The last of seven films Keeping up to Date
The last of five films about the fascinations, the frustrations and the working environment of professional engineers.
KEITH WILLIAMS : once a shop steward in a manufacturing plant, he is now Dhector of Manufacturing at Perkins Engines, Peter-borough, where his problems are more concerned with people than with technology.
Research MARY SPRENT
Producer MICHAEL CARROD
A series of six programmes about the cinema and public opinion in the 1940s.
5:Our Soviet Friends
Britain's relationship with the Soviet Union was one of the thorniest propaganda problems of the 1940s.
Written by NICHOLAS PRONAY
Produced by HOWARD SMITH
A 15-part sociology series 10:Rich Man, Poor Man
S101 Preparatory Maths - Angles
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Lunch at Abberley
Antonia Sehaedler has been head chef at the Elms Hotel in Worcestershire for over 20 years. We see her on a fairly typical working day making lunch for 80 people....
Series producer JOHN READ
Producer NIGEL WILLIAMS
One Man's Private Kingdom Narrated by GERALD HARPER
Jack Donovan has a houseful and a life-full of Princely Toys. Any one of them alone would be a marvel, a priceless and irreplaceable memory of that 19th-century art which could accept nothing but the best -and could afford to pay for it. It's a fair promise to say that you'll be delighted, intrigued, baffled, amused and maybe, just maybe, led back into that delicious dream-world which started with the first teddy-bear.
Written by JEREMY HORNSBY
Music composed by PAUL SAMWELL SMITH Film editor ROGER GUERTIN
Producer RAMSAY SHORT
One of America's greatest artists appearing in the second of two spectacular television specials from the Royal Albert Hall, London. with Ladv Flash and the City Rhythm Band
Music director LEE CURSY
Television lighting BERT ROBINSON Television sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE Producer STEWART MORRIS
A seven-part historical series based on the life of the famous naturalist.
7: 'In the distant future, light will be thrown on the origin of Man, and his history'.
When The Origin of Species was first published, it was denounced as the work of the devil from pulpits up and down the land, and banned from university college libraries.
Scientific opinion and Christian doctrine were in open conflict about one of the most profound and basic of all mysteries - the beginnings of life on our planet. The great debate reached its climax at the famous Oxford Meeting of the British Association in 1860. Also appearing
JOHN BAKER , DAVID HENRY
CLIFFORD PARRISH , SHEILA BECKETT ROGER AVON , ADRIAN BRACKEN
JACQUELINE MAUDE , PAMELA DUNCAN
Script by ROBERT REID
Music by WILFRED JOSEPHS Film editor DAVID THOMAS
Associate producer NED KELLY DirectorMARTYN FRIEND
Producer CHRISTOPHER RALLING
Book (same title), £6.75, from bookshops
starring John Alderton
Adapted from the stories
Of P. G. WODEHOUSE by DAVID CLIMIE 7: Mulliner's Buck-u-Uppo
Dog trained by JOHN HOLMES
Signature tune RAYMOND JONES
Incidental music RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer IAN WATSON
Produced by GARETH GWENLAN
The Rev Stanley Brandon:
Investigates, Discovers, Questions with JEANNE LACHARD , JENNY CONWAY MICHAEL DEAN , JEREMY JAMES JACK PIZZEY , NICK ROSS HAROLD WILLIAMSON
This week: Treatment for Fear
Almost everyone has irrational fears - of mice, aeroplanes, dogs, sex, spiders, or the dark ... But, for some, these fears are crippling.
Drugs and psychotherapy often help, but all anxiety states are very difficult to cure completely. In the last few years a growing number of people have been treated with a relatively new technique: behaviour therapy.
It's vehemently attacked by its critics for being simplistic and reducing the status of human behaviour to that of laboratory rats. But its supporters claim that it's more rational in theory and more effective in practice than traditional techniques.
Nick Ross follows and talks to three people as they try this treatment for fear.
Producer LIZ LEIGH Editor TIM SLESSOR
for the BBC2 Trophy The Final
So far in this season's Floodlit Rugby League we have seen some highly entertaining football with surprise results and controversial incidents.
Tonight, after 12 weeks, we reach the climax of the competition to see who will carry off the coveted trophy.
Highlights of the whole match played earlier this evening. Commentator EDDIE WARING
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS BBC Manchester
takes a look at the contemporary rock scene with Anne Nightingale and Bob Harris
In the studio this week Muddy Waters, Devo with films, album tracks, interviews, news and reviews.
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON