6.50 'The Art of Physick'
7.15 A Community by Design?
7.40 A New Breed
8.05 An Exam for All Reasons
8.55 Calculating Pi
9.20 The Golden Rule
9.45 Prometheus Unbound
10.10 Calculus: The Directional Derivative
10.35 Legal Standards
11.00 Palladio: Three Villas
11.25 Energy Resources
11.50 Everyday Violence
12.15 Industrial Democracy
12.40 The Bennett Report
1.05 Stand by Your Banner!
1.30 Modem Art: Pollock
1.55 Mountain Building in the Western Himalayas
2.20 Health Care: Mozambique
6.50 'The Art of Physick'
Just a couple of hours ago, the Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race started in the Eastern Solent.
Among the 27 entries are two all-female crews and an entry from Russia.
Reports on the build-up plus scenes as the Big Race begins.
Over two-and-a-half million Indian soldiers saw action in the Second World War and three Indian divisions played a major role in the Allied victory in Cassino which commanded the road to Rome. In May, a group of veterans returned to pay homage to their 6,000 comrades killed in Italy.
A Network East production
In Concert: Ravi Shankar
First of four programmes of classical music from the Indian sub-continent. Saeed Jaffrey introduces Pandit Ravi Shankar , on the 50th anniversary of his first public recital.
Assitant producer FARAH DURRANI Director BISH MEHAY
Editor NARENDHRA MORAR
NatWest Bank Trophy Final Middlesex v Warwickshire from Lord's. Tony Lewis with further live coverage. Summarisers:
Ray Illingworth David Acfield.
Moira Stuart presents today's latest news and sport.
Jill Dando reviews the week in pictures, with subtitles. Followed by Weatherview.
Last in a series of six programmes.
A series of psychodramas led by psychotherapist Jinnie Jefferies.
Elsie is a widow of 71. Not a day passes when she doesn't weep with longing for the love of her only daughter; a love she is unlikely ever to receive. In her psychodrama, Elsie confronts her daughter and rids herself of years of pent-up fury in the hope of coming to terms with the painful facts of her life.
A Brook production for BBCtv
A Special Concert to
Commemorate the Outbreak of the Second World War with Leonard Bernstein
Liv Ullmann , Hermann Prey Barbara Hendricks
Lukas Foss , Antoni Wit Marek Drewnowski and the Polish Radio National Symphony
Orchestra from Warsaw Opera House.
Fifty years ago this weekend, Nazi armed forces invaded
Poland. Tonight, in a unique collaboration between
American, Polish, German and British musicians and broadcasters, the event is commemorated in a concert of music from two centuries and three countries. The programme begins with the Polish national anthem and continues with a song from Mahler's Des Knaben Wunderhom, the 'Lachrymosa' and 'Agnus Dei ' from the Polish Requiem by Penderecki, Schoenberg's Survivor from Warsaw, Beethoven's Overture Leonora No 3, Chopin's Polonaise in A flat and Bernstein's Chichester Psalms. The music is woven together by narrator Samuel Pisar , himself an Auschwitz survivor.
Associate director PETER MANIURA Director HUMPHREY BURTON
A UNITEL/BBC/POLISH TELEVISION production
NatWest Bank Trophy Final. Middlesex v Warwickshire from Lord's. Tony Lewis with highlights of today's final. Executive producer KEITH MACKENZIE
Oscar Peterson ,
Michel Legrand and Claude Boiling come together for the first time, playing solos, duets and trios on grand pianos in front of an audience at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.
Directed by JOHN COULSON A CBC production