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7.15 Sociology: Caste and Class

7.40 Community and Order

8.5 Modern Art: Mondrian

8.30 Trees in Data Processing

8.55 Maths Modelling: Bicycles

9.20 Force and Violence

9.45 Maths: Catastrophe Theory

10.10 Pure Maths: Space-Time Geometry

10.35 Statistics: Conflict

11.0 OUSA National Conference

11.25 Education: Who Holds the Purse?

11.50 Biology: Insect Hormones

12.15 Classical Greece: Shipping

12.40 Living Language

1.5 From Coal to Colour

1.30 Mechanics: Forces in an Engine

Introduced by Bob Wilson
Motor Racing from Spa
Belgian Grand Prix
A chance for the drivers to get the pedal to the metal after the constraints of street racing in Monaco where
McLaren and ALAIN PROST came good again.
JAMES and MURRAY in race trim from the start.
Cricket
John Player Special League Grandstand's not allowed to tell you who or where, but can show you how, and tell you when. Commentators PETER WALKER and CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS
Gymnastics from Oslo
The Men European Championships
So you're still happy with your body? Try holding the crucifix for a couple of seconds - and then try it with the rings. The World and European Champion with vaulting ambition is
COMRADE BILOSERTCHEV -
DIMITRI to his pals in the East. RON PICKERING commentates.
Show Jumping from Hickstead
The Everest Double Glazing Nations Cup
Seven nations, four to a team, three to count, twice round apiece. There's only one RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD - there's nothing to say about STEPHEN HADLEY !
Programme timings will be screened on the hour and half-hour, where appropriate. TV presentation:
Motor Racing BELGIAN TV SERVICE Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Gymnastics NORWEGIAN TV SERVICE Show Jumping ALASTAIR SCOTT Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bob Wilson
Unknown:
Alain Prost
Commentators:
Peter Walker
Commentators:
Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown:
Stephen Hadley
Unknown:
Bob Duncan
Unknown:
Alastair Scott
Editor:
Brian Barwick

Stuart's guest for the fifth in this series of six programmes of popular songs, ballads and operatic arias is the soprano Eiddwen Harrhy
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

Unknown:
Barry Haskey
Accompanist:
Robin Stapleton
Unknown:
Barry Smith
Unknown:
Peter J. Hunt
Designer:
Doug Collins
Producer:
J. Mervyn
Directed By:
Neil Davies.
on BBC Two England

Sarah Greene meets young people in the arts.
This week: Vivianna Durante from the Royal Ballet; Paul Marleyn (cello) and Debbie Shah (piano) from the Royal Academy of Music; Robin Williams, a furniture designer from Parnham House in Dorset; Sarah Davies, a fashion designer from the Royal College of Art; Jane Wood, a model candidate from the Lucie Clayton School; and David Scheinmann, a photographer from the London College of Printing.

Contributors

Presenter:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Vivianna Durante
Cello:
Paul Marleyn
Cello:
Debbie Shah
Music:
Robin Williams
Unknown:
Sarah Davies
Unknown:
Jane Wood
Unknown:
David Scheinmann
Series Consultant:
John Hosier
Designer:
Patrick Tottle
Assistant Producer:
Nel Romano
Producer:
Alan Russell

Natural disasters-earthquakes, hurricanes, famine - are hitting our planet on an unprecedented scale. Television brings fresh images of distress, death and misery into our living-rooms. Faced with forces apparently too great to handle, many of us suffer a feeling of hopelessness.
But it need not be like that.
Richard Kershaw reports on the new developments in the management of disasters; on how Bangladesh has, for six months, been successfully fighting off a famine that threatens six million people; how Latin America copes with earthquakes; and he investigates the horrendous lessons to be learned from the African famine.
The contributors include
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Film cameraman JOHN BECK Film sound DAVID BRABANTS Film editor STEPHEN GABELL
Executive producer ANTHONY ISAACS Producer DESMOND LAPSLEY

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Kershaw
Unknown:
John Beck
Editor:
Stephen Gabell
Producer:
Anthony Isaacs
Producer:
Desmond Lapsley

Belgian Grand Prix
A quarter way through the season the World
Championship is in top gear. As the teams return to the Circuit de Spa-
Francorchamps after a two-year absence ELIO DE ANGELIS in his Lotus is just two points ahead of McLaren's ALAIN
PROST and Ferrari's MICHELE ALBORETO. The Italian driver in his scarlet car won the Belgian Grand Prix at Zolder last year and nearly beat
Prost to the line at Monaco two weeks ago. After three second places this year
Alboreto now looks set to record his first victory of the season.
Commentators
MURRAY WALKER , JAMES HUNT Television presentation RTBF Producer ROGER MOODY

Contributors

Unknown:
Michele Alboreto.
Unknown:
Murray Walker

by CHARLES DICKENS
The last of eight episodes dramatised by ARTHUR HOPCRAFT starring Denholm Elliott
Lady Dedlock has died on the steps of the burial ground where her lover, Hawdon, was anonymously interred.
Richard, now married to Ada, continues to pursue the legal cause of Jarndyce and Jarndyce with an obsession that concerns everyone....
Splendid television (FINANCIAL TIMES)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Dickens
Dramatised By:
Arthur Hopcraft
Unknown:
Denholm Elliott

I starring
Michael Sarrazin Jennifer O'Neill Margot Kidder
'That voice must have belonged to the man I once was. I must have lived before,' explains a handsome young lecturer to account for his strange nightmares. He believes that he is 'Jeff, a young man savagely murdered by his wife Marcia, now living again as Peter Proud. He and his girlfriend head for
Massachusetts hoping to solve the mystery of his former existence....
Screenplay by MAX EHRLICH , from his novel
Produced by FRANK p. ROSENBERG Directed by j. LEE THOMPSON
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Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Sarrazin
Unknown:
Jennifer O'Neill
Unknown:
Margot Kidder
Unknown:
Peter Proud.
Unknown:
Max Ehrlich
Produced By:
Frank P. Rosenberg
Directed By:
J. Lee Thompson
Peter Proud:
Michael Sarrazin
Ann Curtis:
Jennifer O'Neill
Marcia Curtis:
Margot Kidder
Nora Hayes:
Cornelia Sharpe
Dr Samuel Goodman:
Paul Hecht
Jeff Curtis:
Tony Stephano
Dr Frederick Spear:
Normann Burton
Ellen Curtis:
Anne Ives
Suzy:
Debralee Scott
Newspaper custodian:
Jon Richards
Dr Crennis:
Steve Franken
Pop Johnson:
Fred Stuthman
Car saleman:
Lester Fletcher
Room clerk:
Paul Nevens
Miss Hagerson:
Breanna Benjamin

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