6.50 Urban Change: People into Politics
7.40 Seventeenth-Century England
8.05 History of Mathematics
8.30 Geology: Deserts
8.55 Pure Maths: Quadric Surfaces
9.20 Conflict: Strike News
9.45 Victorians and the Art of the Past
10.10 Adult Literacy: Cape Verde
10.35 Maths: Conies
11.00 Calculus: Taylor Polynomials
11.25 Science Foundation Course
11.50 Maths Models and Methods
12.15 Biology: Fish out of Water
12.40 Database: Query Languages
The classic serial starring
6: Dead Fall
The devilish Solerno threatens torture.
A REPUBLIC serial
Kioga, the Hawk:
Introduced by Desmond Lynam Timetable*
2.15 Motor Racing
'Timings subject to alteration
Golf from St Mellion
St Mellion Golf Challenge for the St Mellion Trophy
JACK NICKLAUS. TOM WATSON. SANDY LYLE and NICK FALDO add up to 31 Major titles (two-thirds being Jack's of course!). Pit GB against the US (Jack designed this course, of course), anywhere, anytime and hold the reputations. Head-to-head team competition of the highest possible calibre.
Commentators PETER ALLISS and CLIVE CLARK
Motor Racing from Silverstone
Shell Oils British Grand Prix Out-and-out speed for two hours would suggest a McLaren one-two as all seven previous Prix have.
NIGEL MANSELL has a more realistic chance of beating JACK NICKLAUS.
Commentators MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
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Athletics from Nice
STEVE CRAM out over 1500 metres - it's live, and who knows, maybe SAID AOUITA will be there too. Commentators
DAVID COLEMAN and RON PICKERING
Golf JOHN SHREWSBURY, FRED VINER Motor racing JIM RESIDE KEITH MACKENZIE
Athletics MARTIN WEBSTER
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS
Magenta De Vine and Sankha Guha
An Arena special
Mayfair and the Jungle The second of three programmes looks at Evelyn Waugh 's most productive period as a novelist, journalist, travel-writer and man of action. His exotic journeys, from the coronation of Haile Selassie in Addis Ababa to the deepest jungles of Brazil, are recalled by fellow correspondent
William Deedes. His commanding officers in the war, Lord Lovat and Sir Fitzroy Maclean assess the disastrous military career which ironically produced his romantic masterpiece,
Brideshead Revisited. This is the period in which Waugh's finest work was published. John Mortimer , Kingsley Amis and Graham Greene consider his literary achievement.
Written and narrated by Nicholas Shakespeare Readings by Nigel Hawthorne
An excellent series TELEGRAPH Unmissable SUNDAY TIMES Director ADAM LOW
Series editors ANTHONY WALL and NIGEL FINCH (R)
Caven in Cabaret
Michael Berkeley introduces the last programme from this year's Almeida Festival.
Ingrid Caven was already a major German film actress often starring in the movies of Fassbinder, when she first appeared as a singer on the Paris stage. Critics hailed her at once as 'the natural heir to Brecht, Dietrich and Piaf. In a series of acclaimed one-woman shows since then, she has established herself as a unique artist. Two weeks ago, Ingrid Caven made her
London debut with a wide range of songs - humorous, wistful, ironic - most of them written specially for her. Lighting GEOFF RATHBONE Sound VIC GODRICH
Production assistant FIONA SEATTER Directed by JONATHAN FULFORD
(Concert presented in association with LUFTHANSA. Postponed from 26 June)
by CAROL BUNYAN Original story by RON HUTCHINSON starring with Only a new identity and a new life in a new country offer
Michael and Kate any sort of freedom from their pursuers. For them the decision is not difficult. For their son, Dean, things are not so simple - if only someone would tell him the truth.
Music ILONA SEKACZ Lighting DEREK PRICE Designer NIGEL JONES
Script editor FIONA FINLAY
Producer BRENDA REID Director TIM KING
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First civil servant:
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Film-maker Alex Cox introduces a season of classic cult films.
Tonight: Johnny Guitar
Starring Joan Crawford, Sterling Hayden, Mercedes McCambridge
This 'baroque' Western stars Joan Crawford as the glamorous Vienna, owner of a gambling house in a wild Arizona valley with a claim to the surrounding land. But banker Emma Small and the local ranchers resent her presence, and the conflict mounts to fever pitch with Vienna employing the services of a mysterious stranger who calls himself 'Johnny Guitar '.
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