6.25 Computing: Integer Programming
6.50 Electricity Tariffs
7.15 statistics: Sampling
7.40 Language Acquisition
8.5 Introduction to Calculus
8 55 Food Production Systems
9 20 An Ageing Population: Widowhood 9 45 The Passover Among Yemeni Jews
10.10 Maths: Complex Series
10.35 Education: Gifted Children
11.0 Special Needs in Education
11.25 No Regards for William Therefore
11.50 City Centre Development
12.40 William Tyndale
1.30 Computing at Scottish Gas
1.55 Curriculum in Action
2.20 Social Psychology
2.45 Modern Art: Futurism
Olivia de Havilland , Basil Rathbone Claude Rains, Alan Hale
Beginning a short season of films featuring one of the screen's most dashing heroes.
Warner Brothers' colourful excursion into Sherwood Forest gave Errol Flynn one of the most spectacular roles of his career. For his Maid Marian he has the lovely Olivia de Havilland and for his villainous rival Sir Guy-Basil Rathbone , a worthy duelling partner for the exciting climax.
Screenplay by NORMAN REILLY RAINE and SETON I. MILLER Producer HAL B. WALLIS
Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ. Films: p 16
(The Hollywood Greats-a profile of Errol Flynn , tonight at 10.15)
High Sheriff of Nottingham:
The Sun Alliance
Coverage of the second round from Royal St George's Golf Club.
The 14th of 15 programmes
Presented by Jonathan Miller
Although psychoanalysis is usually associated with the work of Sigmund Freud, a number of psychologists have found themselves in disagreement with certain aspects of Freudian theory, and have developed their own variant forms of analytic treatment. In this country the work of Melanle Klein who became convinced of the importance of experiences in the first year of life. has been particularly influential.
Dr Hanna Segal , an analyst who worked closely with Mrs Klein , explains the basis of Klein'ian analysis.
Designer COLIN LOWREY Production
CAVID F. TURNBULL, PHILIP SPEIGHT
Book (same title). 19.95 from booksellers
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Rumoured to be the ' hottest' ticket at Covent Garden since the Callas Tosca 20 years ago, the new Royal Opera House production of Manon Lescaut - Puccini's first and arguably most powerful masterpiece-features two of the world's operatic stars and a brilliant Italian conductor making his British operatic début. Humphrey Burton sets the scene for tonight's important opera relay.
Director HAZEL WRIGHT
A lyric drama in four acts by GIACOMO PUCCINI starring Kiri Te Kanawa, Placido Domingo and Thomas Allen.
BBC2 joins Radio 3 in stereo and the BBC World Service for a recording from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
ROYAL OPERA CHORUS
Chorus-master: JOHN MCCARTHY
ORCHESTRA OF THE ROYAL OPERA HOUSE
Leader: JOHN BROWN
Conductor: Giuseppe Sinopoli
Act 1: Amiens, a large square near the Paris Gate
Act 2: An elegant salon in Geronte's house, Paris.
Mr Sinopoli well shows why he has so quickly become one of the opera world's hottest properties. He actually is hot: he sets scores ablaze. (THE TIMES)
Producer GOTZ FRIEDRICH
Assistant producer WOLFGANG BOCKER
Scenery GUNTHER SCHNEIDER-SIEMSSEN
Costumes ALIUTE MECZIES
Lighting ROBERT BRYAN
The Hamburg State Opera has most generously allowed the Royal Opera House to use its production of Manon Lescaut.
Sung in Italian with English subtitles by GILLIAN WIDDICOMBE a
Lighting JOHN WILSON
Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Director Humphrey BURTON
Produced by BBCtv in association With COVENT GARDEN VIDEO PRODUCTIONS LTD
For the best effect, viewers with stereo R3 should turn off tv sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provideasuitablealternative
Staoe production sponsored by Citibank (Manon Lescaut continues at 9.20)
(Faust, a live relay from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, can be heard on Wednesday 15 June on Radio 3)
Chevalier des Grieux:
Geronte di Ravoir:
Sergeant of archers:
Sergeant of soldiers:
Sir John Betjeman 's imagination let loose on the subject of Sunday in London. Among the scenes he surveys are the parks, demos, the Natural History Museum, Church and, of course, the weather. Across the soaking acres of the grass,
Over wet pavements and by dripping boughs
We pilgrims plod to the last shrine of all,
The best attended and the most revered,
The sacred altar of the Sunday press.
What's in? What's out? What's on? We ought to know
For if we don't we won't be thought informed.
Willingly we make offerings at the shrine.
Film editor EDWARD ROBERTS Producer JONATHAN STEDALL
Act 3: Le Havre
Act 4: A desert near New Orleans
1922 and 1933 The first of four programmes celebrating the 30th anniversary of the conquest of Mount Everest.
Introduced by the pioneer Antarctic explorer, Duncan Carse
' Mount Everest is great and beautiful. Marvellously built; majestic, terrible.' So wrote one of the first climbers to stand beneath the peak of the highest mountain in the world. These early pioneers were to get within 1,700 feet of the summit and return with a classic film of early mountaineering, but Everest remained inviolate for another 11 years, and success when it came, was limited to the air.
Wings Over Everest (1933) tells the amazing story of that perilous pioneering flight just 50 years ago.
As the aircraft approached Everest, ' the crest came up to meet us ... I wondered whether the tail skid would strike the summit ... but we cleared it by just a hairs breadth ...' Then, for the first time man looked down on the roof of the world.
Original filming CAPTAIN JOHN NOEL ands. R. BONNETT. Film editors
KEN BERRY , GEOFFREY BOTTERILL
Producer RICHARD ROBINSON
ANTHONY ISAACS and PETER JONES
(A World About Us programme. The Conquest of Everest. tomorrow BBC1. 5.15)
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick present coverage of the day's developments in the Election Campaign, a review of how the papers have covered the previous week and special reports from Newsnight's team of reporters with the politicians around the country.
PETER BELL. TONY HALL and DAVE STANfORB Directors
MIKE CATHERWOOD and JOHN WILKINSON Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor DAVID LLOYD
Guillaume des Forets
On a summer night by the Seine, Jacques, a solitary young man, sees a girl about to commit suicide. His approach makes her change her mind and a shy, tenuous relationship begins.
Robert Bresson 's screen version of Dostoevsky's White Nights is set in contemporary Paris. Hailed as a masterpiece in 1971, it was not released in this country for eight years.
Written and directed by ROBERT BRESSON
A French film with EngMSh subtitles (first showing on British television) films: page 16
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