Engineering Craft Studies Stress and strain
9.38 History 1917-71
10.0 Music Time
10.25-10.45 Hwnt ac Yma: Llyn Cyflwynwyr
CARYL WILLIAMS , JOHN OGWEN Cynhyrchwyr R. DILWYN JONES J. MERVYN WILLIAMS
(Here and There: Lake)
11.0 Colour South America Land: 1
Words and Pictures Sam on Bofts' Island : 14
A second chance to see this puppet play for young readers by JOHN TULLY and MICHAEL ROSEN
11.40 A Year's Journey Across the sands
12.5 Colour Avventura: 14
With BOB LANGLEY and Weatherman JACK SCOTT
Editor TERRY DOBSON
Lucy rides a pony. Robert rides a donkey, and the other horses work in a field.
Story told by KEITH BARRON Producer DAPHNE JONES
2.5 Science Session
Safety First and Second
2.30 Twentieth-Century Focus
Cinema: Medium and Audience
The Permissive Society Presented by Robin Day
with Rosemary Leach
Nordy Bank by SHEENA PORTER 3: Alone on the Hill
starring Charlie Cairoli
Britain's best-loved clown, with PAUL CONNOR , JIMMY BUCHANAN and CHARLIE JUNIOR adding their talents to a lively mixture of comedy, magic, music and slapstick.
Introduced by Norman Barrett with the brightest budgerigars in the business
Producer TONY HARRISON (from Manchester)
Second Final: Michael Rodd puts the questions to the four winners from previous programmes who will be looking at scenes from
Fear is the Key, 101 Dalmatians
Pamela Cornell talks about her job as a Set Dresser, particularly on Scrooge which earned her an Academy Award nomination.
Director DES sissons
Producer JOHN BUTTERY (from Manchester)
Told by Bernard Cribbins
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
bringing you news and views
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS
(Regional details as Monday)
Introduced by Robert Robinson
THE GOODMAN FAMILY from Glasgow v
THE PEASE FAMILY from Maryburgh, Ross-shire
Director PATRICIA WOOD Producer CECIL KORER
in Holland Michael Rodd presents a special report from Holland where a world of modern technology hides behind the tulips and windmills of tourism. One of the smaller Common Market partners, Holland has expertise far beyond her diminutive size.
MICHAEL RODD reports from the wintry Rhine estuary on Dutch plans to make space and house people; investigates the strain of the 70s-among pigs; sculpture that is the newest blending of science and art; and spends a day with a Dutch couple in a village run for and by handicapped people.
Producer CHRISTOPHER RILEY Editor DICK GILLING
(Every little pig ...: page 11)
starring Ronnie Corbett and Written by BARRY CRYER and GRAHAM CHAPMAN If the boss does not get on with his wife, trying to be helpful is not a good idea ...
Designer COLIN GREEN
Producer DOUGLAS ARGENT
It is easy for a young girl to disappear at London Airport. But Barlow has to find her-fast.
Barlow At Large format by ELWYN JONES Script editor HUGO MARTIN
Executive producer LEONARD LEWIS Producer KEITH WILLIAMS Director GILCHRIST CALDER
(Barlow goes Dutch in a colour feature in next week's RADIO TIMES)
Det Chief Supt Barlow in:
with A G Fenton:
and Det-Sgt David Rees:
Baron von Esburg:
German air hostess:
Brighton police driver:
Metropolitan police driver:
Else von Esburg:
Kenneth Allsop looks back to the way we were and the events and personalities which made news in this same week in February 1914. Presented by JAN ELSON
with Richard Baker and Richard Whitmore ; Weather
The 1973 European Figure Skating Championships The Pairs
The Russian pair,
Irina Rodnina and Alexei Ulanov , have been World and European champions for the last four years. Now they have split up.
Will IRINA RODNINA retain the European title with her new partner ALEXANDER ZAITSEV. Or will ALEXEI ULANOV win again - this time with his new partner-also his wife - LUDMILLA SMIR-NOVA, herself second in last year's World and European Pairs Championship?
From the Ice Stadium, Cologne Commentator ALAN WEEKS
David Coleman introduces the sporting scene.
Skating presentation: German TV Service Producer JONATHAN MARTIN Editor SAM LEITCH
(' Once you start ': page 54)
Monologues and songs with WILLIAM BLEZARD at the piano
Producer JOHN STREET
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy including Who Wants Them?
The day Alfred Cole was discharged from a mental hospital, the only place he could sleep was the Salvation Army hostel. As the population of mental hospitals drops, the number sleeping rough is rising. David Jessel looks at an aspect of the homeless problem -of 50,000 down-and-outs, over half may be in serious need of psychiatric treatment.
Producer TOM BOWER
Editor FETER PAGNAMENTA
Practical Work in the Observatory From his Selsey observatory, Patrick Moore illustrates what amateur astronomers can achieve, and shows the planet Saturn.
Director PATRICIA WOOD