Written by Michael Bond.
9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 1: The numbers we use
10.0 History 1917-71: China: from war to revolution
Commentary by Brian Redhead
10.25-10.40 Words and Pictures: B: The Magic Pin
11.0 Watch!: The North Sea: Fishing
11.18 Going to Work: Jobs for Later On
11.40 Making Music: The Story of Lieutenant Cockatoo
12.5 New Horizons: SBN 72
John Tusa talks to A. J. Wells of the British National Bibliography about the book explosion.
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Today's Watch with Mother
Devised and produced by:
Devised and produced by:
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
A programme for children under 5
by Lavinia Derwent
with John Cairney
Introduced by Johnny Morris The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home: a magazine of stories about animals illustrating their own magic.
Directors GEORGE INGER , DAVID PEARCE
Producer DOUGLAS THOMAS (from Bristol)
and Motor Mouse
A series of colour cartoons
News and opinions from the country at large and, in particular, Your Region Tonight
(including Regional Weather) presented by Michael Barratt and Bob Wellings Reporters
BRIAN ASH , ROBERT LANGLEY LYNN LEWIS , JACK PIZZEY
JOAN SHENTON , PHILIP TIBENHAM
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
Question Master Geoffrey Wheeler
Questions set by:
Raymond Baxter introduces a weekly report with James Burke Reporters
WILLIAM WOOLLARD , MICHAEL RODD
BRIAN JOHNSON. CHRISTOPHER RILEY Editor LAWRENCE WADE
starring Brian Kelly
Joan Collins , Henry Silva
Joseph Campanella , Karen Huston Mexico. Grand Prix racing driver
Mark Driscoll meets a beautiful woman and agrees to drive her to New Orleans. During the long tough journey Driscoll realises that he has become involved in a game of international espionage. Only it is not a game for him, it is a race - for life.
Director DOUGLAS HEYES
(Radio Times People: page 4)
Richard ' Deek ' La Costa:
presented this week by Richard Baker with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
Four advice columnists talk to Dr Stephen Black
'Advice columns are all written by cynical middle-aged male journalists who make up the letters between trips to the pub ...', or so runs the popular mythology. The reality is not quite so cosy.
Every year in Britain more than half a million troubled people seem to find that they have no one else to turn to.
They all get an answer, and the tiny percentage of letters that appear in print give only the palest indication of the avalanche of sexual ignorance, personal anxiety, guilt and loneliness that the columnists are, every day, called upon to cope with. Who then, are these people who have to find all the answers - what is the reality behind those reassuring bylines? DR STEPHEN BLACK talks to
Marjorie Proops of the Daily Mirror Evelyn Home of Woman
Claire Rayner of Petticoat and Jane Firbank of the sex magazine Forum
Between them they deal with more than 100,000 letters a year.
Producer JOHN WElLEY
(Put your head on my shoulder: p 11)
Jacky Gillott previews and reviews the week's new films and Paddy Chayefsky, Oscar-winning writer of Hospital, talks about his work.
Presented all this week by Austin Mitchell and reports from
BERNARD FALK , MAX HASTINGS JAMES HOGG , DAVID JESSEL DAVID LOMAX , TOM MANGOLD
BARRIE PENROSE and DAVID TAYLOR special contributions from
KEITH KYLE and ROBERT MCKENZIE with the latest news in pictures
Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
Patrick Garland reads from The Desert Fathers