6.40 Maths - Quadric Surfaces. 7.5 Debate on Community Prmt. 7.30 The Tay Estuary.
Story: Katherine written and illustrated by ELISABETH MACINTYRE Presenters
Carol CheH, Don Spencer
Pianist WILLIAM BLEZARD Designer PAUL HAINES
Written by HENRIETTTA CLARK Directed by PETER WILTSHIRE Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v West Indies from Trent Bridge First Day
Live coverage of all this afternoon's play from Nottingham.
A Portrait of Lake Dal, Kashmir ' If Paradise is anywhere on earth it is here.' With these words, the builder of the Taj Mahal celebrated a stretch of water that is a paradise for the Kashmiris who grow flowers and vegetables on its floating gardens, and for the thousands of tourists who take to its famous houseboats.
Photography DAVID SOUTH Sound DAVE BRINICOMBE
Film editor MASAHIRO HIRAKUBO Producer PETER MONTAGNON
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Rates - Through the Roof?
This year's rate increases have been some of the biggest-ever, whilst many areas have also seen sharp cuts in services by local councils. Do we get value for money in local government, or is there something fundamentally wrong with the way we pay for its services? And how much control should the Government have over local spending plans?
David Jessel looks at the facts and fictions behind the rates.
Producer COLIN MARTIN Editor PETER IBBOTSON
Some Very Gallant Gentlemen
150 Years of Exploration with the Royal Geographical Society 1830-1980
Introduced by Duncan Carse
The conquest of the Poles, the exploration of the great deserts, the discovery of the sources of the Nile and the Amazon, the ascent of Everest - all have been achieved in the last century and a half. And it was this golden age of exploration which saw the birth and rise of the Royal Geographical Society. In those last 150 years the society has supported more than 1,000 expeditions and helped fill in the many blanks on the map.
Tonight's programme joins an expedition-planning seminar as it considers journeying to the farthest ends of the earth; and looks back to some of the earliest exploration film ever shot: Shackleton's ship Endurance being crushed in the ice of the South Pole in 1915; Captain Noel
(above; taking part in the first-ever attempt on Everest in 1922; Dr Hamilton Rice exploring the Amazon by canoe and aeroplane in 1925 - film from the Royal Geographical Society's archives, never before seen on television.
Film editor ROLAND TONGUE
Production assistant DAWN A. SWERLING Producer RICHARD ROBINSON Series editors
ANTHONY ISAACS and PETER JONES
Being a reconstruction in eight parts of the mysterious case surrounding Adelaide Bartlett written by DOUGLAS LIVINGSTONE
8: The Crown has decided that The Rev George Dyson has no case to answer. Adelaide is left alone to face a charge of wilful murder.
For full cast list see Tuesday, page 39
The Rev George Dyson:
Edward Clarke, QC:
Sir Charles Russell:
invites you to join him and his friends for music, songs and humour. Among his poems and songs will be 'Jobsworth', 'I've got friends ' and ' National anthems '. Featuring
Telephone Bill and the Smooth Operators and special guests
Spike Milligan , Catherine Howe
Costume RUPERT JARVIS Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting FRED DesignerWRIGHT JON pusey
Producer MARCUS PLANTIN
Ken Hill 's Operation
Even just before his operation last year, KEN HILL looked extremely fit. Yet he could have had a lethal heart attack at any moment. In tonight's film you can see how he faced up to his situation and what modern surgery was able to do to help him.
Narrator ROBERT WINSTON
Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Film recordist JULIAN BALDWIN Film editor PAUL EDMUNDS
Production assistant FIONA HOLMES Producer JOHN MANSFIELD
Donny MacLeod travels deep into the swamps and bayou of Louisiana to discover Cajun country.
The Cajun today still lives in isolation from the rest of America. He still speaks the pidgin French of his forefathers, driven into the swamps by their religious persecutors two centuries ago. And he still hunts the muskrat and the beaver in the murky channels that run into the Gulf of Mexico.
It was at sunset that MacLeod set off in search of more deadly swamp creatures in the company of WILLIE BADEAUX, the legendary ' alligator man' of Bayou Gauche.
Produced and directed by PETER BERCOMBE
Editor JIM DUMICHAN BBC Birmingham
PETER SNOW, CHARLES 'WHEELER, JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY present an informal account of what's happening in the world. Including news summary, weather forecast and sports results.
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series England v
West Indies from Trent Bridge
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the first day's play.
Producer NICK HUNTER