7.15 Harmony. 7.40 Properties of Enzymes (2). 8.5 Carboxylic Acids.
A magazine for Asian viewers. Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham
A series of five programmes
3: Thomas Becket Upper School, Northampton
A school which places particular emphasis on team teaching.
Booklet available, price 60p, from [address removed]
Five films about Spain with interviews in Spanish
1: Alcoy - Moors and Christians
Ten programmes introduced by ERICA WILSON 6: Thinking Big
A Parents and Children series of 16 programmes. 8: The birth
CLAIRE WOOLFORD follows the delivery and finds out how doctors examine a newborn baby to check that he is normal.
A series of four films
When I'm Calling You ...
Featuring JOHN CLEESE in part one of a two-part training film for all staff who may have to take outside telephone calls.
Written by JONATHAN LYNN and ANTONY JAY Directed by PETER ROBINSON A VIDEO ARTS production
Working with blunt tools can be dangerous and give an untidy finish. Today ROY DAY shows how to sharpen chisels, plane blades and twist drills.
Director PAULA GILDER Producer BRIAN DAVIES
A series of eight programmes for child-minders.
1: That's the Way the Money Goes How much do you charge per child per week? Do you know where it goes? Is any of it likely to be taken away from you in tax or in loss of benefits?
BRIAN REDHEAD investigates
A series of ten programmes with DAVID BLAKE and LINDA REILLY 3: The Selling Business
How much choice does the consumer have and is he able to influence producers in what they provide?
In Rosemary Presbyterian Church, Belfast, THE REV JOHN DUNLOP , assisted by members of his congregation, introduces the last in a series of three acts of worship on the theme:
Perceptions, Tribal and Christian?
Organist JOHN MERCER
Producer MOORE WASSON
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Northern Ireland
Presented by DAN CHERRINGTON
Produced by JOHN GLYN-JONES BBC Cymru/Wales
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT
says Nicky MARTYN , star of the series for mums and dads of all ages with comedy, information and music.
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
continues the film season featuring the legendary Bing Crosby.
This lively musical is dedicated to ' the musical pioneers of Memphis and New Orleans'.
Bing stars as Jeff Lambert , leader of the first all-white Dixieland Jazz Band, who becomes romantically involved with Betty Lou on his rise to fame and fortune.
Screenplay HARRY TUGEND , WALTER DELEON Produced by B.C. DE SYLVA
Directed by VICTOR SCHERTZINGER
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Betty Lou Cobb:
THE MOUSEKETEERS introduce a cartoon, Pluto's Heart-Throb, scenes from Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, and Showtime from Disneyland,
from the Arena, Wembley
Jack Pizzey introduces highlights from this competition in which nearly 2,000 young amateur bands-men in 30 colourful marching bands compete against each other in music, movement and appearance.
Fanfare by the Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall
Finale accompanied by the Band of the Royal Marines Commander-in-Chief Fleet
In conjunction with the British Youth Band Association
Director STEPHEN JOHNSON
Presented by LARRY WESTLAND
Lighting JOHN MASON
Sound JEFF BAKER
Television presentation KEN GRIFFIN
Today: Five Candles
Ben and four others are trapped in a collapsed court-house basement. Their lives depend utterly on the skill of one of their company-a man accused of murder.
The last of a six-part series of Night Birds of Bangkok
Introduced by Jeffery Boswall
The stars of this film are the quarter-of-a-million swallows that roost under the bright lights of downtown Bangkok. By following the swallows out on their daily feeding forays to the paddy fields the expedition discovers a surprising variety of animals.
The swallows pass the Saturday market where wild birds are sold, where cockerels and fighting fish are matched in friendly wagers. Then they fly along the klongs (or canals) where wild fighting fish live, over the estuary where waders and gulls congregate and to the paddy fields where egrets and herons feed. Finally, as bats throng out to hunt over the suburbs, the swallows return to central Bangkok - their massive display flights and community singing being one of the great wildlife spectacles in south-east Asia.
