6.25 Introduction to Economics
6.50 Ethnic Minorities: Colonisin' in Reverse (3)
7.15 Sociology: The Home -Castle or Cage? (1)
7.40 Changing Britain, Changing World
8.5 Music: Cadences
8.30 Cognitive Development: Testing Infants
8.55 Maths Methods: Springs
9.20 Economic Crises
9.45 Maths: Classifying Cubics
10.10 Maths: Multiplying Matrices
10.35 Computing: Linear Equations
11.0 A Question of Control
11.25 Social Administration: The Client
11.50 Biology: Allostery
12.15 Images: The Crab Nebula
12.40 Language Development
1.5 Technology and Change: Sulphuric Acid
1.30 Thermofluid Mechanics: Perfect Heat Engines
How and why six young people have stuck with science - or abandoned it - since "Horizon" last filmed them at O-level time.
Sophia Loren is the temptress in pink tights and Anthony Quinn is her 'leading man' in a group of touring hellraisers who earn their living entertaining in the mid-west theatres and saloons. Screenplay by DUDLEY NICHOLS andWALTER BERNSTEIN
Based on the novel by LOUIS L'AMOUR Produced by CARLO PONTI and MARCELLO GIROSI Directed by GEORGE CUKOR
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Manfred 'Doc' Montague:
Introduced by Jeremy James Learn all the basics and improve your game week by week with Jeremy Flint Director LINDA MCCARTHY Producer MARK PATTERSON
The Marlboro Daily Express International Trophy The first round of the European Formula 3,000 Championship, a newly devised series for Formula One type cars with the familiar Cosworth engines. MURRAY WALKER , with TIFF NEEDELL, describes this afternoon's premiere event designed to produce evenly matched performance and therefore highly competitive racing.
Producer JIM RESIDE
England's nine-man squad face stiff opposition from the Ethiopians, who have won the team title for the last four years, and the Portuguese, who include last year's individual winner
CARLOS LOPEZ. The world's fastest marathon man, STEVE JONES , runs for Wales.
In the women's race, ZOLA BUDD competes for the first time and may help England's team improve on last year's second place. Commentators RON PICKERING , STUART STOREY and BRENDAN FOSTER Television presentation PORTUGUESE TV SERVICE
with Jan Leeming plus subtitles
Editor BOB MCDOUGALL
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton with LUKE CASEY , NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON
Can Unesco Survive? With
Britain threatening to follow the US and pull out of the UN's educational organisation, can Unesco cope with the loss of a quarter of its budget?
The Computer Steptoes: How a new breed of scrap dealer is making a handsome profit out of the latest growth area - electronic scrap. Director DON HARLEY
Deputy editor MICHAEL HOGAN Editor RICHARD TAIT
written and presented by Michael Wood
In the Bronze Age the Mediterranean was ringed by great powers whose territory was protected by military strength and diplomatic alliance. So how would Agamemnon's ten-year war on the shores of Asia have been viewed by his neighbours?
5: Empire of the Hittites
Remarkable finds in central Turkey have unearthed the foreign office records of the Hittite emperors. With these clay tablets, now held in East Berlin, it is possible to reconstruct the diplomatic crisis which may have surrounded a real-life Trojan War. It includes a 500-mile 'campaign' through Turkey in the footsteps of the Emperor Hattusilis, and a confrontation with the 'Great King of Greece' himself. Film editor ROY NEWTON Executive producer COUN ADAMS
Series producer BILL LYONS BBC Manchester
Lady Antonia Fraser in conversation with Roy Plomley
This historian and mystery writer welcomes Roy into her beautiful west London home, where she shows him some of her most cherished possessions as well as the garden she tends herself. She also takes him to her favourite castle and her favourite hotel; introduces him to her favourite food; consults a fortune-teller; and listens to her favourite singers in performance. Producer MICHAEL KERR
Lumley Castle is the setting for tonight's musical offering as Russell Harty meets the Felling Male Voice Choir BBC Manchester
Last in the series of television reviews presented by Ludovic Kennedy who discusses:
EastEnders (BBC1), the drama serial Late Starter (BBC1), and the satirical puppet show Spitting Image (ITV).
Among those taking part are David Lodge , novelist and Professor of English at Birmingham University, actor Michael Palin of Monty Python and writer and soap opera expert Dorothy Hobson.
Plus Jerzy Kosinski , who won a BAFTA award for his screenplay of Peter Sellers's last film Being There, talks about the effect of television viewing on the American psyche. Does television stimulate or stifle the imagination?
Studio director KEVIN LOADER Producer JOHN ARCHER
The second of a two-part presentation of the story of Gary Gilmdre , adapted from the book by NORMAN MAILER starring
Shortly after the murder of motel manager Bennie Bushnell , a witness identifies Gary Gilmore as the killer. At the trial the jury vote for the death penalty. In Utah State
Prison, Gary demands that the sentence be carried out by firing squad, while the world press descend to observe the legal chicanery that has started to roll.... and DENNIS L. BOAZ
THE REV THOMAS J. MEERSMAN
BOB MOODY , TED PEACOCK and Screenplay by NORMAN MAILER based on his book
Produced and directed by LAWRENCE SCHILLER
(First showing on British television)