6.40 Resource Development. 7.5 The Reasonable Militant. 7.30 Poetry in Public.
Live coverage of the fourth day in Brighton. Reporting team
Robin Day and David Dimbleby with Robert McKenzie
Story: The King's Handkerchief
Presenters DELIA MORGAN , JOHNNY BALL
Further coverage from Brighton
PETER KENYATTA MARGARET DOUGLAS
2.0 Live coverage of the afternoon's debates.
Outside broadcast producer Producer Editor
4.55 The Rise of Electricity. 5.20 Solids, Liquids and Gases. 5.45 Incomes Policy.
1.10 Therapeutic Community. 6.35 Maths Analysis - Convergence.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy A Walk Throuqh the Hills ...
In the steps of the dinosaur through the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset. A ten-mile walk, but a journey through 150-million years of geological time.
Producer MIKE DAUBNEY
Presented by Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler with Richard Kershaw and David Sells Newsreader Peter Woods
from Clacks Farm with Arthur Billitt and Peter Seabrook
The greatest cost saver in the garden is propagating one's own plants. Rooting cuttings is the simplest way of doing this, taking soft, half ripe and hard wood from perennial plants and even rooting cuttings from the leaves.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR. BBC Birmingham
When The City Smiles ...
When the City smiles, can we smile too? Most people have savings in the City - in insurance companies, pension funds, or as small investors in the Stock Exchange. Over the last few years because of inflation our savings have fallen in value. So, does the City's new confidence mean better times around the corner?
John Roberts reports.
Deputy editor DAVID GRAHAM
Editor PAUL ELLIS
A new television special starring this very popular and romantic singer. His 14 songs include ' I'm Stone In Love With You ', ' Misty ', ' Pieces of Dreams ', ' Yellow Roses on her Gown ' and ' When a Child is Born '.
Musical director JAMES BARNETT Solo harp THELMA OWEN .
Sound PETER ROSE. Lighting BILL MILLAR Designer STEVE BROWNSEY Producer
Every five minutes of every day, someone somewhere in Britain takes an overdose of drugs. While our suicide rate is among the lowest in the world and falling, our overdose rate is among the highest and rising by ten per cent each year, especially among teenage girls. Psychiatrists call these unhappy people 'parasuicides'; hospital doctors call overdosing a 'national epidemic'.
Anne is 18; an alcoholic; living in London; she has taken a dozen overdoses. Why? Did she really want to kill herself? She says: 'It's mainly for help'. How likely is she to do it again? Horizon looks at those who are making this cry for help and those who are trying to answer it. Overdosing is a sad by-product of modern living; it is also a practical economic burden costing the NHS Â£5 million a year. Overdosers already occupy one emergency bed in every five; if things go on as they are, by 1984 they will occupy them all.
Film editor COLIN MOFFAT
Editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
Written and produced by CHRISTOPHER RILEY
by LEO TOLSTOY
Dramatised in 10 parts by DONALD WILSON Part 1 starring
Nicola PageUp Stuart Wilsoa
Robert Robinson introduces the new series with a profile of Richard Adams
1 For a man who has been in the office at ten o'clock with a clean collar for 25 years, this is a wonderful life.'
RICHARD ADAMS was 54 when his first book, Watership Down, made him world famous. The rabbit saga, first told as a story to his children, has now sold five million copies. Adams's second novel, Shardik, was another best-seller and now his third, The Plague Dogs, is just out.
ROBERT ROBINSON visited Adams on the Isle of Man, where he now lives, to talk to him about fame and fortune and about work in progress, which includes a new departure - an erotic novel.
Film cameraman DEREK BANKS Film editor CHRIS LOVETT Producer WILL WYATT
To mark the Liszt Festival of London TERENCE jtiDD (piano) plays Concert Study No 3