Photography ROBERT G. DICKSON Film editor ANDREW NAYLOR
Producer JEFFERY BOSWALL. BBC Bristol
with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON dramatised in four parts by JOHN LUCAROTTI. Part 2: starring
The pirates have broken into the 5 Admiral Benbow' to find the treasure map. Jim has taken it from Bones's sea-chest and is hiding with his mother.
Music composed by CARL DAVIS Producer BARRY LETTS
Director MICHAEL E. BRIANT
Long John Silver:
from Grays Thurrock, Essex
' Number Six Brook Road ', recalls 90-year-old LILIAN CLEMENTS , ' I lived there for 60 years and then 20 years quite alone when the family had left home ... oh, but I'm very proud of my nice family.' BERNARD JACKSON meets Mrs Clements and some of the other people of Grays Thurrock as they talk about their work, their faith, and their favourite hymns, sung tonight in St John's Parish Church.
0 for a thousand tongues (Lyngham); God of grace and God of glory (Regent Square); The day thou gavest Lord is ended (St Clement); To God be the glory; 0 brother man fold to thy heart thy brother (Intercessor); Sing hosanna; The God of Abraham praise (Leoni); Spirit of God in the clear running water; Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus)
Conductor JACK THOMAS
Organist VERNON BOULTON Film director RALPH ROLLS
Producer CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER Series producer ANDREW BARR
HOWARD SPRING'S best-selling novel dramatised in eight episodes by JULIAN BOND , starring
Michael Williams , Patrick Ryeeart Frank Grimes , Ciaran Madden Maurice Denham
8: The Great War has ended but Rory's battle is still to come. For William and Dermot the seeds sown in the past come to fruition.
NIGEL WALTERS and KEN MACMILLAN Film recordist BILL CHESNEAU Film editor DICK ALLEN
Designer BARBARA GOSNOLD
Produced by KEITH WILLIAMS
Directed by PETER GREGEEN. Review: p 90
Black and Tan:
by John Cleese and Connie Booth, which is to be this year's BBC entry at the Montreux Light Entertainment Festival.
Starring John Cleese, Prunella Scales, Andrew Sachs and Connie Booth
LEO: 'The actual facts are so simple. I love you. You love me. You love Otto. I love Otto. Otto loves you. Otto loves me.'
Coward's play about Gilda's calamitous attempts to share her love with two men while marrying a third, met a shocked reaction when first produced in 1933. It remains his most advanced and also his most intimately revealing play.
Lighting SAM BARCLAY
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS Designer COLIN SHAW Producer LOUIS MARKS
Directed by PHILIP SAVILLE Woddis: p 23
At the heart of the events that make the news lie deeper concerns: the principles on which decisions are based, the effective values and beliefs which are forming our society today.
Peter France asks the people in the news the questions that will outlast the news.
Producer COLIN CAMERON Editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON
The Paperback Programme
Introduced by Ronald Harwood Authors of the Week
Ed McBain , with Long Time No See-the latest addition to his famous 87th Precinct series.
Tim Severin , with The Brendan Voyage , 'The greatest adventure of the sea since Kon-Tiki ' - across the Atlantic in a leather boat. Books of the Week chosen by Penelope Mortimer , writer
Daniel Topolski , writer and coach to the Oxford boat race crew, and Terry Wogan
Quiz of the Week set by J. T. Edson on WESTERNS
Studio director KEITH CHEETHAM Producer JULIA MATHESON
Five programmes about investigative journalism on television. Introduced by CHRIS DUNKLEY 4: Telling the Story
How do the laws of libel and contempt restrict journalists? Are the legal odds stacked against investigative programmes? Are the BBC and the IBA wholehearted in their support for disclosure journalism? with TOM BOWER
CHRISTOPHER CAPRON , GORDON CARR GLENN DEL MEDICO , DAVID ELSTEIN RAY FITZWALTER , GUS MACDONALD TOM MANGOLD , JOHN SHIRLEY
Production assistant GILES OAKLEY Producer BERNARD ADAMS