9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 2 What Stays the Same?
10.0 Merry-go-Round The Crocodile
Part 3: A More Important Matter Producer DOROTHEA BROOKING (Book. £1.75: see page 63)
Exploring Science: Soil
11.5 British Social History The Hungry Thirties
11.30 New Horizons: China
9: Need office work be boring?
(Book, £ 1.00: see page 63)
The programme with the informal air introduced by BOB LANGLEY. A chance to meet the people and personalities who drop in to talk about ideas, events and interests. Plus a daily chat with the Weatherman JACK SCOTT
Editor TERRY DOBSON
2.5 Colour Words and Pictures Sam on Boffs' Island: 17 1
2.25 Going to Work Interior Decoration
Commentary by ANDREW ROBERTSON Producer BARBARA PARKER
2.50 Maths Workshop: Stage 1 Dominoes and Routes
3.13 Science Extra: Physics Electricity in Atoms?
Twentieth-Century Focus Health Hazards
2: Venereal Disease
A film about its causes and effects, prevention and cure. Producer GORDON CROTON
with Anthony Quayle
Mrs Frisby and the Rats of Nimh by ROBERT C. O'BRIEN
Mrs Frisby is a widowed field-mouse with a young family. When her youngest son becomes ill, Mrs Frisby finds herself involved in an incredible adventure with the Rats - but they're not ordinary rats.
Today: The Sickness of Timothy Frisby
(Wizards are a Nuisance, containing five stories told recently in Jackanory, Is available in paperback, price 25p: see page 63)
The Story of an African Prince
Episode 6:The Masters of the Bush
Yao and Elloa settle in the bush, and Yao is acknowledged by the King of the elephants.
Story told by MARTIN JARVIS
Presented by PEGGY MILLER
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
Presented by Michael Barratt
Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
Reporters BRIAN ASH , BERNARD FALK JAMES HOGG , SUE LAWLEY LYNN LEWIS , DAVID LOMAX
JOHN SWINFIELD , PHILIP TIBENHAM
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
From the Shetlands to Bodmin in Cornwall, all roads lead to this year's championships. Sixteen teams from all corners of the United Kingdom are in with a chance to win the ' Owl of Wisdom' trophy. Heat 4: North
CHESTER V WHITEHAVEN
Question-master GEOFFREY WHEELER
Questions set by BOSWELL TAYLOR Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT
Meat and two veg have always been Britain's traditional fare-but perhaps for not very much longer. In the last year the wholesale price of fresh meat has gone up 43% and veg 10%.
Panorama this evening looks at why we are having to pay more for our Sunday joint, and what can be done about it. Is the answer to eat less, which might be better for us anyway? Or should we by better cooking try to make cheaper food tastier? Or is the answer to eat beans that taste like meat?
Alastair Burnet and Richard Lindley report.
' Britons never will be slaves ...' This film is about everyday, ordinary things. But its very familiarity conceals an amazing fact about our country.
Film editor CHRISTOPHER ROWLANDS
Film cameraman TONY PIERCE-ROBERTS Designer PAUL MUNTING Producer TONY GARNETT
Devised and directed by MIKE LEIGH
Mrs Thornley's friend:
Round 2 at the Locarno Ballroom, Blackpool, with Terry Wogan and Miss UK, Jenny McAdam Compere STUART HALL and THE AL ROBBINS ORCHESTRA North West v Midlands Central
Organised by MECCA PROMOTIONS Arranged by ERIC MORLEY
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR
Act 2 of Mozart's
The Marriage of Figaro rehearsed by Anthony Besch with Repetiteur Henry Ward
Television direction RODNEY BENNETT Producer VICTOR POOLE
(Patricia Hay appears by permission of Scottish Opera; Tom McDonnell by permission of Sadler's Wells; Heather Begg and Richard Van Allan by arrangement with the Gen Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden)
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