A Need of Numbers: Part 2
Three-year-old Stuart gets turned into a percentage by ALEX GLASGOW With SALLY THOMSETT , JOHN ARTHUR BARON , LOUIS SELWYN and TENNIEL EVANS
Dramatised by JOHN TULLY Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.0 Merry-go-Round: Where We Live: the Isle of Skye
South America. City: Bogota Commentary PAUL VAUGHAN Presented by LEN BROWN
A Bavarian TV production
11.5 A Year's Journey
Weavers of the Isles
11.30 New Horizons: China Mao's Second Revolution
The Cultural Revolution and after Introduced by BRIAN HOOK Producer JILL SHEPPARD
12.0 Office: 10: A Place to Work
(Book, £1.00: see page 66)
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 KEITH BEST
Editor TERRY DOBSON
2.5 Colour Words and Pictures Sam on Boffs' Island
Part 19 : by MICHAEL ROSEN
Animated film by OLIVER POSTGATE
Puppets and settings by PETER FIRMIN Producer CLAIRE CHOVIL
2.25 Going to Work Horticulture
2.50 Maths Today: Year 3 Both Ways Round
3.13 Look out Eyecatch
Twentieth-Century Focus Health Hazards. 3: Drugs
A film about the drug problem In Britain today particularly as it affects young people.
Producer GORDON CROTON
with Rosalie Crutchley
Ballet Shoes for Anna by NOEL STREATFEILD
Anna has been brought up to believe that ballet is the most important thing in her life. But then she and her two brothers are caught up in a disaster that changes everything.
Today: The Earthquake
(Wizards are a Nuisance, containing five stories told recently in Jackanory, is available in paperback, price 25p: see page 66)
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 LUNCE
The Gamesters of Triskelion
The forms of Captain Kirk and his landing party for planet Gamma Z fade on the transporter pads as the order ' energise' is given; but instead of materialising on the land mass shown on the video-screens of the uss Enterprise, they disappear completely from the ken of their amazed crew-mates.
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 HARRISON Editor ROBERT ROWLAND
Man Above Men by DAVID HARE with ' I'm the judge's daughter ... I think he's a monstrous old man. I think all men who say " I'm only doing my job" are monstrous. I've despaired of changing him. But I'd stop short of killing him.'
Sound CHICK ANTHONY
Lighting DENNIS CHANNON Designer FANNY TAYLOR Producer MARK SHIVAS Director ALAN CLARKE
First Prosecuting Counsel:
Second Prosecuting Counsel:
Round 2 at Tiffany's, Glasgow with Terry Wogan and Miss United Kingdom Jenny McAdam
Compère DAVID FINDLAY
THE JOHNNY HOWARD ORCHESTRA East Scotland v North Central
Organised by Mecca Promotions Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Director KEN GRIFFIN
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR
Sirius - The Brightest Star
Patrick Moore talks about Sirius the Dog-Star, the brightest star in the sky and one of the nearest to us, and about its white dwarf companion Sirius B. Director
SIMON WADLEIGH Producer PATRICIA OWTRAM
(Patrick Moore 's new opera Perseus discussed in Scan: Thurs 8.45 pm R4)
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