6.40 Making a Microscope. 7.5 Transition Elements, Oxidation States. 7.30 Harmony.
Today TAJUNISSA HASNAIN talks about 'Adult Education Centres', PARVEEN MIRZA about Good Manners ', and KAILESH PURI about 'Voluntary Social Work'. The story is The Crow and the Dove read by RANI DUBE and the music item is a geet performed by TAHIRA SAYED.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL. An Asian Unit presentation. BBC Birmingham
11.25 Hotel and Catering Industry. 4.55 Cognitive Styles. 5.20 Sliye - Field Evidence. 5.45 Energy Transfer: Chemicals.
6.10 Enzymes in Industry. 6.35 Moral Responsibility,
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of five programmes presented by Geoffrey Smith 3:Patio Plants
Flowers in tubs and hanging baskets have an attraction all of their own and can become a prime feature of the garden. By using plants in containers, GEOFFREY SMITH changes the cold concrete exterior of a house in Manchester to one which says ' welcome' to anyone who calls.
Series producer PETER RIDING Director BRIAN DAVIES
Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells Newsreader Peter Woods
A five-part series: programme 2
Tonight, John Huntley looks at the films of the Williamson Kinematograph Company of Brighton and Hove, whose productions of Attack on a China Mission, A Big Swallow and Fire are acknowledged as early cinema classics.
James Williamson 's family business produced hundreds of farcical comedies, trick films and action dramas which were exported all over the world, and established Williamson as a major film producer in the Bioscope Days.
Film editor ALAN KNIGHT
Producer PATRICK TAGGART
A series of six programmes
An exploration in Derbyshire with W. G. Hoskins
3: No Stone Unturned
The peaks and vales of Derbyshire and the placid slow-running Derwent seem at first to be untouched by man's handiwork. Yet these are the landscapes of two industries-one dead and the other very much alive. PROFESSOR WILLIAM HOSKINS shows US how these industries produced their own landscape and also how, in a curious hidden way, both are linked together.
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Film editor ALAN LEWENS Producer PETER JONES
(A shortened version of these programmes is appearing every week in THE LISTENER)
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Barry Norman , Kate Nelligan and Patrick Campbell
Richard Beekinsale , Sue Lawley Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON , BILL TODMAN Director ALAN BELL
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
Ice Age by TANKRED DORST , translated by NEVILLE PLAICE AND STEPHEN PLAICE starring Anthony Quayle with Mike Gwilym , Joyce Redman Michael Williams
' You should have thrown the hand-grenade.' ' I've still got it!'
An unexpected stranger arrives at the old people's home in Norway where a famous writer is kept in confinement after the war. Should he be brought to trial for collaborating with the Nazis? Or will the young partisan carry through his original plan to kill him?
Sound JOHN HOLMES
Lighting JOHN SUMMERS Designer CHRIS PEMSEL
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS Producer JAMES CELLAN JONES Director DAVID JONES
The Old Man:
Savings Bank manager:
Man with compass:
Lady in wheelchair:
Sister of lady in wheelchair:
Man with monkey mask:
Man with camera:
DR ROY STRONG talks about The Nativity by PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA , reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees, The National Gallery, London.