6.40 Disaster Simulation (2) Debriefing.
7.5 North Sea Oil. 7.31 Ecological Sampling.
Story: The Magpie's Nest (trad) Adapted by MIKE ROSEN Presenters
Carol Leader, Brian Cant
or cassette (MRMC 045).
Bang on a Drum songs from Play School and Play Away, record (REC 242). or cassette <MRMC 004). from record shops
4.55 The Imperial Roman Army 5.20 Palaontology and Geological Time. 5.45 Maths - Numerical Methods 6.10 M 101/8 Inequalities. 6.35 Technology -Mechanics.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing. followed by Weather on 2
A series of ten programmes on making children's clothes. Presented by ANN LADBURY 8:Day Dress, Nightdress
School dress, party dress, nightdress - ANN LADBl'RY shows how one pattern will make them all, with special tips on setting in sleeves.
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer JENNY ROGERS
Book (same title), £4.50. from bookshops
Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells Newsreader Richard Baker
A second series of eight episodes. starring Edward Woodward Robert Lang , Lisa Harrow and Yvonne Mitchell with Tony Doyle , David McKail 8:What Pleases the Prince... by WILFRED GREATOREX
' We always said there'd be Peace Crimes Trials one day ... We're winning now. There'll have to be a purge of the PCD soon.'
Series devised by WILFRED GREATOREX Theme music JOHN CAMERON
Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Film editor SHEILA. TOMLINSON Designer JOHN HURST
Producer PRUDENCE FITZGERALD Director ALAN GIBSON
starring in a programme which features some of her own famous comedy characters.
Special guests John Standing Avril Elgar , Susan Engel
Derek Fowlds , John Wyman and Malcolm McDowell
Original scripts by ARTHUR MACRAE
N. F. SIMPSON , JOHN MORTIMER , JOE ORTON
MIKE CRAIG , I.AWRIE KINSLEY , RON MCDONNELL PAUL DEHN. Additional material NEIL SHAND Artistic direction and staging WILLIAM CHAPPELL
Musical director BURT RHODES Designer KEITH CHEETHAM
Producer ROBIN NASH
by DESMOND WILCOX
The last of 13 programmes The Football Coach
He punches photographers, attacks referees, curses and pummels his players. He has even blacked his own eyes, while in a rage. He's the most colourful figure in American sport today. Woody Hayes is coach to the Ohio State University football team, The Buckeyes. He believes in only one thing - winning. College football, in America today, is big business and one of the most dramatic aspects of the American sporting scene. Top teams, like The Buckeyes, pack stadiums wherever they play and are followed by millions on television. And the key figure in these contests between American gladiators is the coach, the man who, in order to survive, must drive each year's team to victory.
WOODY HAYES may be a man of tyrannical rages, but he still produces winning teams and puts more players into pro-football than any other single college. He works a seven-day week. 52 weeks a year. Football is his life. He's 65 now and no one can really believe he will ever retire.
Photography IAN STONE
Film recordist JOHN HORE Film editor ALAN LYGO
Historical adviser prof MARCUS CUNLIFFE Research TRISTAN ALLSOP
Executive producer ADAM CLAPHAM Producer IAN SHARP
The programme in which the BBC hands over air time to the public. Tonight :
The Young Ukrainian Forum present Ukrainians: the People who Couldn' go Home
' The Ukraine is one of the largest but least known countries in Europe. For over 30 years 40,000 Ukrainians have preserved their culture and their traditions as exiles in Britain.
' This programme introduces a community which determinedly retains its national identity, whilst its homeland experiences continuous repression and Russification.'
Made by the Young Ukrainian Forum with the help of the Community Programme Unit
The European Badminton Championships
The Team Finals
England v Denmark
Sweden v The Netherlands
Denmark, the current European champions, won their title two years ago by the smallest possible margin when the adjudicators had to count the total number of points scored in the competition. England were, the unlucky runners-up. This time Denmark and England are again expected to contest the Final, and the result could again depend on every point scored.
Introduced bv DAVID VINE from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Commentator RODDY MACCRIMMON
(Organised by the Badminton Association of England in conjunction with The Friends' Provident Life Office) Producer NICK HUNTER
(Doubles, Friday 11.10)
Jill Balcon reads
The Fish by ELIZABETH BISHOP