6 40 Instrumentation: Strain Gauging.
7.5 Into the Earth. 7.30 Calling the Tune.
Story: Mr Tuckett Moves to Town by JOAN SNAPES
Carol Leader, lain Lauchlan
with Ann Morrish
The Multiplying Glass by ANN PHILLIPS 2: Claudia
The last of ten programmes with Johnny Morris and TERRY NUTKINS
Terry decides it's about time he insured Gemini. But where do you go to insure a Californian sea-lion The answer is the most famous insurance company in the world-Lloyd's of London. And that's why Terry and Gemini find themselves in a Rolls-Royce this week on Gemini's first visit to the City of London.
And Johnny announces the result of the ' Draw an Animal of the Future' competition.
Producer mike BEYNON BBC Bristol
by BERNARD ASHLEY, dramatised in six parts by ALAN ENGLAND
1: Patsy is unhappy at home - her mother has no time for her, and her stepfather, Eddie, always seems to be in a bad mood. If only she could get back to Margate, where she'd been happy....
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Director ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER
When a wealthy widow advertises for a new husband both Stan and Ollie decide to compete for her hand, with hilarious and unexpected results.
The story of a warm-hearted family of pioneer stock - surviving the Depression years of the 30s and facing the war years of the 40s. starring
A difficult time for the Baldwin ladies when Miss Mamie faces an agonising choice.
Based on EARL iiamner jr's autobiographical novel Spencer's Muuntuin Written by E. F. wallengren Directed by RALPH WAITE
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
with Mary Astor
Humphrey Bogart stars as Rick Leland , an officer given a fake dishonourable discharge from the US Army. His secret mission is to trail the ominous Dr Lorenz, suspected of being an enemy agent. This gripping melodrama reunites the stars of The Maltese Falcon, and anticipates the name and character of Rick in Casablanca.
Screenplay by RICHARD macaulay
Produced by jerry jvald and JACK Saper Directed by JOHN huston (mack and white) Films: page 11
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Sam Wing On:
Live from London's Greenwood Theatre , television's most unpredictable half-hour. With music, conversation, and entertainment. Assistant producer emus RILEY Director RON ISTED
Produced by TOM gutteridge
BBC2 Snooker Champioifhip
The tenth frame in the series of 16 programmes.
Featuring in Group Two: Ray Reardon (Wales) six-times World Champion v Dennis Taylor (N Ireland) the Irish Champion .
Reardon has had one narrow win but Taylor lost his previous two games. This is their last chance to stay in the Championship. Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee JOHN WILLIAMS Commentator TED LOWE
Director ROY NORTON
Producer REG PERRIN. BBC Birmmham
The BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall
Second Semi-final Antrim
An Irishman from Co Antrim, with his little red collie which has sometimes been mistaken for a fox, and a farm manager who has won the Scottish National
Sheep Dog Championship, meet to decide who joins last week semi-final winner for a place in the Singles Final in two weeks time. For Ireland: ARTHUR MAWHINNEY from Ladyhill with Cindy
For Scotland: STUART DAVIDSON from Sandbank with Ben
The Brace Championship continues today at Bala, North Wales RON BAILEY with Spot and Ed (England) v
MEL PAGE with Nell and Fly (Wales)
Technical co-ordinator JOHN EYNON Director MICHAEL kerr ProducerIAN smith
presents two classic films from the early days of documentary. Featured in last month's True to Life? edition, they're shown complete for the first time on British television. Listen to Britain made in 1941 by HUMPHREY JEN NINGS, is a poetic evocation of the spirit with which - and for which - Britain was fighting the war. Housing Problems made in 1935 by arthur ELTON and EDGAR ANSTEY , simply ' reported ' from the heart of London's East End slums, giving ordinary people a voice for the first time in cinema history.
The 'father' of documentary, John Grierson hoped it would give people ' a living sense of what is going on'. In quite different ways, both these films did exactly that. Introduced by Gavin Millar
Arena editor ALAN YENTOB
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The Chancellor of the Exchequer The Rt Hon
Sir Geoffrey Howe , mp for the Government
The Newsnight team analyses and assesses the implications of today's Budget.
As well as the interpretations, the views and opinions of politicians at Westminster who will be debating Sir Geoffrey Howe 's proposals in the coming weeks.