23 September 1984
The Sea of Faith
The second programme in Don Culpitt's series examines the religious theories of Darwin, Freud and Jung.
Kyung Wha Chung Plays Bach
The second of four programmes featuring the Korean violinist.
World Chess Championships Report
Presented by Jeremy James. Anatoly Karpov and the challenger, Gary Kasparov.
Circus World Championships
From Robert Brothers' Big Top, Syon Park, Brentford. The world's best compete in four categories - Super Troupe, Foot Juggling, Hand Balancing and Flying Trapeze.
The Unipart British Professional Championship.
A digest of the week's news from Moira Stuart.
The Money Programme
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton.
Germaine Greer on board a wood-burning paddle steamer for the last 1,000 kilometres of its voyage along the Rio Sao Francisco to the centre of Brazil.
Another Six English Towns
Alec Clifton-Taylor in the magnificent Suffolk town of Bury St Edmunds, studded with delightful Georgian buildings.
Tony Gubba introduces highlights from two of the evening's matches in the Unipart British Professional Championship.
By Barry Hines. The story of a nuclear attack on Sheffield as seen through the eyes of two families - the Kemps and the Becketts - and the decade that follows. Starring Karen Heagher and Reece Dinsdale. Directed by Mike Jackson.
With Jan Leeming.
Highlights from the two remaining first round matches.