8.5 Hockett's Design
10.10 People and Work
10.35 Educational Decisions
11.0 Identifying Problems
11.25 Coal in the 19th Century
11.50 Handicapped People
12.15 Industrial Archaeology
1.5 Children in Trouble
1.30 Oxford Water
A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Richard Baker
Editor bill NORTHWOOD
In these programmes people are invited to give first-hand accounts of something that has real personal significance for them. 6: A Time to Mourn
Lily Pincus , a family therapist, talks to Joan Bakewell about the importance of mourning in the light of her own experience of bereavement.
Director JOHN WILCOX
Series producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
The Petersfinger Cuckoos Narrated by JOHN GOODERS
Today is the first day of spring and soon large numbers of bird migrants from Africa will be flying in for the breeding season. Among them will be the cuckoos that lay their eggs in the nests of other birds.
This is the story of the cuckoos at Petersfinger Lakes near Salisbury. In over 1,000 hours of patient observation, Ted and Terence Chan nell have not only filmed the secrets of the cuckoos' lives-and their unwitting reed warbler fosterparents-but also a great variety of other wildlife which spends the summer there.
All the events in the film are typical of those that will take place from now on in countless places that, like Petersfinger, are no more than a dot on the map.
Editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS. BBC Bristol
starring Alan Aida as Hawkeye Wayne Rogers as Trapper John Ceasefire
Hold the action. Hold the hurrahs too. The war may be over; the last shot may have been fired - but you never know....
A magazine for television
... observations, exploration and sometimes illumination of what's going on, what's being said and what might be happening up and down this land week by week. with Alasdair Clayre
Nemone Lethbridge , Ned Sherrin
Editor DONALD BAVERSTOCK BBC Manchester
A musical entertainment by The Philip Jones Brass Ensemble with Mary Thomas (soprano)
THE PHILIP JONES BRASS ENSEMBLE, formed in 1951, pioneered the performances of brass chamber music in England, and in this programme they play a selection of their repertoire ranging from the 16th century to the present day. Trumpets:
PHILIP JONES , ELGAR HOWARTH PETER REEVE , JOHN MILLER
JOHN IVESON , ROGER BRENNER
DAVID PURSER , RAYMOND FREMRU Horn: IFOR JAMES
Tuba : JOHN FLETCHER
Percussion : DAVID CORKHILL
Designer JOHN O'BARA
Producer IAN ENGELMANN
Cary Cooper , Rita Hayworth Van Heain , Tab Hunter
In 1916 United States troops are engaged in Mexico, tracking down Pancho Villa's forces. US Army Major Thomas Thorn is appointed Awards Omcer with the task of selecting five men to receive the Congressional Medal of Honour. With his nve candidates and Adelaide Geary , an American woman accused of treason. Thorn sets out on the long journey to US base at Cordura.
Director ROBERT ROSSEN fitms.- pace 10
Major Thomas Thorn:
Sgt John Chawk:
Lt William Fowler:
Cpl Milo Trubee:
Pte Andrew Hetherington: