6.5 Abstract Expressionism: 1. 6.30 The North Sea. 6.55 Mechanisms of Photosynthesis. 7.20 From Peridotite to Granite. 7.45 Jackson Pollock.
3: Where Do We Go from Here?
The implications for the future of mathematics education are discussed by all those involved.
Producer JOHN JAWORSKI
A BBC/Open University production
A series of 14 programmes 1: Preview
Some of the personalities taking part in the series, including RON GREENWOOD , KEVIN KEEGAN and BOBBY ROBSON , speak about the positive effects of good coaching.
Producer BOB ABRAHAMS (Part 2 tomorrow at 5.35 pm)
The last of eight programmes
Unemployed Car Workers from De Lorean factory, West Belfast
Film cameraman STEVE SAUNDERSON Film editor GREG MILLER
Producer PHILIP DONNELLAN
Ten films in which Magnus Magnusson explores the Viking world 9: Empire of the Northern Seas
The Atlantic isles of Shetland and Orkney were a Viking world in miniature. Tonight MAGNUS MAGNUSSON looks for the relics of his namesake, St Magnus, in the walls of Kirkwall Cathedral, and for the spirit of Earl Thorfinn the Mighty, who presided over a golden age of Viking life from his impregnable palace stronghold. with JEREMY KEMP , JOHN BENNETT
Music by JACK POINT
Series adviser PROFESSOR P. H. SAWYER Producer RAY SUTCLIFFE
Series producer DAVID COLLISON
John Mortimer , barrister, broadcaster, dramatist and bestselling author, was 60 this year.
To mark the occasion Roy Plomley visited him at home to find out what, in so varied a life, gives him most pleasure - and received some surprising answers.
Producer MICHAEL KERR
Introduced this year by Heinz Wolff
The Ghost at the Machine
In the first of a brand new series of nine programmes, three teams are given a most unusual challenge. It is the aftermath of an office party and a secretary asks them to type a message on an electric typewriter-only there is a problem. The typewriter is in a locked room so all the operation has to be done through the keyhole.
The teams have three and a half hours to build devices that will accomplish the task, then only one minute to amaze the studio audience with their typing abilities.
Guest judge DR ANDY IRWIN
Assistant producer MAX WHITBY
Producer CHARLES HUFF
with subtitles, followed by Weather
This week Arthur Negus is joined by George Smith , the internationally famous floral artist. Flower motifs abound on porcelain and furniture at Dudmaston, but the real treat is the family collection of 18th-century Dutch flower paintings. All this is complemented by GEORGE SMITH 'S own beautiful flower arrangements.
Lighting ALAN HITCHCOCK Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol
* Subtitles on Ceejax page 270
Gerald Harrison introduces the second of two programmes featuring musical highlights from last year's competition played by Camborne Town Band
Desford Colliery Dowty Band Leyland Vehicles Band
The Whitburn Burgh Band
Recorded on location at
The Assembly Rooms, Derby Producer KEN GRIFFIN
by MRS HENRY WOOD adapted by PHILIP MACKIE starring
Martin Shaw as Archibald Carlyle 1: England 1845. The bankrupt Earl of Mount Severn dies leaving his beautiful 18-year-old daughter Isabel penniless and East Lynne, his country house, in the possession of a rising young lawyer, Archibald Carlyle. Over the next 12 years East Lynne is to be the setting for a story of murder and deceit, star-crossed love and high tragedy in this new adaptation of one of the most popular novels of the last century.
Music composed by CHRISTOPHER GUNNING Director DAVID GREEN
Costume designer GILL HARDIE
Producer COLIN SHINDLER
( Part will be shown tomorrow at 9.0 pm)
BBC2 Invitation Pairs Crown Green Bowling Tournament Semi-final
Ken Strutt and David Blackburn v Brian Prolze and Stan Frith
The second semi-final will be a close match. Much-fancied Strutt and Blackburn had a hard match in the last round, winning by a close margin of 15-13, while their opponents Prolze and Frith had a walkaway win in the last quarter-final.
Tonight's victors will be matched against last week's winners and holders, THOMPSON and HITCHEN, in the final.
Introduced by Richard Duckenfield from the Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool Commentator HARRY RIGBY
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
11.45 The Mariner 9 Code
The Mariner 9 probe sent splendid high-definition pictures back from Mars using a tiny power transmitter. A triumph for codes and coding theory.
12.10 The Barber Years
Balance of payments and money supply are problems for all governments. Here we explore Anthony Barber 's economic policy-making when he was Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1971 to 1974.
12.35 ' A Many Splendoured Thing ' (2) The second of two programmes which examine the implications of the silicon chip by looking at two mini-computers. ana seeing how chips are affecting the learning and playing opportunities in California.