The programme with the informal air introduced by BOB LANGLEY. A chance to meet the people and personalities who drop in to talk about ideas, events and interests. Plus a daily chat with the Weatherman BERT FOORD
Editor TERRY DOBSON
Otters, Wild Cats, and Golden Eagles: rarely seen in the wild but all live happily in a Hertfordshire garden.
Peter West talks to Grahame Dangerfield about his unique collection.
Producer MIKE BEGG
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR
2.5 Words and Pictures
Sam on Boffs' Island: Part 13 (Colour)
2.25 Going to Work The Interview â€¡
2.50 Maths Workshop: Stage 1 Discs and Circles â€¡
3.13 Science Extra: Physics Patterns of Chance
3.35 Twentieth-Century Focus
Cinema: Medium and Audience
How the medium found a public; how the cinema boomed, slumped and then found a young audience.
Commentary by MICHAEL RODD Producer BERNARD ADAMS
with Rosemary Leach
Nordy Bank by SHEENA PORTER
It should have been a perfect holiday, camping on the ancient hill-fort. But from the moment Bron arrived there, she felt lonely and frightened. And when she saw the wolf for the first time, things got even worse.... 1: A Camp on a Hill-top
The Story of an African Prince
The life of the chief's young son, Yao, is in danger when Zakoro, the stranger, takes his place as head of the tribe.
Story read by MARTIN JARVIS
Presented by PEGGY MILLER
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
Presented by Michael Barratt
Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
Reporters BRIAN ASH , BERNARD FALK JAMES HOGG , SUE LAWLEY LYNN LEWIS , DAVID LOMAX
JOHN SWINFIELD , PHILIP TIBENHAM
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
Presented by Paddy Feeny
This last heat of the series decides which three out of 15 teams go forward to the Final next week to fight it out for the Sunday Times Young Scientists' trophy. The teams are:
Stafford v Southport v Wallington and they'll show their original science projects to three senior scientists:
Professor Anthony Bradshaw Professor Ralph Wain
Director ROBIN BATES
Producer ROBIN BOOTLE
From the Captain's log - some earlier adventures of the Star-Ship Enterprise.
This week: The Omega Glory Orbiting aimlessly without a crew the USS Exeter presents the appearance of a Marie Celeste in space to the incredulous eyes of Captain Kirk and his boarding party, but they soon find something far more sinister than was seen in that ancient mystery of the sea.
TV's top reporters close in on the most interesting topics of the day. Alastair Burnet
Michael Charlton Alan Hart
Richard Kershaw Julian Pettifer Alan Watson
Assistant editor DAVID HARRISOS Editor ROBERT ROWLAND
Song at Twilight by WILLIS HALL with and
Eddie Ritchie once ' played for England,' or did he? The team have their doubts.
Sound COLIN DIXON
Lighting JOHN TREAVS
Designer RICHARD WILMOT Producer IRENE SHUBIK Director HERBERT wist
(Willis Hall 's Choice: page 5)
at Tiffany's, Glasgow with Terry Wogan and Miss United Kingdom Jenny McAdam
Compere DAVID FINDLAY and THE JOHNNY HOWARD ORCHESTRA West. Scotland v
Organised by Mecca Promotions Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Director KEN GRIFFIN
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR
5: Akenfield ' in Suffolk
For three and a half years director Peter Hall has been trying to set up this film, from Ronald Blythe 's book, about a Suffolk village. The film industry showed little interest because of the unconventional way he intends making it.
Producer TREVOR PETERS
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