6.40 Organisation Development (2)
7.5 Organosilicon Compounds
7.30 Viewing the Invisible
The John Player Tournament
Further play from the Centre Court of The Park at Nottingham
4.55 Schools Council Curriculum Project
5.20 Elementary Maths - Integration
5.45 Organisations of Peace
6.10 Language and Learning
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A Parents and Children series of 16 programmes looking at the emotional and physical experience of pregnancy and the first weeks of life.
12: With the birth of Edmund Comer , all four of our babies have arrived safely. How have the couples reacted to parenthood and was it as they expected? CLAIRE WOOLFORD sees how the reality compares with their original expectations and finds out what happens when a mother visits the hospital for her postnatal checkup. With our ' problem page ' presented by CLAIRE RAYNER.
Film editor PETER ORTON Producer DICK FOSTER
Claire Rayner Answers Your 100 Questions on Pregnancy, 95p, from bookshops
Presented by Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler , including UK Report with David Sells Newsreader Peter Woods
Editor JOHN TISDALL
The films made at Ealing during the war years were closely bound to the national war effort and marked a decisive change. Heroics were no longer the prerogative of gifted amateurs of the officer class, as the news of the time reminds us.
8.0 Gaumont-British News
April 1942: Tanker survives sea attack - Tobruk enjoying a quiet spell - The King inspects paratroops.
The Foreman Went to France starring Tommy Trinder Clifford Evans
1940: Fred Carrick , foreman in an aircraft factory, is worried. Some of his firm's special purpose machinery is in France, in the path of the Nazi advance. In spite of his firm's unconcern, Fred is determined to retrieve the machinery, taking on Fifth Columnists, dive-bombers, refugees, lack of food and petrol, fires and death in the process.
Producer MICHAEL BALCON Director CHARLES FREND
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by Julian Mounter The Elephant Run
The African Elephant has survived for more than 40 million years, but many conservationists believe that his days are now numbered. Whole herds have been wiped out by ivory poachers and others have been killed simply to make room for the rapidly growing human population. In one park in Uganda, which four years ago had 16,000 elephants, there are now fewer than 3,000; and Kenya's elephant population is being reduced by an estimated 10 per cent per year. The poaching is done by poor African villagers, but the people behind the trade are often fabulously wealthy.
This film looks at the decline of the elephant populations, asks whether it is inevitable as man eats up rangeland for his farms and cities, and investigates who is behind the poaching racket.
Film editor RON MARTIN
Narrated and produced by JULIAN MOUNTER Series editors
MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol
A series of seven filmed narrative dramas
5: The Fire by FRANK BAKER
Up-country Eleanor Barron cannot hear the sea, so she returns to the Cornish coast to try and remake a life disrupted by tragedy. Most days Carnell, the old coast-guard, sees her wandering the beaches, picking up pieces of driftwood. You'd think she had the wrecking rights of the whole area.
Film cameraman JIM SAUNDERS Film editor jim CRYAN
Producer ROGER JENKINS BBC Bristol
The John Player Tournament
Highlights of the matches played today in this f55,000 Grand Prix championship at The Park, Nottingham, where the players have a chance to re-adjust their game to grass in preparation for Wimbledon, now just ten days away.
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentators DAN MASKELL
PETER WEST and JOHN BARRETT
Producers FRED VINER and JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
JOHN WILLIAMS (guitar) plays Cavatina by STANLEY MYERS