6.40 Neural Modelling. 7.5 Urban Education: We Parents Know Better. 7.30 Language and Learning.
The Balloon Seller
Written by CATHERINE GAVIN Presenters
For the Good of the Company.
Today the annual Liberal Assembly opens in Brighton and BBC2 cameras will bring live coverage of the debates.
2.20* The opening speech by the Leader off the Liberal Party The Rt Hon David Steel, mp Reporting team
Robin Day and David Dimbleby
4.55 Alternative Technology. 5.26 Circadian Rhythms (2). 5.45 Whatever will be. 6.16 Earthquake Prediction and Prevention. 6.35 The Nucleus.
with sub-titles for the hard-ofr hearing, followed by Weather on 2
The Story of Popular Dancing The last of five programmes Let's Twist Again
A new invention called the Teenager moves centre stage; he has money for the first time and needs somewhere to spend it and a life of his own to lead. After nine centuries dance is dominated by the teenage (working class) male. With PEGGY SPENCER and CARL CLARKEM
KENNY LYN and ROGER CLENDAY
Narrated by MARTIN JARVIS
Series devised by BELINDA quirey Producer RONALD S,MEI)LEY
Book (same title), £1.60, from bookshops
Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion, with Richard Kershaw and David Sells including Foreign Report
Newsreader Richard Baker
for the BBC2 Trophy Leeds v Widnes
Less than five months ago at Wembley, Leeds beat Widnes in one of the best-ever Rugby League Cup finals. So by the luck of the draw, the cup finalists kick off the new season of floodlit matches,
LEEDS, winners of the competition in 1970-71, will be anxious to start with a win under their new floodlights and WIDNES are hoping to avenge their defeat in May.
Highlights of the first and live coverage of the second half from Headingley.
Commentator EDDIE WARING
Producer NICK HUNTER BBC Manchester
A series of films by MICHAEL PALIN and TERRY JONES The Testing of Eric Olthwaite
A boy becomes a man in the harsh world of the Depression. The rough, tough story of folk who couldn't afford to go on the Jarrow March.
Starring Michael Palin
With KENNETH COLLEY , LIZ SMITH
BARBARA NEW , JOHN BARRETT
REG LYE , PETRA MARKHAM
ANITA CAREY , CLIFFORD KERSHAW ROGER AVON, NORMAN MITCHELL
ANTHONY SMEE , MARCELLE SAMETT
Stunts MARK BOYLE , JIM DOWDALL Film cameraman PETER HALL
Sound recordist BRYAN SHOWELL , Film editor JOHN JARVIS Designer JOHN STOUT
Director JIM FRANKLIN
A free-wheeling adaptation of the Chinese classic.
Tonight: Kao Chiu Encounters a Lady Bent on Revenge
English adaptation by DAVID WEIR Produced by NTV, TOKYO
The country celebrated a Royal Jubilee. England won the Ashes. We grumbled about the weather. And there were other things to remember, too.
A series of seven new films
Reporter Anna Ford
Two teams of police patrolmen - one operating in the streets of a town called Inglewood in California, the other taking care of a patch in Brighton, Sussex. They have never met. For each pair it is another routine day peppered with routine incident. But through them, and what happens to them, you may judge for yourself where you would have preferred to spend your summer - the sunny suburb on the Pacific Ocean or the town by the often grey English Channel.
In the studio Lone Star and Crawler
Introduced by Bob Harris
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
To mark the Liszt Festival of London TERENCE JUDD (piano) plays Petrarch Sonnet 123