6.40 Electrolytic Chlorine Cells.
7.5 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds.
7.30 Water Masses,
A Dairy on your Doorstep
10.25 Near and Far Water Moves In
Flooding valleys for reservoirs is one way of supplying our ever-increasing demand for water. What does this mean to the people who happen to live in them?
Narrated by MARY DOWNING Producer ROBIN GWYN
10.45 Other People's Children A series of 19 programmes
15: Play is Children's Work
11.0-11.20 Scene: The Travellers
A film about the life and work of a gypsy family.
Narrator NICK ROSS Producer ROY THOMPSON
11.30 Hyn o Fyd Pobl y Byd. Y Masai
Cyflwynydd EMLYN DAVIES Cynhyrchydd R. DILWYN JONES (Here and There)
A lively look at words and letters with DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and MARTIN SHAW
with DONNY MACLEOD , DAVID SEYMOUR MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMING
It's All Right: part 1
2.45 Appuntamento in Italia A language resource series
1: Citta e campagna
A programme for children under 5 Story: Angelo
Written and illustrated by QUENTIN BLAKE Presenters
Carol Chell , Chris Tranehell Dancers
FIONNA MCPHEE , NELSON FERNANDEZ
Dig in Quick
At low tide, when gulls and oyster-catchers are about, shrimps, shellfish and crabs hide in the sand. Anemones close, to open again as the sea returns.
Music and narration by DEREK GRIFFITHS
Film editor ANDREW JOHNSTON
Producer MICHAEL COLE
Music and narration:
A cartoon series
Three teams compete for gold medals in different sports in many countries.
The Yogi Yahoeeys , the Scooby-Doobys and a little cheating from the Really Rottens.
This week: Mexico and England
with John Noakes and Lesley Judd
Assistant editor JOHN ADCOCK Editor BIDDY BAXTER
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
with Angela Rippon Weatherman
What's happening in Britain today? What are the reasons, thinking and opinions behind the news? FRANK BOUGH, SUE LAWLEY
VALERIE SINGLETON , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS set out to examine the topical events of the day and also show you some of the less serious features and stories that make up the scene Nationwide.
takes its regular journey into the future, reporting the inventions and discoveries which will change our lives for better or worse.
Judith Hann , William Woollard and Michael Rodd report on the achievements, and occasional failures, of the scientists and technologists who are shaping our future.
Producers JOHN GROOM , ANDREW WISEMAN Assistant editor ALAN DOBSON Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Introduced by Peter Powell.
Legs & Co, Top of the Pops Orchestra
Top of the Pops
Big Bill - the Story of a Heron Narrated by David Attenborough
Dominant, assertive and strong - that's Big Bill, the eldest of four heron chicks And he needs to be a bully to ensure his chances of fledging from the nest.
Once Big Bill is independent he finds his own way from trout hatchery to goldfish pond, and has difficulty learning how to swallow an eel ... Life for herons is hazardous and eventful but with moments of humour which add colour to their character.
Filmed and directed by ANTHONY BOMFORD and HUGH MILES Written by ERIC THOMPSON
Produced by RSPB FILM UNIT
BBCtv presentation by ROBIN PRYTHERCH Series editor MICK RHODES BBC Bristol
by JOHN CHAPMAN and ERIC MERRIMAN starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
Mistaken identity can lead to all sorts of problems, especially if you're Terry.
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER
Producer PETER WHITMORE
with Angela Rippon
starring Ronnie Corbett
Special guest star Andy Williams and star guest Sacha Distel
With JIM DAVIDSON , LIZ WHITING and featuring
GEOFF RICHER'S FIRST EDITION
Choreography GEOFFREY RICHER Vocal direction MAGGIE STREDDER
RONNIE HAZLEIIURST AND HIS ORCHESTRA Written by EDDIE BRAREN
Script associate DAVID RENWICK Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM Designer ERIC WALMSLEY Producer MICHAEL HURLL
HRH The Prince of Wales, Patron of the Royal Anthropological Institute presents "Face Values" with people from Bali, Brazil, California, Malta, Tanzania and Britain.
Ukakoro, former leader of an Indian village, advised his people to kill the Brazilian road gang but the present leader's advice to do a deal and move to a new village was accepted. It has been too readily assumed that contact with industrial society inevitably spells death to traditional culture. The Kayapo of Brazil have faced this problem in the last few years and come to terms with it.
Villagers in Malta and gypsies in California are also adapting to new circumstances and they, too, wish to preserve the essentials of their culture.
Narration written by PAUL KRIWACZEK
Spoken by ELIZABETH BELL
Assistant producer PETER RAMSDEN Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
HRH the Prince of
Narration written by:
Brixton By-election Special Presented by Denis Tuohy
In an extended edition Tonight brings live coverage of the declaration and reports on the campaign that led up to it.
And in a special outside broadcast Robin Day gives the voters of Lambeth Central (better known as Brixton) the chance to question leading politicians about their policies and the campaign.