What's a Museum for?
10.3 Maths Workshop: Stage 2 On the surface
10.25-10.45 Colour Music in Action
5: The Cruel Reflection
11. Colour Going to Work What Should I Do Now?
People of Many Lands. Northern India: The Himalayas: Kulu
Commentary by CHRISTOPHER TRACE Producer PEGGIE BROADHEAD
Twentieth-Century Focus The Fashion World
1: Looking at Costume Devised and written by JANET ARNOLD and GORDON CROTON Producer GORDON CROTON
Featuring OLWEN REES .
With BOB LANGLEY, MARIAN FOSTER DAVID SEYMOUR , DONNY MACLEOD
Consumers at Large - this week from Southend and a chat with today's Weatherman
GRAHAM PARKER at 1.30
Scene: A Grim Job Producer TOM STANIER
starring George Brent
Merle Oberon , Pat O'Brien
On a ship bound from Hong Kong to San Francisco, two lovers, Joan Ames and Dan Hardisty , both have secret reasons for returning home - reasons they dare not tell each other.
Director EDMUND GOULDING
This Week's Films: page 11
Boris and the Cuckoo Clock
with Maurice Denham The Wind on the Moon by ERIC LINKLATEK
Today: 4: Freedom for the Falcon
with John Noakes , Peter Purves and Lesley Judd
John meets a famous actress - Charlotte Rhodes. Few people realise that The Onedin Line 's famous ship plays many different parts, and today you can see how the transformations take place.
Hard lack on the ocean wave: page 24 A RAOIO TIMES Special on The Onedin Line will be on sale at newsagents from 19 October, 30p
with Richard Baker and Weather
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS with Tibenham's Travels
PHILIP TIBENHAM. takes a narrow-boat and explores 500 miles of Britain's inland waterways.
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
(Regional details as Monday)
from West Germany
William Woollard tours the Federal Republic of Germany, our richest and most powerful partner, and rival, in the Common Market. He reports not on their major industries but on some of the less obvious ways in which technological ingenuity is being harnessed-to help the disabled, to improve safety standards, to control pollution.
A telephone for those who are deaf and blind; an emergency robot for nuclear accidents; how can you tell a concert pianist from a beer-garden pianist, just by looking at their hands? A chatty computer that keeps track on your friends; a mountain-top laboratory in the Bavarian snows that sniffs the world's air currents to find out just how fast we are polluting the future.
Director STEPHEN RAMSEY Editor LAWRENCE WADE
Discs, stars and the news from the week's Top Thirty
Introduced by Tony Blackburn TOP OF THE POI'S ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON PAN'S PEOPLE
Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Producer ROBIN NASH
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson Tonight's round of the brain game comes from Sussex University, Brighton. DOUGLAS GIBSON, a British Airways station officer, answers questions on modern weapons; crossword puzzle compiler CHARLES KEY answers on the city of Paris; editor and writer PHYLLIS HARTNELL on the history of the theatre; and student STEPHEN WILDMAN on painting, 1880-1914.
. Director MARTIN L. BELL
Producer BILL WRIGHT
with David Attenborough 2: Fire Giants of Sumatra
This large island in Indonesia is one of the most volcanic areas in the world. Rare butterflies, orangutans and insect-eating plants take advantage of this fact, and so do men who work in appalling conditions collecting sulphur. At the southern end is the site of the biggest explosion in the world's recorded history - Krakatoa. DAVID ATTENBOROUGH goes there and finds it is still far from dead.
Producer RICHARD BROCK (from Bristol)
with Richard Baker and Richard Whitmore ; Weather
Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont by ELIZABETH TAYLOR
Dramatised by RAY LAWLER starring and
Mrs Palfrey tries hard to be accepted by the other residents at the Claremont. But then she meets Ludo and a real friendship begins.
Script editor ANN SCOTT Designer DEREK DODD
Producer GRAEME MCDONALD
Director MICHAEL LINDSAY-HOGG
Mrs Arbuthnot's sister:
Mrs de Salis:
Willie de Salis:
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy together with NICHOLAS HARMAN
3: Home on the Reef
What is the source of food on the reef and why is it such a crowded place when the surrounding seas are relatively barren?
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY A BBC/NDR co-production Book £3.20: page 82