6.5 Maths Methods: Waves
6.30 Introductory Electronics
6.55 The Thames Barrier
7.20 Black Holes
7.45 Chemical Processes: Zinc
9.30 Science Topics
9.52 Look and Read Badger Girl
1: Sounds in the Night
10.15 Mathscore Two 1: Take it Away
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.38 Exploring Science It's a Crystal World
From diamonds to the silicon chip.
Producer PETER BRATT
11.0 Junior Craft. Design and Technology
Up and Down the Hill Downhill
Producer DAVID TAFT
11.22 Japan: The Crowded Islands: The City
The startling contrast between the facade of Tokyo and life inside the Yagis house.
Producer LEN BROWN
11.44 Going to Work Finding Out
12.5 The Computer Programme An introduction to the use of computers. The language used is BBC BASIC.
1: It's Happening Now
12.30 Electronic Office
A six-part examination of office technology today and tomorrow. 1: Office on the Move
12.55 Whatever Happened to Britain?'sWill
1: Independent of Men's Will
1.20 Let's Go
Ten programmes for moderately handicapped young adults, presented by BRIAN RlX. 1: Let's Make Up Our Minds
1.38 Around Scotland 1: Riverbank
Who are You Looking at?
Is dressing up for effect an important means of communication?
2.30 English File
Charlotte and Jane
Charlotte Bronte anticipates the feminist writing of today. The award-winning drama documentary written by juua PASCAL and starring and Bronte and Jane Eyre.
Producer ANDREE MOLYNEUX
3.15 The Haynes. Hanson and Clark Stakes
(1m. Straight Course)
Won in recent years by Henbit. Shergar and Rainbow Quest, this race invariably comes up with a Classic pointer.
3.45 The Stable Stud and Farm Stakes (7f)
4.15 The Whatcombe Stakes (Handicap. 7f and 60y)
4.45 The Fairhurst Nursery Handicap Stakes (7f and 60y) Introduced by juuan wilson
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JIMMY UNDLEY , JOHN HANMER
TV presentation by BILL TAYLOR
Including Unity and Diversity and Three Families: Jerusalem Producer DAVID SAUNDERS
A BBC/Open University production
A play improvised by a drama class at a north London comprehensive school. Producer VIC LOCKWOOD
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Jonathan Heydon and David Whiting were friends before the challenge. Sue Gartland and Sarah Gibson were strangers. How would they get on? Sid Perou accompanied them. In the last of four programmes the walkers suffer Bad Jokes in Border Country.
Written, narrated by Paul Allen Film editor BRYAN JONES Executive producer DOUGLAS B. SMITH
On the track of an alien craft in the Mexican desert, Vincent is involved in a near-fatal
'accident'. He is saved by a man who has information vital to his search....
Written by DAVID CHANDLER and GEORGE ECKSTEIN
Directed by PAUL WENDKOS
A preview of a new series following the stories of entrepreneurs around the world.
The Finals: Part 1
Out of nearly 100 entries from 30 different countries, six final competitors now battle it out for the title of winnner of this world-famous musical event. Tonight, direct from Leeds
Town Hall, three of them play a complete concerto to a distinguished international jury.
Introduced by Richard Baker Guidance and commentary from Andr6 Previn
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra leader DENNIS SIMONS conducted by Vernon Handey (Competition in association with Harveys of Bristol)
(Finals: Part 2 and results tomorrow) (Simultaneous Broadcast with Radio 3. For the best effect, viewers with stereo Radio 3 should turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative.)
A six-part dramatisation depicting the life, work and ideas of Sigmund Freud , father of psychoanalysis.
Written by CAREY HARRISON 2: The Hypnotist
Paris, 1885. Charcot's sensational experiments with hysterical cases are the talk of the town and Freud is much impressed. But the Frenchman's belief that the root of hysteria lies, invariably, in the genitals is greeted with scorn when
Freud proclaims it in Vienna.
Undaunted, in his treatment of the Baroness, Freud persists with Charcot's methods and Breuer's 'talking cure'.
Cast in order of appearance:
Music composed by ILONA SEKACZ Lighting director HOWARD KING Designers
PETER BLACKER , SUSAN SPENCE Director MOIRA ARMSTRONG Producer JOHN PURDIE
Baroness von Lieben:
from Ashington, Northumberland
The leek and onion growers of the north east apply themselves to the task with religious fervour. Geoff Hamilton tries to discover the secrets of husbanding the biggest and best from Bob Bell, Ken Coombs and Bill Rutherford.
Production assistant JANE DON
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Plant list on Ceefax page 261
including the Liberal
Assembly Report. Peter Snow and Vincent Hanna present a full account of the day's proceedings at the Liberal Assembly in Bournemouth, with John Tusa and Donald MacCormick in London to assess the news at home and abroad.
Producer ELLIE UPDALE Editor DAVID DICKINSON
starring John Heard Bruno Kirby
Boston's one-time radical weekly "The
Black Bay Mainline' is losing its excitement on the way to making a profit. The radical flavour and excitement is disappointing and big business is interested in a take-over. The effect is devastating for the young and dedicated journalists and hangers-on who have committed so much of their lives to the paper and to each other. This lively comedy presents a wry and affectionate view of present-day America and the problems of success.
Produced by RAPHAEL D. SILVER Screenplay by FRED BARRON
Directed by JOAN MICKUN SILVER
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