C.40 Ministerial Power. 7.5 Full Employment. 7.30 Behaviourism.
Story: The Lines That Caught Bumps by JUDY WHITFIELD
PresentersSARAH LONG , JOHNNY BALL
5.0 EEC. 5.25 Re-Location in Birmingham. 5.50 A Symphony. 6.15 Pneumatic Circuits.
Ten programmes presented by Bob Symes-Schutzmann.
These range from superb replicas of famous old sailing ships to the latest model racing yachts. The programme includes the construction of the 20-inch model yacht Wind Rider from the plan included in the accompanying BBC publication.
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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
Arthur Negus presents some of his favourite items from past Collector's World programmes. This week: Costumes
A step into the past to look at the Devonshire collection of English period costume. The beautiful costumes, the materials, the intricate embroidery and designs provide a history of English fashion and costume, spanning nearly two centuries. In order to see the costumes as they really should be seen, they are worn by live models in the superb setting of Powderham Castle.
Producer JOHN KING (Bristol)
by MURIEL SPARK
A second chance to see this dramatisation in three parts by KEN TAYLOR
Selina has claimed Nicholas from Jane who is too big for the lavatory window, the gateway to romance on the roof. Soon it's to become a way of life or death. Part 3
on behalf of the Britain in Europe Movement
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and return in a new series
Tonight: Gloria's Shock
During the Bunkers' and the Stivics' discussion of the world's problems Gloria gets a shock when she hears what her husband intends to do about the population issue.
Reporters: JEREMY JAMES
JEANNE LA CHARD , JOHN PITMAN JACK PIZZEY , DESMOND WILCOX
This week: Murder Weapons
In the last ten years the number of pistols and revolvers in the United States has risen from 10 million to 40 million. What was a problem of the urban ghetto areas has spread throughout the country.
Shopkeepers are arming themselves against violent robberies. Families are buying guns to protect themselves from armed burglaries. Teenagers are carrying guns as status symbols.
This report, made for NBC television, shows the frightening escalation in small arms - estimated at 21 million a year. Forty-two states require no licence. In the other states a gun can be obtained by filling in a form which is easily falsified.
Gun manufacturers have successfully opposed stricter legislation and delayed the broadcast of this film in the United States.
Next week Man Alive shows a real-life murder trial: a killing which could never have happened if guns were better controlled.
Producer LUCY JARVIS Editor ADAM CLAPHAM
with Percy Thrower in his own garden ' The Magnolias'
One of the most attractive features of ' The Magnolias' is the water garden. Once every six years PERCY THROWER drains out the water and sets about cleaning and re-stocking the pool.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR (Birmingham)
Presented by Angela Rippon Weather
by Jonathan Hales
with Gordon Jackson as Pops
Pops is only too pleased to welcome Colin into the church choir, but Terry and the rest of the boys have tougher standards.
A delightful play, (THE GUARDIAN)
GABRIEL wooLF reads The Downs by ROBERT BRIDGES