10.20 Science Preparatory Maths: Angles
10.35 Countdown to the OU (4)
11.0 Studying with the OU
Andrew and the Deadly Double
Chris Serle discovers some golden moments from the BBC's film and videotape library. This week he looks at the time when most television is transmitted - night. Find out what goes on when Kieran Prendiville goes out at night for Tomorrow's World. See how to see in the dark: badgers from Badger Watch, foxes from 20th
Century Fox and even an owl who nearly didn't get away. Relive Saturday Night Live and see a train crash and the 1964 election complete with swingometer.
Guest Patrick Moore looks at some of the greatest events in space history and even plays the piano on The Sky at Night.
Director MIKE SEDDON
Series producer ALBERT BARBER
Jonathan Miller talks to eminent psychologists.
Professor Daniel Dennett , from Tufts University in Boston, describes how the study of computers and artificial intelligence has helped philosophy and psychology to enjoy a more fruitful relationship. Production PHILIP SPEIGHT DAVID F. TURNBULL (R)
Introduced by Nigel Starmer -Smith Watsonians v Hawick
Reigning Schweppes Scottish League Champions Hawick visit the much improved
Watsonians in this top of the table clash.
Highlights and news of the rest of the weekend's rugby. Commentator BILL MCLAREN Series producer HUW JONES
n starring Spencer Tracy
In 1620 the Mayflower left Plymouth for the 'New World'. For the settlers aboard there was to be an epic 96 day voyage under a surly captain through treacherous winter storms, before they set foot on the Cape Cod Peninsula.
Screenplay by HELEN DEUTSCH
From the novel by ERNEST GEBLER Produced by DORE SCHARY
Directed by CLARENCE BROWN
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Capt Christopher Jones:
A series for those who love sailing ships and the sea The Lovely Irene
The Bridgwater schooner Irene is both beautiful and practical. For more than 50 years she carried cargoes under sail around the shores of the British Isles. When her trading days were over she could easily have drifted into obscurity as a houseboat in a creek on the Thames. Fortunately her enterprising owner has restored her back to the rig and trim that she had when she first sailed in 1907. Narrator Tom Salmon Film editor JAMES HARTSELL Photography TIM JOHNSON Producer BRIAN HAWKINS BBC Bristol
In the third movement of Rachmaninov's Second Piano
Concerto, Jorge Bolet experiments with new interpretations of the work presented by Japanese pianist Chikako Shibata and Indian pianist Gavin Martin
Introduced by Michael Oliver Sound RON ALLAN
Videotape editor ARNOLD BROWN Lighting JOHN MCCAW
Producer HILARY BOULDING BBC Scotland
The weekly analysis of issues and ideas presented by Bryan Magee
This week: anthropologist Professor Ernest Gellner and psychoanalysts Juliet Mitchell and Dr Anthony Storr discuss: Psychoanalysis
- does it ever cure anyone? Researcher HILARY HODGSON Studio director LAN PAUL
Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN BBC Bristol
Moira Stuart looks at the best news pictures of the week. With subtitles
Editor BOB MCDOUGALL
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present Britain's most popular financial and business programme.
With LUKE CASEY, NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON reporting from home and abroad on your money, and other people's.
Including this week:
Japan: The Price of Success
In America the protectionist lobby want tariffs raised against Japanese imports. Common Market ministers were in Tokyo last Monday to express their worries. From
Tokyo Bill Horsley reports on the government's 'Action Programme' which encourages Japanese to buy foreign goods - and which is pouring billions of yen into new roads and housing, long neglected by an economy dedicated to manufacturing. Plus The Charity Business: the increasingly sophisticated science of persuading us to give.
Studio director DON HARLEY
Producer VICTOR VAN AMERONGEN Editor JONATHAN CRANE
Kingdom of the Ice Bear Part 1: The Frozen Ocean
Mightiest and most feared of all hunters, the polar bear stalks seals among the Arctic icebergs.
But after the great white bears have gathered to wrestle in the autumn snows, others reveal a gentle side to their nature - mothers lovingly tend their cubs as they emerge in the spring sunshine. Apart from the antics of ice bears and the crystalline beauty of the world's largest wilderness, the Arctic offers many other surprises.
Beneath the ice, one-horned narwhals - unicorns of the sea - share rich feeding with belugas and harp seals, to an underwater chorus of eerie cries and the strange song of the walrus.
And during the brief summer millions of visiting sea-birds hurry to breed before the disappearing sun leaves the ice bears to wander their kingdom for another long winter of darkness, silence and numbing cold.
Narrator Hywel Bennett Photography HUGH MILES
Film editor MARTIN ELSBURY Music composed by TERRY OLDFIELD
A Natural World special Produced by MIKE SALISBURY and HUGH MILES Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol
(Part 2 next Sunday)
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The second of 12 films about life in the Soviet Union. War and Peace
Valera Krylov is 18. Like almost all Soviet 18-year-olds he must now do his national service - two years in the Red Army, 1,000 miles from home. The film follows him through his last days at home, the final farewells, his induction and basic training. It is the first time a western film crew has ever filmed freely at a Red Army barracks.
After four weeks his parents arrive to watch him take the oath of allegiance that qualifies him as a soldier. It may be the last time they will see him for two years. Photography
KEVIN ROWLEY. REX MAIDMENT Sound
MICHAEL TURNER. CHRISTOPHER KING Editor ANDREW WILLSMORE Producer RICHARD DENTON
At breakfast-time this morning 150 cars blasted away from the starting line to drive the 65 special stages of this year's Lombard RAC
Rally in the shortest possible time, which is equivalent to driving flat out from
Canterbury to Aberdeen down twisting forest tracks.
William WOOLLARD introduces today's action and news live from Rally HQ in Nottingham. BRIAN JONES provides the commentary and SUE BAKER reports from the stages.
The third of six programmes by JOHN CLEESE and CONNIE BOOTH starring
Andrew Sachs and Connie Booth
Basil Fawlty decides to defend the hotel's standard of morality.
Designer PETER KINDRED
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES (R)
continues a major season of films new to television starring
Carmen Duncan Michael Aitkens
Eve - a former member of a terrorist organisation - has left Europe for Australia hoping to bring up her daughter, Chrissie in peace and safety. When Riley, her former lover, finds himself on the run from the IRA for refusing to kill innocent bystanders, he heads for Sydney pursued by two contract men. A nightmare chase begins as Eve and Chrissie run for their lives and become entangled with the killers.
Screenplay by GRAHAM HARTLEY based on the novel When We Ran by KEITH LEOPOLD
Produced by HARLEY MANNERS Directed by CHRIS LANGMAN
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A further and longer report on the first day of the Lombard RAC Rally plus the very latest news live from Rally HQ.
Michael Collins (clarinet) and Kathryn Stott (piano) play WEBER Grand Duo Concertant (Finale)