Cover Up Story
10.0 Look and Read The King's Dragon
Mr Day Helps with Story
10.25-10.45 Location Britain Location 3: Lynemouth
Why an aluminium smelter was located at this particular spot on the edge of the Northumberland coalfield.
Presenter BERNARD CLARK Producer LEN BROWN
11.18 Going to Work
Help for the Unemployed
11.40 Physical Science
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Working with Animals
Weather JACK SCOTT
Live and lively every day-television's most original magazine programme with the accent on new ideas, new talking points, star guests and good conversation. Presented live from the lobby of the BBC's Broadcasting Centre in Birmingham by DONNY MACLEOD , DAVID SEYMOUR MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMING including People and Pets
Editor TERRY DOBSON
With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Today's Number: 5
with Kim Goody and Malcolm McFee.
2.14 Quatre Coins de la France La vie en province
Keep Up with the Times
An eight-part cartoon series on multiplication. 5: Six Times
2.40 TV Club. A School in Time: Jolling Tomorrow
Danny, the gypsy boy, keeps a pet fox.
Director RICHARD MARTIN
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
A programme for children under 5
with Kenneth Williams Agaton Sax and the League of Silent ExploderM by NILS-OLOF FRANZEN Today: Wanted
Illustrations by JAN BRYCHTA
Adapted and directed by JEREMY SWAN Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Introduced by Johnny Morris
Today's programme is all about Rabbits.
Tony Soper goes out in search of wild rabbits, and finds out about the maze of underground tunnels that make up a warren.
Sheila Young has some unusual rabbits in the studio, including Angoras, Dwarfs and English Lops. David Taylor on the right and wrong way to keep a pet rabbit.
And Johnny looks at the most famous rabbit book ever written - Watership Down.
There's a preview of the brand-new feature film of Watership Down be seen in cinemas all over the country. And we learn some of the secrets of how they filmed this, the longest animated picture ever made.
Bernard Cribbins invites
Barry Cryer , Lucy Mathen and Richard O'Sullivan to compete with John Junkin , Jan Francis and Michael Aspel in a series of peculiar acting games
Designer BRYAN ELLIS
Producer PETER CHARLTON
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
Television's most popular current affairs magazine programme presented live each weekday evening by FRANY BOUGH
JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS with contributions from BBC studios throughout the country. Also from far and near, the programme's team of reporters, LUKE CASEY, KEVIN COSGROVE , BERNARD FALK , DIANE HARRON , JAMES HOGG , PATRICK STENSON and MARTIN YOUNG bring you films and features that reflect the way life is Nationwide.
Editor JOHN GAU
Probably it's the first time anywhere in the world that a television service has organised a national competition for musicians under the age of 19. Almost 500 of the best young British instrumentalists entered BBCl's competition, playing a wide variety of instruments.
Tonight, in the introductory programme in a series of 15, you can meet some of these aspiring performers in their homes; and personalities from the world of music, including Yehudi Menuhin and Fanny Waterman , discuss the place of competitions in musical life.
The series is introduced by Humphrey Burton
Executive producer WALTER TODDS Producer ROY TIPPING
Terry Wogan and Ray Moore introduce the Variety Club of Great Britain's Annual Show Business Awards from the Savoy Hotel, London
In the presence of celebrities from the world of show business Lord Delfont, assisted by Chief Barker Trevor Chinn , presents the awards reflecting outstanding performances of 1977. Among the awards being made are: BBC and ITV Personalities
Film and Stage Actress and Actor Radio, which for the first time includes an award to Independent Radio, and the premier award to
The Show Business Personality for 1977.
Producer KEN GRIFFIN
Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds.
(By arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph )
For your delectation and delight, your Chairman, Leonard Sachs , introduces
Denny Willis and Company Sheila Mathews
Josephine Gordon , Frankie Ferrer Members of the Players' Theatre, London:
JENNY WREN , DUDLEY STEVENS JENNY TILL, DERYK PARKIN
DIANE JANE ARGYLE , DAVID MACHIN PENNY RIGDEN, CHRISTOPHER WREN
Choreography DOREEN HERMITAGE
Musical director BERNARD HERRMANN Producer BARNEY COLEHAN BBC Manchester
Richard Whitmore : weather
Our Day Out by WILLY RUSSELL
One coach, 30 kids - and their teachers - set out from Liverpool to North Wales. As the volatile mixture erupts, mirth and anarchy prevail while tempers flare.
The zoo, a castle, the beach and a fairground are only a few of the memories that some will cherish - and others prefer to forget.
The Kids and IAN ALLWARD , DEBBIE BUSH
JANET CAVE , MARIA CHAPMAN
MICHAEL CLIFTON , SIMON DRIVER LORRAINE ELLIS , JOHN EVANS
DAVID FORD , BARRY GILLIBRAND SHARON GRANT , MIGUEL LATES
GRAHAM LUCAS , MAURICE MCNALLY DAVID MARTIN , CRAIG MATTHEWS MALCOLM MEADES , JAYNE NILSON
JOHN PHILLIPS , MICHAEL SPENCER COLIN UNGI , JUDITH WILLIAMS KEITH WILLIAMS
It was a stunner - an experience that bound you heart and soul - a trip that shouldn't be missed. (DAILY EXPRESS)
Producer DAVID ROSE Director PEDR JAMES BBC Manchester
Les, lollipop man:
Introduced by DENIS TUOHY Including News Headlines
Ten films about the fascinations, the frustrations and the working environment of professional engineers.
5: TONY DAVIES
Rejected by the Royal College of Art, where he wanted to study industrial design, he studied electronic engineering ' because the pass rate was the best of all the engineering subjects at West Ham.' Still in his early 30s he now owns his own firm, making specialised electronic testing equipment turning over f 1.5m a year.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer MICHAEL GARROD