6.50 Chardin and the Female Image
7.15 The View from Detroit
7.40 Social Problems and Social Welfare
8.05 The Effective Manager
8.30 Modelling in Comfort
8.55 The Shapes of Flows
9.20 Light on Lasers
9.45 The Social Primate
10.10 Living with Technology
10.35 The Will to Win
11.00 Chile in the International System
11.25 Kafka and his World
11.50 The Universe Yesterday
12.15 Organic Chemistry: Prostaglandins
12.40 Introductory Electronics
1.05 Open Communities
1.30 Modern Art: Greenberg on Criticism
1.55 Organics by the Ton
2.15 Weekend Outlook
2.20 Arts: King Cotton's Palace
In Concert: the Sabri Brothers Second in a short season of classical music from the Indian sub-continent.
Najma Akhtar , Britain's foremost ghazal singer, introduces the Sabri
Brothers, one of Pakistan's finest Qawwali (Islamic devotional music) duos.
Since 1953, they have been instrumental in popularising Qawwali throughout the world. Director BISH MEHAY
Editor NARENDHRA MORAR
When a corny high school victory song written by elderly music teacher Malvina Adams suddenly becomes a hit, she not only becomes famous as a composer but as a nightclub performer with the Bob Crosby band.... This rarely seen, light-hearted musical stars Bing's brother in his screen debut. and BOB CROSBY 'S ORCHESTRA featuring the BOBCATS.
Screenplay by NATHANAEL WEST Produced by HOWARD BENEDICT Directed by LESLIE GOODWINS
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from Burghley House. Remy Martin Trophy The climax to today's gruelling cross-country phase is over a daunting four-and-a-quarter miles. The British team have dominated these championships recently with Virginia Leng and Ian Stark finishing first and second in 1987. Introduced by Raymond Brooks-Ward Commentators: Michael Tucker , Lucinda Green
Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON and WENDY SHEPPARD
Lisa Davidson presents today's latest news and sport. Chris Lowe reviews the week in pictures, with subtitles. Followed by Weatherview.
live from Barcelona.
The second day of competition features
Sebastian Coe in the men's 1500 metres, attempting to win a second World Cup title eight years after his 800 metres win in 1981. Also looking for that first place are the British 4 x 100m relay squad who face tough opposition from the Europeans and the USA. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with David Moorcroft. Commentators:
David Coleman , Ron Pickering ,
Stuart Storey , Brendan Foster Producer MARTIN WEBSTER Editor JOHN ROWLINSON
As the SLD conference progresses, the former
Liberal Party leader David Steel talks to journalist
Anthony Howard about the successes and failures of his attempt to create a new and powerful opposition. Produced and directed by ALEXANDRA HENDERSON
Archduke Rudolph , the most devoted of the composer's patrons, was appointed
Archbishop of Olmutz and the ordination was set for
March 1820. A year earlier, Beethoven began work on a Mass, to be performed at that ceremony. However, this composition took on epic proportions and it was not until 1824 that the Mass in D Op 123 (Missa Solemnis) was finally completed.
Michael Berkeley explores the background to this masterpiece and discusses it with tonight's conductor, Sir Colin Davis.
Margaret Price (soprano)
Alfreda Hodgson (contralto) Keith Lewis (tenor) Stafford Dean (bass) Ardwyn Singers
BBC Welsh Chorus
Cardiff Polyphonic Choir BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra led by JAMES CLARK.
Recorded in St David 's Hall, Cardiff.
OB lighting LEN STEPHENS OB sound GEOFF ATKINS Producer ANDREW QUICK Director HEFIN OWEN BBC Wales (R) revised
The first of three off-beat comedy specials featuring
America's latest comic talent. With
Bobby Bittman is a nightclub comedian who has spent 40 years making a success out of calamity. This is his remarkable story.
Written and directedoy EUGENE LEVY
A new season of the Film
Club opens with a 'lost' film by a leading British director and is introduced by critic Nigel Andrews. This uncompromising, visionary film based on a true murder case has hardly been seen anywhere in the world. The special introduction features comments from writer Paul Mayersberg , producer
Jeremy Thomas and director Nicolas Roeg on the genesis and fate of the film.
In 1925, Jack McCann makes a fabulous gold strike in Canada, giving him all the wealth he needs. Twenty years on he lives on his own Caribbean island with his alcoholic wife, tempestuous daughter and her playboy husband.
Screenplay by PAUL MAYERSBERG , based on the book Who Killed Sir Harry Oakes ? by MARSHALL HOUTS Produced by JEREMY THOMAS Directed by NICOLAS ROEG Television presentation DAVID THOMPSON
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