9.45 Geometry: Axioms
10.10 Ethnic Minorities: The Promised Land
11.0 History of Mathematics
11.25 A Renaissance Church in Rome
11.50 Maths Methods: Waves
12.15 Talking Turtle: Computers in the Classroom
Championship. The Final For the first time, BBC outside broadcast cameras cover all 18 holes on the final afternoon of this great championship. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
continues the season of films celebrating the 80th birthday of the British director, Michael Powell. starring
Marius Goring , Moira Shearer
Michael Powell and his collaborator
Emeric Pressburger successfully fused fantasy and reality in this lavishly produced story about a young ballet dancer faced with the choice between her career and her marriage.
Based on a fairy tale by HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
Written, produced and directed by MICHAEL POWELL and EMERIC PRESSBURGER
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The first of a series of six Mozart Piano Concertos played by artists of the same age as the composer when he wrote them.
Tonight Mozart's First Piano Concerto, the one in F (K 37), is played by Alexander Boyd , a pupil at the Junior Guildhall , who was 11 when this programme was recorded. The orchestra is the BBC Scottish Symphony under its principal conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
The series is presented by Jane Glover
Sound RON ALLAN
Designer GUTHRIE HUTTON Producer MIKE NEWMAN BBC Scotland
He aims to please, but where can Panda lay his paws on a muffler for a giraffe or a belt for an elephant?
English version directed by LOUIS ELMAN
Written by DING wu
Directed by CHEN ZUWEI and ZHOU KEQIN
Jan Leeming ; with subtitles. Editor BOB MCDOUGALL
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton with LUKE CASEY ,
NICK CLARKE , and MARK ROGERSON reporting from home and abroad on your money ... and other people's.
Including this week:
The French Connection: can bankers in London and Paris find the billions to realise
Napoleon's dream of a road across the Channel? Plus
Comic Cuts: how the children's magazine market is diversifying to survive. And Bitter Sweet: America exports its sweet tooth to Britain in the battle for chocolate sales.
Studio director DON HARLEY Producer MICHAEL SCHOOLEY Editor MICHAEL HOGAN
Horns of Dilemma
The rhinos of the world are vanishing, and all because the horns that they carry on their noses can fetch twice their weight in gold.
A web of illicit trade links the poachers of Africa to the souks of the Yemen and the medicine shops of Hong Kong. But does the object of that trade have any real value, or are the five kinds of rhinoceros being needlessly destroyed? Their plight is charted from the African savannahs to Java and the foothills of the Himalayas.
Although most rhinos are in danger of extinction, it is a journey full of surprises. Narrator John Hedges Filmed and produced by WOLFGANG BAYER Associate producer
PELHAM ALDRICH BLAKE
Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol
The Island of Hoy is the home of one of Britain's foremost composers,
Peter Maxwell-Davies .
Since moving there in the mid 1970s, the landscape, legend and literature have been a great source of inspiration to his work.
Tonight Russell Harty meets him on the ferry to Hoy.
by ALAN AYCKBOURN Introduced by JULIA MCKENZIE with Diana invites her friends to a jolly tea party to cheer up their bereaved friend Colin.
His reaction takes them all by surprise ...
Music arranged and conducted by HARRY RABINOWITZ
Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Designer DON HOMFRAY Producer SHAUN SUTTON
Director MICHAEL SIMPSON
starring James Dean who died 30 years ago tomorrow. Dean, the legendary idol of the 1950s, starred in just three feature films.
This work gave him the role with which he is most associated - the troubled and delinquent youth misunderstood by his parents and society. His highly charged performance helped create the cult which has persisted around his name.
Screenplay by STEWART STERN from a story by NICHOLAS RAY
Produced by DAVID WEISBART Directed by NICHOLAS RAY
(A Radio 4 documentary on the life of James Dean tomorrow at 7.20pm)
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World Matchplay Championship
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of today's final.
Robert Cohen (cello) plays Sarabande from BACH'S Suite in D minor.