A programme for children under 5 Story: Summer Holiday by ANN NOBLE Presenters
Book, Play School Ready to Play, £ 1.50, from bookshops. Play On (record REC 332, cassette zcm 332); Bang on a Drum. songs from Play School and Play Away (record REC 242, cassette MRMC 004), from record shops
with Simon Groom and Sarah Greene
Monkeys and Turtles
Meet Muhammad Ali , the champion baboon coconut collector, discover the secrets of Sepak Raga and join the Turtle Alert for one of the most amazing spectacles of the animal world.
Producer john jdcock Editor BIDDY BAXTER
BACK PACES: 74
The live current affairs magazine programme which links London with the BBC's regional studios throughout Britain.
Frank Bough, Sue
Lawley Richard Kershaw , Hugh Scully and Sue Cook are the team that each weekday present the features and films that make up the scene Nationwide. Including
Royal Progress: the series of reports in which Hugh Scully visits the people and places most closely associated with the Prince of Wales and his future bride.
This week Nationwide's cameras are based in the Principality at Caernarvon, setting for the Prince's Investiture 12 years ago.
Producers ANDREW CLAYTON , LINO FERRARI IAN SQUIRES , RICHARD TAIT
Deputy editor ANDREW TAUSSIG Editor HUGH WILLIAMS
A recording of the Royal Wedding Ceremony (record REp 413, cassette zen 413) available from 31 July from record shops. The Royal Wedding Souvenir issue ol RADIO TIMES goes on sale on 23 July
Robert Robinson takes the chair in the third quarter-final of this exciting competition of speed and wits between families from all over the country. Scotland meets England when tonight the Pearson family from Forgandenny in Perth returns to challenge the Kent family from Stourbridge in the West Midlands.
A series of space adventures
Death-Watch by Chris Boucher starring
Paul Darrow, Jan Chappell, Michael Keating, Jacqueline Pearce, Steven Pacey and Josette Simon
The ritual war fought by two professional champions seems like the ultimate spectator sport. But Servalan is one of the judges ...
Series ceated by:
Presented by David Dimbleby
Saddam's Iraq ,
When the Israelis struck at Iraq's nuclear reactor they turned the spotlight on a would-be leader of the Arab world still virtually unknown in the West.
But in Iraq, Saddam Hussein is overwhelming. On posters, radio, television and in person, the President is everywhere, a Big Brother to love or fear. Saddam Hussein distributes the oil wealth generously, but every year he executes political opponents by the hundred.
Richard Lindley's report includes the first television interview with Saddam Hussein, who explains why he has become the most ruthless leader in the Arab World.
Producer PETER CERESOLE
Deputy editor ELWYN PARRY JONES
Editor ROGER BOLTON
Paul Newman , Joanne Woodward Anthony Perkins , Laurence Harvey Rheinhardt is a fast talker and when he arrives in New Orleans he soon finds work on a local radio station-WUSA. But working there he, and his girlfriend Geraldine, discover that WUSA is run by a right-wing fanatic-under the guise of patriotism. Rheinhardt also discovers that under his glib exterior he has a conscience and determines to fight his fascist boss - with explosive results.
Screenplay by ROBERT STONE from his novel A Hall of Mirrors
Produced by PAUL NEWMAN. JOHN FOREMAN Directed by STUART ROSENBERG. Films: p 10
The last of five programmes
BRIAN REDHEAD examines some of the implications of the new technological revolution for people in industry today.
The Human Factor
Director DAVID SCOTT COWAN
Producer david ALLEN
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