6.45 Television Technology
7.10 Bicycles: Framed for Success
7.35 Pressure Die-casting
8.0 Genetic Manipulation of Wheat
8.25 Photoelectron Spectroscopy
lain Lauchlan Chloe Ashcroft and Jane Hardy say Hello Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Musicians MICHAEL OMER
SANDRA KERR. PETER HOWLAND Story: The Little Red Hen (traditional)
Director SHEILA FRASER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
The first of 12 programmes about God's wide world.
This week Adrian Hedley
Cyril Nri and Shireen Shah with stories and songs about fear and bravery
Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director CELIA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
Javed Miandad , many aficionados of cricket predict, will ultimately hold all Test batting records.
Already the youngest player to make a Test double-century and 5,000 Test runs, he is also considered the most likely heir to
Sunil Gavaskar 's world record for the most Test runs.
Captain of Pakistan and Glamorgan's 'Welsh wizard from Karachi', Miandad is today's studio guest.
Also featured is a light classical khayal sung by Anuradha Roy Choudhury. Producer YOUSUF AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A service of 'believers' baptism' from Lansdowne Baptist Church,
Bournemouth, led by The Rev Michael Buss
This morning two people who have recently come to Christian faith are completely immersed in a pool in Lansdowne Church and baptised. For all Baptists this is a central moment in their Christian pilgrimage, marking their transition from death to life.
Reading (New International Version): Matthew 28, vv 1-20
Hymns: 0 for a thousand tongues to sing: From heaven you came; There is a Redeemer; 0, how the grace of God
Organist DENNIS EATON Pianist LINDA CLARK Producer ERNEST REA
To Live and Learn
'Black mould, dampness and vandalism.... I'd rather not live here really.'
When the people of Elmley Street banded together to take on the council they gained a great deal more than a £35,000 allocation to begin repair work. In the last of the series, Never Too Late.... looks at community education.
Producer TONY MATTHEWS Director CHRIS LENT
Last of five programmes on survival and success in small business.
Forms of Management Film editor PAUL SINCLAIR Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
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Motor Racing - 1970
There are many motor racing fans who wish that Crystal
Palace was still famed for its exciting four-wheel contests, as it was in the 60s and early
They have nothing personal against Messrs Coe , Ovett and Cram, but to knock down their circuit to make way for an athletics track was, in their view, going a bit far!
French Grand Prix from
Les Français love their autosport nearly as much as the Italians, despite never producing a world champion. Le petit Alain Prost has come close - missing it by just un point last year. Victory here aujourd 'hui would keep him en route to that elusive French goal.
Commentators MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
Television presentation FRENCH TV SERVICE
(Further coverage on Sunday
Grandstand, BBC2, 1.55pm; Grand Prix highlights tonight at 11.20pm)
features the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. with Philip Wrixon and Dan Cherrington Producers
KEN POLLOCK. MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
For a Young Lady .
When a young girl's plea for help is answered and the Ponderosa offered as shelter from her cruel guardians, the Cartwrights find themselves facing arrest for kidnapping. Written by B. W. SANDEFUR
Directed by DON RICHARDSON
Omnibus edition by Glen McCoy and Jane Hollowood.
starring Rock Hudson Burl Ives with Gena Rowlands
Dr Anton Drager is assigned to work in the remote areas of Java, fighting leprosy with world expert Dr Jansen. But leprosy is not the only danger - the dark forces of voodoo and the jungle must be confronted.
Screenplay by JOHN LEE MAHIN and NEIL PATERSON based on the novel by JAN DE HARTOG
Produced by ROBERT ARTHUR Directed by ROBERT MULUGAN
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First of an eight-part series which revisits the years when rock 'n' roll began, connecting the events with the music via newsreels, headlines, movies, broadcasts, and rock performance footage.
