7.41 Uontgeoffroy: Life in a Chateau
8.5 Brake Testing
8.30 Science: Particle Physics
8.15 is Social Science Really Necessary? t.tt Maths: Geometry. Klein
9.45 IATA: Tel Aviv Negotiations
10.10 New Tyres from Old? 11. 35 Oil: Where from Next?
11.0 The Physics of White Dwarf Stars
11.35 Plants: Problems with Water
7.41 Uontgeoffroy: Life in a Chateau
Regional Variations (2)
Programme examining scientific evidence for and against the existence of psychic phenomena, including telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition and psychokinesis. Show more
The Schweppes Scottish League: Division I
Boroughmulr v Selkirk
An important start to the League for both the clubs and players. With the All Blacks playing two representative matches in Scotland, plus a full International, the selectors will be watching the form of many of the players, particularly JOHN RUTHERFORD and IAIN PAXTON , both of whom received injuries at the end of their Lions Tour.
BILL MCLAREN commentates, and NIGEL STARMER-SMITH brings news and views of the rest of the weekend's rugby.
Series producer HUW jones
The New Party Leader
Tonight at a special session in Brighton the Labour Party Conference votes for a new Leader and Deputy Leader. BBC2 brings live coverage of the results and talks to the winners and losers, with reaction from the Party and the Unions.
Reporting team Sir Robin Day
David Dimbleby John Tusa and Vincent Hanna
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of inter. est seen by news cameras around the world: the interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Jan Leemlng
Further live coverage from Brighton of the first ballot for the Deputy Leadership with interviews and analysis.
The Raising of Holland 1
Earlier this year Britain's first submarine, Holland 1, was put on show at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum at Gosport. In the summer of 1981 this tiny vessel was relocated off the Eddystone Rock where she'd sunk 70 years earlier. and immediately plans were put in hand for her recovery. Sandi Marshall followed the salvage operation last autumn and shared the many frustrations encountered in the struggle to move her from the seabed to her present place of honour.
Film editor DAVID SHARP Producer DAVID SPIRES
First shown on BBC South West
Live coverage from Brighton of the final result of the Deputy Leader. ship ballot, and interviews with the new Leader and Deputy Leader.
Outside broadcast producer NEIL ECCLES Editor MARGARET DOUGLAS
A three part natural history of the Wild West
Narrated by Barry Paine
2: The Land of Sleeping Mountains Death Valley, the Great Salt Lake, volcanoes, silver mines, ghost towns, and nuclear test ranges, are all part of the strange land called the Great Basin which lies between the Rocky Mountains and the spectacular Sierra Nevada in California.
Massive forces between the plates of the earth's crust are pulling apart this curiously beautiful landscape. Mountains are rising, valleys falling. Catastrophic floods and ice have left fishes in the desert, and animals marooned on mountain-tops.
The Indians believe that one day the sleeping mountains will awake and drive the white men from their land. Geologists say that major earthquakes are due, and a catastrophic eruption may be about to occur in California's backyard - the Owens Valley.
MIES HERD, WOLFGANG BAYER Graphics ANDY COWARD
Film editor ANDREW JOHNSTON Written and produced by MICHAEL ANDREWS BBC Bristol
Book, same title available from booksellers £17.50. published 22 September
Six programmes tracing the evolution of the modern symphony orchestra written and presented by Jane Glover 3: Classical
In the 1790s fashionable society flocked to Salomon's subscription concerts in the Hanover Square Rooms. His ' classical' orchestra had in its wind section the newly invented clarinet. with the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA leader JOSÉ-LUIS GARCIA from the Assembly Rooms, Bath
Director PAUL KRIWACZEK Producer VICTOR POOLE
by ANGUS WILSON
A version for television in five parts by TROY KENNEDY MARTIN 3: Exodus
As Godmanchester intended, the television lecture is a resounding success and he hands over his entire Welsh estate to the zoo for use as a wildlife reserve. It is Edwin Leacock 's dream come true.
* Subtitles on Ceelax page 270
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Anne Bancroft Patty Duke with Victor Jory
Inga Swenson Andrew Prine
The moving story of Helen Keller 's emergence from the darkness of a mute world, made possible by the brilliant teaching of a young Irish woman, Annie Sullivan , ' the miracle worker,.
Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke both won Academy Awards while re-creating their original stage performances in Arthur Penn's powerful film.
Screenplay by WILLIAM GIBSON from his own play
Produced by FRED COE
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