7.5 Instrumentation in Train Development
7.30 Participate or Else?
Story: A Tree Alone written by ELIZABETH DUNKIN illustrated by JULEK HELLER Presenters:
Carol Chell Jon Glover
Storytime from Play School. 25p. from bookshops
A series of ten programmes presented by ANNE LAPPING and MICHAEL REINHOLD 1: 1948 and all that
What was health care like in Britain in the 1920s and 1930s and why did the BMA fight the introduction of the National Health Service in 1948? Producer PETER RIDING
A series of five films about residential social work 1: Caring for the Physically Handicapped
Le Court was founded in 1948-the first of the Cheshire Homes. Over the years its residents and staff have developed a unique relationship - and a special kind of home.
Producer cordon CROTON
(To be repeated on 9 November BBCU
5.0 King Lear
5.25 Statistics - Analysing Data
5.50 Solids, Liquids and Gases
6.40 Foundation Maths - Topology
A series of ten films about selling 2: It's All Right.
It's Only a Customer
Every Head Office has its Herberts -the self-important minions who leave telephone enquirers fuming at the end of the line.
John Cleese plays a selection of Herberts and Ronnie Barker the ljng-suffering customer.
Written by joim CLEESE and ANTONY JAI Director PETER ROBINSON A VIDEO ARTS film
with Ludovic Kennedy and Robin Day
News from Angela Rippon
Every weekday the news is followed by interviews and debates.
Associate producer JOHN REYNOLDS Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
Olivia surprises her family when she takes on a job as a door-to-door saleswoman. But soon she has far more important news ...
Based on EARL HAMNER jr's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain Executive producer LEE RICH
by GUSTAVE FLAUBERT
The BBC2 Serial: dramatised in four parts by GILES COOPER starring Francesca Annis as Emma Bovary Part 4: Judgment
Romance is the stuff of dreams ... but Reality is relentless ... Emma Bovary 's hour of reckoning has arrived.
Original music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Studio lighting DUNCAN BROWN Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer RAYMOND CUSICK Producer RICHARD BEYNON Director RODNEY BENNETT
It has been a long, hot, painful summer for the Hon David Astor , the Editor, and the 1,200 employees at The Observer. In mid-June, Britain's oldest Sunday paper was facing bankruptcy. To avoid closure, a one-third cut in the wages bill was needed. The seven unions involved were asked to provide lists of volunteers for redundancy payments within five weeks. Failing this, some 400 people would be sacked.
The proposals, said union leaders, were an attack on printing workers under the guise of the paper's economic difficulties. If the powerful print unions - often accused of overmanning - agreed to produce the paper with many fewer men, this would create a precedent for other national papers-many of which are now facing the same economic difficulties as The Observer was.
A BBC film crew followed the negotiations, and recorded the views of the Editor, journalists and leaders of NATSOPA, one of the main print unions.
Written and produced by ELWYN PARRY -JONES
Angela Rippon ; Weather
ROBERT HARDY reads
The Horses by TED HUGHES