The news - Khrushchev stays at Claridges, Frogman Crabb disappears, we retreat from Suez, Diana Dors proves she can act, Bardot pouts a lot and 'Ernie' is introduced. The music - BILL HALEY. LONNIE DONEGAN , ELVIS PRESLEY, GENE VINCENT , FREDDIE BELL AND THE
BELLBOYS. LITTLE RICHARD Videotape editor DAVE JONES Research SUE GAGAN Producer ANN FREER
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by JAMES HILTON
The last of six episodes dramatised by ALEXANDER BARON
The Great War is at its height. Not only have many of Chips's former pupils been killed, but also his best friend, the German master, Max Staefel. Brookfield boys
REPTON SCHOOL and CHRIST COLLEGE. BRECON
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Producer BARRY LETTS Director GARETH DA VIES
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Jan Leeming Weather News
This week Cliff Michelmore visits the London home of Paul Jones and his wife, Fiona Hendley. They met first in the National Theatre production of Guys and Dolls.
Fiona played the part of Sarah Brown , the Salvation
Army lass, while Paul played Sky Masterson , gambler and city slicker. As Fiona puts it: 'In he walks really cool - a gambler and everything bad. And he falls in love with this Christian girl and becomes a Christian.' Life imitated art: Paul and Fiona's choice of music, recorded in All Souls,
Langham Place, includes hymns and songs sung at their wedding.
THE MERRIBELLS sing 'What a mighty God' and 'Alleluia', and Paul and Fiona join them for 'God so loved the world'. The musical director is NOEL TREDINNICK.
Assistant prodjucer FAY WOOLF OB director SIMON HAMMOND
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh accompanied by Her Royal Highness The Princess Anne in aid of THE XIII Commonwelath Games Appeal Fund from the Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh
Artists taking part include Moria Anderson, Shirley Bassey, Liona Boyd, Rory Bremner, Sarah Brightman, Frank Carson, David Coleman, Kirk Douglas, Fred Evans, Linda Evans, Robert Goulet, The Groovers Steel Orchestra, Robert Hardy, Rolf Harris, Aled Jones, Kim Leeson, Andrew Lloyd Webber, The London Community Gospel Choir, Jacques Loussier, Paul Miles-Kingston, Bob Monkhouse, Tom O'Connor, Patea Maori Club, Juliet Prowse, The Roly Polys, Lon Satton, George Segal, Shades of Black Dancers, The Paddy Stone Dancers, Femi Taylor and a parade of World and Commonwealth sports champions
The Bearsden Burgh Choir
The Pipes and Drums of the Black Watch
The Trumpeters of the Royal Marines
Children from Drummond Community High School and Leith Academy
FEATURE: page 3 including
The Groovers Steel
The London Community Gospel
Shades of Black
The Paddy Stone
The Bearsden Burgh
The Pipes and Drums of the Black
The Trumpeters of the Royal
Children from Drummond Community High School and Leith
with Jan Leeming Weather News
Last in the current series with Esther Rantzen
Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from the letters you send each week.
Reporters Bill Buckley Gavin Campbell Michael Groth and at the That's Life newsdesk Maev Alexander and John Gould
Director BOB MARSLAND
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor JOHN MORRELL
God: What Shall We Tell the Children?
The task of schools is twofold - to teach knowledge and to ease children into the ways of our society. The trouble is that we are in the throes of choosing just what our society is.
While many affirm that this country is still Christian, others say that we are the most non-religious country in the world. An increasing number, however, say that religion just will not go away, and speak excitedly of the dawn of a new multi-faith society, bringing - to quote the Archbishop of Canterbury - 'A vision of the brotherhood of all races rooted in the universal Fatherhood of God'. This week the Church of England Parliament debates this issue. Many of the bishops will be concerned that an increasing number of headmasters are deciding to ignore the intentions of the law which provide for a Christian assembly each morning, and are choosing to go their own way.
Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN Series producer JAMES MURRAY
French Grand Prix
After their North American efforts.the teams are back in Europe warming-up for the British Grand Prix in a fortnight with today's 54-lap race at the Paul Ricard circuit near Marseilles.
Renault have won the last two outings here and the pressure is really on DEREK
WARWICK - especially with the promised debut of the Renault-powered Tyrrell driven by MARTIN BRUNDLE , so unlucky in Detroit two weeks ago, when KEKE ROSBERG won. Commentators
Television presentation TFI Producer ROGER MOODY