Grotty and the Plumbing by CATHERINE FORREST Presenters this week
Sarah Long , Jon Glover
Shop steward! What, me?
Introduced by PATRICK O'BRIEN
A series of five films on how the EEC affects our everyday lives.
3: What's in it for the Consumer?Faced with rising food prices, how will ordinary consumers benefit from the Common Market - and how can they make themselves-heard in Brussels? Narrator JOHN TIMPSON
Producer PETER RIDING
Champions of Crown Green Bowling compete for the BBC2 Masters Trophy Second Quarter-final
Ken Johnson (Yorkshire) v Noel Burrows (Lancashire)
A keen match can be expected from these two players. Burrows won the Waterloo last year and Johnson has won the Yorkshire Merit.
Introduced by STUART HALL from the Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool Commentator HARRY RIGBY
Presented by NICK HUNTER
Series producer RAY LAKELAND (Manchester)
starring and with guest stars
Glen Corbett , Frank Converse Christine Belford , Mark Holly
Bushwhack Smith and Jones are caught in crossfire and all seems lost for them until ranch owner Mark Alcott arrives on the scene and helps to drive off the gunmen. Feeling alive and extremely grateful our heroes offer Mark their services and immediately become involved in a fierce range war.
A duel of words and wit between
Cyd Hayman , Peter Alliss and Frank Muir
Elaine Stritch , Barry Foster Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES (Manchester)
A Chinese Puzzle
Acupuncture works in the Orient but can it work here? For years the fringe medics have said 'yes': the establishment ' no.' But attitudes are changing.
Extraordinary film from China shows how acupuncture is used there as an anaesthetic for major surgery and as a cure for illness. Equally extraordinary is the film of some of the very first attempts in Britain to evaluate acupuncture scientifically.
If acupuncture is all that it seems to be, is it time we took it seriously?
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN particularly fascinating
Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer MARTIN FREETH
A season of six plays from
Birmingham by new writers. 6: Patrons by ERIC BERGER
' Two million years wasted making leather bags. For what? For what? There's more to life.' Harry Ravitz suddenly sees the world in a new light.
Script editor TARA PREM Designer IAN ASHURST
Producer BARRY HANSON
Director MICHAEL LINDSAY-HOGO
Edwin Mullins looks at six unusual London Museums 6: The Horniman Museum
It was started by a Victorian tea tycoon with a habit of picking things up on his eastern travels. As his collection grew he housed it in a vast 'art nouveau ' building in Forest Hill. Now the Horniman is one of the most extensive and certainly one of the oddest museums in London: it's about Man, his environment, and the roots of civilisation.
Producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling Weather
So you want to go on the stage?
Tonight's programme is pre* sented by The Arts Association
A panel of leading teachers and professionals answer questions on stage training.