This week's programmes have a Danish theme and today's story is: Carolyn in Denmark by IRENE COCKROFT
Illustrated by IAN HENDERSON Presenters
Carol Leader, Chris Tranchell Guest Povl Kjøller
Pianist WILLIAM BLEZARD Designer JOHN COLES
Scriptwriter IRENE COCKROFT Director ALBERT BARBER Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
A series of four programmes Presented by Michael Casson 4: Glaze and Fire
LYNNE REEVE shows how to make and modify glazes, WALTER KEELER explains some of the mysteries ot kilns and firing; with a look at some ancient Chinese pottery.
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Director ANNA JACKSON
A series of ten programmes 4: Good as New?
What rights do you have if you buy something second-hand? SUE
COOK reports on buying a second-hand car, with TOM BOSWELL , and BRIAN REDHEAD looks at the legal side of things with DAVID TENCH ot Consumers' Association. With ADRIENNE POSTA
NICKY HENSON , MICHAEL ROBBINS
Sketches by amis MILLER
Animations by TED ROCKLEY
Production ANNA JACKSON , DAVID ALLEN
A series of five programmes looking at a number of language departments where interesting work is being developed and where teachers and pupils appear to have a common sense of direction. 4: Huntington School, York
A relatively new comprehensive school in which German stands alongside French as the first foreign language in an otherwise orthodox modern language department.
Producer ROBERT CLAMP Director SUSANNA CAPON
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Charlie's heroic attempts to reach his bedroom after a night on the town, show that even home does not always offer security.
Written and directed by CHARLES CUAPLIN New music composed by LES WILLIAMS Music directed by DENNI.S WILSON
Executive producer WILLIAM FITZWATER
The taxi driver:
Startling close-ups of some of the incredible, sinister, colourful, grotesque, fantastic, breathtaking, comical, out-of-this-world creatures which live among the coral reefs in the depths of the Red Sea.
A film directed by ROBIN LEHMAN
Australia v England from Adelaide
BOBBY SIMPSON introduces highlights of the third day's play. Commentators KEITH MILLER , FRANK TYSON
NORMAN MAY, MALCOLM MCDONALD and PAUL SHEAHAN
Television presentation by the AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION
A freewheeling adaptation of the Chinese classic.
Bandits who Steal are Executed
The bandits of Liang Shan Po have stolen a fortune from Kao Chiu. But Kao, wily as ever, plots treachery at the heart of the outlaws' stronghold....
Directed by TOSHIO MASUDA
English adaptation bv DAVID WEIR
Dubbing director MICHAEL BAKEWELL Produced by NTV Tokyo
A series of ten programmes introduced by GWYN RICHARDS and JILL COCHRANB 4: Sea Mail
The story of ships and sealing wax -the growth of sea mails from the sailing packets of Falmouth and Liverpool to the ocean liners of today. In the studio are John Lingwood of the Pacific Steam Navigation Company and Major R. N. Spafford of the Falkland Islands study group.
Produced by JOHN PERCIVAL. BBC BristM
Major R. N.
with special guests
Helen Gelzer , Mike Harding Gerard Kenny
With THE GEOFFREY RICHER DANCERS
Written by ANDY HAMILTON. DAVID MCKELLAR TERRY RAVBNSCROFT , NEIL SHAND Choreographer GEOFFREY RICHER
Musical director ARTHUR GREENSLADE Vocal backing
THE MAGGIE STREDDER SINGERS Sound LARRY GOODSON
Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM Designer GRAEME STORY Director STANLEY APPEL Producer TERRY HCGHES
Conceived, written and performed by John Cleese , Graham Chapman Eric Idle , Terry Jones
Michael Palin , Terry Gilliam Also appearing
CAROL CLEVELAND, MARIE ANDERSON
Animation by TERRY GILLIAM Designer ROBERT BERK
Produced by IAN MACNAUGHTON
Brute Machine by JONATHAN MILLER
How do we move our limbs? What happens when we pick up a glass of brimming water? Jonathan Miller traces our understanding of the nervous system. Using guns, toys, explosives, electronics, music and important experiments from the past, he reveals a human ' wiring diagram' of enormous complexity and a brain capable of delegating whole areas of nervous activity to the spinal cord on its own. For example. Dudley Moore finds to his astonishment that his piano playing is not as consciously controlled as he originally thought it was.
Film editor SIMON HAMMOND Photography KENNETH LOWE Designer COLIN LOWREY
Executive producer KARL SABBAGH Producer PATRICK UDEN
Aloe: a genus of plant indigenous to South Africa, noted for its ability to survive under the most adverse conditions.
Athol Fugard is the author of such celebrated plays as The Blood Knot, The Island, and Sizwe Bansi is Dead.
He is known throughout the world for his opposition to Apartheid, and, more importantly, for his determination to express these views through the theatre and within South Africa.
Last month his latest play, A Lesson from Aloes, opened in Johannesburg. It was both written and directed by Fugard and Arena was there from the first day of rehearsals until the opening night. The film offers a unique insight into the evolution of a play and the remarkable tenacity of its author.
A chance to develop your understanding of French by watching the same news seen by French television viewers earlier this evening on Télévision Française Un, and recorded via the Eurovision link.
Presented by CHANTAL CUER
PATRICK HARPUR , CAROLINE PICK
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