7.5 Fertilisation and Implantation
7.30 Fourier Analysis and Transducer Response
Keep up with the Times: 5 A Topical Programme
10.3 Everyday Maths
13: Cheap at Half the Price by JOHN TULLY
Bulk-buying may be cheaper, but watch who you buy it from!
Directed by ANDREW MORGAN Produced by DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.25-10.45 Near and Far: Tundra
One of the coldest places on earth, home to the Eskimo and the oil-man; a place where the landscape is transformed every summer. Narrated by MARY DOWNING Produced by ROBIN GWYN
11.0-11 25 Scene: The Police
What right do the police have to move you on, or to stop and search you? What happens when you are arrested? The Metropolitan Police talk about their dealings with teenagers, and show how some incidents are handled. Director DAVID s. BELL
Producer ROY THOMPSON
11.30 Hyn o Fyd Cloi 'r gyfres
Arddangosfa o waith y plant a chyflwyno TIws Hyn o Fyd Cyflwynydd EMLYN DAVIES (Ail-ddarllediad)
Weather JIM BACON
2.15 Japan: The Crowded Islands Too Far, Too Fast?
It's All Right: 5
2.45 Rendez-vous: France 5: Loisirs
A programme for children under 5
A cartoon series about the gang of alley cats captained by the ever-resourceful and formidable Boss Cat.
Michael Rodd asks questions based on scenes from
Swallows and Amazons, Boys Will Be Boys, Electric Eskimo and The Mickey Mouse Anniversary Show. Looking for answers will be the winning contestants from the last four heats and they come from SLATYFORD SCHOOL, Newcastle upon Tyne, ST MARKS C OF E MIDDLE SCHOOL, Southampton, PEEBLES HIGH SCHOOL, Peebles, and BEAVER ROAD JUNIOR SCHOOL, Didsbury, Manchester.
There will also be details of how to enter The 1979 Young Film Makers' Competition.
Directed by PAUL LOOSLEY
Produced by JOHN BUTTERT BBC Manchester
with Simon Groom, Christopher Wenner, Tina Heath
Blue Peter Make, Cook and Look Book, Â£1.50, from bookshops
with Peter Woods Weatherman
The Nationwide tean,. of FRANK BOUGH, SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS provides you with background to the news of the day and presents some of the less serious features and stories that make up the scene Nationwide.
Michael Rodd , Kieran Prendiville and Judith Hann report on the latest inventions that could change our lives for better or for worse.
Taking its regular journey into the future, Tomorrow's World brings you the achievements ... and sometimes the failures ... of the engineers, technologists and scientists at work today.
Producers LAURIE JOHN , JOHN GROOM Assistant editor ALAN DOBSON Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Introduced by Jimmy Savile , OBE LEGS & CO
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Choreography FLICK COLBY
Sound LANCE ANDREWS. Lighting RON BRISTOW Producer DAVID G. HILLIER
Executive producer ROBIN NASH
The Real Mr Ratty
Narrated by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
The classic adventures of ' Toad ', ' Mole and Ratty ' in The Wind in the Willows are unforgettable childhood introductions to nature. Underground and underwater, among the wild creatures of a Devon river bank, we discover the true lifestyle of one of Kenneth Grahame 's fictional characters - 'Ratty', or to be more accurate, the water vole, one of our smallest aquatic mammals. Commentary written by BRIAN JACKMAN
Extracts from The Wind in the Willows read by FELICITY KENDAL
Film editor ANDREW NAYLOR
Photographed and produced by MAURICE TIBBLES
Series producer PETER BALE. BBC Bristol
A series of seven programmes written by ROY CLARKE , starring
Those Wonderful People in the CID A little mild friction between uniform branch and cid. As if PC Penrose has not enough problems with his own family, with his potential in-laws and with his recent awareness of the unreliable properties of the human skin.
Signature tune written by PAUL GREENWOOD and IAN WILSON. Sung by PAUL GREENWOOD Incidental music by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Film cameraman JOHN BAKER Sound recordist RON BLIGIIT Studio lighting RON BRISTOW Designer ERIC WALMSLEY
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
by Elwyn Jones
Six strands in a web of intrigue
"As undertakers walk before the hearse." (Garrick)
The guests at the Deep Corporation Conference expect lavish hospitality - not funeral trappings.
Omnibus presents the TV premiere of Franco Rosso's highly-praised film, made for the Arts Council. In Jamaica the poet is the voice of the people: 'toaster ' poets chant improvised lines to a backing of reggae music at dance halls, parties, anywhere people go to enjoy themselves.
Linton Kwesi Johnson, born in Jamaica, now resident in London, is a poet, writer and musician whose style is rooted in the Jamaican tradition in which art, society, politics and music are inextricably bound together.
This is a film not only about Linton Johnson but also about the community to which he addresses himself, the Black working-class community in London.
'I don't believe that poetry changes anything... You could write a thousand songs but that won't bring about the revolution.'
Omnibus editor LESLIE MEGAHEY
(Postponed from 5 April)
With the Robin Day interview Including News Headlines
Film producer HELEN JENKINS