Useful Box Day
Presenters this week
Lionel Morton , Julie Stevens Today's story is
' Old Winkle and the Seagulls' by ELIZABETH AND GERALD ROSE
I saw a ship a-sailing
A-sailing on the sea ...
Today Julie uses a nutshell and bits and pieces from the Useful Box to make a sailing ship. There are some sea horses in Play School on Pets Day, and later in the week Lionel tells a story about a king who tried to stop the tide coming in.
1: The Accountant -
The Information Manager
John Marsh , the newly appointed Accountant in the Hardy Heat ing Company, meets his colleagues and considers what his job should be.
Introduced by GRAHAM TURNER
Dramatised by ROGER DIXON Series editor JOHN DUTOT Produced by PAUL ELLIS
Reporting the world tonight
John Timpson and Peter Woods
With MARTIN BELL , MICHAEL BLAKEY MICHAEL CLAYTON , TOM MANGOLD
MICHAEL SULLIVAN , DAVID TINDALL RICHARD WHITMORE and BBC News correspondents and Weather
It's excitement and action when notorious gunfighter Johnny Ringo is hired by the Army to track down an Apache who killed a scout, and looks as if he could start a full-scale war.
In a very small number of people there is complete failure of both kidneys. Ten years ago, this would have meant certain death. Nowadays, they can be kept well by a very rigorous diet, by dialysis - purifying their blood two or three times a week -or by transplanting a kidney.
What is it like to use an artificial kidney machine as a vital part of your life?
In tonight's programme, people involved in dialysis and kidney transplantation discuss some of the problems which they have to overcome, in hospital or at home.
Directed by JOHN FROST
Produced by IAN CURTIS
A Thoroughly Nice Show starring
Barry Humphries with special guest Arthur Mullard and Joanna van Gyseghem with Cyril Cross
THE MALCOLM CLARE DANCERS
THE GEORGE MITCHELL SINGERS
Music by KEN JONES
Costumes ANNE MCKAY Make-up SYLVIA JAMES
Lighting DENNIS CHANNON Sound ALAN FOGG
Designed by KENNETH SHARf Written by BARRY HUMPHRIES and IAN DAVIDSON
Directed by DAVID O'CLEE
Produced by DENNIS MAIN WILSOII
with the voices of those who re-i member him and the cars and : aeroplanes he left behind him.
Born the youngest son of an impoverished miller, he died in 1933, leaving a fortune and the blueprints for the engine that helped save this country in the Battle of Britain. He also left a philosophy of engineering excellence that is the foundation of Rolls-Royce; a philosophy imitated by few and bettered by none. As much as possible of this film was made in the places where Sir Henry worked and with the cars, engines, and aeroplanes he made. It's a memorial to a very ordinary, and yet very great man. with ANTHONY BROWN as Sir Henry Narrator CHRISTOPHER CHATAWAY
Editor PETER GOODCHILD Producer DICK GILLING
by EMILE ZOLA : a second chance to see this dramatisation in five parts by DAVID TURNER
Part 1: Miners
Talk, argument, people, diversion with JOAN BAKEWELL , MICHAEL DEAN TONY BILBOW , SHERIDAN MORLEY
Editor ROWAN AYERS