9.38 Colour Science Session Making Sense
10.0 Colour Look and Read
Cloud Burst by RICHARD CARPENTER 7: To the mill!
Producer SUE WEEKS
10.25 10.45 Science All Around Clothing
11.0 Colour Watch!
Rope and String. A visit to a rope factory, and a tug of war across a river. Craftwork: making string puppets. Presented by JEAN ROGERS and KEN BINGE Producer TOM STANIER
11.18 Going to Work
What makes the wheels go round?
11.40 Colour USA: Mississippi
12.5 pm Colour
A Job Worth Doing?
Insurance and Investment
Michael Aspel invites you to join him and meet his guests in the studio this afternoon and to hear from some of the regular contributors:
DR DAVID DELVIN , IAN GRIMBLE TONY HAWES , JOANNA LEWIS
LINDA MILLINGTON and DELIA SMITH
Director JOHN BURROWES
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER Editor JANET HOENIG
Faced with Britain's worsening economic crisis, the reckoning comes at 3.30 this afternoon when the Chancellor of the Exchequer gives his diagnosis of the national problem and presents his remedies to Parliament.
The Rt Hon Denis Healey knows what both sides of industry and the City want him to do - but what has he decided to do?
David Dimbleby leads the BBCtv Budget team which will give the news of the Chancellor's changes the fastest and analyse them the clearest, with Alan Watson reporting from
Westminster Peter Oppenheimer , economist, assessing what the changes will mean to Britain
Halmer Hudson, chartered accountant, calculating what they will mean to you and your income and Robin Day discussing the overall impact of this year's third Budget with the politicians.
Designer JOHN HURST
Producers JAMES BUTLER and TAM FRY Editor MIKE TOWNSON
Donald Burton , David Savile with Norman Eshley , James Cosmo One of Those Days by IAN MACKINTOSH
HMS Hero is delayed sailing for five hours. Nialls predicts it is not ' the end of the world,' but events conspire to revise his opinion ...
Series devised by IAN MACKINTOSH and ANTHONY COBURN Producer ANTHONY COBURN Director ROGER JENKINS
A View of Europe in the Twentieth Century Written and narrated by John Terraine
With personal comments by Peter Ustinov
1: Hey-Day Fever
This series traces the thorny road Europe has travelled from 1900 to the present day. The first episode heralds the birth of the 20th century with the great Paris Exhibition of 1900. We see Paris as a centre of the arts, the magnet of the cultivated world, and Vienna as its great rival. We see the mighty continent at its hey-day.
But is it really a continent, or is it just a group of rival nations?
Title music HERBERT CHAPPELL Graphics BERNARD LODGE Film editor ALLAN TYRER
Associate producer BRIAN LEWIS Producer PETER MORLEY
(In association with SDR Stuttgart and Time-Life Films)
Book (same title), £5.95, to be published on 28 November
Barry Norman looks at two new films made by British directors: The Abdication directed by Anthony Harvey which stars Peter Finch and Liv Ullman and was made on location in Italy last year. Akenfield directed by Peter Hall which stars ' the people of Suffolk' and opens this year's London Film Festival.
Film 74 talked to the directors and casts of both these films
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy together with Denis Tuohy
Tom Mangold , Vincent Hanna , Michael Cockerell , Bill Kerr Elliott, David Jessel , Julian Mounter and David Lomax are the Midweek correspondents.
Deputy editor JOHN GAU Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
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