6.40 A Study in Control. 7.5 Maths-Chebyshev Polynomials , 7.3J Who's Going to Manage?
With JACK SHEPHERD
The Drtftway by PENELOPE LIVELY Today: A Dead Hare
A school series by PHIL REDMOND
A valuable antique pistol is stolen and suspicion falls on Form 1 Alpha. The headmaster threatens to call in the police and cancel the School Festival unless the pistol is returned.
In this case, science teacher John Martin finds the effects of his drink at the ' Fountain of Youth' an advantage.
Shapes with RICK JONES
Weather JACK SCOTT
Story: Talkative Turtle (traditional) Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Fred Harris
in their Flying Machines
A comedy cartoon
A film in three parts, based on a book by BETSY BYARS
1: Uncle Coot and his nephew Charles become the owners of a mysterious colt born with wings. Uncle Coot refuses to believe it can fly, but Charles is convinced that it will.
An ABC Circle Film
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
A do-it-yourself programme for people who can't. In this second selection from last year's series, Richard Stilgoe demonstrates how even the most hopeless handyman can succeed.
Trapeze - A Flying Start Narrated by JOHN ROWE
Freddy Osier is a flying trapeze artist. He defies danger twice a day, every day, to excite audiences in some of the world's best circuses. Although he's only 23, his act is so successful that he can live on a tenth of his income and bank the rest. But all this success he owes to his meeting with one man - KEITH ANDERSON , a showman, an artist and a trapeze teacher extraordinary.
This film entered the scene of the deathdefiers and made one see it freshly - by revealing the perfection of human bodies schooled to do something pretty close to the impossible. (DAILY MAIL) Beautiful, brilliant, breathtaking.
(EASTERN EVENING NEWS)
Producer GEOFF DUNLOP
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS an4 MICK RHODES
Live from Prague, the outstanding events on the second day of competition featuring
Men's 100m Final
Will Scotland's ALLAN WELLS , who ran so brilliantly in the Commonwealth Games, prove to be the fastest man in Europe? Women's 100m Final
SONIA LANNAMAN, the Commonwealth Games gold medallist, faces even more formidable opposition this time. The Decathlon
DALEY THOMPSON , who demonstrated in Edmonton that he is one of the world's greatest all-round athletes, begins his bid for European gold. 20km walk and Women's 800m Semi-finals Men's 800m Semi-finals
Women's 400m Semi-finals
Men's 400m Hurdles Semi-finals Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY Introduced by Frank Bough
TV presentation by the CZECH TV SERVICE Producers
MARTIN HOPKINS, JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
A series of 13 programmes 10: Rummage by NICK MCCARTY starring
Douglas Fielding with John Collin
Tommy Boyle Allan O'Keefe
Lynch holds the balance between CID and Customs as they investigate a bent businessman and a suspicious German ship..... the only link between them is a show-girl.
Script editor Simon MASTERS Designer IAN RAWNSLEY Producer RON CRACCOCK
Directed by TRISTAN DE VERE COLE
de Vere Cole
by the Conservative Party
(Also on BBC2)
with Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
A six-part story from the best-seller by SARA DAVIDSON about the lives of three young women during the turbulent, changing years of the 60s.
4: Trouble ahead. While further radical demonstrations lead to an escalation of violence on the political scene, the private lives of Kate, Tanya and Jenny are stormy indeed. As romantic illusions fade each of them has to face the reality of her day-to-day relationship with the man she loves ...
with Terry Wogan who introduces the Second Semi-final Home Counties North v
Midlands and West from the Locarno Ballroom, Bristol Commentator
A professional demonstration by Alan and Hazel Fletcher Music by ANpY ROSS , HIS ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS
A MECCA promotion
Arranged by ERIC D. MORLEY Director KEN GRIFFIN
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham
The last in the summer season of programmes about the arts in the 20th century. Tonight:
The Pilgrimage of Ti-Jean
Jean Carignan - French Canadian folk fiddler extraordinary - at the age of 60 visits Ireland for the first time in search of the music of Michael Coleman whom he has idolised for half a century.
MICHAEL COLEMAN came from the great fiddle-playing area around Sligo. He died an exile in New York in 1945. In his lifetime Decca cut nearly 80 records of his playing, and in 1928 a copy of one of them fell into the hands of a very young street musician in Montreal. This film shows something of the results.
Introduced by John Faulkner and Dolores Keane
Photography ALLEN BENDIG Producer PHILIP DONNELLAN
Executive producer BARRIE GAVIN