Useful Box Day Today's story is
' Jerry the Mouse '
Written and told by Elizabeth Hunt
Presenters this week Julie Stevens , Brian Cant
6.35 Social Sciences 10: Demand Curves
Introduced by MICHAEL MOLYNEUX
Series adviser DR NIgEL WALKER Directed by BRYN BROOKS
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
with Peter Woods reporting the world tonight Weather
When a young woman predicts disaster-and a death-for the Lancers they refuse to take it seriously. But very soon events take a sinister turn ...
A series devised by and featuring the Music and Friends of Bobbie Gentry with special guests Randy Newman and Alan Price PAN'S PEOPLE
Choreography by FI.ICK COLBY
Musical director JOHN CAMERON Vocal backing
THE BARBARA MOORE SINGERS Costumes ANNE MCKAY
Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Lighting RITCHIE RICHARDSON Design JOHN BURROWES
Produced by STANLEY DORFMAN
This week's programme in the series on Man and Science Today.
The success of medicine has been so great that we tend to take our doctors for granted.
In America, doctors practise the most advanced medicine in the world yet life expectancy is falling. The reason is that while exotic diseases may be brilliantly treated a vast amount of ordinary suffering is neglected because doctors are not interested in it. The same thing might be happening in this country.
Tonight Horizon looks at the methods of training our next generation of doctors. It follows medical students through their course at St Thomas's Hospital. They learn every rare syndrome in the book; but is it possible, the programme asks, with only six days spent in general practice in six years of hospital training, for the student to have any idea what the real needs of our community might be?
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor PETER GOODCHILD Producers
BRIAN GIBSON , FRANCIS GLADSTONE
by RHYS ADRIAN with Charles's card at the marriage bureau reads: ' Gay, fun-loving widower seeks gay, fun-loving woman of maturity with a view to permanence ...'
Script editor TIM ASPINALL Designer SALLY HULKE Producer ANNE HEAD
Directed by SUZANNE NEILD
' I have known for years and so have most of you that there were great Victorian architects, but they have never been given their due. Today, thank goodness, we can see Victorian architecture in perspective.'
In the first of four programmes Sir John Betjeman looks at the work of Charles Barry and Augustus Pugin
Produced by MARGARET MCCALL
There is a precision about his informed enthusiasm which enables one to see the most familiar buildings, such as the Houses of Parliament, in a new light ... Sir John, who succeeds in making his conducted tours seem addressed to a personal friend, can move without pause from an appreciation of shape and proportion to an anecdote about an Irish peer rolling the full length of a Barry staircase DAILY TELEGRAPH
With JOAN BAKEWELL , MICHAEL DEAN
TONY BILBOW , SHERIDAN MORLEY
Editor ROWAN AYERS