6.40 Electrolytic Chlorine Cells
7.5 Applicant Advisory Programme (1)
7.30 An Abattoir for Ibadan?
When Roobarb Made a Spike
Told by RICHARD BRIERS
by OLIVER POSTGATE and PETER FIRMIN (in six parts)
Prince Noggin must choose a Queen within six weeks or lose his throne to his wicked uncle. 1: The King
Why Don't You just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead?
The WDY gang present your ideas
Director HILARY MURPHY
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
A film from Czechoslovakia (in three parts)
1: The King is angry because Martin has discovered the secret of the language of animals and sends him on a perilous journey. Story told by COLIN JEAVONS
The first of six programmes presented by David Attenborough 1: Here Be Monsters
In past centuries travellers' tales about strange animals led people to believe that dragons and giants, sea-monsters and the magical unicorn might really exist. Today DAVID ATTENBOROUGH tries to discover the truth behind these old stories.
Research BARBARA KINDRED
Producer MOLLY cox
David Attenborough 's Fabulous Animals,
12.25 hardback, 50p paperback, from bookshops
with Bob Langley , Donny MacLeod David Seymour , Marian Foster and Jan Leeming
by Julie Holder
and his Friends
with John Noakes
Peter Purves , Lesley Judd The Big Band Sound with the girls and boys of Rawlins School, Quorn joined by guest soloist Roy Castle
Assistant editors JOHN ADcocx and ALAN RUSSELL
Editor BIDDY BAXTER
by NEVILLE SMITH
Why is Michael a part-time truant? He is 15 and has a problem but can't talk about it. Even when help is at hand, Michael isn't sure what the future can offer him.
Designer AUSTIN RUDDY
Executive producer ANNA home Director DAPHNE JONES
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
Tonight's features include
Pigeonhole with Richard Stilgoe reflecting ideas and opinions.
Producers ANDREW TAUSSIG
GORDON WATTS, HUGH WILLIAMS
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
Chairman Robert Robinson
The second semi-final is between the Midlands and the North West. The HARVEY FAMILY from Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, compete against the BARKER FAMILY from Woolton in Liverpool.
Director ROSALIND GOLD Producer ROBERT TONER
,(The Final is on Friday at 5.50 pm)
A romantic serial in 16 parts set in Cornwall of the 1780s based on the novels by WINSTON GRAHAM
Part 14 by JACK RUSSELL
Ross determines to find Mark Daniel who may be able to remember where he saw copper while hiding down Wheal Grace. It means Ross accompanying Trencrom's smugglers to the Scilly Isles - a dangerous undertaking since among the smugglers there is an informer.
Producer MORRIS BARRY
Director PAUL ANNETT
Dr Dwight Enys:
The Berlin Wall stands as both symbolic and concrete testimony to the post-war divide between East and West - witness to the war of words and nerves which has blown hot and cold with the changes in political climate. As Churchill said, ' Better jaw, jaw, than war, war '. And so it has been for 30 years. But today, as Russia and the Warsaw Pact countries continue their massive military build-up, creating, as some believe, not only nuclear but conventional arms superiority, what happens if and when the talking stops? The message to Belshazar, burnished on another wall, over 2,500 years ago read: ' Thou hast been weighed in the balance and found wanting.' In the first of two programmes, Lord Chalfont weighs the military balance and comes up with a critical interpretation of what he sees as today's Writing on the Wall. Presented by Ludovic Kennedy ,
Film editor COLIN JONES
Studio director mike CATHERWOOD
Executive producer FRANK SMITH
Producer ROGER BOLTON (Part 2 at 11.0 pm)
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
starring Wilfrid Brambell
Harry H. Corbett , Carolyn Seymour In this film version of one of television's most popular comedy series, Harold falls for a stripper. But when the happy pair set off on their honeymoon, Albert goes too!
Screenplay by RAY GALTON , ALAN SIMPSON Director CLIFF OWEN. Films: page 11
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8 February 2017
Part 2: Reading the Writing
-There is no Soviet threat ... It is all a monstrous lie from beginning to end.' (LEONID BREZHNEV) ' The struggle will continue.... until the complete and final victory of Communism on a world scale.' (PRAVDA) What are the Russians' intentions and What should the West do in the face of their military build-up? For this second programme, Helmut Sonnenfeldt, Henry Kissinger's Russian expert, and Vladimir Dunaev, top Soviet commentator from Moscow, have flown to London to debate with Lord Chalfont.