6.40 Insect Diversity. 7.5 Earth Materials: 1. 7.30 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure.
from Royal Porthcawl Golf Club, Wales. Peter Alliss plays golf and talks to Max Boyce , the Welsh entertainer.
Director ALASTAIR SCOTT
Producer havid kenning
Those '40' Glorious Years
For the best part of five decades the names of Campbell, Cobb, and Segrave epitomised Britain's domination of the World Land Speed Record. Raymond Baxter talks to friends, relatives, and colleagues of those intrepid drivers.
The greatest pilgrimage of all - the Hajj. Every year millions of Muslims converge on Mecca. We follow a group of pilgrims from their mosque in Manchester.
Producer KEN PATTON
A BBC/Open University production
previews daytime programmes from the Open University.
continues a season of classic films starring
Enemy agents are scheming to kidnap Dr Franz Tobel, inventor of a new secret weapon. In spite of elaborate precautions, Tobel disappears, and Sherlock Holmes is convinced that the notorious
Professor Moriarty is responsible.
Based on the story The Dancing Men by SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Directed by ROY william neill
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Sir Arthur Conan
A six-part comedy series with Toyah Willcox
B. A. Robertson and Nicky Croydon , Billy Hartman Colin Jeavons , Mandy More
Will Jules buy another bag of chips? Will the Captain save the ship? Will John go to the match? Is Nelson lonely up there? For the answers to these and other questions, turn to Dear Heart.
Designer ROGER cann
Production JUDY whitfield
An award-winning Bulgarian animation - a humorous fable about our competitive society.
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
The world-renowned pioneer of drama in education, Dorothy Heathcote , puts Captain Cook,
Brunet, Golda Meir and the novelist Joyce Carey on her list of heroes. She talks to Eric Robson about her choice.
Director JOHN kyle
Producer ROGER lHJRfa:ss
February is a time for re-stocking the garden with shrubs, ornamental trees and fruit trees. But how do you select good, healthy specimens, and will the new dwarfing rootstocks of fruit trees benefit the amateur gardener? Geoff Hamilton and Clay Jones visit Wyevale Nurseries in Hereford.
Produced by denis W. GARTSIDE BBC Birmingham
Gardening hints on Cecjax page 269
Who'll Start to Start?
A nuclear doomsday is the most terrifying prospect facing mankind and preventing it the most urgent problem.
During the 70s, hopes for genuine arms limitation by the superpowers centred on SALT (Strategic
Arms Limitation Talks), But that process came to a halt after the Russian invasion of Afghanistan in 19/9 and the SALT 11 treaty signed by Presidents Carter and Brezhnev has never been implemented.
The US remains reluctant to bargain during the Polish crisis and the Soviets are critical of America's commitment to disarm Margaret Jay reports on the present state of the chess game of nuclear disarmament.
Producer BRUCE TODD. Editor PETER IBBOTSON
by JENNIFER JOHNSTON adapted for television by DEREK MAHON starring Sian Phillips Barry Foster with Alan MacNaughtan
Daniel Day-Lewis and Christopher Fairbank
How many miles to Babylon? Four score and ten, sir.
Will I get there by candlelight? Yes and back again, sir.
Music composed and arranged by fiEOFFREY BURGON
Script editor brenda reid
Editor KEN PEARCE
Photography JOHN HOOPER
DAVID MYERSCOUGH- JONES
ProducerINNES LLOYD Director
French cafe prorietor:
a boy Jerry:
Voice of Jerry's mother:
A way of ending the week. Brian Glover with late-night conversation and music from the Greenwood Theatre, London.
Producer PHILIP chilvers Director DAVID F.TURNBULL
Series producer Frances whitake r