6.40 Complex Human Ecosystems
7.5 Stantonbury: A Curriculum Blueprint
7.30 The Novel and TV: 1
Story: Great Day for Up Written by DR SEUSS Illustrated by QUENTIN BLAKE Presenters
DELIA MORGAN , JOHNNY BALL
Pianist PETER PETTINGER Designer JOHN ANDERSON
Written and directed by MARTIN FISHER Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
4.55 Sulphuric Acid
5.20 Fractional Distillation
6.10 Chicago's Transport
6.35 The Bauhaus at Weimar
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of ten programmes presented by BOB SYMES-SCHUTZMANN 3 : Controlled Flight Model Aircraft
Fly gliders, helicopters, aerobatic and scale models by radio control. Fly combat and team-racing models by control-line.
Studio director JOHN RICKWORD
Producer PETER RIDING
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Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion with Richard Kershaw Including every Friday
Westminster Report presented by Noel Lewis
Newsreader Angela Rippon
Editor JOHN TISDALL
celebrates the 100th programme from Clacks Farm
Arthur Billitt looks back on the improvements which have been made at Clacks Farm during the past eight years and Peter Seabrook reflects on the changing tastes and fashions in vegetables in the 70s. As well, of course, as giving topical advice in the fruit and vegetable gardens.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham
The price of a ilb of tea may soon double. For 13 years it was unchanged. Now wholesale tea prices have gone up from 75p a kilo to 270p in less than a year.
In The Money Programme John Roberts examines the reasons for these high prices. Who is getting the extra money? Plantation owners? Tea brokers or the big tea retailers?
Producers HELEN JENKINS , DAVID MILLS Editor PAUL ELLIS
A duel of words and wit between
Russell Harty , Joanna Lumley and Patrick Campbell
Bryan Forbes , Nanette Newman Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director BRIAN PENDERS
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
A series of documentary films beginning with three programmes which portray the lives of women whose husbands have been sent to prison.
Kathy is at the end. In 24 hours her husband Steve will be released. He has served 18 months in Wandsworth Prison for robbery. She has served 18 months on the 12th floor of a high-rise council block coping with all the problems of a one-parent family for being the wife of a convict. Kathy has had to bear the stigma of 'guilt by association' that attaches to all prisoners' wives, and she has watched with mounting horror the erosion of her four children's emotional stability.
The joy of her husband's release is underscored with the anxiety of living with a man again, and the knowledge that their future will depend on Steve getting a job and curbing his drinking. Unless that occurs, she will slide into the nightmare world of the battered wife.
by GEORGE MOORE The BBC2 Serial
Dramatised in four parts by DOUGLAS LIVINGSTONE Part 3
Abandoned by William, spurned by society, Esther faces the daunting prospect of bringing up her child alone.
The Embassy World
ALEX 'HURRICANE'. HIG-GINS is officially expected to reach the final once againTtlhis year. But EDDIE CHARLTON , REX WILLIAMS, PERRIE MANS and DOUG MOUNTJOY will all be hoping to upset the brilliant star and qualify for tomorrow's final.
ALAN WEEKS introduces highlights from the second Semi-final from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. - Commenltaitor TED LOWE
Producer NICK HUNTER BBC Manchester
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