9.38 Science Session: Fit for Living Narrator IVAN HOWLETT Producer PETER BAKER
(Sex Education): Full Circle
10.25-10.45 Science All Around Adaptation
11.0 Colour Watch!
The Taste of Things: 2 '
Making gingerbread biscuits Presented by JEAN ROGERS and STEPHEN BRADLEY Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
11.18 Going to Work
Work for the Handicapped
Narrated by HAROLD WILLIAMSON Producer ROGER MOOREY
11.40 Colour Quatre Coins de la France: La Vie en Province Scriptwriter JENNIFER SCAMP Commentaries by KATYA ELLIS
GILLES DATTAS , PAULETTE PRENEY Producer PEGGIE BROADHEAD
starring Larry Hagman as Albert Donna Mills as Jane Danny Goldman as Nick David Wayne as Charles and Hermione Baddeley as Grace Dutton 's Retirement
Charles realises that he is ruining his health by working too hard, so he retires. And from that moment on no one else in the household gets a moment's peace!
Valerie Singleton talks to people who have earned the title ' Very Important Person.' The audience of children join in and put their questions to the VIP who this week is: Michael Crawford
Producer JILL ROACH
bringing you news and views (including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH , BOB WELLINGS and SUE LAWLEY
The regional finals of the National Nursing Award 74. The 12 winners chosen from all over the country will go into the Grand Final in London on 6 June.
(Regional details as Monday)
Two star teams from show business test their knowledge of films. Chairman Michael Aspcl presides over the game in which Michael Parkinson
Sylvia Anderson , Kenneth Haigh challenge
Dawn Addams , Barry Took
Programme consultant PETER NOBLE Director des sissons
Producer JOHN BUTTERY (Manchester)
The Price of the Hanging starring
Lee Majors as Roy Tate
Tate tears into town with an unconscious Colonel Mackenzie, but the only doctor who can save him is in the death cell, soon to mount the gallows.
The Big Job by PETER JONES starring Peter Jones and Prunella Scales with guest star Alfred Marks
'Half a million in used notes'-Eddie's perennial dream. But when he tries his hand at kidnapping, the results are disastrous.
Comedy Playhouse signature music by RON GRAINER
Incidental music by KEN JONES Designer PAUL MUNTING
Producer DENNIS MAIN WILSON Director GARETH GWENLAN
Nobody actually chooses to have heart disease, but many doctors believe that you can now choose not to. Medical research has turned up three rules for a healthy heart, and doctors are recommending them to people at risk.
This programme will tell you whether you're at risk, and what to do about it, and you can compare yourself with five people from all over Britain, including a famous businessman and a London housewife.
Narrator RICHARD LEECH
Producer KARL SABBAGH
Four films reflecting a Christ who lives in all human experience. 3 : Christ in Joy
Joy means release - feeling free, liberated from some prison that has held us. Christ bursting out of the tomb represents life victorious over death. In everyday life we too experience resurrection-spring follows winter, invalids recover, new joy and meaning come from darkness and despair. Speakers include Iris Kendrick , Vera von der Heydt , Patrick Reyntiens , Rev John Erb and Fr Harry Williams.
Narrated by Patrick Garland Readers Eileen Atkins and Michael Hordern
Written by MONICA FURLONG Film editor PETER ROSE
Producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
von Der Heydt
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