7.5 Systems Management
7.30 School to School
Frog and Toad Together: The List written and illustrated by ARNOLD LOBEL
Presenters this week:
Sarah Long , Jon Glover
A series of ten programmes
5: Too much logic - too little magic?
DR HAROLD ROSEN , PROFESSOR JAMES BRITTON and DR ROBERT WITKIN discuss issues that arose in the previous two programmes.
Introduced by PAUL VAUGHAN
Producer PETER CANTOR
(Repeated: Thursday 6.40 pm)
5.0 The Thirteen Colonies
5.25 Data Processing in Action
5.50 Physical Chemistry and Industry
6.15 Electro-magnetics and Electronics
6.40 Errors that Die
with Michael Charlton
Every weekday evening an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary.
Preceded by Weather
Associate producer JOHN SHEARER Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
The Sixth Test
Australia v England from Melbourne Third day
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of today's play.
Presented in association with the Australian Broadcasting Commission Producers DAVID KENNING, DENIS KELLY
and with guest stars Burl Ives
Katy Jurado , Cesar Romero The McCreedy Feud
Big Mac McCreedy decides to settle his long-standing feud with rich Mexican rancher Armen dariz. Or rather, he hires Smith and Jones to do it for him. They take on the job with the deepest misgivings - which, as it turns out, are fully justified ...
starring Tim Brooke-Taylor Graeme Garden , Bill Oddie with Melita Clarke , Frank Lester
The Goodies buy a film studio, fire all the directors and make their own movies; the result: a stupendous Keystone Coppered, Western, Roman epic. It's got everything ... all at once!
Written by GRAEME GARDEN and BILL OftDIE with TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR
Music bill oddie and MICHAEL GIBBS Film editor RON POPE
Film cameraman JOHN TILEY
Visual effects PETER DAY, LEN HUTTON Film design JOHN STOUT
Designer LESLEY BREMNESS Producer JIM FRANKLIN
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Gabrielle Drake. Michael Bates and Patrick Campbell
Joyce Hopkirk , Harold Evans Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON , BILL TOOMAN Director MICHAEL GOODWIN Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
The Unsafe Sea
In 1972, the British freighter, Royston Grange , collided with a Liberian tanker in the River Plate. 76 people were killed instantly.
Each year, Lloyd's of London pay out more than E300 million on marine claims, a large number due to poor seamanship.
This problem is nowhere more serious than in the Straits of Dover where many ships ignore the navigational rules.
Tonight's Horizon asks what can be done to improve safety at sea. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Producer CHRISTOPHER LA fontaini
Peter Dorling ; Weather
People make Television One Every 20 Seconds
To be a victim of crime can be a devastating experience; but despite more than a million offences every year, almost nothing is done to help. Bristol Victims Support Scheme has been doing something about it.
Open Door is produced by the public,
JILL BALCON reads Heart and Mind by EDITH SITWELL. 11.30 Close