11.15 Seeing Through Drawings 11.40 Don't Be a Drop-out. 12.5 Energy in the Home - Building for the Future.
Yul Brynner , Deborah Kerr
A group of foreigners stranded in Hungary during the 1959 uprising are detained within sight of the border by a charming but dedicated Russian officer who suspects that one of them is a Hungarian in disguise.
Screenplay by GEORGE TABORI
Produced and directed by ANATOLE LITVAK Films: page 23
starring Brian Cant who invites you to join his guests in an entertainment of comedy and music with Carol Chell , Sam Dale Kim Goody and Jonathan Cohen and the Play Away Band
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Designer ALAN SPALDING Director JOHN SMITH Producer ANN REAY
Play Away Party Book, £1.00 from bookshops
Uranium Goes Critical
This is the story of a curious, very heavy metal once thought to be useless. From the first nuclear reactor in a squash court in Chicago to environmental battle-fields in the Orkneys, uranium is having a short, if dramatic, history.
The programme in which the BBC hands over air time to the public. This evening:
Wreckers in the Town Hall presented by Campaign for Demolition Control
Made with the help of the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
The National Cat Club Championship Show is the largest in the world, and this year a record number of entries filled the Grand Hall of London's Olympia.
Carol Leader and Nick Henderson were there to talk to the enthusiasts and to look at some of the prize entries.
Producer PETER MASSEY
Our heroic history is one of providence, ideas and historical forces, not of fallible men.'
Designer of the Great Seal of the United States, sole Secretary to the Revolutionary Congress, Father of the American Enlightenment and the American Philosophical Society, translator of the Bible, CHARLES THOMSON was born 250 years ago in Maghera, Co Derry.
Frank Delaney traces the forgotten story of the ten-year-old impoverished Irish orphan who became one of the most influential intellectual forces behind the birth of modern America.
Photography REX MAIDMENT
Sound recordist PETER LINDSAY Film editor ROB MORRISON Producer JAMES SKELLY Director BILL MISKELLY BBC Northern Ireland
by RICHARD STRAUSS Performed by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andr6
Previn Strauss completed his Alpine Symphony in 1915, describing it as ' the worship of nature, eternal and magnificent'. The music is full of colour and contrast, depicting in programme terms a day's journey in the Alps. The performance was filmed in the Musikverein, Vienna, and the Alpine scenes in Switzerland.
Film editor DAVID NADEN
Produced by IAN ENGELMANN
Bernd Tauber , Gunther Lamprecht
Werner Wild is a young man who embarks on the long apprenticeship to be a Master Baker because he likes to eat good bread. As he learns his trade, Werner becomes more and more obsessed with fighting the trend to automation and preserving traditional standards.
Directed by the son of a baker, this gentle comedy proved a huge success at both the Berlin and London Film Festivals of 1977. Written by ERWIN KEUSCH and KARL SAURER Directed by ERWIN KEUSCH
(A German film with English sub-titles) (First showing on British television) Films: page 23
starring Joan Fontaine
Kay Walsh , Alec McCowen
Does witchcraft exist today? Gwen Mayfield finds the answer when, recovering from a nervous breakdown caused by a traumatic experience with voodoo in Africa, she returns to England and takes a job as headmistress of a private school run by Alan Bax and his sister Stephanie. Stephanie has a lively interest in the Black Arts.
Screenplay by NIGEL KNEALE based on the novel by PETER CURTIS Produced by ANTHONY NELSON KEYS
Directed by CYRIL FRANKEL. Films: page 23