7.5 The Nature of Chemistry.
7.30 Principles of Organic Synthesis.
9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 2 Putting Two Together
Keep Up with the Times: 6
The sixth cartoon adventure in an eight-part series on multiplication. This week: The Three-times Table The Odyssey: 4. The Sirens
ROBERT ERSKINE listens to some Greek music and tells how the Sirens tried to trap Odysseus.
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
Series producer MIKE HARRISON
10.23 Exploring Science In the Swim
11.0 Scan: M-way Impact - 3
11.22 Music Time: Programme 26
The West Indies from Trent Bridge, Nottingham
The whole of the morning's play
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TED DEXTER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and BILL TAYLOB
2.1 Words and Pictures
A series to encourage reading The Mouse and the Winds
2.18 Near and Far
Not on the Level
2.40 The Electric Company: 11
The West Indies from Trent Bridge
The afternoon's play on the fourth day
Boris and the Sprites
Manama saves Boris from a never-ending dance.
with Paul Jones
Yanand the Gold Mountain Robbers by SYDNEY PAULDEN (in five parts)
A crooked black figure shuffled towards Yan. As it drew near, Yan saw that it was a very old man, with a pointed nose and a long beard. His name was Count Lungavita and it was this meeting that was to start Yan on his journey of magic and adventure. Today: The Magic Quill
with John Noakes
Peter Purves and Lesley Judd
Assistant editor ROSEMARY GILL Editor BIDDY BAXTER
The adventures in magic of Samantha, who tries to be an ordinary mortal, and Darrin, her husband.
with Richard Baker Weatherman
Britain's most popular current affairs programme
Presented this week by Michael Barratt , Frank Bough
Valerie Singleton , Bob Wellings and Dilys Morgan
Reporters at large:
LUKE CASEY, BERNARD FALK DIANE HARRON , JAMES HOGG
JOHN STAPLETON , PATRICK STENSON MARTIN YOUNG
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
Questionmaster David Vine featuring
50 years of world sporting action Henry Cooper and Fred Trueman captain two teams of sporting celebrities who will be puzzling over faces, places and voices from the history of sport.
Guests this week include:
James Hunt. Gareth Edwards Bobby Charlton , John Murray
Director KEITH PHILLIPS Producer NICK HUNTER BBC Manchester
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This week: Lights of Zetar
Introduced by David Dimbleby including
The School That Came Apart
4 Working in the classroom became less and less possible to maintain. Children scampered about the building, dashed in or out, or sat around endlessly playing gamesmonopoly, ludo, chess, draughts, snakes and ladders.'
This is how MRS DOLLY WALKER described progressive education as introduced to the London junior school at which she worked. At William Tyndale School, well over two-thirds of the children were withdrawn before the bitter conflict between teachers, parents and managers finally brought the school to a halt.
Panorama presents the dramatic debate that emerged at the subsequent Public Enquiry with the aid of actors to give the evidence heard from each side. It shows the growing discussion between the traditionalists and the progressives in our schools at its most extreme.
Producer ANGELA POPE
Assistant editor DAVID HARRISON Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
with Richard Baker ; Weather
starring Beau Bridges
Brian Keith , George Kennedy
Hume Cronyn , Melina Mercourl
In 1910, young Ben Harvey leaves his small home town to seek his fortune in Chicago. When his wallet is stolen he faces starvation but is saved by the kindness of a lady, ' Madame ' Queen Lil, whose home is the most exclusive of its kind in Chicago!
The Governor.wiLFRiD HYDE WHITE
Producer and director NORMAN JEWISON Films: page 8
Francis X Sullivan:
Axel P Johanson:
' Honest ' Tim Grogan:
with Denis Tuohy
Does the white man have a future in Rhodesia? Ten years after udi and with pressure growing on Ian Smith 's illegal regime, white Rhodesians discuss their plight, their hopes and their fears for the future.