A series of five films about industrial organisation.
4: Delivering the Goods
Director SUSANNA CAPON
Produced by MIKE WEATHERLEY
The last of ten films
With the Mentally Subnormal
Director ROBERT ALBURY
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Book (same title), £1.10, from bookshops
Story: The Rusty Knight by JUDY WHITFIELD with a guest storyteller Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Stuart McGugan
Today, a look back at five useful and popular methods for 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 and Join a Club
Directed by ROSANNA HIBBERT
Series producer GORDON CROTON Notes for parents and teachers, 65p inc postage, available from [address removed]
Five public talks on race relations. 4: A Third World Perspective BISHOP TREVOR HUDDLESTON
Producer John TWITCHIN
Five Views of Multi-Racial Britain, £1.00 inc postage and packing, from: [address removed]
Ten projects presented by DAVID DAY and ALBERT JACKSON 9: Stationery Cabinet
Directed by DENIS GARTSIDE Produced by RON BLOOMFIELD
Book (same title), £7.50, from bookshops
Five programmes telling the story of crime fiction from Poe to the present.
4: Criminal Thoughts
Director DOUGLAS ARGENT
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Book (same title), £3.25, /rom bookshops
A series of five programmes
4: ADAM HOPKINS in conversation With PETER NEWSAM
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer JENNY ROGERS
Stan and Ollie land in jail but their attempts at roadwork culminate in a rice pudding battle with the prison governor! (Black and white)
A series in 14 parts from the books by JAMES HERRIOT starringand with Peter Davison and Carol Drinkwater 13: A Dog's Life
Adapted by JOHNNY BYRNE
James's days seem to be filled with endless animal ailments, and a difficult calving is bad enough but when the farmer's uncle knows a more competent man for the job, a vet's life is not worth living ...
Producer BILL SELLARS
Directed by KENNETH IVES
(The final episode is tomorrow 6.0 pm)
Man in car:
The fifth in a series of seven programmes made by young people for young people. Tonight's programme comes from Londonderry. ' If anyone's looking forward to a few bombs and a bit of rioting, they've got the wrong show. This is "something else" from Northern Ireland; golden metal under the ground, silver suits in the streets, and a revolutionary new aid to prevent sex discrimination (all we can tell you is that it's big and red and you stick it on your head). With music from Ian Dury and the Blockheads and Derry band The Sect.'
Made with the help of the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
The second of three programmes
In the 1930s the world was opened up for airline passengers and the flying boat took pride of place in the development of new routes. First came the largest aircraft in the world, the 12-engined German Dornier flying boat, soon to be followed by the graceful Empire flying boats of Imperial Airways. David Lomax continues the story until 1939 when the transatlantic service was started, only to be sharply interrupted by war.
Film editor PETER HUNT Producer JOHN COLEMAN
(Part 3: next Monday)
The seventh of eight programmes starring Des O'Connor, tonight with-from Britain: Les Dawson from America: Kelly Monteith and The Three Degrees
Orchestra directed by COLIN KEYES Programme associate NEIL SHAND Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting ERIC WALLIS
Designer GRAHAM LOUGH
Executive producer JAMES MOIR Producer BRIAN PENDERS
The seventh of eight programmes Special anniversary edition!
Many happy returns of the day to Lord Diplock, Lord of Appeal in Ordinary (73), Mr Maurice Green , former editor Daily Telegraph (74), and the Declaration of War on Japan (39) from Rowan Atkin son, Mel Smith , -Pamela Stephen -son, Griff Rhys Jones.
Designer DAVID HITCHCOCK Director BILL WILSON
Producers SEAN HARDIE , JOHN LLOYD
The Fat in the Fire
It is not true that fat adults necessarily eat more than thin ones. It is not true that an overfed baby will become a fat adult. So why do some people stay thin and others get fat?
In trying to answer this question, scientists have to date concentrated on what we eat - how we control our calorie intake. Now attention is turning to the output side of the equation-the calories we burn off in the form of heat. Recent research suggests that special fat cells (brown fat) may, ironically, help control weight by burning up surplus food. So those born with a defective brown fat system would tend to lay down any surplus food as the more common white fat, and so become overweight. If the theory is correct, could drugs be discovered to stimulate the brown fat cells and so help fat people get thin again? Narrator DR PHILIP JAMES
Essential viewing for all those sad fatties on crush diets which never seem to work. (DAILY MAIL) Editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
Written and produced by MARTIN FREETH
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The second of four programmes from the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, starring Alan Price , his musicians and singers.
Tonight the programme features songs of protest from the 60s, including ' Blowin' in the wind ' and ' Power to the people ',
Designer JOHN COLEMAN
Producer PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT
Director MIKE STEPHENS. BBC Manchester
with Peter-Snow, Charles Wheeler , John Tusa and Peter Hobday , news and weather from LINDA ALEXANDER , plus sport results from