6.5 Einstein's Belief
6.30 Oceanography: Currents
6.55 Learning and Doing Maths
7.20 Tectonics and the Red Sea
7.45 How Electricity is Generated
6.5 Einstein's Belief
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds At the Vet's
DAVID ASHTON and some young friends take Honeybunch to the hospital.
Producer BARBARA PARKER
starring Lana Turner , Clark Gable In the first of this afternoon's films, Lana Turner is ideally cast as the beautiful Elizabeth Cotton - a woman with amorous designs on con-man 'Candy' Johnson. When he decides to take over the gold-rush town of Honky Tonk, she decides that he needs all the help she can give him ...
Screenplay by MARGUERITE ROBERTS and JOHN SANFORD Directed by jack CONWAY
Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN
Films: page 16 and at 3.55
The Train starring Burt Lancaster
Paul Scofield , Jeanne Moreau
Based on one of the most daring incidents of World War II, this classic adventure story tells of one man's struggle to save some of France's greatest art treasures from the Nazis. When the Germans decide to move many of the finest paintings across the border, the French underground fighters determine to stop them. Led by a railway official, Labiche, the Resistance carries out its dangerous plan to 'kidnap' the train on its way to Germany....
Screenplay by FRANKLIN TOES and FRANK DAVIS Produced by JULES BRICK EN
Directed by JOHN FRANKENHEIMER Films: page 16
A series of eight programmes To Gateshead, Newcastle and The Tyne
Novelist and playwright Beryl Bainbridge makes a journey around England and Englishness. She travels to many of the places visited by J. B. Priestley 50 years earlier.
She finds a shop in Gateshead which is a remarkable contrast with those in Newcastle's Eldon Square , and rides the metro to the seaside to meet the pub entertainers who are beating the telly. On the way she calls at Swan Hunters Yard and takes a look at Jarrow. Narration
J. B. PRIESTLEY , BERYL BAINBRIDGE
Film editor DAVE kitson
Photography JOHN WARWICK Producer DAVID PRITCHARD
Executive producer JAMES DEWAR. BBC West
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
The Final (Frames 25-35)
Seventeen days ago 32 hopefuls set out on snooker's toughest trail. Today only two remain.
Behind them lie more than 100 highly competitive frames, ahead lie just 11 more frames that will finally decide who will be the 1984 World Professional Snooker Champion, earning prize money of Â£44,000.
David Vine introduces live coverage of the whole of this evening's session.
(A new quiz series. Pot the Question begins on BBC1 on Thursday at 6.40)
Presented by Anneka Rice
In the last of eight programmes Windsor Davies and his wife Lynne go to sea and presenter Anneka parachutes from 2,000 feet.
'I never thought when we started we'd be out here sailing along by ourselves', says Windsor to his wife Lynne as they sail to Llanddwyn Island in North Wales.
'The plane will still be there - it'll be you that's gone', says the parachute instructor as he explains jump procedure to ANNEKA RICE.
Film editor PATRICK FLEMING Research VICKI MOORE
Produced by PETER RAMSDEN
The Malvern Link
Ever since World War II, military science has dominated the nation's scientific endeavour, and today the commitment to sustain an independent British weapons industry remains our overriding scientific priority.
But how good is our military science and technology, and what is its impact on the nation's overall scientific performance? For the first time on television we look inside this closed world, talk to the people who design and build the weapons, meet our top weapons scientists and visit Britain's key electronic warfare laboratory -
RSRE Malvern. The Royal Signals and Radar Establishment was the birthplace of radar and today is carrying out research into new electronic warfare systems for the 1990s and beyond. It is also the centre of an experiment, 'the Malvern link', which could have a decisive effect on the future shape of the nation's science and technology.
Narrator Martin Jarvis
Film editor KEITH RAVEN
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Written and produced by ADRIAN MILNE
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield The Final
Who has won the World Title?
DAVID VINE introduces highlights
11.50* The Novel and Television
PROFESSOR ARNOLD KETTLE looks at three examples of televised novels.
12.15* am The Language of Advancement A look at the decision to establish schools where teaching is in Welsh.