11.22 Music Time
KATHRYN HARRIES and PETER COMBE invite you to play from a musical score. Instruments: your hands. Director ROGER FRY
Series producer JOHN HOSIER
11.45 General Studies
May I Have the Pleasure?: 3
The story of popular dancing
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Editor TERRY DOBSON
2.1 Words and Pictures
Tale of the Turnip: an old man plants some seeds and one of them grows into such an enormous turnip that he needs help to pull it up. Presenter HENRY WOOLF Puppet sequence ERIC MIVAL
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
2.18 Near and Far
Up in the Mountains
2.40 Going to Work: Ask the Office SUE FITZGERALD and YVONNE RUANE tell us about their first months in their new office jobs. Producer LEN BROWN
with Susan Jameson
Go Tell It to Mrs Golightly by CATHERINE COOKSON
' What if he don't like me? ' asked nine-year old Bella. 'Never you fear,' said Mrs Golightly. 'Your Grandfather'll take to you all right. And remember what I've always told you - if you are afeared of anything, tackle it. The only way to get over fear is to face it.'
Today: A Cold Reception
An adventure story in 13 episodes Part 9
Scott Hunter has come to Tucker's Gully to search for his father, only to find that he is wanted for murder. The locals suggest a reward be given to whoever finds Gordon Hunter. Two people oppose this-Molly, who has her bar burnt down, and Tindle. whose store is threatened when he refuses to sell guns. What will happen now that there is a reward of £500?
Written by ROGER SIMPSON Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director TOM PARKINSON
Presented live from London and the BBC studios around Britain. Frank Bough, Sue Lawley
Valerie Singleton , John Stapleton and Bob Wellings are the team that bring you Britain's most watched current affairs programme. Each weekday evening they present analysis of topical events plus the features and film that make up the scene Nationwide.
Producers RONALD NEIL , ANDREW TAUSSIG GORDON WATTS, HUGH WILLIAMS
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
Robert Robinson invites families throughout Britain to take part in this contest of speed and wits. Tonight the CROLL FAMILY from Derby, meet the BOXELL FAMILY from Darlington, Co Durham.
Director ROSALIND GOLD Producer ROBERT TONER
Ask the Family 3, 45p, from bookshops
by Terry Nation.
The ninth of a new space adventure series in 13 episodes.
Starring Gareth Thomas, Sally Knyvette, Paul Darrow, Jan Chappell, Michael Keating, David Jackson
with Stephen Greif, Jacqueline Pearce
Travis has devised a plan to destroy Blake and capture the Liberator. Even Servalan believes it cannot fail...
Writer/Series created by:
Old, Demented and Rejected
Ellis Baxter is 76. For four years he has had to cope with a wife who is incontinent, wanders off down the road in her slippers and often doesn't even recognise him. For Mrs Baxter is suffering from senile dementia; and so is one in ten of our over-65s. And for thousands of these sufferers there is nowhere to go.
David Taylor reports from South-port, a town which can only send its crisis-cases to the mental hospital-32 miles away; where they're not wanted in the geriatric hospitals; and where there is only one home with room for 30 residents, and a long waiting list, that actually welcomes this much-neglected and sad section of our community.
Producer PETA DESCHAMPSNEUFF
Deputy editor ELWYN PARRY JONES Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
The second of three films starring the top superstar of the 70s. Tonight with Peter Boyle , Melvyn Douglas
Bill McKay , a hard-working, committed lawyer, is talked into running for the US Senate by Califor. nia Democrats. He is promised he can say what he likes since he's bound to lose - but is he? As the campaign gets under way, Robert Redford as McKay finds he no longer recognises his own opinions in the smooth platitudes of his speechmakers....
Directed by MICHAEL MITCHIE
(First showing on British television) Films: page 12
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