Story: The King's Breakfast by A. A. MILNE Presenters
Sarah Long , Stuart McGugan
Pianist RICHARD BROWN
Designer RICHARD BRACKENBURY Scriptwriter IRENE COCKROFT Director NICK wilson Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELSATE
A series of 19 programmes for childminders.
12: Help! I Need Somebody
What special arrangements do childminders have to make in case of accidents?
Presented by BRIAN REDHEAD
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
Series producer DAVID ALLEN
A Parents and Children series of 16 programmes looking at the emotional and physical experience of pregnancy and the first weeks of life.
6: This week CLAIRE WOOLFORD looks at how people cope with the changes brought about by pregnancy and how ante-natal classes prepare women practically and psychologically for approaching parenthood. CLAIRE RAYNER answers a viewer's letter in her 'problem page.'
Producer DICK FOSTER
Claire Rayner Answers Your 100 Questions on Pregnancy, 95p, from bookshops
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A Geology of Britain
A series of ten programmes on the ways in which the landscapes around us reveal the fascinating story of their own evolution. 6: Back to Base
Some of the oldest rocks in the world are exposed in Britain and special techniques are needed to decipher their history.
Presented by IAN MERCER
With PROFESSOR JANET WATSON and DR TREVOR FORD
Directed by JUDY BROOKS
Produced by BRENDA HORSFIELD
The news, the people, the issues in Britain and around the world presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells Newsreader Peter Woods
PETER IBBOTSON, GEORGE WALKER Editor DAVID WITHEROW
A year in the life of the Exmoor veterinary surgeon Alec McGuinness
FREDDIE JONES narrates a documentary reflecting the changing moods of Somerset, and the daily dilemmas facing a busy vet. His practice covers 1,000 square miles, from the Bristol Channel spreading east to Taunton and south across Exmoor into Devon.
The film records a busy year that took the vet from Dunster to Dublin. Moorland farms and lonely lambing-barns contrast with steeplechasing, polo, fox-hunting and the bustle of the small-animal clinic.
Film editor PHIL MUTTON
Executive producer MICHAEL CROUCHER Producer COLIN GODMAN. BBC Bristol
Acts new to television introduced by Norman Vaughan
Tonight: Sweet Something, John Love, Eddie Sunday, Jo Gurr, Patti Sommers
with Ronnie Brody, and JOHNNY HOWARD AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Sound KEITH GUNN
Designer TONY BURROUGH Director ROY NORTON Producer ROY RONNIE
The only borstal in Britain where girls are kept behind bars - Bullwood Hall -is tucked away in the Essex countryside. For the girls sentenced to time here, it's the end of the road. Every other form of treatment has failed. Crime amongst young girls has tripled in the past ten years so Bullwood must cope with a wide cross-section of offenders - violent and non-violent, normal and subnormal, teenage mothers, burglars and prostitutes.
Bullwood has many critics and, four years ago, the Younger Committee recommended it should close. It just wasn't suitable. All that's happened since is that the number of inmates has increased by 60 per cent.
John Pitman and a camera crew were allowed to film in Bullwood for seven days and to meet some of the girls who talked openly about their lives.
A wry look at ourselves and others in a programme of words and music spoken and sung by Mari Griffith, Clive Graham, Michael Lacey, Joe Lynch and Artro Morris from MV St Columba somewhere between Holyhead and Dun Laoghaire.
Producer JACK WILLIAMS
In the studio Cheap Trick
The Rubinoos and Spitballs Introduced by Bob Harris
Director JOHN BURROWES
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Rosalind Shanks reads
An Instant on the Viaduct by JENNY JOSEPH