6.50 Introduction to Calculus
7.15 Biology: Insect Hormones
7.40 The Selling of the New Deal
8.5 King Frederick and Voltaire
8.30 Education: Learning Maths Together
8.55 Docklands Light Railway (3)
9.20 Force and Violence
9.45 Maths: Catastrophe Theory
10.10 The Ghent Altarpiece
10.35 Science: Alcohols Apart!
11.0 OUSA National Conference 1986
11.25 Sociology: Caste and Class
11.50 The 19th-century Novel
12.15 Pine Point Mine: Ore to Metal
12.40 Wind on Shetland
1.5 Mechanics: Dynamic Analysis
1.30 Lavas of Etna
Introduced by Steve Rider
Hampshire v Nottinghamshire The John Player Special League title escaped
Hampshire by a bowler last year, or so they say. STEVE ANDREW might be the difference this time. And there's MALCOLM MARSHALL of course, he of the frenzied approach. RICHARD HADLEE opts for country latterly but club today. PETER WALKER and RALPH DELLOR from 2.0.
More from the Hewlett Packard-very-long-title championships at Coventry, with ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND. Important meet this with the Commonwealth Games selectors snooping around.
The best way of explaining the Nations Cup is to hand over to RAYMOND BROOKS
WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY at
4.30. Suffice at the moment to say that Everest Double
Glazing are the sponsors and there are seven teams competing with horses.
The World Cup is off and running. Brazil and France are attractive and reasonably priced, you'll see why. Television presentation: Cricket ALAN GRIFFITHS
Swimming ALASTAIR SCOTT
Show Jumping WENDY SHEPPARD Studio producer. Grandstand CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Assistant editor. Grandstand BRIAN BARWICK
Producer, Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor, Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS
The Money Programme Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present the last programme in the present series.
Reporters PAUL BURDEN
LUKE CASEY , MARK ROGERSON and MALCOLM WILSON Studio director DON HARLEY
Producer VICTOR VAN AMERONGEN Editor JONATHAN CRANE
Introduced by Tony Soper with lain Guest
A series of dives in search of a square meal may look exhausting, but signals transmitted by ducks reveal they make light work of it. Fluid Plans
If the water industry is privatised, will wildlife and the countryside be jeopardised?
Editor ROBIN HELLIER. BBC Bristol
Forty-two million people are blind and millions more have diseases which can lead to blindness. Orbis, a converted jet manned by volunteer surgeons and nurses, is one response to this terrible problem.
Join this 'flying M*A*S*H' team in Bangladesh and follow them as they share their skills with local doctors, and often learn from their hosts as well. Then this medical circus flies on to Thailand, Nepal, Iraq ... In much of the world the blind rate a very low place in a nation's priorities, so often the mere arrival of the shining, white eye-hospital attracts the interests of national rulers. Orbis changes attitudes.
Film cameraman MIKE SPOONER Film editor PETER HARRIS Producer TONY SALMON
Series editor TIM SLESSOR
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featuring The Melos Quartet Introduced by Michael Berkeley In the second of six visits to this popular festival, BBC2 joins Radio 3 for a live simultaneous broadcast of a concert from the Assembly
Rooms.The Melos Quartet of Stuttgart are among the world's finest chamber ensembles, with a special reputation for the Viennese classics. Tonight they play
Schubert String Quintet in c with Hans Haublein
Schubert's String Quintet is his last completed chamber work; a passionate and heroic outpouring of melody, written a few months before his tragically early death at the age of 31. The programme begins with a further tour of some of the festival's more unusual events.
Director RODNEY GREENBERG
4 simultaneous broadcast with Radio 3. Viewers with stereo Radio 3 may wish to turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative
Mallory, Irving, Whymper; people like that are not in the same category as Don. Don was unique.
So said Joe Brown , the other half of the greatest climbing team Britain has ever produced. Thirty years after their early triumphs, they returned to a ferocious crag in North Wales, and the climb which they had christened, with youthful defiance,
'Cemetery Gates'. Tragically it was to be their last climb together.
Producer: MICHAEL BEGG
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Welvyn Douglas Jla Kedrova
Eva lives for her books, ler political beliefs and ler memories of the lussian revolution from which she fled as a girl. Her husband David lives for the present and the hopes of a peaceful retirement to the 'union haven'... But Eva is determined to stay at their home. This deeply affecting story of a love affair and a life together is based on Tillie Olsen 's classic novella and marked the directorial debut of actress Lee Grant.
Screenplay by JOYCE ELIASON and ALEV LYTLE Produced by MINDY AFFRIME
RACHEL LYON and SUSAN O'CONNELL Directed by LEE GRANT
(First showing on British television)
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Highlights of this afternoon's Nations Cup, the climax of this four-day show. Last year's winners, Great Britain, were among the seven countries taking part. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY Producer WENDY SHEPPARD