'.41 Writing Together. 7.5 Doctors: Too Few or Too Many? 7.3* Conflict in the Family.
A series of eight documentary films featuring practising supervisors in industry and commerce. 3: I'm in Charge
Becoming a supervisor can be quite a shock, especially to your relationships with colleagues and other departmental supervisors. During this period of change and adjustment, what are the important things for a new supervisor to bear in mind?
Assistant producer SALLY KIRKWOOD Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Story: Dick Whittington (trad) Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Ben Thomas
The first day of the May three-day meeting at this famous and picturesque course on the Sussex Downs.
2.30 The Halnaker Stakes (5f)
3.0 The Tangmere Handicap (Old Mile)
3.30 The Clive Graham Stakes dim)
This valuable prize, which commemorates the BBCtv, revered paddock commentator, always attracts top-class horses.
4.0 The Westerton Handicap (lfm) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER
Television presentation KEITH PHILLIPS
4.50 BART 1: The Bart Car. 5.15 The Structured Interview. 5.4t Handicapped in the Community. 6.5 Working in the National Interest. 6.31 Elements Discovered.
Introduced by Hilary Henson
Teams from the ROYAL NAVY, N. E. I. PARSONS and the SHIRLEY INSTITUTE are required to put their best foot forward to stay above water to solve today's problem.
Judging them Heinz Wolff and Ian Fells, Professor of Energy Conversion, University of Newcastle.
Assistant producer CAROLINE vandenbrul Studio director BRIAN davim ProducerPETER bkoce
N. E. I.
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing followed by Weather
The Cameramen 1939-45
The first of six programmes
Images and memories of World War II recalled by the cameramen and illustrated by their film. 1: The First Victory
In 1939 the Nazis went to war armed with a propaganda machine that bombarded the world with film of their early triumphs. It was to be three years before the British made their first major propaganda film but then it was three years before the British had their first major victory.
Three members of the Army Film and Photographic Unit, Roy Boult ing, David Macdonald and Ken Rodwell , tell of the part they played in the making of Desert Victory, the much-acclaimed feature documentary about the battle at El Alamein.
Researcher JAMES BARKER Producer TOM COMWAY
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Twenty years ago the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament could muster over 100,000 supporters to its Easter gathering; three years later the movement was in a shambles.
Eric Robson asks Canon John Collins , leader of CND from 1958-64, what went wrong?
As there are far more nuclear weapons in the world now, does he think they failed? With hindsight, did he put too much trust in politicians? Would it have been better to have thrown the movement behind Bertrand Russell and the militants? And how does he rate the current revival of CND?
Research ADAIRE OSBALDESTON Director PAUL LOOSLEY Producer ALAN DOBSON BBC Manchester
A series of nine weekly programmes in which actors, playwrights, directors and divers other theatricals assemble in two teams to compete in a lighthearted battle of wits under the watchful eye of resident questionmaster
Alfred Marks This week:
Richard Eyre , Sheila Hancock Phil Daniels v
Elaine Stritch , Dinsdale Landen Caroline Langrishe
The questions are drawn from an assemblage of amusing and intriguing materials, covering all aspects of the theatre past and present.
Devised by ROSEMARY WILTON Designer beknard LLOYD JONES Lighting BERT postlethwaite Producer petes BUTLER Woddis On ... page 81
This week from the stage of Snape Maltings, the popular country music artist reflects in song his obsession with Trains aided by The Family Brown and Somers & Co
Musical director graham COOPER Director RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
A series in 13 episodes 2: What I Mean Is. . by JIM HAWKINS and ANTHONY MINGHELLA starring Patrick Stewart
Jo is now an in-patient at Maybury. Meanwhile, Dr Roebuck sees the Stones, a young married couple, as out-patients. He can help them with their sexual difficulties - but are their problems deeper than they seem?
Music by DARYL RUNSWICK
Medical adviser DR DENNIS FRIEDMAN Designer JON PUSEY
Script editor KERRY CRABBE
Producer RUTH BOSWELL
Directed by RICHARD STROUD
The introduction to last week's feature on Maybury should have stated that the series is entirely fictional and not as stated in some editions of RADIO TIMES.
Dr Edward Roebuck:
Dr Jennifer Brent:
Sister Barbara Bowley:
Introduced by Judith Jackson
Who cares for the handicapped driver? Sue Baker investigates some of the latest ways in which their special problems are being overcome.
Speed limits: are the restrictions on many of our roads as low as they need to be? Frank Page reports.
Ted Clements , Senior Examiner of the Institute of Advanced Motorists, demonstrates good driving techniques.
Back to the Drawing Board
Owners tell FRANK PAGE of design faults with their cars. What's New with Sue
SUE BAKER brings us up to date with news of the motoring scene, together with new products and ideas.
Director PHILIP FRANKLIN
Executive producer DEREK smith BBC Birmingham
with PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELER JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY , the latest news and weather forecast from LINDA ALEXANDER , plus sports results from DAVID ICKE.
takes a look at the contemporary rock scene in Texas. Anne Nightingale introduces in the studio
Joe Ely , Sir Douglas Quartet with films, album tracks, interviews, news and reviews.
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON