6.50 Light on Lasers
7.15 Talking Turtle
8.5 Health Care in Mozambique 8 30 Experiments and Energy
8.55 Punjab to Britain
9.20 Mass-producing Fords
9.45 Gas and Steam Turbines
10 10 Pure Maths: Convergence
10.35 Maths Methods: Halley's Comet
11.0 Calculus: Differentiating Fields .11.25 The Primary Health Care Team
11.50 An Eye for an Eye
12.15 Maths: The Location Problem 12 40 Art: Abstract Expressionism
1.5 Attitudes: The Second Handicap
1.30 Too Much of a Good Thing
starring Spencer Tracy
Stanley Kramer 's film of the notorious 'Monkey' trial in Tennessee in 1925, when a schoolteacher was prosecuted for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution. Spencer Tracy plays the liberal defence attorney (modelled on Clarence Darrow ) and Fredric March is the prosecuting lawyer. Screenplay by NATHAN E. DOUGLAS
HAROLD JACOB SMITH Based on the play by JEROME LAWRENCE and ROBERT E. LEE
Produced and directed by STANLEY KRAMER
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Matthew Harrison Brady:
E K Hornbeck:
starring with The Dispossessed
Slim Sherman and Jess Harper put their own lives at risk when they try to patch up the differences between two warring families.
Written by BUCKLEY ANGELL Directed by JESSE mBBS (R)
Spencer Tracy Robert Wagner
Spencer Tracy in another powerful role as Matt Devereaux a ruthless cattle baron who has built up a ranching empire and expects his sons to follow him. When
Devereaux finds himself in conflict with the mining interests which threaten to pollute his water he looks to his sons for help. But family loyalties are strained by his tyrannical action.
Screenplay by RICHARD MURPHY
Based on a story by PHILIP YORDAN Produced by EDWARD DMYTRYK Directed by SOL c. SIEGEL
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Presented by Jeremy James After a close and hard-fought struggle in London's Park
Lane Hotel, World Champion Gary Kasparov and challenger Anatoly Karpov have resumed their contest for supremacy on their home territory in Leningrad.
Bill Hartston is on hand with expert commentary on the latest games, while
Nathan Divinsky goes in search of great chess players of the past.
Producer RICHARD VAUGHAN
(Move-by-move coverage on Ceefax page 267)
The news of the day and the week.
Jan Leeming with today's latest news and sport. Moira Stuart reviews a week of news in pictures - with subtitles.
Followed by Weather
Live in stereo from the Royal Albert Hall , television and radio join to relay the entire concert, with its unique blend of musical integrity and end-of-season festivity. The
Italian emphasis that has marked the 1986 season continues in both halves of tonight's programme with the BBC Symphony Chorus director GARETH MORRELL BBC Symphony Orchestra leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by Raymond Leppard
Introduced by Richard Baker Parti
The Italian theme is acknowledged in two rarely-heard works by the youthful Puccini.
Preludio sinfonico, a rapt homage to Wagner, was written when Puccini was an 18-year-old student.
Messa di gloria was Puccini's graduation exercise four years later; already his masterly touch foreshadows the great operas. With soloists
David Rendall (tenor) David Wilson-Johnson (baritone)
Matthew Best (bass)
(Part 2 is on BBC1 at 8.55pm)
A simultaneous broadcast with Radio 3. Viewers with stereo Radio 3 may wish to turn off TV sound andposition their speakers on either side of the screen, butafew feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative.
Roald Dahl is 70 years old today. In this Bookmark film probably the world's most popular and controversial children's writer talks about his own childhood, and explains his fascination for the gruesome and bizarre - a facet of his work much enjoyed by children but not suitable, it seems, for adults. Producer NIGEL WILLIAMS
Director DONALD STURROCK (R)
Humphrey Bogart Ingrid Bergman
A romantic thriller with Bogart and Bergman reliving their lost love in Vichy-ruled
Casablanca, at the height of World Warn. Cynical dialogue crystalises the tastes and attitudes of the characters. While Captain
Renault in the silky form of Claude Rains urbanelypresides over the proceedings. And in the wings, Sam plays 'As time goes by'. Screenplay by julius J. AND
PHILIP G. EPSTEIN and HOWARD KOCH From a play by HAL B WALUS Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ
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The Gateway Masters Bowls Tournament from Beach House Park, Worthing
Tonight's the first instalment of the confrontation to decide this year's champion. Commentators DAVID VINE DAVID RHYS JONES
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
starring Vincent Price Hazel Court
While the Red Death rages in the surrounding villages, Prince
Prospero, a disciple of Satan, holds a great feast at which all lusts will be unleashed. But the participants in the final grisly masque include one uninvited guest....
Screenplay by CHARLES BEAUMONT and R. WRIGHT CAMPBELL
From a story by EDGAR ALLAN POE Produced by GEORGE WILLOUGHBY Directed by ROGER CORMAN
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