C.40 Cell Structure. 7.5 Deep Sea Container Ports. 7.31 Beyond the Eye.
9.35 It's Maths!
Songs, stories and activities designed to stimulate the language development of young children.
Story: The Old Woman and the Rice Thief
In today's story, a Bengali folk tale, an old woman sets out to complain to the Raja about the thief who comes every night to steal her rice.
Presenter JILL SHILLING Producer MOYRAGAMBLETON
10.16 Look and Read
Run-round in Old Town
10.38 Resource Units 11-13:
Religious and Moral Education A Little Bit of Hush
11.0 Watch. The Moon
11.17 Television Club
A Place Like Home: Pud
11.38 Shakespeare in Perspective The Winter's Tale A personal view by STEPHEN SPENDER
12.5 pm General Studies The Fix: 1
A look at the drugs scene
Weather FRANK GREENE
With DONNY MACLEOD
MARIAN FOSTER and BOB LANGLEY 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 Dchin , Pat Petch , Brian Jackson and Vincent Duggleby. Plus personalities of the day, and music.
A See-Saw programme Pigeon Post
Bob's pigeons are ever so clever. He's trained them to fly back to him however far they go. Clara, the long-distance lorry driver, finds that they are the only way of sending a very important message. with the voices of GEORGE LAYTON and JOHN TELFER
Music by BENNI LEES
Written by MICHAEL COLE Designed by ALAN ROGERS Animated by PETER LANG Produced by DAVID YATES
2.14 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Arbeit
2.40 Home Economics
Story: The Well at World's End adapted by BRIGID MAHEN Guest storyteller
Sheelagh Gilbey , Johnny Ball
tricks Yellow Pinkie and saves some gold in
with Ann Morrish
Shadow at Applegarth by MARY COCKETT
2: The Manor Pool
The third of four programmes which tell the story of a year in the life of a Welsh hill farm. Autumn
Isla St Clair joins in the race against time and the weather to bring in the harvest safely. The flock is prepared for the winter on the hill and the lamb sales begin.
Title song by RICK KEMP Director PAUL Pierrot
Producer DAVID TURNBULL
A serial in 13 parts
Sir Charles Pemberton has taken his granddaughter, Sarah-Jane, to
New Zealand. Sarah-Jane and Tom, son of the hotel owner, don't like each other. Tom is trying to find proof that the local butcher has been making illegal drink ana selling it to the Maoris.
3: Double Trouble
Written by ROGER SIMPSON
Executive producer JOHN MCRAE
Producer ROGER LE MESURIER
Director PETER SHARP
Sir Charles Pemberton:
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
The reporting team: LUKE CASEY , PATTIE COLDWELL , SALLY HARD-CASTLE, JOHN HITCHINS ,
JAMES HOGG , BILL, KERR ELLIOTT , LAURIE MAYER , TONY WILKINSON , NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and GLYN WORSNIP.
Rolf Harris introduces half-an-hour of comedy with Tom and Jerry in Greek to Me-ow and Tennis Chumps Barney Bear in The Fishing Bear and Piker's Peak
Presented by CECIL KORER
America's comedy hit starring with guest star
The Lighter Side of Angela Matusa
Alex's overweight blind date Angela returns, now an elegant, slim lady and eager for romance.
Written by EARL POMERANTZ Directed by JAMES BURROWS
Louie de Palma:
A series of seven programmes presented by Admiral of the Fleet the Lord Hill-Norton, GCB 5: Cruiser
'Our great reliance is on the vigilance and activity of our cruisers at sea.'
(LORD ST VINCENT: 1803)
A 'complete navy in one hull', one of the oldest types of warship-Nelson had them, Jellicoes cruisers scouted for the Grand Fleet at Jutland, they fought the Graf Spee , shadowed the Bismarck, and roamed the oceans of the world - the cruiser story.
Director BILL JONES
Producer JOHN DEKKER
The fifth of ten episodes starring in Oh, My Charming Billy Boy by JAMES MITCHELL with. For Sarah's sake, Jack answers a call for help ...
Series created by JAMES MITCHELL Studio lighting BRIAN CLEMETT Script editor ZANNA BESWICK Designer AUSTIN RUDDY
Producer DAVID MALONEY Director DAVID ASKEY
Guest at party:
with Peter Woods Weatherman
by TONY PARKER
Six lifers living in an experimental self-rehabilitation unit attached to an ordinary prison participate in a group therapy session. All of them have spent many years m prison and have little chance of ever getting out.
Sound CHICK ANTHONY Lighting JOHN GREEN
Designer SUSAN SPENCE Producer JUNE ROBERTS Director JOHN GORRIE
Dr Margaret Mackenzie:
Stevie Wonder : Inner Visions
One of contemporary musics greatest talents, Stevie Wonder has been making music for 18 of his 30 years. Though he was born blind he has never considered it a handicap -he claims it has always given him a special sensitivity for making music - an inner vision.
Omnibus joins Stevie on a recent concert tour of the USA and at the Washington Rally held in celebration of Martin Luther King's birthday. In this intimate portrait we share his private moments of joy in musical creation and his public despair at the death of John Lennon ,
Film cameraman MIKE SOUTHON
Film recordist DAVID JEWITT
Film editor ROBIN SALES Director TED CLISBY
The Dark at the End of the Tunnel On Platform One
Bob Wellings looks at the human side of the economic recession.
Figures of 21-million unemployed; a falling Gross Domestic Product and record low levels of industrial production tell very little of what the recession is like in reality.
BOB WELLINGS talks to people who are closely affected.
Producer SUE AYLING
Executive producer PAUL ELLIS