6.40 Maths - Maps. 7.5 The Interested Parties. 7.30 Going to Sea.
4.50 Score Reading. 5.15 An mps Surgery.
(Black and white)
Moore Marriott , Graham Moffatt
Captain Viking, chief of Bishop Wallop fire brigade, and his assistants, Harbottle and Albert, are given one last chance to ' make good' by the local council. One of the first requirements is a fire-man's pole. An attempt to install the pole is only one sequence of genius in a film full of humour and invention.
Screenplay by MARRIOTT EDGAR VAL GUEST and J.O.C ORTON Produced by EDWARD BLACK Directed by MARCEL VARNEL
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Capt Benjamin Viking:
including a news summary with sub-titles, followed by Weather
More Power for the Police?
Legislation now before Parliament will give wide-ranging new powers to the police in Scotland. In the rest of Britain police forces are also demanding extra powers to fight crime. David Jessel reports.
Producer PETA DESCHAMPSNEUFS Deputy editor PETER CERESOLE Editor PETER IBBOTSON
(Postponed from 7 February)
' In my expert opinion ... we haven't got a clue.'
Alfred Marks and Margaret Powell are this week's guest unravellers of the riddles of the past. They join Wilf Lunn and Debby Swallow under the invigilative eye of Julian Pettifer. And a team from Bristol United Hospitals add a little know-how ...
Producer COLIN ROSE'
Assistant producer IAN FELL
Editor JOHN SHEARER. BBC Bristol
A series of ten films set in one of Britain's top boarding schools for boys.
6: 'Democracy doesn't work in a Place like this. '
Radley College is to have its own golf course. That is the rumour. But David Van Oss , Senior Prefect-elect, considers that £50,000 should not be squandered on a piece of window-dressing He marshals
Pupil-power to defeat the Warden and the Governors. Meanwhile, Radley's 60 masters are also in a Militant mood. They argue that their salaries are depressed and 'ailing behind other sections of society In this atmosphere the Governors meet. It is they, and they alone, who will make the final decisions.
Film cameramen DAVID SOUTH, DAVID FEIG Film recordist CHRIS KING
Film editor ANDREW WILLSMORE
EXecutive producer ROGER MILLS producer RICHARD DENTON
Tea and Empathy
Nightly or wrongly. Hawkeye is disparaging about the way the British Army treats its wounded.
B J Hunnicutt:
Investigates, Discovers, Questions
This week: Child Snatch
In the studio, a mother confronts the private detective hired by her foreign husband three years ago to seize their son. She is still searching for the boy.
As more ' international' marriages are made and broken, so increasing numbers of tug-of-war children are caught in the middle of complicated custody battles which rage across national frontiers.
Nick Ross and Jeanne la Chard follow the trail of some of these 'missing' children and ask if there are changes in international Jaw which might cut through the muddle and the heartache. ,
Producer Rl'TH JACKSON Editor JIM SLESSOR
featuring Doe Watson and friends Blind from birth, doc WATSONgrew up in North Carolina surrounded by farms and old-time folk music. Adopted as a cult hero by the 60s folk movement, he remains one of the few legends still alive - his rare European appearance was a highlight of the Cambridge Folk Festival.
Recorded at the Cherry Hinton Hall , Cambridge
Festival organiser KEN WOOLLARD Lighting JOHN STERLING
Sound ALANFOX. Producer DON SAYER
PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELER , JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY present an informed account of what's happening in the world, plus at
11.15* an update on the day's major stories from FRAN MORRISON , the evening's sports results from DAVID DAVIES , and the weather.
with John Williams
In this fascinating short film, guitarist JOHN WILLIAMS is seen masterminding the recording of the music for the film Stevie with the composer Patrick Gowers.
Trevor Howard introduces and links this portrait of film-makers and musicians at work.
Directed by ROBERT ENDERS i First showing on British television)
ANNA MASSEY reads The Forlorn Sea by STEVIE SMITH