Useful Box Day
Presenters this week
Diane Dorgan , Lionel Morton
Today's story is
' The Wind that Blew Too Much ' by DENIS WRIGLEY
4: Accounting Ratios
Customers are getting behind in settling accounts. John Marsh explains the significance of such information and examines the most important accounting ratios. Introduced by GRAHAM TURNER
Dramatist ROGER DIXON Produced by PAUL ELLIS
(for book see facing page)
Reporting the world tonight
John Timpson and Peter Woods with MARTIN BELL , MICHAEL BLAKEY
MICHAEL SULLIVAN , DAVID TINDALL RICHARD WHITMORE and the correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News and Weather
is the home of a pioneer family in the newly won West; is the prize the settlers must hold against outlaws and Indians; and spells adventure in the wild Arizona territory of 1870. The Long Shadow
A secret enemy who doesn'shrink from murder threatens the safety of all at the ranch and poisons the atmosphere.
Suspicion hangs heavy in the air until the enemy shows his hand -grasping a gun directed point-blank at the one he hates.
About a million people have given up smoking since the first announcement about its dangers was made in 1953. But some 16 million men and 91 million women continue to smoke. Are these smokers really addicted to tobacco? Some psychiatrists say that 70 per cent of smokers could break the habit quite easily - but others find it impossible to give it up without help.
In tonight's programme smokers Put their problems to medical specialists and discuss the use of nicotine sprays, electric shock aversion therapy, hypnosis, group therapy and psychiatric treatment.
How effective are these treatments and will they help you?
Directed by JOHN FROST
Produced by IAN CURTIS
A Thoroughly Nice Show starring Barry Humphries Guest star:
Special guests: Diana Dors
Betty McDowall William Rushton James Ellis with PHIL CROSS, CLEMENCY DAVIDSON PENELOPE GODDABD , JOHN QUAYLE IAN RAMSEY
THE MALCOLM CLARE DANCERS
THE GEORGE MITCHELL SINGERS
Music by KEN JONES
Choreography DAVID THORNTON Costumes ANNE MCKAY Make-up SYLVIA JAMES
Lighting DENNIS CHANNON Sound ALAN FOGG
Designed by KENNETH SHARP Written by BARRY HUMPHRIES and IAN DAVIDSON
Directed by DAVID O'CLEE
Produced by DENNIS MAIN WILSON
This week's programme in the series on Man and Science Today
In 1948 Alfred Kinsey published his Sexual Behaviour in the American Male and followed it by his report on the Female. In 1966 Dr William Masters and Mrs Virginia Johnson published Human Sexual Response. These - books not only contributed facts to the science of sex, but helped to start a revolution in social attitudes.
This programme examines current scientific research, which is helping to find the causes of sexual unhappiness and to solve sexual problems like impotence and frigidity. It includes an interview with Masters and Johnson, the first to be filmed for British tv, and looks at the way endocrinologists, sociologists and psychiatrists are exploring the little understood field of human sexual behaviour.
Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Producer DICK GILLING †
by EMILE ZOLA
A second chance to see this dramatisation in five parts by DAVID TURNER
The rioting miners have destroyed the Jean-Bart mine and wrecked Maigrat's shop. The situation has become so serious that troops have been called in and starvation faces the miners.
Part 4: Soldiers
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Make-up JEANNE RICHMOND Lighting JOHN SUMMERS Designer DON HOMFRAY Producer DAVID CONROY Directed by JOHN DAVIES
Talk, argument, people, diversion with JOAN BAKEWELL
MICHAEL DEAN , TONY BILBOW SHERIDAN MORLEY
Editor ROWAN AYERS