9.38 Out of the Past
The Mill Owner: David Dale .
10.0 Look and Read The King's Dragon
4: Miss Wood in Danger?
Ann tells Jack Dunbar about the stolen messages. He is not impressed. Meanwhile a frightened Miss Wood decides to leave Hastings. With
KENNETH WATSON , FRANKIE JORDAN
SEAN FLANAGAN , JOHN QUAYLE
ANNE PICHON , PETER SETTELEN
CHARLES COLLINGWOOD , STUART FELL JANE CARR and DEREK GRIFFITHS
Written by RICHARD CARPENTER Producer sue WEEKS
10.25 History 1917-73 Stalin's Revolution
Rope and String
11.18 Going to Work
The Poultry Industry
11.40 Physical Science Fluids
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Hotel Management
2.14 Corners of France Village Life
Keep Up with the Times
Eight-part cartoon series on multiplication. 4: Eight Times
2.40 TV Club. A Place Like Home: Jackie by DAVID COOK
A girl who wants to live her life in her own way ...
Director FETER JEFFERIES
by CLIVE KING
When Sena, a village boy in Sri Lanka, captures a rare snake he is unsure of its value. The only way to find out is to take it to the zoo in Colombo ...
Film cameraman YOUSUF AZIZ
Film recordist DENNIS PANCHEN Film editor BILL SHAPTER
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director PAUL STONE
with Susan King
The Island Where Time Runs Out susAN journeys by Britain's most unusual airline to North Ronald-say, the most northerly of the Orkney Islands. Today, only 14 children live there. Susan lands in a cattle-field to talk to the children and find out from the old people what life was like on this remote and tiny island where the sheep live on seaweed and a fascinating shipwreck has been rediscovered after 200 years.
Film cameraman CHARLES lagus Film editor RICHARD SEEL Producer DAVID TURNBULL
by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn
Mainwaring 's platoon are sitting in a barn which is the target for some 25-pounders. Only Jones knows of the danger.
featuring John Laurie as Private Frazer, James Beck as Private Walker, Arnold Ridley as Private Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Private Pike
Lance Corporal Jones:
A film series about a warm-hearted family of pioneer stock, starring
Just when John-Boy is beginning to think his prospects are poor, an incredible opportunity occurs - but there's an insurmountable obstacle.
Derek Godfrey , Robert Morris with Prunella Ransome , Andrew Burt Wei Wei Wong
Girl from the Sea by MICHAEL J. BIRD
' She's sticking to her story - she fell into the harbour and was swept away.'
Script editor IAN MACKINTOSH Designer JUDY STEELE Producer JOE WATERS
Director MICHAEL E. BRIANT
Lily Tan WEI:
Lily Tan's group:
Six plays by JOHN HOPKINS Nothing to Lose with Dinsdale Landen
T. P. McKenna Jane Hylton
Louise Matthews 's abrupt arrival at the Malorys' home late one night brings news which upsets the whole household.
Script editor RICHARD BROKE Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Designer DON HOMFRAY Producer MARK SHIVAS in association with STELLA RICtlMAN Director
A rare look at Cuba and its people 18 years after Castro's revolution. In this film report, which includes an interview with Vice-President Carlos Rafael Rodriguez, Denis Tuohy examines the Cubans' attitude to their country's role in the Angola war and looks at the possibility of better relations with the United States.
Including News Headlines
A series of ten programmes
4: The Question of Selection (part 2)
STUART MACLURE'S proposition that our schools are concerned with equality to the detriment of other educational objectives is discussed by ANNE JONES , a headmistress, and by DAME MARGARET MILES and HARRY RÉE-former headteachers.
Producer ROGER OWEN
(The Question of Education: a televised debate on Thursday, BBC2, 9.30 pm)
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