6.25 Introduction to Economics
6.50 Colonisin' in Reverse (2)
7.15 Urban Change
8.5 Women and Sport
8.30 Computing: Sequences and Arrays
8.55 Maths: Differential Equations
9.20 Social Sciences: What Price the Workers?
9.45 Maths: Tutor-Marked Assignments
10.10 Pure Maths: Lagrange's Theorem
10.35 Probability and Statistics
11.0 Design Processes: Fit for the Job
11.25 Education: Equal to the Task
11.50 Enzyme Structure and Function
12.15 pm Art and Environment
12.40 Education: A Place for Play
1.5 History of Mathematics
1.30 Fanning: Organic or Intensive
Fads Homecare British International Championship, Wales v England, from St David 's Hall, Cardiff. The climax of this three-match series between England, Scotland and Wales.
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY Written and produced by ROBIN BOOTLE
France in the 18th Century Last in a series of programmes written and narrated by Edwin Mullins including this afternoon his description of Watteau's
The Island of Cythera and Boucher's Girl on the Couch, and Anita Brookner on Vigee-Lebrun's Self-Portrait with her Daughter, all originally shown in the series One Hundred Great Paintings. Directors ROBIN LOUGH
CHARLES CHABOT , BILL MORTON Producers
BILL MORTON. KENNETH CORDEN
Introduced by Jeremy James with Jeremy Flint
Director UNDA MCCARTHY Producer MARK PATTERSON
This film shows 90-year-old Jacques-Henri Lartigue taking pictures for French Vogue; yet he started to photograph over 80 years ago. Lartigue guides Peter Adam through his photograph albums which are now kept in a French museum.
A tactful and penetrating interview ...
Film editor JUUAN MILLER
Producer PETER ADAM
Wales v England
Further coverage with highlights of the afternoon's play and the result of today's final match of the series.
with Moira Stuart Plus subtitles
Editor BOB MCDOUGALL
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton with LUKE CASEY , NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON
Northern Dancer: How the horse no one wanted now commands$lm stud fee and has become the foundation of America's bloodstock industry.
The Winged Messenger:
Mercury was set up a couple of years ago to provide an alternative telecommunications service to British Telecom. Can it take on its giant rival to provide customers with what they want?
What's in a Name? How computers are choosing the brand names the marketing men hope will prove to be winners.
Director DON HARLEY
Deputy editor MICHAEL HOGAN Editor RICHARD TAIT
written and presented by Michael Wood Helen of Troy is remembered as 'the face that launched a thousand ships'. But did such a Greek queen really live in the 13th century BC, and was she carried off by the Trojan prince, Paris?
4: The Women of Troy
To the Bronze Age visitor, Agamemnon's golden Mycenae would have presented an image of overwhelming wealth and splendour. But palace archives tell a less heroic story-of an economy that depended on the sacking of cities, and of women seized in battle as slaves and booty. Have we enough clues to explain not only Helen's part in Homer's famous tale, but even that of the wooden horse?
Film editor PATRICK HAGGERTY
Executive producer COLIN ADAMS Series producer BILL LYONS BBC Manchester
Ian Botham in conversation with Roy Plomley
This week it is the turn of one of England's finest all-round sportsmen to play host to Roy in his family home near Scunthorpe. He reveals his favourite colour, his favourite hobbies, his favourite music, and his favourite places, not only in Great Britain, but in the world.
Producer MICHAEL KERR
St Patrick's night with a difference as Russell Harty is entertained and enthralled by a group of Irish priests - who do it their way.
The television review presented by Ludovic Kennedy who discusses this week: In the Secret State (BBC2),
Television (ITV) and Wogan (BBC1). Among those taking part are Clive James and Margaret Matheson. Plus feminist author
Rosalind Coward , who looks at the attitudes to sex found in natural history programmes.
Director MANDY TEMPLE
Producer DAVID F. TURNBULL Series producer JOHN ARCHER
The first of a special two-part presentation of the story of Gary Gilmore , adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by NORMAN MAILER starring
One summer evening in 1976, Gary Gilmore shot dead a petrol station attendant. The following night he killed a motel manager. From his prison cell he demanded his execution - the first in a decade in the USA.
Part 1: April 1976, Illinois.
35-year-old Gary Gilmore is released on parole from federal prison and joins his cousin Brenda Nicol in Provo, Utah. He meets
Nicole Baker , an attractive 19-year-old mother of two.
Falling in love, they begin a tempestuous relationship that leads to impossible tensions on both sides ...
Screenplay by NORMAN MAILER , based on his book
Produced and directed by LAWRENCE SCHILLER
(First showing on British television. Part 2 next Sunday)
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