6.50 Physics: Energy to Go Round
7.15 Lord Kelvin's Clock
7.40 North Westminster Community School
8.5 Migration from a Turkish Village 8.30 Education: A Dependent Future
8.55 Colonisin' in Reverse (3)
9.20 Technology: Sulphuric Acid
9.45 Technology: Perfect Heat Engines
10.10 Maths: Multiplying Matrices
10.35 Maths Methods: Springs
11.0 Mathematical Functions
11.25 Selling Health
11.50 Technology: New Bearings for Old
12.15 pm Minimum Cost Flows
12.40 Modem Art: Van Gogh
1.5 The Changing Countryside
1.30 Chemistry: Crystals
Cary Grant Betsy Drake
In the first of two romantic comedies starring Cary Grant , he plays a doctor who becomes the object of a shop assistant's ambition.
Unfortunately for her, the store manager has some romantic ideas of his own, so complications soon abound ...
Screenplay by STEPHEN MOREHOUSE AVERY and DON HARTMAN
Produced and directed by DON HARTMAN
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Dr Madison Brown:
Cary Grant Irene Dunne
This delightful, if unlikely, comedy co-stars Grant with Irene Dunne as his explorer wife who 'goes missing' for seven years and turns up on the very day that husband
Nick is having his favourite wife declared legally dead. Ellen, who has been shipwrecked, is somewhat annoyed at his 'hasty' plans for a second marriage ...
Screenplay by BELLA SPEWACK AND SAMUEL SPEWACK
Produced by LEO MCCAREY Directed by GARSON KANIN
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This afternoon should bring together the current title-holders, Ireland 'A', with DENNIS TAYLOR , ALEX HIGGINS and EUGENE HUGHES , against Wales, seeded 4, represented by RAY REARDON , TERRY GRIFFITHS and DOUG MOUNTJOY.
DAVID icke introduces highlights of this best-of-nine-frames match from
Bournemouth International Centre. Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM. CLIVE EVERTON Summarisers JIM MEADOWCROFT. JOHN VIRGO
In the Wake of HMS Sheffield An Exocet missile smashed into HMS Sheffield, triggering an uncontrollable fire.
Twenty-one men died, many more were injured. Such real warfare is the only way to find out just how well technology and tactics work. Argentine pilots describe their attacks on the Task
Force. British captains respond. Will their new strategies and weapons be a match for the deadly supersonic missiles being made to replace Exocet? Narrator Paul Vaughan Written and produced by GRENVILLE WILLIAMS and EDWARD BRIFFA
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
The final programme in this series which has featured two of the greatest golfers the world has seen.
Arnold Palmer and Gary Player bow out in the company of one of England's football heroes,
Kevin Keegan , and a stalwart of the small screen on and off the golf course, Bruce Forsyth. Peter Alliss accompanies them over nine holes of the Ailsa Course at Turnberry. Assistant producers
DENIS KELLY. DEREK MARTIN Television presentation
RICHARD TILLING. ALASTA1R SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
A series of six programmes with Don Cupitt , Dean of Emmanuel College, Cambridge
5: Religion Shock
Christianity has traditionally preached 'one Church, one faith, one Lord', and by the end of the fourth century was executing heretics. The shock came when Christianity encountered the other major world religions, at least three of which also claim to incorporate and supersede all others.
Don Cupitt follows the stories Of SCHOPENHAUER (the first Western philosopher to feel the impact of Hinduism),
ANNIE BESANT (a remarkable Englishwoman who campaigned for a secular society and then became a theosophist) and VIVEKANANDA (the first Hindu missionary to the West).
Can the dialogue of world faiths give rise to new global understanding of religion? Assistant producer MUKTI JAIN
Producer PETER ARMSTRONG (R) * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
from the National Arts Centre, Ottawa
The internationally-renowned tenor visits Canada with his popular mix of music for all tastes.
Tonight Stuart is joined by Rosemarie Landry (soprano)
Corey Cerovsek (violin)
BRIAN LAW SINGERS
NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE
ORCHESTRA conducted by Robin Stapleton Producers
VINCENT DOWDALL. ALEX PARK Executive producers
J. MERVYN WILLIAMS. ROBERT SUNTER Director ROBERT GIBBONS BBC Wales
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Tonight's best-of-nine-frames match should see the Canadians, seeded 3 and captained by CLIFF THORBURN , with team-mates
KIRK STEVENS and BILL WERBENIUK , against England, seeded 2, and last year's runners-up, captained by STEVE DAVIS with TONY KNOWLES and JIMMY WHITE.
DAVID ICKE introduces coverage from Bournemouth International Centre.
The last in the current series of the arts and media magazine presented by Russell Davies , including: Film: No Surrender is
Alan Bleasedale 's feature film-writing debut, MICHAEL ANGELIS - who played
Chrissie in Boys from the Blackstuff - stars with BERNARD HILL, ELVIS COSTELLO and JOANNE WHALLEY in this surreal black comedy of orange and green rivalries, set in Liverpool's clubland. Print: Patricia Highsmith 's new thriller Found in the Street is set in New York's
Greenwich Village where she spent her youth. Unusually for Highsmith, the victim rather than the killer is at the heart of this novel.
Theatre: a new Stratford stage for the RSC - the Swan Theatre rises from the ashes of the original Shakespeare
Memorial Theatre which was burnt out in 1926. Artistic
Director Trevor Nunn explains how the company hopes to make a popular success of the works of Shakespeare's contemporaries.
Researcher ANDREW EATON
Assistant producer ALEX MARENGO Studio director MARK URBAN Producer KEVIN LOADER Editor JOHN ARCHER
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International Centre DAVID ICKE introduces coverage, the result and the line-up for tomorrow's final. Commentators
Summarisers JIM MEADOWCROFT
NICK HUNTER. PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
Clark Terry (trumpet and flugelhorn) made his name with the Count Basie and Duke Ellington orchestras, and Bob Brookmeyer (valve trombone) with the Gerry Mulligan Quartet.
Both players command their instruments with a dazzling technique, and in 'Things ain't what they used to be', Clark Terry delights the audience with his famous mumbled vocal interpretation.
The programme was recorded in 1964 for BBC2's Jazz 625. Accompanying Clark Terry and Bob Brookmeyer are LAURIE HOLLOWAY (piano) RICK LAIRD (bass)
ALLAN GANLEY (drums) Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton Produced and directed by TERRY HENEBERY (R)