10.0 Look and Read
The King's Dragon
3: What is King's Dragon?
The newspaper messages disappear and Miss Wood is threatened. With KENNETH WATSON , FRANKIE
JORDAN, SEAN FLANAGAN , REG LYE ,
JOHN QUAYLE , ANNE PICHON , PETER
SETTELEN, CHARLES LLOYD PACK,
CHARLES COLLINGWOOD , STUART FELL, JANE CARR and DEREK GRIFFITHS Written by RICHARD CARPENTER Producer SUE WEEKS
10.25-10.45 Science All Around
Shaping of Materials
Introduced by FERGUS O'KELLY and ANN HEYNO
Producer MICHAEL COYLE
11.18 Going to Work
The Pay Packet
11.40 Physical Science
Microscopes and Molecules
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Further Education
2.14 Quatre Coins de la France La Vie d'un Village
Keep Up with the Times
An eight-part cartoon series on multiplication.
3: Four Times
2.40 TV Club
Man's Best Friend
TED MOULT asks ' Are dogs good or bad on the whole? '
Commentary by DAVID FREELAND Producer MORTON SURGUY
by Joan Aiken
If it hadn't been for Great-uncle Gavin, Mark would never have been cycling to Brighton, and he wouldn't have met the Man with the Golden Apple, nor would the snake-haired Furies have turned up on the doorstep. On the other hand, if it hadn't been for Sir Gavin, Harriet might never have learned about myth, magic and potion-brewing ...
Designer BARRIE DOBBINS
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Director ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER
Sir Gavin Armitage:
The Man with the Apple:
Tisiphone, a Fury:
Alecto, another Fury:
Megaera, another Fury:
with Susan King Cycle Touring
There are 11 million eycldsts in Britain and SUSAN made the 11,000,001st when she joined CHRISTA GAUSDEN , of the Cyclists' Touring Club, to explore the bridleways and lanes of her native Surrey countryside.
Film cameraman DAVID WHITSON Film editor RICHARD SEEL Producer DAVID TURNBULL
Tonight's features include a special report from Roger Cook and the Cause for Concern unit.
Reporters at large: LUKE
CASEY KEVIN COSGROVE , BERNARD FALK
DIANE HARRON , JAMES HOGG
PATRICK STENSON , MARTIN YOUNG
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring
Arthur Lowe , John Le Mesuricr and Clive Dunn
Getting the Bird
Jones is very short of meat. Walker has the answer - pigeons. Everybody is pleased until questions are asked in Parliament.
JOHN LAURIE as Private
Frazer JAMES BECK as Private
Walker ARNOLD RIDLEY as Private Godfrey IAN LAVENDER as Private Pike
Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer DAVID CROFT
(Arthur Lowe is in Radio 4's Story Time)
and the voice of:
A film series about a warm-hearted family of pioneer stock - seven children, their parents and grandparents - who struggle to survive during the Depression of the early 30s starring and The House
A clash of interests causes bitterness between the grandparents but Jason strikes the right note.
Derek Godfrey , Robert Morris with Prunella Ransome Andrew Burt , John Lee Special guests
Joanna Dunham , Ronald Lewis Rendezvous by ROGER PARKES
A meeting for Kiley, and a man-hunt for Hero.
Script editor IAN MACKINTOSH Designer BRIAN TREGIDDEN Producer JOE WATERS
Director ROBERT TRONSON
Chief Insp Grainger:
Do as I Say by CHARLES WOOD with Angela Down as Daphne Heather Canning as Louise Kate Nelligan as Hilary Daphne , you are going to be asked this. Asked whether or not you invited this person to your home. Whether or not you invited him to have forcible relations With you. You don't seem to be reacting to this so-called experience in quite the way that one would expect....'
Script editor COLIN TUCKER
Designer DON TAYLOR
Producer GRAEME MCDONALD
Director BARRY DAVIS
Preview by Angela Down: page 15
A series of ten programmes
3: The Question of Selection
! Education seems to me a process of applied inequality ... having spent most of the 20s and 30s realising how different children were individually, we've now spent a considerable time pretending they're all the same.' STUART MACLURE , editor of The Times Educational Supplement, argues the case for more differentiation in secondary education.
Producer ROGER OWEN
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