6.50 Harmonic Analysis: 2. 7.15 Culture and Community: Spain 1. 7.40 Diffusion of Dutch Elm Disease. 8.5 Is Music Noise? 8.30 Out of Sight, Out of Mind?
A See-Saw programme
The Pharisee and the Publican (LUKE 18, VV 10-16)
Continuing the series dealing with some of Jesus' Parables of the Kingdom. This service comes from St John's Kirk of Perth
Conducted by the Minister THE REV DAVID OGSTON Organist EOIN BENNET
Anthem: Lift up your hearts. 0 ye gates (William Mathias )
Hymns: Supreme in wisdom as in power (Abridge); God and Father, we adore thee (Laus Deo ); Dear Master, in whose life I see (Daniel); Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass (Warwick)
Sound BRIAN DEWAR. Lighting JOHN MCCAW Television presentation RAYMOND short BBC Scotland
Six programmes of dance and music by Asian artists. The first features sharmitha mukebji, PUSH-PA HANS AND PARTY, ASAD AMANAT ALI KHAN , HAMID ALI KHAN , ABDUS SALI-QUE -, MEHDI HASSAN and SANJAY KAPIL
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Birmingham
PHILIP WRIXON , DAN CHERRINGTON
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from Edgbaston Fourth day
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT
starring Dirk Bogarde with Michael Hordern
Jon Whiteley , Cyril Cusack
Separated from his wife and disillusioned by lack of promotion, Harrington Brande finds himself posted to a minor Consular Service position in a small Spanish port. When his young son Nicholas forms a friendship with the estate's Spanish gardener Jose, the over-possessive Brande resents it; he forbids the two friends to speak to each other.
Screenplay by LESLEY STORM and JOHN BRYAN from the novel by A. J. CRONIN Produced by JOHN BRYAN
Directed by PHILIP LEACOCK films: page 11
in Part Time Pat
Regional Variations (2)
Six voyages with Clare Francis Narrated by Laurence Olivier 4: Men of War
CLARE FRANCIS assesses the balance of maritime power today and explores the strategic and human levels that give it historical perspective. Her experiences on board modern warships contrast with a reconstruction of the Battle of Trafalgar. Throughout history, sea power has been a potent force-the unique factor that could give one nation mastery over others.
The series commands watching, but it is the sea itself that gives the orders and compels the eye (the LISTENER) Principal advisers
J. H. PLUMB and BASIL GREENH1LL Music by CARL DAVIS
Series written and directed by MICHAEL GILL and ANTHONY MATER
A MALONE-GILL production
by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in eight episodes by PIETER HARDING starring and
Stephen Yardley as Defarge
5: In Paris, Madame Defarge has learnt of Darnay's engagement to Lucie through Barsad, a spy. Carton now knows that Lucie can never be his, but has assured her of his undying devotion.
Music composed and conducted by PAUL READE
Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by MICHAEL E. BRIANT
In Paris, Madame Defarge has learnt of Darnay's engagement to Lucie through Barsad. Carton now knows that Lucie can never be his, but he assures her of his undying love.
with Frances Coverdale Weather
The first of six programmes
The scientific method of investigation is based on testing theory by experiment. Religious experience seems to be a different way of exploring life and its meaning. So how do scientists who are also Christians manage to integrate the two approaches?
Ronald Eyre explores the question with six eminent scientists. Tonight he talks to
Antony Hewlsh FRS Professor of Radio Astronomy at the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cam-bridge.
Director CHRISTOPRER MANN Producer PETER FIRTH BBC Bristol
The first of six programmes Richard Baker visits
The Rt Hon Shirley Williams , mp
SHIRLEY WILLIAMS talks to RICHARD BAKER about her life and her faith, and the Choir of Westminster Cathedral sing some of her favourite pieces of religious music in the Church of St Mary the Virgin. in the Hertfordshire village of Furneux Pelham.
WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL CHOIR conductor STEPHEN CLEOBURY Organist simon UNDLEY
Film cameraman RICHARD GANNICLlFFT Scries producer JIM MURRAY
starring Shaun Cassidy and Linda Purl
Roger is mentally handicapped. Not greatly, but enough to make him noticeably 'different' which is worrying for his parents, but not a real problem. Until, that is, he falls in love. In many States of America it is against the law for retarded people to marry and the true story of how Roger and Virginia fought for their right to marry, makes a moving, often funny, and inspiring film.
Written and produced by JOANNA LEE
Directed by HARVEY HART. Films: page 11
with Frances Coverdale Weather
Radio Times is a member of ETMA (the European Television
Regional Variations (2)
The Chinese Detective: 3: Hammer and Nails
The murder of a Chinese club owner sets John Ho in the middle of a gangland struggle for power - and into the bad books of Chief Inspector Berwick.
Introduced by Richard Baker
In the first of this season's recordings from the Henry Wood
Joaquin Achucarro is the soloist in Brahms' Piano Concerto No 2 James Loughran conducts the Hall6 Orchestra leader MARTIN MILNER
The programme opens with Haydn's Overture to an English Opera.
Executive producer KENNETH GORDON
Sound JEFF BAKER. Lighting HARRY THOMAS Producer DAVID BUCKTON
A series of four programmes 1: Big Boat Cruising
Of the thousands of people in Britain who go sailing each year, many choose the relaxation of cruising. For a week Martin Mun castcr follows the schooner Hoshi and the Brixham trawler Provident from Salcombe, Devon, to Brittany and the Channel Islands.
Producer JEREMY PALLANT
as Sergeant Bilko