7.30 The Tay Estuary
Story: The Listening Game by JACQUELINE SHARMAN Presenters
Sarah Long , Ben Bazell
Book, Play School: Beady to Play, fl.50, jrom bookshops
Aerospace, energy, agriculture - just three of the areas where major decisions are already made at international, not national level.
This afternoon an opportunity to see modern Europe, of which we are part, through the eyes of television reporters from the other eight member countries of the EEC. Introduced by Eric Robson
Assistant producer CHRIS WALMSLEY
BBC co-ordinating producer BILL JONES BBC Manchester
(Part 2 at 5.20 pm)
The feature film starring Frank Sinatra with Edward G. Robinson
Eleanor Parker , Thelma Ritter
Frank Sinatra stars as an irrepressible optimist in this sentimental comedy which features the Oscar-winning song ' High Hopes '. Threatened with eviction from his run-down Miami Beach hotel and with the loss of his precocious young son, widower Tony Manetta asks his elder brother Mario to bail him out. But his brother sets a high price on his help ...
Screenplay by ARNOLD SCHULMAN
Produced and directed by FRANK CAPRA
Master of Ceremonies:
More reports on the issues at stake in the European election, as seen by our EEC partners.
The last in a series of ten programmes of interest to horse riders and spectators alike.
Holidays on Horseback
DAVID VINE goes to Exmoor to explore the possibilities of riding holidays, with particular attention to pony-trekking and trail-riding.
Producer JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
The story of a warm-hearted family of pioneer stock who struggle to survive during the Depression. starring
Michael Learned as Olivia Walton Ralph Waite as John Walton Will Geer as Grandpa The Recluse
Another fledgling leaves the nest and a drop-out rejoins the community.
Based on EARL HAMNER jr's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain Written by SETH FREEMAN
Directed by WALTER ALZMANN
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing. followed by Weather on 2
' The series which explores living memory' is ten years old this spring. To mark the occasion we present eight programmes from its earlier years.
5: The Shell House Raid
Early in 1945 the Danish Underground made a desperate plea to the RAF to attempt the impossible: to bomb a single building in the centre of crowded Copenhagen. Just one building, Shell House, the Gestapo Headquarters. Not only that, but to destroy the ground floors only - for in the attic were over 30 captured Resistance Leaders, held there as hostages against possible air attack ...
Directed by CHRISTOPHER COOK and STEPHEN PEET
Book, Yesterday's Witness, a selection of first-hand accounts by eye-witnesses of events from the noi-so-distant past, £4.25, from bookshops
During the Easter Holiday the Wembley Arena echoed to the sounds of country music as top performers at the 11th International Festival took the stage, including
Vernon Oxford , Terri Hollowell Floyd Cramer , Lonnie Donegan and tonight's featured artist Conway Twitty
Compere Ronnie Prophet
Commentator DAVID ALLAN
Show Organiser MERVYN CONN Director RICK GARDNER Producer douglas HESPE
The Robots are Coming
We would all love to have our own friendly robot - doing the house-work, serving us drinks. But are robots also a threat to us? Already they are at work in industry, welding, painting and casting, although Britain has been slow in introducing them.
The present generations of robots are still pretty stupid, but university research is investigating the possibilities of giving robots sight. touch and hearing, linked to ever-expanding microprocessor brains. How many of our jobs will they then be able to do?
Do we want replacements for humans or do we want smart machines that can relieve us of unpleasant dangerous or boring jobs? Have we really decided what jobs we want people to do? Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor CHRISTOPHER WOOLLEY Editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
Written and produced by HILARY HENSON
The Horizon theme music is included in an album BBC Radiophonie Workshop. of theme music from programmes. Record REC 354, cassette ZCM 354.
Part 3: Outside the Golden Triangle
Awkward, argumentative, aggressive, the British are the black sheep of Europe. Seen from Brussels, it's difficult to understand why we still fight old battles instead of playing a full part in building a new Europe.
Seen from Bradford, 294 miles from Brussels as the non-existent aeroplane would fly, it's difficult to understand what advantages we have gained from membership of the European family. The disadvantages seem clear enough.
Next month, the people of Bradford go to the polls to select their member of the European Parliament. For the first time, they will have a direct say in the way Europe is to be run. What message will their mp be taking to the bureaucrats of Brussels?
In a film made to be shown throughout Europe, Michael Wood assesses the impact six years of membership of the EEC has had on Bradford, outside the golden triangle of modern Europe.
Research CAROLE CALDWELL Film cameraman DAVID cox Film editor TONY WILIAMS
Executive producer ROGER LAUGHTON Producer BILL JONES BBC Manchester
Brass Tacks: The BBC Europe Debate is tomorrow at 8.0 pm on BBC2. So You Think You Know About Europe? is also tomorrow at 10.0 pm on BBC1.
to Brass Tacks
The Rules of the Game
The experts have had their say. Now Eric Robson reports what the Brass Tacks audience has been saying - on radio 'phone-ins and in their letters - about prostitution.
Research JUDY HILL
Producer PETER HAMILTON Editor ROGER LAUGHTON BBC Manchester
The Martini International
Lntroduces highlights of the final day's play from the West Course at Wentworth. Commentators
CLIVE CLARK and ALEX HAY
Producers richard TILLING . FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Editor DAVID KENNING
Record Sporting Themes (REH 348). cassette (zcr 348), from record shopt