6.40 Movement of Substances in Plants
7.30 The Relevance of Sociology
Story: Archie and Auntie. Written by SHIRLEY GEE Presenters
JULIE STEVENS , STUART MCGUGAN
A series of 19 programmes 11: Safe as Houses
Book (same title) fl.00, from bookshops
The last of ten programmes about communicating through the spoken word.
The Words behind the Words
Signs and symbols play an important part in our daily lives, but how well do they do the job for which they are intended?
IAN SIMPSON invites you to join a group of students to consider some of the problems involved in creating a visual language.
Producer VICTOR poole
A personal view of childhood in different societies by URIE BRONFENBRENNER
Goals for the Future
Family breakdown, violence and vandalism-are these the inevitable by-products of a materialistic, industrial society? What kind of world do we want for our children and how should our priorities be changed to achieve it? with DR MIA KELLMER PRINGLE and DR A. H. HALSEY
Narrator PAUL BARNES
Producers DICK FOSTER and EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
Dr Mia Kellmer
Dr A. H.
4.55 Maths: Complex Functions
5.20 Woodland Decomposers
5.45 Instrumentation: Strain Gauging
6.10 Geophysical Techniques
6.35 Atoms, Elements and Isotopes (1)
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of 25 programmes Spanish for beginners Programme 23
Boofc (same title) £1.00, records 1 and 2
11.62, or cassettes 1 and 2 £2.81
Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion including every Tuesday Foreign Report from the BBC's correspondents around the world.
With Richard Kershaw , David Sells Newsreader Richard Whitmore
Editor JOHN TISDALL
Spanish Television - Breaking the Grip?
' Give me ten minutes on television and I could bring down the government', an eminent Economics Professor commented in Madrid, ' that's why I'm not asked to appear! '
If the Spanish press, radio and cinema are now virtually free, television remains largely controlled by the past. There have been changes since Franco's death -more coverage of home news, and scantily-clad girls are permitted but political freedom seems still a long way off. Most Spaniards have a lot to say about their television: Frank Gillard , in Madrid, spoke to some of them.
Producer MARYSE ADDISON
The third of six programmes starring Diana Rigg This week with Tony Britton
Bitter Suite by HUGH LEONARD
Entrance Fee adapted from a short story by ALEXANDER WOOLCOTT
Public Lives by KEITH WATERHOUSE and WILLIS HALL
Incidental music by DENNIS WILSON Costumes DORINDA REA
Make-up CHERYL WRIGHT
Designers AUSTIN RUDDY , TONY SNOADEN Producer MICHAEL MILLS
Investigates, Discovers, Questions With ANNA FORD, JEREMY JAMES
JEANNE LA CHARD , JACK PIZZEY
NICK ROSS , HAROLD WILLIAMSON This week:
Grow - or be Damned!
Invest! Expand! Modernise !
We've been told it endless times - with industrial growth lies th( promised land of full employment a healthy balance of payments prosperity for all. But some industrialists are holding back. Why? Because, they say, the rewards are negligible - and highly taxable; the ' disincentives ' make the risks not worth taking. As one company chairman puts it, ' No Minister is going to bail us out with L4 million if something goes wrong.'
Tonight, Man Alive asks three successful firms why they are standing still. If their attitudes are typical, it is worrying news for all of us - and it will take more than exhortation to get Great Britain Ltd going.
Producer TIM SLESSOR Editor MICHAEL LATHAM
In this weekly series, the great jazz pianist plays and brings together a number of guests who enjoy and talk about their music.
Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting GEOFF SHAW Designer JOHN HURST
Producer COLIN STRONG
Duo - Trio
Quartet - Quintet Septet
Jacqueline du Pre play the Ghost Trio, Opus 70 No 1
Director CHRISTOPHER NUPEN
ROSALIND SHANKS reads
Needles by CHRISTINE FURNIVAL