6.5 The Client
6.30 Oceanography: Deep Sea Drilling
6.55 Maths: Tutor Marked Assignments
7.20 Crust and Mantle of the Earth
7.45 Sound in View
9.10 A Good Job with Prospects
Working with the Elderly and Handicapped: they can be difficult and trying - so why do people want to work with them? Young people talk about the rewards and failures. Producer JILL GLINDON REED Series editor RON SMEDLEY
9.38 Going to Work
Youth Training Schemes: examples of work experience training undergone. Narrator ASTLEY JONES
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL
10.0 You and Me
10.15 Music Time
18: The Sleeping Beauty (2). More orchestral music, with part of the story illustrated by puppets. with JONATHAN COHEN , HELEN SPEIRS Puppet film ALAN PLATT
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
10.38 Twentieth-Century History India - The Brightest Jewel
11.0 Zig Zag. Layer Upon Layer
The Monkey and the Moon
11.42 General Studies The Language of Music
Can music express feelings or states of mind? With examples from reggae, the pop group MADNESS and OLIVER KNUSSEN 'S opera Where the Wild Things Are, the musicians explain what they are trying to communicate. Producer BRUCE JAMSON
12.10 pm Hold Down a Chord
A beginner's course in folk guitar with JOHN PEARSE
12.25 Plants in Action
9: To Spray or Not to Spray?
12.50-1.15 Inside YTS
4: Who Needs Guidance?
1.20 Encounter: Italy
A Start in Life?
1.38 Scotland this Century 4: Two World Wars
2.1 Words and Pictures
Trog Makes a Trap: the Trog family are spectacularly unsuccessful in their efforts to hunt for food.
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
2.18 The History Trail
5: Roads and Waterways
2.40 The Music Arcade
9: Music and Dance (2)
At Heathlands School for the Deaf, St Albans , parents and teachers overcome the barriers deafness creates to develop their children's language and learning abilities to the full.
Producer SUZANNE CAMPBELL-JONES
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Luther Adler , Gail Russell
In this exciting period adventure, set in the East Indies, Wayne plays the enigmatic Captain Rails, whose old rivalry with the owner of his ship leads him to scuttle its cargo of gold. But when the two men meet again a dangerous game is played over the secret of the ship's location.
Screenplay by HARRY BROWN. KENNETH GAMET Based on the novel by GARLAND ROARK Directed by EDWARD LUDWIG
Mayrant Ruysdaal Sidneye:
Teleia Van Schreeven:
Harmenszoon Van Schreeven:
Sir Gordon Richards
In 1953 there was a coronation, an FA Cup winner's medal for Stan Mat thews, and a first Derby win for one of racing's most successful servants.
The last of six films on the growth of the new nationalism in Europe. The Flemings and Walloons
Belgium is the divided heart of a united Europe. After generations of economic and cultural subservience to the French-speaking Walloons, the Flemings are now more numerous and more prosperous. Politics is tribalised. Parties are split on language lines, services are administered by the separate communities, and the Government is by uneasy coalition. Nationality is at odds with citizenship. Series devised and presented by George Reid
Film cameraman GARRY MORRISON Film sound PETER BRILL
Film editor coun COMMANDER Director ADRIAN herring
Series editor MATTHEW SPICER BBC Scotland
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir Virginia McKenna Sir Huw Wheldon and Arthur Marshall
Lynsey de Paul , John Dunn Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI
Presented by Anneka Rice
The first of eight programmes in which a number of well-known personalities take up the sport of their choice. This week:
Billy Connolly takes up horse-riding - 'It was the movies that did it. I've always wanted to learn to ride since seeing the Westerns.'
Martin Shaw has his first flight in a glider - 'I used to build and fly model gliders as a boy and I always wondered what it would be like to be up there with them.'
And ANNEKA RICE joins Steve Cram to learn orienteering - 'I do a lot of running to keep fit, and orienteering demands quick thinking as well as fitness.'
Film editor PATRICK FLEMING Research VICKI MOORE
Produced by PETER RAMSDEN
0 FEATURE: page 76
The first of five comedy programmes by JILL TWEEDIE and CHRISTOPHER BOND starring Lynn Redgrave with Jonathan Newth Sarah Neville and Helen Cotterill
With a husband like Josh, two teenage children and a baby, Martha is only too eager to embrace the principles of feminism. When she puts them into practice, Josh is put to the test....
Lighting director HARRY BRADLEY Designer TONY THORPE
Executive producer ALAN J. w. BELL Produced by ZANNA BESWICK Directed by MANDIE FLETCHER
0 FEATURE: page 11
Prisoners of Incest
The Hospital for Sick Children at Great Ormond Street in London believes that incest between parent and child is a sign that the whole family is severely disturbed. To reduce damage to the children, the hospital believes that the family must discuss their problems and vent their feelings.
This film shows the dramatic events when a family of five, 'the Carpenters', meet the father for the first time in two years, to talk about the incest that took place between father and daughter. The family is based on real cases seen by the hospital, but they are played by actors. The team who pioneered this treatment play themselves. The film reveals why disturbed parents misuse their power over their children, and how such victims can begin to overcome the effects of incest.
Film editor STEPHEN BOTTOMORE
Assistant producer PENNY CHERNS Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY Producer ROBIN BRIGHTWELL
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A selection of the best in British boxing over the last two decades. Written and narrated by Harry Carpenter
In action: CHRIS FINNEGAN
ALAN MINTER , BOB FOSTER
KEVIN FINNEGAN , MARVIN HAGLER
Alan Minter turned pro after the 72 Olympics and went on to win every boxing title. On his way to the World Championship he had several momentous fights with Kevin Finnegan for the British title. Tonight: Minter at his best against Finnegan, and the spectacular night at Wembley when he put his title on the line against the ferocious Marvin Hagler.
Producer BOB DUNCAN
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with MAUREEN CARTER and BRIDGET KENDALL
PETER BELL , JOHN MORRELL , DAVE STANFORD Directors
JOHN WILKINSON , GLEN DAVIS , CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE , HELEN JENKINS Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor david DICKINSON
The first of four nightly programmes Pete Sayers with resident guest, vocalist Diane Solomon , and tonight's special guest Steve Somers ' Western Boogie Band.
Producer RICK GARDNER
12.15 Childhood in Victorian Literature
The eminent novelist and critic SIR ANGUS Wilson talks about the ways in which novelists treat children and childhood.
12.40 No, Minister: Education Vouchers
Education vouchers could radically change the way decisions are made about education. To what extent will those who at present supply our education respond?