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9.38 Science Session
The Picture Machine
10.0 Colour The Electric Company Programme 5: A new reading series from the Children's Television Workshop, New York
10.25-10.45 Science all Around Eggs and Seeds
11.0 Colour Watch! Growing Things
Seeds in the soil; roots and shoots; peas in the pod. Craftwork: 'growing ' your own paper pea vine. Presented by JEAN ROGERS and KEN BINGE
Producer tom STANIER
11.18 Going to Work: What's Five Minutes Here or There?

Contributors

Presented By:
Jean Rogers

With BOB LANGLEY, MARIAN FOSTER , DAVID SEYMOI 'R and DONNY MACLEOD including Collector's Corner with Arthur Negus and a preview of the Queen's State Visit to Japan

Contributors

Unknown:
Marian Foster
Unknown:
David Seymoi
Unknown:
Donny MacLeod
Unknown:
Arthur Negus

2.2 Music Time: Programme 23

2.25 Television Club: Come Back Mrs Smithers
by John Tully
When Mrs Smithers' old mother needs help the Mill Street club members devise a plan.
(Colour)

Contributors

Writer (Television Club):
John Tully
Producer (Television Club):
Morris Barry

Regional Variations (2)

Bilidowcar

BBC One Wales

Introduced by Johnny Morris The World of Animals
This week Johnny visits Holland to see the largest chimpanzee colony in Europe.
Director ROBIN HELLIER
Producer GEORGE INGER (Bristol)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Johnny Morris
Director:
Robin Hellier
Producer:
George Inger

Seven samples of Italian life 7: Three Years in the Barrel
The hills of Chianti and a special way to make a unique wine; the life of small farms where oxen and tractors rub shoulders, the timeless and the modern face each other.
Narrator ERIC THOMPSON
Written and directed by MICHAEL CROUCHER (Bristol)

Contributors

Narrator:
Eric Thompson
Directed By:
Michael Croucher

starring James Garner as Jim Rockford, an amiable private eye with a nose for trouble
Tonight: Profit and Loss: part 1
In the world of big business Rockford encounters a financier who balances his books by adjusting his accountants!

Contributors

Unknown:
James Garner

The date is 1 March 1978. The event - a crisis simulation game in which soldiers, ex-diplomats and strategists, playing the parts of NATO ambassadors and heads of state, come together to handle an increasing threat by Warsaw Pact troops following revolution in a European State. Underlying the diplomatic arguments are the realities of the new nuclear technology which makes it all the more crucial that the right decisions are made.
James Burke presents the events in NATO as the crisis leads to a super-power confrontation. The players include:
Pierre Salinger , former Press Secretary to President Kennedy, as US President
Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, Chief of Staff IIQ BAOR 1965-67, as UK Prime Minister
General David Burchinal , former Deputy C-in-C, US Forces, Europe, as Supreme Commander, Europe
General Sir Victor Fitzgeorge -Balfour, former UK Representative on NATO Military Committee, as British Military Chief
J. H. Adam Watson, former British Ambassador to Cuba, as UK Ambassador to NATO
Ernest Gross, former member of US Delegation to UN, as US Ambassador to NATO
Col Marc Geneste , French Atomic Energy Authority, as French Ambassador to NATO
General F. E. Meijnderts , Member, International staff, Northag (NATO), Commander Dutch Corps, as Benelux Ambassador to NATO
Producers: JAMES BURKE, STUART HARRIS
Executive producer: KARL SABBAGH

Contributors

Presenter:
James Burke
US President:
Pierre Salinger
UK Prime Minister:
Viscount Monckton
SACEUR:
General David Burchinal
UK rep, NATO Military Cttee:
Sir Victor Fitzgeorge
French Ambassador:
Marc Geneste
BENELUX Ambassador:
General F. E. Meijnderts
Producer:
James Burke.
Producer:
Stuart Harris
Producer:
Karl Sabbagh

Regional Variations (2)

Churchill's People

BBC One Scotland

On the eve of the Queen's first visit to Japan, Vincent Hanna reports on how British business plans to cash in on the Royal tour. Tokyo is full of British salesmen all hoping to turn goodwill into export sales.

Contributors

Reporter:
Vincent Hanna
Producer:
Clive Syddall
Editor:
John Gau

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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