6.25 Ecology: Introduction
6.50 Casting a Bronze Statuette
7.15 Topological Surfaces
7.40 The Mechanisation of Textile Spinning
8.5 Education for Adults: The Quest for Knowledge
8.30 Prospect: A Programme for Students and Tutors of A101
8.55 A Question of Colour
9.45 Statistics: Patterns in Data
10.10 The Pre-School Child: Going Shopping
10.35 Parents and Teenagers: Three's Company
11.0 Personality and Learning
11.25 Interdependence and Oil
11.50 Business Economics: One-Stop Shopping
12.15 pm Beginning Reading
12.40 Management at Priory School
1.5 Maths: Ideas of Space
1.30 Research Methods: Interviewing Technique
1.55 Queue Here for the Wilderness
2.20 Using Public Libraries
2.45 The Effective Manager: The Deep End
A second comedy classic from the stone-faced clown, presented in a specially tinted version with piano soundtrack.
Buster plays a college student intent on impressing his girl by mastering campus customs. His attempts at athletics from baseball to rowing are predictably disastrous - but valour brings its rewards in the end.
Screenplay by CARL HARBAUGH and BRYAN FOY Music by WILLIAM P. PERRY Directed by JAMES W. HORNE Films: page 17
The last of 12 programmes starring Brian Cant and Floella Benjamin in an entertainment of comedy, jokes and music with Matthew Devitt , Linda Williams
Ben Thomas and Jonathan Cohen with the Play Away Band
Designer GWEN EVANS
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Producer JOHN SMITH
Series producer ANN REAY
At the Castle Gate
British astronomy has always been in the forefront of research.
In this programme Patrick Moore talks to Professor Alec Boksenberg , Director of the Royal Greenwich Observatory, and other scientists about important new developments.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
Shipwrecked on a tropical island Robinson Crusoe cheerfully adapts to his adventurous new life. As the years pass, however, he becomes increasingly eccentric. The discovery of a footprint in the sand, signalling perhaps the end of his solitude, fills him with rage and panic. Bunuel's compelling film is a masterful blend of adventure, poetry, humour and sentiment.
Screenplay by LUIS BUNUEL and PHILLIP ROLL from the novel by DANIEL DEFOE
Produced by OSCAR DANCIGERS and HENRY F. EHRUCH
Directed by LUIS BUNUEL. Films: page 17
During the Ice Ages most of Europe and North America were blanketed in ice. This programme shows the evidence of how these immense ice sheets shaped the Earth's surface. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Producer BARRIE WHATLEY
A BBC/Open University production
This week The Boomtown Rats on stage at The Gold Diggers, Chippenham. Introduced by Pete Drummond
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
For the best effect, viewers with stereo Radio 1 should turn off TV sound and position their j speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones are an alternative.
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
New Zealand v England
Highlights of the second day's play from Auckland
Television presentation by TVNZ
Luis Bunuel , bom in 1900 in feudal Spain, was one of the great masters of the cinema. From his collaboration with Salvador Dali on Un Chien Andalou in 1928 to his last film That Obscure Object of Desire in 1977, his work was always passionate, subversive and entertaining. Arena goes in search of the spirit of this elusive and original man. With Fernando Rey , Catherine Deneuve , Jeanne Moreau , Carlos Fuentes , Jean-Claude Carriere. Readings by Paul Scofield and unique film of Bunuel himself.
Film editor COLIN KNIJFF
Associate producer ROSEMARY WILTON Producer ALAN YENTOB Director ANTHONY WALL An Arena production
Dramatised in 13 parts by JULIAN BOND
5: 1937. The Master of Lewis Eliot s Cambridge College lies dying. Behind the facade of civilised learning 13 colleagues battle to choose his successor.
The Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship from Coatbridge
Highlights from the second semi-final
(Further coverage tomorrow at 5.0 pm)
Maria Schell , Erland Josephson
31 August 1939. In the small German town of Gleiwitz, close to the Polish frontier, the Piontek family is preparing for a wedding. Although the town is teeming with soldiers, who have made their headquarters at the hotel where the reception is to be held. And when Andreas slips outside for a private moment with his girlfriend, they witness something very odd outside the radio station. In the ballroom, young Josel dances his first polka at the wedding, blissfully unaware that it will be his last.
Screenplay by HELMUTT KRAPP Directed by KLAUS EMMERICH
(A German film with English subtitles) Films: page 17