Ima Diffraction in Action
6.50 Guernica: The Making of a Myth
7.15 All Change for System X
7.40 BART 3: Systems Engineering
8.5 Introducing Electronics
8.30 Equilibrium Rules. OK?
9.20 Maths: Catastrophe Theory t.45 OUSA lecture: Con Broadcasting Educatef given by donald gbattan , BBC Controller Educational Broadcasting.
10.10 Forces in an Engine
10.35 Lavas of Etna
11.0 Oceanography: The Tay Estuary
11.25 Control of Technology
11.50 Biology: Insect Hormones
12.15 Geology of the Alps: 1
12.40 The Nervous System
1.30 Maths Methods: Newton's Third Law
Introduced by David Icke
International Athletics from Birmingham GB v USSR
Britain's men and women face a daunting task against the country Which, in World Championship year, is anxious to regain its position as the most powerful athletics nation on earth. The meeting includes this season's running of the Emsley Carr mile. Commentators
DAVID COLEMAN , RON PICKERING STUART STOREY , BRENDAN FOSTER
Organised by the British Amateur Athletics Board in association with Medathlon
The John Player League
The fifth week of the championship which this season carries a first prize of £13,000. Sussex are the holders, but no county has successfully defended the title since Kent in 1973. Commentators jim LAKER
International Tennis from Paris
The French Open Championships The Men's Singles Final
Last year's surprise, unseeded, and very popular winner, MATS wilander, faces the strongest possible opposition from the three top-ranked players in the world, JOHN MCENROE , IVAN LENDL and JIMMY CONNORS. But it is 37 years since a Frenchman won the Roland Garros crown, and the partisan home crowd would dearly love the inform YANNICK NOAH to do well. Commentators
DAN MASKELL , MARK COX
• The aboue timings indicate only the first of several transmissions: Television presentation:
Athletics JOHN SHREWSBURY Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Tennis French TELEVISION service Studio director DOUG hammono Assistant editor Grandstand JOHN ROWLINSOM
Producer Grondstand MARTIN hopkins Editor Grandstand MUtE muriphy
Harry Carpenter 's Videobook of Sport, Vol 1, bbcv 5011; Book, Play Tennis,
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olus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Jan Leemlng
Everest Anniversary Series: celebrating the 30th anniversary of the conquest of Mount Everest, and telling the story of Man and Mountain.
Sir Edmund Hillary returns to the mountains and people of Everest. For ever since he successfully climbed the world's highest peak Sir Edmund has wanted to repay a debt.... Without the Sherpas' help he felt that his herculean task would never have been achieved. So 30 years ago he asked his Himalayan friends what he could do for them. They all replied... 'a school for our children'. One school turned into 20, as well as hospitals, health clinics, air strips...
To help the Sherpas turn their hopes into reality, Hillary has now returned to Everest some 45 times.
This film, set in a country of great beauty and taken during Hillary's most recent visit, shows the conqueror of Everest at peace with the mountain and its people.
Narrated by Harold Williamson
Presented for the BBC by VIVIANA WOODRUFF
Series editors anthony Isaacs and PETER JONES.
A World About Us programme
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Eight films in which Robert Hughes looks at the past 100 years through the lens of its art. 4: Trouble in Utopia
One of the chief impulses of modernism was the desire to remake the world, to create an ideal architecture and an ideal art to promote the cause of an ideal society. A great deal of architectural thought is based on the idea that buildings can improve the thought and behaviour of the people who live in them. This proved to be a lost hope.
This film, shot on location in France, Germany, Brazil, New York and Chicago, includes unique archival material of Mies Van Der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius and a specially filmed interview with Philip Johnson
Series producer LORNA pigrau
Produced by ROBIN LOUGH
British Motorcycle Grand Prix 1979 When the best in Britain is matched against the best from America, the audience anticipates a feast of skill and excitement. So was the scene set as BARRY SHEENE made ready to meet KENNY ROBERTS.
The world-renowned Welsh tenor in a programme of popular songs. ballads and operatic arias. His guest this evening is Rosalind Plowright
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra leader DESMOND BRADLEY conducted by Robin Stapleton accompanist John Constable
Lighting TONY ESCOTT Sound HARRY THOMAS
Designer GERALD MURPHY
Producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS
Director ANDREW quick . BBC Wales
(Stuart Burrows takes part in the first concert o/ the International Festival of Light Music next Saturday on Radio 2)
by R. F. DELDERFIELD
Winner of the Broadcasting Press Guild Television Award for the Best Serial.
Dramatised in 13 parts by ANDREW DAVIES , starring
John Duttine , Frank Middlemass Alan MacNaughtan
9: Carter, very unsettled at the school, makes an important decision. David, while attending a political meeting, is introduced to Christine Forster.
Cast in order of appearance:
Music composed by IŒNYONWRYS.ROBERTS Producer KEN riddington Director PETER jefferies
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* Subtitles on Ceelaz page 270
Sir Rufus Creighton:
JOHN TUSA and DONALD MACCORMICK present a weekly assessment Of the campaign so far. PETER SNOW analyses the opinion polls and what they reveal about the shifts of opinion on the politicians and the issues that will decide the campaign.
Editor DAVID LLOYD
The Formula One
The Detroit Grand Prix
After four races in Europe the Grand Prix teams return to America and the street circuit of Detroit After driving to first place in Belgium two weeks ago, alain PROST now leads the Drivers Championship and many people believe Renault could clinch the title this year. The 28-year-old Frenchman finished third in the 1982 Detroit race behind JOHN WATSON 'S Mc-Laren and DIDIER pironi 's Ferrari. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
Television presentation by cas Producer ROGER MOODY