9.5 Heute Direkt
9.35 It's Maths! Graphs
The Foolish Tortoise
10.16 Look and Read. Skyhunter Are They Crooks?
10.38 Resource Units 11-13: History The Greeks. The Sea, the Sea!
11.0 Watch. Working Dogs
11.17 It's Your Choice
Options and Consequences
11.38 The Craft of the Weaver' 4: Tapestry
12.5 pm General Studies Nuclear Power
1: Power from the Nucleus
Today's programme includes
Family Matters - a regular feature that offers advice on legal, medical, financial and educational matters to every member of every household. The experts are Dr David Delvin , Pat Petch , Brian Jackson and Vincent Duggleby.
A See-Saw programme Music by SANDRA KERR and JOHN FAULKNER
2.14 Rendez-vous: France
Par les rues, par les champs - Poitiers
2.30 English. One Man's History: ORWELLS ' Animal Farm '
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
with Eleanor Bron
The Great King Solomon
Today: King Solomon and the Bee
starring Brian Cant who invites you to join his guests in an entertainment of comedy and music with Carol Chell , Sam Dale
Kim Goody , Jonathan Cohen and the Play Away Band
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Director JOHN SMITH Producer ANN REAY
Brian Trueman asks questions based on scenes from The Fast Lady, Hunted in Holland, Dirty Work and 101 Dalmatians.
Looking for the answers will be contestants from THE KING'S SCHOOL, GRANTHAM, and MORCOTT HALL SCHOOL, RUTLAND.
Wake Up, one of the top entries in the Young Film-maker's Competition, will also be shown.
Produced by JOHN BUTTERY
Directed by PAUL LOOSLEY. BBC Manchester
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Television's popular current affairs programme presented by FRANK BOUCH , SUE LAWLEY
RICHARD KERSHAW , HUGH SCULLY and SUE COOK with contributions from regional presenters in BBC studios throughout the country.
The Nationwide reporting team of LUKE CASEY, PATTIE COLDWELL , SALLY HARDCASTLE , JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT ,
LAURIE MAYER , TONY WILKINSON , NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and GLYN WORSNIP travel the country to bring you details of the way life is Nationwide. Including tonight Lifeswap
Newcastle housewife Myra Robin son at the start of a week-long experiment in which she exchanges family, friends and fortunes with London aristocrat Julia Stonor.
Tonight: Worlds Apart; How Each Half Lives
(Part 2: Thursday)
Marc Singer and Kay Lenz
Tonight's film is a true story of tremendous personal courage and dedication. Though blind since childhood, David Hartman is determined to study medicine. His ambition is to become a psychologist specialising in the problems of disabled people. David's room-mate at college is sometimes exasperated by his apparently impossible ambition; his teachers are sceptical; his parents feel the task is too difficult. But this moving and inspiring film shows how David succeeded against all odds.
Screenplay by PEGGY CHANTLER DICK Produced by TOM EGAN and STEPHEN POULIO Directed by JAMES GOLDSTONE
(First showing on British television) Films: page 25
Sheri Walker Hartman:
Ida Mae Hartman:
by REG GADNEY in four episodes starring
Kate Nelligan and Hartmut Becker
1: Yorkshire 1946. The war is over, but the emotions created by it are still raw, the wounds un-healed. Vivien Lanyon 's husband is still posted missing. And while she waits for his return, a widow in all but name, a German prisoner-of-war arrives, sent from his camp to assist with labouring work. and the boys of AYSGARTH SCHOOL
Film editor TONY TEW
Script editor SALLY HEAD
Photography BERNARD HEDGES Designer JUDY STEELE
Producer COLIN TUCKER
Directed by CHRISTOPHER KING
with Angela Rippon Weatherman
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Introduced by Noel Edmonds
Today the world's motoring press converge on the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham to preview the latest models, particularly BL's eagerly awaited Mini Metro. Jan Leeming will be meeting some of the personalities attending the show, Stuart Hall will be road testing some of the new models, and Frank Page will be reflecting on the fast-changing motoring scene.
Directed by PHILIP FRANKLIN Produced by DEREK SMITH
Ten programmes celebrating areas of excellence in the British arts.
Elton John dominated the 70s as one of the most successful singer/songwriters of all time. Disc jockey Paul Gambaccini went to meet the pop star at his English home where, surrounded by art treasures, he discusses his music, his close relationship with lyricist Bernie Taupin, and the strains and pressures of his career. Elton also sings new songs, including one set to John Donne's poem "No Man is an Island", and attends one of the most bizarre parties the House of Commons has ever seen.
The Rt Hon Harold Macmillan , Britain's former Prime Minister, talks about the problems facing Britain and the West, and outlines his ideas for a new way forward. Interviewer Robert McKenzie
Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS
- A Century of Song
Selections from 100 years of popular songwriters - from Victorian ballads, Gilbert and Sullivan and the songs of the 20s, to traditional folk and today's contemporary music scene. with special guests
Hinge and Bracket and GORDON LANGFORD also featuring
JANE DARLING , FINOLA HUGHES
JANIS MACKINTOSH , GAYNA MARTINE NATALIE SHAW and DIDI WATTS
Musical director PETER KNIGHT Choreography IRVING DAVIES Designer PAUL TRERISE
Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD