6.50 Ethnic Minorities: To Bedford from Busso (2)
7.15 Sociology: the Moonies
7.40 Changing Britain: Made in Dundee
8.5 Music: Score Reading
8.30 Comparing Cultures
8.55 Maths: Population Modelling
9.20 Questioning Assumptions
9 45 Maths: The Binomial Theorem
10.10 Pure Maths: Conic Sections
10.35 Computing: Roots of Equations
11.0 Systems Behaviour: Interpretation
11.25 Who Needs Maths?
11.50 Biology: Life on Seashores
12.15 Resources in Sound
12.40 Development and Learning: Bursts and Pauses
1.5 History of Mathematics
1.30 The MP's Surgery
The Miracle of Life
Lennart Nilsson 's special camera techniques take us inside the human body on a remarkable journey to the very beginnings of human life. Narrator Paul Vaughan
Produced for Sveriges television by BO G. ERIKSSON and CARL 0. LOFMAN Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
The Classical Tradition
A series written and narrated by Edwin Mullins including today his description of Poussin's Adoration of the Golden Calf, Anita Brookner on Ingres's The Turkish
Bath and Milton Brown on Seurat's La Grande Jatte all first shown in the series 100 Great Paintings. Directors ANITA
CRUM KENNETH CORDEN. BILL MORTON Producers
BILL MORTON , KENNETH CORDEN
Introduced by Jeremy James Jeremy Flint guides novices and regulars of the Bristol
Bridge Club towards a better understanding of the game. Director UNDA MCCARTHY Producer MARK PATTERSON
Leaflet available from Bridge Club, BBC, London W12 8QT
1: Alfred Eisenstaedt
The first in the series of six conversations with some of the grand old master photographers.
Alfred Eisenstaedt has been called the father of photo-journalism, the man who invented the candid camera. During 60 years of photographic life, first in Germany, later in America, he has photographed more famous people than any other photographer.
No fewer than 90 covers of Life Magazine have carried his pictures. But the cold statistics say little about the formidable record of his work. It is a testimony of events and people who shaped much of our present life.
He talks to Peter Adam in his New York office.
A priceless archive of interviews
Film editor JEFF SHAW
Producer PETER ADAM
Hosted by Noel Edmonds Prince, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Wham, Paul Young - these are just some of the top names of the record industry who gathered two week's ago at the Grosvernor House Hotel in London's Park Lane for the glittering annual awards of the British Phonographic Industry. Here's a second chance to see who picked up the most honours and which, in the opinion of the industry, were the most popular artists and bands of 1984. Guest presenters range from Neil Kinnock to
Billy Connolly , Pete Townshend to Toyah. There are also performances by Tina Turner Alison Moyet , Howard Jones Nik Kershaw , Bronski Beat Commentary by Mike Smith Executive producer for BPI DEKE ARLON
Designer DACRE PUNT
Produced and directed by MICHAEL HURLL
(First shown on BBC1)
Moira Stuart looks at the best news pictures of the week. With subtitles Editor BOB MCDOUGALL
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present Britain's most popular financial and business programme. With LUKE CASEY, NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON reporting from home and abroad on your money and other people's.
Including this week: Riders of the Night - private security is one of America's biggest businesses. Now armed security guards are taking over from the police in some of the toughest areas of the big cities. Could it happen here? Plus:
The Giveaway Glossies why magazine publishers are following the newspaper business in giving their products away free. Is the cover price doomed or can the traditional magazines fight back?
Director DON HARLEY
Deputy editor MICHAEL HOGAN Editor RICHARD TATT
written and presented by Michael Wood
For 3,000 years Homer's tale of the siege of Troy has gripped the imagination. But does the story of the wooden horse and Helen, the most beautiful woman in the world, go back to real events in the Bronze Age? This six-part series is the search to discover some of the answers.
1: The Age of the Heroes
Heinrich Schliemann started the modem archaeological search for Troy with digs in Turkey and Greece which, he believed, brought to life the age of Homer's heroes. Now accused by many of being a liar and a faker, Schliemann discovered priceless gold treasures; including, he claimed, the jewels of Helen herself. Forty years ago that treasure mysteriously disappeared from its hiding Place in Berlin.
Film editor PATRICK HAGGERTY
Executive producer COLIN ADAMS
Producer BILL LYONS. BBC Manchester
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Beryl Reid in conversation with Roy Plomley
Roy Plomley visits people of outstanding achievement in their own homes to find out what in their lives gives them the most pleasure.
Today Beryl Reid talks to him in her charming riverside cottage, where she cooks him a meal, models hats, shows her paintings, introduces her ten favourite animals and recalls highlights of her distinguished career. She also goes on a shopping spree in a market she describes as 'paradise'. Producer MICHAEL KERR
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for the Marley Trophy
It's Wogan again! Terry is back with Johnny Miller and his celebrity opponent is Jimmy Hill , who has Nick Faldo to help him along. Today's match over nine holes of the Ailsa Course at Turnberry will be vital. Assistant producer DEREK MARTIN Programme presentation
RICHARD TILLING , ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
Video Play Golf (BBCV 1004) from retailers
The television review presented by Ludovic Kennedy who discusses: Just Another Day (BBC2) about the Great Ormond St Hospital; ITV's drama serial The Practice and Last of the Summer Wine (BBC1).
Among those taking part are doctor and country singer Hank Wangford and journalist Bel Mooney
Director MARK URBAN
Producer KEVIN LOADER
Series producer JOHN ARCHER
by Elaine Morgan
Starring Eileen Atkins, Bernard Hill, John Shrapnel with Thelma Whiteley, Nicola Cowper, Geoffrey Chater
On a chilly winter's day in 1911, Kitty and Tom Higdon arrived in the Norfolk village of Burston to take up positions in the village school. Their arrival was to irrevocably change the lives of the villagers and their children.
A BBC Ariel Book telling the real life story of the rebellion will be available in the autumn.
Feature: page 4
The Rev C.T. Eland:
Clerk of the Court:
Kevin McCarthy Dana Wynter
The classic and highly influential science fiction thriller about the alien invasion of a small
Californian community, and one man's struggle to save the United States.
Returning home from a business trip
Dr Miles Bennell finds that his friends and patients are strangely altered - emotionless and somehow inhuman.
Gradually he discovers that their spirits have been infiltrated and that giant pods from outer space are taking over.
Screenplay by DANIEL MAINWARING Based on the Collier's Magazine serial by JACK FINNEY
Produced by WALTER WANGER Directed by don siegel
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