6.40 Teaching Industry
7.5 Project Tutoring
7.30 Fuel Crisis
Story: Grotty and the house-work by CATHERINE GAVIN
Presenters Julie Stevens Christopher Tranchell
Pianist PETER PETTINGER Percussionist DON LAWSON Designer KEN STARKEY
Scriptwriter/director AVRIL PRICE Producer ANNE GOREY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Storytime from Play School, 25p, from bookshops
5.0 Festival of the Supreme Being
5.25 Shapes in Atoms
6.15 Time Base Generator
6.40 Foundation Maths - Equations
with Richard Kershaw
Every weekday evening an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary
Preceded by Weather
Associate producer JOHN REYNOLDS Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
Twenty-five years ago Anthony Powell started work on what has proved the largest literary enterprise by an English writer since the war. The 12th and final volume in his novel sequence A Dance to the Music of Time is published today.
He talks to JULIAN JEBB about this huge comic panorama of English life which stretches from before the First World War to the early 70s and is populated by more than 300 characters, the most famous of all being Kenneth Widmerpool.
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Film editor JOHN NEEDHAM Producer JULIAN JEBB
Too Many Chiefs
Big John is torn away from his beloved ranch for a while. Will his worst fears be realised upon his return?
The Oldest Wonder - The Pyramids
Narrated by MAGNUS MAGNUSSON
Cheops coming to reign over them plunged into every kind of wickedness. He ordered all the Egyptians to work for himself. And they worked to the number of a hundred thousand men at a time, each party during three months.
Were the pyramids of Egypt built by slave labour, as Herodotus suggests? Is Von Daniken right in believing that the Ancient Egyptians could not have erected the 2,300,000 blocks of the Great Pyramid in less than 600 years? Some of the myths are destroyed and some of the mysteries still remain in this month's programme.
Film cameraman IAN STONE Producer JULIA CAVE
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
Grace by ANDREW DAVIES
Clive, a respectably married antique dealer, feels something has gone out of his life. He calls it grace, and decides to take private tap-dance lessons in an attempt to recover it.
Designer TIM GLEESON ProducerLOUIS MARKS Director BRIAN PARKER
conducted by Raymond Shaw
Designer LESLEY JOAN BREMNESS
Producer STANLEY DORFMAN
Tonight: Unemployed from Ellesmere Port
In this week of special Open Door programmes, groups of people - whose attitudes and ideas are not commonly given direct expression in the media - are invited to put forward their views on the state of the nation... or anything else they care to talk about.
In all Open Door programmes the public decides the content. Technical and creative help is provided by the Community Programme Unit of the BBC.
Presented by Angela Rippon Weather -
BARRY FOSTER reads
And Here I Am, Fighting Dandelions by KENNETH BURKE