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7.40 Foundation Maths - Numbers

8.5 Industrialisation and Culture

8.30 Maths -Galois Theory (1)

8.48 Maths - Galois Theory (2)

8.55 Fragments

9.20 Atoms and Molecules

9.45 Circadian Rhythms (2)

10.10 Human Behaviour

10.35 Maths - Differential Equations

11.0 Urban Education: A Sense of Belonging

11.25 'Circles'

11.50 Geophysics

12.15 The Turbine Blade

with Michael Wilding

Anna Neagle plays a Mayfair dress-designer in this light-hearted romantic comedy. Co-star Michael Wilding is the owner of her salon and their chief aim in life is to outwit D'Arcy Davenport, owner of a rival establishment.

Films: page 9

Contributors

Producer/Director:
Herbert Wilcox
Eileen Grahame:
Anna Neagle
Michael Gore-Brown:
Michael Wilding
D'Arcy Davenport:
Peter Graves
Sir Henry Hazelrigg:
Nicholas Phipps
Janet:
Thora Hird
Police Inspector:
Tom Walls

A series of programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC regions and now seen for the first time throughout the UK.
Tonight from BBC West
Life Story: Tango in Old Time
Every fortnight WAYNE and WENDY PACKARD drive 200 miles from Bristol to Bradford for a dancing lesson. It is an act of dedication that has made them Old Time dancing champions.
This is the story of how they became dancers, of their lives together and of the strange world of flowing chiffon and elegant tails to which they belong.
Producer KEITH SHEATHER
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD

Contributors

Unknown:
Wendy Packard
Unknown:
Frank Gillard

starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye Wayne Rogers as Trapper John Kim
The smallest soldier. Among the latest batch of casualties from the battle front is a five-year-old Korean boy, full of shrapnel. He soon captures the hearts of everyone at the hospital - especially Trapper's.

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Alda
Unknown:
Hawkeye Wayne Rogers
Unknown:
John Kim

Robin Ray introduces a concert from this year's Edinburgh International Festival featuring one of the world's greatest symphony orchestras, the Vienna Philharmonic conductor Claudio Abbado
The programme consists of two short 20th-century works followed by Brahms's massive first piano concerto in which the soloist is one of the most distinguished and celebrated of today's younger generation of pianists - MAURIZIO POLLINI
Webern Passacaglia , Op 1
Schoenberg A survivor from Warsaw, Op 46
Narrator GUNTHER REICH
CAPPELLA SINGERS
Brahms Piano Concerto No 1, in D minor
Soloist Maurizio Pollini
Lighting JOHN MCCAW. Sound IAN DUNN Producer JAMES HUNTER. BBC Scotland

Contributors

Introduces:
Robin Ray
Conductor:
Claudio Abbado
Pianists:
Maurizio Pollini
Pianists:
Webern Passacaglia
Narrator:
Gunther Reich
Soloist:
Maurizio Pollini
Producer:
James Hunter.

starring
Britt Ekland , Pierre Clementi
Liliana Cavani 's adaptation of Sophoeles's Antigone is set in a European city where a revolution has been attempted and failed. Although it is an offence to touch the dead rebels who litter the streets, Antigone is determined to find her brother's corpse and bury it.
Director LILIANA CAVANI. Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
Britt Ekland
Unknown:
Pierre Clementi
Unknown:
Liliana Cavani
Director:
Liliana Cavani.
Antigone:
Britt Ekland
Tiresias:
Pierre Clementi
Haimon:
Tomas Milian
Haimon's father:
Francesco Leonetti
Ismene:
Delia Boccardo
Ismene's fiancé:
Marino Mase

There is an area of the Western Atlantic between Florida and Bermuda where ships and planes have vanished without trace, in such numbers and in such strange circumstances that seemingly no rational explanations are possible. ufos, time-space warps, magnetic anomalies have all been seriously suggested as the cause of these disappearances, which are still going on today. Is there a rational solution to the case of the Bermuda Triangle, or is this a mystery that science cannot solve? By investigating some of the best known and more bizarre of these incidents, an answer begins to emerge. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Written and produced by GRAHAM MASSEY

Contributors

Narrator:
Paul Vaughan
Editor:
Peter Goodchild
Produced By:
Graham Massey

starring
Googie Withers, James Donald
The medical staff of Yeoman's Hospital in the Midlands wage daily battles for the sick and injured. But there is conflict too in their private lives, and for surgeon Sophie Dean future promotion could mean being separated from the man she loves, research pathologist Neil Marriner.
Director PAT JACKSON
. Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
James Donald
Unknown:
Sophie Dean
Unknown:
Neil Marriner.
Director:
Pat Jackson
Dr Sophie Dean:
Googie Withers
Neil Marriner:
James Donald
Groom Sr:
Godfrey Tearle
Joan Shepherd:
Petula Clark
Dolly Clark:
Moira Lister
Dick Groom:
Jack Watling

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