7.15 Hormones and Homeostasis. 7.40 North Sea Gas: Welfare. 8.5 Mining.
8.55 Classical Greece: Land and Sea.
9.20 Living Statistics. 9.45 Teaching Mechanisms.
The Great Big Turnip
With the PLAYBOARD PUPPET THEATRE and CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP
A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director KRISHAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham
from the Chapel of The Good Shepherd Convent in the diocese of Derry, Northern Ireland.
FR JOHN MCCULLAGH conducts a special ministry to the handicapped in his native diocese.
This morning, in the second of two visits, he leads the parents and helpers of handicapped people in a service of reflection and prayer. Introduced by ERNEST REA
Television presentation IAN HAMILTON
BBC Northern Ireland. Christian Com ment on Ceefax page 294 (BBC2)
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 MICHAEL FISH
A series of ten programmes featuring Arthur Negus 7: Elegance and Utility Gillows
, Hepplewhite and Sheraton exploit the trend. New and exotic woods, brought back from voyages of discovery, are used to great effect.
Presented by HUGH SCULLY
Production PAUL SMITH , ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol
Book (same title), £6.00, from bookshops
starring Fredric March and Olivia de Havilland
The ill-fated love affair between a handsome officer and the sweet wife of a Spanish marquis produces a child who grows up in ignorance of his parentage. Set during the period when Napoleon was master of Europe, this spectacular historical romance follows the dramatic adventures of this child born in adversity.
Screenplay by SHERIDAN GIBNEY from the novel by HERVEY ALLEN Directed by MERVIN LEROY
. Films: page 13
Anthony (aged 10):
Roughly Squeaking and Bugs Bunny in Prehysterical
Hare WARNER BROTHERS cartoons
Big John Cannon:
The last of eight programmes puppies
BARBARA WOODHOUSE believes there is no reason for a puppy ever to be dirty in the house-initial training should start when the puppy arrives in the home.
Producer PETER RIDING
with John Edmunds ; Weatherman
A serial in three parts by BRIAN HAYLES
Sir George Mortenhurze and his evil stablemaster Todman become increasingly concerned by Diana's knowledge of the Moon Stallion, which threatens their own plans. The Moon Stallion carries Diana to Wayland's Smithy, where she meets the ancient guardian of the Sacred Grove. Part 2
Horse supplied and trained by VERA MCLEOD and RICHARD VINER MUSiCHOWARD BLAKE
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Director DOROTHEA BROOKING
Sir George Mortenhurze:
appeals on behalf of The Spitalfields Historic Buildings Trust which buys and repairs early Huguenot silk weavers' houses in London's East End. Donations and offers of interest-free finance to: [address removed]
with Thora Hird
When Thora asked viewers to send in their Songs of Praise requests, one hymn was asked for more than any other. She includes it in this evening's selection.
Director INGRID DUFFELL Producer ELIZABETH GORT
(For hymns see Monday 3.35 pm)
Eldorado by N. j. CRISP starring
Burton is sweating on obtaining the Anglo Oil contract ... but do any of the ' Red-Air' staff really want it?
Series devised by ERIC PAICE and N. J. CRISP Script editor JOHN BRASON DesignerMYLES LANG
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director MARC MILLER
Freight shed manager:
starring Gina Lollobrigida
Shelley Winters , Phil Silvers Peter Lawford and Telly Savalas
Mrs Carla Campbell is distressed to learn that the American Air Force squadron which was stationed in the small Italian village of San Forino during World War II is planning to return for a reunion. For the past 20 years, Carla and her daughter Gia have been living luxuriously on child support from three members of the squadron - each of whom believes himself to be the girl's father.
Screenplay by MELVIN FRANK
SHELDON KELLER and DENNIS NORDEN
Produced and directed by MELVIN FRANK Films: page 13
Carla (Mrs Campbell):
Libby and Richard give shelter to another married couple who have lost their home in a mud slide, but they also have to face a problem concerning their son Nicky.
A small village in West Sussex is faced with the strange prospect of saffron-robed Buddhist monks in its midst. They have just set up their first Western sanctuary for training along strict traditional lines. Part of their tradition is to rely for their food on the local villagers: but how would Sussex villagers react when a column of monks file past with their alms bowls? This Everyman report, first shown last year, attempts to explain what they do and why; and the reaction of the village to their new neighbours.
Crisp and informative ... very wry and funny. (FINANCIAL TIMES) Producer DAVID M. THOMPSON
Everyman editor ANDREW BARR
The last in a series of five programmes in which writers of science-fiction talk about their work - the imaginative futures that are becoming the characteristic literature of our technological age.
Best-selling author and creator of a fantasy world where genetically-engineered dragons and their riders fight an enemy which threatens to destroy their ordered medieval society. Director FRANK ASH
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD (First shown on BBC2)
When the square-rigged Olive-bank sailed round Cape Horn in 1931, she carried a Sussex artist recording the stormiest voyage of his life.
Ashore, Claude Muncaster found inspiration in the English countryside and industrial Britain alike. He became a writer and broadcaster, leaving a remarkable heritage of work. His story is told by his son Martin Muncaster.
Film editor RICHARD PARFITT ProducerJOHN FROST