6.40 An Abattoir for Ibadan? 7.5 Suez Crisis. 7.30 Concept of Mind.
Story: "The Magic Fan" by Eric and Margaret Hawkesworth
Guest storyteller Eric Hawkesworth
Presenters Carol Chell and Johnny Ball
(Repeated on BBC1 at 4.0 pm)
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National Meeting BBC outside broadcast cameras cover four races on the first day of the Liverpool Spring meeting, which reaches its climax on Saturday with the Grand National.
2.30 Lancashire Hurdle (2m lOOy)
3.5 Topham Trophy Handicap Chase (2m 6f)
The big race of the day, featuring the famous National fences.
3.40 95th Union Jack Stakes (1m)
4.10 Liverpool Foxhunters' Chase (2m 71f)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
JULIAN WILSON , JOHN HANMER and JIMMY LINDLEY
Introduced by TONY GUBBA
Outside broadcast presentation by RAY LAKELAND. Editor ALAN HART
5.0 Seeing the Future. 5.25 Ford Interview <1) 5.50 Childhood in Victorian LMerature 6.15-6.40 Digital Computing.
7.5 Horkett's Design Features.
with Michael Charlton
The extended Thursday edition of Newsday includes the day's News Summary and a longer look at one of the vital issues of the week with the people concerned. Preceded by Weather
Associate producer JOHN SHEARER Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
from the novel by SYBILLE BEDFORD dramatised in five parts by ROBERT MULLER Part 1
The killer whale is one of the most powerful and ferocious hunters in the sea. Yet in captivity they display an extraordinarily gentle, confiding and playful nature to man - their only natural enemy.
A National Film Board of Canada production
Presented by MICHAEL KENDALL (from Bristol)
starring Dave Allen with DORAN GODWIN , RONNIE BRODY ROBERT EAST, PETER HAWKINS MICHAEL SHARVELL-MARTIN
Script by DAVE ALLEN , AUSTJN STEELE and PETER VINCENT
Designer KEITH CHEETHAM Producer PETER WHITMORE
This week: Profile:
Major Dudley Gardiner , MBE
For 16 years MAJOR GARDINER has been running a soup kitchen in one of the poorest parts of Calcutta. With support from charities in England, Australia and Calcutta he feeds 6,000 people every day.
The hungry and the starving who can come to his kitchen are given a midday meal. For those living further away, Major Gardiner sets out every afternoon on a 35-mile drive round the city giving food to the most needy.
Harold Williamson went to Calcutta to talk to Major Gardiner about his work and ask him why he chose to dedicate his life to feeding the starving: in 16 years he has never missed a day - they even had to pin the MBE on him in his kitchen.
Editor ADAM CLAPHAM by the left - soup: page 4
Presented by Angela Rippon Weather
A season of new plays from Birmingham
Waiting at the Field Gate byJAMES ROBSON
Lightning Gallat is the village slaughterer and a man of distinctions. Where does he draw the line?
Lucy Rainmarsh.MARGOT LEICESTER
Script editor WILLIAM SMr. THURST Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer BARRY HANSON Director JANE HOWELL
CYRIL CUSACK reads
Modern Love by JOHN KEATS