Today's story is
' Chillyfolk ' by JOANNE COLE
Presenters CAROL CHELL, JON SKOLMEN
Five programmes for teachers of all subjects concerned with children of all abilities.
1: What's it all about?
' We're living in the Computer Revolution ... and it is comparable with the Industrial Revolution.'
Introduced by MAURICE MEREDITH
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
A series of programmes in which scientists and scholars give their own interpretation of some landmarks in the history of science and technology preserved in our great museum collections.
2: Patrick Moore visits the Old Royal Observatory at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich With PETER BENNET STONE
Director PETER R. SMITH
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELDt
with Peter Woods reporting the world tonight with the BBC's reporters and correspondents at home and abroad
On a small stretch of rock in the Mediterranean a group of men wander aimlessly around the arid dusty paths. It is the primitive island of Linosa. The men are the most powerful of the known Mafia bosses of Europe, who have been exiled by the Italian Government. Tonight, Europe reports on the crack-down which may bring about the end of Mafia activities in Sicily and the mainland of Italy.
Introduced by Derek Hart
by Don Shaw
Driving away from the Old Bailey without his wig and gown the judge now looks like any other man - but can he be like any other man?
Series created by:
Mr Justice Harcourt:
Mr Justice Sperring:
and his Concert Orchestra leader DAVID MCCALLUM and featuring Sari Barabas and THE ROY GUNSON DANCERS TONY MANSELL 'S COFFEE SET
Choreographer ROY GUNSON Costumes JANE NAGY Sound LEN SHOREY
Producer JOHN STREET
(Sari Barabas is in ' The Great Walt*,
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London)
The first of three films about The Great War as seen from both sides of the trenches - by French, American and German film-makers.
Tonight: Jean Renoir's film starring Erich von Stroheim, Jean Gabin, Pierre Fresnay
Two French officers, shot down over Germany, find themselves in a prison fortress governed by an ageing Prussian militarist.
Renoir's moving appeal to French-men and Germans at all costs to stop a Second World War was so powerful that it was banned in Germany and Italy.