6.40 Practical Electronics in Schools
7.5 Designing for the Disabled
7.30 Educational Research Methods
Story: Lucy and Tom's Day Written and illustrated by SHIRLEY HUGHES Presenters
Karen Platt , Stuart McGugan
Storytime from Play School, 25p, from bookshops
5.0 William Blake
5.50 Kinetics of a Gas Reaction
6.15 The Pre-Amplifier
6.40 Foundation Maths: Statistics
with Alan Watson. 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 Last Squire of Erddig
Until the summer before last seven Yorkes had been squires of Erddig. Each had added to a unique collection of treasures, begun in the 17th century when the house was built near Wrexham in North Wales. But for seven years the present Philip Yorke has lived there alone and struggled to prevent the house from collapsing. Had it collapsed, a legend would have vanished with it. In this film, he describes the legend and tells how his lifelong dream is soon to be fulfilled.
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Director DAVID MYCOCK
The return of the popular Western film series
Buck and Manolito are angry victims of the most serious crime in the West - their horses are stolen. They trail the thieves into dangerous outlaw territory and find their troubles have only just begun.
The Sickly Sea
Three million British holiday-makers will have invaded the Mediterranean by the end of the summer-their minds on pleasure, little caring that their beautiful playground is becoming an international slum. Viral-hepatitis, typhoid and cholera are now endemic around the Mediterranean; over 90 per cent of domestic sewage reaches the sea untreated; heavy metals like mercury and lead are poisoning the fish; oil is discharged, legally, at the rate of 300,000 tons a year - all this in a sea that is tideless and virtually enclosed.
How sick is the sea? It has always cured itself in the past. Is there any immediate danger for the holiday-maker? Scientists cannot agree about the severity of the disease but the symptoms are all too clear. Will the Mediterranean become a marine desert? Environmentalists like Lord Ritchie-Calder think it could, within a generation. Are the horror stories exaggerated? Scientists like David Bellamy think they may be. All agree something has to be done, and done fast. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor ROY FRY
Editor PETER GOODCHILO
Producer CHRISTOPHER RILEY
Hanging On by SANDRA CLARK
Ba is quite prepared to exploit Nadine's deepest emotions when she barges in with her movie equipment, but when Nadine does talk she seems not to hear her.
Lighting ALAN HORNE Sound BRIAN HILES
Designer BARRIE DOBBINS ProducerRICHARD BROKE Director BRIAN FARNHAM
Designer KENNETH LAWSON
Producer NICK HUNTER (Manchester)
(Judy Collins appears by arrangement with Robert Patterson )
Presented by Angela Rippon Weather
MARTIN JARVIS reads The Fox by C. DAY LEWIS