6.50 Urban-Rural Relationships
7.40 'The God That Rules'
8.5 Studying with the OU
8.30 Cheddar: Mapping the Mendip Anticline
8 55 Pure Maths: Fourier Coefficients
9.20 Composer and Audience: Tippett and Sondheim
9.45 Cogs in the Wheel?
10 10 Education: Let There Be Music
10.35 Maths: Least Squares
11.0 Calculus: Functions and Graphs
11.25 Electrons and Atoms
11.50 Maths Methods: Linear Equations
12.15 Biology: The Rod Cell
12.40 Limestones in South-west England
1.5 Broadcast Rituals (1)
1.30 St Lucia: People and Celebrations
England v Scotland for the Calcutta Cup, The Save and Prosper International
Wales v Ireland
The Lumley International Nigel Starmer-Smith introduces highlights of the final matches in the International Championships. Scotland started favourites to win and take the Triple
Crown for only the second time in 50 years, whereas
England had to pick up their game from their previous disasters. Wales haven't settled well this season and the entertaining Irish were bound to be difficult to beat.
Commentators at Twickenham
BILL MCLAREN, BILL BEAUMONT Producer DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer HUW JONES
starring Hayley Mills, Bernard Lee, Alan Bates
On the run from the police, a murderer takes refuge in a barn sited on a lonely
Lancashire farm. He is discovered there by the three Bostock children who believe him to be Jesus Christ....
Screenplay by KEITH WATERHOUSE and WILLIS HALL from the original novel by MARY HAYLEY BELL
Produced by RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH Directed by BRYAN FORBES
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or Bunthorne 's Bride
An opera in two acts by W. S. GILBERT and ARTHUR SULLIVAN starring
John Fryatt , Anne Collins Sandra Dugdale with the Ambrosian Opera Chorus and the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alexander Faris
Reginald Bunthome is enamoured of the village milkmaid,
Patience, who doesn't like poetry, knows nothing of love and has been brought up on the concept of duty. To add to Bunthorne's troubles a rival poet, Archibald Grosvenor, Patience's childhood sweetheart, arrives to outshine him.
Directed by CAVE HEATHER Produced by JUDITH DE PAUL A BRENT WALKER production
Duke of Dunstable:
Presenters Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton With PAUL BURDEN
JAMES HOGG , MARK ROGERSON What Future for Coal?
Two years after the end of the miners' strike, British Coal is still struggling to break even. Its vision of the future centres on modern pits and a longer working week. But can it convince the unions, and is there a market for the coal? Francine Stock reports
Producer SARAH MANWARING-WHITE Editor JONATHAN CRANE
Pattie Coldwell and Rick Ball take an energy-saving look at what's new in boilers, radiators and hot water systems and try their hand at DIY draught-stripping. Harry Greene pays a Troubleshoot visit to Cardiff to repair a stone window sill; Gilly Love finds a Room for a Change in Manchester and helps some first-time buyers transform their bedroom. Director JULIA D. SIMKIN
Producer ANDREW MEIKLE
Series producer STEPHANIE SILK BBC Pebble Mill
with the English National Opera Don Giovanni
Since its creation in 1974, the English National Opera has set new standards for imagination, intelligence and flair in British opera Production. Performing in English they have brought favourite works and fascinating novelties to a wider audience than ever before. This is the first of three workshop
Programmes looking behind the surface of three great repertoire works with a cast of singers new to their roles under the guidance of David Pountney , Director of Productions and Mark Elder , the Music Director at the ENO.
Here they work on one of the central moments in the first act of Mozart's passionate and disturbing comic opera, Don Giovanni , with the Don in pursuit of one young woman, himself pursued by two others.
With Helen Field Kathryn Harries Robert Hayward John Treleavan Lillian Watson
Lighting COLIN WIDGERY Sound GRAHAM HAINES
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Every spring as the daffodils fade, another splash of yellow arrives; Wisden Cricketers' Almanack. For 123 years
Wisden, alone, has recorded the minutiae of this essentially English game. Reporter James Hogg , together with John Arlott ,
Benny Green and many other dedicated followers of the summer sport, pay tribute to a unique sporting institution. Film editor STAN STAFFE Producer JOHN COLEMAN BBC Southampton (R)
Ludovic Kennedy presents his choice of the week's television and, with his studio guests, reviews:
French and Sounders (BBC2) Hello Mum (BBC2)
The Falkland War - The
Untold Story (Yorkshire) and The Media Show (Channel Four). Also, a report on the contestants and question-setters of Mastermind, television's most intellectual game show.
Producer CHARLES MILLER
A film by DAVE SHEASBY starring
Fledge needs a job. He'll take anything. And when Dawlish gives him strange errands to run, for cash in hand, strictly 'on the palm', it's a welcome change from the dole. Until he finds himself digging dirt on an old friend....
Designer DEREK DODD
Photography NAT CROSBY Editor CLARE DOUGLAS
Produced by KENITH TRODD Directed by MICHAEL WHYTE
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