As Long as a Piece of String
10.0 Merry-go-Round A Visitor to Lyme
South America: Land: 2
11.5 A Year's Journey
Stone from the Hills
11.30 New Horizons: China Three Chinese Paintings
6: Management information
(Bock, £1.00: see page 58)
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 the Weatherman KEITH BEST
Editor TERRY DOBSON
2.5 Colour Words and Pictures Sam on Boffs' Island: part 15
2.25 Going to Work Apprenticeship
2.50 Maths Today: Year 2 Around the Field
3.13 Look Out: Peoplesville
3.35 Twentieth-Century Focus Cinema: End of the Dream?
The great picture palaces are dead. What new form will cinema take in the 1980s?
Commentary by MICHAEL RODD Producer BERNARD ADAMS
with Anne Stallybrass
Tom Ass by ANN LAWRENCE
When Tom is given two mysterious gifts by an Elf-Woman his father warns him that: ' Every gift from the Good Folk is a tricky matter, two-handed and not to be taken lightly.' Tom quickly finds out how true this is ... Today: The Elf-Woman
(Wizards are a Nuisance, containing five stories told recently in Jackanory. now available in paperback, price 25p: see page 58)
Sixteen teams are in with a chance to win the ' Owl of Wisdom' trophy.
Heat 1: South-East
BASILDON V CLACTON-ON-SEA
Question-master GEOFFREY WHEELER
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT
(... child's play: pages 6 and 7)
TV's top reporters close in on the most interesting topics of the day. Alastair Burnet
Michael Charlton , Alan Hart
Francis Hope , Richard Kershaw Julian Pettifer , Alan Watson
Assistant editor DAVID HARRISON Editor ROBERT ROWLAND
For Sylvia or The Air Show written and performed by John Burrows and John Harding
Was this the finest hour? Sifting the truth and fiction about the Battle of Britain, Burrows and Harding give their own account of how the nation sees its heroes - and itself.
Sound NORMAN BENNETT Lighting PETER CATLETT Designer COLIN SHAW
Producer KENITH TRODD Director BARRY DAVIS
(Radio Times People: page 5)
of Campbell Adamson Director-General of the Confederation of British Industry The first of a pair of films in a new occasional series in which one man and his world are closely observed for one day.
Campbell Adamson is at the head of a body which speaks for three-quarters of industry and commerce. The CBI (the 'bosses' union' it has been called) is at the very core of the central issue of today - the problem of wage-price inflation. Campbell Adam son's remedy for the malaise is a voluntary concordat between Government, his CBI, and Unions. This film was shot on a day in late autumn - just before ' The
Freeze' - a typically long and arduous day. For time must be found for conferences with his aides on the important speech he is to make that evening.
Film editor DON FAIRSERVICE Producer ROGER MILLS Director ALAN BELL
(Wednesday: 10.15 BBC1, One Day in the Life of Jack Jones , General Secretary of the TGWU)
at the Locarno Ballroom,
Portsmouth, with Terry Wogan and Miss UK, Jenny McAdam Compere MARTIN MUNCASTER and THE MIKE ALLEN ORCHESTRA South v West
Organised by Mecca Promotion! Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Director KEN GRIFFIN
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR
Act 2 of Mozart's
The Marriage of Figaro rehearsed.by Anthony Besch with Répétiteur Henry Ward
Television direction RODNEY BENNETT Producer VICTOR POOLE
(Patricia Hay appears by permission of Scottish Opera and Tom McDonnell by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera)
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