6.40 17th-century Evidence: A Discussion. 7.30 Handicapped in the Community.
Weather JOHN SHERWOOD
A See-Saw programme
With Carol Leader.
Chock-a-Block is chock-a-block with pictures to words that rhyme. See what words ring Chock-a-Block's rhyme chime today.
Story: The Tailor and the Giant written by PEGGY BLAKELEY illustrated by EDITH WITT Presenters
Lucie Skeaping , Ben Thomas
A Clue for Scooby Doo (Rpt)
The second of seven programmes
An inter-school competition with games on the field and in the swimming-pool.
Heat 2: Midlands from Pingles Sports Centre, Nuneaton between
REDMOOR HIGH SCHOOL, Hinckley, Leicestershire
RUSHCLIFFE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire and SWINNERTON MIDDLE SCHOOL, Nuneaton, Warwickshire Presenter
Ron Pickering Special guest
Director TONY cox
Producer PETER CHARLTON
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
Nationwide The team of FRANK BOUGH , SUE
LAWLEY RICHARD KERSHAW , HUGH SCULLY and SUE COOK provides you with the background to the news of the day and presents features and stories that make up the scene Nationwide.
Including Grass Roots: presented this week by Sean Rafferty from Scene Around Six in Belfast.
The first of four programmes
Shrunken in size - but not in enthusiasm - David Bellamy takes a journey through an ordinary British garden proving that you don't have to go to remote parts of the world to learn about the wonders of evolution. Down the Garden Path
A 5mm-tall Bellamy travels among the cracks in the crazy paving to find a world of plants and animals which have evolved to live out of the way of the drying winds of the surface. It's a hazardous journey because here everything is on the look-out for a tasty morsel for lunch.
Specialist natural history filming LONDON SCIENTIFIC FILMS
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Director PAUL KRIWACZEK Producer
A live edition celebrating the 900th show.
Introduced by Jimmy Savile , OBE LEGS & CO
Choreography FLICK COLBY
Sound PETER BARVILLE
Lighting BERT POSTLETHWAITE
Designer TONY BURROUGH
Produced by MICHAEL HURLL
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The last of six parts adapted from the BBC Radio series, starring the voice of Peter Jones
David Dixon , Simon Jones Sandra Dickinson Mark Wing-Davey featuring
Aubrey Morris , Beth Porter
As a spectacular finale to 'Disaster Area's' rock concert, the megabig superstar 'Hotblack Desiato ' crashes an unmanned black spacecraft into the sun. When Arthur. Ford, Trillian and Zaphod realise that the black spacecraft they have stolen is relentlessly heading towards the sun, certain doubts arise as to the wisdom of their decision.
Radiophonic music PADDY KINGSLAND Animated sequences ROD LORD Sound MIKE MCCARTHY
Producer ALAN J. W. BELL
Alan J. W.
Voice of Marvin:
The fourth of five programmes by RICHARD WARING starringand
When Sandy complains of feeling unwell the day before she and Oliver are due to fly off on holiday, Oliver - in true chauvinist manner - makes light of her problems. However, events take a turn unforeseen by either of them. Home and Away featuring Tim Barrett
Royce Mills , Richard Heffer Designer
Producer HAROLD SNOAD
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Man at airport:
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
Old-time Music-hall from the stage of the famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds. (By arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph ) For your delectation and delight, your Chairman, Leonard Sachs introduces
Bernard Cribbins , Barry Crycr
The King's Singers, Sheila Steafel Rita Morris , Jenny Wren
Guest artist Bertice Reading Members of the Players Theatre, London JENNY TILL, PENNY
RIGDEN LISA WESTCOTT , WENDY JONES NORMAN WARWICK
PETER SUTHERLAND , MARTYN KNIGHT
Musical director BERNARD HERRMANN
Choreography DOREEN HERMITAGE
Producer BARNEY COLEHAN
The second of three programmes in which Andre Previn makes music with some of his special friends.
Nathaniel Rosen (cello)
Richard Studt (violin)
ANDRÉ PREVIN accompanies these two brilliant young musicians in Prokofiev Cello Sonata in c
Chopin Cello Sonata in c minor (Largo)
Falla, arr Kreisler Spanish Dance from La Vida Breve
Mendelssohn Trio in D minor
Produced by IAN ENGELMANN
Here's the good news. Three out of four smokers do not die of smoking-related diseases. They may find it difficult to breathe and may have circulatory problems, but they do live long enough to die of something else. And lung cancer and bronchitis deaths are marginally down.
The bad news is that heart disease in middle age has increased - possibly due to carbon monoxide, and that deaths among women are still going up. The UK is a world-leader, with some 200 smoking-related deaths a day - and Scotland is top of the local league.
Is there any way of predicting who will live and who will die? Smoking is becoming less socially acceptable, and 70 per cent of smokers would like to give up. If they do, will that take them out of the game? Or is the die already cast? Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
' Must ' viewing for those who want to Inch the habit. (MS LONDON) Editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
Written and produced by ALEC NISBETT
(A Horizon production first shown on BBC2)