6.40 Technology: Goals and Conflicts
7.5 Patterning of the Vote
7.30 A Local Government System
(Full details on BBCl at 4.0 pm)
5.25 Geology: Granite
5.50 Computer Peripherals
6.15 Foundation Maths: Logic
A series of five programmes
The flute has age-old magical associations. Aztec slaves played it before being sacrificed: in Africa it brought rain and was a giver of life. David Munrow recreates the music and myth of early instruments before an invited audience. with Alan Lumsden and guest James Tyler
Written by DAVID MUNROW Producer VICTOR POOLE
Series devised and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK
with Ludovic Kennedy Richard Kershaw Richard Baker
Throughout the week Newsday brings you the news and a series of personal and topical interviews and discussions with leading personalities in the country and from all over the world.
Producer JOHN REYNOLDS
A film series about a family of pioneer stock who struggle to survive during the Depression of the early 30s. starring
Richard Thomas as John-Boy Michael Learned as Olivia Walton Ralph Waitc as John Walton Will Geer as Grandpa and Ellen Corby as Grandma
At last prosperity seems to be just around the corner for the Waltons. But suddenly an overwhelming disaster strikes the family ...
Based on EARL HAMNER 's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain Executive producer LEE RICH
Based on the novels of Anthony Trollope
Written for television in 22 parts by Simon Raven
Starring Susan Hampshire, Philip Latham
and Roland Culver as the Duke of Omnium
John Grey and Alice have married. After the Palliser christening, which Phineas attended, the Government fell and Plantagenet waited to see if he would be offered the Exchequer again.
Written for television by:
Madame Max Goesler:
Duke of St Bungay:
The Children of Peru
In the slums around Lima children starve while Peru exports millions of tons of fish protein to feed our pigs. A large part of Peru's most fertile land is devoted to cash crops-for export. Malnutrition is widespread. Indeed research by a young English girl points to a condition far worse than anyone expected.
The spectacular high Andes are the source of the potato, one of the world's most important food crops. Yet even in Peru potatoes are too scarce and too expensive.
Tonight's Horizon asks why dramatic new discoveries in crops and animal breeding are not helping the families who should benefit, and tells the heartening story of a mountain community who, against all the odds, are determined to help themselves. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor MICHAEL RlGG Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Written and produced by MICHAEL ANDREWS
The songs of Ian Campbell and his Folk Group Granite North
IAN CAMPBELL writes and sings of his birthplace. Aberdeen - there's the new oil but the old fishing; the selling up of farms but The Spirit of the Highlands Captured in this amber dew
Photography DAVID WHITSON
Musical arranger JOHN DUNKERLEY Recorded by CHRIS LYCETT Film editor FAUL CARTER
Producers JOHN BIRD, IAN SHARP
Presented by Richard Baker Weather
Leslie Sands reads An Ordinary Day by NORMAN MACCAIG