A Late Present by CLIVE DUNN Guest storyteller Clive Dunn Presenters
TONI ARTHUR , DEREK GRIFFITHS
The last of three programmes which look behind the scenes of a management selection interview. Introduced by BRIAN REDHEAD with PROFESSOR JOHN MORRIS
Director IAN WOOLF
Producer TONY MATTHEWS t
Royal Institution Lectures
4: Pictures With and Without Wires
How was the great leap from radio to television achieved? GEOFFREY GOURIET , Chief Engineer, BBC Research and Development, shows how the pioneers of television solved their problem of transmitting pictures at fantastic speeds.
(Lecture 5: Thursday, 6.30 pm)
A series of five new films which concentrate on a few hours of intense activity. 1: The Candidate
It took three hours for Braintree Labour Party to choose its new prospective Parliamentary candidate. For the first time, film cameras were allowed to film the proceedings without restriction.
It happened on 20 May 1972. Four men faced the selecting delegates. In three hours, three of them were eliminated. The fourth would fight the next General Election as Labour's candidate.
Five film cameras were at the conference. They covered the speeches and balloting in the main hall, and they watched the candidates backstage as they waited and wondered - and finally were told the result.
Film editor HOWARD BILLINGHAM Producer ROGER MILLS
Director REX BLOOMSTEIN
Three Fantasies for Piano by Mozart, Schumann and Chopin
ANDRÉ TCHAIKOWSKY, the young Polish-born pianist who has now made his home permanently in this country, plays a Fantasy by the ' classical' Mozart alongside two works of the same title by the ' romantic' Schumann and Chopin. Although all the pieces are called Fantasies, in other respects they are very different. Mozart is at his most romantic; paradoxically the Chopin and Schumann works have an almost classical form and structure.
Director DENIS MORIARTY
JEREMY JAMES , JEANNE LA CHARD JOHN PITMAN , DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON
Plimpton: Adventure in Africa
George Plimpton has made a name for himself as the try-anything-once adventurer.
This week he goes to Meru National Park in Kenya on a photographic safari for an American magazine. His assignment: to shoot pictures of Ahmed the elephant, believed to be the largest animal in Africa.
GEORGE PLIMPTON learns the secret of elephant trading, techniques of wildlife photography, and a lot about the inhabitants of Africa both human and animal.
Producer WALON GREEN Editor ADAM CLAPHAM
The Japanese Student by FRANK Tl'OHY
Behind the Japanese student's bland smile lies an uncompromising will that frightens both his girlfriend and her parents.
Script editor ROBERT BUCKLER Designer DAPHNE SHORTMAN Producer TIM ASPINALL Director JAMES FERMAN
The first of a new series in which Kenneth Allsop looks at the world of information, comment and persuasion - newspapers, magazines, publishing, advertising, public relations ...
Britain has 1,300 daily and weekly newspapers, over 4,750 periodicals, 33,000 new books every year; and spends nearly Â£600-million a year on advertising.
Edition examines the messages and the media.
(Radio Times People: page 1)
with David Tindall ; Weather