6.50 Geology: From Swamps to Coal
7.15 Music: Formal Analysis
7.40 Resources for Learning
8.5 The View from Moscow
8.30 Searching for Meaning
8.55 Ethnic Minorities: Colonisin' in Reverse (3)
9.20 The Internal Combustion Engine
9.45 Synthesis in the Laboratory
10.10 Klein's Unification of Geometry
10.35 Maths Modelling: Sandcastles
11.0 Engineering Mechanics: Vibrations
11.25 Caring for Health the Brazilian Way
11.50 Concrete and Steel
12.15 Maths: Goodness of Fit
12.40 Modem Art: Greenberg on Pollock
1.5 Marketing in Action: Launching Neptune
1.30 Chemistry: Hidden Heavens
James Franciscus Richard Carlson
The discovery of a miniature horse, believed to have been extinct for 50 million years, prompts members of a Wild West show to venture into Mexico's Forbidden Valley. Ignoring the warning of a blind gypsy that they will invoke the curse of Gwangi, they are met by savage prehistoric monsters - including the mighty Gwangi, intent on revenge....
Tuck Kirby .JAMES FRANCISCUS T. J. Breckenridge ..GILA GOLAN
Screenplay by WILLIAM E. BAST
Produced by CHARLES H. SCHNEER Directed by JAMES O'CONNOLLY
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Professor Horace Bromley:
The Innermost Planet
Patrick Moore has been to a conference in the United States at which all the information about Mercury was summarised. He explains what has been learned. Producer PIETER MORPURGO
The Comhill Insurance
England v New Zealand from The Oval
PETER WEST introduces coverage of today's play.
A look back to the days of Pathe and Movietone newsreels with Bob Danvers Walker and Leslie Mitchell in conversation with Su Ingle. For more than 50 years the British cinemagoer was given a window on the world by the seven-minute newsreel. With the aid of original - and sometimes rare - footage, the two newsreel commentators recall the friendly rivalry between the companies to get that all-important 'scoop', and give a fascinating personal account of those historic, poignant and humorous world events which were brought to the people in the one-and-nines - almost as they happened.
This programme was Leslie Mitchell 's last appearance before his death in 1985 and provides a fitting tribute to a man whose distinctive voice and imperturbable manner made him a much respected figure in broadcasting. Written by MAURICE SELLAR and LOU JONES
Directed by ROGER MITCHELL (R) A CHARISMA FILMS production
Presented by Jeremy James
In the ballroom at the Park Lane Hotel, Piccadilly, the struggle for the World Chess Championship intensifies as it moves into its fifth week. Expert commentary on the moves is from Bill Hartston , while Nathan Divinsky ruffles more feathers in the wider world of chess politics. Producer RICHARD VAUGHAN
The news of the day and the week.
Moira Stuart with today's latest news and sport.
Sue Carpenter reviews a week of news in pictures - with subtitiles. followed by Weather
'Work 5 Years and 20 Years Hanging Around'
On 25 February, at the Roof Gardens Restaurant in London, the Rolling Stones were presented with a 'lifetime achievement' Grammy Award, in recognition of 25 years at the top of the world of rock and roll. While they were together for this event, and also the making of their latest video at Elstree, Whistle Test talked to them about the life and times of a Rolling Stone, past and present. Film cameramen
ALEC CURTIS , DEREK COLLYER Film editor KEN BERRY Director MtKE APPLETON
continues a season of classic films set in the American West.
Carroll Baker and guest stars
Edward G. Robinson
Based on a true story from frontier history in the late
1870s, this epic Western was one of veteran director
John Ford 's last films. A group of Cheyennes decide to leave the Oklahoma reservation where they are being starved out of existence. They plan a 1500-mile trek to their old homelands in Wyoming. But the cavalry is forced by unsympathetic authority to halt the migration, and a revival of old hatreds - and war - seems inevitable.
Screenplay by JAMES R. WEBB Produced by BERNARD SMITH Directed by JOHN FORD
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Capt Thomas Archer:
Second Lt Scott:
Secretary of the Interior:
The Comhill Insurance
England v New Zealand from The Oval Third day
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the day's play. Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
Chuck Connors In this chilling adventure, a supernatural power is set loose from the stones of an old English abbey being freighted to
America on a transatlantic jet. One of the passengers aboard the flight from
Heathrow, Mrs Pinder, warns of the consequences of displacing the abbey. A series of unnatural events convinces the crew and passengers alike that her idea may not be so eccentric....
Screenplay by RON AUSTIN and JIM BUCHANAN
Produced by ANTHONY WILSON Directed by DAVID LOWELL RICH
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Capt Ernie Slade: