Second of three films by SID PEROU New Extremes
Peter Livesey , the Yorkshireman who pushed back the frontiers in the 70s relives the criticism and acclaim of his great climbs.
Writer BRIAN THOMPSON Film editor BRYAN JONES
Producer DOUGLAS 8. SMITH
The Cameramen 1939-45
The first of six programmes
Images and memories of World War II recalled by the cameramen. 1: The First Victory
Rov Boulting, David Macdonald and Ken Rodwell tell of the part they played making Desert Victory.
One Year in the Life of Bernard Aldrich
A Londoner , who escaped 20 years ago Bernard ALDRICH became River Keeper to Lord Mountbatten on a beautiful stretch of the River Test, where it flows through the Broadlands Estate.
Narrator TOM SALMON
Film editor PHIL MUTTON
Written and directed by MICHAEL CROUCHER BBC Bristol
starring Ray ' Crash ' Corrigan 5- Prisoners of Atlantis
The ambition-crazed Unga Khan begins the transforming process to control Diana's mind as Crash is overpowered by the tyrant's Black-Robes ...
(Part 6 tomorrow at 5.40 pm)
Based on EARL hamnkr JR'S autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain Written by KATHLEEN HITE
Directed by PHILIP LEACOCK
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
John Woodvine tells
The Running Companion by PHILIPPA PEARCE
stars Michael Craig , Simon Burke North Queensland: the 1920s.
Paddy Doolan is a proud Irish-
Australian teamster, determined to continue his work despite growing opposition from motonsea transport. He is supported by his sensitive younger son, Michael, but is at loggerheads with his other son, Will. This moving story is based on the award-winning novel by Elizabeth O'Conner.
Produced by ANTHONY BUCKLEY
Written and directed by DONALD CROMIE
(First showing on British tv) Films: P 13
Paddy Doolan ;:
A film with music by IAN WARING-GREEN
They attacked Horace Stockford with a shovel. Just one of the occupational hazards, frightening, funny and sad that have occurred as he works on the streets, while others play or sleep.
Dubbing mixer JOHN HALE
Film editor Robert MERCHANT Director DAVID PEARSON
The second frame in the series of 16 programmes for the 1982 Pot Black trophy. Group Two :
Eddie Charlton (Australia, 1980 Pot Black Champion) v Ray Reardon (Wales, six times World Champion)
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee JOHN Williams Commentator TED LOWE
Director ROY NORTON .
Producer REG PERRIN BBC Birmingham
Britain's top secret Atomic Weapons Research Establishment has opened its door to the public for the first time. In this unique setting David Wilson looks at the astonishing technological complexity involved in the manufacture of nuclear warheads for the most powerful weapon Britain has ever possessed. Scientists, engineers and technicians at Aldermaston-free for the first time to talk about their work - discuss the scientific challenges, the security they have to live with, and how they see weapon developments.
JIM TAYLOR , PETER MATTHEWS Film editor and direction MIKE MORTIMER
Producer cordon carr A TELEVISION NEWS special production
World Professional Championship Second Round
John Lowe (2),
Cliff LazarenKO (3). Bobby George (6) and Leighton Rees (7) are the players seeded to reach the quarter-finals in the lower half of the draw. Two players fancied to join them are top overseas stars Nicky Virachkul from the USA and Terry O'Dea from Australia.
with PETER SNOW, JOHN TISA
PETER HOBDAY , DONALD MACCORMICK
PETER fi'rves introduces further coverage from Jollees Club, Stoke-on-Trent. Commentators SID WADDELL , TONY GREEN