6.40 Women in Two World Wars
7.5 Million Pound Men
Story: Pig Tale written and illustrated by HELEN OXENBURY Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Ben Bazell
Pianist PAUL READE
Designer VAL WARRENDER
Graphic designer LAWRENCEHENRY
Written and directed by MARTINFISHER Producer PETER WILTSHIRE
Series producer ANNE GOBET
4.50 Maths: Diagonalising Matrices
5.40 Database: Overseas Containers
6.5 The Mannheim Sound
6.30 Elements Organised
Introduced by Johnny Ball
The second semi-final, with Radio London Ian Stephens
Radio Nottingham Lionel Reyes Radio Solent Bob Curl competing for a place in next week's final for the Hartmann Fibre Trophy.
Hilary Henson reports from the London Transport Museum.
Teams from BRITISH NUCLEAR itels, IMPERIAL METAL INDUSTRIES and INTERMEDIATE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT GROUP are set a problem to ' sort out' by judges Heinz Wolff and Professor Gordon Higginson.
Production assistant DANAPURVIS Director PAUL LOOSLEY Producer PETER BRUCE
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
To satisfy the needs of speed, safety and comfort, rival passenger railway companies introduced new technologies and new civil engineering.
Anthony Burton, in the last of eight films, follows a present-day enthusiasts' steam trip using 'Clan Line ' from York to Leeds, Harrogate and Knaresborough, and visits the National Railway Museum and the Royal Station Hotel, York.
Book (same title), Â£8.95,from bookshops
Three programmes written by JIM HAWKINS
2: In the Beginning starring Anthony Bate
David Collings , Anne Stallybrass
Trapped by a recalcitrant computer, the scientists call up Huxley and Wilberforce to try to reconcile their differences about scientific responsibility. With LAWRENCE HARDY
PETER CXAPHAM , MICHAEL SADLER TAYLOR MCAULEY , STEVE UBELS
An intriguing drama dealing amusingly and intelligently with some of the central issues of science. (TIME OUT) An intriguing new technique- in TV production (EDUCATION REVIEW) Electronic effects DAVE CHAPMAN
Produced and directed by MICHAEL COYLE (First broadcast in Schools)
The Oilman's Wife
When a girl marries an oilman she marries his job, goes where he goes. She lives between the phonecalls which have her packing her bags and heading for
Australia or Anchorage Aberdeen or Abu Dhabi. It sounds like fun -and can be, well-paid fun. But, when her husband leaves for the oilfield or the off-shore rig she must cope alone with the local lifestyle: the culture may be strange, the language foreign, local laws may prevent her taking a job, the children may be at boarding school half a world away. She will soon learn the meaning of ' cabin fever , which can be just as destructive in the sticky heat of the Gulf as in the freezing darkness of an Alaskan or a Shetland winter.
Research GILL BARNES
Assistant producer JONATHAN CRANE
Written and produced by TREVOR PHILPOTT Preview; page 23
Being a reconstruction in eight parts of the mysterious case surrounding Adelaide Bartlett. written by DOUGLAS LIVINGSTONE withand
1: By ' arrangement Adelaide de la Tremoille, illegitimate daughter of a noble French family, meets South London grocer Edwin Bart lett. The result is marriage ... and murder.
Music by RON GRAINER and DAVID CAIN Costume designer COLIN LAVERS Make-up artist LISA WESTCOTT Script editor ADRIAN VALE Designer OLIVER BAYLDON Producer RICHARD BEYNON
Directed by CAROL WISEMAN
(Part 2 on Thursday at 9.0 pm) See Letters: page 71
Edward Clarke, QC:
Sir Charles Russell:
Mrs Charles Bartlett:
The Rev George Dyson:
Mary Anne Furlong:
Written by DEREK INGREY
A detective series in 15 episodes starring
5: Investigation of a Copper
Video-taped evidence from an old case is missing and Nick Lewis is suspended.
Studio lighting PETER SMEE
Studio sound TREVOR WEBSTER Designer PHILIP LINDLEY Producer JOE WATERS
Director CHRISTOPHER BAKER
Book (same title), paperback 90p, hard-back 14.75, from bookshops
Record (some title, RESL 68) from record shops
Det Chief Insp Nick Lewis:
Introduced by Noel Edmonds
The AA celebrates its 75th birthday this year. Top Gear takes a nostalgic look at motoring since the turn of the century.
A new passenger terminal opens this week at Calais which should assist summer holiday traffic. Top Gear reports.
Frank Page tests more ' Frugal Fellows' and George Bailey analyses and demonstrates another motorcycle crash.
Director PETER STAUNTON
Producer DEREK SMITH. BBC Birmingham
PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELER , JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY present an informed account of what's happening in the world. With the latest news and weather forecast from FRAN MORRISON ,plus sports results from DAVID DAVIES.
with Anne Nightingale In the studio this week: Janis Ian and The Monochrome Set
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON