6.40 Computers at United Biscuits 7.5 Discourse Analysis. 7.30 The Way to Work.
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by BERNARD CRIBBINS
Music by MIKE BATT
Animated and directed by IVOR WOOD
With JAMES LAURENSON The Wildling by VIOLET BIBBY
Part 5: The Hero
Pictures by BARRY WILKINSON Adapted by JANIE GRACE
Directed by SARAH HELLINGS Producer ANGELA BEECHING
A railroad threatens to destroy the land where Champion and the wild herd live. Ricky and Sandy try to save the valley from destruction.
With TONY HART and Morph and The Tin Pots
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Australia from The Oval Second day
PETER WEST introduces the whole of this morning's play.
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TONY LEWIS
TOM GRAVENEY , TED DEXTER
TV presentation BILL TAYLOR , MIKE ADLEY Executive producer NICK HUNTER
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series England v Australia from The Oval Second day
Story: A Long Way for a Birthday written and photographed by BARRY BOXALL Presenters
Floella Benjamin , Don Spencer
Pianist PAUL READE
Designer MARTIN CHILDS
Written by PETER WILTSHIRE
Video tape editor CHRIS BOOTH Directed by MARTIN FISHER
Series producer JUDY WHITFIELD
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
A series in five parts by BOB BLOCK 1: Rentaghost becomes Rentananny when Mr Claypole and Hazel the McWitch go into the nursery business, but extra help is needed so Tamara, a nanny ghost, arrives. Mr and Mrs Meaker find it difficult living with a panto horse - and their neighbours find it difficult living next door! and the pantomime horse
Incidental music JONATHAN COHEN Producer JEREMY SWAN
Director DAVID CRICHTON
Hazel the McWitch:
* When Custard Stole the Show
Told by RICHARD BRIERS
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT starring Harry Worth and featuring
A Song in the Air
The town Band try to get themselves into the Guinness Book oj Records by playing at 1,000 feet in four hot-air balloons.
ALDERSHOT BRASS ENSEMBLE
Musical director GEORGE PRIOR
Designer GARRY FREEMAN
Producer DAVID CROFT
Theme music on record (RESL 79), from record shops
Black Umfolozi Rediscovered Told by Laurens van der Post
The fourth of five programmes from The World About Us
For several days and nights, writer LAURENS VAN DER POST and his granddaughter, Emma walked through the bush and slept under the stars in the midst of an African wilderness. Accompanying them were Ian Player , an almost legendary ranger; and a guide and keeper of Zulu history,
Magqubu Ntombela. At night, they heard the haunting cry of baboon hunted by lions and leopards. By day, they explored the country around the crocodile-infested Black Umfolozi , sometimes crossing it to avoid a rhino or two. Above all, this is a record of an English girl experiencing at first hand the impact ot the African wilderness.
Film editor TOM POORE
Produced by PETER JONES BBC Bristol
van Der Post
van Der Post
Ivo Van Damme
Forty thousand spectators are expected to cram the Heysel Stadium for the fourth running of the IAAF Golden Mile.
Britain has dominated this event so far, with STEVE OVETT in 1978 and 1980 and SEB COE with a new world record time in 1979 giving us a clean sweep. One of these magnificent athletes should maintain our record tonight. Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
Television presentation by the BELGIAN TELEVISION SERVICE
by ALEX SHEARER starring Peter Davison as Brian and Robert Glenister as Steve MUSIC
Executive producer GARETH GWEMAN Director ROGER RACE
with Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weekend Weather JOHN SHERWOOD
starring and special guest star
The Loudest Word
Val bravely faces up to yet another ordeal in her life as she prepares to undergo surgery for cancer. But Gary, whose support she needs so badly, seems unable to stand up to the test.
Written by JOSEPH B. WALLENSTEIN Directed by KIM FRIEDMAN
Recorded at Bredbury Hall, Stock-port, with the Oldham Tinkers.
SOUTH WEST That's Rich: Craig Rich frustrates Hi-De-Hi! star Su Pollard as he spends the day as a holiday camp red coat.
SOUTH More Ways Than One: A Way of Giving. Alan Adams gave up acting to become a Buddhist monk on the Isle of Wight. He believes he offers a priceless gift-an opportunity for charity.
WEST Shutdown: St Anne's Board Mill was for years part of Bristol's industrial prosperity but when cheap foreign board began to flood the market, the mill was eventually closed. This film examines the reasons for the closure, and its effect on the men who worked there.
MIDLANDS Nights at the Swan: From Worcester's Swan Theatre the Birmingham-based Jenny Miller Trio make their television début, introduced by Alton Douglas. EAST Weekend: John Mountford introduces the who, why, what, where and when of life in the Eastern Counties.
NORTH WEST Home Ground: Morecambe Bay, famous as a tourist spot, now finds itself sitting on a huge field of gas which will be piped ashore at Barrow. Brian Redhead and frank Mellor look at the implications and the future for energy supplies in the North West.
NORTH EAST The Gentleman's Game Played by Cads: A Telling of Soccer's Story. At the start of the new football season Arthur Apple-ton, the distinguished Northern football writer, looks back at the history of the game in a region renowned for its footballing talent. NORTH Direct Line: The English Pub. Leeds [number removed]links you with Tony Warde-Norbury , managing director of Tetley's Brewery, and Alf Slinn , vice-president of the National Union of Licensed Victuallers, who will answer your questions.
Glen Campbell , Kim Darby
Ex-marine Norwood Pratt dumps his car when he learns that it is ' hot' and buys himself a ticket on a bus. But strange people travel on buses too, and Norwood has a talent for meeting them. However, most of them are quickly charmed by his playing of good ol' country songs.
Screenplay by MARGUERITE ROBERTS
Based on the novel by CHARLES PORTIS Produced by HAL B. WALLIS Directed by JACK HALEY JR Films: page 13
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