6.40 Learning Strategy, Teaching Style
7:5 Humphry Davy
7.30 Bart: 5
Weather JACK SCOTT
With Maggie Henderson and Fred Harris.
Top People: HYWEL CERI JONES
Story: The Cat in the Hot
Written and illustrated by DR SEUSS Presenters
Sarah Long , Fred Harris
When the Day Didn't Arrive Told by RICHARD BRIERS
Written by GRANGE CALVELEY Animation BOB GODPREY (Repeal)
An adventure story in 13 episodes set in New Zealand in the 1860s. 4: When his father doesn't return from the goldfields at Tuckers Gully, Scott Hunter sets out to find him. After a lift on a supply dray he is left to walk the rest of the way on his own. Suddenly he sees two men. Is one really about to shoot the other?
Written and devised by ROGER SIMPSON Produced by JOHN MCRAE
Directed by TOM PARKINSON
Michael Aspel introduces your requests from recent BBC television programmes and puts your questions to his studio guest.
Producer PHILIP CHILVERS
Send sour requests to: Ask Aspel, BBC Television, London W12 SQT
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.
The fourth of six distinctive shows capturing the versatility and energy that have made Leo one of Britain's top entertainers. With special guests
Kate Bush and Randy Edelman with ARLENE PHILLIPS DANCERS
Choreographer ARLENE PHILLIPS Musical director RICHARD NILES Vocal backings GLOW Designer PAUL TRERISE
Production DAVID G. HILLIES
The saga of a land and its people in 12 parts from the epic novel by JAMES A. MICHENER 8: The Storm
In the late 1880s charges of fraud are made by the Venneford Ranch accountant against Oliver Seccombe on the eve of a devastating blizzard which sweeps rapidly across the plains. New arrivals to Centennial include the Wendell acting family, past masters of the con-game.
Written by CHARLES LARSON Directed by HARRY FALK
Produced by MACK HARDING , JOHN WILDER
starring as Oliver Seccombe:
as Charlotte Seccombe:
with Richard Baker and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
by Roy Clarke
starring Bill Owen, Peter Sallis, Brian Wilde
Her Majesty's Ambassador to Venezuela.
The second of two films about the life and work of British diplomats overseas.
Venezuela is a founder member of OPEC, one of the few parliamentary democracies in South America, a wealthy and rapidly-developing country. For the British Ambassador Jock Taylor and his colleagues in the commercial department of the Embassy, the challenge is quite simply to get a foot in the door, to make contacts in a market and a culture that has few traditional links with Britain.
In the film we cover the arrival of a trade delegation from Birmingham and the help they receive from the diplomats on the spot.
Venezuela has massive contracts to award but it also needs help, particularly in the field of education and in the teaching of English. The Embassy works closely with the British Council in helping to meet these needs. We look, too, at some of the problems for the wives of diplomats, and at the less glamorous side of the diplomatic social life. Important work is often done at cocktail parties, but two or three functions an evening, sometimes every night of the week, can also become a tremendous strain.
Film cameraman JOHN ELSE Sound recordist JOHN MURPHY Film editor LES NEWMAN producer JONATHAN STEDALI ,
by Desmond Bagley, dramatised in two parts by Jack Gerson
starring Stuart Wilson, Heida Steindorsdottir and George Sewell
Former British Agent Alan Stewart is blackmailed by his old boss, Slade, to undertake a simple delivery job in Iceland. The job is as simple as sudden death.
Music composed and conducted by:
Sir David Taggart: