6.40 Warsaw: Housing
7.5 The Golan Heights
7.30 The Working Class
Story: Mole written and illustrated by LUIS MURSCHETZ
Presenters: JULIE STEVENS
5.25 Growth of American Cities
5.50 Virginia Woolf
6.15 The Handicapped - Working Together
7.5 San Francisco Railway (3)
with Richard Kershaw. News Summary and a longer look at one of the vital issues of the week. Preceded by Weather
Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
A teenage girl is lost on the moors. She will die unless she is found quickly. SERGEANT spencer of the Lancashire Police reconstructs what happened when he and his police dog set out to search for the girl on a snowy day in November 1973.
Director TIM KING
The Nine Tailors by DOROTHY 1. SAYERS: adapted in four parts by ANTHONY STEVEN
Part 2: Chance - or is it Fate?brings Lord Peter Wimsey back to the village where 20 years - and a World War - earlier, he had been witness to a crime ... thought solved.
Producer RICHARD BEYNON Director RAYMOND NENMUIR
Tonight: Archie the Quiz
At first Archie pooh-poohs the answers in a magazine quiz which indicate his life expectancy ...
1973: Herne Bay is Alive With the Sound of Music
The seventh in a short season from earlier programmes. Rodgers and Hammerstein's The Sound of Music is a big production. There is a cast of children, nuns, novices, postulants, neighbours of Captain von Trapp and assorted Nazis. There is thunder, lightning and special moonlight effects. The feature film has become the biggest money spinner in the history of cinema musicals. The Sound of Music opened at the Lunt-Fontanhe Theatre in New York on 16 November 1959; the London production at the Palace Theatre started on 18 May 1961. On 12 February 1973 The Sound of Music opened in Herne Bay-an amateur production.
JACK PIZZEY was there with a Man Alive film team to chronicle the birth pangs of this ambitious enterprise.
Producer JAMES KENELM CLARKE Editor ADAM CLAPBAM
with Percy Thrower in his own garden, ' The Magnolias' in Shropshire.
This week is mainly from the greenhouse, looking ahead to plants we can enjoy during the winter and early spring.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR (Birmingham)
Percy Thrower 's Guide to Gardeners' World, 50p, from bookshops
Steam in Miniature
Jonathan Minns-expert , author and collector - explains how model steam engines reflect the development of the Industrial Revolution, and were in some cases an essential part of it.
Introduced by ANDY PRICE
Producer PAUL SMITH (Bristol)
Tonight: Naval and Military Club
Presented by Angela Rippon Weather
BARRY FOSTER reads
Cornish Cliffs by JOHN BETJEMAN