6.50 Exploring Frequency Space
7.15 Molluscan Evolution
7.40 Worker, Scholar or Citizen?
8.5 Keynes and the War Economy
8.30 Energy: A Question of Balance
8.55 Cogs in the Wheel?
9.20 Maths: 'Real' Exponential Functions
9.45 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure
10.10 Hogarth's Paintings
10.35 Religion: The Mindful Way
11.0 Open Forum Lecture: Professor Russell Stannard on Myth, Microscope and Mystery
11.25 Perception: Cues and Schemes
11.50 The Effective Manager: Crisis or Control
12.15 pm Biology: Intermediary Metabolism
12.40 Antony and Cleopatra
1.5 Language Development
1.30 Maths Methods: Linear Equations
The feature film starring
Ralph Richardson , Michele Morgan When Baines , the embassy butler, is suspected of murdering his shrewish wife, young Felipe, the Ambassador's son, tries to help him. But the boy's protection causes his idol greater problems. This memorable film is one of the few completely successful screenplays by Graham Greene.
Screenplay by GRAHAM GREENE
Produced and directed by CAROL REED Films: page 14
Det Insp Crowe:
A five-part series about the turbulent career of France's greatest playwright starring with Josephine Derenne
4: Moliere finds security and acclaim at the French court. But the success of his own plays goes to his head and he begins to make enemies within his own company. The production of Tartuffe causes a major scandal.
Written and directed by ARIANE MNOUCHKINE
Therese Marquise du Pare:
A second chance to see some of the Newsnight films shown in recent months. This month's edition, introduced by John Tusa, includes The Secrets of Voodoo
From Haiti, Newsnight reports on the mysterious potion used to turn people into zombies. And from the USA, the bizarre medical detective story of how doctors have uncovered the secrets of the ancient voodoo drug - it is 160,000 times more powerful than cocaine and may hold important clues for the medicine of tomorrow.
The last of six films with Dai Smith We're Still Here
Almost four-and-a-half centuries ago, Wales was abolished. That, anyway, was the intention of Henry VIII 's Act of Union, but Wales has continued to assert its existence despite it. During the last 25 years in particular, new institutions and ideas have added strength to the idea of Wales as a place that's different, with special problems and answers. But the public arguments may have masked the real and dramatic changes that have taken place.
Film editor RICHARD TRAYLER-SMITH Series producer SELWYN RODERICK
Produced by PATRICK HANNAN. BBC Wales
A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Jan Leeming
Presenters Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton
With LUKE CASEY, NICK CLARKE , BILL KERR ELLIOTT and MARK ROGERSON Including this week:
Peanuts from Heaven?: IBM is the biggest computer company in the world. Until recently it was not interested in the growing personal computer market. But now with its Peanut model, it plans to be number one in the world of the micros just as it has dominated the rest of the computer business.
Gone to the Dogs?: how the property market could help revive greyhound racing and halt its decline to the second most popular spectator sport in Britain.
Director DON HARLEY
Deputy editor MICHAEL HOGAN Editor RICHARD TAIT
In her first television series Isobel Buchanan sings a marvellous selection of her favourite songs and arias ranging from 'The maidens of Cadiz' and 'Come scoglio' to a selection from Cole Porter. Her special guest is Julian Lloyd Webber
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Leader GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF Conductor Roderick Brydon
Sound CAMPBELL MCKENZIE , BRIAN DEWAR Lighting ALAN HENDERSON Designer JIM LONGMUIR
Produc3r ANNE SOMERS. BBC Scotland
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Laurie Taylor - Country Blues
A confirmed nature-hater since childhood, Laurie Taylor sets out from his weekend cottage in Battersea to try to find his 'true self in the country.
Armed with Ordnance Survey and Collected Wordsworth he is quickly lost - 'a townie in the wheatfield'and soon falls foul of the giant machines which have been unleashed on the new factory farms of England. Retiring to the Lake District he peers at packed beauty spots, walks the ramblers' M4, and follows the crowds to a Visitors' Centre, where one can learn about the countryside without the bother of actually going there.
Baffled, he retreats to the peace and order of Hyde Park. 'You don't have to feel anything about a city park. No one asks you - "how was the park?"
Film cameraman \KEN WESTBURY Sound recordistnigel WOODFORD
Series producer JONATHAN STEDALL Producer CLEM VALLANCE
A series of 13 programmes Written and presented by Ronald Harwood
10: The Master Builders
Modern drama is born. Against the atmosphere of claustrophobia and narrow-mindedness of 19th-century Norway, Henrik Ibsen ignites the next great explosion of theatrical activity. Peer Gynt, A Doll's House, Hedda Gabler and The Master Builder brought a new view of society and influenced such playwrights as Strindberg and Bernard Shaw. But theatricality returned - Wilton's Music-Hall in London becomes for this programme a seedy 1920s Berlin theatre club for Wedekind's entertainment Lulu. Those taking part include:
Wendy Hiller , Antony Sher Diana Quick , Charles Gray
Colin Blakely , Penelope Wilton
Daniel Massey and Michael Meyer
Film editor SUSAN SPIVEY
Executive producer RICHARD CAWSTON Producer HARRY HASTINGS
Directed by MISHA WILLIAMS
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy who discusses World in Action (ITV), The Fainthearted Feminist (BBC2) and Wogan (BBCl). Among tonight's guests are Guardian journalist Martin Walker , and Maria Aitken. Plus a look at the televising of award ceremonies, with TV critic Martyn Auty.
Assistant producer MUKTI JAIN Director KEVIN LOADER Producer JOHN ARCHER
continues a major season of films new to television. starring
Richard Moir , Judy Morris
Released from prison after five years, Tony leaves Melbourne and his criminal past. He heads for Queensland, hoping to find his first love, Anna, but on the journey he encounters the worldly Sam. This dramatic film examines Tony's clinging past and his journey with Sam, who falls in love with him. It is for Tony to choose between his lost past and a possible future....
Written, produced and directed by ESBEN STORM
(First showing on British television) Films: page 14
By barge and boat across England
Pete Morgan makes a leisurely journey from the Irish Sea to the North Sea, observing life along the way. From the Mersey to the Pennines
Pete begins his travels on the Mersey ferry before boarding the narrow boat Lady Galadriel which lifts him high into the Pennines.
Film editor MARTIN HARRIS Producer DOUGLAS B. SMITH BBC North