6.40 Negroes in World War II
7.5 The Multinational Corporation
Story: The Ugly Duckling Words and music by FRANK LOESSER Presenters
TONI ARTHUR , DON SPENCER
5.25 Modern Music
6 15 The Age of Revolutions: Daumier
6.40 Concepts of Man
4: The Problem Solvers
Many of the illnesses encountered in general practice do not have a neat medical label. These are the parish of the health visitor and social worker.
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Series editor MICHAEL GARROD Book, £1.30, from bookshops
Tonight and every weekday night Robin Day follows the News Summary with questions to a leading personality behind the day's headlines. Weather
This month the United States Congress is 200 years old - and the anniversary of the first meeting of the Continental Congress in September 1774 is marked by a ceremony at noon today in the House of Representatives at which the broadcaster Alistair Cooke , author of the BBC2 series America, will make the major address.
This invitation makes Alistair Cooke the fourth native-born Englishman to address Congress. The others were Prime Ministers Churchill, Eden and Attlee.
Edited highlights of the ceremony introduced by ROBERT MACNEIL
Producer TAM FRY
English Nurse with the Tsar's Army
When the First World War began a young Englishwoman was living in Moscow, governess to a wealthy Russian family.
At once Florence Farmborough volunteered as a Red Cross nurse to work among the wounded at the front. For three years she shared the privations and sufferings of the last of the Tsar's Armies, until Imperial Russia collapsed around her and the Revolution prevailed. And all she saw she recorded with her glassplate wooden camera, on pictures probably now unique.
MISS FARMBOROUGH'S story and her photographs are an extraordinary record of the end of an era, the last days of Imperial Russia and the rise of the Bolsheviks. She eventually escaped from the disintegrating war front by the Trans-Siberian Railway to Vladivostok, and finally to England, where at 87 she lives among her mementoes of the tumult of history. Narrator James Cameron
Film editor GEOFFREY BOTTERILL Producer STEPHEN PEET
Director CHRISTOPHER cook
Midweek Music features
Cleo Laine and John Dankworth at home with guests Rolf Harris and Bonnie Dobson
The Dankworths entertain more musical friends at their home in Buckinghamshire.
Producer DON SAYER
Politics - confrontation - enquiry - revelation - reminiscence - sport - humour
Who will be the man or woman who comes face to face with David Frost ?
Director Mike Catherwood
Assistant producer Barbara Maxwell
Producer Iain Johnstone
by Martin Worth
In the small French town of Arbois stand the graves of Louis Pasteur 's three young daughters. Two had died from typhoid, one from an inoperable tumour-a stark reminder of the background to his struggle to find the cause of disease.
Book, Microbes and Men, Â£2.50, from bookshops (available next month)
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2: Shawbost, Isle of Lewis
Living on an island appeals as an idea to a great many people, and the Scottish Hebrides have a special ring to their name. But is it so very different nowadays growing up there than anywhere else in the British Isles?
The children of Shawbost build up their impression of life on the island in their songs and sketches, drawings and poems.
Film cameraman PETER HALL Director ANNE JAMES
Presented by David Holmes Weather
Introduced by WILLIAM HARDCASTLE What Can We Do About Inflation? In Monday's Controversy (BBC2), the American economist MILTON FRIEDMAN gave his provocative answer and faced questions from an audience of economic experts. Tonight's programme offers a chance to politicians to react to Friedman's argument that governments have only themselves to blame for rising prices.
Producer PETER FOGES Editor WILL WYATT
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