6.40 Mining 7.5 Biological Bases of Be
7.30 Who's Who in the Oceans.
Story: The Red Hat by DONALD BISSET Presenters
Carol Leader, Johnny Ball
(Rrpeated on BBC1 at 3.55 pm
What Goes Up, Comes Down Presented by SAM DALE
What goes up, must come down. That's fine on earth, but not in space. In the story sung by BARBARA COURTNEY KING, an 'ordinary boy' walks on air - for a while.
Story animation TONY WHITE
Written and directed by MARTIN FISHER Produced by MICHAEL COLE (Repeat)
4.50 Who Represents Whom? 5.15 Intramolecular Rearrangements. 5.40 Chemical Equilibrium 6.5 M101/32 Catastrophe
6.30 Designing in Plastics.
The Paintings of Kit Williams
Inspired by the landscape, the wildlife and by his village neighbours. artist Kit Williams conjures up in his paintings a vivid folk-lore of his own.
In tonight's Arena, this magical world comes alive in a Gloucestershire valley.
Director NIGEI. FINCH
including a news summary with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing. followed b\
Weather on 2
' The series which explores living memory' is ten years old. To mark the occasion we present eight programmes from the earlier years.
7: The Burston School Strike
This film was first shown in 1974. JAMES CAMERON is the narrator ' In this tranquil corner of Norfolk in the spring of 1914, the local schoolchildren took the most drastic action and a spontaneous act of love; they came out on strike because their teachers had been sacked. A village schoolroom strike in 1914? How could it have come about? Yet it was a strike that was to go on for more than 20 years ...
Producer STEPHEN PEET
Book. Yesterday's Witness, a selection of first-hand accounts by eye-witnesses of events from the not-so-distant past. E4.25. from bookshops
John arouses the ire of an old Red Indian when he refuses an unreasonable request.
Based on EARL HAMNER JR 'S autobio. graphical novel Spencer's Mountain Written bv JOAN SCOTT
Directed bv RALPH SENENSKY
The 11th International Festiral of Country Music held in the Wembley Arena during Easter, including: Freddie Fender, Dottsy
Jim & Jesse and The Virginia Boys and tonight's featured artist Bobby Bare
Compere Ronnie Prophet
Commentator DAVID ALLAN
Show organiser MERVYN CONN Director RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
A series of nine documentary films on topical issues. 1: Parole (Part 1)
Every year, over 10,000 prisoners in jails all over the country anxiously await the result of their parole petitions. But no science governs the decision which can reduce the period of the sentence. For the first time four prisoners in Wormwood Scrubs have been allowed to talk of their crimes. their families, and their hopes and fears as they wait to hear whether they will be granted parole. They are:
PETER: serving four years for arson: JOHN: six years for conspiracy to rob; AMIN: four years for his involvement in importing cannabis: DUNCAN: five years for a sexual assault on a 12-year-old boy.
Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Film recordist RON PEGLER Film editor JOHN BARNES Producer ROGER MILLS
Director REX BLOOMSTEIN (pt 2 next Muni
Baby Grand - words and music
with Sharon Morgan, Sion Probert, John Tripp
Baby Grand is: JUDITH GLANVILLE, ROBIN LYONS, CLIFF PRIOR, CHRIS STUART and NEIL WATSON
Sound TONY MOSSMAN, DES BENNETT
Lighting LEN STEPHENS
Director IEUAN LEWIS
Producer JACK WILLIAMS
The experts have had their say. Now Eric Robson reports what the audience says. BBC Manchester
Tonight's news from Austria and their view of world events.
Presented by Corinna Schnabel
Preview: p 21 ( Repeated Tuesday BBC1. 9.10 am