6.40 Students and Revolution
7.5 Television and Politics - America: 4
7.30 Doctors - Too Few or Too Many?
Digging the Black Seam
Not so Much a Number
A Likely Story
The Life of a Social Worker
Other people's problems are the daily concern of a social worker. How do they cope with the frustrations and difficulties of working on problems which are rarely ' solved '? Narrator SEAN BARRETT
Producer ROY THOMPSON
11.30 Music Time: Programme 22
With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
MARTIN SHAW , NIGEL STOCK
Script BARRY TOOK
BOB LANGLEY, DONNY MACLEOD
DAVID SEYMOUR , MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMiNG with the personalities and talking-points of the day including Grace and Flavour
with MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Music by PETER GOSLING and DAVE MOSES Lightpen artist QUENTIN BLAKE
Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds and adults watching with them.
Introduced by Christopher Neil.
2.14 The Electric Company: 12
An eight-part cartoon series on multiplication. 2: Two Times
2.45 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Schule
Andrea auf dem Schulweg; Elke und Holger als Klassensprecher; Susan in den Arbeitsgruppen.
A film from Yugoslavia.
Julia and Tomo do their best to bring Bajazzo back to form.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
The ever-hungry hound joins Mystery Incorporated on the trail of ghosts and ghoulies in a series of cartoon adventures.
with John Noakes
Peter Purves , Lesley Juddl
Assistant editor JOHN ADCOCK Editor BIDDY BAXTER
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Reports and features reflecting the life of Britain today.
Presented this week by MICHAEL BARRATT , FRANK BOUGH
DILYS MORGAN , VALERIE SINGLETON and BOB WELLINGS
Presented by Raymond Baxter , William Woollard Michael Rodd and Judith Hann
Tonight the result of the Tomorrow's World and East Kilbride Development Corporation competition.
Producers ALAN DOBSON
ROBIN BOOTLE, PATRICK UDEN Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Introduced by Noel Edmonds.
Legs & Co, Top of the Pops Orchestra
Top of the Pops
The Story of Britain's Royal Builders and Collectors in nine films Told by Huw Wheldon
All his life King Charles I stammered. Only when he reached the scaffold at the end of a gilded but difficult reign did he speak with clarity and eloquence.
' I go ' he said ' from a corruptible to an incorruptible crown where no disturbance can be, no disturbance in the world.'
In the words of the supporter of Cromwell' he nothing common did. nor mean upon that memorable scene.'
Charles I Charles I was the greatest patron of the arts to occupy the British throne. With paintings by Titian. Raphael, Caravaggio, and many other masters of the Italian Renaissance Charles I enriched the Royal Collection. As patron of Inigo Jones he encouraged a new architecture two centuries in advance of its time. In Van Dyck he had a painter who reflected the majesty of his court, the tender relationships in his family and the exalted aloofness which helped lead to his execution.
Historical adviser j. H. PLUMB
Photography KENNETH MACMILLAN Film editor ALAN BRADLEY
Executive producer RICHARD CAWSTON Producer MICHAEL GILL Director DAVID HEYCOCK
The Queen's Pictures, £15.00 from bookshops from 9 May
with Richard Baker and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
Since he left the White House in disgrace in 1974, Richard Nixon has remained in silent exile in San Clemente, California.
Now, in a series of major interviews with David Frost , Richard Nixon speaks for the first time in public about the achievements, as well as the defeats and humiliations of his time as President.
In the course of four special programmes starting tonight, he will give his version of the Watergate story that brought his downfall, and the charges that he created an 'Imperial Presidency' in which power was abused. Nixon will also talk about the war he inherited, and the peace he made, and his 'final days' in the White House.
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The arts in action
Introduced by Humphrey Burton Walle to the Moon Albert Houthuesen is now 74. He has been a painter all his life. He has struggled against misfortune, ill-health and public neglect. He is still painting. This is his story. Narrators
LYNDON BROOK. DOUGLAS WILMER
Executive producer BARRIE GAVIN Director JOHN ARMSTRONG
The Battle for the Counties
By going to the polls in this month's local government elections
British voters will have participated in election history - never before has the entire country voted together except in a General Election, nor has there been such a guide as to what might happen in the next General Election.
As the first declarations are made from 54 county councils and metropolitan county councils in England and Wales, David Dimble by - with analyses from David Butler and David Clark-charts the changes of political control.
Robert McKenzie reports from the London headquarters of the council with the biggest electorate, the GLC, and there will be regular reports throughout the programme from BBC regional studios.
Robin Day discusses the impact of the results with representatives of the three major parties, The Rt Hon Peter Shore , mp, The Rt Hon William Whitelaw , mp, and David Penhaligon , mp.