Story: The Flea that Jumped by PETER WILTSHIRE Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , JOHNNY BALL
The 1973 Open Championship
The latest news and action from the Old Course, Troon
with Johnny Morris
From its sources in the Swiss Alps down to the North Sea, he explores the towns and countryside around this great river. 3: Strasbourg to Mannheim
' There was a time when the River Rhine was a pretty formidable obstacle to invading generals. It once swilled the blood of armies, but now goodness knows what it swallows for it's turned the colour of a nasty-looking cold consomme.'
Producer BRIAN PATTEN (from Bristol)
The last of a series of six programmes
LES PRATT works a full 40-hour week and earns £1 over the union rate. But it's not enough. He still has to go cap in hand to the State for a Family Incomes Supplement. Like thousands of other workers, Les Pratt is being paid below subsistence level-so who is it that the State is subsidising-him or his employer?
Introduced by BARRY ASKEW Film reporter JOHN TORODE
Director COLIN HART Producer PAUL ELLIS
by ALBERTO MORAVIA dramatised in four parts by RAY LAWLER starring Margaret Whiting
Cesira and Rosetta were disgusted with the slovenly habits of Concetta and Vincenzo. They left the farm and went to join the evacuees living in the mountains above Fondi.
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer PETER KINDRED
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director GARETH DAVIES
Moroccan soldiers ,:
The Maleng of the English Landscape
What made the English landscape look the way it does?
Horizon traces the historical evolution of the landscape through the eyes of the pioneer historian W. G. Hoskins. He sees history not only in documents or books but in the landscape itself. In the position of a church, and the shape of a village, the curve of a hedge. For those who know how to read it it's the richest historical record we possess.
Film editor CLARE DOUGLAS Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Producer PETER JONES Book 75p: see page 54
The 1973 Open Championship
At the end of this second day's play over the Old Course, Troon, the original field of about 150 competitors was cut by nearly half to the top 80 and those tying for 80th place.
The highlights of today's play, in which some of world golf's distinguished names safely made ' the cut' while others failed.
Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
Presented by ALAN MOUNCER and A. P. WILKINSON
Where did great authors of the past live and work? How much was their work affected by the places in which they lived?
In the fourth programme of this series about the writer's world, Margaret Drabble visits Haworth Parsonage and the Yorkshire Moors where the Bronte's shared an almost legendary childhood and which provided the setting for Wuthering Heights.
Film cameraman PETER BALL Director JULIA CAVE
Kingsley Amis on Rudyard Kipling
with Peter Woods Weather