Spatial Analysis of Hyde Park , 6.30 Air
Fares. 6.55 Maths: Differentiation. 7.20 Learning from Experience. 7.45 Augustus: Portrait and Image.
Not all dance is specialised movement performed by trained dancers. There is a repertoire of movement in everyday life which is complex, co-ordinated and available to all.
Producer NOELLA SMITH
A BBC/Open Vnlverslty production
Selected episodes from this American 50s comedy series, starring
Hiring the Maid
The ghostly Kerbys and their alcoholic dog Neil continue to complicate Cosmo Topper's life now that he and Henrietta are happily installed in the Kerby's old home.... Produced by JOHN W. LOVETON
Last of five programmes written and presented by John FitzMaurice Mills. Jeweltery
An Australian drama in nine parts adapted from the autobiographical novels by ALAN MARSHALL
4: Crutches are Nothing
Alan's imagination is fired by the colourful characters he meets on a summer visit to a timbercutter's camp. As he listens eagerly to conversations and arguments, his destiny as a writer begins to take shape.
Screenplay by ROGER SIMPSON
Produced by JOHN GAUCI , Directed by KEVIN DOBSON. An ABC production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Introduced by David Attenborough
To most people foxes are dirty, mangy vicious killers, creeping into our cities at night, attacking cats and raiding dustbins.
But the facts suggest that urban foxes are not the villains they're made out to be. Filmed at night and by day in city streets and gardens, this programme sets out to find where they live, what they eat and how they co-exist with other city animals - including man. Scientific adviser DR STEPHEN HARRIS written and produced by MIKE BEYNON BBCBristol
* Subtitles on Ceejax page 270
hptween Frank Muir
Gayle Hunnicutt , Julian Pettifer and Arthur Marshall
Sheila Steafel , Robert Powell Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARX GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Directed by JOHN BISHOP Producer PAUL CIANI
with a host of stars including Kenny Everett, Oliver Reed, Diana Dors, Peter O'Toole, Britt Ekland, Richard Harris, Eric Morecambe plus Hercules the bear and Grace Jones (she's the one on the left!) Music from Rod Stewart and Bucks Fizz, among many others.
Russell's been bitten, scratched and beaten up in the course of his live shows - join him tonight for a who's who of people, places, performances and events encountered over the last three years. Executive producers TOM GUTTERIDGE , KEN STEPHINSON
A series of five one-man shows Alfred Marks in the Spotlight
Since his first endeavours as an entertainer at the age of 7 on his tenement staircase in Petticoat Lane, ALFRED MARKS has embraced the whole spectrum of show business - variety, panto, musicals, seaside shows, radio, films and television -with enormous success.
Tonight, a little tongue-in-cheek with anecdotes and an occasional song. he recalls some of the more interesting incidents in his long and successful career.
Lighting SAM BRANTER . Sound IAN LEIPER Producer DON SAYER
Presented by Maria Aitken
A new chat show which reveals the private memories behind the public face. Celebrities play a game of reminiscence and swap stories about secret places, passions, heroes-even their most memorable smells. Peter Skellern plays their musical choices. Tonight's guests are
Lord Lichfield and Tracey Ullman
Designer DAVID BUCKINGHAM Assistant producer
Director DAVID g. CROFT Executive producer FRANCES WHITAKER
Producer LAVINIA WARNER
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John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick , with Joan Bakewell and Linda Alexander
11.40SodiumChemistry.Michigan.1970s: the preparation of a compound containing a negatively charged metal ion.
12.5 am Adaptive Systems: Telecommunications. Sophisticated electronic systems automatically compensate when signals are rerouted or when noise threatens communications.