Today's Story: Raggy Maggy by BARBARA STONES
Presenters this week
Miranda Connell , Stan Arnold
Storytime from Play School, 25p from bookshops
7: Sheffield with Kenneth Hawley
In the quiet wooded valley of Sheffield's five rivers, dramatic survival can still be found of the greatest hammers and forges which made Sheffield's skill in working iron and steel the envy of the world.
Producer RAY sutcupk
A Trotting Man
' I would go so far as to say that it's an improvement on the chariot racing of the Roman Empire.'
Harness horse racing Is Barney Ross 's greatest passion. His first ambition was to own a trotting horse and since he achieved it over 30 years ago he has been breeding, training and racing I trotters.'
Executive producer JENNIFER jereut Producer BERNARD TORNEY (BBC Northern Ireland)
The popular Western film series Apache Trust
Apaches are blamed when a cavalry troop is wiped out by marauding bandits. Big John realises that if a full-scale war between the Indians and the army is to be averted he must prove who really committed the crime. His race against time becomes a desperate one when the Apaches capture Blue.
A musical quiz Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against Joyce Grenf ell, Richard Baker Robin Ray
Guest musician Marisa Robles
Director DENIS MORIARTY Producer WALTER toddi
The Secrets of Sleep
Is sleep a waste of time? Scientists have recently discovered people who sleep 15 minutes a night and still remain active and healthy. Their existence has forced researchers to reconsider many of our basic beliefs about the functions of both sleep and dreams. With electric light, we can now remain active all night long, so is sleep unnecessary? And do sleep-inducing drugs do more harm than good?
This film features some of the remarkable new work going on here and in America, in an attempt to unravel the mysteries of what some call ' the dark kingdom.'
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer JOHN M. MANSFIELD A BBC/WGBH co-production
The 1974 United States Open Championship played at Winged Foot GC, Mamaroneck, New York
Twelve months ago at Oakmont, Pennsylvania, 26-year-old Johnny Miller shattered the golfing world and his fellow competitors by returning a last round of 63 and winning the 1973 Open ' from nowhere.'
This programme features the highlights of the final round of the 1974 Open played yesterday. Commentators PETER alliss and HARRY CARPENTER
Presented by ALAN MOUNCER in conjunction with the ABC
Presented by David Holmes Weather
The Barnsley and District Art Society
The people painting-and their place in the world of art.