6.40 Electronics: Digital Measurement.
7.5 Biology: Looking at Cells. 7.30 Handicapped in the Community.
Story: Old Winkle and the Seagulls Written by ELIZABETH ROSE Illustrated by GERALD ROSE Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Fred Harris
- Policy at Fairwater School
Education policy may be forged within schools as much as within the corridors of power. This film looks at the way policies covering the running and ethos of a large urban comprehensive school in Gwent are developed by members of the school community.
Producer GWYNN PRITCHARD
A BBC/Open University production
A TEX AVERY cartoon for MGM
The second of three programmes on the marine world
The Great Turtle Mystery Narrated by Hugh Falkus
Suddenly and silently from out of the boiling surf come turtles in countless thousands. Soon a normally deserted beach in Costa Rica disappears under a frenzy of mass nesting which is one of the great mysteries of the sea.
This rarely seen spectacle has been filmed by zoologist David Hughes , who spent many months investigating the turtles' strange behaviour and the even more dramatic events that follow the laying of ten million eggs on one tiny beach. For as the eggs hatch, the predators move in - sharks, vultures, iguanas, and even crabs lie in wait for the start of one of the most remarkable struggles for survival in the animal world.
Photography DAVID HUGHES
Produced by NED KELLY. BBC Bristol (Feast or Famine tomorrow at 6.5 pm)
Sally James and guest presenter David Soul invite established stars and newcomers to contribute to a lively half-hour of music and conversation.
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The last of six programmes Presented by Simon Bates and Gillian Miles Breakfast: good or bad for you? Wine: the best of British
Fruit and Vegetables: this week's best buys from Jonathan Choat.
The last programme in this topical series investigating what, why, when and where we eat and drink.
Director JILL MARSHALL Producer HENRY MURRAY
The first of eight programmes in which Arthur Negus visits houses which he especially enjoys, with a companion who shares his affection for the fine houses of this country and the treasures they contain.
He begins at Goodwood in the original Jacobean section of the house, seldom seen, as it is hidden by Wyatt's later additions. Arthur's companion is Bernard Price who lives a few miles away and knows the house and family history well.
Lighting JACK BELASCO
Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol
(Arthur Negus Enjoys Syon House tomorrow at 7.55 pm)
with Tony Soper. The Tit Family
The blue tit and the great tit. star performers at the garden bird table, must surely be the most watched birds in Great Britain.
This programme helps distinguish them from other close relatives and shows how they live when they're not eating our peanuts.
Film editor NORMAN BURGESS
Producer DILYS BREESE. BBC Bristol (Bird Spot on the kestrel, Fri 8.25 pm)
(Tony Soper introduces The World About Us, tomorrow at 6.5)
A series of eight films on historic ships and maritime museums in Britain.
Written and presented by Anthony Burton 6: Wooden Walls
The defence of the country from attack by sea produced men and ships capable of using developing technologies in wood and iron. Many of the original shipyards are in unlikely places.
ANTHONY BURTON visits Buckler's Hard in Hampshire, where many of Nelson's ships were built; Nelson's Victory at Portsmouth; and the frigate Unicorn at Dundee, to find out how the wooden ships were built and what life was like in them.
Film editor KEITH WILTON Producer MICHAEL GARROD
Book (same title) £12.95 from booksellers For free leaflet, send sae (220mm x 110mm) to: [address removed]
Charles Winninger , Arleen Whelan Forty years have passed since the end of the Civil War, but the Confederate spirit, typified by the amiable, ageing Judge Priest , still rules the town of Fairfield, Kentucky. It is election eve, and the Judge is up for re-election once again-but this time seriously rivalled by the State's Attorney, a sharp Yankee politician.
John Ford had made his first film based on the Judge Priest stories in 1934 with Will Rogers in the title role. The Sun Shines Bright, produced in 1953, follows the Judge, played by Charles Win ninger, through a series of incidents that threaten to ruin his political career.
Screenplay by LAURENCE STALLINGS
Based on IRVIN s. cobb's short stories Produced by JOHN FORD and merian C. COOPER Directed by john FORD
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Jimmy Perry presents another bill of variety acts of the 1930s and 40s, including
Bennett and Williams Norman Evans , G. H. Elliott and Robb Wilton
(Part 3 tomorrow at 10.15 pm)