6.25 Maths: Complex Analysis
6.50 The Case of Czechoslovakia
7.15 Migration from a Turkish Village
7.40 Science: Drifting Continents
8.5 Science for Technology: Density and Viscosity
8.30 Interpreting a Dream
8.55 Minimum Cost Flows
9.20 Physics: Energy to Go Round
9.45 'No. Minister': Education Vouchers?
10.10 Psychology: Is it as Easy as ABC?
10.35 Education: Can You Hear Me?
11.0 Geology: Mapping in the Yorkshire Dales
11.25 Chemistry: Poisons that Paralyse
11.50 The Enlightenment: Strawberry Hill 12.15 The Effective Manager:
12.40 Dairy Cattle: Farmers Summing Up
1.5 The Changing Countryside: Scenic Setting
1.30 Electronics: Frequency Response
1.55 Classical Greece: The Theatre
2.20 Modem Art: Pissarro
2.45 Henry IV Parts I and II: Workshop 2
starring Will Hay
Clifford Mollison NBG Radio has few listeners, not surprisingly since its programmes are rubbish. When Garland, the incompetent Director
General, appoints a new programme controller his efforts are sabotaged by theatrical agents. But
Jimmie finds remarkable talent in the halls of 'Broadcasting House' - including singing charladies and a great dance band. AND AND
With TEDDY JOYCE AND HIS
BAND, EVE BECKE ,
FAY CARROLL , PEGGY COCHRANE YVETTE DARNAC ,
RONALD FRANKAU , ALBERTA HUNTER TED RAY
Screenplay by JACK DAVIES PAUL PEREZ , JAMES BUNTING ARTHUR WOODS
Produced by WALTER c. MYRCROFT Directed by ARTHUR WOODS
and from 4.40-6.30 pm
Come Blow Your Horn starring
Frank Sinatra Tony Bill
Lee J. Cobb
When Buddy Baker finally decides to kick over the traces and leave his parents' home, he finds an enthusiastic welcome at his elder brother's bachelor apartment. Alan is delighted to initiate Buddy into his carefree way of life and even introduces him to one of his girlfriends. Soon, however, Alan begins to have second thoughts-young Buddy is becoming a bit too debonair....
Screenplay by NORMAN LEAR based on the play by NEIL SIMON Produced by NORMAN LEAR and BUD YORKIN Directed by BUD YORKIN
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Sir Ffrederick Ffotheringhay:
The Year of the Comet Halley's Comet is now approaching the Sun and the Earth and is causing great interest. In this programme Patrick Moore explains when and where to look for the comet, and describes the various investigations which are to be carried out both from the Earth and by means of space craft
Producer PIETER MORPURGO A special Halley's Comet
Newsletter is available. Send sae to: [address removed]
with Moira Stuart Weather
Last of five films on modern France which expand on some of the documentary themes from
A vous la France!
Let the People Talk
The French are invited to talk about themselves, their country, their attitudes, the past, the present and the future.
Film editor LUIS ESPANA Producer FRANK ASH
(French with English subtitles. Shown last Sunday on BBC1)
England v Scotland Wales v Ireland
Nigel Starmer-Smith introduces highlights of today's home internationals. England belatedly play the first match in their Triple Crown challenge against a Scottish team who stand to either win the Calcutta Cup or the wooden spoon following last year's Grand
Slam. Wales and Ireland still have their eyes on possibly the Championship and particularly the Triple
Crown. So, two enthralling matches in prospect. Commentators in Twickenham BILL MCLAREN and BILL BEAUMONT
Commentators in Cardiff NIGEL STARMER-SMITH with GARETH EDWARDS
BILL TAYLOR (Twickenham) DEWI GRIFFITHS (Cardiff)
Series producer Huw JONES
Harry Carpenter 's Videobook of Sport, Volume 2: BBCV/BBCB 5019 Ireland's Triple Crown: BBCV/BBCB 5018
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Andrew Davis conducts a concert of music from
Russia and Finland given in St David 's Hall, Cardiff.
Borodin Polovtsian Dances Shostakovich Piano
Concerto No 2, Op 10
Sibelius Symphony No 2 in D, Op 43
JOHN LILL (piano) ARDWYN SINGERS Musical director
HELENA BRAITHWAITE BBC WELSH CHORUS Musical director
JOHN HUGH THOMAS
CARDIFF POLYPHONIC CHOIR Musical director
RICHARD ELFYN JONES BBC WELSH SYMPHONY
DESMOND BRADLEY Introduced by Brian Kay
Lighting STAN JONES
Sound FRANK MCCARTHY Executive producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS Directors
HEFIN OWEN. VINCENT DOWDALL BBC Wales
by TOM SHARPE , the last of six parts dramatised by MALCOLM BRADBURY
Blott's destructive night out has had no effect in stopping the motorway. But he is determined not to be beaten and plans one final campaign to protect the estate.
In the second of three programmes this weekend, Russell Harty meets Bob Geldof in concert and in conversation during a return visit to his native city. Research MARK JOHNSON Assistant producer MICHELLE BURGESS
Director JOHN ROONEY Producer ALAN WALSH
Executive producer KEN STEPHlNSON
Teresa Budzisz -Krzyzanowska Jerzy Stuhr Warsaw 1830. In the park a group of army officers is plotting a rebellion against the occupying Russians. Figures from
Greek mythology appear, prophesying victory but at the Royal Palace, Grand Duke Constantine, brother of the Tzar, declares his ambition to become King of Poland. The chants of the spirits of victory become more compelling and the uprising gathers momentum....
Film director Andrzej Wajda has made imaginative use of television techniques in this patriotic verse drama set in the real locations of the historical events.
Written by STANISLAW WYSPIANSKI Directed by ANDRZEJ WAJDA
(A Polish film with English subtitles)
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Grand Duke Constantine: