6.50 St Paul 's Cathedral
7.15 The Shape of Cars to Come
7.40 Patterns of Diversity
8.05 Industrial Democracy
8.30 Light, the Recorder
8.55 Klein's Unification of Geometry
9.20 Images and Innovation
9.45 King Lear: Workshop
10.35 Maths: Sampling
11.00 Making Steel
11.25 Energy Sources: Petroleum
First of two films starring the 'oomph' girl - Ann Sheridan.
Also starring and
Parris Mitchell and Drake McHugh grow up together in the small American town of King's Row. Parris, studying medicine with Dr Tower, falls in love with his daughter Cassandra, while Drake is attracted to
Randy Monaghan , a beautiful girl from the wrong side of the tracks. Tragedy waits for both young men ...
Screenplay by CASEY ROBINSON from the novel by HARRY BELLAMANN
Directed by SAM WOOD
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Eclipse of the Moon Patrick Moore talks about the eclipse, and H.J.P. Arnold explains how to take good photographs of it with an ordinary camera.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
Second of two films starring Ann Sheridan.
Also starring and
Chris Hunter , her husband out of town on a business trip, returns home alone from a party. Her husband arrives the next morning to find police surrounding his home, his wife suffering from shock and a man lying dead on the library floor ...
Screenplay by DAVID GOODIS and JAMES GUNN
Produced by JERRY WALD
Directed by VINCENT SHERMAN
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Robert Tear (tenor)
John Constable (piano) The second of six programmes featuring music ranging from chamber to oratorio by this great composer.
Although Beethoven's short works are less well known than his large masterpieces, they are an important reminder of the breadth of his creative talent, indeed the subject matter of his songs is often the same as in his grander works.
Michael Berkeley looks at the background to the songs and talks to Robert Tear about Beethoven's writing for the voice.
Recorded in Margam Orangery.
Lighting LEN STEPHENS Sound PAUL JENKINS
Producer ANDREW QUICK
Director RODNEY GREENBERG BBC Wales
Moira Stuart presents today's latest news and sport. Lisa Davidson reviews the week in pictures, with subtitles.
Followed by Weatherview
'I was never fully stretched.' Lord Reith regarded his decision to leave the BBC in 1938 as a 'frightful mistake'. In this second programme drawn from his 1967 interviews with Malcolm Muggeridge , Lord Reith describes his unexpected departure from the Corporation he had worked so hard to create.
Acknowledging his frustration at his subsequent exclusion from high office, he reflects frankly on his turbulent relationship with Churchill and on his sense of a career thwarted, a life unfulfilled.
Producer STEPHEN PEET
Second of six programmes. A group often ordinary people take part in a series of psychodramas led by psychotherapist Jinnie Jefferies.
Each week, one member of the group explores a personal problem by dramatically re-enacting painful memories and trying out imaginary solutions. Who Am I?
Erica is 46 and married with two children. She feels trapped by the demands of her family. What does she want? Who is to blame? In her psychodrama, Erica confronts her mother and her husband and makes a surprising discovery about herself....
Research FLO HERVEY
Directed by LAURENS C . POSTMA Produced by UDI EICHLER
A BROOK production for BBCtv
A further reflection of the resurgence in Australian film-making in the 70s and 80s. Starring and The year is 1953; the place, a repressive Catholic school for boys in Victoria, Australia. Tom is just 13, experiencing the problems of puberty, and increasingly doubtful about the religious 'vocation' forced upon him.
Inspired by his own childhood experiences, this richly evocative and lyrical movie comes from the director of A Cry in the Dark.
Written, produced and directed by FRED SCHEPISI
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David Bowie performs in a concert which formed part of his 1984 world tour.
Produced by ANTHONY EATON Directed by DAVID MALLETT A STENTON SA production (R)