHEN FROST , PAUL GALE ,
PETER GREENE , ROGER ASHTON GRIFFITHS ,
PAULINE MELVILLE , PATRICK NEWELL ,
JOHN OWENS , ROBIN PARKINSON , KEN PARRY , DAVID RAPPAFORT
Written by LISE MAYER Jen'eLTO^RIK MAYALL. LISE MAYER
Additional material alexei SAYLE MUSiC PETER BREWIS
Director GEOFF POSNER
Producer PAUL JACKSON
the Balowski Family:
For King and Country?
In February 1933 the Oxford
Union, the University's student debating society, passed the celebrated motion 'that this house would in no circumstances fight for its King and Country'. The vote caused a storm of protest including a demand from some older members of the university that a second debate be organised to expunge the offending motion from the Union Minute Book. And subseauently certain politicians, including Winston Churchill, have argued that the debate convinced the dictators Hitler and Mussolini that Britain had no stomach for a war against them.
But is there any evidence to support such claims; and what did the young men who dreamed up and debated the motion really think it meant? Some of them now recall the events at Oxford exactly 50 years ago.
Narrator ANDREW faulds
Film editor SAXON logan
Producer Christopher COOK
Tell it to the Marines
Dramatised by TERRY TAPP Narrated by Jack Watson
' A night to remember'. That's what the corporal insists it's going to be. And that's just what it turns out to be for Martin, who does his best, though his heart's not in it. But the last straw comes when the corporal picks up a lonely widow and then gives her Martin's name instead of his own!
Photography MIKE WAGEN. SERGIO VERTIS Film editor ROD THOMAS
Produced and directed by JOHN KING
The 1983 Walker Cup
HARRY CARPENTER With highlights
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK present full coverage of the day's campaign developments, and examine the most important issues with leading politicians. VINCENT HANNA analyses the latest swings in voters' intuitions with the Newsnight 100, and LINDA ALEXANDER and JOAN BAKEWELL assess the rest of the day's news in Britain and around the world.
12.0 Holographil at Work
Movements of less than 50 millionths of a metre are revealed by laser interferometrv a technique used to investigate the tiny deflections on the surface of moving objects.
12.25 Decision-Making in Britain