Story: "Mole" by Luis Murschetz
(Repeated at 4.5 pm)
The final two hours' play from Lord's.
Introduced by Jeffery Boswall 6: Tierra del Fuego
The expedition reaches the Land of Fire and voyages to uninhabited Staten Island, near Cape Horn, where no previous ornithologists have ever camped, and visits a millions-strong Rockhopper penguin colony on which sea-lions prey.
Filmed by douglas FISHER Producer JEFFERY BOSWALL
(from Bristol: first shown on BBC1)
Merseyside - 47,000 unemployed
If the economy catches a cold Merseyside gets pneumonia-with complications! Merseyside has consistently the worst unemployment figures in industrial Britain: and a record for poor labour relations that is hardly rivalled. What is wrong with the Merseyside worker? Does he fit his image of being lazy, unwilling and militant? Or is Merseyside the graveyard of bad management? Introduced by BARRY ASKEW Film reporter JOHN TORODE
Producer PAUL ELLIS
Based on the novel by Hermann Sudermann
Written for television in five parts by Robert Muller
In the midst of hectic enjoyment of the bohemian life, Lilli has recognised in Konrad her ideal. She has encouraged his attentions, although she is still under Richard's protection.
Based on the novel by:
Written for television by:
The average British viewer watches 19 hours of TV a week, which means as much as eight continuous years during his lifetime. In the 25 years that broadcasting has existed it has become a national pastime. But the next 25 years could see an even greater revolution, if some American television experiments succeed. Now, by piping TV to homes, by having special terminals for the viewer, TV shows can be produced in which the whole viewing audience participates.
Cable TV can give us computer use in the home and even tele-visits from our local doctor - the possibilities seem endless. Following a film report, a studio discussion looks at the future possibilities of television in this country.
In the third programme of this series about the writer's world, Lord David Cecil visits Chawton, the Hampshire village where Jane Austen wrote "Mansfield Park", "Emma" and "Persuasion".
with John Edmunds; Weather
Michael Dean surveys the week's TV output and invites others to assess its achievements and effect.