6.40 Teaching Mechanisms
7.5 Design Strategies
7.30 Community School?
Story: Two Can Toucan written and illustrated by DAVID MCKEE Presenters: Karen Platt
Storytime from Play School, 25p, from bookshops
5.0 From Altar to Pulpit
5.25 The Atomic Clock
5.50 Thermodynamics (2)
6.15 Car Bodies
6.40 Foundation Maths - Growth
7.5 City of Coventry
with Richard Kershaw
Every weekday evening an inter view with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary
Preceded by Weather
Associate producer JOHN REYNOLDS Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
Design for a Wilderness
Few people who opt out of the rat-race start from a very good position anyway. But Phil Drabble gave up his directorship and abandoned a career in industry, to establish a unique wildlife reserve at Abbots Bromley in Staffordshire. Now he manages badgers, herons and other threatened species in an undisturbed sanctuary that he plans to be a prototype for the future.
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Producer DEREK TRIMBY
The return of the popular Western film series
When a dangerous gang of outlaws capture Victoria and try to take her over the border into Mexico, Buck and Manolito find they have more than enough trouble getting her back.
How much do we really know about cannabis, the drug that became the symbol of Western pop-culture in the 60s? What are the effects of its long-term use? Does it lead to harder drugs? What would be the result of relaxing the laws and allowing its use in private, or even legalising it? In some countries new approaches like these are already being tried. But is cannabis harmful?
This programme reports on the most recent and sometimes startling scientific research, and on the new worldwide developments on ' pot.'
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editors ROY FRY and ANDREW HALL
Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Producers TONY EDWARDS and HARRIS WATTS
The Ghost of Adelphi Terrace by GWYN THOMAS
Mr Shaw takes Mr Barrie ' on the town' in the hope of curing his friend's melancholia. But Mr Barrie is a haunted man. Can he escape from ' the ghost of Adelphi Terrace'?
Designer SPENCER CHAPMAN Producer FRANK HATHERLEY Director ROGER TUCKER
J M Barrie:
George Bernard Shaw:
The US PGA ChamnionshiD from the Firestone Golf Club, Acron, Ohio.
The world's golfing 61ite are gathered for this, the fourth and last golf classic of the year.
This is the 57th United States PGA Championship and LEE TRE-
VINO defends his title against the new British Open Champion TOM WATSON and the man who is a threat in any major championship, JACK NICKLAUS. But from the evidence at Carnoustie four weeks ago any one of 20 golfers is capable of winning this major prize. Highlights of the last day's play are described by PETER ALLiss and HARRY CARPENTER.
PETER ALLISS says,
' The Firestone Golf Club in Acron, Ohio, is one of the most testing of golf courses. It has been the scene of many championships over the past few years. The course is long and demanding calling for a lot of long accurate iron play.
It will be interesting to see how Arnold Palmer will fare. The US PGA Championship is the only major championship that he hasn' won. And time is running out for him.'
Television presentation by the AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANY Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
The BBC Book of Golf, £ 1.30, from bookshops
Presented by Kenneth Kendall Weather
DAVID MARKHAM reads Midsummer by THOMAS KINSELLA