11.10 Preparatory Maths: Angles
11.25 Polymer Engineering
11.50 Caring for Older People: Hospital
12.15 pm Primary Science
12.40 Dome is What You Make It
1.5 Accounting for Managers
The Marx Brothers and Lucille Ball
In this version of a successful Broadway comedy, Groucho plays a bankrupt stage manager who tries to put on a new play and stay in a hotel - without any money.
Screenplay by MORRIE RYSKIND From the play by JOHN MURRAY and ALLEN BORETZ Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN Directed by WILLIAM A. SEITER and at 3.15
George Sanders Paul Massie
Anthony Hancock , office-worker and one among thousands of bowler-hatted commuters, is a frustrated artist. As the unacknowledged Gauguin of the London suburbs, Hancock escapes to the Left Bank in Paris where his talent is sure to be recognised.
Sreenplay by ALAN SIMPSON and RAY GALTON Based on the original story by TONY HANCOCK. ALAN SIMPSON and RAY GALTON
Produced by w. A. WHITTAKER Directed by ROBERT DAY
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Sir Charles Brouard:
Manager of art gallery, London:
Manager of art gallery, Paris:
starring with Vengeance
When Jess Harper shoots outlaw Joe Morgan he faces the wrath of the dead man's sweetheart. Written by RAY BUFFUM and ROD PETERSON Directed by JOE KANE (R)
from the Royal Albert Hall , London Introduced by Ray Moore
Launched in 1975, the Schools Proms have now become a regular three-day event during the autumn season.
Teachers, tutors, conductors and musical directors accompany their talented youngsters to London from all over the country to perform a variety of musical styles.
This programme consists of highlights from the 1985 season and features:
WARDLE YOUTH BAND
EAST NORFOLK SCHOOLS'
BEARSDEN BRASS QUINTET
WOKING CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
LUDLOW SCHOOL CHOIR
KING EDWARD VI COLLEGE,
STOURBRIDGE, FLUTE QUARTET
MOSSLEY HOLLINS HIGH SCHOOL
BAND, COUNTY OF AVON
SCHOOLS' ORCHESTRA, WIGAN
YOUTH JAZZ ORCHESTRA
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY YOUTH
ORCHESTRA with guest soloists
John Harle (saxophone) Felix Schmidt (cello)
Concert staged by LARRY WESTLAND Lighting GEORGE JAKINS Sound BRIAN STRUGNELL Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(The Schools Proms are organised by Music for Youth in conjunction with The Rank Organisation and Commercial Union Assurance.)
Jeremy James introduces coverage of the Canberra Cruise's World Bridge
Trophy, in which four top international players compete for a cash-prize and an individual trophy as the ship steams towards Portugal. From Italy Arturo Franco
From Pakistan Zia Mahmood From France Christian Mari
From England Robert Sheehan Jeremy Flint comments on play and tactics.
Director LINDA MCCARTHY Producer MARK PATTERSON
Jan Leeming with today's latest news and sport. Moira Stuart reviews a week of news in pictures - with subtitles; Weather
Presented by Russell Davies Exhibition: the Quai d'Orsay, a converted railway station in Paris, has now been opened as Europe's most thorough permanent museum of 19th-century art and culture. Eric Griffiths reviews the museum and asks whether such a mixture of cultural, scientific and sociological material really provides any new insights into the past. Dance: Wayne Eagling has produced a new version of Beauty and the Beast for the Royal Ballet, with music by Vangelis and designs by book-illustrator Jan Pienkovski.
Art: the dividing line between commercial and high art has always been a difficult one;
Peter Blake looks back on his art for advertisements and promotions, and asks whether we are not too narrow-minded in our prejudice towards non-inspirational art.
Assistant producer DAISY GOODWIN Director ALEX MARENGO Producer KEVIN LOADER JOHN ARCHER
The second of three programmes featuring the music of California
Two of California's leading composers introduce and take part in new performances of their music.
Terry Riley 's In C and Morton Subotnik 's
The Key to Songs
San Francisco in the 1960s was a place of extraordinary cultural ferment. For young composers, the Mecca of new music was the Tape Music Center, and there in 1964 In C was first performed. With its hypnotic repeated patterns of sound and simple haunting melodies, In C was a key work in the birth of the influential musical movement known as 'Minimalism'.
Twenty years later,
The Key to Songs is the latest work of Morton Subotnik , America's leading pioneer of electronic music and, like Terry Riley , a graduate of the Tape Music Center. It combines the amplified sounds of pianos, strings and mallet instruments with the synthesised notes of a computer to create music of dazzling virtuosity.
PHILIP BONHAM-CARTER Sound BRUCE GALLAWAY Film editor JEFF SHAW
Executive producer DENNIS MARKS Director MICHAEL MACINTYRE
starring Sabine Azema Fanny Ardant Pierre Arditi
When her lover, Simon, is pronounced dead by a doctor, Elisabeth feels her own life is over. Yet only minutes later Simon walks downstairs, apparently none the worse. For Elisabeth their love and life together are a miracle, but Simon becomes obsessed with his experience of death. Resnais's passionate study of the power of love in the face of death is counterpointed by HANS-WERNER HENZE 'S elegiac music.
Derek Malcolm introduces two haunting films by Alain Resnais.
Screenplay by JEAN GRUAULT Produced by GERARD LEBOVICI Directed by ALAIN RESNAIS
(A French film with English subtitles. First showing on British television) and at
(L'annge dernière à
In a vast baroque hotel
7 a man and a woman meet. The man claims they met last year in Frederiksbad, or maybe Marienbad. She was, he says, on the verge of leaving her husband. She denies it, but gradually the three of them become involved in an inexorable ritual played out against the timeless formal gardens and salons of a fashionable spa. Hailed by some critics as a masterpiece and denounced by others as an elaborate hoax, Resnais's elliptical version of the eternal triangle must be one of the most controversial films ever made.
Screenplay by ALAIN ROBBEGRILLET Produced by PIERRE COURAU and RAYMOND FROMENT
Directed by ALAIN RESNAIS
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