Story: Fish is Fish written and illustrated by LEO LIONNI Presenters:
TON! ARTHUR, JOHNNY BALL
Benson and Hedges Cup Quarter-Final
A series of ten programmes 10 : Friends and Neighbours
Of all the intriguing phenomena on a reef, none is more remarkable than the way two species have evolved to live together.
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY A BBC/NDR co-production
Coral World, £3.20, from bookshops
Benson and Hedges Cup
Final stages of one of today's matches, and news of the other quarter-finals.
Reporters: JEREMY JAMES
JEANNE LA CHARD , JOHN PITMAN JACK PIZZEY , DESMOND WILCOX HAROLD WILLIAMSON
Out of Sight, Out of Mind 2: Who's Mad?
A growing number of psychiatrists and patients are turning their backs on traditional concepts of mental illness. They are asking: Who is mad? What is madness? Many believe that big psychiatric hospitals, like Middlewood Hospi tal in Sheffield - the subject of last week's Man Alive - are not the answer.
This week GORDON SNELL talks to the people who are working inside and outside the National Health Service to find new ways of treating patients and to those who are going out into the community to tackle people's problems in their homes.
Producer SHIRLEY FISHER Editor ADAM CLAPHAM
The careers of SONNY TERRY and BROWNIE MCGHEE both started on street corners, in churches, clubs back in the 20s and 30s. When they teamed up in 1950. they had both become established singers in their own right.
Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY
Lighting RITCHIE RICHARDSON Designer PHILIP LINDLEY
Producer STANLEY DORFMAN
Tony Bilbow and Philip Jenkinson present a round-up of what's going on in the film world including a comparison between the new comedy Western Blazing Saddles, written and directed by Mel Brooks and his earlier comedy success The Producers.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Philip Jenkinson : page 17
They were accused by the judge of causing the Korean war and altering the course of history. They were convicted of conspiring to steal the secrets of the atomic bomb and giving them to the Russians. They were executed on 19 June 1953.
Few trials in American history have so troubled the liberal conscience in the United States and Europe as the trial of the Rosenbergs. Was the information they passed any use? Did they in fact pass any secrets at all? Were they framed?
An American documentary re-examines the story, which began with the arrest of the British scientist Dr Klaus Fuchs , and discovers the feelings today of those who took part in it: jurors, FBI agents, prosecutors and defenders. And the two people most personally affected. The Rosenberg children.
Introduced by William Hardcastle
Produced by ALVIN H. GOLDSTEIN of NPACT for PBS Washington DC
Introduced by Chris Dunkley A discussion about The Execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
Producer PETER FOGES Editor WILL WYATT
Presented by David Holmes Weather