7.5 Cells and Organisms
7.30 Instrumentation: Strain Gauging
Story: Kate and Sam go out Written and illustrated by MICHAEL and JOANNE COLE
Presenters this week
Julie Stevens , Stuart McGugan
Book: More Stories from Play School, 35p, from bookshops.
Ten programmes for physically disabled people.
10: After the Snowdon Report
This final programme looks at what still needs to be done to integrate disabled people into a society largely designed for the able-bodied.
Presenters JILL LUMB and CORBET WOODALL
Producer CHARLES PASCOE
Series producer ian woolf
A series of ten programmes
10: School and Community (part 2) HARRY RÉE argues that The Sutton Centre, a Nottinghamshire Community School, provides the kind of context in which the issues raised in this series might be resolved.
Producer ROGER OWEN
4.55 Metals and the Electrochemical Series
5.20 Maths Analysis - Functions
5.45 Man-Powered Aircraft (2)
6.10 Foundation Maths
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion
Newsreader. Richard Whitmore
One year in Heddington, Wiltshire. A documentary serial in seven parts 5: Of feuds and flags, pheasants and fêtes
May brings a double set-back for village schoolmaster John Stot hard. Voted off the Parish Council, he is foiled in his scheme for securing the Chairmanship to a friend. The Church becomes a Court for the day, as the Chancellor of the Diocese adjudicates on whether the Elizabethan flagon can be auctioned off to defray the cost of a new roof. It's pheasant-rearing time. Lord Shelburne's game-keepers need all their skill to bring the baby birds to the peak of their condition - in time to face the guns in the autumn.
Directed and narrated by DAVID PRITCHARD
Film editor JOHN BARNES
Producer MARK ANDERSON
starring Freddie Starr with guests
Guys 'n' Dolls, Henry Cooper
THE NIGEL LYTHGOE DANCERS
Choreography NIGEL LYTHGOE
Musical director ARTHUR GREENSLADE Designer MARTIN COLLINS Producer TERRY HUGHES
by ALEXANDRE DUMAS FILS
Adapted in two parts; and translated by EDMOND GOSSE starring
Kate Nelligan as Marguerite Peter Firth as Armand
1: The beautiful courtesan, Marguerite Gautier , is the rage of Paris. Living for pleasure, she knows better than to fall in love; and then she meets Armand Duval.
Music by CARL DAVIS
Producer RICHARD BEYNON
Director ROBERT KNIGHTS
Alexandre Dumas Fils:
Comte de Nef:
A personal view by John Kenneth Galbraith of the rise and crisis of Industrial Society 11: The Metropolis
' The City is the focus of the problems of modern society - its uncertainty, crisis, hope, despair.'
PROFESSOR GALBRAITH looks at the economic and social forces that turned the magnificent conception of the Princely City step by step into the modern Metropolis with all its tensions. He analyses the interaction of these tensions and ways in which the initial sense of order and pride can be recaptured.
PHIL MEHEUX , HENRY FARRAR Film editor PAM BOSWORTH
Associate producer ROBYN MENDELSOHN Producer MICK JACKSON
Executive producer ADRIAN MALONE
Book (same title), £7.25, from bookshops
The first of five nightly programmes Duo -Trio-
Quartet - Quintet - Septet
Tonight Isaac Steam and Gina Bachauer play the Spring Sonata for violin and piano, Op 24
Director PAUL SALINGER
Executive producer RUTH LEON
Produced for the JERUSALEM MUSIC CENTRE by MENAKHEM SHUVAL
The programme in which the BBC hands over air-time to the public Tonight:
The Save London's Theatres
Campaign proudly presents A Good Old Daze
A musical melodrama starring John Gielgud , Penelope Keith and Leonard Sachs and featuring members of THE PLAYERS THEATRE f The programme traces the history of the attack on our nation's theatres from property speculators and other philistines and the stirring account of the battle to protect our cultural heritage. In 1972, in London alone, no less than 16 theatres, including the Shaftesbury and the Criterion, were threatened - today they still stand. The story concludes with the Campaign's main achievement -the creation of the Theatres
Trust to protect all theatres for the benefit of the nation.'
Made by the Save London's Theatres Campaign with the help of the BBC's Community Programme Unit
Rosalind Shanks reads In a Convent Garden by ALAN BROWNJOHN