6.40 Using a Computer
7.30 Shapes in Atoms
Story: The Cat and the New House Written by MARION GREEN Presenters this week
Sarah Long , Don Spencer
4.55 Radio Isotope Techniques
5.20 Buoyancy in Marine Animals
5.45 Heavy Metal Tolerance
6.10 Foundation Maths
6.35 Statistics and Reliability
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of ten programmes 7: The Landscape
Have you ever said to yourself I wish I could paint? IAN simpsox shows you how to begin.
Director TERRY DOYLE
Producer VICTOR POOLE
Book (same title), 80p, from bookshops
Introduced and narrated by Harold Evans
Editor, The Sunday Times
The last in a series of four films about the world of journalism in different countries. Each is a portrait of a publication that stands outside the mainstream of its own society.
Proceso in Mexico
In a country where traditionally the press is wary of criticising the government and bribery of journalists is commonplace, one man. Julio Scherer , attempted to clean up the system. His courageous editorship of Mexico City's leading daily newspaper, Excelsior, where he fought vigorously for the principle of free speech, was abruptly curtailed by a government-inspired coup against him.
Today he edits an independent magazine, Proceso, possibly the only truly unfettered publication in the Mexican press. His lone struggle has been supported from abroad, especially in the United States. This summer Atlas Press gave him their award as International Editor of the Year.
Executive producer WILL WYATT Director IAIN JOHNSTONE
from Scotland presents
Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen from Denmark,
Carlos Bonell from Spain, and Swing!e II from London accompanied by BRIAN FAHEY and THE SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA leader IAN TYRE
Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting GEORGE FERGUSON Designer DAVID MCKENZIE
ProducerIAIN MACFADYEN. BBC Scotland
From the novel by Peter Prince
'It's dangerous here. I'm all alone. I'm exposed. And I've got no gift with the kids anyway.' But the Playleader finds a way to survive.
"...Always interesting, full of neat detail." (Guardian)
From the novel by:
A series of programmes about the law and legal issues.
If you have ever fallen foul of the law; or tried to get it on your side; or become lost in the maze of legislation which surrounds almost every aspect of life, you may need this programme.
Nick Ross , Norma Shepherd and Michael Molyneux set out to untangle legal wrangles, make sense of new laws - and talk to people who question the old ones.
Executive producer PETER CHAFER Producer MICHAEL HOGAN
June Mendoza paints Lord Willis (Ted Willis) the creator of Dixon of Dock Green.
'Best show on television', said Viscount Montgomery, 'Always got a moral'. A trait Willis reversed by attempting to 'murder' the whole cast of Mrs Dale's Diary.
post that mentions
from Forest Hills
US Open Championships Highlights of the Final Day's Play including the Men's Singles Final.
With prize money totalling almost half-a-million dollars for this tournament the entry list is a WHO'S WHO of tennis. Including BJORN BORG and JIMMY CONNORS who met in the Wimbledon Final earlier this year; and for the winning finalist a prize of 33,000 dollars.
Commentator DAN MASKELL
Outside broadcast presentation cas Producer BOB DUNCAN