6.40 Heterosis 7.5 Diffusion of Dutch
Elm Disease. 7.3. English Furniture of the 1930s.
The programme looks at a problem which most Asian women in this country have to face at some time or another.
There is also a story for young children and a popular song.
Producer STEPHANIE SILK BBC Birmingham
Story: Harry the Dirty Dog by GENE ZION Illustrated by MARGARET BLOY GRAHAM Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Stuart MeGugan
4 50 Fluorine. 5.15 Airport Siting Decisions. 5.40 Designing for the Disabled.
6.5 5 Chromatin. 6.30 Constable and Turner.
Destination Doha 1: The Easy Bit?
Late on a wintry Tuesday night, four men in three massive 40-ton lorries leave England on a 5,000-mile journey through 11 countries. Their destination, Doha. The cargo, a bizarre mixture of goods for this capital of the newly-rich oil Emirate of Qatar.
The adventures of the men on their four-week drive through Europe, Asia Minor, the Middle East and across the deserts of Arabia are told this week and next. Tonight's programme sees the convoy to Istanbul, through snow, breakdowns, police hold-ups and other complications. But it wasn't only the lorries that had problems. The run through Europe was meant to be the easy bit: it didn't quite work out that way. Narrator BENNY GREEN
Producer TONY SALMON Series editors
MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
by LEONARD BARRAS starring
Roy Kinnear and Henry Livings with Jean Boht
Colin Edwynn and Meg Johnson
An entertainment in six episodes recorded on the stage of The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Episode 3
What Happened in Pudding Lane In which dreamingly genocidal GRANNY IXWEED flees from the deadly benignity of grandson TOM who also finds time for furth aggravation Of PROGMORTON.
INSPECTOR FRINGFOOT ineffectively justifies his policemanly existence. ALICE PROGMORTON catalogues her frustrations, but only to herself.
PROGMORTON almost speaks of love, but only to himself.
HECKLEWELL and VANGLE are joined by a constabulary recruit.
Music by ALEX GLASGOW
Musical director STAN ROOCROFT Designer KEN LAWSON Director PHILIP HEDLEY
Producer TONY HARRISON BBC Manchester
Third in a series of seven films
What makes a relatively successful artist suddenly completely change his way of painting and, after being recognised as a brilliant realist, suddenly go abstract?
Tonight's film tells the story of how the work of VICTOR PASMORE , one of the most acclaimed of modern British painters, has undergone a series of dramatic changes, and gives the viewer a chance of watching him in action.
Sound GRAHAM RODGER
Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Film editor CHRIS LYSAGHT Executive producers
JULIA CAVE and BARRIE GAVIN
Written and produced by JOHN MANSFIELD
What do the words Al Coda mean? produces a surprising answer from Denis Norden who with Ian Wallace competes against Frank Muir and John Amis in another visit by cameras to radio's popular game of musical knowledge.
Questions set by Steve Race
Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPE
(Un Homme et une Femme) starring Anouk Aim ée Jean-Louis Trintignant
First in a short season of films by Claude Lelouch
A man and a woman, whose marriages have both ended in tragedy, meet while visiting their children at school. But their friendship is shadowed by the woman's memory of her dead husband.
Screenplay by CLAUDE LELOUCH and PIERRE UYTTERHOEVEN
Produced by ROGER FLEYTOUX
Directed and photographed by CLAUDE LELOUCH. Films: page 17
The programme in which the BBC hands over air time to the public.
The Easterhouse Festival Society
Sixty thousand people live in Easterhouse, Glasgow, with no cinemas, theatres, restaurants or even bingo. Tonight's programme shows how the efforts of local people are changing both the quality of life and the image of this much-maligned community.
Made with the help of the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
STEPHEN THORNE reads
Santorin (A Legend of the Aegean) by JAMES ELROY FLECKER