Story: Grandmother's Doll by GLADYS DAVIES
Presenters this week
Carmen Munroe , Johnny Ball
Fair Pay - pipedream or policy? Introduced by FRANK SCUFFHAM
Tutors' guides, with suggested class projects, are available from BBC Further Education Office, Broadcasting House, London WIA 011AA
5: Need there be 'them ' and 'us '? Presented by JOHN TIMPSON and TONY ECCLES
Director JOHN TWITCHlN Producer PETER RIDING
The second part of an informal conversation between
Rt Hon Edward Heath , MP The Prime Minister and Kenneth Woollcombe Bishop of Oxford
Is Britain hidebound by tradition? Do we crave for the past - in our music, our religion, and our politics? If so, what hope for the future?
Research HELEN JAY
Producer DAVID KENNARD
with guest stars J. D. Cannon James Drury , Larry Storch The Long
Chase Smith and Jones are in real trouble. Only one person can help them now - their old enemy. Harry Briscoe !
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Arianna Stassinopoulos Richard O'Sullivan and Patrick Campbell
Rosemary Leach , lain Cuthbertson Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
The Steadfast Tin Soldier
The ' soldier' is Niels Bohr , the great Danish atomic physicist whose discoveries made the atomic bomb possible. In 1940 he stayed at his post when Denmark was occupied by the German forces - and stayed there for three more years while the Allies desperately tried to persuade him to escape. Without arousing Nazi suspicions, could they convince Bohr that his knowledge could change the course of the war?
Time had almost run out when, 30 years ago this month, in October 1943, an unarmed Mosquito set out on a hazardous flight to Scandinavia ...
Narrator FRANK DUNCAN
Editor BRUCE NORMAN Producer DICK GILLING
A season of new plays from Birmingham by new writers. 3
If a Man Answers by BRIAN GLOVER Dogs are like their owners - grey-hounds are nasty, staffords are for fighting. You can'blame the dogs -it's nature.
Script editor tara PREM Designer STANLEY MORRIS Director BARRY HANSON
Edwin Mullins looks at six unusual London Museums 3: Leighton House
Lord Leighton was a rich and successful painter and sculptor. President of the Royal Academy and the only artist ever to have been made a peer, he built a great house for himself in a fashionable part of Kensington. It had an enormous studio, and an Arab Hall with a fountain and tiles brought from all over the Islamic world. Here he held court.
Producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling ; Weather
Movement: ' Labour must employ capital and pay a rent rather than capital employ labour and pay a wage.' A programme showing that not only can the workers run industry but, in a system of common ownership, they can do so more effectively.