A five-part series about managing small businesses: 3
Club chairman IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS
Director MARY SPRENT
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Eight documentary films featuring practising supervisors. 6: Who's for Training?
Assistant producer SALLY KIRKWOOD Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Story: Alexander's Flycycle Written by ELIZABETH ROSE AND GERALD ROSE
Chloe Ashcroft , Chris Tranchell
A series of 12 programmes giving help with O-level Maths. 8: Equations
Presented by NORMAN GOWAR (Open University)
Director PATRICK TtTLEY Producer ROBERT CLAMP
The last in an eight-part examination of the history and current state of the British economy. Written and presented by JOHN EATWELL
A Good Servant but a Bad Master
Directed by ROBERT ALBURY
Produced by TONY ROBERTS
Six programmes on the origins and growth of the Arab-Israeli dispute. 4: The Mandate Begins
Production assistant CAROLINE PICK Producer ROGER OWEN
Ten case studies for discussion by teachers
8: Education versus Prejudice
Are teachers - especially in ' all white' areas - aware of pupils' misconceptions and ignorance about racial matters? How can they handle the emotional and irrational elements of prejudiced views?
Film editor PAUL SINCLAIR
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Ronald Colman , Signe Hasso
Ronald Colman won an Oscar for his fine performance as the Broadway actor Anthony John , increasingly dominated by the characters he portrays on stage. When he agrees to play Othello, madness and murder threaten to destroy him.
Screenplay by RUTH cordon , GARSON KANIN Produced by MICHAEL KANIN Directed by GEORGE CUKOR
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A series of 18 programmes
Part 11: by JANE HOLLOWOOD
Collecting sweet wrappers to pay for science equipment proves to have its dangers.
Series devised by PHIL REDMONO Producer susi hush
Director JOHN PROWSE
(Part 12 tomorrow at 5.40 pm)
Riverside Studios, Hammersmith. The music, art and style of today, introduced by Nicky Picasso and David Grant
This week-on location with Heaven 17, music from David Sylvian and Orchestre Jazira , plus more behind-the-scenes news from Ian Birch.
Executive producer MtCHAEL APPLETON Director DAVID g. CROFT
Producer JOHN BURROWES
A Personal Voyage
Is there really anyone else out there? If so, why haven't they been in touch yet? This week Sagan examines some famous UFO sightings-and asks if we or 'they' might, in the eventuality, be able to crack the cryptogram of inter-terrestrial communication. Presented by Carl Sagan
Executive producer ADRIAN MALONE
A joint production of KCET and CARL SAGAN PRODUCTIONS INC in association with BBCtv
Theme music on Space Invaded (record REH 442, cassette ZCR 442) from retailers
with subtitles, followed by Weather
John Holmes and Nigel Farrell find out where your money goes.
There are always villains after your cash, but your pocket is picked legally just as often. Are you getting value for your money from shops? manufacturers? the local council? the Government? This series shows how someone, somewhere is always after your money, and how you can hang on to more of it; and Leslie Chap man, author of Your Disobedient Servant and the scourge of bumbling bureaucrats, gives his personal views on how to stop wasting money.
Producer JOHN LYNCH
Studio director STUART MCDONALD
Film editors MIKE APPELT. PETER HARRIS Executive producer DICK gillinc
Olympic Basketball Final 1972: USA v USSR
The Americans had won every gold medal and had not even lost an Olympic match since basketball was introduced to the Olympics in 1936. 'Those final 40 seconds
starring Des O'Connor , who plays host to some of the finest entertainment talent from Britain and America. Des sings, jokes and talks in the company of his guests from both sides of the Atlantic. Tonight's special guests are from Britain:
Larry Grayson , Barbara Dickson from America: Rich Little
Orchestra directed by COLIN KEYES Programme associate NEIL shand Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Designer Jim CLAY
Produced and directed by BRIAN PENDERS
A series of seven programmes written by DICK CLEMENT and IAN LA FRENAIS based on a character originally created by KINGSLEY AMIS
5: Eckersley Revisitedfeaturing Clive Swift
Margery Mason , Peter Hughes
It is 1967 and Jim Dixon , who is in London trying rather unsuccessfully to get in on the swinging 60s, goes back to his native Eckersley, Yorks, for Easter. Primarily the idea is to see his parents but he has also accepted an unexpected invitation to stay a night at the ancestral home of Lord Davenport.
Signature tune and incidental music written and performed by ALAN PRICE Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Sound recordist STUART MOSER Studio lighting MIKE JEFFERIES Designer STEVE SCOTT
Producer HAROLD SNOAD
The Professor of Surgery
' The customer is always right. They are customers, or clients. If we had no customers we'd have no job. I sometimes feel like writing over the walls - " No patients - no hospital"
Tonight's programme is an informal portrait of Professor Ian McColl at work in Guy's Hospital, London and Edenbridge War Memorial Hospital, Kent. What makes a good surgeon? How does he avoid operating on the wrong patient? How does he teach his students to talk to their future patients? How much should a patient be told about what is going to happen in the theatre? And if the operation is done under local anaesthetic, what do the surgeon and patient talk about?
Film editor MICHAEL FLYNN
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY Producer CHRISTOPHER SYKES
There are many faiths but the spirit is one, in me, in you and in every man. (LEO TOLSTOY) In this series of films six people reflect upon the faith they practise and explain how it helps them to live in Britain today. 5: Muhammad Jamil
MUHAMMAD JAMIL lives in London. He's a Muslim and shares the same God, Allah, with his Jewish and Christian brethren. ' Allah means worthy of worshipping. Allah is everywhere. It's not possible to describe the shape of Allah. What we have to believe is that there is Allah, and that he is at the centre of everything, starting with family life.'
Film editor DAVID ELLIOTT Producer LALAGE NEAL
Series producer INGRID DUFFELL
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick , with Joan Bakewell and Linda Alexander , present television's fullest and most authoritative daily news magazine.
With Charles Wheeler on foreign affairs, Peter Hobday on business, Tony Lewis on sport, and reporters in Britain and around the world, the Newsnight team brings you the major events of the day with the pictures and interviews that matter and the analysis that counts.