7.15 Hormones. 7.40 Oxidative Phosphorylation: 1. 8.5 Fixing and Floating.
Talkback: Problems of youthin a multi-racial Britain, as put forward by DAVID LANE and CLIFTON ROBINSON at a press conference.
A series of five programmes on how to propagate plants, presented by GEOFFREY SMITH 4: Division
The last of four programmes Insiders and Outsiders
BRIAN REDHEAD looks at the respective roles of teachers and careers service.
(First shewn on BBC2)
ADAM HOPKINS in conversation with ASA BRIGGS
Lord Briggs has been Vice-Chancellor of Sussex University and is currently Provost of Worcester College, Oxford, and Chancellor of the Open University. Here he gives some of his views on higher education.
A series of 20 programmes 18: How do you feel? And
Goodbye, Summer, episode 13
A second-stage Italian language series: ten programmes looking at Italy today. 8: Agricoltura
A look at the problems caused by the neglect of agriculture in favour of industrialisation and one area of success - Chianti wine.
Presenter DENIS MACK SMITH
with Roy Hudd and Irene Thomas.
The freedom of two wheels - we join the Forty-Plus Cycling Club from Essex for a marvellous day out - and Irene visits telescope-maker Reg Spry in his workshop.
from All Saints' Church, Breadsall, Derbyshire
Glorious in Majesty and Honour
A celebration of the greatness and the glory of God for Trinity Sunday.
Conducted by the Rector, THE REV PHILIP CROWE
Organist WILLIS CARTER
Choirmaster DONALD HENDERSON
Television presentation JOHN WILCOX ,
featuring the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. with PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
A series of ten programmes, spanning six centuries, which features Arthur Negus enjoying his favourite subject - furniture.
2: Jacobean and Restoration Presented by HUGH SCULLY
Production PAUL SMITH , ROBIN DRAKE
BBC Bristol (First broadcast on BBC2)
John Wayne , Maureen O'Hara with Barry Fitzgerald , Victor McLaglen Sean Thornton returns to his native Galway to settle down in peace and quiet after making good in America. But there are many trials and tribulations awaiting him-culminating in a marathon fight up hill and down dale with the whole village joining in and ending, inevitably, in the pub!
Screenplay by FRANK S. NUGENT from a story by MAURICE WALSH Produced by JOHN PORD and MERIAN c. COOPER
Directed by JOHN FORD. Films: page 15
Mary Kate Danaher:
' Red ' Will Danaher:
The Rev Playfair:
with Robin and Batgirl, in the fantastic cartoon adventures of the Caped Crusaders.
Have an Evil Day: part 1
The popular Western film series starring
Big John Cannon:
A mammoth production starring Noel Edmonds and co-starring
Keith Chegwin , John ' Jr ' Craven and Maggie Philbin
Now, through the awesome technology of television, we bring you once again the most exciting, breathtaking, hilarious, spectacular and beautiful bits of Swap Shop.
Marvel at how John Craven gets to work! See how Maggie flies through the air! Join Noel at 160 mph! Be amazed as Keith reveals the secret of the long, white wire! Wonder at wildlife filmed in conditions of incredible danger!
Sporting spectaculars, amazing illusions, extraordinary sights, mind-blowing action in stunning colour - you'll find them all in the Multi-Coloured Picture Show!
(It looks terrific in black and white too!)
Designer NIGF.L CURZON Producer CRISPIN EVANS
A series of eight programmes in which BARBARA WOODHOUSE demonstrates her own quick method of training dogs and their owners. 4: The Down
This is one of the most important exercises of all. If a dog goes down on command and stays down, then it is completely under the owner's control. Barbara Woodhouse shows the three methods she uses to teach dogs the down.
Producer PETER RIDING
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
by NEIL MUNRO
Dramatised in six parts by TOM WRIGHT with and 4: Although Count Victor has failed to find Drimdarroch, he has at last met Baron Lamond's daughter, Olivia. Sim MacTaggart suspects him of being involved in a plot to rescue James Stewart and a further raid on the castle leaves him at the mercy of an unexpected adversary.
Fight arranger DEREK WARE
Designers HELEN RAE , BOB SMART Producer PHARIC MACLAREN Directed by PETER MOFFATT BBC Scotland
Duke of Argyll:
from Portstewart, Northern Ireland The harbour of a picturesque tourist resort on the north Atlantic coast of Northern Ireland is the venue for tonight's Songs of Praise.
Among the local inhabitants Margaret Percy meets are a successful local fisherman, a worker in a famous distillery and a young man blinded by a terrorist, who continues his athletic training.
I sing the almighty power of God (Solomon); All creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns erfreuen); Eternal Father (Melita); Morning has broken <Bunessan); Nearer my God to thee (Proprior Deo); Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton); Be Thou my vision (Slane); Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost (Charity).
Conductor HAVELOCK NELSON Producer MOORE WASSON
Film director IAN HAMILTON
Series producer ANDREW BARR
(Postponed from 27 April)
The Thin End by JOHN BRASON starring with The only thing to do when faced with an impossible situation is to make it work for you.
Series devised by ERIC PAICK and n. j. crisp Script editor JOHN BRASON Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director ANDREW MORGAN
A comedy by W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM starring
Sheppey, a London barber, isn't surprised when he wins a fortune on the Irish Sweep. ' I always was lucky', he tells his customers, I was born lucky'. But his luck changes when he tells his astonished family how he means to spend the money.
Music composed and conducted by STANLEY MYERS
Costume designer DOROTHEA WALLACE
Lighting DENNIS CHANNON
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS Designer CHRIS PEMSEL Producer LOUIS MARKS
Directed by ANTHONYPAGE
Preview: page 17, Woddis on ... page 66
Libby upset; Richard irritated. That's how quarrels can start. It's that easy. But as surely as night follows day the quarrelling has to stop sometime - one way or another....
Written by LARRY GELBART and EVERETT GREENBAUM
Directed by NICK HAVINGA
At the heart of the events which make news lie deeper concerns In this week's filmed report, Peter France considers the strengths and weaknesses of the values behind this week's headlines.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Producers DAVID M. THOMPSON and COLIN CAMERON
Spanish Grand Prix
There's a new championship leader - Brabham driver NELSON PIQUET - as the 1980 Grand Prix season moves on to Jarama and round seven in this year's Championship. But right behind Brazilian Piquet is Frenchman RENÉ ARNOUX in the turbo-charged Renault, followed by ALAN JONES (Williams) and DIDIER PIRONI (Ligier), both of whom had such bad luck in Monaco two weeks ago.
MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
SPANISH TELEVISION SERVICE Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
A series of five programmes
2: ARTHUR c. CLARKE , the prophet of space travel, whose own scientific work led to the launching of geosynchronous communications satellites.
Director FRANK ASH
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD