6.40 Transformer Core. 7.5 Thallium In Organic Synthesis. 7.30 Moderne and Modernistic.
BULWANT MANGLANI , a job centre manager, talks to PARVEEN MIRZA and RAMA JOSHI about employment; how to go about seeking a job and what are the salient points to remember. KAILASH puri suggests that it may not be very bad to let children make some mistakes and in the process learn for themselves. A story The Crane, Fish and the Crab, and the famous sitar player RAEES KHAN sings a ghazal and plays the sitar.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL. An Asian Unit presentation. BBC Birmingham
11.25 Who's Going to Manage? 4.55 The Adelaide Centre. 5.20 Mineralisation in Cornwall. 5.45 Thermodynamics. 6.10 The Antibody Molecule. 6.35 Romanticism.
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Ten programmes in which ERICA WILSON introduces a variety of design ideas in simple stitches. 7: Thinking Bigger
Producer MARGARET MACLEOD
Book (same title), £4.50, from bookshops
A series about musical instruments, topics and terms. P for Percussion
TRISTAN FRY makes a 12-minute dash down ' the kitchen department' of the modern orchestra and plays 25 instruments en route.
Producer JOHN DOBSON
Reflecting the varied music, rhythms and moods of musicians today. This week features Anne Lome Gillies with The McCalmans
Recorded at The Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester.
Producer KEN GRIFFIN
Eric Robson invites people to talk about issues directly concerning them.
Keep Off the Grass?
Britain's ten National Parks were set up nearly 30 years ago to save the best and most beautiful areas of our countryside for future generations. But the industrial pressures of an overcrowded island cannot ignore the mineral wealth of these protected landscapes.
Recently the Government gave the go-ahead to a major quarrying development in the Peak District - against the advice of the Peak Park Planning Board. Now an American mining company wants to mine fluorspar near picturesque Lathkill Dale.
So what is the future for our National Parks? Brass Tacks talks to industrialists, to local people who know that quarries mean not only noise and dirt, but jobs as well, and to conservationists who believe the very survival of our National Parks is at stake.
Producer BRIAN james Editor ROGER LAUGHTON
Many BBC Local Radio Stations in England are giving their audiences a chance to state their views on this issue - in phone-ins following Brass Tacks.
A trilogy by L. P. HARTLEY
Screenplay by ALAN SEYMOUR
The programme won the award for Best Direction at the International tv Festival, Monte Carlo , 1977.
Flora Robson as Miss Fothergill in The Shrimp and the Anemone
A rock pool on a Norfolk beach, summer 1907. Eustace and his dominating sister Hilda watch as a shrimp is devoured by a beautiful sea anemone. From this small symbolic incident, L. P. Hartley builds his great study of two youngsters whose fortunes change after their meeting with the formidable old invalid, Miss Fothergill.
A lovely beginning, .. superbly photographed and designed (EVENING STANDARD) Remarkably convincing ... BBC2 has chalked up another Wednesday night winner. (DAILY EXPRESS) Music composed by RICHARD RODNEY BENNETT
Conducted by MARCUS DODS Producer ANNE HEAD
Directed by DESMOND DAVISCameraman PETER BARTLETTFilm Editor: TONY WOOLLARDDubbing Editor: DANNY NISSIM
A chance to see again the programme first broadcast in the Sight and Sound In Concert series.
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON (Postponed from 7 August)
LYNDON BROOK reads As One Gets Older by PATRIC DICKINSON