6.25 Chemical Processes
6.50 Learning from Experience
7.15 Einstein's Theory
7.40 All Those in Favour
8.5 Social Psychology: Identity
8.30 Science: A Portrait of Summer School
8.55 Pictures of Politics
9.20 Maths: Finding a Formula
9.45 A Convent Education
10.10 Cosmology Before Newton
10.35 Emperor Augustus: Portrait and Image
11.0 Dance Without Steps
11.25 Christian Community in Co Clare
11.50 Biology: Pattern Formation
12.15 Pine Point: A Lead-Zinc Deposit
12.40 The Novel and Television: 1
1.5 Sodium Chemistry
1.30 Maths Methods: Vector Products
6.25 Chemical Processes
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
Golf from Leeds
The Car Care Plan International
A maintenance of rhythm, direction, even temper, good fortune, putting stroke and, at all times, good manners, should result in the third-round leader being champion by about five -and 116,000 or thereabouts, better off. Simple really. Everyone, including the commentators, is back for the final round.
The John Player League
And there is a tidy sum in cricket these days too. The winners' share in this is £14,000 come September. jim LAKER, CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and PETER WALKER describe play at one, and report progress in the other one-day matches.
No, not fighting on television on the Sabbath, just the part where the boxers are weighed, and there are the scales in the studio to prove it. By the way, the kilos belong to FRANK BRUNO , well-known in these parts, and one
JAMES 'BONECRUSHER' SMITH who Mr Lynam has agreed to interview, but handshaking is out. The fight - Bruno v Smith -is at Wembley tonight and on your screens tomorrow.
Television presentation: Golf HAROLD ANDERSON.
RICHARD TILLING , ALASTAIR SCOTT Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Assistant editor, Grandstand BRIAN BARWICK Producer, Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor, Grandstand JOHN philips
plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Jan Leeming
Nine stories set in a timeshare flat 2: Happy Days by JULIA JONES
A group of lifelong friends arrive at Calderose Manor unaware that their relationships will change drastically during the course of this holiday.
Music by KENYON EMRYS ROBERTS
Costume designer JUANITA WATERSON Make-up designer FRANCES NEEDHAM Designer ALLAN ANSON
Producer EVGENY GRIDNEFF Director ROBERT TRONSON
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Television cook Glynn Christian embarks on a Mediterranean cruise of exciting culinary discoveries and delights. First port of call is Venice.
Siberian cranes dancing, sunbirds sipping nectar, weaverbirds weaving, Asian lions lounging: all these and more are the India of Salim Ali.
In his 87 years he's travelled the length and breadth of the sub-continent, from the peaks of the Himalayas to the sands of Cape Comorin, from the Great Rann of Kutch to the marshes of Bharatpur. Revered as the grand old man of ornithology and conservation, he's done more than anyone living to save the country's wild places and inspire the new generation of Indian naturalists.
1: A Century of Song
The Ducal Palace, Mantua, is the starting-point for this expert series about the 'pop' music of the High Renaissance. With a selection of songs that range from the light, witty and erotic to the passionate and heartfelt, The King's Singers outline the rise in popularity of madrigals and show how they became the rage of Europe. Emma Kirkby and the Consort of Musicke, directed by the series' musical adviser, Anthony Rooley , perform additional examples. The programme also offers a panorama of the 16th century as a prelude to the 'tour' which begins next week in France.
Photography IAN PUNTER
Film editor ARTHUR BENNETT Designer TONY CORNELL
Music recording RAY ANGEL Director PETER BARTLETT
Series written, produced by PETER BUTLER
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A three-part story of young men whose lives collide in post-war Poland starring Michal Aniol
Andrzej Golejewski , Jan Jurewicz 1: Blood
In early 1945 life in war-torn Poland is a bleak struggle for survival. Food is scarce, the old currency is no longer valid, land is being redistributed. Amid this confusion the ideological certainties and determination of the National Liberation Committee seem very attractive to three young men of totally different backgrounds....
This unusually frank picture of Poland from the inside caused a sensation when it was shown there during the days of Solidarity. Following the lives of ordinary people from 1945 to the overthrow of Stalinism in 1956, this series shows how Communist bureaucracy transforms their hopes and ideals into weary cynicism.
English commentary spoken by Bernard Hepton
Written by ALEKSANDER MINKOWSKI Directed by ANDRZEJ KOSTENKO
A Polish series with English subtitles
An affectionate tribute to the memory of the kid from Red Bank, New Jersey-William 'Count' Basie, who died two weeks ago at the age of 79. The programme includes contributions from: Fats Waller , Pete Johnson
Buddy Tate , John Hammond Eddie 'Lockjaw'
Davis Billie Holiday, Benny Moten and Eddie Durham and some of the great jazz standards which Basie made his own:
'One o'clock jump', 'Jumping at the woodside', 'Dickie's dream', and 'April in Paris'. Narrated by Annie Ross
Directors JOHN JEREMY , ANGUS TROWBRIDGE