6.50 Landscape: Bodmin and Dorset 7,15 Classical Greece: The Theatre
7.40 Education: A Place for Play
8.5 Women and Sport
8.30 Education: Equal to the Task
8.55 Ethnic Minorities: Colonisin' in Reverse (2)
9.20 Florence (2)
9.45 Chemistry: Poisons that Paralyse
10.10 Pure Maths: Lagrange's Theorem
10.35 Maths: Differential Equations
11.0 The Islands of Hawaii
11.25 Handicapped in the Community
11.50 Electronics: Frequency Response
12.15 Probability and Statistics
12.40 Modem Art: Pissarro
1.5 The Changing Countryside: Scenic Setting
1.30 The Picture Wings of Hawaii
Joan Bennett Robert Ryan
Charles Bickford Made by the great
Jean Renoir , the first of two mystery thrillers starring Joan Bennett.
Scott Burnett , a young naval lieutenant working for the US Coastguard, encounters the beautiful wife of a blind artist. Neglecting his fiancee, Scott's obsession leads him to the conviction that the artist is a brutal man who has not really lost his sight....
Screenplay by FRANK DAVIS and JEAN RENOIR
Based on the novel None So Blind by MITCHELL WILSON
Produced by JACK J. GROSS Directed by JEAN RENOIR and at 3.5
Secret Beyond the Door starring
In Mexico on holiday, Celia Barrett meets
Mark Lamphere , and after a whirlwind courtship they marry. Back in New England she soon discovers another, disturbing side to her husband's character - and determines to find what is behind a locked door.
Screenplay by SYLVIA RICHARDS Based on the story
Museum Piece No 13 by RUFUS KING
Produced and directed by FRITZ LANG
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starring with Fall into Darkness
Slim is caught up in a desperate race against time when he goes to help a woman lying injured at the bottom of an old well. A delicate rescue operation is made no easier when a gang of stage robbers - including the woman's husband - arrive on the scene. Written by ROD PETERSON Directed by JOE KANE (R)
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German.
The last programme visits Salzburg, the baroque city where Mozart was bom and which is famous for its annual international music and drama festival. Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Film editor TERRY WILLIAMS
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDIN1
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In the last 25 years France has changed dramatically - from a rural almost peasant land into a wealthy modern economy and a world leader in high-technology. "Horizon" tells the story of how this remarkable transformation has taken place.
Written and Produced by:
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 In this penultimate programme of the series, champion jockey
Steve Cauthen joins Gary Player , himself a lover of horses, in a match against Arnold Palmer and comedian Tommy Cannon (without Ball).
Peter Alliss describes the contest over nine selected holes of the Ailsa Course at
DENIS KELLY. DEREK MARTIN Television presentation
RICHARD TILLING. ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON Video
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Don Cupitt , Dean of Emmanuel College,
Cambridge, explores the revolution in ideas that has brought humanity from the secure world-view of the Middle Ages to today's crisis of faith.
4: Prometheus Unbound
During the 1840s European thought was still reeling from the French Revolution.
In Paris the young Karl Marx believed that by rejecting religious authority man could realise his true nature. From Marx's office, refurnished for the series, Don Cupitt traces the origins of political atheism.
In Copenhagen, during the same years, the Christian philosopher
Soren Kierkegaard was struggling to respond to the rise of humanism with a new philosophy - existentialism.
Produced and directed by PETER DALE Series producer
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Singel Hall , Antwerp The internationally renowned tenor visits
Belgium for his ever popular mix of music for all tastes. Tonight Stuart is joined by Rita Piron (soprano)
MIA VINCK CHILDREN'S CHOIR
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF
BELGIUM conducted by Robin Stapleton Lighting jos NYS
Sound EMIEL VAN CAMPENHOUT Producers EDDY STEYLAERTS LODE VERSTRAETE Executive producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS BBC Wales
The magazine of the arts and media, presented by Russell Davies including:
Architecture: as the Lloyds building in the City of London approaches completion, its designer Richard Rogers talks to
Bryan Appleyard. How far has Rogers's work been part of a recognisable movement in modern architecture? Video: how far can home video equipment be used to re-discover the traditions of storytelling and family history that have traditionally been threatened - not promoted - by television?
Print: Jonathan Meades investigates crime writer
Robin Cook , whose novels have won him cult popularity in France, and who publishes here under the name of Derek Raymond.
Fashion: Azzedine Alaia is being hailed as this year's most influential designer. In his Paris workshop, he describes how his clothes are intended to reveal the natural form of the human body. Assistant producers
CHRISTOPHER HALE. MARK URBAN Director ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES Producer KEVIN LOADER Editor JOHN ARCHER
(Orfaos da terra) starring
A prize-winning film from Brazil continues the season of outstanding television drama.
Like most of the women in her village, Do Carma is a 'drought widow'. Her husband has left to find work in the south and Do Carma has to struggle to feed herself and her four children. With work as rare as water and her credit at the store running low, Do Carma finds unexpected allies.
Written by AGUINALDO silva
Directed by PAULO AFONSO GRISOLU (A Brazilian film with English subtitles. First showing on British television)
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Benny Golson began his career as a tenor sax player and worked with Tadd Dameron, Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, and later Art Farmer. His compositions 'Whisper not' and 'I remember Clifford' have become jazz standards.
In this 1964 recording from BBC2's Jazz 625 archive he directs a 24-piece British band, augmented to include euphonium, four horns, two oboes and cor anglais, playing a selection of his own exciting arrangements.
Among the soloists featured: Jimmy Deuchar (trumpet) the late and much missed Tubby Hayes (tenor sax) Keith Christie (trombone) Dave Goldberg (guitar).
Introduced by Steve Race.