6.25 Engineering: Root Locus
6.50 The Surrogate Market
7.15 Science: Quantum Theory
7.40 Admissions to the OU Explained
8.5 Calculus: Behaviour of FuncUons
8.30 The Ghent Altarplece
8.55 Something New Under the Sun?
9.20 Feature Films as Propaganda
9.45 The Greek Liturgy
10.10 Philosophy: Use Your Head
10.35 The Grand Inquisitor
11.0 Open Government
11.25 Bedford: A Pioneering College
11.50 Education: Who Holds the Purse?
12.15 Sociology: Caste and Class
12.40 The Standards Debate, Part 2
1.5 Pure Maths: Cycles
1.30 Computing in Community Health
1.55 Haydn: Motlvic Development
2.20 Man's Experience of the World
2.45 Modern Art: Mondrian
Starring Dorothy McGuire, Robert Young
The age-old adage that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, has a special significance for a shy, plain girl and a maimed war veteran in this poignant love story. In a magical honeymooners' cottage they are oblivious to the eyes of others. It seems nothing can ruin their new-found happiness.
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(The Gay Lord Quex by Pinero: Monday 9.25 pm BBC1)
Based on the play by:
World Cup Cricket
Prudential World Cup England v Sri Lanka at Taunton
West Indies v Australia at Headingley
PETER WEST and TONY LEWIS introduce further coverage from today's matches together with the latest scores from the other two matches: Pakistan v New Zealand at Edgbaston
India v Zimbabwe at Leicester
The Stella Artois Championships from the Queen's Club, London
Further coverage of today's semi-finals.
Introduced by BARRY DAVIES Commentator DAN MASKELL
JOHN BARRETT , MARK COX
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , JOHN PHILIPS
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Written by DUDLEY LONG , starring and With a royal visit to the town in the offing, Mr Davies elects himself chairman of the Welcoming Committee. Keeping Lester and Mrs Davies away from the planned parade is his first problem....
JOYCE WINDSOR, HARRY LITTLEWOOD THE GLASTONBURY TOWN BAND
Producer DENNIS MAIN WILSON
Directed by JOHN B. HOBBS
Chief Inspector Rodgers:
Bert, the milkman:
An edited recording of this morning's military parade when Her Majesty The Queen took the salute on Horse Guards Parade, London.
Bernard Levin in conversation with Sir Michael Edwardes
'The task is enormous; some people would even say impossible.' So said SIR MICHAEL EDWARDES on taking up the greatest challenge of his career, the chairmanship of British Leyland. Now, after five turbulent years at the helm, he has left to follow other courses, including returning to the chairmanship of the Chloride group, for whom he worked for over 20 years. His unique management technique and business philosophy not only helped keep BL alive, but have lastingly affected the attitudes of bosses and unions to industrial relations.
Researcher JOANNA HEAD
Producer CURIS HUNT. BBC Bristol
This interview will be published in THE LISTENER dated 16 June
Prudential World Cup DAVID COLEMAN introduces highlights of England v Sri Lanka, and West Indies v Australia
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
The Stella Artois Championships
. from the Queen's Club, London
Highlights of this afternoon's semi-final matches played on the grass courts at the Queen's Club. Introduced by BARRY DAVIES
Starring Fumle Kashiyama, Yuichi Saito
The first in a short season of films about childhood, this award-winning Japanese film presents a new and unusual picture of the Second World War.
During the last months of the war Taro and his mother are evacuated from Tokyo to her family in a village in northern Japan. Taro enjoys his new life but at night he has nightmares - grandmother has told him there is a demon in the barn. The day he discovers the secret of the 'demon', young Taro begins to question everything he has been taught.
Screenplay by NAOYUKI Suzuki Directed by SADARO SAITO
A Japanese film with English subtitles
(First showing on British television) Films: page 11