6.40 Ubu Roi
7.30 Biscuits: 2
Story: Mr Patelli's Shop by ANN REAY Presenters
Julie Stevens , Don Spencer
4.55 Schrodinger Wave Equation
5.20 Pneumatic Circuits
5.45 The Mannheim Sound
6.10 Writing Together
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Ten films about the fascinations, the frustrations and the working environment of professional engineers.
5: JOHN COPLIN is an Assistant Director (Design and Technology) of Rolls-Royce Ltd, Derby. He got his interest in engineering from helping his father to decoke the family Morgan three-wheeler and he is in his turn encouraging his three sons to be practical engineers in his own garden workshop. He was head of the design team on the RB211 engine and was in at the centre of the 1971 Rolls-Royce ' Crisis of Confidence.'
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer MICHAEL GARROD
Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells
Newsreader Kenneth Kendall
PETER IBBOTSON and GEORGE WALKER Editor DAVID WITHEROW
with Peter Seabrook visits The Royal Parks Nurseries. Established at the turn of the century, and now completely rebuilt and modernised, the Hyde Park Nurseries supply over 200,000 plants a year to the Royal Parks and Government buildings. Ashley Stephenson , the Parks Superintendent. shows PETER SEABROOK some of the preparations for the great display of fuchsias which will be the centrepiece of the Royal Parks exhibit at the Chelsea Flower Show next week.
Produced by BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham
The first of a series of six walks in which naturalists share with us their enjoyment of the countryside Over the Heath, Along the Stream with naturalists
David Streeter , Stephen Sutton and wildlife artist Robert Gillmor An early spring day in Ashdown Forest - cold and damp, with even a few patches of snow lying on the heather. But the Long-tailed tits are already building their intricate nests of lichen and moss, a wild mink goes hunting in the stream, and along the banks the wild daffodils are coming into flower.
BERNARD HEDGES , JIM SAUNDERS Film editor jim CRYAN
Producer DILYS BREESE. BBC Bristol
starring Eleanor Powell
Ann Sothern , Robert Young
Four of the top names in song-writing contributed their talents to tonight's 1941 vintage musical which follows the fortunes and misfortunes of a Tin Pan Alley duo. Eddie Crane is a composer in search of a lyricist who discovers by chance that his girl-friend, Dixie, can write a nifty rhyme. Together they ' write ' ' You'll Never Know', ' Your Words and My Music ' and ' Lady Be Good ' - but success brings a new batch of problems.
Music and lyrics by GEORGE and IRA GERSH-WIN , JEROME KERN and OSCAR HAMMER-STEIN II , ROGER EDENS and ARTHUR FREED Directed by NORMAN . MCLEOD
(First showing on British television) . Films: page 16
Joe ' Red' Willet:
Mrs Carter Wardley:
Master of Ceremonies:
1977-78 has seen a healthy increase in the popularity of Rugby League, as crowds ia:rease in response to the attractive football being played.
Eddie Waring looks back at the past season and traces the successes and failures of the League's leading clubs.
Producers NICK HUNTER , KEITH PHILLIPS
DR ROY STRONG talks about a View of Charlecote, attributed to JOHN STEVENS , reproduced by permission of The National Trust.