with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
Including: The Breakfast Time Doctor between 8.30 and 9.0
Live every Thursday morning and broadcast simultaneously on BBC1 and Radio 4, an audience of 150 start their day with a chance to say what they think about issues which guarantee a good argument long after the headlines have faded. Paul Sieghart puts their opinions to the test. Research
ANN CHANCELLOR DA VIES, JUDY HILL Producers
JULIET MAY, ELAINE BEDELL
Executive producer JOHN WILCOX
A Radiovision Unit production BBC Pebble Mill
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
Weather MICHAEL FISH
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
If you have not already started trying to get fit for winter, Lesley Kenton will show you how, while Peter Skellern sets the musical atmosphere.
Presented by Penny Junor and Pattie Coldwell Today they look at
Witchcraft: the cult of the occult.
Getting off the Dole: what hope is there?
Plus Vernon's Postbag:
Vernon Coleman copes with more of your problems.
And People in View: Jimmy Edwards looks back on a lifetime in comedy.
Studio director ISHBEL MACLEAN Producer MARIANNE BAIRD
Series editor GORDON MENZIES
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Every society has its own idea of beauty. This series of films looks at some of them. Solomon Bride
We shall never know what the beauties described in the 'Song of Solomon' were really like, but perhaps the face of Lea Avraham , a Yemeni dancer, gives us an idea as she prepares for the stage role of King Solomon's daughter.
Producer ANTHONY ISAACS
Written and presented by Ludovic Kennedy
The story of how the ship Hitler called 'the pride of the German Navy' was shadowed and sent to the bottom by the British Fleet. It was one of the most fantastic chases in the history of naval warfare. It lasted for seven days and, during it, 3,500 men died. At stake was the vital convoy route to America.
For Ludovic Kennedy it is a very personal story. As Sub-Lieutenant in the destroyer HMS Tartar he took part in the pursuit, and witnessed the final destruction of Bismarck. In this film he tells the story of her last voyage with the help of those on either side who were there.
Director ROBIN BOOTLE
Producer GORDON WATKINS
Whenever I walk in a London street
I'm ever so careful to watch my feet
Just look how I'm walking in all the squares
Presenter Sheelagh Gilbey Guest Brian Cant
Story: Old George and his Wonderful Pictures by CHARLES AND SHEILA FRONT
by JAN MARK
Read by Brian Cant for Jackanory
4: A Plague of Frogs
The crew of the Calico need Godzilla when they face the mighty Power Dragon.
It will take 800,000 envelopes of your buttons and post-cards to replace the four
Blue Peter Inshore Life-boats and another 800,000 envelopes of used stamps to provide water pumps, pipes and seeds to help some of the survivors of Ethiopia's terrible famine rebuild their lives for the future. If you can help, here's a reminder of the depot address: [address removed]*CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Episode 12 by BARRY PURCHESE
Zammo finally delivers Gluxo Remington 's challenge to
Jimmy McClaren-a fight at the warehouse. Meanwhile,
Janet discovers the truth about Roland's parents.
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Designer AUSTIN RUDDY
Producer KENNY MCBAIN ★CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
Presented by Judith Hann Kieran Prendiville Peter Macann and Maggie Philbin
Producers DANA PURVIS
MARTIN MORTIMORE , MICHAEL COYLE and HENRY CAMPION Studio director
Editor CYNTHIA PAGE
A live presentation introduced by John Peel and Tommy Vance.
by GEORGE LAYTON starring Tony Britton and Nigel Havers
After meeting an old friend, Toby decides to return to
Angela, his estranged wife. Tom is delighted. But are the reasons for Toby's desire for a reconciliation strictly honourable?
This week's episode features
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Film editor DENISE PERRIN Designer GARRY FREEMAN Produced and directed by HAROLD SNOAD
Sir Donald Penrose:
Eight programmes on the changing face of zoos and wildlife parks.
4: Watery Worlds
Glittering, often dazzlingly colourful, sometimes menacing-fish are the stars of spectacular exhibits the world over. Some Japanese aquaria are so large, divers feed the fish by hand; in Denmark a keeper risks all with a shoal of savage piranhas; and in Florida
Jeremy Cherfas enters the sinister realms of Jaws. Photography
JIM SAUNDERS , TIM JOHNSON Sound ROGER LONG
Film editor PETER HEELEY
Assistant producer MOIRA MANN
Producer GEORGE INGER. BBC Bristol
with Julia Somerville Weatherman
by ALICK ROWE , starring with 7: The arrival of spring brings further threats to Morgan's future at Blainau which Lee tries desperately to avert.
Music composed and conducted by RICHARD HARVEY
Studio lighting BARRY CHATFIELD Designer IAN ASHURST
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Pugh Da vies:
The programme where the public put the questions and debate the answers with those in power, those who seek it and those who influence events.
Sir Robin Day takes the chair at the Greenwood Theatre, London. Director ANN MORLEY Producer LIZ ELTON
Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
This film is about two very unusual men. John Duffy has chosen to be at home with the family while his wife works. Vic Green , a redundant steel-worker, found himself there by force of circumstance. Sociologist Jacqueline Burgoyne examines some of the new developments which are challenging traditional roles in the family. Commentary
Film editor TERRY WILLIAMS Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Book: Men.... an investigation into the emotional male by Philip Hodson , E2.95, is available from booksellers