Five films about industrial organisation for technician students. 3: Getting it Together
Director SUSANNA CAPON
Produced by MIKE WEATHERLEY
Ten films for student nurses.
9: Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Book (same title), 11.10, from bookshops
Story: Harry's Baggy Jumper written and illustrated by SHONA KEITH. Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Ben Thomas
Pianist PAUL READE
Designer LES MCCULLUM
Scripts by PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT Directed by JOHN M. A. LANE Producer JUDY WHITFIELD
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
John M. A.
A practical guide to everyday writing, with seven new and handy ways of remembering spelling.
A series of programmes which aims to help mentally-handicapped people to get more out of life. Presented by BRIAN RIX
Let's Go to a Football Match
Series producer GORDON CROTON
Notes for parents and teachers, 65p inc postage, available from [address removed]
Five public talks on race relations. 3: Asians in Britain: Problem or Opportunity?
DR BHIKH parekh , Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Hull Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Five Views of Multi-Racial Britain, £l.00 inc postage and packing, from[address removed]
Ten projects for making furniture at home, presented by DAVID DAY and ALBERT JACKSON
8: Fully Upholstered Seating
Directed by DENIS GARTSIDE Produced by RON BLOOMFIELD
Five programmes telling the story of crime fiction. 3: Private Eye
Commentary by JULIAN SYMONS
Director DOUGLAS ARGENT
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
A series of nve programmes
3:ADAM HOPKiNS in conversationWith HARRY REE
Harry Ree gives a vigorous defence of the performance in practice of comprehensive schools.
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer JENNY ROGERS
When it comes to woodwork, carpenters Stan and Ollie have a solid head start!
(Black and white)
A series in 14 parts from the books by JAMES HERRIOT with Peter Davison and Carot Drinkwater 11:Ways And Means
Adapted by BRIAN FINCH
The Misses Dunn's pig delays James from his appointment at Darrowby Youth Club at which he is to make a speech - but he would rather face a savage pig ...
Producer BILL SELLARS
Directed by CHRISTOPHER BARRY (First shou'n on BBC1)
(Part 12 tomorrow at 5.55 pm)
The fourth of seven programmes made by young people for young people. This evening's programme comes from Greenock.
'Greenock's a wild place really,' says one of the production panel of seven, but their films, music and discussion go to prove it's something else as well.
They tackle the major themes of drink, girls' opportunities, education and setting up a band. Stiff Little Fingers and local band Pretty Boy Floyd provide the music.
Made with the help of the Community Programme Unit
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
The story of flying boats is one of ingenuity and enterprise; of style during the dying days of Britain's imperial grandeur; of Coastal Command's war against the U-boats and of post-war scepticism that hastened their end. For all those who new in them the flying boats were unique and unforgettable. In the first of three programmes David Lomax tells of the early days when Britain's first flying boat landed on the Solent in 1913; of First World War patrols in the North Sea; and of RAF pioneering nights to the Empire.
Film editor PETER HUNT Producer JOHN COLEMAN
(Part 2 next Monday)
In the sixth of eight programmes Des O'Connor plays host to some of the nnest entertainment talent from Britain and America.
Tonight's guests are - from Britain: Bernie Winters, Grace Kennedy from America: Jimmy Aleck
Orchestra directed by COHN KEYEt Programme associate NEiL SHAND Sound LEf) SHOREY
Lighting ERfc WALDS
Designer GRAHAM LOUGH
Executive producer JAMES MOtH Producer BRIAN FENDERS
The sixth of eight programmes
Ex-SAS Coat Hanger Car Aerial, Â£2.95. Genuine ex-Traffic Warden No Parking Cones Â£4.67. Phoney TV-cum-contact lenses Â£56.80. Wide selection reconditioned Rowan Atkinsons, Mel Smiths, Griff Rhys Joneses, Pamela Stephensons to be sold as seen.
SIatemaking is the only real industry North Wales has ever had. In 1900 there were 16,000 Welsh quarrymen producing roofing slates. Now there are only a few hundred. The state industry is dying and there is no sign of anything to replace it.
Slate was a way of life, with uniquely Welsh values, traditions and culture. The otd slate communities are still the strongholds of the Welsh language. But unemployment, tourism and the innux of English outsiders threatens to dismember what's left of the old ways. The people of Blaenau Ffestiniog, Bethesda and the NantIIe Valley tell their story.
A series of four programmes from the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, starring Alan Price, his musicians and singers and special guest Madeline Bell
Tonight the programme features Gospel, Blues and Soul music and includes 'Go where I send thee' and 'What'd I say '.
Designer JOHN COLEMAN
Producer PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT Director MIKE STEPHENS BBC Manchester
Peter Snow, Charles Wheeler , John Tusa and Peter Hobday present an informed account of what's happening in the world.
News, weather from UNDA ALEX ANDER , plus sport from DAVID !CKE.
Producer JOHN HOLME
Directors ALEX SAWARD , JOHN WtLKINSOff Assignment editors
GEORGE WALKER and JOHN MAHONEY Editor GEORGE CAREY