Story: Rub-A-Dub-Dub by DOROTHY EDWARDS Presenters
TONI ARTHUR , DON SPENCER
A series for teachers in schools and colleges of further education. 4: Simulation and role-playing
Two examples: with young police recruits and with students at a college of Further Education.
Producer DAVID ALLEN
(Booklet, 80p: page 58)
A new film series about animal behaviour and survival.
There are all manner of family relationships among animals : for example, in some species of fish it's father who does all the work; and in crowded bird colonies, chicks must learn to recognise the calls of their parents before they hatch.
Narrator HUGH FALKUS
PROFESSOR NIKO TINBERGEN
Presented by CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (from Bristol)
Finland ... Caught Between Two Worlds
Since the last World War, Finland has performed one of the most delicate diplomatic balancing acts in Europe, between her Eastern neighbour the Soviet Union and her vital markets in the West.
This week, DEREK HART talks to the 72-year-old President of Finland, Urho Kekonnen , the man ' who can deal with the Russians ' as the Finns put it, and a West German TV report traces the story of Finland's East-West relations. Introduced by DEREK HART
Producer MARYSE ADDISON
A serial in four parts based on the unfinished novel by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON dramatised by TOM WRIGHT starring
Tom Fleming as Lord Weir with Edith Macarthur , Leonard Maguire
David Dundas , David Rintoul and Virginia Stark
The Justice-Clerk, Lord Weir of Hermiston, has a severely practical attitude to criminals: that hanging deters them permanently from repeating their crime. His son Archie opposes this view passionately and publicly. As a result, he has been banished to their estate of Hermiston ...
Cast in order of appearance
Designer ARCHIE CLARK
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN Director TINA WAKERELL BBC Scotland
3: Patrick Moore 's Mother, Gertrude
They say that behind every successful man there's a woman. The woman behind the success of astronomer Patrick Moore-whose The Sky at Night series is the longest running one-man show on television - is his mother, 86-year-old Gertrude.
When he was six she gave him a book called The Story of the Solar System. He's been looking up at the sky ever since - and making a good living out of it.
Tonight she talks to JOHN PITMAN about how it all began.
Director PATRICIA WOOD
How Much Do You Smell?
Some days before returning home from battle Napoleon wrote to Josephine: ' Don'wash, I'm coming.'
Insects and other lower animals have an elaborate language of scent signals giving smell instructions for anything from the finding of a mate to where to go for food. Now scientists are finding evidence for such a system in higher animals and even in man. But how much does man still use this kind of smell signal?
How much evidence is there that smell is still a sex attractant in man as well as the animals?
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
... one of those rare programmes which fulfilled the Royal Charter at a stroke. ' disseminating information, education and entertainment ' in equal measure (DAILY TELEGRAPH)
Editor PETER GOODCHILD Producer MICK RHODES
by David Mercer
The third in this season of short plays from Birmingham.
Coster has decided that he must really pull himself together.
In his short career, Prine has impressed as a song-writer of great potential. His work has been recorded by the likes of Carly Simon , Roberta Flack and Kris Kristofferson - who helped his early career - and he's been described as in the tradition of Brando, Dean and Dylan.'
Design JEREMY DAVIES
Director BRUCE MILLIARD
Producer STANLEY DORFMAN
with David Tindall Weather
The God Spot
MICHAEL DEAN examines the television world, paying particular attention to religious programmes - from Stars on Sunday to Doubts and Certainties.
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT