Programme Index

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6.50 Searching for Meaning

7.15 Sociology: Principles of Caste

7.40 Changing Britain: Changing World

8.5 Music: Modulation

8.30 Education: Toys for the Children

8.55 Maths Methods: Projectiles

9.20 The Real World

9.45 Maths: Calculus

10.10 Pure Maths: Quadric Surfaces

10.35 Computing: Integer Programming

11.0 What Value Nuclear Protests?

11.25 Special Needs in Education

11.50 Biology: Chicken or Egg?

12.15 Social Administration: The Ombudsman

12.40 Learning Maths Together

1.5 History of Mathematics

1.30 Engineering Mechanics

Introduced by Bob Wilson
Cricket
The John Player Special League
Some facts for you. The successors to Essex will win £17,000. That's for the whole team, not each - there is a limit! Individual match winners get E275 per team, and he of most sixes in the season, and the bowler with four wickets in an innings, on the most occasions, will each collect E400. Cricket in the 80s - beginning at 2.0 pm. Commentators
PETER WALKER and JIM LAKER
Golf from Wentworth
The Whyte and Mackay PGA Championship
For all those who chose cricket as a career, some additional facts. By tomorrow night the leading golfer, for his trouble, will be richer by E30,000, his nearest rival by E20,000 and the disappointed third man by just El 1,300. The total in the kitty - £180,000. It's never too late to start - the leaders for you at 2.45 pm. Commentators PETER ALLISS
HARRY CARPENTER
TONY JACKLIN , CLIVE CLARK and BRUCE CRITCHLEY TV presentation:
Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Golf HAROLD ANDERSON
RICHARD TILLING , ALASTAIR SCOTT Assistant editor. Grandstand BRIAN BARWICK
Producer, Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor, Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bob Wilson
Unknown:
Peter Walker
Commentators:
Peter Alliss
Unknown:
Harry Carpenter
Unknown:
Tony Jacklin
Unknown:
Clive Clark
Unknown:
Bruce Critchley
Unknown:
Bob Duncan
Unknown:
Golf Harold Anderson
Unknown:
Richard Tilling
Unknown:
Alastair Scott

The world-renowned Welsh tenor in a programme of popular songs, ballads and operatic arias.
Stuart's guest for the fourth in this series of six programmes is the soprano Isobel Buchanan
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by BARRY HASKEY conducted by Robin Stapleton accompanist
JOHN CONSTABLE (piano) Lighting BARRY SMITH Sound PETER J. HUNT
Designer DOUG COLLINS Executive producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS
Produced and directed by NEIL DAVIES BBC Wales

Contributors

Soprano:
Isobel Buchanan
Unknown:
Barry Haskey
Accompanist:
Robin Stapleton
Unknown:
Barry Smith
Unknown:
Peter J. Hunt
Designer:
Doug Collins
Producer:
J. Mervyn
on BBC Two England

The third of six programmes in which
Sarah Greene meets the cream of today's students of the arts whose ambitions are to be the stars of tomorrow. This week's programme features Keith Waters, a computer graphics artist from the Middlesex Polytechnic;
Mainir Williams , a soprano from the Royal Northern College of Music; Hilda Sheppard from the Royal School of Needlework; and Peter Whyman , alto-sax player with the Guildhall Jazz Band. Series consultant JOHN HOSIER Designer PATRICK TOTTLE
Assistant producer NEL ROMANO Producer ALAN RUSSELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Mainir Williams
Music:
Hilda Sheppard
Music:
Peter Whyman
Unknown:
John Hosier
Designer:
Patrick Tottle
Producer:
Nel Romano
Producer:
Alan Russell

A Place to Make Music
'There's no more beautiful place, anywhere in the world, in which to make music,' says Andre Previn. Tonight and tomorrow on BBC2, with fellow musicians
Leonard Bernstein , Seiji Ozawa , Kurt Masur , Leonard Slatkin , and a host of internationally acclaimed instrumentalists, composers and singers, Previn takes us to the spacious estate in New
England, the setting for the world's most celebrated music summer-school.
Tanglewood, in the hills of western Massachusetts, with its immaculate lawns fringed with giant pine trees, is the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. From all over America and from many countries around the world, young musicians, at the start of their professional careers, compete fiercely for a chance to go to Tanglewood to study the finer points of musicianship.
Film editor ARTHUR BENNETT
Directed by HERBERT CHAPPELL 0 FEATURE: page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
Andre Previn.
Unknown:
Leonard Bernstein
Unknown:
Seiji Ozawa
Unknown:
Kurt Masur
Unknown:
Leonard Slatkin
Editor:
Arthur Bennett
Directed By:
Herbert Chappell

Peter Seabrook visits
Belgium for one of the most spectacular floral events in Europe, held only once every five years.
Oceans of azaleas and begonias fill the huge purpose-built hall with a breathtaking display of beauty and colour - a veritable forest of tropical and hothouse plants. There are massive displays from 13 countries, including Britain. Producer NEIL ECCLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Seabrook

by CHARLES DICKENS
Dramatised in eight episodes by ARTHUR HOPCRAFT starring Diana Rigg Denholm Elliott
7: Esther has recovered from smallpox. She has encountered Lady Dedlock who confesses that she is her mother. Jo has been found desperately ill, but dies soon afterwards. Tulkinghorn has been murdered.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Hopcraft
Unknown:
Diana Rigg
Unknown:
Denholm Elliott

starring
Joanne Woodward Nell Potts
Paul Newman directs his wife and daughter in this moving version
— of a Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Deserted by her husband,
Beatrice Hunsdorffer attempts to bring up her teenage daughters Matilda and Ruth with little money and diminishing success. While
Ruth selfishly indulges in her cheerleader lifestyle, the introverted Matilda responds to the kindness of her science teacher and pursues some unusual experiments with marigolds....
Screenplay by ALVIN SARGENT
Based on the play by PAUL ZINDEL Produced and directed by PAUL NEWMAN
0 FILMS: page 16

Contributors

Unknown:
Joanne Woodward
Unknown:
Nell Potts
Unknown:
Paul Newman
Unknown:
Beatrice Hunsdorffer
Unknown:
Alvin Sargent
Play By:
Paul Zindel
Directed By:
Paul Newman
Beatrice:
Joanne Woodward
Matilda:
Nell Potts
Ruth:
Roberta Wallach
Granny:
Judith Lowry
Floyd:
Richard Venture
Mrs McKay:
Carolyn Coates
Junk man:
Will Hare
Caroline:
Estelle Omeis
Sonny:
Jess Osuna
Mr Goodman:
David Speilberg
Janice Vickery:
Ellen Dano
Miss Hanley:
Lynn Rogers
Charlie:
Roger Serbagi
Apartment manager:
John Lehne

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