6.40 Curriculum Design and Development
7.5 Home from Home
7.30 Maths: Complex Analysis
During a Fishing Holiday Told by RICHARD BRIERS and PETER HAWKINS
With JANE LAPOTAIRE
Fanny and the Monsters
The second of a two-part story by PENELOPE LIVELY
Pictures by GARETH FLOYD
Boardwalk Booby Trap
Arch villain 'The Hooded Claw schemes to inherit the wealth of the beautiful heroine. But the Ant Hill Mob race to rescue Penelope from her direst Peril.
With TONY HART and Morph Tony makes a circle from straight lines, plays spillikins, and cuts up some felt before he is disturbed by the Caretaker's huge notice. Morph and Chas try their hands at do-it-yourself, with unfortunate consequences.
CARMEN MUNROE introduces rhymes and counting games and tells a story about Annie, Louise, George, Kevin, Caroline, Cheng, Scott, Mary, Toni and Sandra, who all go to a place where there is plenty to do and room to play. A Windy Day
Illustrated by JOAN HICKSON Percussion GREG KNOWLES
Musical director PETER PETTINGER Designer JOHN HOLLAND
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE Written and directed by CAROLE WARD
Story: Mr Gumpy 's Outing written and illustrated by JOHN BURNINGHAM Presenters
Introduced by Johnny Morris With TERRY NUTKINS
Otters, minah birds, voles, hedge-hogs, harvest mice, owls, a harris hawk, a rhino and a baby rhino, a fox and a fox cub - all guests on Johnny's show today with the Animal Magic regulars: Rocky the rockhopper penguin, and Brolly the umbrella cockatoo. And Terry goes bats looking for a flying mammal that has long ears, bad eyesight and built-in radar.
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol
with Paul McDowell
Written by BOB BLOCK starring Clive Dunn
4: Grandad can't stand two people in this world and Amelia Wilcox, the famous actress, is both of them!
Devised by CLIVE DUNN
Incidental music by ROY CIVIL Executive producer ANNA HOME Directed by JEREMY SWAN BBC Manchester
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
A round-up of the day's most important events in the South East.
The Doctor's Dilemma
The second of two films which follow one seaside doctor through the busiest week of his life. This time there is a crisis as the doctor is faced with a major accident. Reporter TONY WILKINSON
Producer PAUL BERRIFF
Editor HUGH WILLIAMS
The last of four programmes Cruiser Racer
Until the 1950s, off-shore yacht racing was a sport for the rich specialist. Nowadays people from all walks of life take part, especially in the fast-growing fleets of small one-design off-shore racers. A confirmed cruising man, writer and broadcaster Martin Muncaster signed on as crew for the ' E' Boat World Championships held this year on the River Forth. There in wind and rain he found family boats jousting with some of the country's great experts.
Producer JEREMY PALLANT
by HAMMOND INNES dramatised in six parts by PETER YELDHAM , starring
Ray Barrett as Alec Hamilton
4: The Golden Soak mine explosion ... was it an accident? Or did Ed Garrety deliberately set out to murder Phil Westrop and thereby bury the past?
Produced by JAMES GATWARD , RAY ALCHIN Directed by HENRI SAFHAN
Presented for BBCtv by TIMOTHY COMBE
Barry Norman presents the last of five profiles of great British stars.
Gracie Fields with personal comments from:
Tommy Fields , Gracie's brother Boris Alperovici , her widower Arthur Askey , comedian
Roddy McDowall , friend and co-star in Molly and Me
John Loder , co-star in Sing as We Go and Queen of Hearts Lillian Aza, agent
Mary Davey , companion and friend
Neva Hecker , American secretary and friend
Film editor BRUCE THOMPSON
Executive producer BARRY BROWN
Producer JUDY LINDSAY Gracie Fields, tne Best of her BBC Broadcasts, (record REGL 380, cassette ZCF 380) from record shops
Sub-titles on Ceefax page 170
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
In September 1880, England met Australia at The Oval in the first test match staged in this country. So began one of the great confrontations in sport - the battle for the Ashes. John Arlott tells the story of those 100 years - a rich history stretching back from Lillee and Thomson to the days of W. G. Grace. A chance to see Fred Trueman and Frank Tyson in action again in Colin Cowdrey 's Old England team which today met Bob Simpson 's Old Australia at The Oval.
Introduced by Peter West , who meets England's oldest living test cricketer - Andrew Sandham - together with one of cricket's oldest supporters, author and playwright Ben Travers.
Produced by MIKE ADLEY. BBC Manchester Feature: page 72
Peter Brookes 's View: page 82
by JAMES SAUNDERS , starring Richard Beckinsale as Stan Anna Calder-Marshall as Lena and David Swift as Dingley Dingley and O'Shaughnessy, a part-time helper at the florist shop, call at Stan's flat on their way to work on Dr Lamb's garden who happens to be Lena's psychiatrist.
MUSIC KEN JONES. Designer TIM GLEESON Producer ROGER RACE
Dr Lamb's daughter:
A weekly news series in which Hilary Henson and Chris Serle report on events in the medical world and investigate the latest developments in medicine and health.
Studio director FIONA HOLMES
Series producer VIVIENNE KING
starring Meryl Streep and Raul Julia
This spirited and hilarious open-air production of The Taming of the Shrew takes place in New York's Central Park. For 23 years the park has been the setting for free theatre performances master-minded by JOSEPH PAPP. His actors are among the best in America: MERYL STREEP , who plays Kate, recently won an Oscar for her performance in the film Kramer vs Kramer.
In this documentary the arguments and intrigues of the play spill out delightfully into the dressing-rooms and even into the audience at the interval.
... a smacker of a programme.
... I delighted in eieru rowdy moment of it. (DAILY MAIL) Directed by WILFORD LEACH