6.5 Deer Farming
6.30 Oceanography: Waves
6.55 Maths: Iteration and Convergence
7.20 Ocean Crust
7.45 Combined Heat and Power
In London, through the AUR scheme, ILEA ensures that schools have a say in the money they get and how they spend it. RON GLATTER investigates.
Producer NICK BRENTON
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
What Price Fleadom?
A TEX AVERY Cartoon
A feature film especially made for television, starring
Kristy McNichol , Bruce Davison
American critics called this 'the best movie ever made for television'-one of the most moving and original love stories to reach the small screen. Patty, a young Jewish girl, befriends a Nazi soldier after he escapes from a PoW camp, in southern USA. Against the background of the FBI hunt an intense bond develops between them.
Screenplay by JANE-HOWARD HAMMERSTEIN Based on the book by BETTE GREENE Produced by LINDA GOTTLIEB
Directed by MICHAEL TUCHNER. Films: page 18
A series of eight programmes 4: To Liverpool
Novelist and playwright Beryl Bain bridge makes a journey around England and Englishness. She travels to many of the places visited by J. B. Priestley 50 years earlier.
In her native city she meets two people who share some hope for Liverpool's future, one of its Bishops and the woman who chairs the Police Committee. She visits the Chinese community, Netherley and Toxteth and concludes: 'It's too late. Someone's murdered Liverpool and got away with it.' Narration
J. B. PRIESTLEY , BERYL BAINBRIDGE
Film editor ROBIN JACKMAN Photography JOHN WARWICK
Producers BERNARD HALL. DAVID PRITCHARD
Executive producer JAMES DEWAR. BBC West Book (same title) £7.95 from booksellers
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir Kate O'Mara
Godfrey Smith and Arthur Marshall Victoria Wood
Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON , BILL TODMAN Directed by JOHN BISHOP
Producer PAUL clam
Presented by Anneka Rice
A series of eight programmes in which a number of well-known personalities take up the sport of their choice.
5: This week Windsor Davies and his wife Lynne take up dinghy sailing; Suzi Quatro continues her clay pigeon shooting and Billy Connolly rides in a round-up.
'You mean it'll feel better when it stops?' says WINDSOR DAVIES as the boom hits his head again.
'You know you've missed before you even pull the trigger', says suzi QUATRO as she tries some more difficult shots.
'The horses we round up are really wild ones -they weren't trained to go slowly', says BILLY CONNOLLY after riding in the New Forest.
Film editor PATRICK FLEMING Research VICKI MOORE
Produced by PETER RAMSDEN
by JILL TWEEDIE and CHRISTOPHER BOND starring Lynn Redgrave with Jonathan Newth
Sarah Neville , Helen Cotterill and Joan Sanderson , Polly Adams Mary and Mo are arrested while breaking into a porn shop and they call on Martha for help. She is only too willing to assist, and finds herself in a compromising position with Josh.
Lighting director HARRY BRADLEY Designer TONY THORPE
Executive producer ALAN J. w BELL . Produced by ZANNA BESWICK Directed by MANDIE FLETCHER
Alan J. W
The Mind of a Murderer
1: The Case of the Hillside Strangler For the first time court-ordered videotapes allow a television audience to watch a mass murderer while psychiatrists, appointed to assess his sanity, interview him in prison. This remarkable television event provides an extraordinary portrait of a mass killer, Kenneth Bianchi , the American counterpart of the Yorkshire Ripper.
An all-American boy and doting father, BIANCHI strangled 12 young women, yet had no memory of the crimes.
The videotapes show how the psychiatrists discovered an astonishing 'dual personality'; Bianchi appeared to be a true 'Jekyll and Hyde', with two quite different personalities in the same body. He was diagnosed insane. Then, with the arrival of Dr Martin Orne , doubts began to creep in ... was Bianchi genuine or somehow managing to fool eminent psychiatrists? This film provides a rare portrait of a deranged mind, and raises basic questions about the criminal personality and the role of psychiatrists in court.
Film editor CLARE DOUGLAS
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Written and produced by MICHAEL BARNES (Part 2: tomorrow at 9.45 pm)
0 FEATURE: page 84
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick , with MAUREEN CARTER and BRIDGET KENDALL , present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.
Producers PETER BELL
JOHN MORRELL , DAVE STANFORD
Directors JOHN WILKINSON , GLEN DAVIS CHRIS FOX
Assignment editors NICK GUTHRIE , HELEN JENKINS
Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor DAVID DICKINSON
Society and glamour photographer Patrick Lichfield found himself up to his knees in the River Sow when he accepted a BBC2 Photo Week assignment. An inexperienced model and basic camera equipment provided the challenge in the grounds of Shugborough Hall.
Producer BARRY BEVINS
11.40 Balzac and the Visual Arts
Balzac packs Cousine Bette with allusions to the visual arts. By looking at many paintings and at the cartoons of Daumier, JOHN CARTHEW explores Balzac's attitude to women which they reveal.
12.5 am Decision-Making in Britain
This programme examines how Manchester's planning for sixth form reorganisation was affected by alternative DES proposals.