6.40 The Future of British SteeL 7.5 Ecology. 7.30 The Handicapped - Wort-Ing Together.
With DONNY MACLEOD , MARIAN FOSTER and BOB LANGLEY
The three regular presenters are joined by Tony Bllbow for his weekly feature - Film Focus - in which he takes an overall look at the movie industry, the latest releases, the film-makers and me movie stars. Today TONY BILBOW pays a personal tribute to an outstanding Hollywood octogenarian, ALFRED HITCHCOCK.
Editor jim DUMIGHAN
With the PLAYBOARD PUPPET THEATRE and CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP
At the fair the unicyclist has an accident and Hedgehog does his keep-fit exercises before joining
Mo to hear the story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff.
Written and directed by JUDY WHITFIELD Produced by MICHEAEL COLE
Story: Play is Great by JEAN WATSON Presenters
Sarah Long. Ben Bazell
A film from Czechoslovakia in three parts.
1: The King is angry because Martin has discovered the secret of the language of animals, and sends him on a perilous journey. Story told by COLIN JEAVONS
with Simon Groom, Christopher Wenner and Tina Heath
Fit for a Queen
A teddy made of chrysanthemums, a koala bear with a plum for a nose and an owl sitting under a banana moon were just three of the hundreds of stunning floral displays admired by Her Majesty The Queen when she made her first-ever visit to Westminster Cathedral for the International Year of the Child Flower Festival. Blue Peter film cameras were there to record this historic event and so were nine Blue Peter viewers aged from five to 16 -winners of the Flower Picture competition.
For Cristian, Kate, Una, James, Christine, Rebecca, Lesley, Jenny and Sarah, who were all presented to Her Majesty, this particular Friday the 13th was one they'll remember for the rest of their lives!
in Skylark ,
During a long time ago Told by RICHARD BRIERS and PETER HAWKINS
Written by GRANGE CALVELEY
Animation BOB GODFREY
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
The Nationwide team of FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS provides you with background to the news of the day and presents some of the less serious features and stories that make up the scene Nationwide.
Technologies advance. Inventions fail or succeed.
Tomorrow's World reports on the shape of things to come.
Introduced by Dave Lee Travis
LEGS & CO
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound KEITH GUNN Lighting JOHN FARR
Designer GRAHAM LOUGH
Producer BRIAN WHITEHOUSE
Executive producer ROBIN NASH Top Thirty on Ceefax page 176
Terry Wogan hosts the new series of the comedy quiz game all the family can play at home-in which contestants attempt to match their 'blanks' with star guests Wendy Craig, Jack Douglas, Judy Geeson, Little and Large, Aimi Macdonald, Patrick Moore
Presented by arrangement with Goodson-Todman Inc and Talbot Television Ltd MUSiC RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Programme associate TONY HAWES
Designer BOB COVE. Director K. PAUL JACKSON Producer ALAN BOYD
For Ceefax viewers who have hearing difficulty, there will be a series of captions on Ceefax page 170 to help them follow the programmes more easily.
by H. E. BATES , dramatised in four parts by ROBIN CHAPMAN with Jill Balcon , Benjamin Whitrow and Alison Elliott
4: The Battle of Britain is reaching its climax; Elizabeth no longer thinks of the future. All that matters to her now is the day-today survival of her love. For cast see page 56
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
A candid portrait of life in Westminster, one of England's oldest and most famous public schools.
Westminster School is situated in the heart of London, behind the Abbey, overshadowed by the Houses of Parliament. In 400 years it has produced six prime ministers as well as Ben Jonson, John Dryden, Sir Christopher Wren, Tony Benn, Andrew Lloyd Webber and the spy Kim Philby.
Reporter Fran Morrison has followed four characters through their daily life at Westminster - Simon Target, a senior scholar falling behind in his work; Daisy Goodwin, a sixth-form girl in a school where boys outnumber girls by ten to one; Christopher Potter, a first-year scholar in a dormitory of clever 13-year-olds; and a teacher, Rory Stuart, the young Head of the English Department. They, and Headmaster John Rae, talk frankly about academic pressures, the relationships between boys and girls, and the problems of drink and drugs.
by GEOFFREY CASE with ' I'd stake my reputation on it. These photographs are not faked.' But how could photographs, taken on a simple camera by two Yorkshire village girls, have momentous implications for man's understanding of the world?
Writing, casting, direction and design were all excellent (OBSERVER) Touchingly convincing ... (THE LISTENER) ... a bravura performance by James Grout ... delightful performances from Sarah Wright and Linda Searle.
(THE STAGE AND TELEVISION TODAY)
Shunning all temptation ... to indulge in fey camera capers ... a brisk, compelling narrative ... unforced acting was joined to a strong sense of period.
Producer ANNE HEAD
Director MOIRA ARMSTRONG
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Weatherman and Holiday Weather/ Regional News