Economics of the Real World Book 45p: see page 54
10.0 Colour Look and Read
(Windows. For schools in Wales)
(Scotland, N Ireland: see Variations)
For four- and five-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
With Jacqui McDonald and Bridie O'Donnell.
11.0 A Job Worth Doing? (Scotland: see Variations)
Engineering Craft Studies
(English transmitters only: first shown on BBC Wales)
With MARIAN FOSTER
DAVID SEYMOUR and DONNY MACLEOD Collectors' Corner with Arthur Negus and a chat with today's Weatherman MICHAEL FISH at 1.30
(Wales: see Variations)
Mr Platt and the Painter
2.2 Twentieth-Century Focus
2.25 Science Extra: Biology
A series of six programmes
Introduced by Joan Bakewell 5: Supporting Features
The Victorian age was the age of steel - from the Crystal Palace to the crinoline. Skirts could measure five yards round the hem and needed strong foundations.
In the programme, actual clothes from the Victorian period, in all their intricate detail, are compared to costumes designed for The Charge of the Light Brigade and The Pallisers.
Series devised by JANET ARNOLD Producer MARGARET MCCALL Director JULIA MATHESON
Derek Cooper surveys the Scottish countryside. A Head for Heights
That's a basic necessity for the men who maintain the National Grid across Galloway's wildest country.
Away for it all?
Almost three years ago, the Gerrard family came to live on the island of Pabay, off Skye. Rather than ' opting out' of life, they appear to have been involved in something far bigger.
Director JOCK MEARNS
Producer MICHAEL MARSHALL BBC Scotland - Aberdeen
5: Elephants with Tony Soper and Eva von Rueber-Staier
Director ALAN STROWGER
Producer JOHN SPARKS (Bristol)
A programme for children under 5
with Blain Fairman Eskimo Myths by RAMONA MAHER Today:
The Hard-Hearted Rich Man
Pictures by CAROL JONES
Adapted and directed by PAUL STONE Producer DAPHNE JONES
Executive producer ANNA HOME
The Pink Panther theme by HENRY MANCINI
Introduced by Michael Aspel with Peter Glaze
Don MacLean , Jacqueline Clarke
Script BOB HEDLEY. BOB BLOCK. TONY HARt Music BERT HAYES AND HIS ORCHESTRA Designer RICHARD MORRIS Director BILL WILSON Producer robin NASH
with Peter Woods Weather
News and views in your region (including Regional Weather) with Sport on Friday
Jimmy Hill looks ahead to the weekend sporting events.
The Boxing Finals
HARRY CARPENTER reports on a great day of amateur boxing in the Canterbury Court arena, as the gold medals are decided at all weights.
ALAN WEEKS With SHANE GOULD reports from the Queen Elizabeth II Pool where nine gold medals were won today.
400m Individual Medley (Women)
100m Backstroke (Men)
100m Breaststroke (Men) 1500m Freestyle (Men)
400m Freestyle (Women)
High among England's hopes is Christine Jarvis in the 100m breaststroke, but she faces tough opposition from Australia's
100m Breaststroke (Women) 200m Backstroke (Women)
4 x 100m Medley Relay (Men) Highboard Diving (Men)
PETER WEST and DAVID VINE report on today's other events in Christchurch, NZ, including bowls. Introduced by Frank Bough Production team ALAN MOUNCER FRED Vl'NER, RICHARD TILLING MICHAEL DOLBEAR , BOB DUNCAN Presented by BRIAN VENNER
Editors A. p. Wilkinson and ALAN HART
(Wales: see Variations)
Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds
(by arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph )
For your delectation and delight, your Chairman, the dashingly debonair Leonard Sachs introduces that exuberant exponent of whimsical waggery Terry Scott plus the ventriloqually vociferous Ray Alan and Lord Charles and Michel Gallois Los Gauchos
Members of the Players Theatre, London LORAINE HART, MIKE FIELD
DIANE JANE ARGYLE, DUDLEY STEVENS RAEWYN BLADE, CLIFTON TODD
Guest artist, that vivaciously vocal nenuphar of nubility Georgia Brown
Choreography DOREEN HERMITAGE
Musical director BERNARD HERRMANN Producer BARNEY COLEHAN
(Michel Gallois appears by arrangement with The Lido. Paris)
Thoughts of the Chairman: page 5
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
with David Dimbleby - who takes an issue
His guests - who take up the argument. And his studio audience - who take on the experts
Producer ANTONY rouse
The Ice Dance Championship
For years British couples led the world in this most graceful of skating competitions. The British champions, HILARY GREEN and GLYN WATTS , will be hoping to improve on last year's bronze medal. Commentators
TONY GUBBA and HAIG OUNDJIAN
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