6.25 Crust and Mantle of the Earth
6.50 Sound in View
7.15 Probability and Statistics
7.40 Riccio's Bronzes
8.5 Classical Greece: The Theatre
8.30 Edinburgh Observed
8.55 Electronics: Frequency Response
9.20 Colonisin' in Reverse: 2
9.45 Vienna: Stripping the Facade
10.10 Systems: The National Theatre
10.35 Introduction to Calculus
11.0 Mapping in the Yorkshire Dales
11.25 Historical Legacy
12.15 Women and Sport
12.40 Can You Hear Me?
1.5 Pure Maths: Lagrange's Theorem
1.30 History of Mathematics
1.55 'No, Minister': Education Vouchers
2.20 Migration from a Turkish Village
2.45 Modern Art: Pissarro
The 'Man of a Thousand Faces' appears in one of the classic horror films, presented in a specially-tinted version with an organ soundtrack.
A mad, disfigured musician haunts the sewers of Paris, a hopeless victim of his own ugliness ...
Adaptation by RAYMOND SCHROCK and ELLIOTT J. CLAWSON Based on the novel by GASTON LEROUX Organ music by GAYLORD CARTER
Directed by RUPERT JULIAN Films: page 14
Raoul de Chagny:
The famous version of OSCAR WILDE'S play starring and Concluding the season of films starring Margaret Rutherford is the classic comedy of manners.
Two wealthy bachelors, John and Algernon, use the imaginary name 'Ernest' when courting Gwendolen and Cecily, but are shocked when both girls fall for 'Ernest's' charms.
Produced by TEDDY BAIRD
Directed by ANTHONY ASQUITH
Mr Jack Worthing:
Mr Algernon Moncrieff:
Miss Cecily Cardew:
Miss Gwendolen Fairfax:
The Rev Dr Chasuble:
This first of three programmes on the Roman Empire looks at the state of British agriculture in the first century AD and its role in feeding the conquering Roman army.
Producer ROBERT PHILIP
A BBC/Open University production
This week Marillion on stage at The Gold Diggers, Chippenham.
Introduced by Steve Blacknell
Director DAVID g. croft
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
For the best effect, viewers with stereo Radio 1 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.
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Scotland v France England v Wales
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH introduces highlights from today's internationals.
Scotland, led by JIM AITKEN , have won their first Triple Crown since 1938 and now have their sights on their first Grand Slam since 1925. However, the French are also going for that title and will provide Scotland with their most difficult match.
England, after their trouncing by France, will have to show marked improvement if they are to hold the well-organised Welsh.
Commentator at Twickenham
Commentator at Murrayfield
Producer BILL MALCOLM
Series producer HUW JONES
(Scotland v Wales organised by the Scottish Rugby Union in association with the Royal Bank of Scotland)
The great French cellist celebrates his 70th birthday on 21 March. This series of Masterclass, recorded ten years ago, brought him widespread admiration for his total dedication to his art and to his lively powers of communication. Tonight enjoy again seeing him teaching Brahms's Sonata in F major with students JENNY LANGHAM and HAFLIDI HALLGRIMSSON.
Accompanist GEOFFREY PRATLEY
Producer RODNEY GREENBERG
Bel Mooney invites five people who first told their story some years ago in The Light of Experience to return to the studio and tell her how they have coped with life since then.
To conclude this series Ean Begg looks at the nature of experience from a professional as well as a personal point of view. He reflects on events in his own life, what they have taught him and how he has grown since he first realised the importance of an inner life.
Assistant producer FAY WOOLF Producer INGRID DUFFELL
Dramatised in 13 parts by JULIAN BOND
10: 1946. Lewis Eliot is reintroduced to Margaret Davidson , who is now married. He discovers that his feelings for her have not diminished in the years since their affair.
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
starring Isabelle Huppert
Stephane Audran , Jean Carmet Paris 1933. Eighteen-year-old
Violette Noziere lives a double life, escaping from her parents' cramped two-room flat into the promiscuous gaiety of the Latin Quarter. Violette finances her extravagant affairs by stealing from her parents, but it is not long before the consequences drive her to more serious crime.
Last in a short season of outstanding films by Claude Chabrol , Violette Noz iere charts the development of a notorious murder case that shocked the French public in 1934 and continued to make headlines as late as 1963. Screenplay by odile barski
HERVE BROMBERGER and FREDERIC GRENDEL Directed by CLAUDE CHABROL