6.40 Introduction to the Organ
7.30 Symbols and Equations
9.38 Twentieth Century History Pear) Harbor to Hiroshima
10.0 TV Club
You Can Do Anything
10.23 Music Time
Folilow my Leader
What does a removal man do? Susan Calland and James find out.
11.0 Exploring Science In the Swim
11.23 Words and Pictures
The Lion who Wished
11.40 Biology. The Kidney
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5: Le Velo. Narrated by GILLES DATTAS,ANDRÉ MARANNE
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
The live and lively magazine, presenting the personalities and talking points of the day with DONNY MACLEOD , BOB LANGLEY and MARIAN FOSTER
Editor JIM DUMIGHAN
String with RICK JONES
Story and design by JOANNE and MICHAEL COLE
Directed by MICHAEL GRAFTON-ROBINSON
2.1 Watch. Salt Water
3: You'll be sorry
A story of family conflict
With JIMMY JEWEL, JOHN FOWLER
JANET DALE , ALAN LEITH
LOUISE TOMKINS , KAREN SCARGILL and PATRICK MURRAY Scnpt DAVID COOK
Producer FELICITY KINROSS
2.40 Physical Science
with Victoria Plucknett The Ivory Anvil by SYLVIA FAIR
3: Doubting Thomas
with Tony Hart , Colin Bennett and MORPH
Mr Bennett spies on Morph and is amazed by what he finds!
Director CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Producer PATRICK DOWLING
A series of five programmes by JOHN CHALLEN
The gang are back in a new series. This week Graham decides to write, direct and star in his own amateur film. William plays the villain - in more ways than one! Action!
Film recordist PETE EDWARDS
Film Dameraman HENRY FARRAR Film editor TONY TEW
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director MARILYN FOX
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Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Look North, South Today
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Points West, Spotlight South West presents news and views in your region tonight.
Then at 6.20 the Nationwide team Of FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS present a mixture of topical reports, special investigations, films and features.
Did you know that this is the programme on which you could be phoned at home by Noel?
Did you know that this shape is made from eight triangles?
Did you know that' Schoolmasters' and ' The classrooms' have something in common?
Did you know that this week's word game is to make the longest Jist of words of three letters or more from the word ' Lucky ' plus a letter of your own? Your own letter must occur in every word.
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Lucky Numbers. BBCtv, London W12 SQT Designed by TOM YARDLEY JONES Produced by' CLIVE DOIG Edited by ROSEMARY GILL
A season of shows celebrating Eric and Ernie's successful years with the BBC.
Written by EDDIE BRABEN with Diane Solomon and Maggie Fitzgibbon
Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT Designer vie MEREDITH
Produced by ERNEST MAXIN
A serial in eight episodes Written by MICHAEL J. BIRD starring
Peter McEnery and Alexandra Bastedo with Brian Blessed , Stefan Gryff
Paul Maxwell , Godfrey James Tony Doyle
7 : The Eyes of Love
Preece is badly shaken by the things Hellman tells him. He realises he still has a long way to go to achieve his ends.
Collier again meets Helene. Unsuspecting they wander into a situation of great danger.
Cast in order of appearance
Serial created bv MICHAEL J. BIRD
Music composed by GEORGE KOTSONIS
Film editors TARIQ ANWAR , BERNARD ASHBY Designer JON pusey Producer
ANDREW OSBORN Director VIKTORS RITELIS
Theme tune (RESL 62), from record shops
with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
Introduced by Harry Carpenter including tonight:
The Philips Indoor Spectacular from RAF Cosford
With the European Indoor Championships only ten days away, tonight offers a last chance for our athletes to reach the qualifying standard. The ladies have a match against France, and the men face opposition from Poland and Germany in a series of invitation events.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
Organised by the BAAB in conjunction with Philips Industries. Cricket: Sixth Test
Australia v England from Sydney
The story of the fourth day's play.
Athletics JOHN SHREWSBURY Cricket
AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION Director JOHN ROWLINSON Producer JOHN PHILIPS
Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
'... they're positively geriatric.'
That was the criticism levelled by customers at the shoes made by the old-established family firm, C. & J. Clark. Five years ago Britain's shoe manufacturers were reeling under the onslaught from overseas and from the economic recession. Four hundred firms closed down, and Clarks found itself particularly vulnerable in a market which appeared to be moving away from ' sensible' shoes and traditional products.
Judith Hann and Andrew Neil follow the company's fight back, building itself a completely new look for those geriatric shoes and for the company itself. A new emphasis on design and experimental shoe-making techniques helped Clarks win its way into new corners of the market, but put at risk the company's special relationship with the loyal small shop owners, and they created a set of unexpected and unwanted problems for the men and women who make the shoes.
The Risk Business has recorded a year in the life of one of the most ambitious new design projects, and reports that traditions die very hard in the shoe industry.
Film editor KEITH WILTON
Studio director JOHN GORMAN Film director FIONA HOLMES Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
The news, the stories and the people, that matter, intrigue and amuse.
Presented by DENIS TUOHY VALERIE SINGLETON and DONALD MACCORMICK
The Tonight film reporters are JAMES BELLINI , MICHAEL DELAHAYE BERNARD FALK , VINCENT HANNA SALLY HARDCASTLE , DAVID LOMAX JEREMY PAXMAN and MARTIN YOUNG Including News Headlines
Producers JOHN HOLME , BARBARA MAXWELL Editor ROGER BOLTON