6.5 Maths Models and Methods. 6.30 Heat Through the Lithosphere. S.55 Engineering Structures. 7.20 Quantum Theory: Measurement. 7.45 Evolution: Adaptive Radiation.
Story: Follow This Line by Michael O'Leary
Author (Follow This Line):
The State Express Classic
The leaders complete the third round at The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield , aiming ior the winner's share of E90,000 prize money and one of ten qualifying places at stake for the Open Championship which begins next week. Commentators
PETER ALLISS , CLIVE CLARK BRUCE CRITCHLEY , ALEX HAY
The Oscar-winning designer Ken Adam designed the 007 stage for the film The Spy Who Loved Me. This programme explains how.
(A BBC/Open University production)
Weekend Outlook helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open University. This week's selection includes Rhondda: 1, Educating for Escape and Social Integration: Family Comedy.
A BBC/Open University production
The feature film starring Tom Conway , Rita Corday
The debonair hero finds himself in San Francisco on the trail of a gang of silk thieves. Seven dead bodies later and the mystery is solved! In other words, business as usual for the amateur sleuth.
Screenplay by ROBERT KENT , BEN MARKSON Produced by MAURICE GERAGHTY Directed by JOSEPH H. LEWIS
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A classic Columbia cartoon
Bob Langley begins a weekly series of Lakeland walks with personalities from the entertainment and sporting world. His companion today amid the spectacular Cumbrian scenery, is climber Chris Bonington.
with subtitles followed by Weather
The first of six short programmes in which Richard Feynman, Nobel Laureate and Professor of Theoretical Physics at Caltech, California, finds pleasure in thinking about the way the world really is.
This week: Jiggling atoms... bouncing balls, shaking floors, water, ice and fire.
A personal view by Kenneth Clark
This, the second in a series of 13 programmes, was filmed in the monasteries, abbeys and cathedrals of France. The sudden reawakening of European civilisation in the 12th century is traced by Lord Clark from the first manifestations at the Abbey of Cluny to its high point, the building of the Cathedral of Chartres.
(Subtitles on Ceefax page 270)
Lack of space, the monotony and stress of close housing are perhaps the biggest problems of living in the inner city.
Clay Jones visits several gardens in the London Borough of Islington where skilful garden design has created the illusion of space and provided areas of relaxation.
BBC Pebble Mill
The popular game of musical knowledge between
Frank Muir with John Amis and Denis Norden with Ian Wallace Questions set by Steve Race
Recorded at the Fulcrum Centre, Slough Television presentation DOUGLAS IIESPE
by Shane Connaughton
Her head is hidden by a scarf; she haunts Roebuck's hostel for ex-patients; she won't go away. Her name is Alice. Who is she?
Music by DARYL Kumswick
Videotape editor RON BOWMAN Studio Lighting alan iiohnts Studio Humphrey JAEGER Producer RUTH boswell Directed by baiuiy DAVIS
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
Dr Eddie Roebuck:
Mrs Smith's friend:
In the last programme of this series, Pete continues to show his instrumental dexterity and he is joined again by resident guest, Diane Solomon
Special guest: Australian singer and composer Billy Field
Music noCER mckew Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting DICKIE HICHAM Designer PHIL ROBERSON Producer RICK GARDNER
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK , With JOAN BAKEWELL and LINDA ALEXANDER , present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts. producers
PETER BELL , TONY HALL. DAVE STANFORD Directors
MIKE CATHERWOOD , JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE , JOHN MORRELL Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor DAVID LLOYD
A Riverside Special
' The fastest video your set will ever see. Don't blink or you'll miss something' promise programme-makers Patrick Martin and Doobie Eylath of this mono-screen version of their touring show. Whether or not this promise has been fulfilled is discussed in the studio afterwards by Riverside presenter Nicky Picasso with Patrick and Doobie and TV critic of the Financial Times, Chris Dunkley.
TV presentation JOHN BURROWES