9.55 Open Forum - Open Discussion on ou topics
10.55 The Pre-school Child - Going Shopping
The Fraud Machine
A look at computer frauds.
Robert Robinson talks to James Lees-Milne and visits some of the houses mentioned in his books.
The County Championship reached the semi-final stage yesterday. Rugby Special brings you highlights of one of the matches from England's premier competition.
Commentator NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Series producer bill taylor
10: Zulu Zion
News of the week plus a visual commentary, with Angela Rippon
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Part 2: The Difficult Bit
Last week's programme followed the adventures and misadventures of four men in three massive 40-ton lorries who left England seven days ago on a 5,000-mile journey through 11 countries. Their destination, Doha - capital of the newly-rich oil Emirate of Qatar. This week it's ' Goodbye Europe' as they set out over the Bosphorus bridge into the emptiness of Asia Minor - ahead, the Middle East and Arabia. This is ' the difficult bit', in some places there will be no road at all.
Not so many years ago this journey might have been considered a major piece of world exploration. Now for these four drivers it's just a job, but not an easy one. Narrator BENNY GREEN
Assistant producerSIMON NORMANTON ProducerTONY SALMON
Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
by LEO TOLSTOY. Dramatised in tea parts by DONALD WILSON : 10 The Classic Serial starring Nicola Pagett
Eric Porter , Stuart Wilson
Levin and Kitty look to a bright future, but shadows are gathering over Vronsky and Anna. For her, the future holds only uncertainty.
Costume designer JOAN ELLACOTT Make-up artist ANN AILES Designer DEREK DODD
Producer DONALD WILSON
Executive producer KEN RIDINGTON Director BASIL COLEMAN
van Der Burgh
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Oscar Peterson on Improvisation
One of the greatest pianists in the history of jazz, Oscar Peterson , explains what happens during the process of improvisation. He is joined by the diisitaguisihed Danish bass player Niels Pedersen and veteran trumpeter Roy Eldridge
Sound PETER ROSE
Lighting JOHN TREAVS
Executive producer john drummonb Producer ALAN BENSON
Dave Rio starring in Rio Grande Introduced by Rene Cutforth
There's something about the romance of the Wild West that stirs the blood, but for DAVE RIO it became a total obsession. He spent every hour of his leisure living like a Hollywood cowboy, even to the point of adopting his Western-style name by deed poll. In 1976 Dave Rio was the fastest gun in Britain and at the National Fast Draw Championships he hoped to come out on top again, but like the old days of the Wild West, there were plenty of challengers at the shoot-out for the title.
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Director PETER HERCOMBE
starring Phyllis Diller
Milo O'Shea , Billie Whitelaw
Jerome Epstein described his film adaptation of Elmer Rice 's play as ' a labour of love ' and his enthusiasm has added a lyricism and charm missing from the original. For 25 years Mr Zero has been a downtrodden book-keeper in a big store. His only refuge from a nagging wife is an imaginary love affair with Daisy, a girl at work. Then he learns that he has been made redundant by an adding machine.
Directed by JEROME EPSTEIN
(First showing on British television) Films: page 10