7.15 Rome under Augustus
7.40 Education: The Mackenzie Story
8.5 Statistics: Patterns in Data
8.30 Ethnic Minorities: Colour
9.20 The Mechanisation of Spinning
9.45 Database: Information Systems
10.10 Pure Maths: Ideas of Space
10.35 Maths Methods: Ill-conditioning
11.0 Calculus: Symbols and Equations
11.25 International Marketing: The Agent
11.50 Technology: Making the Connections
12.15 Paris: La Belle Epoque
12.40 The Effective Manager: Crisis or Control?
1.5 The Power of Speech
1.30 Chemistry: Of Metals and Men
Susan Hayward Cliff Robertson
Taking his cue from Ben Jonson 's play
Volpone, international playboy Cecil Fox pretends he is dying and summons three of his former lovers to discover what they really think of him. A madcap millionairess accompanied by her nurse, a penniless princess and a fading film star duly arrive to pay homage. But Fox and his confidential secretary, McFly, have a few surprises in store for them....
Screenplay by JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ Based on the play Mr Fox of Venice by FREDERICK KNOTT from the novel The Evil of the Day by THOMAS STERLING
Produced by CHARLES K. FELDMAN Directed by JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ
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starring with The Day of the Savage
With a peace treaty about to be signed the news of an Indian uprising is quite baffling. When the old Sioux chief is found dead the mystery deepens.
Written by ROD PETERSON Directed by JOE KANE (R)
Voyager to Uranus
The Voyager 2 probe bypassed the planet Uranus on 24 January. Though it was discovered in 1781, not much has been found out about
Uranus, and in many ways it is a mysterious world, with a strange axial tilt and a system of dark rings.
Patrick Moore is at the space headquarters in Pasadena for the encounter, and in this special Sky at Night programme he is joined by the leading NASA experts to give the latest news and pictures of what Voyager 2 has to tell us about this mysterious green world. Videotape editor DEREK ORMAN Producer PIETER MORPURGO
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German. 15: Regensburg on the Danube, was a Roman outpost, a rich and influential trading centre and the seat of the first German parliament. Today it's well worth exploring the Altstadt and maybe stop for lunch at the Historische Wurstkiiche.
Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Director MARION ALLINSON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
Outbreak: The Microbe Masters the Mould
In 1981 hospitals in Melbourne were invaded by a microbe which was resistant to their antibiotics; patients were dying. This organism has now reached Britian. What can be done to combat it? Narrator Paul Vaughan Written and produced by OLIVER MORSE and DAVID DUGAN
The news of the day and the week.
Jan Leeming with today's latest news and sport. And
Moira Stuart reviews a week of news in pictures - with subtitles. Weather
for the Marley Trophy
Arnold Palmer has won two Open championships, one US Open and the US Masters four times in a career which has made him one of the greatest golfers in history.
Gary Player has won three
Open championships, one US Open, three US Masters titles and two US PGA
Championships, and even at the age of 50 is one of the most competitive players still on the pro circuit.
In the fourth programme they meet in a head-to-head match over nine holes of the Ailsa Course at Turnberry.
Introduced by Peter Alliss Assistant producer
DEREK MARTIN. DENIS KELLY Television presentation
RICHARD TILLING , ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
by STEPHEN SONDHEIM Angela Lansbury and George Hearn in the second of two programmes
Sondheim on Broadway
Sweeney Todd tells the ever-popular and grisly tale of the murderous career of the demon barber of Fleet Street. Based on a play by the English writer CHRISTOPHER BOND , it traces the story of Sweeney's revenge on society and features some of the composer's most haunting and original music. The
Broadway production of the show swept the board at the Tony awards and this special television production has just won three American Emmys. Introduced by Ronald Eyre
ELLEN M. KRASS , ARCHER KING Producer BONNIE BURNS Director TERRY HUGHES
The magazine of the arts and media presented by Russell Davies including
Photography: an interview with Alfred Eisenstaedt who has been called both the founding father and the master of modern photojournalism. This week the first major British retrospective exhibition of his work opened at the National Theatre.
Theatre: Doug Lucie is one of Britain's leading young playwrights whose work has been performed in fringe theatres and on television.
Tonight is his commercial theatre debut, with the opening of Progress at the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith. Print: Joseph Lelyveld , for many years an American newspaper man in South Africa, talks about his experiences there. His book Move Your Shadow, published this week, is an inside account of how apartheid is maintained.
Media: in Amusing Ourselves to Death Neil Postman argues that television, as the world's primary means of communication, is a trivialising, distracting medium that fits Huxley's vision of a Brave New World where control is maintained by inflicting pleasure.
Saturday Review - a mere television programme - takes up the arguments of Postman's book.
Researcher ANDREW EATON
Studio director JONATHAN FULFORD Producer KEVIN LOADER Editor JOHN ARCHER
The Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship
Dougie Donnelly introduces highlights from the second semi-final played tonight at the Coatbridge Indoor Club. With the finalists now known, the adrenalin has started to flow for tomorrow's live match worth Â£11,000 to the 1986 champion.
(Final tomorrow live at 2.30pm)
Bona idolises Gardo, a handsome young actor, and is overwhelmed when he condescends to notice her. Defying her respectable family, she moves into Gardo's home. Life with a movie star, however, is hardly the romance that Bona imagines.
Lino Brocka made his name at home as a prolific director of box office successes but has won international recognition for his acutely observed stories from contemporary Philippine life. Bona is a sharply realistic portrait of a young woman in love and, incidentally, pokes fun at the Philippine film industry.
Written by CENEN RAMONES Directed by UNO BROCKA
(A Philippine film with English subtitles. First showing on British television)
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