7.40 The Early Industrial Town. 8.5 Work Study at Hoover Ltd. 8.30 A Golden Age of Work. 8.55 Production Systems. 9.28 Maths: Generalised Integration. 9.45 Simulation Models. 16.19 Things Present - Times Past, 10.35 Transformer Core Materials.
Live coverage from the final session of the Liberal Party Assembly in Southport. Reporting team Robin Day, David Dimbleby
11.15 Speech by The Rt Hon David Steel , MP Leader of the Liberal Party
12.40 Three Families: Jerusalem. 1.5 Music - Formal Analysis. 1.30 Waltham Forest: A Rejecting Society. 1.55 Fast Reactor Fuel Reprocessing. 2.28 Colour Television (2). 2.45 Circadian Rhythms (1). 3.16 James Bond (7).
A full-length cartoon feature
A bored small boy called Milo is visited by a magic telephone kiosk which offers to show him lands far beyond his wildest dreams. So Milo sets off in his toy car to visit such strange places as the Kingdom of Wisdom and the Doldrums. But his adventures have only just begun ... and the voices of MEL BLANC, LEWS BUTLER
CANDY CANDIDO, HANS CONREID JUNE FORAY, PATTIE GILBERT SHEP MENKEN, CLIFF NORTON LARRY THOR , LES TREMAYNE
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One Small Step
This film charts the story of the race to the moon, from the first bleeps of Sputnik to the ' giant leap for mankind' as Neil Arm strong stepped on to the moon, watched live by 600 million viewers around the world. A story of excitement, tragedy and ultimate victory for the Americans.
Written and produced for WGBH Boston by GRAHAM CHEDD
Adapted for Horizon by SARAH CARR
Series editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
DAVID VINE begins a series on ten popular sports rarely seen on TV. 1: Trampolining with ROB WALKER, national coach, British Trampoline Federation.
Directed by JOHN RICKWORD Produced by JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
The second of two concerts televised live from Leeds Town Hall in which the six finalists compete for one of the most important awards in the world of music.
Each finalist plays a complete concerto with orchestra. Last night the first three played; tonight the last three. BBC2 returns to Leeds at 10.45 for the announcement of the winners. The Jury, presided over by Lord Boyle of Handsworth, includes such famous personalities as Artur Balsam , Louis Kentner ,
Nikita Magaloff , Phyllis Sellick , Rosalyn Tureck and the very first winner (in 1963), Michael Roll. BBC commentators
BERNARD KEEFFE and DAVID WILDE Introduced by HUMPHREY BURTON Competition Chairman Fanny Waterman
Vice-chairman Marlon Thorpe Gabrieli String Quartet leader KENNETH SILLITO
BBC Northern Symphony Orchestra leader DENNIS SIMONS conducted by Norman Del Mar
The 1978 Leeds Piano Competition is presented in association with Harveys of Bristol.
Assistant producer ROY TIPPING Directed by RODNEY GREENBERG
Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN
starring Jeanne Moreau
Oskar Werner , Henri Serre
Truffaut's third and most famous film was an instant popular success: the audience stood and cheered for 15 minutes at its premiere. Set against a magical re-creation of the period before and after the First World War, it is a three-cornered story of love and friendship. *
Directed by FRANÇOlS TRUFFAUT
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First prize is £2,000 and the Princess Mary Gold Medal. But the real prize is fame and fortune, and, like Michael Roll , all the previous winners of the competition have gone on to become internationally famous artists - Rafael Orozco , Radu Lupu , Murray Perahia and Dmitri Alexeev.
David Vine introduces highlights of the doubles and discusses the match with Dan Maskell
David VineAnalysis: Dan
John Garfield , Patricia Neal
Charterboat operator Harry Mor gan runs into trouble when he takes a customer on a trip to Mexico and is left stranded with no money. Desperate, he is forced to accept a shady offer to smuggle eight Chinese into the USA.
Based on a story by ERNEST HEMINGWAY Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ
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