6.40 Conic Sections
7.5 Data Processing in Action
7.30 Search and Rescue
Story: The Bubbly Bubble by RON RICHES Presenters
Carol Chell , Stuart McGugan
The classic serial in 13 episodes Buster Crabbe as Flash Gordon 2: The Tunnel of Terror
In which Flash Gordon, having won his battle with ape-like man-killers, finds an ally in Thun, Prince of the Lion Men, but finds that Emperor Ming plans to force Dale Arden to marry him.
Produced by HENRY MACRAE
Directed by PREDERICK STEPHANI
. (Part 3-tomorrow)
Moore Marriott , Graham Moffatt
The sleepy hamlet of Turnbotham Round prides itself on being ' a village without crime'. Well, at least no arrests have been made for over ten years, which to some people is not quite the same thing. Sergeant Dudfoot and his assistants, Albert and Harbottle, are told to make an arrest soon - or face the sack. Their attempts at crime-busting provide the basis for one of the most hilarious comedies in the history of British cinema.
Screenplay by MARRIOT EDGAR. VAL GUEST From a story by SIDNEY GILLIAT
Produced and directed by MARCEL VARNEL . Films: page 19
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Next week, Chancellor Schmidt visits President Carter in Washington. The invasion of Afghanistan has made foreign policy a key issue in Germany, which, like America, has its election later this year.
Is Ostpolitik now dead, or can links with the East continue despite the tough new line against Russia? And how do German views of detente now differ from those of America and the rest of Europe? Donald MacCormick reports.
'Most of the things on this programme are mousetraps ... but this one isn't.'
Julian Pettifer faces again the challenge of challenging a brace of celebrities with assorted brain-teasers. Peter Cook and Paula Wilcox apply their minds and their wits alongside regulars Wif Lunn and Debby Swallow. And repre senting the brain-in-the-strect is a team from Bath University.
Producer COLIN ROSE
Assistant producer IAN FELL
Editor JOHN SHEARER. BBC Bristol
Ten films set in one of Britain s too boarding schools for boys.
7: 'Get Interested. Get Involved. GetBusy.PlayGames.'
Hugo Chapman (16) is neither interested, involved nor busy. He dislikes games and loathes the Combined Cadet Force He is bored with what Radley College has to offer, and likes nothing better than sitting on his own in his study. But he can't opt out
A lot of what goes on at Kacuey is compulsory - including one
CCF camp. So it is with no sense of pleasure or excitement that he joins eight members of Radley's
Royal Naval section for ten days of canoeing and hill-walking in Scotland, in the depths of winter.
PETER CHAPMAN , PAUL HOULSTON Film recordist CHRIS KING
Film editor ANDREW WILLSMORE
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer RICHARD DENTON
War of Nerves
Everybody hates somebody, sometime Even the happiest of families can fall out. And when tempers flare at the 4077th it's quite a field day ...
Written and directed by ALAN ALDA
B J Hunnicutt:
The Hollywood version of what happened to Jews in the Third Reich caused argument and reflection wherever it was shown. But in West Germany, the reaction to the series was sensational.
Cautious television executives decided against ' blockbuster presentation and almost hid the American series away on the third channel. But at least half the population watched it and many thousands phoned in their comments, or wrote letters. In schools, factories and above all in homes, emotions and memories were released which many people had repressed for years.
Valerie Singleton reports on the effects of the series. She talks to Germans whose own lives were caught up in small but horrific ways with the Final Solution. And she tests the attitudes of one of the very few Jewish families left in Germany. The father was an inmate of Dachau - and still lives in the village nearby.
ProducerBILL TREHARNE JONES
Executive producer JOHN REYNOLDS
(The Holocaust series begins on Sat)
featuring Ry Cooder
He's been described as the world's most inspiring guitarist, and is regarded with awe by his peers. When his contemporaries opted for post-Dylan protest in New York, he was living and learning with obscure elderly black blues players.
Recorded at the Cherry Hinton Hall , Cambridge
Festival organiser KEN WOOLLARD
Lighting JOHN STERLING . Sound ALAN FOX Producer DON SAYER
including at 11.15* news summary and weather
by DAVID HAMMOND
James Gillespie , 11 years old, living in the Ulster countryside in 1919, leaves home to seek his fortune at a Hiring Fair.
Film cameraman REX MAIDMENT
Music PAUL BRADY. Producer DAVID HAMMOND Director BILL MISKELLY
JOY PARKER reads Tower Block by ROSEMARY ANNE HONAN