6.40 Development of the Piano
7.5 Maths: Fourier Series
7.30 Airport Siting Decisions
Story: The Tate of a Turnip adapted by IAN ALLEN Presented by THE PLAYBOARD PUPPETS. Presenters
KAREN PLATT , STUART MCGUGAN
5.0 Pure Maths: Functors
5.25 Alkali Industry
5.50 Computing: Files
6.15-6.40 Plastics and Steel
7.5 The Earth
with Alan Watson. News
Summary. Preceded by Weather
More items of interest, information and investigation for collectors. All the Fun of the Fair
The fairground as we know it has only been around for about 100 years. But since the last war a great deal of the old equipment-mostly the carved and brightly-painted wood -has been destroyed. GWYN RICHARDS visits Lady Bangor's Fairground Collection at Wookey Hole.
Arthur Negus answers viewers' questions; Hugh Scully introduces the programme
Director ROBIN DRAKE Producer PAUL SMITH
Series editor JOHN KING (Bristol)
A series of six Chronicle programmes about the application of scientific research to the problems of solving the secrets of prehistory. 2: Cracking the Stone Age Code
The lonely standing stones and stone circles of Britain and Western Europe have long defied explanation. Theories abound.
Once a year the setting sun and the mountains of the Isle of Jura provide a spectacular demonstration of the theory of Professor Alexander Thom.
Written and narrated by Magnus Magnusson
Director DAVID COLLISON
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
For the first time on British television, four classic films from the Golden Age of the Hollywood musical. Tonight starring
Janet Gaynor , Charles Farrell
A story of romance between a handsome young New York socialite and an East Side girl.
Director DAVID BUTLER
(Block and white). Films: page 8
Presented by Angela Rippon Weather
MARTIN jarvis reads The Water-Wheel by JACK CLEMO