6.40 Production Systems. 7.5 Beethoven.
7.30 Earthquake Prediction and Prevention.
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
with JANE ASHER
The Farthest-Away Mountain by LYNNE REID BANKS
Today: The Gargoyles
PETER GLAZE and DON MACLBAN cause chaos and laughter when they become removal men.
An eight-part serial from Poland
7: Stas finds the camp of a Swedish geographer who, in spite of being a very sick man, is able to give him the means of saving Nel.
with TONY HART , COLIN BENNETT and Morph "
Morph's attempts to get airborne backfire and give Tony and the caretaker quite a chase.
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v India from Headingley Final day
The whole, of this morning's play. Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER , TED DEXTER and M. J. K. SMITH
TV presentation NICK HUNTER, HUW JONES
M. J. K.
with MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Music by PETER GOSLING and DAVE MOSES Devised and produced by MICHAEL COLE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Weather MICHAEL liSH
England v India from Headirrgley
The final afternoon's play up to the tea interval.
Story: Silver Daisy With KAREN MOORE Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , David Hargreaves
An adventure story in 13 episodes set in New Zealand in the 1860s.
Scott Hunter is searching for his missing father who is being held prisoner by two thugs. Tindle arrives - he means to force Gordon Hunter to tell them where he struck gold. But how?
Written and devised by:
What Makes a Champ?
The second of two programmes Introduced by Daniel Topoiski
Today we follow the training of two 11-year-old footballers in Somerset and see how their skills develop. Football Association coach Allan Jones comments on their progress. Daniel talks to a doctor to find out how modern technology can be used to measure the efficiency of the body, and is given advice on how eating the right foods can help people to get fit and stay fit.
Film editor PETER HEELEY
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS. BBC Bristol
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by BERNARD CRIBBINS
Music by MIKE BATT
Animated by BARRY LEITH
Directed by IVOR WOOD
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Gentleman Jim Steps Out
In the first of two excursions into the world of High Society, Nationwide's very own gentleman, James Hogg, sets himself up with an address, a butler and a club - and launches himself upon the upper classes.
with Peter Purves
A series of four dramatised documentaries which re-create history in the places where it was made. 3: Saint Therese of Lisieux
' My name is written in heaven.' So said the five-year-old Therese Martin. Years later she knelt at the feet of the Pope and begged to be allowed to enter the austere Carmelite Convent at the age of 15. Ten years later she died in Carmel, unknown beyond its walls. Yet, after 30 years, she was proclaimed a saint, and millions all over the world became devoted to Saint Therese, the Little Flower of Lisieux.
Written and researched by DOROTHY smitb Directed by SARAH HELLINGS
Pope Leo XII:
the voice of St Therese:
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring
Arthur Lowe , John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn
Hoard Frazer keeps his savings in gold sovereigns. Mainwaring thinks the money should be in a safe place-such as a bank - his bank. featuring Guest appearance of Designer TIM GLEESON
Produced by DAVID CROFT
Chief Warden Hodges:
Tonight's adventure film starring Rock Hudson Arlene Dahl with Ursula Thiess
In mid-19th-century India nationalistic feeling is running high. When a British officer, Captain Claybourne, is courtmartialled and disgraced for rescuing his Sepoy troops against orders, he receives a tempting offer from a powerful rebel Rajah.
Screenplay by ALAN SIMONS. Based on the novel Bengal Tiger by HALL HUNTER Produced by TED RICHMOND
Directed by LASLO BENEDEK. Films: page 15
Rock Hudson Arlene
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Louise Mutlow seemed to have everything against her when she announced she planned to marry Nigel Coo. She was a schoolgirl, he was out of work. Their parents disapproved. They had no chance of a home of their own. And the figures show that marriages where both bride and groom are teenagers are more than twice as likely to end in divorce. But Louise was determined ...
Christine Turner is a glamorous grandmother now. But she married at 16 and pregnant, like one in four of today's teenage brides. Her daughter Jackie was at technical college when she announced that she wanted to marry. Christine feared that the problems of her own first marriage were about to be repeated ...
Yet teenage marriages can last.
Irene Webb followed a family tradition when she married at 19, 40 years ago.
Jenny Conway reports on Britain's most vulnerable marriages.
Production assistant JUDY GRAHAM
Producer HARRY WEISBLOOM
by STEWART PARKER
A comedy with music
Roy and Martyn want to write the next Irish winner for the Eurovision Song Contest. So who thinks tfiey are working for British Army Intelligence? And why has someone sent them two bullets through the post?
Music by SHAUN DAVEY
Designer CHRIS EDWARDS
Director ROB KNIGHTS
Aries, the ram ... Taurus, the bull ... Gemini, the twins ... These are three of the constellations of the Zodiac, the belt stretching round the sky in which the Sun, the Moon and the bright planets are always to be found.
Tonight Patrick Moore talks about the Zodiac, what it meant to the old astrologers and how it is regarded by astronomers of today.
Producer PATRICIA WOOD