9.38 Discovering Science: Air as a Gas
Introduced by MICHAEL UNDERWOOD
10.0 Merry-go-Round: Getting the Message
Introduced by RICHARD CARPENTER
10.25-10.45 Science Extra: Biology Living in Rivers
Narrated by PETER WELCH
11.0-11.20 British Social History The age of steam
2 : The mill children
The suffering of the factory children in the early 19th century and the long struggle to improve their conditions.
Introduced by ROBIN RAY
11.30-11.55 New Horizons: Hero 4: Anti-Heroes
Not all heroes are idealised supermen; the comic little man, the disillusioned spy, the 'angry young man ' are unglamorous and anti-establishment. What is the significance of the anti-hero cult? Introduced by GEORGE MELLY See page 12
12.5 Engineering: Craft and Science
Unit 1: Engineering Materials 2 : What is a metal?
Introduced by D. R. C. HOLMES , C ENG, AMI PROD E
D. R. C.
(Crystal Palace, Wenvoe West, Holme Moss , Sutton Coldfield) A meditation
This place is in Trumptonshire and contains a factory, a handmade pottery, a stately home, and a vintage steam railway.
Script, puppets and production:
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
2.5 Science All Around: Sound
Blow, Bow, or Bang: when tilings vibrate they make sounds. But what has length to do with it? And why sounding boxes?
Introduced by FERGUS O'KELLY With MARTHA KYEMBA
2.30 Going to Work: Chain Store
A look behind the scenes of a chain store organisation
Introduced by PETER WEST
2.55 People of Many Lands
Mahé: Seychelles. About some of the 90 islands of this isolated British Crown Colony
Commentary by TONY BEAMISH
3.20 Twentieth-Century Focus The Scientist's Responsibility
2: The Scientist and the Environment
' There's no conspiracy to make some peculiar world of the future, conceived by a little bevy of scientists, nothing like that, it's just a whole lot of piecemeal decisions. The result is our civilisation is out of control' - Nigel Calder
Introduced by DEREK COOPER
An insight into the Modern Primary School with reference to the Plowden and Gittens reports
2: Eveline Lowe : an open-plan school in East London
Presented by DAVID LUCAS
Produced by EILEEN MOLONY (from BBC South and West)
John Grant tells
Remember Littlenose? He's the boy with a nose no bigger than a berry, who lived thousands of years ago when people lived in caves. John Grant comes back to Jackanory with five new stories about the mischievous Littlenose; his family; the Straightnoses; and, of course, Two-Eyes, his friendly pet mammoth.
Today: The Sun Dance
with Valerie Singleton, John Noakes, Peter Purves
by NINA BAWDEN dramatised in four parts by ROSEMARY ANNE SISSON
Part 4: Stop Thief!
Fred and Algy have broken into Gribble's room at Lilac Lodge, unaware that they are about to be caught....
Script editor VICTOR PEMBERTON Designer BARRIE DOBBINS Producer JOHN MCRAE
Directed by BARRY LETTS
The adventures of a very young elephant
English version written by PEGGY MILLER and told by ERIC THOMPSON
RONALD ALLISON spotlights events and people making the news
A contest in speed and wits introduced by ROBERT ROBINSON
THE COOKE FAMILY from Crewkerne, Somerset v THE MERZ FAMILY from Cottingham, East Yorkshire
Directed by BOB TONER
Produced by CECIL KORER
starring James Ellis , John Slater Derek Waring in Lost and Found: part 1 by LESLIE DUXBURY with Paul Angelis , Douglas Fielding and Bernard Holley
What sort of mother abandons her 2-month-old baby in a telephone kiosk?
Producer RICHARD BEYNON
Directed by RON CRADDOCK
(for cast list see Tuesday, page 35)
Song, music, comedy and the best from the world of entertainment starring Andy Williams and this week's guests Petula Clark, Don Ho and Blood, Sweat and Tears.
A new kind of pop: page 11
People, places and problems that matter most to Britain and the world introduced by Robin Day with Panorama reporters
RICHARD KERSHAW , ROBERT MACNEIL JULIAN PETTlFER
Editor BRIAN WENIIAM
with KENNETH KENDALL and the BBC's correspondents and reporters around the world and Weather
Jon Finch , Sarah Brackett in Out of Mind by DAVID CULLEN
Story by PATRICIA HOOKER
Mary, visiting a village where she stayed as a child, finds that the woman who used to look after her, Hannah Webley , is now regarded as a witch by the superstitious villagers and Mary herself is soon caught up in the ensuing witch hunt
Cast in order of appearance
Series created by TONY WILLIAMSON Designer IAN RAWNSLEY
Script editor DAVID ROLFE
Producer PATRICK ALEXANDER Directed by HENRI SAFRAN
Chief of Control:
by HUGH LEONARD starring
Milo O'Shea as Bunjy Kennefick with Anna Manahan as Mrs Kennefick YOOTHA JOYCE as Miss Argyll HELEN FRASER as Angela and DAVID KELLY as Cousin Enda in The Day the Saints went Marching Out
Bunjy buys his Mammy a plaster saint for a birthday present but her reaction to it is as unpredictable as ever
Music composed and conducted by M4X HARRIS
Designer RICHARD HUNT
Producer JAMES GILBERT
Miss Argyll Helen
Presented all this week by James Burke with on-the-spot reports by LINDA BLANDFOKI ), BERNARD FALK
DAVID LOMAX. FYFE ROBERTSON and DENIS TUOHY and special contributions from KEITH KYLE , ROBERT MCKENZIE and olivier TODD including a round-up of the day's news in pictures
Producer of the week
Editor ANTHONY SMITH
The export drive: spotlight on the men, the methods, the markets that are earning Britain's living abroad
Just 10 years ago British motorcycles led the pack on the tracks and roads of the world. Now they're fighting to stay in the running. Why the change? - the rising sun of Japanese commercialism? or over-confidence about the key American market? or the throttling grip of the credit squeeze at home?
Reporter JEFFREY PREECE
Production CHRISTOPHER RILEY and MARCUS DAVIDSON
A series of management problems
2: Your Bank Manager asks you to reduce your overdraft. How do you do it?
Introduced by ROBERT ROBINSON With JOHN BRODRICK
W. E. EVANS , RICHARD O'BRIEN
Directed by WILLIAM WOOLLARD Produced by PAUL ELLIS