7.15 James Bond
7 40 Industrial Relations Act 1972
8.5 Hormones and Homeostasis
Dog a long
Wag, a red setter, is out for a day by the sea. She sees gulls on the wing, and further out at sea are puffins and seals.
Music and narration by DEREK GRIFFITHS Research ROBIN HALDANE Producer MICHAEL COLE
take a look at God's world With JOHN DRYDEN
Dodo unravels the strange case of Mr Chuckle and Dr Snide. Mack intosh launches Mouse-Rock!
Assistant producer NORMAN STONE Producer DAVID BROWN
A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories. Produced and presented by MAHENDKA KAIL
Directed by ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham
JIMMY YOUNG'S Guide to Everyday Maths
A series of ten programmes to help you brush up your confidence with numbers.
8: Pictures and Charts
Pictures or charts can be an interesting way of presenting information. But how easy are they to understand? Join Jim 's guests and see how much you know about pie-charts and pictograms. In the sketches
RAY LONNEN and PETER AUBREY
Sketches written by CHRIS MILLER
Production ANNA JACKSON. CHRIS JELLEY
Book (same title), Â£2 50, from bookshops For information about local classes in basic maths ring [number removed](England), [number removed](Scotland), [number removed] (Wales), [number removed] in Ireland), between
9.30 and 5.30 from Monday to Friday. For individual help a tutor will answer questions if you ring [number removed], Thursday only from 6.0 to 8.0 pm.
All Things Praise Thee
CANON PETER FIRTH joins the congregation of Burford Parish Church, Oxford-shire, in a service about The Soil
SINGERS conducted by KOBERT ORESCHNICK
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH BBC Birmingham
with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham Farming news on Ceefnx pages 168/9
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
A series of five programmes presented by Geoffrey Smith. 2: Leaf Cuttings
It is possible to propagate a large number of house plants by taking leaf cuttings. Techniques using whole leaves as well as leaf sections are covered today.
Series producer PETER RIDING Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Book 'same title), 75p, from bookshops
A summer season of British comedy films. Today starring
Jimmy Edwards , Martita Hunt
When the lusty Sir Roderick dies at the ripe old age of 95, the Ryalls are faced with the prospect of either selling Ballyroden Hall , the family home, or taking in paying guests to make both ends meet. If only crazy Anna Rose could remember where she hid the family heirloom!
Screenplay by ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD based on the play by M. j. FARRELL and JOHN PERRY
Produced by ANATOLE de GRUNWALD Directed by JOHN PADDY CARSTAIRS
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Sir Roderick Ryall:
Hercules Ryall ):
Aunt Anna Rose:
Sir Philip Ryall:
Cracked Ice and Fresh Airedale
The popular Western film series
When Buck accidentally discovers a silver deposit he and Manolito go into partnership, all set to make a fortune -but things do not turn out quite as they expect.
Big John Cannon:
The Pliilips Gateshead Games
The annual Gateshead athletic spectacular once again produces a unique event with the appearance of the legendary Olympians, AL OERTER in the discus and LASSE VIREN in the 5,000m, who have each won four Olympic gold medals.
In addition there is the welcome reappearance in Europe of JOHN WALKER. World record holderforthe mile. Also competing are British Stars DA VEMOORCROFT, ALLAN WELLS , SEBASTIAN COE and BRENDAN FOSTER. Organised by the Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council in association with Philips Electrical. Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING and STUART STORET
Producer JOHNSH REWSBURY
Rod Hull and Emu
Billy Dainty , Barbara New and Tom Chatto
Emu invades the screen with 25 minutes of fun and action in a sparkling schedule of your favourite shows from the craziest TV channel in the world.
Devised and written by ROD HULL Producer PETtR RIDSDALE SCOTT BBC Manchester i Repeat)
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
by CAPTAIN MARRYAT. dramatised in five parts by WILLIAM POINTER Part 1: starring
A second chance to see this exciting story about four children caught up in the clash between Cavalier and Roundhead and forced, under constant threat of discovery and death, to embark on a strange new life.
Producer PARRY LETTS
Director JOHN FRANKAU (Repent)
with Thora Hird
In the Church's calendar Spring means Easter, the happiest of all the Christian festivals and the theme for Thora's hymns today. She presents many viewers favourite hymns from Palm Sunday and Easter Songs of Praise, including the Hallelujah Chorus sung in Gloucester Cathedral.
Producer RALPH ROLLS
Director ELIZABETH GORT
starring Barry Foster with Wendy Gifford , Jan Harvey and Frank Middlemass A serial in ten episodes
9: A Good Day by RAY JENKINS
'I just want today to finish. I'm not selfish, but everything crumbles in my hands. Everybody wants to get away - why? '
Series created by N. J. crisp
Music composed by FRANCIS SHAW Film cameraman PHIL LAW
Film recordist JIM MCALISTER Film editor MIKE ROBOTHAM Designer MYLES LANG
Producer PRUDENCE FITZGERALD Director KENNY MCBAIN
Starring Dirk Bogarde as Stephen, Phyllis Calvert as Lady Haig, Jean-Pierre Cassel as a French Colonel, John Clements as Gen. von Moltke, John Gielgud as Count Berchtold, Jack Hawkins as Emperor Franz Joseph, Kenneth More as Kaiser Wilhelm II, Laurence Olivier as Field Marshall Sir John French, Michael Redgrave as Gen. Wilson, Vanessa Redgrave as Sylvia Pankhurst, Ralph Richardson as Sir Edward Grey, Maggie Smith as Music-hall star, Susannah York as Eleanor and John Mills as Sir Douglas Haig
The seaside, August 1914. As the Smith family and thousands of other Britons enjoy their summer holidays, the leaders of the European nations play tragic games taking their countries into war.
Based on the Joan Littlewood Theatre Workshop musical play, adapted from the radio feature The Long, Long Trail by Charles Chilton.
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Adapted from the radio feature "The Long, Long Trail" by:
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Emma (age 4):
with Richard Baker Weather
An Everymani report by Peter France
Ten years ago the new age of peace and love proclaimed by the hippies seemed to be around the corner. Today, most of the ' flower children ' have children of their own, and the sober 70s have brought widespread disillusion with the power of flowers. But not all the visions have faded; and not all the visionaries have gone back home to daddy.
In this second of two films, PETER FRANCE traces the idealists of ten years ago who keep alive the hope of a new age. and who believe that the greater truths are on their side: teepee-dweller Sid Rawle , pop-star Arthur Brown , founder of 'Release' Caroline Coon , aristocratic hippy Sir Mark Palmer , and poet Allen Ginsberg.
Producer WILLIAM NICHOLSON
It must be true 1 read it in the papers.' But is it always the truth? What are the real stories behind the stories? Who decides what we read in the papers, watch on TV, and hear on the radio?
Each week George Scott questions the power and methods of the media.
Director ROSALIND GOLD Producer JUDY GRAHAM