6.40 Control: A School Experiment
7.30 Educational Research
Grunty Anna by ANDREW DAVIES Presenters this week
Toni Arthur , Jon Glover
Storytime from Play School, 25p, from bookshops
5.25 Schrodinger Wave Equation
5.50 Energy Transfer: Chemicals
6.40 Foundation Maths: Calculus
A series of 20 programmes 16: Hightown
Life in high rise flats is full of difficulties for family life. What can the community itself do to lessen these?
PAUL BARNES and JUDITH DAVIS visit one high rise estate where they are tackling this problem.
Director PAUL KRIWACZEK
Series editor EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
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
John Dodgson of the A small band of dedicated people, muttering strange words in Anglo-Saxon, marching through the streets of .London, pacing across open fields. They're members of the English Place Names Society and they're led by JOHN DODGSON.
This year John Dodgson hopes to complete the five volumes of The Place Names of Cheshire-the result of 20 years' work.
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Director MICHAEL CROUCHER (Bristol) What's in a name! : page 4
The Prize: As the County Fair gets under way competition fever grips the Waltons.
Director PHILIP LEACOCK
starring Tim Brooke-Taylor
Graeme Garden , Bill Oddie with Corbet Woodall , Sheila Steafel
The Goodies' travelling office, quaintly trim and neat,
Is lost to redevelopment, and buried in concrete.
Bill has lost his reason and Tim is close to tears,
And that's the way they stay blocked in, for over 70 years!
Written by GRAEME GARDEN and BILL ODDIE With TIM BROOKE TAYLOR
Music by BILL ODDIE and MICHAEL GIBBS Designer JOHN STOUT
Producer JIM FRANKLIN
In the United States researchers have reported that very low levels of lead -from car exhaust fumes perhaps, or tinned food - can change children's behaviour. Tiny amounts may produce children who can't sit still, can't concentrate and are prone to violence - and by tiny amounts is meant the quantities they can pick up on an ice cream or a handful of sticky sweets from the dust in our streets and homes.
Yet in this country this research with its frightening implications has so far been open to question. Doubts have been voiced about the way the experiments were handled, conflicting evidence has been produced from other sources. Meanwhile, as the scientific debate continues so does the exposure to lead. Tonight's Horizon follows one authority, Birmingham City Council (who have particular reasons to be concerned about lead in the environment) as it tries to unravel the conflicting evidence and decide what to do about it.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor JIM LATHAM
Producer EDWARD GOLDWYN Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Peter Dorling ; Weather
People make Television Asians in Britain
In two programmes the STANDING CONFERENCE OF ASIAN ORGANISATIONS IN THE UK sets out to help understanding between Asians and the host community.
Part 2: Tonight's programme identifies the special needs of the Asian community in the field of education, employment, youth and women and proposes measures to meet these needs.
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