S.40 From Petroleum to polyethylene.
7.5 Levels of Meaning. 7.30 Geophysical Techniques.
Story: The Compost Heap by GEOFF NICHOL. Presenters Chloe Ashcroft , Brian Cant
A series of eight autobiographical films in which
Malcolm Muggeridge looks back over his life, and over his 50 years as a journalist and broadcaster-featuring extracts from some of his many programmes. 7: 1971-1978
Heroes and Heroines. A Satirist Satirised. Muggeridge in Wax
Film editor DAVID LEE R at)
Producer JONATB £ N STEDALL
Boo" (same title), LB-95 from boo
The fourth of 13 films featuring the rediscovered work of amateur cameramen.
Introduced by James Cameron
A home-made film ' says he title at the beginning of this reel, bought in a junkshop. It's a film portrait of the village of St Boswells in the Scottish Lowlands- or rather a portrait of the villagers themselves and its simple, direct style -builds up a moving picture of its subjects' lives, to establish its unknown maker as something of a naive genius of the cinema.
Series producer BAVID COLLISON,
Presented by PAUL JORDAN (Repecit)
How do you design a country house? When Charles Rennie
Mackintosh built Hill House near
Glasgow in 1902 for waiter
Blackie, a Glasgow publisher, he was told to design the inside before the outside. But there were other influences on his style. This programme shows the exterior and interior of the house and the original decoration and furniture.
Walter Blackie 's own memoirs are used to show the creative relationship between client and architect.
Producer NICIt LEVINSONpt)
A BBC/Open University production (RpO
in Their First Mistake
Ollie is left holding the baby after Stan decides that an addition to the Hardy home will make for perfect harmony.
Directed by GEORGE MARSHALL
A series of 14 programmes from the books by JAMES HERRIOT starring
11- Alarms and Excursions Adapted by BRIAN FINCH
The difficulties of being a vet are multiplied when there is an outbreak of poisoning in the district. Siegfried takes it upon himself to find the poisoner and stop the slaughter....
Music by JOHNNY PEARSON Producer BILL SELLARS
Directed by RICHARD BRAMALL BBC Birmingham
Someone has leaked the contents of the McGovern Report to the press. Sir Michael's suspicions lead him into a confrontation with Eddie.
Serial written and devised by PHIL REDMOND . Title music by MARTIN COOK Costume designerLAURA ERGIS
Make-up artist DEANNE TURNER. Designer PAUL hunting. Producer BRIAN SPIBY Director COLIN CANT
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Sir Michael Gunther:
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
The last of eight films presented by Fred Housego
Faces from the past stare out of an old photograph. How much can you discover about the daily lives of these people who once knew and lived in your neighbourhood? In Somerset, Fred Housego met Ann Heeley, whose interest in the family who once owned her house led to research into the biography of a whole village.
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Japan and the Legacy of the Samurai
A series of seven films
Narrated by Julian Pettifer
5: The World in a Bowl of Tea
In the 14th century the recently imported fashion of tea drinking offered an excuse for exuberant parties accompanied by communal bathing, gambling and drunkenness, but by 1600, the start of the Edo period, it had developed into a semi-religious ritual, in an atmo sphere of refined simplicity.
Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL
Produced by MICHAEL IAACINTYRE olc-
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Among Russell's guests tonight is evangelist Billy. Graham, whos crusading again in Britain for the first time in 15 years.
Executive producer ken stephinson Producer ALAN WALSH
Between Arthur Marshall
Eve Pollard , Richard Stilgoe and Frank Muir
Liza Goddard , Hugh Leonard Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK goodson. BILL todman Directed by ALAN j. w. BELL
Producer PAUL CIANIseries
Alan J. W.
Saved in the Nick of Time
As our towns and cities grow and change, old structures constantly give way to the new. But before the men with the big iron ball arrive the doomed building may be cannibalised. Panel, staircase, stained glass, knocker, loo-any disposable bygone of fashionable or interesting design and superior craftsmanship will be recycled into some new environment, enriching the entrepreneur, who knows what will sell, and where. But this documentary film charts the progress of some of the more unusual 'transplants' saved from the apocalypse by Nick Mead.
A front porch trom Becuennam reborn as a gazebo in Atlanta, Georgia. A ' belle epoque ' conservatory born again as a human ' birdcage ' in a chic restaurant. A peal of bells from Marylebone, melted down and recast as ' Trinity ' the new tenor that rings out from Canterbury Cathedral.
Film editor ROLAND ARMSTRONG
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer ROBYN WALLIS
' The E major Concerto is full of an unconquerable joy of life, that sings its song of triumph in the first and last movements ..."
In the third of four programmes Kyung-Wha Chung plays and directs Bach's Concerto for violin and strings in E major (bwv 1042) The Scottish Chamber Orchestra, directed from the harpsichord by TREVOR PINNOCK , open the programme with Handel's Overture and Minuet from ' Ode for St Cecilia's day'
Sound RON ALLAN. Lighting JOHN MCCAW Designer WALTER MILLER
Producer JAMES HUNTER. BBC Scotland
from Riverside Studios, Hammer-smith. In the studio:
Japan, Thompson Twins
Vintage OGWT: Bob Marley and The Wailers (1973) plus films and interviews.
Introduced by Anne Nightingale and David Hepworth
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON