6.25 Chemical Processes: Zinc
6.50 The Thames Barrier: Systems in Action
7.15 Black Holes
7.40 Continental Crust: Ancient and Modem
8.5 Change in a Therapeutic Community
8.30 Quantum Theory: Electrons and Photons
8.55 Social Science: Competing Theories?
9.20 Geometry: Axioms
9.45 Images: Albert Crewe 's Atom
10.10 Orpheus Britannicus
11.0 Creating Equals in Class
11.25 Education: A Second Chance
11.50 Biology: Pollination
12.15 The Search for Hydrocarbons
12.40 Kafka and his World
1.5 Chemistry: Too Much of a Good Thing
1.30 Maths Methods: Waves
The Hennessy Cognac Cup from Ferndown Golf Club
Today's final brings together the two top golfing nations of Europe. The two teams of four players meet in matchplay format of fourball and singles matches and the winners will take away £40,000.
Commentators HARRY CARPENTER
PETER ALLISS , CLIVE CLARK
BRUCE CRITCHLEY and ALEX HAY Producers
RICHARD TILLING , ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
In the first of four programmes the famous Korean violinist
Kyung Wha Chung plays with and directs the Scottish
Chamber Orchestra, leader
JOHN TUNNELL , in a scintillating performance of Bach's Concerto in A minor.
The orchestra, directed from the harpsichord by Trevor Pinnock , opens with the Overture and March from the Occasional Oratorio by Bach's great contemporary, Handel. Producer JAMES HUNTER BBC Scotland
Jeremy James introduces news and commentary from the World Championships in Moscow, between Anatoly Karpov and challenger Gary Kasparov. commentor Bill Hartston Producer JILL DAWSON Woddis On: page 82
plus a visual commentary with Moira Stuart
Britain's most popular financial and business programme is back, presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton with LUKE CASEY ,
NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON reporting from home and abroad on your money and other people's.
Including this week Crock of Gold: how some of Britain's biggest banks got more than they bargained for when they ventured into the North
American market; and The
Petrol Promotion War: who is getting most out of the current marketing battle on the garage forecourt - the motorist or the oil companies? Director DON HARLEY
Deputy editor MICHAEL HOGAN Editor RICHARD TAIT
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Congo Michael Wood , long fascinated by the Congo, travels to
Kinshasa - capital of Zaire - for a voyage up river. He begins on the Colonel Kokolo, a floating town with 1,500 passengers crammed into rusty barges for 1,000 miles. At the Equator he takes a tramp steamer for Kisangani, formerly
Stanleyville. Finally he hitches a ride on the mission boat
Sarah, which carries him up the Lualaba River and on to the high savannah.
His view, from the decks of these working river-boats is very different from that of earlier travellers to 'the Dark Continent'.
Music by TERRY OLDFIELD Photography DAVID SOUTH Sound MIKE SAVAGE
Film editor PETER ROSE Series producers
ROGER LAUGHTON , DAVID WALLACE Director DAVID WALLACE
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In which Alec Clifton-Taylor, with his unrivalled enthusiasm for buildings, takes a discerning took at six of England's historic towns.
The fishing town of Whitby, on the north-east coast, clings to the steep hillsides of the estuary of the River Esk. The bare, windswept top of the East Cliff is dominated by the haunting ruins of Whitby Abbey and the strange, squat tower of St Mary's Church. "But the interior is a thrill. Absolutely unforgettable. Not a work of art, but a most illuminating social document." Marine Parade has clearly seen better days, but there are things to gladden the heart: Corinthian porticos, Gibbs surrounds, stepped keystones -echoes of the former glory of these once-fine houses. "And, joy of joys, there are no highrise buildings anywhere. There can be very few English towns that have managed to retain their 19th-century character so completely as this one."
Music composed by:
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
The last of ten programmes YTS Trainees
Tyne North Engineering Centre, Wallsend
Film editor GREG MILLER
Producer PHILIP DONNELLAN
by STEPHEN DAVIS
A film about Andrei Sakharov It is 1957. Inside the secret heart of the Soviet Nuclear
Weapons Research Programme, a brilliant and successful young scientist begins to have doubts about the safety of atmospheric testing. So starts the dangerous and remarkable journey of Andrei Sakharov from the pinnacle of Russian society, through growing conflict with a menacing and inflexible bureaucracy, to disgrace and vilification at the hands of the State. The film ends in 1976 with Sakharov the moral leader of the new class of Soviet intelligentsia - the dissidents. Four years later he was to be banished to exile in Gorky where, subjected to increasing pressure from the authorities, he has remained to this day. A fine tribute (THE GUARDIAN)
A film of ideas and polemic (THE TIMES)
Film editor JIM LATHAN
Producer MICK JACKSON
concludes the tribute to one of the screen's most memorable actors with Alec Guinness Elizabeth Taylor
Although seemingly unconcerned by the barbaric cruelties of the Haitian regime, Mr Brown , a hard-up hotel owner, finds himself increasingly involved in the political activities on the island. In an effort to help Major Jones, who is arrested by the infamous Tontons
Macoute, Brown finds himself involved with the rebel forces and his aimless life takes on a new meaning....
Screenplay by GRAHAM GREENE based on his novel
Produced and directed by PETER GLENVILLE
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