9.38 Science Session
Fibres and Fabrics: DAVE FREELAND discovers that the warmest clothes are made chiefly from ...air! Producer DOUG WILCOX
10.0 Colour Look and Read Never Say Die
10.25-10.45 Science All Around Levers
11.0 Colour Watch!
Steam Engines: a trip on the Vale of Rheidol Railway, Wales. Presented by JEAN ROGERS and STEPHEN BRADLEY Producer TOM STANIER
11.18 Going to Work Assembly Line
Tout Compris: 3
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Book 35p: see page 50
A weekly dip into the treasury of natural history film with David Attenborough Toot Users
Anvils, hammers, paint brushes, clubs and tweakers are all found in the animal world.
Producer JOHN SPARKS (Bristol)
The programme that tells the inside stories about police work-and invites the views of the public. Introduced by DAVID SEYMOUR with MIKE DORNAN
Director PHILIP FRANKLIN
Editor BRIAN GIBSON (Birmingham)
A new comedy series starring in Who's Minding the Cats?
A rush day with a deadline to meet. That is when Howard's family cat decides to come to work with him. The intruder is not called Rover for nothing and he causes everyone a great deal of trouble - everyone except Howard that is!
' What's for dinner? ' A very odd collection; including sprayed spaghetti, dangerous sausages and various fish. There is also the world's first cherry-eating robot, and a backwards tea-party! Tony Hart , Pat Keysell
The extraordinary machinery of WILFRED MAKEPEACE LUNN and SYLVESTER MCCOY as EPEP going backwards in his mirror world also THE PROF, HUMPHREY UMBRAGE and THE BURBLES
Designer CHRIS ROBILLIARD Director CLIVE DOIG
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
Send paintings for the ' Gallery ' to: Vision On, BBCtv. London W12 SQT. Unfortunately we can'return any but a prize is given for each one shown.
with David Vine
50 years of world sporting action
Henry Cooper and Cliff Morgan return to captain two teams of sporting celebrities who will be trying to answer questions about the history of sport.
Cliff Morgan Henry Cooper Martin Chivers Judy Vernon Terry Biddlecombe Brian Barnes
Director KEITH PHILLIPS
Producer HAZEL LEWTHWAITE (Manchester)
Terry Biddlecombe Brian
A new feature film comedy made for television starring
Doug McClure , McClean Stevenson Bill Bixby , Leonard Frey
Robert Walden , Rene Auberjonois Audrey Christie and Loretta Swit Six responsible grown-up men get together regularly once a week to play basketball. And with equal regularity the game degenerates into nasty, unfriendly brawling. Eventually, the hostiles extend further afield as they all take part in a zany caper of hide-and-seek. Object? - find the basketball ...
Director WILLIAM GRAHAM
A report by Mischa Scorer
Few initials in modern times have more sinister or frightening connotations than those three letters: KGB.
For the KGB is not just the Soviet intelligence service, it is a vast secret police apparatus penetrating every aspect of Soviet life. As a result of its activities there are some 10,000 political and religious prisoners in Russia at the moment.
The organisation and inner workings of the KGB are highly secret and little known to the public. To compile this two-part report mischa SCORER spent nine months travelling throughout the world, talking to scores of people with first-hand experience of the KGB -both victims of its attentions and former officers who have defected to the West. Parti
What is the history of the KGB? How has it come to be the powerful machine it is today? What can be found out about its structure -how is it organised? What sort of man is today's KGB officer?
The way the KGB operates as a secret police force in the Soviet Union. How does it keep such tight control over a population of 250 million? What methods does it use against political and religious dissenters - ordinary men and women who dare to express their disagreement with the regime? Does it still use violence in interrogation? Are there legal constraints on its actions, or is the KGB a law unto itself?
EDWARD CRANKSHAW , PETER REDDAWAY Film editor BILL WRIGHT Producer mischa SCORER
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