6.40 Parliamentary Expenditure Committee. 7.5 Nature of Chemistry. 7.30 Steel.
The first day of the Ladbroke Grand National Meeting
2.35 Topham Trophy Handicap 'Chase (2m 6f)
Run over one complete circuit of all the Grand National fences.
3.10 Sporting Chronicle Handicap 'Chase (2im)
3.45 Holiday Inn H'cap Hurdle (2m)
4.20 Haig Whisky Hunters 'Chase (2m 6f). Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN , JULIAN WILSON RICHARD PITMAN and JOHN HANMER Introduced by TONY GUBBA
Television presentation by FRED vines RICHARD TILLING and NICK HUNTER
Racing tips and results on Ceefax
4.50 The Building of Florence Cathedral. 5.15 Brain Structure and Behaviour. 5.40
Science: Between Two Stools. C.5 Work and Retirement. 6.30 Hockett's Design Features.
James Bolam in Look Up and See the Sky by JAMES MITCHELL , with James Garbutt , Jean Heywood
' In those days I could like you ... I can't any more. You've changed.' ' I've learned a few tricks - that's all ... and most of them from you
Producer ANDREW OSBORN Director MICHAEL HAYES
Sir Horatio Manners:
Ten Bob Tiverton:
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
disentangles, illuminates and explains an issue of current concern. Presented by Richard Kershaw with David Jessel and John Tusa Producers PETER CERESOLE , COLIN MARTIN DAVID WALTER. Editor PETER IBBOTSON
by FRANCIS ILES dramatised in four parts by PHILIP MACKIE , starring and Part 3
Dr Bickleigh's plans have been upset by Madeleine's sudden marriage to Denny Bourne. Even so, life without Julia is good-until the village gossips start prattling.
Music composed by RON GRAINER Make-up artist JENI KINE
Script editor CICELY CAWTHORNE Designer CHRIS PEMSEL
Producer RICHARD BEYNON Directed by CYRIL COKE
The Rev Hessary Torr:
Chief Insp Russell:
Starring Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston, Tim Holt, Bruce Bennett
Harold Evans has selected an adventure story of passion and conflict as his favourite film.
Humphrey Bogart and Tim Holt give sterling performances as itinerant Americans caught up in the Mexican gold rush. But it was Walter Huston, the director's father, who won an Oscar for his role as the grizzled old prospector whose dour predictions come true.
Films: page 18
(Postponed from 21 December 1978)
Based on the novel by:
Building a Future
A film made last month with a group of young Catholics and Protestants during a weekend away from
Belfast. All in their teens, they have, until recently, had little or no contact with the ' other side'. What's it been like, growing up during the troubles of the past ten years? How different are their problems compared to those of teenagers across the water? What about their new friendships and hopes for the future?
A small group of Catholics and Protestants spending the odd weekend away may seem like a drop in a troubled ocean, but as one 16-year-old put it '... you start building a house with one brick, you put one brick on top of the other. It starts off small and gets big with time.'
Producer MIKE BOLLAND
A Community Programme Unit production