6. Maths: Knots. S.30 Fishing Quotas.
6.55 Health Care in Mozambique: 2. 7.20 Meanings of Madness: 3. 7.45 Cost Benefit Analysis.
Story: Magic Growing Powder Written by JANET QUIN-HARKIN Pictures by ART CUMINGS Presenters
Johnny Ball , Sarah Long
1: The Struggle Begins
The first of a two-part study of changes in Portuguese education in the aftermath of the 1974 revolution. Filmed in early 1977 the programme shows something of the dilemmas and hopes of a rapidly changing society at a particular moment in its history.
Producer EDWARD MILNER
A BBC/Open University production
7: Attacking in the Attacking Third of the Field (1)
Coaches RON GREENWOOD
DON HOWE , DAVE SEXTON Players KEVIN KEEGAN
TREVOR BROOKING , RAY WILKINS PETER SHILTON , LUTHER BLISSETT
opens a season of adventure films featuring the ' Lord of the Jungle' starring
Gordon Scott Eve Brent
Dr Sturdy's isolated research hospital in the African jungle is threatened by the jealous witch doctor, Futa. When Futa orders his warriors to attack the hospital, Tarzan comes to the rescue. But then Jane is threatened ...
Screenplay by THOMAS HAL PHILLIPS Produced by SOL LESSER
Directed by BRUCE HUMBERSTONE Films: page 12
Cameraman, director, interviewer Jon Alpert is the only 'Independent' whose work appears regularly - and unedited - on American network television, on NBC's prestigious Today programme.
The unique quality of his reporting, whether it's on squatters in Philadelphia, or guerrillas in El Salvador, comes from a technique he learnt on the streets of his local community in New York where he and his wife Keiko Tsuno have run Downtown Community Television since 1972.
They hold free classes for anyone interested in using video as a community resource, and lend equipment to their ' graduates ' who include tenants' associations, trade unions pressure groups of all kinds and high school students, and whose tapes are shown on the streets, in meeting-halls, in private homes, in schools and on local cable television.
Film cameraman PHIL GREIS Film editor RAY HOUGH Producer TONY LARYEA
COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES UNIT
(1f you want to make your own programme or to suggest programme ideas, then get in touch with: [address removed])
from the Assembly Rooms,
Derby Gerald Harrison introduces a concert featuring the winners of the 1982 ' Best of Brass' competition: Desford Colliery Dowty Band conducted by Howard Snell with special guests Don Lusher and Kenny Baker
Lighting JOHN ALLINSON Sound NEIL MURRAY
Designer MIKE YOUNG Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(A new series of Best of Brass begins next Tuesday)
Six films of early exploration Introduced by Duncan Carse 1: Storm Cape Horn (1929)
' Now we are off for great sailing adventures aboard the enormous four-masted barque, the Peking, the largest sailing ship in the world ...' So, in 1929, a young American yachtsman and sailor, Irving Johnson , started his story of an epic 11,000-mile voyage from Hamburg to Chile - via Cape Horn. First, in the North Sea, they encountered a savage winter gale that wrecked 68 ships; then in the doldrums 13-foot jellyfish drifted by ... ' and the turkey got sick so we ate him quick before he died.' Finally, off the Horn came the storm; winds over 100 miles an hour; waves 80 feet high; the decks almost completely under water and endlessly swept by great seas ... Johnson wrote: ' No other pictures have ever been taken under these circumstances, nor ever will be now; and I was there with my camera; how lucky can you be?
CAPTAIN IRVING JOHNSON
Film editor paddy WILSON Producer
Two major exhibitions have set the tone for this year's Festival. Vienna 1900', era of Freud,
Schoenberg and Kokoschka, recalls an enormously influential period in all the arts. ' Man and Music' celebrates the music of other continents, with the help of performers from around the world.
Also featuring highlights from the chamber music recitals, including the Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, the Tokyo String Quartet and pianist Shura Cherkassky.
Introduced by MARY MARQUIS
Directors ELEANOR AITKEN and HILARY BOULDI NG Producer
MIKE NEWMAN Editor KEITH ALEXANDER
More highlights from the 1983 feast of good country music at the International Festival of Country Music from the Wembley Arena featuring tonight The Dillards Roy Acuff
Barbara Fairchild Narvel Felts and Bobby Bare
Sound BARRIE HAWES , JOHN CAULFIELD Directors SIMON BETTS
DAVE PICKTH ALL . DAVE ROSS Producer DAVE PERROTTET
Health Care: Your Money or Your Life
A documentary by Jon Alpert and Kelko Tsuno for New York's Downtown Community Television Centre. A heart-attack victim is rushed into the emergency room with no pulse. Miraculously, the doctors bring him back to life, but two days later he is dead. Budgets, cut-backs, broken equipment and lack of supplies delayed the surgery that could have saved his life. The programme follows patients in two New York hospitals - one public, one private - to illustrate the vast differences in health care the two systems offer. At a time when our own National Health Service is under increasing threat this chilling picture of what happens in America raises disturbing questions about what could happen here.
Photography and direction by JON ALPERT and KEIKO TSUNO
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK , with JOAN BAKEWELL and LINDA ALEXANDER
11.55 Ecology: Grasses and Agriculture The use of fertilisers and herbicides has had a dramatic effect on the natural balance of the ecosystem.
12.20* Members of the Jury
How does a jury reach its decision?
12.45* Teaching by Telephone imagine a class of students without a tutor at the front. A ' remote blackboard ' and loudspeaker telephones connect them to another class 50 miles away.