Science: Dating a Granite
12.30 Cognitive Development: Reaching and Grasping Producer ANNE DIACK
12.55 INSAT: Implications for a Nation
Producer JOHN STRATFORD
Written and presented by Mike Amatt
Animation SIMON AND SARA BOR Director SID WADDELL Producer DAVID BROWN BBC North West (R)
Weather followed by Sweat of the Sun, Tears of the Moon
5: Bravo, Blood and Circuses Jack Pizzey meets three stars, each reflecting a facet of South American psyche. Produced and directed by CLIVE FLEURY (R)
Weather followed by One Man and His Dog Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall The Finals from Chatsworth
His Grace, The Duke of Devonshire, presents the trophies.
JOHN THOMAS and Don
JOHN WILSON and Peg (Scotland) Brace
TOT LONGTON with Jess and Toss (England)
V JOHN MACLEOD with Ben III and Cap (Scotland) Producer IAN SMITH (R)
Frank Nelson s Toys for Grown-Ups
Producer MARK ROWLAND BBC Leeds (R)
2: Daily Flights to Olympus Will Bannion be able to face the truth behind his image? (R)
Last of six programmes Journey's End
Tony Butler , Ron and Rags reach their destination. But first Tony meets a collector with racing cars worth millions, finds out why a Loughborough firm rings a bell, and pops in for a pint at the home of British brewing. Director JOHN s w. TAYLOR Producer PETER HISCOCKS BBC Pebble Mill
In this week's programme of non-stop music,
Moira Anderson is the star singer and Kevin Morgan the star tuba player.
AGNES STREET BAND conductor ERNEST RUDDOCK
with John Tovey and Marjorie Lofthouse
Belle Isle House is an elegant 18th-century roundhouse in the middle of Lake
Windermere. Susan Curwen , the owner, shows Marjorie around, while John prepares a dinner party in the dining room ... a celebration to mark the end of the series.
Tom Conway Mona Maris
Aiding a young lady, Tom Lawrence - the Falcon - discovers a brand new painting
Dy an artist believed dead for 15 years.
Screenplay GEORGE WORTHING YATES GERALD GERAGHTY
Produced by MAURICE GERAGHTY Directed WILLIAM BERKE
(Posponed from 5 August)
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Mr Ginsberg is training
Tommy for the big match. Directed by FRED GUIOL
An RKO film
Tonight a visit to the 94th season of Henry Wood Proms by one of the world's great orchestras the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra under its new Chief
Conductor Riccardo Chailly. Part 1 Mozart
Piano Concerto No 19 in F (K 459). Soloist Radu Lupu
8.05*-8.25* One Hundred Years of Music
In the interval
Michael Berkeley talks to
Riccardo Chailly and Richard Osborne about the history and unique reputation of both the orchestra and its famous
Concertgebouw concert hall celebrating this year a combined centenary. Director DAVID STEVENS
Part 2 Bruckner
Symphony No 3 in D minor (1889 version)
Under conductors like
Mengelberg and Haitink the Concertgebouw Orchestra has established a world reputation in the Viennese late romantic repertoire. Tonight they perform the first of Bruckner's symphonies to exhibit his emerging mature style. Introduced by Michael Berkeley
Lighting DAN CRANEFIELD Sound GRAHAM HAINES JOHN RUSHBY SMITH Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN
Directed by BARRIE GAVIN
A simultaneous broadcast with Radio 3. Viewers with stereo Radio 3 may wish to turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen. but a few feet away.
Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative.
Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones
Last chance to get your complaints in before the series finishes. with Janice Cramer Robin Driscoll
Peter McCarthy Garfield Morgan
Written by CLIVE ANDERSON
MARTIN BOOTH, ROBIN DRISCOLL ROB GRANT , JOHN IRWIN
TERRY KYAN. RORY MCGRATH
DOUG NAYLOR , GRIFF RHYS JONES JAMIE RIX , MEL SMITH
PAUL SMITH , NICK WILTON Music by PETER BREWIS
Production JOHN KILBY , JAMIE RIX (R) 'Alas Smith and Jones', including; Kray-Tel, News for the Elderly, ... And now the Football Results, A
Sketch about Being Sick, But First the Headlines and A Song in Aid of Starving Has-Beens. RecordjCassette; REBIZCF 527, price £5.99 available from retailers.
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Last in the series
Madame Mao as a vindictive queen of the night and Henry Kissinger wielding a whip as a sex mad Chinese landlord - these are just two of the characters in the new opera Nixon in China based on President Nixon's 1972 visit to Peking.
In this final report from the Edinburgh Festival,
Muriel Gray also encounters a troupe of romantically inclined monkeys from France.
Title music ANDREW POPPY Cameramen TONY COWAN and COLIN GODFREY Sound Recordists
ALAN COOPER , PETER BRILL Producer KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Reporters NICK CLARKE
LINDA CHRISTMAS, CHRIS LOWE
DAVID COSS , GAVIN ESLER
JAMES HOGG. WILL HUTTON
WESLEY KERR , PETER MARSHALL
DAVID SELLS. DAVID TINDALL
Directors JOHN WILKINSON
Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON Editor JOHN MORRISON
starring Arletty Maria Dea
1485: the Devil, out to destroy earthly love, sends two agents posing as minstrels to a betrothal feast in Provence, but their mission goes awry when one of them falls in love with the bride-to-be and the Devil is forced to intervene.
Marcel Carne 's glittering production of a medieval fantasy is highlighted by a wickedly witty performance by Jules Berry as the Devil.
Screenplay by JACQUES PREVERT and PIERRE LAROCHE
Directed by MARCEL CARNE
A French film with English subtitles
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