Story: Nobody Understood by TONY PICKERING
Presenters this week
Sarah Long , Jon Glover
The Bold Bad Bus, rhyming stories from Play School, £1.60 from bookshops
England v Pakistan Fourth day
Further coverage direct from Headingley
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TED DEXTER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and JOHN SHREWSBURY
3 : The Camera Maker
' Now if I can' see what a customer wants, I'm in a bit of a flutter. It's a bit of a worry until I get hold of a plane and a piece of wood, and then all is peace.'
(FREDERICK GANDOLFI, camera maker)
Even today the fine hand-made plate camera is still the instrument of the professional.
In a London workshop FREDERICK and ARTHUR GANDOLFI still manufacture these splendid and much valued instruments, using techniques developed from a century of experience.
Narrated by Kenneth Hudson
Producer ANN TURNER
A series about animal behaviour and survival
Fighting between bull elephant seals is spectacular and sometimes bloody; but apart from this, we know comparatively little about the behaviour of these colossal animals.
Now zoologists have spent four months with a colony in Argentina recording the intimate details of the seals' social system. Narrator HUGH FALKUS
Scientific editor PROF NIKO TINBEHGEN Presented by CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (Bristol)
The popular Western film series
Blue is tricked by Buck and Manolito into becoming a temporary deputy marshal.
A musical quiz
Joseph Cc-oper as questionmaster invites you to match yc-ur musical wits against
Joyce Grenfell , Richard Baker Robin Ray
Guest musician John Williams
Director DENIS MORIARTY Producer WALTER TODDS
What Price Steak?
Do you feel you really understand the reasons behind the rising price of food?
Each increase of course has its own specific reasons, but to help unravel the kind of factors involved tonight's Horizon investigates just one item - beef.
For about a year now its price has been fairly stable and there has recently been talk of a glut of beef and falling prices. Yet it is likely that within two years there will be a shortage severe enough to push beef beyond the purse of many housewives.
The programme pieces together the jigsaw of events behind what is now a crisis in agriculture - events which began with the Polish bread riots in 1970 and may point to the end of a cheap food policy for Britain. Narrator PAUL VAUCHAN
Editor PETER GOODCHII. D
Producer MICHAEL ANDREWS
Mutinies by HOWARD BARKER
In one hectic day poor old Casaubon's employees and his wife turn against him. Can his ' Battle of Britain' philosophy cope?
Script editor ROBERT BUCKLER Designer DAPHNE SHORTMAN Producer ANNE HEAD
Director DEREK BENNETT
Presented by David Holmes Weather