9.20 Head Start: Children of the Dream
9.45 Maths: Algebra
10.10 Arts: Science Fiction
10.35 Energy: Closing the Gap
11.0 Science: Managing Landscape
11.25 Biology: Brain and Behaviour
11.50 Geology; Britain before Man
12.15 Images and Information
12.40 Popular Planning
1.5 Instruments in Flight
1.30 The Physics of White Dwarfs
Using the words of St Matthew in the Authorised Version, Peter Barkworth tells the story of the last days of Jesus' ministry: an omnibus edition of the series broadcast six months ago on BBC1.
Photography JIM PEtRSON Producer JIM MURRAY
Humphrey Bogart Lauren Bacall
Bogart plays an escaped convict bent on discovering the identity of his wife's murderer and Bacall is the girl who helps him in his quest.
Screenplay by DELMER DAVES
From the novel by DAVID GOODIS Produced by JERRY WALD Directed by DELMER DAVES and at 4.40-6.15
The Two Mrs Carrolls starring
Humphrey Bogart Barbara Stanwyck
Two years after their first meeting Sally marries
Geoffrey Carroll , a widowed artist. Their marriage seems perfect but then he paints a portrait of her as the Angel of Death and Sally falls mysteriously ill. The events bear a sinister resemblance to the demise of the first Mrs Carroll. ...
Screenplay by THOMAS JOB
From the stageplay by MARTIN VALE Produced by MARK HELLINGER Directed by PETER GODFREY
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The composer Peter Maxwell Davies previews a new chamber music series which features performances of works from the llth century through to the present day. Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland
(Swum again on Wednesday at 7.25pm. In the first programme in the series, to be shown next week on BBC2, Kiri Te Kanawa sings 'Chansons de la France')
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton return with a new series of Britain's most popular financial and business programme. With
PAUL BURDEN , MARK ROGERSON and TOM MADDOCKS reporting from home and abroad on your money - and other peoples'. Including this week: A Canterbury Tale
John Wheeler and his wife Joan ran the Canterbury
Investment firm of McDonald Wheeler until it went bust two months ago. Now hundreds of widows and pensioners who put
E15 million of savings there are wondering where their money - and the Wheeler's - have disappeared to.
Paul Burden has been tracking the elusive Mr Wheeler. He has also discovered that one million people with their savings in investment firms like McDonald Wheeler are virtually defenceless if things turn sour. Is your money safe?
Producer VICTOR MARMION Studio directorKATHY GEE Editor JONATHAN CRANE
The last of three programmes
A global celebration of birds narrated by Magnus Magnusson
The hottest parts of earth lie in the tropics where rainfall mostly governs the seasons. Even in deserts a few remarkable birds survive among hot rocks and sand. Seasonal fires in grassland scatter animals, but provide bounty for birds. Swirling clouds of quelea breed in millions when rain eventually brings food.
Half the world's birds live in the tropics. Among them are two feathered jewels never before filmed - the wire-tailed manakin of Venezuela and Wallace's standardwing, a bird of paradise thought to be extinct for years - both with fabulous displays.
The last of five programmes written and presented by David Dimbleby Walking on Coals
In 1980, two years after filming the first four parts of the series, David Dimbleby returned to South Africa in search of change. He found school boycotts at the Cape, improved conditions for blacks in the cities, but growing poverty in the homelands. The government Minister for Black Affairs defended the 'tortoise pace' of the Afrikaner bureaucracy, but growing black protest already hinted at violence to come. 'This is a big thing,' said one student, 'the people are really mad.'
Film editor IAN CALLAWAY Producer DAVID HARRISON
From Stage to Screen
This week Franco Zeffirelli 's new feature film of VERDI'S opera Otello, with Placido Domingo in the title role, opens in London.
For a year, a BBC team has followed the director on location in Italy and Crete, recording the transformation of an operatic masterpiece into a spectacular cinema entertainment. His previous movies of La traviata and Pagliacci aroused controversial reactions from audiences, and Otello has already been greeted with enthusiasm by the public and outrage by some critics.
For Zeffirelli has not only adapted the work to the screen; he has made major alterations and additions to it. This programme tells the story of Zeffirelli's radical reinterpretation of the opera. Those taking part include Franco Zeffirelli Placido Domingo Katia Ricciarelli
Justino Diaz , Tom Sutcliffe Charles Osborne and Harold Rosenthal. Photography JOHN ELSE
Film editor CHRISTOPHER HALE
Executive producer DENNIS MARKS Producer DAVID SWEETMAN
continues a major ieason of films new to television.
Today starring Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall
rom Spellacy is a cop, his brother is a Roman Catholic priest with political ambitions. They take their relationship and their different lives and jobs for granted. Until, that is, a murder comes between them. Investigating the brutal killing of a prostitute, Tom discovers that his brother knew her and is protecting a prominent businessman who is connected with the crime....
This powerful film unites two of America's finest actors in a story of corruption and disillusion, interwoven with a moving portrait of family ties.
Screenplay by JOHN GREGORY DUNNE and JOAN DIDION , based on the novel by JOHN GREGORY DUNNE
Produced by IRWIN WINKLER and ROBERT CHARTOFF
Directed by ULU GROSBARD
(First showing on British television)
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