7.1S Limestone Deposition. 7.40 Upper Clyde Shipbuilders. 8.5 Advocacy.
Perkin, Posey and Pootle can't find Grandfather anywhere - and it's almost time for tea. Narration GAY SOPER
Music PAUL READS
Animation DAVID KELLAHER
Producer DAVID YATES
For Asian viewers. Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
Ten programmes on voluntary work presented by MAVIS NICHOLSON
8: St Crispin - Psychiatric Hospital DOREEN DUNKLEY , organiser, talks to Mavis Nicholson about volunteers in psychiatric hospitals. Producer IAN WOOLF
Director SUSANNA capon
The last of ten programmes for trade unionists selected from the Trade Union Studies series.
In deciding how to protect job security, what are the lessons of the UCS work-in for trade unionists today? Is planning for alternative products, as stewards at Lucas Aerospace have done, a better approach? JIM MURRAY , convenor at Vickers Ltd, and JIM SHUTT , convenor at Chrysler UK, review ways of tackling unemployment with MIKE COOLEY and ERNIE SCARBROW of the Lucas Aerospace Combine Committee.
Introduced by ALAN GRANT , NATSOPA
Assistant producer BRYN BROOKS
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Trade Union Studies - Book 2, £1 40. from bookshops
A lively look at words and letters With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and ROSEMARY LEACH
NORMAN ROSSINGTON , MARTIN SHAW GAY HAMILTON , PATRICIA HAYES
Script BARRY TOOK
Adults wanting help with reading can ring [number removed]or send their name, address and telephone number to: On the Move, po Box 7, London W3 6XJ.
Book (same title), £1.00, from bookshops
A series linking viewer at home with congregation in church.
In the last of three visits to the Church of St Anthony of Padua, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, DAVID DAVIES meets FR HUGH LAVERY , JOHN FARRELL and members of the congregation and joins in a Mass celebrating our humanity.
Celebrant FR IGNATIUS , OFM ConT Choirmaster PAUL KINDER Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
News and views
With DAVID RICHARDSON
JOHN CHERRINGTON , PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham Farming news on CEEFAX page 147 Weather for farmers
A series of ten programmes presented by BOB SYMES-SCHUTZ MANN 9:Model Railways (2)
Track-laying and the stage-by-stage construction of an 00 gauge layout based on Horsted Keynes Station on the Bluebell line.
Studio director JOHN RICKWORD Producer PETER RIDING
Book (same title), £1.60, from bookshops
The Western film series starring
Too Many Chiefs
Big John is torn away from his beloved ranch for a while. Will his worst fears be realised upon his return? It depends on what he is afraid of most.
Big John Cannon:
Seven documentaries about people and places.
4: Saint Bronach's Land
At the foot of the Mountains of Mourne is the village of Rostrevor. It has a festival, an evening of music, a mysterious bell and its own way of running dog races. Narrated by NIGEL DAVENPORT
Written and directed by ROBIN WYLIE Produced by MICHAEL CROUCHER BBC Bristol
THE MOUSEKETEERS are here again. This week they visit a recording studio to make their first single 0 Disco Mouse' and introduce a Pluto cartoon Cat Nap Pluto
Directed by DICK KROWN and DICK Imm Executive producer RON MILLER
by SUSAN COOLIDGE
Dramatised in six parts by CONSTANCE COX
A second chance to see the well-loved story of the irrepressible Katy, 15 years old, with a genius for getting into scrapes. Parti
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Producer BARRY LETTS
Director JULIA SMITH
Most children, at one hungry time or another, dream of owning their own chocolate factory. For young Charlie Bucket the dream comes true - by courtesy of the marvellous eccentric Willy Wonka.
Gene Wilder stars as Willy Wonka in this film version of Roald Dahl 's delightful fantasy confection.
Music and lyrics by LESLIE BRICUSSE and ANTHONY NEWLEY
Screenplay by ROALD DAHL based on his book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Directed by MEL STUART
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
A season of BBC prize-winning artists and shows
Written by RAYMOND ALLEN starring
Action by HAVOC
Designer BRYAN ELLIS
Production MICHAEL MILLS
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Air Commodore Drew:
Group Capt Firth:
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Pilot Officer Baker:
The 1978 World Cup Final
Live coverage by satellite from South America of tonight's climax to three weeks of competition for football's most prized trophy. As well as the ceremony and build-up in the River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, the programme recalls the top moments of the tournament. Live at 6.45
The World Cup Final
The whole match from the River Plate Stadium. Buenos Aires. Commentator David Coleman
Analysis, interviews and comment on the llth World Cup Final from Jimmy Hill and the BBC experts, JOCK STEIN, LAWRIE MCMENEMY , BOBBY CHARLTON , JOHN BOND , TREVOR BROOKING and BOB WILSON
Introduced by Frank Bough
Producers ALEC WEEKS, JOHN PHILIPS , MIKE MURPHY , JEFF GODDARD , JOHN ROWLINSON Studio producer MARTIN HOPKINS Presented in association with A78TV and the EBU
Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
Executive producers ALAN HART and ALAN CHIVERS
with Esther Rantzen
Reporters Kieran Prendiville, Glyn Worsnip
featuring Oddities of the Week from Cyril Fletcher and a collection of the jokes, dramas and problems of real life.
Editor PETER CHAFER
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
The Secret of Happiness
If you're not as happy as you'd like to be, is it because you possess too little - or because you possess too much?
Peter France meets a millionaire, a pauper, three young people who have chosen to live the poor life, and MOTHER THERESA OF CALCUTTA, to investigate the claim that the secret of happiness lies not in wealth but in poverty. In Assisi he finds out what has happened to the ideals of the most famous ' poor man ' of them all, St Francis , 750 years after his death.
Producer BILL NICHOLSON
Editor PETER ARMSTRONG
George Scott presents an examination of the pressures on the press worldwide as journalists are increasingly the target of violent attacks by governments and terrorists, especially in Italy, Egypt and Pakistan.
From Argentina, where 38 journalists have vanished or been murdered over the past two years. David Taylor reports on the struggles of Bob Cox, editor of the Buenos Aires Herald, to maintain press freedom under a military dictatorship.
Ten programmes in which
PROFESSOR BERNARD WILLIAMS asks: Can philosophy resolve -some contemporary moral dilemmas? 7: A Fair Wage
Should people be paid according to their needs or their deserts or is the fairest thing to let each get what he can? Two leading economists, PROFESSOR BRIAN (JRIFFITHS and PROFESSOR AMARTYA SEN , debate how considerations of justice can influence our thought about what constitutes a fair wage.
Assistant producer BRYN BROOKS Producer CHRIS JELLEY