6.40 Structures and Materials
7.30 Educational Decision-Making
A Story on the Magic Lantern by JOE MILBURN Presenters
Carol Leader, Johnny Ball
5.00 English Renaissance: Sacred Music
5.25 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure
5.50 Structure of a Liquid
6.15 Solar Cells
6.40 Foundation Maths: Statistics
7.05 Regional Patterns in Health
with Michael Chariton
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
Bus Stop Holiday
Singing ' Ten men went to mow' and other songs, 33 children went on holiday in a bus. They started from Deptford Adventure Play-ground and they were mostly from families in temporary accommodation around the play-ground - homeless families and families between homes. Teachers and youth leaders started the ' Noah's Ark Children's Venture ' to take groups of deprived children to a house in Norfolk for a week's holiday - swimming, sailing, camping and jumping about on a friendly farmer's haystack. Back home, one mother said, ' I think it's a marvellous idea. They've got the freedom of almost everything they can think of; and it gives me freedom as well to sort my own mind out at the same time.'
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Director SIMON HEAVEN
Richard Thomas as John-Boy Michael Learned as Olivia Walton Ralph Waite as John Walton Will Geer as Grandpa and Ellen Corby as Grandma The Bequest
When Grandma learns that she is to receive a legacy of$250 it is indeed, a red-letter day in the Walton household.
The final transmission of the present series from RWT Taking part: ERIC IDLE
NEIL INNES , DAVID BATTLEY HENRY WOOLF and TERENCE BAYLER
Written by ERIC IDLE Music by NEIL INNES
Designer GEOFF POWELL
Film director STEVE Roberts v Studio director ANDREW GOSLING
Producer IAN KEILL
The Three Chord Trick
In England an average of 19 new records are issued every day. In the USA the record industry is worth two billion dollars. What is it about music that appeals to almost everyone everywhere?
Using examples from the Beatles to Bushmen, from the Eskimos to Bach, tonight's Horizon looks at the factors, physical, psychological and social, that make up the magic of music.
Just how far can we succumb to the influence of music? The programme examines the work of the Muzak Corporation of the USA, whose carefully programmed product could be moving on from the supermarkets and restaurants of today to the schools and colleges of tomorrow.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Producer CHRISTOPHER LA FONTAINE
Teaching the world to sing: page 4
Presented by Angela Rippon Weather
People make Television
The last of three programmes made by the people of Ulster. Hill of Harmony
From a province over-reported in terms of violence, the story of another face of Ulster life-Protestants and Catholics working together for reconciliation since 1965 through the unique Corrymeela Community. ' The trouble overtook us, but has not overwhelmed us.'
Open Door Is produced by the public. Skilled help and advice is available from the BBC's Community Programme Unit. Repeated next Sunday afternoon
WILLIAM SQUIRE reads
When to the Sessions of Sweet Silent Thought by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE