6.40 Man's Experience of the World
7.5 Secular Music of the Renaissance
7.30 Ring of Steel
9.10 Heute Direkt
Presented by CORINNA SCHNABEL
9.38-9.58 Out of the Past Georgian England
11.17 Going to Work
The Poultry Industry
Weather JIM BACON
by JULIE HOLDER
It's grandfather's birthday and everyone seems to have forgotten - but have they?
Narration GAY SOPER
MUSIC PAUL READE
Animation DAVID KELLAHER
Producer DAVID YATES
It's all Right: 6
2.40 Television Club
I Remember When
' We shall cut income tax at all levels ... a gradual reduction in the size of the Government's income requirement is vital ... any future government which sets out to reduce inflation and taxation will have to make substantial economies.'
(The Conservative Manifesto, 1979) At 3.30 The Rt Hon Sir Geoffrey Howe , MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, rises to fulfill those promises in his first Budget speech from the House of Commons.
From the Nationwide Budget Studio Sue Lawley introduces the budget with expert analysis from economist Andrew Neil and accountant Philip Hardman.
From Robin Day. with guests Len Murray and Patrick Meaney , comment from both sides of industry.
From the City of London, Max the Computer on the Budget's impact on inflation and unemployment.
From Caerphilly Hypermarket, the Budget's effect on prices.
Director BOB MARSLAND
Producers DAVID DICKINSON , RICHARD TAIT Deputy editor DAVIÐ LLOYD Editor HUGH WILLIAMS
The Budget at a glance on Ctefax, page 101: Woddis on ... page 10
with Richard Baker Weatherman
Television's most popular current affairs magazine, presented each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY, HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS , With contributions from BBC studios throughout the country. Also from far and near, the programme's team of reporters bring you films and features which reflect the way life is Nationwide.
starring Donny and Marie The Osmond Brothers
Jimmy Osmond and other members of the Osmond family.
The saga of a land and its people in 12 parts from the epic best-selling novel by JAMES A. MICHENER of the exploration and development of the Great American West. 4: For as Long as the Waters Flow starring
Levi Zendt emerges from his self-imposed solitude to new joy and prosperity. For Maxwell Mercy life is less sweet as he watches the Indians, embittered by government betrayal, grow increasingly hostile. Lame Beaver's gold mine still holds its secrets.
Written by CHARLES LARSON and JERRY ZIEGMAN
Directed by PAUL KRASNY
Produced by MACK HARDING and JOHN WILDER
with Richard Baker Weatherman
The Chancellor of the Exchequer The Rt Hon
Sir Geoffrey Howe , mp for the Government
They have sown the wind and they shall reap the whirlwind.
(Hosea 8, v 7)
In using that biblical quotation at the outset of the Allied air offensive against Germany Air Marshal ' Bomber ' Harris was to be proved correct.
Since the war the military effectiveness of bombing towns and cities has been questioned, nevertheless during World War II 158,564 Allied airmen died in action against Germany. By far the largest percentage of the losses were the men of RAF Bomber Command and the USAAF 8th Airforce. The Americans bombed by day and the RAF by night. Even though cloaked by darkness Lancasters and Halifaxes suffered severe losses - up to 97 four-engine bombers during a single night. American B17 Fortresses and B24 Liberators flew by day in compact formations, relying for defence on massive firepower, yet they too suffered; losing as many as 69 aircraft on a single raid.
Tonight's programme graphically shows in rare wartime colour footage just what those ' maximum effort' raids were like for the young men who flew on them. Survivors from the crews of two bombers, an RAF Lancaster, V Victor' and an American B17 named ' Memphis Belle', look back across 35 years to their experience in the air war over Germany.
Commentary spoken by DAVID SAVILE
Film editor COLIN JONES Produced by BRIAN JOHNSON
The eighth of ten programmes about practical ways of improving race relations.
I Can't Talk to my Parents
How difficult do Asian young people find it to reconcile English customs with the different values held by their parents? And how true are the assumptions held by many teachers and social workers about their so-called ' cultural conflict'?
DR BHiKHU PAREKH of Hull Univer sity, Chairman of the National Association of Asian Youth, reviews some commonly held myths about this, and examines how Asian youth is reacting to English schooling and to English attitudes to marriage.
Narrated by INDIRA JOSHI
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
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