6.50 Measuring with Light
7.15 Evolution of Fishes
7.40 Sheffield: The Tertiary Debate
8.5 Psychology: Landing an Aircraft
8.30 Electrons and Atoms
8.55 A Woman's Place?
9.20 Maths: Iteration and Convergence
9.45 'Who's Your Teacher, Mum?'
10.10 Gibbon: The Ruins of Rome
10.35 Religion: The Roaring Silence
11.0 Deer Farming
11.25 Admission to the OU Explained
11.50 Biology: Power Plants of the Cell
12.15 pm The Chemistry Detectives
12.40 Twelfth Night
1.5 Cyanide, Crystals and Co-ordination
1.30 Maths Methods: Forecasting
Jeremy James introduces the last of four reports on the Challenger's Final, currently taking place in Vilnyus, Lithuania. The contenders are fighting for the right to challenge ANATOLY KARPOV for the title of World Chess Champion.
VASSILY SMYSLOV is a former World Champion, but GARY KASPAROV has been described as 'the new tiger of chess' and has been tipped as the man most likely to topple Karpov.
Expert commentary by BILL HARTSTON
Director RICHARD VAUGHAN Producer MARK PATTERSON
The story of the Dukes of Norfolk. Arundel Castle in Sussex is the seat of the only English dukedom to survive since the Middle Ages. Five hundred years after King Richard III created Sir John Howard Duke of Norfolk and Earl Marshal of England, his descendants still hold sway at the head of the British peerage.
Miles, 17th Duke of Norfolk, looks back over the turbulent and often tragic history of Britain's premier Roman Catholic family. Five of his ancestors ended their days on the block; four times the family lost its titles and possessions - but somehow always managed to win them back again.
Andrew Harvey tells the story of a family which has produced soldiers, scholars and politicians; two Queens of England, two Cardinals and two drunkards; a senior Steward of the Jockey Club ... and a saint.
Producer JOHN TURNBULL
Executive producer DAVID SEYMOUR
Sir John Howard
The feature film starring Gregory Peck
Joe Bradley , a journalist with an American news bureau, finds a pretty girl apparently in a drunken stupor by the Trevi fountain and takes her home with him to sleep it off. Next morning he is stupefied to discover that his guest is a princess on a state visit. The film made Audrey Hepburn a star and won her an Academy Award.
Screenplay by IAN MCLELLAN HUNTER and JOHN DIGHTON
Produced and directed by William WYLER Films: page 18
from the Derby Pool, Blackpool
The Yorkshire Bank International
After that splendid victory over the Federal Republic of Germany two months ago, the GB team now take on Holland.
Traditionally, the home side are stronger in the men's events, but the ladies' team with SARAH HARDCASTLE , JUNE CROFT and SAMANTHA PURVIS will need to swim their best to beat a very talented Dutch team. Commentators
ALAN WEEKS, HAMILTON BLAND
Television presentation ALASTAIR SCOTT
A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Jan Leeming
Brian Widlake and Valerie Single ton, with LUKE CASEY , NICK CLARKE , BILL KERR ELLIOTT and MARK ROGER -SON. Including this week: The Hughes Legacy: Howard Hughes was the world's most eccentric billionaire. When he died in 1976 he left no will. Today his family, former aides and employees are locked in a complicated legal battle for control of the business he created - a$3 billion empire in aerospace and defence.
Channel Competition: will the motorist benefit from the growing battle for the cross channel ferry market?
Director DON HARLEY
Deputy editor MICHAEL HOGAN Editor RICHARD TAIT
In the last programme of her series Isobel Buchanan welcomes guests Benjamin Luxon and the Scottish Philharmonic Singers with their chorus-master IAN MCCRORIE.
This week's music includes such gems as Dvorak's 'Songs my mother taught me', 'L'heure exquise' and the duet from Porgy and Bess.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra leader GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF conducted by Roderick Brydon
Sound CAMPBELL MCKENZIE and BRIAN DEWAR Lighting ALAN HENDERSON Designer JIM LONGMUIR Producer ANNE SOMERS BBC Scotland
with Jan Leeming Weather
Top war photographer Don McCullin takes his battle gear on assignment along the north-east coast to capture Scarborough and Whitby in high summer.
Another chance to see famous photographers in action in the first of five nightly challenges from the recent BBC2 Photo Assignment week.
Producer BARRY BEVINS
A series of 13 programmes which tell the story of the theatre from its earliest beginnings to the present day. Written and presented by Ronald Harwood
12: Razzmatazz and Realism
The great American musical. In 1943 the curtain went up on Oklahoma and revealed, not dancing girls, just a lone woman in a rocking-chair. It was one of the great turning-points in theatrical history.
Show business, minstrels, vaudeville, song and dance, even the avant-garde and the struggling, serious American theatre, have all combined to make one of the most exciting experiences on the modern stage.
The programme features extracts from Oklahoma, a special evocation of A Chorus Line in the dance studios of New York, and readings from Death of a Salesman and The Glass Menagerie. Those taking part include: Ethel Merman Eubie Blake
Kim Hunter , Eli Wallach Agnes de Mille
Jerome Robbins , Hal Prince
Arthur Miller , Alan Jay Lerner and Joseph Papp
Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL
Executive producer RICHARD CAWSTON Producer HARRY HASTINGS
Directed by KEITH CHEETHAM
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
The television weekly review presented by Ludovic Kennedy who discusses English Journey (BBC2), Brookside (C4) and Sporting Chance (BBC2). Among those taking part are writer and broadcaster Brian Thompson and actress Pat Phoenix. Plus a feature on the selling of American television: 'It is outright trench warfare. It is kill or be killed. When I go out there to get an order, I go for the jugular-I literally go for the guy's throat.' (SANDY FRANK distributor Name That Tune)
Assistant producer KEVIN LOADER Director MICHAEL PARKER Producer JOHN ARCHER
continues a major season of films new to television, tonight starring Gary Day , Penny Downie
Following a suspicious car accident, computer expert Ed Ballinger is confined by his mysterious employers to a luxury apartment. He continues his search for the reasons behind the malfunction of a new 'super computer'. Gradually the computer's 'intelligence' grows and Ballinger discovers it has witnessed a murder ...
Screenplay by LINDA LANE and MARK EGERTON Produced by ERROL SULLIVAN
Directed by MARK EGERTON. Films: page 18 (First showing on British television)
from Leadmill Arts Centre, Sheffield Introduced by John Brown featuring Bobby Wellins (tenor sax) and his Quartet with Don Weller (tenor sax)
Director MARCEL GUILLOU
Producer PATRICK HARGREAVES