7.5 Handicapped in the Community.
7.30 The Binomial Theorem.
The seventh of ten programmes for trade unionists on Democracy at Work.
Five programmes which aim to help speech-impaired people and their families.
With BRIAN TRUEMAN
2: Learning to Communicate
Many children with speech problems need specialised help to prepare them for the adult world. This programme looks at facilities for special education and training.
Executive producer TONY MATTHEWS
Producer CHARLES PASCOE 10.30
Story: "The King's Breakfast" by A. A. Milne
Presenters Chloe Ashcroft, Chris Tranchell
Author of story:
Presented by BARRY TOOK with MICHAEL GAMBON and ZENA WALKER
Director JULIAN STENHOUSE ProducerCAROLINEPICK
There have been many books of advice for parents published over the years, varying from the repressive to the liberal. But how important is parent education today? Toni Arthur talks to parents and teenagers about their need for information and Dorothy Baldwin, author of the book Its a Great Life, answers questions about it.
(Shown last Sunday on BBC1 at 1.20 pm)
Family Network telephone numbers: Northwest: [number removed] North East: Leeds [number removed] Midlands: [number removed] London/East Anglia/Home Counties: Luton [number removed] South East: Dorking [number removed]
South West: Gloucester [number removed] Wales: Cardiff [number removed] Swansea [number removed] Scotland: [number removed]
A series of ten programmes in Which PROFESSOR BERNARD WILLIAMS asks: Can philosophy resolve some contemporary moral dilemmas? 7 : A Fair Wage
Assistant producer BRYN BROOKS Producer CHRIS JELLEY
A series of six programmes about the cinema and public opinion in the 1940s.
2: The New Jerusalem
Written by NICHOLAS PRONAY
Produced by HOWARD SMITH
The second of four programmes Housewives' Choice
Series producer HOWARD SMITH
Production SUZANNE DAVIES
4.50 Maths - Ideas of Space. 5.15 Computers - Case Studies.
A poignant first love affair for Jim-Bob while Ben learns a hard lesson.
Based on EARL HAMNER jr's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mvuntain Written by KATHLEEN bits Directed by GWEN ARNER
The Educated Trout
Narrator JOHN HEDGES
The wild brown trout of the chalk streams of southern England is a wary, wily and powerful predator. It feeds very selectively on the rich insect life; on larvae like the stonemason caddis, and the spectacular mayfly.
Fishing for trout here is the summit of the angler's art; success comes only from an elaborate deception, made out of fur and feather, so the expert must be both entomologist and mimic extraordinary. On the beautiful banks of a Berkshire river, top fishermen Brian Clarke and John Goddard test their new fly designs in their quest to catch the really difficult educated trout.
Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE
Written and produced by NEIL CLEMINSON Series editors PETER JONES , ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
A series of six 30-minute interviews by Ludovic Kennedy with people whose lives have changed suddenly and dramatically.
1: John Ehrlichman
LUDOVIC KENNEDY talks to JOHN EHRLICHMAN about his life before he joined Nixon's White House staff; his role as the President's domestic affairs adviser, when he was reputedly one of the three most powerful men in the US; the crisis of Watergate and the changes that 18 months in prison have brought. The man who helped create the famous ' Berlin Wall' around Nixon and was feared by many, discusses the experiences that he has put into two best-selling novels, one of which was turned into the television blockbuster Washington: Behind Closed Doors.
Researcher PETER LUFF Director ANN FREER
Producer TONY LARYEA
In Concert by LAURA LAMSON starring
Barbara becomes an impresario and Sam a rising soprano, to help a young pianist get the break he needs.
Studio lighting GEOFF SHAW Script editor JOHN KERSHAW Designer Paul MUNTING Producer JOHN SICHEL
Director ROBERT d. CARDONA
continues the season of recent, highly-acclaimed films.
Starring Glenda Jackson, Mona Washbourne
'I first thought of suicide when I was eight - the thought cheered me up enormously. One might not be able to rely on life but one could always rely on death.'
Witty, caustic and sad, Stevie Smith lived a life of seeming ordinariness in the London suburb of Palmers Green. Yet by the time of her death in 1971, she was one of Britain's most admired poets - awarded the Queen's Medal in 1969 - as well as a novelist, broadcaster and social celebrity. She rejected lovers and suitors, fashionability and the external trappings of fame, dedicated to her writing and to her aunt. In this memorable film, based on Hugh Whitemore's play and the writings of Stevie Smith , Glenda Jackson gives one of her greatest performances. A portrayal equalled by that of Mona Washbourne as ' The Lion Aunt'.
"I'd trade six 'James Bonds' and a handjul of 'Pink Panthers' for the pleasure of watching and, above all, listening to the exquisite movie again - and I've seen it twice already." (DAILY MAIL)
(First showing on British television) Films: page 19
How to Score... A Movie, Thursday 11.30 pm on BBC2.
Also Closedown - The Forlorn Sea by Stevie Smith, Thursday 12.0 midnight BBC2.
Miss Spear ' The Lion Aunt':
'The Man ':
Stevie as a child:
PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELER, JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY present an informed account of what's happening in the world; special reports from the BBC's correspondents at home and abroad, investigations by Newsnight's own team of reporters into what's going on behind the headlines, plus at 11.15* an update of the day's major stories from FRAN MORRISON, the evening's sports results from DAVID DAVIES , and the weather forecast.
Producer DAVID Dickinson Editor GEORGE CAREY
takes a look at the contemporary rockscene
Introduced by Anne Nightingale In the studio this week: The Flys
The Selecter with album tracks, interviews, news and reviews.
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON