6.25 Wessex and Hardy.
6.50 The Dalradian of Banffshire.
7.15 Maths Across the Curriculum.
7.40 Rook Polynomials.
8.5 Polymorphism in Snails.
8.30 The Nature of Chemistry.
A See-Saw programme Getting Away
Everybody in Pigeon Street is going on holiday. Mr Macadoo wants to go too, and Gerald and Mr Baskerville look after his pet shop while he's away.
With the voices Of GEORGE LAYTON and JOHN TELFER
Stories and songs from God's wide world.
TOM HEWITT tells how Squirt is forgiven, but forgets to forgive; CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP sings about St Cuthbert 's love for all creatures; JANET ELLIS shows how a young Indian boy's faith helped him to guard some very special ear-rings.
Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director JUDY MERRY
Assistant producer sro WADDELL. Producer DAVID BROWN
Half-an-hour of worship, prayer, sharing and celebration in which viewers are linked by television from home to home.
This is the day which the Lord has made!
We shall rejoice and be glad in it. The service is led by members of the viewing congregation.
Today's speaker is TONY PHELAN , a lecturer at the University of Warwick, who joins some friends in their home at Leamington Spa.
Old Testament Reading: Genesis 6, vv 5-7
Gospel: Luke 12, vv 22-26
Hymn for meditation: Sometimes a light surprises Bentley)
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH Series producer ANGELA TILBY
Novelist DEBORAH MOGGACH lived in Pakistan for a few years and her book Hot Water Man is based on her experiences there.
Asian Magazine today features NASEEM KHAN in conversation with the author, and KIKA MARKHAM reads passages from the book.
Producer YOUSUF AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Will
A series of three programmes investigating the so-called microelectronics revolution. 2: Sink or Swim
Director ROBERT ALBURY
Producer DAVID ALLI :N
A Greek film starring
1965. Natassa Arseni, Greek war heroine, returns to Greece after 20 years' absence. On the train she remembers the tragic events that led to her breakdown in Germany -the drama of the partisans' struggle against the Nazis.
Music by KOSTAS KAPNISSIS
Written and directed by NICOS FOSKOLOS
12.50 pm Interval
with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producers PHILIP HICKSKEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
Eight films written and presented by Anthony Burton Home from the Sea
No ship can stay at sea for ever. This last film of the series shows the way in which some of our ports and harbours developed.
Film editor KEITH WILTON
Producer MICHAEL GARROD
Richard Harris , Alec Guinness Robert Morley , Dorothy Tutin
Cromwell's army lies devastated by the cavaliers at Edgehill and some observers think the uprising is over. But Oliver Cromwell is remodelling his army and preparing for what is to be a turning point in the Civil War-the battle of Naseby.
Screenplay by KEN HUGHES Produced by IRVING ALLEN
Directed by KLN HUGHES. Films: page 15
King Charles 1:
Earl of Manchester:
Queen Henrietta Maria:
Earl of Strafford:
Million Hare and A Witch's Tangled Hare
A Western adventure series with Hannibal Heyes and Jed ' 'Kid' Curry, two of the roughest, toughest-nicest and kindest-outlaws who ever rode the West. starring Pete Duel as Smith and Ben Murphy as Jones with guest stars
Monte Markham , Meredith Mac Rae Roger Perry , Noah Beery
Something to Get Hung About
The third of seven award-winning wildlife films. For more than a year the teenage naturalist and cameraman Simon King explored the rich and various habitats of the south of England. Simon's view of the countryside is unique. He examines the way that many wild creatures are affected by demands upon the land.
King's Country won the Pye Colour Television Regional Programme of the Year award. I'armland
Editor TONY WILLIAMS Producer JOHN KING
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
A serial in five parts based on the exploits of Twm Sion Cati Created by LYNN HUGHES
Written by GRUFFYDD PARRY starring
4: All the money taken by Sheriff Stedman at the Brecon rent collection has been stolen by Twm and the gang. But the Sheriff has discovered Twm's identity and arrested him. Meanwhile the cattle drove is on its way to London where Meredydd the drover hopes to meet Twm. But can he escape?
Music composed by JAMES HARPHAM Producer GEORGE p. OWEN. Directors GEORGE P. OWEN , CHRISTOPHER KING BBC Wales
Wil Ap Cradoc:
Sir John Price:
Sydney Carter talks to Cliff Michelmore.
Sydney Carter has achieved the rare distinction of writing a religious 'hit' song. His 'Lord of the dance' can be heard in churches all over the world each Sunday. His writing springs out of his painful questioning of many accepted elements of Christianity. An important part of his religious life is music, and boys from his old School, Christ's Hospital, Horsham, perform some hymns that are important to him.
A series of eight episodes written by EWART ALEXANDER based on characters created by JOHN QUIGLEY , starring with Louie Ramsay , Andrew Kelr Anne Kristen , Heather James
Sally Osborn , Simon Cowell-Parker and Dallas Adams
4: Morrison feels he has to share his problems with Rita. ' How many times have I heard of people being sent to await trial -in the East Wing of Duke Street Prison.'
Music by PAUL LEWIS
Designers ALEX GOURLAY. ALAN WRIGHT
Producer GERAINT MORRIS
Director DAVID REYNOLDS. BBC Scotland
The Moral Dimension written by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN starring Paul Eddington Nigel Hawthorne with Derek Fowlds
Designer ANDRÉE WELSTEAD HORNBY Producetl and directed by PETER WHITMORE
Book (same title), vol 1 2.50, vol 2 f2.95 bored set f5.45
* Subtitles on Ceejax page 170
Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Join Wayne Sleep in a Sunday night entertainment of music, dance and comedy starring Britain's top dancers including
Bonnie Langford , Finola Hughes , Cherry Gillespie , Stewart Avon Arnold, Linda Mae Brewer , Jane Darling , Claud-Paul Henry , Helen Mason , Andy Norman , Robert (B.J.) Ryan, Jo Telford , Paul Tom kinson, Anthony Van Laast
Resident choreographer ANTHONY VAN LAAST
Guest choreographers BILL DRYSDALE ROBERT NORTH, ARLENE PHILLIPS Additional choreography STEWART AVON ARNOLD
Artistic consultant WAYNE SLEEP
Script material KIM FULLER. MIKE RADFORD Original music and songs by HOWARD GOODALL and GERARD KENNY Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Designer BARRIE DOBBINS
Associate producer, JILL MARSHALL Directed by RON ISTED , COLIN NEARS BRIAN WHITEHOUSE
Produced by TOM GUTTERIDGE
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
The last of the present series with Esther Rantzen
Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from the letters you send each week.
The reporters are Bill Buckley Gavin Campbell , Michael Groth and at the That's Life Newsdesk Doe Cox and Joanna Monro
Studio director BOB MARSLAND Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor GORDON WATTS
A Passage to England
Nirad Chaudhuri in East and West ' I blush for the English character. Once they came to my country to conquer and rule; now they come to learn. I myself preferred them in their previous incarnation.'
The idea that the East, particularly India, possesses spiritual insights we in the West lack has become almost a cliche over the past 20 years. NIRAD CHAUDHURI sees the matter quite differently. He is 85, and one of the most celebrated Indian scholars and writers alive today.
In this film he tells the story of his ' passage to England', the attraction England exerted on him as a child in India, and the impact it made on him when he came here for the first time at the age of 57. He examines the Western pilgrimage to the East, and explains his dismay at it:
' If anything persuaded me of the degeneration of the English spirit it was this " Hinduising 'bv which I mean adoption of some of the sloppier forms of Hindu worship without any understanding of the essential elements of Hinduism.'
Film editor TERRY CABELL Producer DANIEL WOLF
Editor JOHN STUART ROBERTS
Eight films about Fred Dibnah 4: Drinking and Climbing
FRED DiBNAH demolishes the ornamental top of a mill chimney using a spectacular contraption of flying buckets he invented, and recalls with some pain letters which condemned his own use of lubrication on these occasions after an earlier film.
Narrator Deryck Guyler
Film editor PETER GIBBS
Written and produced by DON HAWORTH
IPC spent a million pounds on launching a glossy new monthly, Options. It was a risk: no end to the recession was in sight, most magazines were losing circulation and Good Housekeeping and Cosmopolitan provided entrenched opposition. This film looks at the conception, birth and first nine months of Options. Commentary read by MAUREEN LIPMAN
Film editor JOHN JENNISON
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
as Sergeant Bilko Investigation
When Bilko hears Congress will probe into military waste he turns Fort Baxter into a picture of abject poverty.