9.38 Discovering Science: Solutions and Crystals
Introduced by Michael Underwood
10.0 Merry-go-Round: Building with Sounds
Introduced by Brian Cant
10.25-10.45 Science Extra: Biology: Understanding Behaviour
11.0-11.20 British Social History: The Hungry Thirties
11.30-11.55 New Horizons: A Matter of Degree?: 3: Three Undergraduates
12.5 Engineering: Craft and Science: Unit 5: Joining Metal: 8: Electric Arc Welding
Introduced by D. R. C. Holmes
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Craft and Science): D. R. C.
Craft and Science): Nat
Greek influence on Welsh architecture
In this new series in colour Andy Pandy, Teddy, and of course, Looby Loo, come to play.
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2.5 Science All Around: Wind
Introduced by Fergus O'Kelly
2.30 Going to Work: View of a Firm
This film explains a young worker's place in both the technical process and the organisation of a modern factory and illustrates how management and unions deal with problems affecting the individual.
Introduced by Peter West
2.55 Look and Read: Len and the River Mob: 8: Tied and gagged
with Angela Crow, George Layton, Kenneth Colley, Kenneth Gardiner, Paul Sarony, Christopher Chittell and Philip Brack
Introduced by Angela Crow
3.20 20th-century Focus: Television - Medium or Message?: 1: Television - The Medium
'There are lies, damned lies and television.' Is television 'real'? Or is what we see influenced, limited and even transformed by its technical processes and organisation?
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson
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A programme about teaching English as a second language to immigrant children.
Introduced by Geoffrey Hodson
with Paul Jones
This week's stories are all about birds - a different one every day. You can hear the sad tale of a goose with no feathers, a story about a pigeon who gets stolen from Trafalgar Square, and one about a penguin who stows away on a ship and comes to London. On Thursday there are the adventures of two pelicans from St James's Park and on Friday a story about an owl who saves some people from a burning house.
Written and illustrated by John Burningham
with Valerie Singleton, John Noakes, Peter Purves
A serial from France in 13 episodes.
Sebastian who was found in the snow has been brought up in Cesar's home in the mountains, together with Cesar's grand-children, Angelina and Jean.
The varied adventures of Hector the Dog, Zaza the Cat, and next-door-neighbour Mrs Kiki Frog.
focuses on events and people making the news around town
with David Vine, featuring 50 years of world sporting action
Henry Cooper and Cliff Morgan captain two teams of sporting celebrities who try to identify and answer questions about famous incidents, events, and personalities in the history of sport.
The teams this week:
Henry Cooper, Derek Ibbotson, Brian Labone
Cliff Morgan, Basil D'Oliveira, Beryl Burton
Team captain Henry Cooper is, of course, now in training for his big fight against Jack Bodell on 24 March. But they'll be meeting before that when Jack joins Cliff's team to answer A Question of Sport on the eve of the fight.
(from BBC North)
by David Ellis
Starring John Slater, Derek Waring
with Ian Cullen, Douglas Fielding and Bernard Holley
There have been two armed wage-snatches within a matter of weeks... both of a similar pattern. Newtown Police believe it to be the work of one team. But then there is a third robbery - distinctly different from the other two...
A series featuring song, music, and comedy starring Andy Williams and this week's guests Donald O'Connor, Tony Joe White, Thelma Houston, Kreskin, The Osmond Brothers
People, places, and problems that matter most to Britain and the world
Introduced by Robin Day
with Nicholas Harman, Alan Hart, Michael Charlton, Richard Kershaw, Robert MacNeil, Julian Pettifer
With Kenneth Kendall and Weather
Written by John Law and Kenneth Williams
Starring Kenneth Williams and Joan Sims
with Lynda Baron, David Garrick, Ted Carson, Gavin Hamilton
with the Max Harris Orchestra
The Max Harris
by Terence Dudley
[Starring] John Paul, Simon Oates, Robert Powell
with Joby Blanshard, Wendy Hall
Guest stars Penelope Lee, Hamilton Dyce
Genetic engineering can alter the shape, personality and intelligence of a human being, even before it is born: by tampering with nature we can make Superman. Today, we experiment on lesser animals, like... the rat.
Writer/Produced and directed by:
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Rats trained by:
Dr C.M.H. Pedler [Kit
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Dr John Ridge:
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Dr Hugh Preston:
A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it
Presented all this week by David Dimbleby with the latest news in pictures
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Products - ideas - techniques
Nottingham's lace market, once at the heart of the industry in Britain, exists now only in name. Most of the small firms have disappeared over the years through economic pressure, changing tastes and fashion. But Nottingham is still regarded as the home of lace although some production takes place outside the area. Last year almost half of the industry's wares went abroad, at times reaching deep into areas which Britain's competitors once regarded as sacrosanct.
How should a kitchen be laid out? How important is design in the home? And how can a designer help?
Introduced by Michael Smee