6.5 Music: Harmonic Analysis, 2
6.30 Light, the Destroyer
6.55 Maths: Matrices, 2
7.20 Ecology: Ants and Acacias
7.45 Injection Moulding
Ideas about community-based basic education have come from experience abroad. Limited public funds have only recently been available even for adult literacy work. The whole field shows in Britain a sense of neglect.
Producer EDWARD MILNER
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The second of four films featuring the men from U.N.C.L.E. starring with Joan Crawford , Curt Jurgens An all-star cast enhance this entertaining spy adventure in which the dynamic U.N.C.L.E. duo are sent on a world-wide chase to foil the devilish plans of THRUSH. A top scientist has been murdered and his secret formula can lead to ruin for the free world ...
Screenplay by NORMAN HUDIS from a story by BORIS INGSTER Produced by BORIS INGSTER
Directed by BARRY SHEAR . Films: page 15
Carol von Kesser:
Count De Fanzini:
In a back garden in the centre of Bristol a pair of great tits slave away to rear ten chicks. Crammed into a tiny nestbox they demand an unending supply of food - which the parents find in a busy, noisy, urban world. The
"drama inside this special nestbox is revealed by a hidden video camera looking through the glass back.
Tony Soper looks at the highlights of this project, including the magical moment when the chicks take to the air for their first flight.
Assistant producer PAUL APPLEBY Director ALASTAIR FOTHERGILL Producer MIKE BEYNON
A Wildtrack production. BBC Bristol
When President Reagan was shot in 1981 he didn't know of his injury until some time later. His experience of injury without pain is not uncommon
Forty per cent of accident victims teel no pain initially. But the opposite is also true. Some people experience very severe pain long after the injury has healed. ,
Paradoxes such as these led Patrick Wall , Professor of Anatomy, University College, London, to develop, with his colleagues, the first radically new theory to be produced for 300 years on how we feel pain. The ideas have led to new treatments of pain, and can also show what purpose it serves - and why pain is different for each ot us.
Film editor PETER CLARKE
Producer DEBORAH CADBURY Editor DAVID PATERSON
Hannah Gordon , Patrick Garland challenge Arthur Marshall Diane Keen , Ian Ogilvy Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Directed by ALAN J. W. BELL
Alan J. W.
A ten-part serial created by LAVINIA WARNER Part 5 by ANNE VALERY
Everyone is concerned about Dorothy and what is to happen to her. When Kate discovers the truth, she is strongly against what Dorothy will have to go through.
Music composed by JAMES HARPHAM Producer VERE LORRIMER Director DAVID TUCKER
★Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
Mrs Van Meyer:
Dr Natalie Trier:
written by JOHN FORTUNE starring Bernadette Shortt with Eileen Kennally and featuring James Lister 5: Divorce
1970: the end of a decade coincides with a turning-point in Maureen's life.
Designer GRAHAM LOUGH Producer RAY BUTT
Directed by PETER HAMMOND
The last of a series of documentary films following events over seven weeks in a village in Kenya.
Miisia's new bride meets her mother-in-law and her three co-wives. The morning after her wedding a bride should receive nine cows to start her own milking herd. But Miisia's mother discovers that Miisia has given away so many of his livestock to his friends that there are not enough left to give the bride her due. Meanwhile an ox is sacrificed to celebrate Miisia's new status as a father of grown-up children. Rerenko, another of the Prophet's sons, is still in prison. But his case is soon to be decided.
Photography DICK POPE Sound BOB ALCOCK
Film editor DAI VAUGHAN
Director MELISSA LLEWELYN-DAVIES
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
11.30 English Romantic Poets in Italy
In the early 19th century Byron and Shelley fled from the rumours and repressions of England. This programme deals with the relationships between the poets and Italy, the country they found refuge in.
11.55 Diffusion of Dutch Elm Disease
The spread of Dutch Elm Disease from the original centres of London, Bristol and Southampton across the English countryside illustrates the principles of Hager. stand's Diffusion Model.