6.50 nth-Century England
7.40 Mechanics: Forces in an Engine
8.5 The Selling of the New Deal
8.30 The Plough and the Hoe (4)
8.55 Sociology: Caste and Class
9.20 Community and Order
9.45 The Nervous System
10.10 Chemistry: Colour Photography
10.35 From Coal to Colour
11.0 Popular Culture: Realism
11.50 Music: Modulation
12.15 Education: Financial Cuts
12.40 The American Political Process
1.5 Maths: Catastrophe Theory
1.30 Modem Art: Matisse
1.55 Chemistry: Pure Organic Compounds
2.20 Utilitarianism: Rohan Collier
2.45 Public Health: Going with the Flow
3.10 International Marketing: The Agent
Short Jeremy James presents this week's game from the thick of the battle at the OHRA tournament in Brussels. When today's players met earlier in the series,
England's Nigel Short rather unexpectedly beat the world champion Garry Kasparov. Short needs to repeat that performance today if he wants to be considered a serious contender for first prize. Comments from Bill Hartston
Videotape editor JOHN PAROUSSI Producer WENDY STURGESS
Two British spy thrillers.
The first starring Conrad Veidt
A story of high intrigue set in the remote Orkney
Islands during World War I, where a U-boat captain, a schoolmistress and a disgraced British naval lieutenant plot to sink the British fleet. But a jealous rivalry sets in between the two men over their beautiful ally.
Screenplay by EMERIC PRESSBURGER , ROLAND PERTWEE Based on a story by J. STOERE CLOUSTON
Produced by ALEXANDER KORDA Directed by MICHAEL POWELL
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Rev Hector Matthews:
Air on Other Worlds
Patrick Moore talks to
Dr Garry Hunt about the atmosphere of other worlds. Producer PIETER MORPURGO (R)
starring Robert Donat Madeleine Carroll Hitchcock's 1935 version of John Buchan 's classic adventure story remains one of the most popular British films by the acknowledged master of suspense and mystery.
Richard Hannay , pursued by the police for a murder he did not commit and by an international spy-ring for information he does not know, finds himself fleeing across the desolate Scottish moors - handcuffed to a beautiful blonde!
Screenplay by ALMA REVILLE . CHARLES BENNETT
Based on the novel by JOHN BUCHAN Produced by MICHAEL BALCON Directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK
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Debbie Thrower with today's latest news and sport.
Moira Stuart reviews a week of news in pictures - with subtitles. Weather
The Ballad of the Unknown Composer: The Berlin Years of Kurt Weill written by ALEXANDER GOEHR and BARRIE GAVIN
'I don't give a damn for posterity - 1 write for today.'
At one time, it looked as if posterity wouldn't give a damn for him either. 'Just a collaborator of Bert Brecht or a Berlin cabaret song-writer' were the official judgments.
But the career of Kurt Weill is a much more complex and subtle story. He was a unique and remarkable artist.
This survey of his career in Germany has extracts not only from his collaborations with Brecht, but also from his early symphonic music and from little-known operas like Royal Palace, Die Burgschaft and Der Silbersee. with Anja Silja , Lucy Peacock Philip Langridge , Michael Rippon , Gunter Reich
John van Kesteren and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gary Bertini
Directed by BARRIE GAVIN
A HESSISCHER RUNDFUNK production (German Festival: Lotte Lenya, Friday 9.30 pm)
Winner of this year's Golden Rose of Montreux
The Nobel Prize, that most glittering of awards, coveted by many, won by so few. But what is it really all about? Why should the inventor of dynamite wish to be remembered this way?
Why has Graham Greene never won the literature prize?
In this more or less factual account, as we are taken behind the scenes to see what awaits the potential winners, these questions are answered ... almost.
Produced by INGVAR ERNBLAD
Directed by STELLAN SUNDAHL,ANDERS ALBIEN
A Sveriges television production
Last of three parts dramatised by PHILIP BROADLEY starring and with Richard Morant
Charmian May and Dilys Hamlett
Harriet Vane and Lord Peter solve the mystery of what lay behind the violent passions which have blighted her old college.
Music composed and arranged by JOSEPH HOROVITZ
Producer MICHAEL CHAPMAN Director MICHAEL SIMPSON * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Lord Peter Wimsey:
continues a season of films starring movie heroes.
Tonight with Brooke Adams
The place is Cuba; the time Christmas 1959.
Batista's ailing regime is in its last weeks. Sean Connery plays Robert Dapes , a soldier of fortune, who arrives in Havana to advise the poorly trained army in the methods of counter-insurgency.
On the eve of Fidel Castro's revolution, Dapes is embroiled in a crazy world of vice and corruption, and finds romance with the beautiful wife of a cigar tycoon.
| Screenplay by CHARLES WOOD
Produced by ARLENE SELLERS . ALEX WTNITSKI Directed by RICHARD LESTER * FILMS: page 19