Engineering: Craft and Science
9.38 Maths Today - Year 1 7: Using Pictures
Introduced by DAVID STURGESS Produced by PETER WEISS †
10.0 History 1917-67
10.25-10.45 Gwlad a Thref 0 Gwmpas y Byd 2: Glasier Rhon
Y cyflwyno gan MEIRION EDWARDS Cynhyrchydd J. MERVYN WILLIAMS
11.5-11.25 Television Club
11.35 A Year's Journey Across the Sands
Introduced by ERIC SIMMS Produced by F- R. ELWELL and ERIC SIMMS
12.0 New Horizons
Introduced by SALEEM SHAHED
A new series for viewers from India and Pakistan
Produced by MAHENDRA KAUI , and SALEEM SHADED (from BBC Midlands)
Discs and talents of young people
2.5 Science Session: Air Condition 2 : CAROL BINSTED and DAVE FREEMAN discuss the conditions we use, as human ' machines,' to be comfortable and efficient. Produced by PETER BAKER
2.30 20th-century Focus
A programme for children under 5
ALAN BENNETT tells
Moominland Midwinter by TOVE JANSSON
3: The Ski-Lesson
A film from Russia based on a story by HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN : Part3 Danger lurks in the path of the ugly duckling, but a friendly human comes to his rescue.
A Sovexport Film
introduced by Norman Tozer with Jan Leeming
NORMAN takes a trip in a new helicopter and finds out just how manoeuvrable they can be. A chopper tries landing on the Tom Tom director's car!
The results of the Instant Art Competition will be announced today.
Produced by LAWRENCE WADE (from BBC South and West)
The adventures of Hector the Dog, Zaza the Cat, and Mrs Kiki Frog.
The facts, the people, the background of the nation's capital The news, features, opinions of the country at large co-ordinated by Michael Barratt from BBC studios throughout the United Kingdom Reporters ROBERT LANGLEY
LYN LEWIS , JACK PIZZEY
Editor DERRICK AMOORE
Written by DONALD BULL starring John Barrie
Richard Leech , Justine Lord with Irene Hamilton
Guest star, Andree Melly
Roger has received a surprise - and unwelcome - gift from the bereaved Lena Freeman. John Somers has promised to visit Nella's art exhibition.
Storyline and serial created by DONALD BULL
Script editor MAGGIE ALLEN Designer DAPHNE SHORTMAN Producer COLIN MORRIS
Directed by JOAN CRAFT
Dr Roger Hayman:
Dr John Somers:
Dr Liz McNeal:
What's new today for those interested in tomorrow
Introduced by Raymond Baxter with James Burke
Discoveries, developments, trends
Producers PETER BRUCE
GORDON THOMAS , ANDREW WISEMAN Editor MICIIAEL LATHAM
Tessie O'Shea in The Perils of Blodwen by JOHN WARREN and JOHN SINGER Most girls would give a lot to become a film star and when the opportunity arises, Blodwen is no exception, although for her a road to stardom is not as smooth as it might be.
Music by DENNIS WILSON Designer TIM GLEESON
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
in his own television special
A virtuoso performance crossing the entire musical spectrum from rock to ballad, with some of the distinctive Presley hits of the past and new songs specially written for this programme.
Produced and directed for me by STEVE BINDER
With ROBERT DOUGALL and Weather
by Tom Clarke
Protest has become easy and respectable now. But for a young subaltern in 1917 to speak out against the horrors of the Western Front was unthinkable. One did. Second-Lieutenant Siegfried Sassoon, a young English country gentleman who made public his revulsion against the war.
This film, directed by Jack Gold, tells of the week in a Liverpool hotel when Sassoon re-examined his protest in spite of its complete rejection by Authority and the public.
(One man's protest: page 10)
A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it with the latest news in pictures
talks to James Mossman
Prison wasn'fun ... but it was a remarkable school for life ... it brings you down to such reality ...
Gorky was not a man, he was a universe
Baroness Moura Budberg is one of the most remarkable but lesser-known women of her generation. Now in her 70s, she was born of a Russian liberal family and as a young girl knew life at the Imperial Courts of the Tsar and Kaiser Wilhelm II. In 1917 she was imprisoned by the Bolsheviks and later met the great Russian writer Maxim Gorky , some of whose works she has subsequently translated. She came to England in 1933 and met many of the famous literary people of the time, notably H. G. Wells , who was a close and intimate friend.
In this conversation with James Mossman she gives a remarkable and moving account of her early life in Russia and the people with whom she was closely associated after the Revolution.
Directed by DENIS MORIARTY