A story of topical interest.
Series producer MIKE HARRISON
10.3 Scan: Oceans 3
Out of our Depths
10.25-10.45 Near and Far
The Changing Street
To Stand and Stare
11.30 Music Time: 5
11.55 Focus on Communications
5: A Day In The Life of Roger McWho ?
with DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and POLLY JAMES
Script BARRY TOOK
Weather JACK SCOTT
With BOB LANGLEY, DONNY MACLEOD DAVID SEYMOUR , MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMING , including 1914 and All That
Editor TERRY DOBSON
The singing bear is top of the bill at the Pimolou Circus.
with Vicki Luke.
English: Early Every Morning
Story : Rita Roams Free written by MARY GREEN illustrated by NITA SOWTER Presenters:
SAM WYSE , JOHNNY BALL
with Donald Douglas
A Stranger Came Ashore by MOLLIE HUNTER. 4: Yarl Corbie
Pictures by TREVOR RIDLEY Adapted and directed by ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER Producer DAPHNE JONES
Executive producer ANNA HOME
with John Noakes
Peter Purves , Lesley Judd
Including a report from France, in which LESLEY tells the story of the Burghers of Calais and how 600 years ago, six brave citizens walked out of their besieged town to face certain death. Their dramatic exploits made them national heroes.
Story by DOROTHY SMITH
Drawings by ROBERT BROOMFIELD Assistanteditorjobnadcock. Editor BIDDY BAXTER
The Bighouse and Garden Old Bugeyes is Back
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today Points West and Spotlight South West
Then at 6.20 the scene Nationwide With MICHAEL BARRATT , FRANK BOUGH DILYS MORGAN , VALERIE SINGLETON and BOB WELLINGS
Nationwide editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Monday)
With its usual, unusual mixture of the newest ideas for improving our lives.
Raymond Baxter ,William Woollard , Michael Rodd and Judith Hann report on the success, and occasional failure, of scientists and engineers to liven up the years ahead.
Producers ALAN DOBSON
ROBIN BOOTLE, COLIN RIACH Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Discs, stars, and the news from this week's top 30
Introduced by Tony Blackburn
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Top of the Pops
by JOHN CHAPMAN and ERIC MERRIMAN starring
Terry Scott and June Whitfield
With the arrival of French student Michelle, Terry enters into the spirit of entente cordiale ...
Designer Richard MORRIS
Executive producer PETER WHITMORE Producer RAY BUTT
Police Lieutenant Theo Kojak:
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
1: Ada Johnston's Dress
A series of six programmes in which Esther Rantzen meets six talented people-all amateurs in their field - who are given a chance to take part in a spectacular professional event.
This week MRS ADA JOHNSTON , a needlewoman from Scotland, designs the dress of her dreams for a top fashion show. She meets NORMAN HARTNELL , NORMAN PARKIN SON, GINA FRATINI, ZANDRA RHODES and many other experts she has always admired, who advise her how to tackle The Big Time.
Film cameraman DAVID WHITSON Film editor ALAN LYGO Assistant producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Director IAN SHARP
The first in a monthly survey of the arts in America.
Introduced by Humphrey Burton
Tonight: Dave Brubeck - a portrait of the jazz pianist and composer.
Twenty-five years ago he founded one of the most successful groups in jazz history, the Dave Brubeck Quartet. During the first years the membership underwent a number of changes but the combination best remembered - PAUL DESMOND (alto sax), JOE MORELLO (drums), GENE WRIGHT (bass) - comes together in tonight's film. They are celebrating the Quartet's Silver Jubilee.
Brubeck talks about his teachers, his favourite composers, the roots of jazz, the joys of improvisation ... and plays with a new generation of Brubeck musicians-his sons DARIUS, DANNY and CHRIS.
Photography HENRY FARRAR Sound BOB ROBERTS
Film editor DAVID GLADWELL
Executive producer BARRIE GAVIN Director MARGARET MCCALL
with JOHN TIMPSON amd DENIS TUOHY including News Headlines
Robin Day examines a topical issue
A New Look from Old Greenwich
For many centuries Greenwich Observatory was the world's leading astronomical establishment, and it marks the ' zero for longitude ', dividing the world into two hemispheres. More than 20 years ago, the telescopes were shifted to the clearer skies of Sussex; but now the largest of the old telescopes, the 28-inch refractor, has been brought back and is in full operation once more.
Patrick Moore and Dr Percy Sey mour, of the National Maritime Museum, discuss this new development, and explain the modern role of the Greenwich refractor, which is still the largest telescope of its kind in the British Isles.
Director GEOFF WALMSLEY Producer PATRICIA WOOD