6.45 Cancer: Terminal Care
7.10 Cratering and Lunar Geology
7.35 Food Co-operatives in Vermont
8.0 Immunology Overview
8.25 Thallium in Organic Synthesis
Carol Leader, Ben Thomas and Wayne Jackman say Hello Again with songs, games and play ideas.
'What can you see out and about?'
ALAN GOUT. PETER BEAMENT Story: The Little Country Station by DIANA STOW Director ROY MILANI
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Tom Hewitt , Mike Amatt and Tariq Yunus with stories and songs which show that pride often comes before a fall. Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director CELIA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
The series for Sunday morning in which viewers are united with one another in prayer and worship. Today's service is introduced by Tony Phelan and comes from a viewer's home in Cornhill-on-Tweed. Television presentation VALETTA STALLABRASS
Series producer ANGELA TILBY
Today's programme features a miscellany of music, a melodic mixture of many moods illustrating the variety and diversity of Asian musical talent.
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Pebble Mill
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 farmers BILL GILES
The Luck of Pepper Shannon Jamie 's young imagination is fired by the tales of Pepper Shannon , an infamous desperado who returns to
Virginia City. But the boy is brought down to earth when Shannon is accused of attempted murder.
Written by JOHN HAWKINS
Directed by NICK WEBSTER (R)
Omnibus edition by Valerie Georgeson and Peter Batt.
Blue Aces Wild Camera Bug
continues the season of classic adventure films, starring
Olivia de Havilland
Hollywood's first major attempt at portraying the life and times of George Armstrong Custer presented the General in heroic mould.
Errol Flynn was ideally cast in this action-packed 're-telling' of the events leading up to the infamous battle of the Little Big Horn where he and over 200 of his command were killed by the Sioux and Cheyenne.
Screenplay by WALLY KLINE and AENEAS MACKENZIE
Produced by HAL B. WALLIS Directed by RAOUL WALSH
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George Armstrong Custer:
Elizabeth Bacon Custer:
Maj Romulus Taipe:
Gen Philip Sheridan:
Gen Winfield Scott:
G P Huntley
The 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 - Gordon Lonsdale and others are tried for spying, Yuri Gagarin is the first man in space, Cuba is invaded, South Africa becomes a republic, Nureyev leaps to freedom, and the Berlin Wall goes up.
The music - THE SHADOWS
THE ALLISONS. RICKY NELSON ROY ORBISON. HELEN SHAPIRO and DION
Videotape editor DAVE RLXON Research SUE GAGAN
Producer SUE MALLINSON
Buying a house? Taking out insurance? Selling your car? Going on holiday? It can all end in tears as the Watchdog team know only too well.
But Nick Ross and reporters Dina Gold , Fran Morrison , Malcolm Wilson and Nicholas Woolley are ready to do battle on your behalf, uncovering cases of injustice, bungling and sharp practice. Lynn Faulds Wood joins Nick in the studio to reveal some more of the hidden hazards of daily life.
Plus this week Bugwatch - the search goes on to find Britain's dirtiest public places.
Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY Producers
STEVE PHELPS. JULIA MCLAREN VICTOR VAN AMERONGEN Editor LINO FERRARI
Jan Leeming ; Weather News
Songs of Praise begins with the first of six special summer excursions to holiday resorts around the country.
Cliff Michelmore braves the uncertain climate of the north-east coast to discover some sunshine in the Yorkshire port of Whitby. He visits the local museum to learn about the town's great explorer. Captain Cook, and he meets a novice nun, Sister Catherine Mary , who carries on the tradition of religious life which dates back to St Hilda in 657. It's on the site of that ancient community that local folk and visitors have gathered to sing their songs of praise in the ruins of Whitby Abbey. We have a gospel to proclaim (Fulda);
0 God our help in ages past (St Anne); All things bright and beautiful (Royal Oak); Oh praise him; Come down oh love divine (Down Ampney); Will your anchor hold;
Lord of all hopefulness (Slane); Tell out my soul (Woodlands). Conductor MAVIS HALL
Organist THE REV DAVID PROUT Research Leila Guinery-Green, Producer NOEL VINCENT
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
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'When I'm good, I'm very good, but when I'm bad, I'm better.' The life story of the legendary sex symbol whose outrageous wit and wisdom shocked and delighted audiences all over the world. From her humble Brooklyn origins to later fame and fortune Mae's private life was often as controversial as her stage persona; at the centre was her long affair with Jim Timony - the man she loved but would never marry....
Screenplay by E. ARTHUR KEAN Produced by TERRY MORSE JR Directed by LEE philips
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with Jan Leeming Weather News
by PAULA MILNE
When prostitutes invade the tranquillity of her residential London Square, Magda cannot fail to be interested.
But why is she so much more interested than anyone else?
Is their presence a reproach, a kind of taunt?
Music ILONA SEKACZ
Script editor DAVID SNODIN Designer BRYAN ELLIS Producer BRENDA REID Director TIM KING
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Man in hotel:
Shut Down at Sixty
Old age may be the winter of a person's life, but does it therefore have to be bleak?
How can we be indifferent to the poverty and isolation of many old people when we might find ourselves one day in the same boat? And what choices can old people themselves make about their lives?
Panel and audience battle it out in this week's edition of Choices.
Producer JENNY MORGAN
Series producer JAMES MURRAY
Six films unravelling some of the technical, scientific, economic and political threads in the story of one of the world's most important textiles.
Written and presented by Anthony Burton The Ruthless King
Film editor KEITH WILTON Producer MICHAEL GARROD
Book £10. 95 from booksellers
For The Cotton Kingdom leaflet prepared by the ETB, send sae to [address removed]
The sixth of eight films presented by Fred Housego
Carmarthen: The Making of a Medieval Town
York, Chester, Shrewsbury, Totnes are well-preserved medieval towns, yet most
British towns are medieval in origin and are gradually beginning to give up their secrets.
Fred Housego visits
Carmarthen in South Wales with Terry James
Film editor HUGH TASMAN Producer BRYN BROOKS (R)
Book £4. 50 paperback. £8. 50 hardback from booksellers