Introduced by Sue MacGregor , including Guest of the Week: the fashion designer, Bruce Oldfield.
That Neglected Age:
TRANCES RATCHFORD explores the rarely-discussed pains and pleasures of being 30. The Intruder (11) long wave only
Little Acids ltiiing by JOHN KtnsiiAW , with Stanley Page as James and Stephanie Fayerman as Alison James receives a letter from the daughter he has not seen for 22 years. She needs money, but he hopes she needs him as well. Directed by peter KING
The Oscillating Water
Column, the Sea Clam. the Bristol Cylinder and the Salter Duck Four of the devices proposed by British engineering research teams as a means of extracting energy from the waves that pound our shores. So far. Britain has a world lead, but now the Government has to decide which of seven proposals it will continue to support. Michael Scott examines the options facing the Department of Energy, whose chief scientist,
Dr Anthony Challis , has to take account of other developments in ' renewable energy
Producer mike stanger BBC Scotland
Chlldcare Frank Muir and Alfred Marks skip through the comic literature of the subject, making notes in the margin of jokes, quotes, newspaper clippings and recorded humour from
LILY TOMLIN, WOODY ALLEN , MARTY FELDMAN. PETER SELLERS, BILL COSBY and SHELLEY BERMAN
Give a child an inch and he'll think he's a ruler.
Written hy FRANK MUIR and SIMON brett
Producer PETE ATKIN
Eight documentary programmes examining the relationships between the richer and the poorer countries of the world.
2: ' With Every Mouth God Sends a Pairs of Hands ' There are four billion people in the world at present; by the end of the century there will be over six billion. The mostrapid population increase is in the developing countries of the 'South'. Is a large population - or a large family-necessarily a bad thing? If so, is family planning the answer? Or would general economic development he more effective?
Written and presented by Emanuel de Kadt and Daniel Snowman
Producer daniel SNOWMAN
Marian Foster presents the showcase for amateur choirs. This week:
Bournemouth Sinfonietta Choir conductor NIGEL CARVER With PAUL SEARLE-IiARNES (organ) and St Anne 's Convent School Choir conductor SUSAN moore with sheila smith ipiano) Producer UN CARSON BBC Bristol
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