9.10 Technical Studies
Ten programmes showing how basic concepts in manufacturing technology are used in modem industry. 9: Pressworking
9.38 Science Workshop Hearing 'A'
How loud is 'loud'? What happens to sound under water? What do our voices look like?
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds What Makes it Go?
Charlotte and her Aunty ride on a horse-drawn barge and then watch the cranes unloading cargo at the docks.
10.15 Maths File Co-ordinates
'Numbers' Cartesi is shot by a rival gang. His dying words 'Five-two-four-three' lead Inspector Newton -to a solution?
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.38 Maths Topics 4: Probability - 1
Probability from relative frequency; Thames flooding; seed testing.
11.0 Words and Pictures The Winter Bear
11.17 The Music Arcade
9: Pantomime Preparation
11.39 General Studies
1: Tobacco, the Habit the Government Won't Break
Canadian immigrants , Antanas and Anastasia Tamosaitis work hard to keep the folk art and legends of their native Lithuania alive in their paintings, tapestries, sculptures and dance. Every summer their home becomes a place of pilgrimage for young Canadian-born Lithuanians.
Written, produced and directed by RAMUNA MACDONALD
Japan and the Legacy of the Samurai
Last in the series
Narrated by Julian Pettifer Pageboy to the Gods
A recent survey revealed that nearly 80 per cent of Japanese are devout
Buddhists, but almost the same number profess to be followers of Shinto. People hedge their bets by following both religions at the same time, and keep in their homes two altars - one for Shinto gods, the 'Kami', and the other for the family dead.
In seeking an understanding of Japan today and of the 'Japanese spirit', it seems one always comes back to Shinto.
Film editor JEFF SHAW
Produced by MICHAEL MACINTYRE
starring Dana Andrews Carla Balenda Claude Rains
1942: On a routine trip to Newfoundland a fishing boat skippered by Pat Bannon encounters a stranded schooner apparently shelled by Nazi submarines. Bannon agrees to tow the ship into the village of Trabo but becomes suspicious about its captain, Skalder. Bannon's fears are confirmed when he discovers that the cargo is not rum, but German torpedoes....
Screenplay by DALE VAN EVERY OLIVER
H. P. GARRETT, ROY HUGGINS Based on a novel by EDMUND GILLIGAN Produced by WARREN DUFF Directed by ALFRED WERKER
(First showning on British television)
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with subtitles, followed by Weather
with Floella Benjamin, Joanna Monro, Andrew Secombe and Nick Wilton
It's interesting information week on Fast Forward! Did you know that 1,253 years ago today Isiah Thrubweller from Alli Barumtum (a made-up place somewhere near Egypt) was voted the world's worst architect after he built the world's first round pyramid? And that Reginald Thlabbing was the first person to train his nose to run in a marathon? Fast Forward is a programme for slightly clever people.
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Associate producer TREVOR MCCALLUM
Designer SARAH PARKINSON Series producer ANN REAY Producer JOHN SMITH
Written by Robert Presnell Jr.
Victoria is finding life at the High Chaparral lonely and frustrating.
Her new husband, John Cannon , seems to be more interested in the memory of his first wife and in fighting the persistent Apache Indians.
Don Sebastian Montoya:
Starring Phil Silvers as the irrepressible Master Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko.
Bilko and his crew buy 'for a song' an ailing racehorse they think can be cured and turned into another Native Son.
Master Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko:
The weekly magazine for the news and views of the black communities introduced by Juliet Alexander and Vince Herbert
This week: there's been a black presence in Britain since Roman times - in the studio the Black Cultural Archives group with their exhibition.
A look at the life and work of the controversial
Aubrey Williams. And
Vastiana Belfon with another of her special Ebony Reports Washington.
Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN
The popular game of musical knowledge with Frank Muir and John Amis challenging Denis Norden and Ian Wallace over
Questions set by Steve Race Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPE
Ian Hamilton presents his monthly review of the world of literature. In the 1960s, the black American novelist James Baldwin wrote The
Fire Next Time, and became a 'kind of conduit' expressing the civil rights aspirations of the Negro. Twenty years later he is regarded as a model for young black writers. Caryl Phillips , born in the West Indies, playwright and novelist, talks to Baldwin at his home in the south of France.
Virginia Woolf wrote every day for 35 years. What were the sources of her creativity? In a new literary biography Dr Lyndall Gordon looks not at the public life of Virginia Woolf, but at the private, rather submerged life of the writer. In a pictorial essay, with extracts from novels and diaries read by Anna Massey , Bookmark weaves together some of those key memories and images.
Producers JENNY COWEN and ANNA BENSON-GYLES
Executive producer TIM GARDAM
Some stories by FREDERIC RAPHAEL in That was Tory A crisp, dry story.
Clive and Gigi are a couple who smoothly combine wine-selling with interior design. When their old friend Tory is ditched by her husband, the question is can they help to soften the blow? And should they? And how?
Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Designer DOM HOMFRAY
Producer JAMES CELLAN JONES Directed by RICHARD STROUD
Ireland's musical brothers in concert. Leaping reels, moving ballads, their big hit 'Sweet sixteen', and not an amplifier in earshot. Producer MICHAEL BEGG
David Jessel and Sue Cook present TV's law and order magazine; a weekly live investigation into crime, punishment and the machinery of justice. Reports by Ed Boyle Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer HUGH PURCELL Editor PETER CHAFER
by the Conservative Party (Also on BBC1 at 9.0 pm)
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Ian Smith and Paul Barry present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts. Producers HOWARD ANDERSON
JANA BENNETT , DAVE STANFORD Directors
JOHN WILKINSON , CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE. MIKE ROBINSON Deputy editor JOHN MAHONEY Editor DAVID DICKINSON
Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian, featuring film specially shot in Italy. Presented by Lilly Lembo Lambert and Enrico Verdecchia. 8: Ha una camera?
Film director LIBBY HALLIDAY
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI