7.5 Fuel Crisis. 7.30 Warsaw Housing.
A lively new look at words and letters With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and PATRICIA HAYES
MARTIN SHAW , NIGEL STOCK
Script by BARRY TOOK
Adviser CATHERINE MOORHOUSE Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Book (same title), 11.00, from bookshops
BOB LANGLEY, DONNY MACLEOD
DAVID SEYMOUR , MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMING present their pick of the activities, music, personalities and talking-points of the day -live, including 1914 and All That
Editor TERRY DOBSON
by PETER FIRMIN and OLIVER POSTGATE
Bagpuss, an old cloth cat, lives with his friends in the window of Emily's shop ... where anything can happen.
Music by SANDRA KERR and JOHN FAULKNER
A programme for children under 5
in their flying machines A comedy cartoon
A six-part comedy adventure series featuring a gang of children whose extraordinary adventures are hatched in a disused London Transport bus.
6: The Pop Singer
Director HARRY BOOTH
Producer ROY SIMPSON
A film about a famous Canadian wildlife centre and how attempts are being made to repair the damage caused to animals by man.
A NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA film
Created by SERGE DANOT
with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today Points West and Spotlight South West.
Then at 6.20 Nationwide, Britain's most popular current affairs programme. Presented this week from the South of England headquarters of the BBC at Southampton.
(Regional details as Tuesday)
The last of ten programmes presenting a personal look at the European countryside. Some Like it Hot
Of all European countries, Iceland provides the most extreme conditions for life to develop. Yet among its hot springs and glaciers a host of plants find a suitable environment in which to grow and even flourish as David Bellamy finds when he visits this land of ice and fire and explores the fields of lava and ash around the volcano Nekla.
Director ANNA JACKSON
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book (same title), £1.75 from bookshops
Introduced by Jimmy Savile , OBE TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound KEITH GUNN
Associate producer PHIL BISHOP Producer BRIAN WHITEHOUSE
by JOHN CHAPMAN and ERIC MERRIMAN starring
Terry Scott and June Whitfield Designer
Producer PETER WHITMORE
Telly Savalas returns as Lt Theo Kojak , a tough cop with a tough job in a tough town - New York. with and The Frame
Crooked cop? When a vicious jewel thief swears that he bribed
Kojak, the accusation is obviously laughable. But before long it is made painfully clear to Kojak that this is no laughing matter.
with Angela Rippon and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
A frank account of life on the ocean wave in one of Her Majesty's ships.
A series of ten programmes 6: Officer Territory
' No young officer, who's any good, ever feels he's got enough responsibility. He reckons the silly old b ... s who are running the ship aren't half as good as he would be, if he were the boss. I think that's quite a healthy sign. It becomes unhealthy if he thinks there's nothing he can learn.'
So says the Captain, the most senior officer aboard HMS Ark Royal, in a film which contrasts his thoughts and duties with those of the most junior sub-lieutenant in his care.
Film cameraman PATRICK TURI. EY Film recordist GRAHAM RODGER Film editor PAUL PIERROT
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer JOHN PURDIE
A series of six programmes by PHILIP MARTIN with Ahmed Khalil, Elizabeth Cassidy Paul Antrim, Paul Barber and Maurice Colbourne as John Kline Incident One: Rawlinson is dead. The smooth running of the underworld has been interrupted.
In the Asian, West Indian and white communities the gangsters search for a new leader. Why do the police choose this moment to release John Kline, a strong contender for Rawlinson's job?
Cast in order of appearance
Music composed and directed by DAVE GREENSLADE
Script editor PETER ANSORGE Designer IAN ASHURST Producer DAVID rose
Director ALASTAIR REID BBC Birmingham
Rolf Day, Aly
post that mentions
The last of six programmes
Can you miss the boat - and end up better off? Shipbuilding everywhere is facing a severe crisis, yet Britain, left behind in the 1960s, is now strongly placed to build the ships the world needs.
Michael Rodd , Raymond Baxter and Andrew Neil examine why the world's shipbuilders got into such a mess and the opportunities now waiting to be taken. Reporting from the Far East, as well as at home, the programme shows how the shape of both ships and the industry is changing. If Britain's shipbuilders, nationalised or not, are to survive, they must react to these changes. Opportunities exist, but risks are substantial.
Film editor PAULINE DYKES
Studio director john GORMAN Producer ALAN DOBSON
Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Patrick Moore brings news on the Viking missions to Mars and asks How Far Can You.See?
With the naked eye one can see 12 million, million, million miles. PATRICK MOORE talks about these tremendous stretches of space and time in relation to our present efforts to explore the Solar System.
Producer PATRICIA WOOD