6.50 The Autistic Child
7.15 Attitudes: the Second Handicap
7.40 Orpheus Britannicus
8.30 Geology: the Capitan Reef
8.55 Pure Maths: Proofs
9.20 Rural Life: Image and Reality
9.45 Meanings of Madness
10.10 Education: a Second Chance
10.35 Equivalence Relations
11.00 Calculus: Differentiating Fields
11.25 Standing Waves and Energy Levels
11.50 Maths Methods: Halleys Comet
12.15 Biology: Pollination
12.40 Oil: Fmds for the Future
1.05 Modem Art: Abstract Expressionism
Introduced by Harry Gration Timetable*
"Timings are subject to alteration
The Panasonic European Open
Next time you'll see many of these chaps will be at Muirfield, Ohio, in a fortnight retaining the Ryder
Cup for Queen and country, Tony Jacklin has instructed us to write. Here they can win a little spending money for the trip (there's about a quarter of a million at stake).
PETER ALLISS. TONY JACKLIN
BRUCE CRTTCHLEY , CUVE CLARK
Three-Day Eventing The Burghley Remy Martin Horse Trials
Carefully now over the show jumps.
Refuge Assurance League Who knows, it may all be over.
PS There's motor sport and eventing you may have missed should the cricketing duck come up lame. Television presentation:
Golf JOHN SHREWSBURY FRED VINER. ALASTAIR SCOTT Eventing
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Cricket BOB DUNCAN Studio producer
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS
starring Garry Shandling Grant's Date
Things seem to be looking up for Grant Schumaker : he has a date with the lovely Kim.
But there's just one problem - a guy by the name of Garry.
Written by ED SOLOMON and JEFF FRANKUN Directed by ALAN RAFKIN
On 30 July one of Britain's pioneering television cameramen, Slim Hewitt , died after a long illness.
Thirty years ago, with a tiny Bolex camera, he set out to give the British public their first candid glimpses of life in Peru, Australia, Vietnam, Japan and many other countries. The reports which went with the pictures were written by Trevor Philpott. Tonight he pays tribute to Hewitt's talent, and looks back on the perils and rewards of their unique working partnership.
A history of western philosophy in 15 parts 2: Aristotle with Martha Nussbaum , Professor of Classics and Philosophy at
Brown University, USA.
Logic, biology, botany and many other sciences were founded by Aristotle, the great universal genius of western thought. Plato's star pupil, tutor to the young Alexander the Great, his philosophy dominated western thought for many hundreds of years, and is still studied at every university. Devised and presented by Bryan Magee
Producer JILL DAWSON
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
The US Open Championships from Flushing Meadow, New York
Introduced by DAVID ICKE with PAUL HUTCHINS
The Men's Final, live. If the seeding committee have got it right, it will be defending champion IVAN LENDL (1) against STEFAN EDBERG (2), but BORIS BECKER (3) and former champion JOHN MCENROE (8) may have something to say about that. DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT and GERALD WILLIAMS will tell you all you wish to know. Television presentation: CBS
The Panasonic European Open from Walton Heath Golf
Surrey HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights from the final round of this prestigious tournament, the last in Britain before the Ryder Cup team leaves for Ohio.