Weatherman jack SCOTT
BOB LANGLEY , MARIAN FOSTER
DAVID SEYMOUR and DONNY MACLEOD
Kula - a Reason for Giving
In the South Seas, east of New Guinea, lies a group of islands whose inhabitants have evolved a system of intercommunication which is based on the exchanging of gifts from island to island. Called the Kula, it involves perilous sea journeys by canoe. This film follows a group of islanders as they set out on their annual odyssey in search of the Kula gifts. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Presented by TONY EDWARDS
The inside stories about police work. Introduced by David Seymour with MIKE DORNAN
Director PHILIP FRANKLIN
Editor BRIAN GIBSON (Birmingham)
Michael Aspel invites you to join him and meet his guests in the studio this afternoon and to hear from some of the regular contributors:
DR DAVID DELVIN , IAN GRIMBLE
TONY HAWES , JOANNA LEWIS and LINDA MILLINGTON
Director JOHN BURROWES
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER Editor JANET HOEMIG
with Jon Pertwee
Norwegian Troll Stories
Adapted by PHILIP NEWTH Today: The Nissen
Introduced by Roy Castle with Norris and Ross McWhirter This week's special guest is
Roy Sullivan , the only living man to be hit by lightning five times.
Designer GARRY FREEMAN Producer ALAN RUSSELL
Regional Variations (2)
Introduced by Johnny Morris The world of animals
Director ROBIN HELLIER
Producer GEORGE INGER (Bristol)
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West with Consumer Unit, presented by Valerie Singleton , Richard Stilgoe
Regional Variations (2)
Introduced by Robert Robinson The second semi-final.
THE LEES FAMILY from Street, Somerset v THE COOPER FAMILY from Ashtead, Surrey
Director TONY BROUGHTON Producer CECIL KORER
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New exploits of a team of expert and daring undercover agents led by This Week: The Code
The team try out a travelling camera to prevent a war.
Donald Burton , David Savile with Norman Eshley , Richard Warner Echo of Battle by ALLAN PRIOR
A high-ranking German politician joins HMS Hero for exercises at sea. No one can discover why he asked specifically for Hero; but soon there are more urgent questions to be answered.
Series devised by IAN MACKINTOSH and ANTHONY COBURN Script editor IAN MACKINTOSH Designer BRIAN TREGIDDEN Producer ANTHONY COBURN Director CYRIL COKE
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
A View of Europe in the Twentieth Century
A television history in 13 parts Written and narrated by John Terraine
With personal comments by Peter Ustinov
6: Are We Making a Good Peace? Peace does not come easily after a catastrophe like the First World War. In 1919 a World Peace Conference - the first in history - assembled in Paris to work out terms of peace - to re-draw the map of Europe - and to do something else as well.
A catastrophe on such a scale called for a remedy on the grand scale: this Conference would also have to shape a new and better world.
Unfortunately, as there had never been a World Peace Conference before, there were no precedents, no charts, no blueprints. There were only defeated nations and victorious nations, idealistic dreamers on the one hand, and hard bargainers on the other. Hence the question of an uneasy British delegate: ' Are we making a good Peace? Are we?' The Treaty of Versailles gave its own answer.
Supervising film editor ALLAN TYRER Film editor LES NEWMAN
Associate producer BRIAN LEWIS Producer PETER MORLEY
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Barry Norman reviews the new films and looks at the Paramount Part 2 Season at the National Film Theatre.
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy
Deputy editor JOHN GAU
Editor PETER PAGNAUENTA
Regional News (ex London and Northern Ireland), Weatherman
This film explains why Bristol's new Cathedral is dramatically different from the Victorian Pro Cathedral it replaces. Narrator DEREK JONES
Director RUTH LOVELL
Producer JAMES DEWAR
(Sung Mass from Clifton Cathedral next Sunday on BBC1 at 10.30 am)