6.50 James Hutton : Geologist
7.15 Music: Score Reading
7.40 Tanzania: Education for Self Reliance
8.5 Conflict and Security in the Nuclear Age
8.30 Popular Culture: Christmas Nationwide
8.55 Ethnic Minorities: To Bedford from Busso (3)
9.20 Sources of Power
9.45 Chemistry: Why Build Models?
10.10 Pure Maths: Isomorphisms
10.35 Maths Methods: Newton's Laws
11.0 Maths Across the Curriculum
11.25 Images of Health
11.50 Gambling on Science
12.15 Probability and Statistics
12.40 Modem Art: Manet
1.5 Sounds of Language
1.30 Chemistry: What Makes a Reaction Go?
The Last Chance Club in Las Vegas holds bitter-sweet memories for glamorous, ex-night-club singer Linda Rollins. While her wealthy husband gambles recklessly, Linda renews old acquaintances before theft, kidnapping and murder conspire to change her life -and her love ...
Jane Russell sings 'I get along without you very well' and 'My resistance is low' - both with lyrics by HOAGY CARMICHAEL - in this stylish mystery thriller.
Screenplay by EARL FELTON and HARRY ESSEX
Based on a story by JAY DRATLER Produced by ROBERT SPARKS
Directed by ROBERT STEVENSON and at 3.20
When two ex-marines working in the tourist trade off Cuba come across evidence of a sunken galleon, they set about an underwater search for a famous lost treasure.
Accompanied by two beautiful women - one of them the irrepressible Jane Russell - and a priest, their reward seems close but for the unwanted interest of some local fishermen ...
Screenplay by WALTER NEWHAM From a story by HUGH KING and ROBERT E. BAILEY Produced by HARRY TATELMAN Directed by JOHN STURGES
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Shadow of the Past
Jess Harper faces a series of surprises with the arrival of his long-lost sister and the body of her dead husband. The man's murky past is trouble enough, but then some bounty hunters ride into Laramie with a strange interest in the corpse ...
Directed by HERMAN HOFFMAN (R)
A series of 20 programmes 18: Mittenwald Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Film director GILL BARNES
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
The Children of Eve
The man-like creatures which roamed Britain and Europe 100,000 years ago are not the ancestors of present day
Europeans: some of the latest discoveries about just where we came from - and when. Narrator Paul Vaughan
Horizon editor ROBIN BRIGHTWELL Written and produced by JOHN GROOM
with Jan Leeming
Moira Stuart reviews a week of news - with subtitles.
for the Marley Trophy Arnold Palmer and Gary Player meet two new celebrity partners in the seventh match of the series. Wogan is back - Terry, unbeaten for years at this game, joins Arnold, while Gary has the help of actor Tom Courtenay.
Peter Alliss joins them at the Ailsa Course at Turnberry. Assistant producers
DENIS KELLY , DEREK MARTIN Television presentation
RICHARD TILLING , ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
Don Cupitt , Dean of Emmanuel College,
Cambridge, explores the revolution in ideas that has brought humanity from the Middle Ages to today's crisis of faith.
2: The Human Animal
Until the time of Charles Darwin , faith had followed the book of Genesis in giving man a unique place in nature. Suddenly Darwin's theory of evolution seemed to make the idea of special creation by God impossible.
Sigmund Freud 's consulting room in Vienna was the scene of an even greater challenge to Christian orthodoxy. Freud applied Darwin's ideas to the human mind and came to see all religious experience as a neurotic delusion.
But his most influential pupil disagreed. Carl Jung spent a lifetime exploring the experience of God as a power in the depths of the psyche. Assistant producer PETER DALE Produced and directed by PETER ARMSTRONG (R)
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The internationally renowned tenor visits Ireland for his ever popular mix of music for all tastes.
In the National Concert
Dublin Stuart is joined by Bernadette Greevy (mezzo-soprano)
Denise Kelly (harp) ST JAMES ' CHOIR
(piano accompaniment) RTE CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by Robin Stapleton
Lighting BERNARD KAVANAGH Sound CORMAC FLANAGAN Producers ANDREW QUICK ANNE MAKOWER
Executive producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS BBC Wales
Records. The Best of Aled Jones : BBC CD569
Cardiff Singer of the World 1985: REGL/ZCF581 from retailers
Presented by Russell Davies Opera: Peter Stein is one of European theatre's most exciting and influential directors. This week he makes his British debut with the Welsh National Opera's production of Verdi's Otello. The production is conducted by Richard Armstrong and the singers include Helen
Field and Geoffrey Lawton.
Art: scottie Wilson's art was collected by Picasso, although his bizarre paintings are little known now. George Melly introduces a selection of his work at the Third Eye Centre in Glasgow.
Culture: Jack Lang has been France's Minister of Culture since 1981. As the Mitterand administration attempts to retain power in next month's general election, Lang explains why the arts are so important to the French people - and their politicians. Theatre: The Saxon Shore is a new play by David Rudkin set around Hadrian's Wall at a time when the Roman
Empire was under constant threat. Does Rudkin see that situation as having lessons for the present? Assistant producers
MARK URBAN , JOHN WHISTON Director KEVIN LOADER
Producer JONATHAN FULFORD Editor JOHN ARCHER
Renate Schroeter Wigand Witting A season of outstanding television drama opens with a controversial German film. Due to an Act of God hit the headlines in Germany when the First Network found it too provocative to schedule: it was eventually shown on a regional network and sparked off a heated national debate.
1990. A tanker containing liquid gas collides with a transporter carrying nuclear waste outside a village in Saxony. As the emergency services seal off the area,
Dr Jorg Bensch tries desperately to break through the cordon to reach his 15-year-old son.
Written by HANS RÜDIGER MINOW Directed by RAINER BOLDT
(A West German film with English subtitles. First showing on British television)
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The first of six programmes from BBC2's celebrated Jazz
625 archive - recordings made more than 20 years ago featuring the best in jazz.
Coleman Hawkins , who died in 1969, is generally acknowledged as the father of the tenor saxophone. In the 1930s his large warm tone and rhythmic feeling were unmatched for years by his rivals.
This programme, recorded in 1964 at the Wembley Town Hall, features
Coleman Hawkins with HARRY 'SWEETS' EDISON (trumpet)
SIR CHARLES THOMPSON (piano) JIMMY WOODE (bass) JO JONES (drums)
Introduced by Steve Race Produced and directed by TERRY HENEBERY (R)