6.25 Modulation and Noise
6.50 Research Methods: Simple Modelling
7.15 Modelling by Mathematics
7.40 Science: DNA, The Thread of Life
8.5 Ecology: Reclaiming Land
8.30 Leeds: A Study in Civic Pride
8.55 Volunteering and Self-Sufficiency
9.20 Animal Physiology: Buoyancy
9.45 Images: Seeing with Sound
10.10 Calculus: Geometric Vectors
10.35 Manpower Services and the School
11.0 Oil: From Small Beginnings
11.25 Energy Sources: Petroleum
11.50 St Paul 's Cathedral
12.15 Preparing for Summer School
12.40 Reading Development
1.5 Classroom Behaviour
1.30 Halogens and Noble Gases
1.55 Arts: Images of Class
2.20 Modem Art: Guernica
2.45 Tolstoy's Anna Karenina
In this enchanting romantic comedy directed by Douglas Sirk , three boys set out to find a wife for their widower father, lumberjack and part-time preacher, Will Hall. Their choice is
Vermilion O'Toole, dance-hall entertainer supreme - but arranging the match proves to be no easy matter.
Screenplay by RICHARD MORRIS Produced by ROSS HUNTER Directed by DOUGLAS SIRK
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The Comhill Insurance
England v Australia from Old Trafford Third day
PETER WEST introduces further coverage of this afternoon's play.
Commentators richie BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TONY LEWIS
Infra-red at Siding Spring Infra-red radiation, often termed 'heat', is an important part of the total range of wavelengths now being studied by astronomers.
Striking results have been obtained at the Siding Spring observatory in Australia. Patrick Moore talks to
Dr David Allen from Siding
Spring and shows some of the spectacular new pictures. Producer PIETER MORPURGO
A report by Trevor Philpott
Greenpeace fights in the front line of the conservation battle, where the whales or the seals are being killed, the toxic waste is being dumped, the bombs are being exploded. Their policy is non-violent direct action.
They break the law and make the headlines, and in a few years they've grown from a handful of west-coast idealists into a fashionable international movement.
This is the story of how it happened, told through some of their most impudent and most daring campaigns. Producer CAROLINE WEAVER Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol (R)
Jan Leeming ; Weather
Robert Kee introduces the first of four films which recall the life and work of reporter Rene Cutforth who died last year.
A Reporter Returns
One of the last of a vanishing breed of radio correspondents and war reporters,
Rene Cutforth was also a writer of great talent who travelled widely as a journalist for television. He was one of the BBC's Special
Correspondents for the first tragic year of the Korean War.
It was an assignment that culminated with the heroic stand of the Gloucesters at the Imjin River. Of the 741 men in the battalion only 46 reached their own lines.
Rene Cutforth was one of the last journalists to leave the deserted capital of Seoul.
Twenty years later, in 1971, he returned to South Korea to see what this energetic country, still divided from the North, had made of its ruin. Series compiled by JENNY CROPPER
Produced by RICHARD TAYLOR
continues a season of films by the distinguished writer-director Bryan Forbes
starring Leslie Caron, Tom Bell
Based on a bestselling novel, this engrossing movie is centred around the life and inhabitants of a crumbling west London mansion. In the various bedsits managed by a grasping landlady are prostitutes, a failed writer, a black jazz musician, a lesbian actress and a beautiful young French girl, Jane, who wonders whether to have her illegitimate baby, and seeks help from her neighbours ... As the nearby posters proclaim - all human life is here....
Screenplay by Bryan Forbes based on the novel by Lynne Reid Banks
Produced by James Woolf and Richard Attenborough
Directed by Bryan Forbes
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A second chance to see four programmes in the series which celebrated 30 years of Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the City Varieties Theatre in Leeds.
For your delectation and delight, your chairman,
Leonard Sachs , introduces Roy Hudd
Sally Ann Howes The Krankies
Benjamin Luxon Davy Kaye
Dieter Tasso Jenny Wren
Members of the Players' Theatre, London PENN RIGDEN
GRAHAM RICHARDS By arrangement with STANLEY AND MICHAEL JOSEPH Choreography
DOREEN HERMITAGE Musical director
BERNARD HERRMANN Producer
BARNEY COLEHAN BBC Manchester
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Australia from Old Trafford
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the third day's play.
Executive producer NICK HUNTER