6.40 A Matter of Opinion
7.5 Tawny Owls
7.30 Handicapped in the Community
Keep up with the Times: 6 Why the Difference?
10.3 Scan: M-way Impact
3: Building and Operating a Motorway
10.25-10.45 Mathshow Full Up
Mum, Where are You?
It's All Right: 6
A cartoon series about the gang of alley cats captained by the ever-resourceful and formidable Boss Cat.
Michael Rodd meets the winners and runners-up of the two semi-finals in the last programme of the present series.
They come from BEAVER ROAD JUNIOR SCHOOL, Didsbury, Manchester, SLATYFORD SCHOOL, Newcastle upon Tyne, WOODCOTE HIGH SCHOOL, Coulsdon, Surrey and THE HAYFIELD COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, Auckley, Doncaster.
The films will be scene; from You're a Good Sport Charlie Brown , The Music Box, A Hitch in Time and Fantasia.
There will also be details of how to enter The 1979 Young Film Makers' Competition.
Directed by PAUL LOOSLEY
Produced by JOHN buttery BBC Manchester
with Simon Groom
Christopher Wenner Tina Heath
Producer PENNY RYE
Assistant editor JOHN ADCOCK Editor BIDDY BAXTER
Blue Peter Make, Cook and Look Book,
11.50, from bookshops
Based on the characters created by ALEX GRAHAM
Voices LIONEL JEFFRIES
VICTOR SPINETTI and ANN BEACH Written by HITCH HITCHENS Music IAN SAMWELL
Director DICK HORN
Producer GRAEME SPURWAY
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
The Nationwide team of FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB wellings provide you with background to the news of the day and present some of the less serious features and stories that make up the scene Nationwide.
Also from far and near, the programme's team of reporters LUKE CASEY , BERNARD CLARK
KEVIN COSGROVE , TONY FRANCIS DIANE HARRON , JAMES HOGG BILL KERR ELLIOTT , NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and GLYN WORSNIP
Kieran Prendiville Judith Hann and Michael Rodd show you the latest inventions and discoveries of the technologists, scientists and engineers at work today.
Tomorrow's World reports on some of the successes ... and occasionally the failures.... that could change our lives for better or for worse.
Producers JOHN GROOM. ANDREW wiseman Assistant editor ALAN DOBSON Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Introduced by Mike Read LEGS & CO
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Choreography FLICK COLBY SoundLANCE ANDREWS Lighting RON BRISTOW
Producer BRIAN PENDERS
Executive producer ROBIN HAS.
Return of the Fur Seal
' The seals that fought back from the edge of extinction.'
Narrated by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH Summer comes to a remote sub-Antarctic bay. From the freezing waters the males battle for coveted patches of beach. Heavily pregnant, the females arrive and within days the bay is alive with woolly black pups.
Once they were slaughtered in millions for their fur. Now, unmolested by man, the islands ring to the calls of thousands of cows and their young.
Filmed by BRUCE PEARSON and PETER PRINCE Film editor jim CRYAN
Presented for TV by LANCELOT TICKELL Series producer PETER BALE BBC Bristol
Written by ROY CLARKE starring Paul Greenwood Free Sample
PC Wilmot makes no progress with Renata from ' Pay & Accounts', while PC Penrose, admirer of ' Commissaire Lebec of the Sûreté' gets a starfish down his trousers.
Cast in order of appearance
Signature tune written by PAUL GREENWOOD and IAN WILSON Sung by PAUL GREENWOOD
Incidental music by RONNIE hazlehurst Designer ERIC WALMSLEY
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
Chief Insp Dunwoody:
with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
by ELWYN JONES
Six strands in a web of intrigue. 2: Return and Despatch
'Now let it work; mischief thou art afoot.' (SHAKESPEARE) Someone is intent on causing trouble amongst Eadon's guests. He shows he has the power to force them to stay.
Script editor MICHAEL WEARING DesignerCHARLES BOND Producer DAVID ROS E
Director RICHARD CALLANAN BBC Birmingham
Omnibus tells the extraordinary story of a man caught between two worlds. Son of Fox was a Navajo Indian who survived in his youth by hunting rabbits and crows, and gathering roots and seeds in the mountains of the American South-west. He spoke no English, had never even seen a white man.
Today, he is Dr Frederick Young , a nuclear physicist working on laser-initiated nuclear fusion. Within the space of a single lifetime, FRED YOUNG has bridged almost the entire span of human development.
Today, when the stress of moving between the two cultures becomes too great, he still goes back to the medicine men of his own tribe, who - ironically - view his work in the white man's world with suspicion.
In the film, we meet his brother, who spends his time between the bars and jails of Arizona, and his relatives, who live in traditional hogans in the desert. Where does Fred Young now stand, working within a culture that has almost totally exterminated his own heritage and his own people?
Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK Film editor CLARE DOUGLAS Producer MICHAEL BARNES
The news, the stories and the people that matter, intrigue and amuse.
With the Robin Day interview Including News Headlines
Film producer HELEN JENKINS Editor ROGER BOLTON