6.40 Transmission Lines
7.5 Housing in Camden
Story: Dance in Time by MARTIN FISHER Presenters
Carol Chell , Chris Tranchell
FIONNA MCPHEE , NELSON FERNANDEZ
4.55 Social Psychology
5.20 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds
5.45 Air Traffic Control
6.10 The Sense Organs
6.35 Electrolytic Chlorine Cells
with sub-titles for the hard-of. hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of ten programmes for everyone who spends money on goods or services. 1: Money Back?
What, if any, are your legal rights when you buy something which turns out to be unsatisfactory? What can you do to put matters right? Paul and Cathy Anchovy buy the classic consumer durable from a shifty salesman who appears to have broken the law into little pieces. But getting their money back isn't quite as straightforward as they think.
Introduced by BRIAN REDHEAD Film report by SUE COOK
Legal interpreter DAVID TENCH of Consumers' Association
Sketches by CHRIS MILLER
Animations by TED ROCKLEY
Production ANNA JACKSON and DAVID ALLEN Book (same title), £2.30, from bookshops CEEFAX Finance Section: page 220 onwards
Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw including Westminster Report Newsreader Kenneth Kendall
with Robert Erskine
A series of eight programmes about 25 centuries of coins. 7: Desperate Measures
Charles I's coins show vividly how the King fared in his war with Parliament.
Directed by JOHN BURROWES Produced by BETTY WHITE
Has the Tide Turned?
Professor Milton Friedman gives his views on the state of the British economy.
In 1976, the year that PROFESSOR FRIEDMAN won the Nobel Prize for Economics, he predicted that there was a 50-50 chance that democracy and freedom in Britain would be destroyed within five years. His reason? Professor Friedman argued that as central and local government spending rises so the needs of government for more funds outweigh the willingness of people to pay taxes. He believes that government spending must be reduced to avoid confrontation.
Tonight, in a lecture at Strathclyde University, Professor Friedman makes a new assessment. Has government economic policy of the last two years made him reconsider his view? Has the economic tide turned for Britain?
Editor PAUL ELLIS
A series of films by MICHAEL PALIN and TERRY JONES The Curse of the Claw
The terrifying story of a man who dabbled in the dark mysteries of the Orient, and lived to tell the tale. Or did he ...?
With HILARY MASON
TENNIEL EVANS , KEITH SMITH AUBREY MORRIS , NIGEL RHODES JUDY LOE , BRIDGET ARMSTRONG
MICHAEL STAINTON , VANESSA FURSE
Designer JOHN STOUT
Directed by jim FRANKLIN
Part 3: Jerusalem
Competing with the domes and minarets of Old Jerusalem is a forest of television aerials growing higher and higher to capture not only Israeli but also Arab television from Jordan.
Set up ten years ago to counter Arab propaganda, Israeli television today has to reach a home audience of which a large part is Arabic-speaking living in occupied territory. Also in a small vulnerable country television has to build up national solidarity. How Israeli television meets both requirements in times of crisis is one illuminating aspect of the way television copes with societies in conflict.
Richard Kershaw reports from Jerusalem, home of Israeli television, in the last of this series about cities and their television.
Series editor FRANK SMITH
Assistant producer jonN WILLIAMS Producer MARYSE ADDISON
Eric D. Morley painted by Michael Noakes
' And here are the results of Miss World in reverse order ...'
On the strength of this one sentence every year, 26 million people make up their minds about the Chairman of the biggest entertainment business in the world.
The artist is equally skilful with brush and question, and persuades ERIC MORLEY to talk candidly about his early life, the press, high finance, race relations and of course Miss World.
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
DAVID VINE introduces highlights from the fifth day's play from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
DENNIS TAYLOR , seeded 4, should go through to the second round tonight in the last of the first round matches.
Commentator TED LOWE
Producer NICK HUNTER
JOHN RYE reads
The Orchid on the Rock by PETER PORTER