9.38 Out of the Past
Into Thin Air
10.0 Look and Read
Joe and the Sheep Rustlers Left to Rot
10.25-10.45 History 1917-73 America Gets Involved
11.0 Watch! Clock Time
KEN BINGE and JEAN ROGERS Set Up a clock shop in the studio and look at the Four Horsemen of Wells Cathedral.
Story: The Watch that Stopped Producer TOM STANIER
11.18 Going to Work: Hotel Work What kinds of jobs are there in this industry for young schoolleavers?
Commentary by PAUL BARNES Producer PAUL MITCHELL
11.40 Physical Science
X-Rays and Radioactivity
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Further Education
The return of the man down the hole, Digger, shows how one's own shadow can sometimes do strange things, as Pat also finds out when she dances with hers.
Tony makes three shadow portraits out of one and Sylveste's poor snapshots have to be untaken in the 'backwards' world. Tony Hart, Pat Keysell, Sylveste McCoy and The Prof.
The address to send paintings to: Vision On, BBCtv, [address removed]
Unfortunately we can't return any, but a prize is given for each one shown.
Today's news and views in your corner of England presented by the BBC's regional newsrooms. Then at 6.20 Michael Barratt Frank Bough , Bob Wcllings and Dilys Morgan take a look at the scene Nationwide.
Editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Monday)
Every Tuesday at this time Nationwide's outside broadcast cameras take to the road somewhere in South East England. Tonight they could be in your town, down your street.
Town Guides: Bernard Falk and Bernard Clark
Producer BERNARD WIGGINS Editor JOHN GAU
Bryan Marshall , David Savile with Andrew Burt , Keith Varnier The Buccaneer by ARNOLD YARROW
A Naval jet beats up a cruiser. It's a court-martial, and a challenge for Glenn.
Script editor IAN MACKINTOSH Designer BRIAN TREGIDDEN Producer JOE WATERS Director CYRIL COKE
President of the Court:
Officer of the Court:
Brendan Foster of Gateshead, Ian Stewart of Birmingham, Ian Thompson of Luton and David Bedford of London: four British athletes who regard anything less than a gold medal in the Montreal Olympics as failure; four men who say that Britain is full of good losers; four men who believe that what we need is good winners.
Although Britain produces some of the greatest distance runners in the world none of them has ever won an Olympic gold medal in the three classic distance events, 5,000 metres, 10,000 metres and Marathon.
Christopher Brasher (himself an Olympic gold medallist) tries to find out why, and to examine the dreams of these four great athletes who have been training through the dark winter to win eold in Montreal, the city of. the 1976 Olympic Games.
Producers BOB ABRAHAMS and CHRISTOPHER BRASHER
Willie Rough by BILL BRYDEN with 'Ah walked 15 miles tae Greenock tae get a job and ah'm no' going hame without wan. Ah've got tae stay. Ah've got tae show folk what it's like tae live by somethin' ye believe in.' Script editor TOM WRIGHT Designer ALEX GOURLAY
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN
Director BOB MCINTOSH. BBC Scotland
by Beryl Bainbridge
A programme in which SUE LAWLEY and DENIS TUOHY talk to interesting people about themselves and their lives and look at events of the day which affect us with DONALD MACCORMICK and reporters JOHN PITMAN , DAVID LOMAX
PHILIP TIBENHAM. DAVID JESSEL
DAVID TAYLOR , VINCENT HANNA
JULIAN MOUNTER , MICHAEL DELAHAYE
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
DAVID VINE continues a series about ten popular sports rarely seen on television. 9: Tug-of-War with BILL LEE and other members of the Tug-of-War Association.
Director JOHN RICKWORD
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
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