6.40 Air Fares. 7.5 1979 General Election.
7.30 Conservative Government 1970-72.
9.52 Europe from the Air New Lights
10.15-10.35 Music Time
In the Factory: 2
11.0 Merry-go-Round Dutch Treat
Half and Half: the second of four new pre-maths programmes looking at symmetry and reflections.
Introduced by STEPHEN TATE and Purrfecta the Pussycat
Puppet animation JOE BARTON
Producer JUDITH MILES
11.40 Encounter - Italy
A Land of Custom
12 10 pm Music Time for Teachers 1: Singing and Percussion Accompaniments
If you teach music at the junior level but consider yourself musically inexperienced, this programme offers practical help. Presenter DENIS CARR Children from
TADCASTER COUNTY JUNIOR SCHOOL Teacher BETTY LLOYD
Consultant WENDY BIRD
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
Presented by SAM DALE Growing Up
From small beginnings, like apple pips or horse chestnuts, grow large trees. Mary had a little lamb is a rhyme you might know. But what you might not know is what happened when it grew up. Find out in the story sung by BARBARA COURTNEY KING.
Storv animation KATE CANNING
Written and directed by MARTIN FISHER Produced by MICHAEL COLE
2.1 Words and Pictures
2.18 Out of the Past
The Vanishing Railways
2.40 Going to Work
from Portstewart, N Ireland
Story: Joseph by ANN BROOKSBANK
Illustrated by KATRINA VAN GENT Presenters
Carol Chell , Don Spencer
starring Keith Chegwin with special guests including Liquid Gold Dollar
Regents this week's hit sounds and top pop fun and games.
The irrepressible Cheggers will be assisted by VIVIENNE MCKONE and GORDON ASTLEY leading their twin teams the 'Yellows' and the 'Reds'.
Designer BARRY ROACH
Director JOHNNIE STEWART Producer MIKE STEPHENS BBC Manchester
with Simon Groom, Christopher Wenner, Tina Heath
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by BERNARD CRIBBINS
Music by MIKE BATT
Animated by BARRY LEITH
Directed by Ivor WOOD
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Look North, Look North West South Today, Look East Midlands Today, Points West
Spotlight South West Scene Around Six
Reporting Scotland, Wales Today present news and views in your area tonight. Then at 6.20 Frank Bough , Sue
Lawley Hugh Scully , John Stapleton and Bob Wellings are the team that bring you Britain's most-watched current affairs programme.
Producers ANDREW CLAYTON , LINO FERRARI IAN SQUIRES , RICHARD TAIT Deputy editor DAVID LLOYD Editor HUGH WILLIAMS
Robert Robinson takes the chair in another match in this exciting contest between families from all over the United Kingdom. Tonight
THE GURNEY FAMILY from Fulmer, Buckinghamshire, challenges
THE LLOYD FAMILY from Broadstairs, Kent.
Producer ROSALIND GOLD
Book 4 (same title), 60p from bookshops See Letters page
The Duke cousins' main pleasure in life is beating the system and baiting the sheriff of Hazzard county where the good guys are outlaws and everybody's in-laws. A film series starring with Days of Shine and Roses
A nostalgic old film at the annual Ridgerunners Reunion of old-time moonshiners recalls the past rivalries of Boss Hogg and Jesse and leads to a challenge to find the greatest moonshine runner of all time. But, with Boss around, victory is not always to the swiftest.
Music specially composed and sung by WAYLON JENNINGS
Written by BRUCE HOWARD
Directed by HOLLINGSWORTH MORSE
Uncle Jesse Duke:
A Higher Form of Killing
On 22 April 1915, the Germans launched the first gas attack against the allies at Ypres. It was, said its inventor, a higher form of killing'. By 1918 it had claimed the lives of 100,000 men. Sixty years later the world has developed nerve gases many thousand times more powerful. The Russians and the Americans have enormous stockpiles - and the British Government is currently considering whether we too should go back into chemical warfare.
Tonight Jeremy Paxman investigates the continued development of one of the most feared of all weapons.
Researcher ROBERT HARRIS Producer MICHAEL HOGAN
Deputy editor ELWYN PARRY JONES Editor ROGER BOLTON
with Richard Baker Weatherman
Susannah York , Trevor Howard
Loosely based on a true 19th-century story, this lively movie follows the adventures of Eliza and her husband as they leave for England from the penal colony of Sydney. Shipwrecked, they survive with some of the crew, but mutiny and murder ensue. Eventually the Frasers escape but are caught by a tribe of hostile Aborigines. Eliza is rescued and, back in England, makes her fortune on stage -recounting her amorous and other intrigues.
Screenplay by DAVID WILLIAMSON
Produced and directed by TIM BURSTALL (First showing on British television) Films: page 15
Capt Foster Fyans:
Capt James Fraser:
Capt Rory McBryde:
The fifth of ten films presenting a personal view of the European countryside.
Rain in Spain ...
... stays mainly on the plain in Andalusia, but on the Cabo de Gata hurricanes hardly ever happen-until David Bellamy arrives! Protected by a large umbrella he explores the desert bad-lands of south-east Spain. In contrast the Cota-Donana, to the west, is a wonderland of wet marismas supporting many beautiful plants and animals.
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY