t.40 The Composer and his Audience.
7.5 The Alchemist. 7.30 Things Present - Times Past.
Live coverage of the last morning of the Labour Party Conference in Blackpool.
Reporting team: Robin Day
David Dimbleby and Robert McKenzie
Story: John Barleycorn written by HELEN PALMER illustrated by JULEK HELLER Presenters:
JOHNNY BALL and JON GLOVER
Pianist WILLIAM BLEZARD
Percussionist DON LAWSON Designer ROGER CANN
Written and directed by BARBARA DEEHAN Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Further coverage from Blackpool.
Outside broadcast producer KEN GRIFFIN Producer ROGER BOLTON
Editor MARGARET DOUGLAS
5.0 History of Electric Power 5.25 Computing. 5.50 Concorde. 6.15 Microbiology. S.40 The Semi-Detached House.
with Tony Soper Camouflage
Staying alive is a serious business for animals, and their survival means being successful in the game of hide and seek.
Juicy moths resemble broken twigs; grasshoppers look like half-hoppers and who is looking for half a meal! And there are sea creatures that you can see through. TONY SOPER wanders the veldt and visits seabird colonies in South Africa seeking marvellous examples in the art of disguise.
Film editor RON MARTIN
Producer JOHN SPARKS. BBC Bristol (First shoum on BBC 1)
Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion on events of the day. Newsreader Peter Woods
A series of eight programmes 1: In Search of a Champion
Last autumn 12 top shepherds and sheepdogs from all parts of the British Isles met at Buttermere in the Lake District for a series of television sheepdog trials. During the next seven weeks they will be seen competing in teams representing England East, England West, Scotland and Wales.
Phil Drabble (pictured) looks behind the trial course at the sheepdogs on the farm, the unique role they play, and their life-from puppies, through patient training, to working sheep on the lowlands and fells of the British countryside.
Next week all the skill and wisdom of man and dog will be put to the test as the first team, England West, competes on the trial course.
...a lucid, tranquil introduction to the trials to be shown in subsequent editions .. : (DAILY TELEGRAPH) ... simple, rewarding viewing the very best of television ...
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Producer PHILIP s. GILBERT 'Repeat)
The City and the State.
In the week of the Labour Party Conference, reporter James Bellini examines the case for nationalisation of the big Banks and the major insurance companies.
Would State control of the financial institutions of the City provide an answer to Britain's economic problems?
Assistant editor PAUL ELLIS Editor JOHN DEKKER
A new comedy series starring John Bird and John Fortune On the Other Hand
Written by JOHN BIRD and JOHN FORTUNE Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Producer DENNIS MAIN WILSON
A new series of ten programmes This week presented by Moira Anderson in a programme of the most requested popular classics.
Also featuring: Cristina Ortiz
Swingle II , BBC Choral Society and Patricia Ruanne With DAVID PICKEN
HUGH RATHBONE and TREVOR WOOD from the LONDON FESTIVAL BALLET
Musical director PETER KNIGNT Sound LARRY GOODSON Lighting BILL MILLAR Designers
DON TAYLOR , GRAEME STORY Producer YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
Marius Goring as Professor Hardy with Virginia Stride
Edgar Wreford , Peter Arne A series of ten programmes 2: Blood Line by ROGER PARKES
An Arab ruler dies in London and Hardy is caught up in a situation of political intrigue.
Designer CHRISTINE RUSCOE Producer ANDREW OSBORN
Director DAVID SULIIVAN PROUDFOOT
A series of 12 programmes in which the BBC hands over air-time to the public.
Tonight: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament All Against the Bomb
'The threat of nuclear war has receded from public attention, yet the nuclear arms race is accelerating. The British Government is reducing public spending, yet military spending continues to rise. The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament puts its case.'
Made by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament with the help of the BBC's
Community Programme Unit
MARTIN MUNCASTER reads
Short Wave by ROBERT MINHINNICK