6.40 Circulation of the Blood
7.30 Carboxylic Acids
Story: Wrapping by SUSAN EAMES. Presenters
CAROL LEADER, FKED HARRIS
5.00 Curriculum Studies
5.25 The Einstein Tower
5.50 The Urban Migrants
6.15 The Trend of Specialisation
6.40 Music - Sound and Notation
Ten films of caves and cavers
Beyond the public caves lie a whole series of interlinked chambers known so far only to cave divers, archaeologists and prehistoric man.
Director PETER RAMSDEN
Producer MICHAEL GARRO
with Michael Charlton. An interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary. Preceded by Weather
Getaway to a new sport, Hang-gliding. It's growing all over the country, but there are risks. Two British pilots have died trying to beat the world's soaring record.
The first Hang-gliding Championships were held last summer at Steyning Bowl in Sussex, and Bob Fisher jumped off with some of the competitors to experience at first hand the pleasures and problems of this young sport of flying enthusiasts.
Director PETER CLEAVER Producer TONY SALMON Editor BRIAN ROBINS
The building of St George's Chapel, Windsor, began 500 years ago. Tom Fleming recalls the story of 'The Queen's Free Chapel of St George ' and reflects upon some of the Royal benefactors who rest within its walls.
With highlights of today's
Service of Thanksgiving, on St George's Day, in the presence of HM The Queen and members of her family
Director ANTONY CRAXTON
The last of three programmes Celebration
Bob Langley visits a holiday centre for the family: is a guest at a Victorian country house party and listens to the Lakeland poets of 1975. Film editor JAMES MCALPINE Director PETER HERCOMBE
A six-part dramatised documentary series
Despairing of any further help from the English Parliament 25 years after Abolition. the slaves were beginning to fight for their own freedom. In 1832 a serious rebellion broke out on the island of Jamaica.
6: Free Paper Come
Written and introduced by EVAN JONES Music
Photography TONY PIERCE-ROBERTS Make up CHERRY ALSTON Designer OLIVER BAYLDON
Assistant producer CHRISTOPHER GRIFFIN Producer CHRISTOPHER RALLING
The final subject in the series shares seven soul-searching days with a camera unit in Southern Ireland and sets out to demonstrate how the writer must experience pain and suffering in everyday life before the act of artistic creation can be fully and satisfyingly achieved. A hopeless goal but one worth striving for.
Producer IAN KEILL
Angela Rippon ; Weather
MARGARET TYZACK reads
Cock-a-Doo by STEVIE SMITH