Story: Great Grandpa's Journey by JOHN M. A. LANE Presenters
Floella Benjamin , Andrew Secomne
Pianist NIGEL HESS
Designer CECILIA BRERETON Written by PETER WILTSHIRE Produced by JOHN m. alane
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
John M. A.
World Indoor Bowls
The concluding stages of the quarter-finals. Action from the Coatbridge Indoor Bowling Club.
The last of four programmes about the history of aviation in the West. „
Swifter than Sound
The rise and fall of Glosters from the Javelin triumph at Farnborough to the closing down and sale of the airfield in 1964. A look at Westlands' growing success in the helicopter world.
The Filton story continued from the first flight of the T.188 supersonic experimental aircraft to the roll-out of the last Concorde. Narrator ROBERT POWELL
Film editor TONY LLOYD-JONES Written and produced by RICHARD ROBINSON
previews daytime programmes from the Open University. A regular round-up for the general audience of some of the University's wide range of output.
continues a season of classic films starring
Corpses and clues accumulate in this tale of murder, mystery and old family rituals, but Holmes moves with his usual mathematical precision through the labyrinthine plot aided by the bumbling, indispensable Watson.
Screenplay by BERTRAM milhauseh , based on a story by SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Directed by ROY WILLIAM NEILL Films: page
Sir Arthur Conan
Alan Brien , film critic of the Sunday Times and Punch columnist, chooses his heroes-who include Sigmund Freud , Walter Matthau , Eleanor Marx and Orson Welles as Citizen Kane. With the help of film extracts, he talks to Eric Robson about his choice.
Director JOHN kyle e
Producer ROGER burgess
Start the weekend here with 35 minutes of live action from Studio A, Manchester, introduced by Robert Elms and Jackie Spreckley.
Music from Blue Rondo a la Turk
Ring in and let us know what you think [number removed]
Lines open during the show until 9.0 pm.
Producer PETER Hamilton
Editor Colin Adams
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
A Place for Wildlife
In the last of the present series, Angela Rippon makes a winter tour to revisit some of the people whose love of the British countryside, its wildlife and concern for its conservation has become a full-time commitment.
With bird photographer Eric Hos king, wildlife artist Gordon Ben ingfield, nature reserve warden Robin Bovey , naturalist Phil Drabble and Sir Peter Scott , Chairman of the World Wildlife Fund, Angela explores contrasting corners of Britain to find out what we can do to ensure that our native wildlife still has a place in the country.
Written and produced by peter Crawford BBC Bristol
Health Care for All?
New medical discoveries and treatments can save more lives and cure more illnesses. But they are also expensive, and not always readily available for every patient.
At a time of economic stringency, how will the National Health Service fulfil its commitment to health care for all? Might it now be forced to choose who to treat, even whose lives to save? And how should the priorities be agreed? Steve Bradshaw reports.
Producer FRANCESCA KIRBY-GREIII Editor PETER IBBOTSON
The top Canadian country group stop off at
The Snape Maltings in Suffolk to play and sing their songs to an audience of enthusiasts.
Director RICK GARDNf :R
Producer DOUGLAS BESPE
by GUY MEREDITH starring
An ex-West End playwright, interviewed by a hack-journalist for a railway station biography. How can this turn into a love story?
Sound CHICK ANTHONY
Lighting DUNCAN FROWN Designer OLIVER HAYLDON ROSEMARY HILL
Director MICHAEl. Reffererna
World Indoor Bowls Championship
The third and fourth quarter-finals and first semi-final will be decided at the Coatbridge Indoor Bowling Club. Commentators dougie DONNEILY
DAVID BRYANT , GRAHAM HOWARD
PETER SNOW, JOHN TUSA , PETER HOBDAY and DONALD MACCORMICK present an informed account of what's happening in the world.
A way of ending the week.
Frank Delaney with late-night conversation and guests from the Greenwood Theatre, London.
Director DAVID p. TURNBULL Producer FRANCES WHITAKER