6.25 Evolution: Man
6.50 Open Government?
7.15 Quantum Theory: Atoms and Molecules
7.40 Creating Equals in Class
8.5 National Income and Economic Policy
8.30 Arts: Liszt and Nature
8.55 Genetics: Nature or Nurture
9.20 Preparing to Study with the OU
9.45 Music: Instrumentation
10.10 Philosophy: Freedom and Person-hood
10 Orpheus Britannicus
11.25 Curriculum in Action
11.50 Who Plans Ealing?
12.15 Science: Black Holes
12.40 Manpower Services and the School
1.5 Pure Maths: The Examination
1.80 Maths Across the Curriculum
1.55 Kafka and his World
2.20 Budgeting for Europe's Jobless
2.45 Modern Art: Duchamp
Starring Cary Grant, Ethel Barrymore
In this unusual and thought provoking film, adapted from Richard Llewellyn's novel, Cary Grant plays an untypical role as a cockney living in the slums of London. It is the 1930s and he is determined to rise out of his poor environment. But when his mother becomes ill, Ernie finds there are more important things in life.
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Adapted from a novel by:
Dad Pretty John:
Presented by Jeremy James
Commentary by Jeremy Flint
(Bridge Correspondent of The Times)
The second first-round match of this televised bridge tournament for club players begins tonight: Buchanan (from Scotland) v Croesyceiliog (from Wales). As usual the club teams are aided by two expert pairs: JANE AND TONY PRIDAY plus IRVING ROSE and VICTOR MOLLO.
Director LINDA MCCARTHY
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
The hands dealt in tonight's programme can be teen during the week on Ceefax page 258
Grand Slam Bridge Set: £6.90 from booksellers
Peter Purves introduces live coverage of the whole of the final in Redcar.
The two finalists have had tough passages to try to capture the third British Professional Champion title and to win the first prize of Â£8,000. The match will be the best of 13 sets, three, legs per set.
with Richard Whitmore Weather
An extended series of cinema vérité documentary films which for a decade have eavesdropped on individuals and institutions in a particularly revealing way. The Family
In 1974 producer Paul Watson introduced to television the Wilkins of Reading.
2: Tom Bernes has finally told. Margaret Wilkins that he is not marrying her daughter, Marian. Mrs Wilkins is far from pleased.
FRANC RODCAM, PAUL WATSON
Idomeneo marks the BBC's return to Glyndebourne. The first of three operas recorded this summer at the Sussex opera house. Also it is the brilliantly successful operatic debut of director Trevor Nunn , who introduces his production of Idomeneo from Glyndebourne. at 8.15
Glyndebourne presents TREVOR nlnn's production of Mozart's opera in three acts, with a libretto by ABBATE VARESCO. conducted by Bernard Haitink
The Glyndebourne Chorus chorus director JANE GLOVER Chorus soloists
London Philharmonic Orchestra leader DAVID NOLAN
Harpsichord continuo MARTIN ISEPP
Cello continuo MARK JACKSON
Movement director MALCOLM GODDARD Lighting designer DAVID HERSEY Designer JOHN NAPIER
Produced by BBCtv by arrangement with GLYNDEBOURNE and in association With R M ARTS
Glyndebourne production given In association with Autobar Group Limited Sung in Italaan with English subtitles by GILLIAN WIDDICOMBl
Television Fighting JOHN ELFES Sound JEFF BAKER
Produced for television by TREVOR NUNN and CHRISTOPHER SWANN Directed for television by CHRISTOPHER SWANN
For the best effect, viewers with stereo Radio 3 should turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either Side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones are an alternative. including at 10.5*.10.10 Interval
Idomeneo, King of Crete:
Ilia, a Trojan princess, daughter of Priam:
Idamante, Prince of Crete, son of Idomeneo:
Electra, daughter of Agamemnon:
Arbace, counsellor to Idomeneo:
Voice of Neptune:
with Richard Whitmore Weather
British Professional Championship from The Coatham Bowl,
Redcar Peter Purves introduces highlights of the final of this major tournament in the darts calendar, played earlier this evening. Commentators
SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN
Producers KEITH PHILLIPS , MIKE ADLEY
A classic American series of stories of space, time and imagination. This highway leads to the shadowy tip of reality; you're on a through route to the land of the different, the bizarre, the unexplainable ... go as far as you like on this road. Its limits are only those of the mind itself. Ladies and gentlemen, you're entering the wonderous dimension of imagination. Next stop - The Twilight Zone. Mr Denton on Doomsday starring
Al Denton, a drunken ex-gun-fighter, is the laughing stock of town, until Fate intervenes in the form of a travelling pedlar with some very unusual wares ...
Written by ROD SERLING
Directed by ALLEN REISNER
Henry J Fate: