6.50 Ethnic Minorities: Colonisin' in Reverse (1)
7.15 What Did the Pupils Actually Do?
7.40 Changing Britain: The Multinational
8.5 Town and Country in Ancient Rome
8.30 Database: Local Authorities
8.55 Maths Methods: Complex Exponentials
9.20 Social Sciences: Turning it Round
9.45 Maths: Inverse Functions
10.10 Pure Maths: Orthogonal Bases
10.35 Topology: Orientability
11.0 Managing in Organisations
11.25 Maths Across the Curriculum
11.50 Biology: Membranes
12.15 Social Administration
12.40 Tanzania: Education for Self Reliance
1.5 Riccio's Bronzes
1.30 The Fall and Rise of the Small Baker
Einstein dreamt of a law that would explain all the phenomena of nature. Today, physics may be approaching that goal.
Narrator Paul Vaughan.
France in the 17th Century A series of programmes written and narrated by Edwin Mullins on the achievement of western painting from the 14th to the 20th century. Including today his description of De
La Tour's The Fortune-teller, Sir John Hale on Poussin's Venus Spied Upon by Shepherds and Anita Brookner on Rigaud's Louis XIV, all originally shown in the series One Hundred Great Paintings.
Directors CHRISTOPHER JEANS
MICHAEL SANDERS , KENNETH CORDEN Producers BILL MORTON and KENNETH CORDEN
Andreas Feininger was one of the first to use telescopic lenses, creating stunning images of New York.
In recent years he has concentrated on extreme close-up photography, revealing the beauty and function of nature. At his home in America he talks to Peter Adam
As literate and eloquent as any novelist ... .the jewel in the series
Film editor JULIAN MILLER
Producer PETER ADAM
Introduced by Jeremy James
Learn all the basics and improve your game week by week with Jeremy Flint.
Leaflet available from Bridge Club, [address removed]
Starring Walter Fitzgerald, Mervyn Johns
Ealing Studios' classic war film is a tribute to the Merchant Navy, based on the heroic recovery of MV San Demetrio by her crew in 1940. Carrying 12,000 tons of petrol and 900 miles from Britain, the ship was shelled by a German battleship and caught fire. What happened next was described by an official of the shipping company as 'an epic which will go down in history wherever tales of the sea are told'.
(Black and white)
Films: page 19
From the official account by:
Capt George Waite:
with Moira Stuart
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton with LUKE CASEY NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON
The Diesel Fraud - why the government is losing millions of pounds in diesel duty through a simple and hard to detect fraud.
Nuclear Goldfish - waste hot water from atomic power stations has spawned a profitable industry - fish farming.
Money Maker on Water
Rates - are you paying too much for your water? Director DON HARLEY
Deputy editor MICHAEL HOGAN Editor RICHARD TAIT
Written and presented by Michael Wood
In the past century archaeologists have tried to prove Homer's story true by excavating the legendary city of Troy. But is there evidence in the telling of the tale itself?
The written word has preserved Homer's story through the centuries. For him, though, the legend of the heroes came down through more than ten generations by word of mouth alone. Amazingly that story-telling tradition still survives today. Ireland, Turkish Armenia, Gallipoli and Troy itself provide some clues that might add up to a real Greek expedition against the city.
Les Dawson in conversation with Roy Plomley
Roy is received - with less deference than usual - into the comedian's opulent mansion in Lytham St Annes, where Les reveals his preferences in showbusiness, books and possessions. He also takes Roy on a tour of his favourite town, helps him judge a beauty competition and introduces him into a men-only club.
for the Marley Trophy
In this final match resident professionals Johnny Miller and Nick Faldo join forces and are challenged by formidable celebrity players Sean Connery and Jimmy Tarbuck over nine testing holes of the Ailsa Course at Turnberry.
Assistant producer DEREK MARTIN TV presentation
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
The television review presented by Ludovic Kennedy who this week discusses: Q.E.D.: The Science of Sexual Attraction (BBC1), The Last Place on Earth (ITV) and In Search of the Trojan War (BBC2).
With poet Christopher Logue, explorer Duncan Carse and broadcaster Anna Ford. Plus political columnist Simon Hoggart, who looks at the recent coverage of the miners' strike: has the criticism of television's reporting of the dispute had any impact?
Starring Frank Finlay
A Government Department with data on us all in its computers is not functioning quite as its ex-Head intended. Frank Strange sets out to clear his own name and finds he is investigating a murder.
Feature: page 82 and Woddis On: page 78
From the novel by:
Sir Gerald Dangerfield:
The Final from Melbourne
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the 50-overs-a-side competition, the showpiece final of what has been dubbed the 'greatest show on turf'.
Television presentation CHANNEL 9, AUSTRALIA