10.20 Science Foundation Course: Preparatory Maths - Numbers
10.35 Countdown to the OU: 1
11.0 International Marketing: Strategy
An alternative account of 1984, written and presented by Peter Adamson
1: The Awakening of Western Art
A series of 20 programmes written and narrated by Edwin Mullins
Today GIOTTO 's 'Lamentation of the Dead Christ' and duccio's 'The Blind Man' described by Alistair Smith , and PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA 'S 'The Resurrection' described by Sir David Piper.
Directors DENIS MORIARTY
ANITA CRUM , CHRISTOPHER MARTIN Producers
BILL MORTON , KENNETH CORDEN
Introduced by Jeremy James Learn all the basics and improve your game week by week as Jeremy Flint guides novices and regulars of the Bristol Bridge Club towards a better understanding of this enjoyable and challenging game.
Director LINDA MCCARTHY Producer MARK PATTERSON
The Message of the Genes by Dr Walter Bodmer The last in the series
When Will Pigs Have Wings? Modern genetics promises new drugs and less genetic disease. Embryos may eventually be screened for dozens, if not hundreds of genetic 'faults'. Should we embrace that prospect or go even further and engage in positive genetic manipulation, to engineer our future inheritance?
The BBC Television International
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall
Heat 3: England The competitors:
ERIC ELLIOTT with Fly
HARRY THOMAS with Bess DANNY WILD with Nicky Director MICHAEL KERR
Producer LAN SMITH
8: Chrysanthemums Director ERICA GRIFFITHS
Producer BRIAN DA VIES
Flower of the Month: tomorrow 7.35
The Men's Slalom from La Mongie, France
The world's top stars have gathered for the first Alpine racing of the New Year. Ski Jumping from Bischofshofen, Austria The climax of the Four Hills Championship and East
Germany's JENS WEISSFLOG is favourite to retain his title. Commentators
DAVID VINE, RON PICKERING TV presentation FRENCH AND AUSTRIAN TELEVISION SERVICES Producer JIM RESIDE
Moira Stuart looks at the best news pictures of the week. With subtitles Editor BOB MCDOUGALL
World Professional Championship
A record amount of prize money, E43,000, is at stake in the most prestigious tournament in the darts calendar.
This afternoon another four matches are played.
The outstanding contest is between Aussie TERRY O'DEA , and No 2 seed
England captain JOHN LOWE, who will be trying to repeat his major achievement of a nine-dart checkout to win another major sum of money, this time £52,000. Another classic duel is KEITH DELLER , ex-world champion, versus No 1 USA player NICKY VIRACHKUL. This is the third year in succession they have been drawn together in the first round.
Introduced by TONY GUBBA Commentators SID WADDELL , TONY GREEN
NICK HUNTER , KEITH MACKENZIE Producer KEITH Phillips
Harold Williamson presents six films about people determined to achieve a personal goal.
Evelyn Glennie, along with 600 other students at the Royal Academy of Music, London, is studying to become a musician. She has had to learn to 'hear' and play music in a special way - because she has been profoundly deaf since the age of 12. Music is Evelyn's life - whether it is developing her talent in percussion and piano, introducing deaf children to the joys of making music, or playing before a Royal audience in a performance which prompted SIR GEORG SOLTI to predict an exciting future for her.
'All I want is to be heard, to be judged on my ability like any other musician.'
Film cameraman DAVID SOUTH Film editor GRAHAM DEAN Producer TERENCE O'REILLY
Kinabalu, Summit of Borneo The highest peak in south-east Asia, Kinabalu, was once a mountain of legend and fable. To Chinese adventurers it was the abode of a dragon, rumoured to guard a pearl by a lake at the very summit.
Today's visitors have yet to find a pearl.... or see a dragon ... but there are riches of another kind. A cool island rearing precipitously from the hot and humid lowlands,
Kinabalu is a treasure-house of plant and animal life.
Bizarre carnivorous pitcher plants, big enough to drown a rat, share its slopes with huge begonias and stately tree-ferns. Flamboyant rhododendrons shelter the elusive ferret badger as it hunts for giant worms, and there are nearly 1,500 kinds of orchid, many found nowhere else in the world. Narrator Barry Paine Film cameramen
HUGH MAYNARD , STEPHEN BOLWELL Film editor COLIN CRADOCK Written and produced by PELHAM ALDRICH-BLAKE
Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol
Ludovic Kennedy discusses Wynne and Penkovsky
(BBC1), Give Us a Break (BBC1) and The Lambeth Boys (BBC2) with thriller-writer and former officer in the Intelligence Corps Ted Allbeury, and Clare Venables , director of The
Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Plus Josephine Buchan on how to become a presenter, with advice from Michael Aspel and Esther Rantzen. Studio producer BETH HOLGATE Producer JOHN ARCHER
World Professional Championship
Introduced by TONY GUBBA The final four matches in the first round make up this evening's session, with top of the list BOBBY 'DAZZLER'
GEORGE against the No 3 seed, British professional champion MIKE GREGORY ; and No 6 seed CLIFF LAZARENKO against Asian star PAUL LIM from Singapore.
by A. F. N. CLARKE
To the army it's known as 'bandit country'-that part of Northern Ireland close to the southern border.
Patrolling here is always tense, tiring, unpredictable and usually very dangerous. Contact - the army term for an armed exchange with terrorists - can take place at any time.
Writer A. F. N. Clarke was a Captain patrolling this area, and this is his story.
Film editor DICK ALLEN
Sound STAN NIGHTINGALE
Photography PHILIP BONHAM CARTER Produced by TERRY COLES Directed by ALAN CLARKE
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