Year 2 - Trade Unions and the Economy. Ten programmes for trade unionists.
4: The Right to Work
Five programmes. 4: The Observers A team of film-makers explains how and why they observe the normally hidden activities of diplomats, businessmen, civil servants and local authorities...
Producer IAN WOOLF
A series of ten programmes 4: Peace with Honour
Neville Chamberlain is frequently identified simply with Munich and damned for it. But what determined the policy of appeasement, how did it change between 1937 and 1939 and how did Chamberlain maintain his position after September 1939?
With LORD BUTLER, LORD HOME
THE RT HON MALCOLM MACDONALD Written and presented by PROFESSOR DAVID DILKS
Producer HOWARD SMITH
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of ten programmes SiteVelo
If you thought the French for bicycle was ' bicyclette' this programme is for you. Le vélo is not just a two-wheeled machine, nor even merely a sport: in France it's more a way of life. YVES MON-TAND sings its praises, and there's a mobile video report on the Tour de France.
Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion, with Richard Kershaw and David Sells including Foreign Report Newsreader Peter Woods
for the BBC2 Trophy First Quarter Final Salford v Oldham
David Watkins's last minutedropped goal at Whitehaven has earned Salford a home tie agamst Oldham, who unexpectedly Mat Warrington in another close match in the previous round.
Highlights of the first half and live coverage of the second half from the Willows.
Commentator EDDIE WARING
Producer nick hunteb , BBC Manchester
A series of six programmes starring
Tim Brooke-Taylor Graeme Garden Bill Oddie with Bryan Pringle and CHARLES STEWART , JOHN MULLANEY BRIAN ROGERS , KENNY WARWICK
This week, the Goodies delve into their ancestry, discover entwined roots and crossed paths leading, inexorably back to a strange circular edifice.
Choreographer RUTH PEARSON Stunt adviser STUART FELL
Written by GRAEME GARDEN and BILL ODDIE with TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR Music by BILL ODDIE , DAVE MACRAN Designer PAULINE HARRISON Producer JIM FRANKLIN Director BOB SPIERS
A free-wheeling adaptation of the Chinese classic.
A thousand years ago, in China, the souls of 108 knights were re-to fight the tyranny and corruption of the Government. They lived by their wits and their swords in the marshy lands of the water margins of Lian Shan Po. Lin Chung was their leader and never "a day went by without a damsel to be rescued or a wrong to be put right.
Kao Chiu persecutes one of the noblest and richest families in China, as Lin Chung sets off on a journey.
English adaptation by DAVID WEIR
D bbing director MICHAEL BAKEWELL Produced by NTY, Tokyo
Chai Huan Cheh:
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
6: A Beautiful Way, to Travel
Hanging motionless in a basket at the whim of the wind - adrift with the clouds in the stillness of the break of day - or gliding slowly down to earth in the lengthening shadows of dusk; at first sight, hardly the image of sportsmen straining every sinew of success; Yet here in Britain this summer, Don Cameron and Dick Wirth were each hoping to become World Champion - competing in hot-air balloons-and we follow their fortunes as they took to the skies. Riding on the wind, balloon pilots throw all their skills into grasping what little control they can find; a sudden gust of wind, and precious yards are lost as they attempt to steer their rudderless craft towards a target. Winning takes skill, courage - and luck. But win or lose, with nature so supremely in command, the elegant, aimless journey of hot-air balloons across the sky is, above everything else, a beautiful way to travel.
PETER MIDDLETON , NICK GIFFORD Sound JOHN HAYES , LEO POLLINI Film editor TONY PORTER Producer DAVID FILKIN
takes a look at today's rock music In the studio Louisiana Red and The Movies
Introduced by Bob Harris
Director JOHN BURROWES
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Hugh Burden reads
Leda by BARBARA NORMAN