6.50 Maths: And So On ...
7.15 Social Problems and Social
7.40 Maths: The Location Problem
8.05 Operating Systems
8.30 The Social Primate: Growing Up
8.55 The Export of Pollution
9.20 Light on Lasers
9.45 School of the Future?
10.10 Living with Technology: Oil
10.35 Chile in the International
11.00 The 'User-Friendly' School
11.25 Kafka and His World
11.50 Maths: Goodness of Fit
12.15 Probing the Structure of Liquids
12.40 Art in 15th-Century Italy
1.05 Mastering Management
1.30 Modern Art: Greenberg on Criticism
1.55 The Effective Manager
2.20 Attitudes: the Second
6.50 Maths: And So On ...
In Concert Special. Continuing the season presenting some of the Indian sub-continent's finest performers at the BBC's
. Pebble Mill studios.
Yakshagana Theatre. Yakshagana is the folk theatre of the Indian state of Karnataka. With its concept of 'total theatre', involving dance, music and stunning costumes,
Yakshagana lays claim to be the equal of better-known Indian dance forms.
Theatre group Yaksharanga presents an incident from the great Indian epic, The Mahabharat, called Abhimanyu's Fate. The scene is the battlefield of Kurukshetra where the armies of the five Pandavas and the 100 Kauravas face each other. Director Paul Campbell Editor Narendhra Morar
Starring Rosalind Russell Alexander Knox
The true story of Elizabeth Kenny , a young Australian nurse whose pioneering treatment of infantile paralysis led her into bitter conflict with the medical establishment.
Director Dudley Nichols
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Starring Rock Hudson Anna Kashfi
This strong drama is based on the true story of Dean Hess. Stationed at a remote airbase in South Korea, Colonel Hess becomes concerned at the number of children, orphaned by the war, who appear at the airfield. Finding a derelict temple nearby, he transforms it into an orphanage.
Director Douglas Sirk 0 FILMS: pages 23-26
For viewers who'd like to watch The Late Show but prefer to be in bed by
11.15pm, this is the first in a new weekly series of highlights from each week's programmes. Producer Jamie Muir
Presented by Moira Stuart. Lynette Lithgow reviews the week, with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing. Followed by Weatherview.
Last in a series of films each made by a different European country and profiling six different architects.
Norway: Arne Henriksen. Henriksen designs railway stations, waiting rooms, platform shelters, signal boxes and his 'masterpiece' - an enormous engine shed nearly 400m long. Far from being merely utilitarian sheds, his buildings are shaped by the most exotic influences - the architecture of ancient China, Greece, Mexico, the drawings of Leonardo da Vinci, the work of Italian architect Aldo Rossi , as well as the traditional designs of his native Norway.
Narrated by Patrick Malahide. Director Sven Erik Helgesen
By David Pirie.
Starring Charles Dance, Lindsay Duncan
September 1940, and the German invasion is imminent. Captain Truman, shell-shocked after Dunkirk, is sent to investigate civilian morale in the lonely village of Darton. What he discovers there is a nightmare that will haunt him all his life. This powerful and disturbing story, first shown in 1984, was one of the most memorable films of the decade.
Producer Michael Wearing Director Ben Bolt (R)
Moliere's classic hero takes on the trappings of a present-day rock star in this lively television adaptation. This Swedish Don Juan incorporates motifs from sources as diverse as rock videos and surrealist art.