9.38 Out of the Past The King's Glaziers
2: Trouble and Strife
Written by DAVID PINNER ,
10.0 Look and Read The King's Dragon
Miss Wood in Danger?
10.25-10.45 20th-century History Britain Alone
11.18 Going to Work
The Dairy Industry
11.40 Physical Science Fluids
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing?
Transport and Travel
John Tidmarsh narrates the schools history programme. This edition looks at how Britain fought Germany alone after the fall of Europe in June 1940.
Weather BILL GILES
Live and lively every day - television's most original magazine programme with the accent on new ideas, new talking points, star guests and good conversation. Presented live from the lobby of the BBC's Broadcasting Centre in Birmingham by DONNY MACLEOD , DAVID SEYMOUR MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMING including People and Pets
Editor TERRY DOBSON
With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
Today's Number: 4
with Kim Goody and Malcolm McFee.
You and Me Book 10, 50p, from bookshops
2.14 Corners of France Village Life
Keep Up with the Times
An eight-part cartoon series on multiplication.
4: Eight Times
2.40 TV Club My Way
RUBINA OSMANI is a young girl born in Britain of Pakistani parents. She describes her religion, customs and attitudes.
Director BRUCE JAMSON
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
Story: The Button Shop by SHEILA FRONT Presenters
Julie Stevens , David Hargreaves
Pianist PETER PONTZEN Designer JOHN HOLLAND Written by JANET WYATT Director ALBERT BARBER Producer ANNE GOREY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Wally, the unusual inhabitant of the city zoo, wanders off on his adventures once again.
with Jane Asher
The Farthest-Away Mountain by LYNNE REID BANKS
Today: The Gargoyles
Introduced by Johnny Morris With TONY SOPER
Your suggestions for the Animal Magic Top Ten have been pouring in. JOHNNY has the first results of this exciting project to find Britain's favourite animals.
And a progress report on Lofty, the Animat Magic baby giraffe, from Longleat.
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol
Bernard Cribbins invites Billy Dainty
Sheila Steafel and Carmen Munroe to compete with Johnny Ball
Jan Hunt and Tony Hart in a series of peculiar acting games
Designer BRYAN ELLIS
Producer PETER CHARLTON
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
Television's most popular current affairs magazine programme presented live each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY, VALERIE SINGLETON , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS with contributions from BBC studios throughout the country. Also from far and near, the programme's team of reporters, LUKE CASEY, KEVIN COSGROVE , BERNARD FALK , DIANE HARRON , JAMES HOGG , PATRICK STENSON and MARTIN YOUNG bring you films and features that reflect the way life is Nationwide.
A non-stop sequence of familiar tunes sung by Paul Curtis , Hazel Dean
Jane Marlow , Elaine Paige
Mike Redway , Carolyn Smyth
Danny Street , Maynard Williams and (more often than not) THE FINE TOOTH COMBS
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE Musical director BILL SHEPHERD Designers IAN RAWNSLEY and ANDY DIMOND
Another episode in the adventures of a pioneer family on their way to a new life in the Old West starring
Regional Variations (2)
Leonard Sachs chairs the old-time music hall programme. With Les Dawson, Lorna Luft, Stephanie Voss, Bryan Burdon, Bill Drysdale, Chrissie Cartwright and Peter Reeves. Show more
with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
Destiny by DAVID EDGAR
The death of a Conservative MP causes a bye-election in a West Midlands town. At first, the campaign between the major parties follows a familiar pattern. But an extreme right-wing racialist party intervenes, a strike by Asian foundry-workers becomes an election issue, and the campaign approaches a bitter and violent climax.
Sound CHICK ANTHONY
Lighting DENNIS CHANNON Designer DON HOMFRAY
Producer MARGARET MATHESON Director MIKE NEWELL
Introduced by DENIS TUOHY Including News Headlines
Ten films about the fascinations, the frustrations and the working environment of professional engineers. 4 : BOB ALLISON
As the Chief Engineer of the Scottish Division of the British Steel Corporation he is responsible for doubling the steel-making capacity of his division by 1980. His own favourite project is the new £200-million ore terminal at Hunterston on the Clyde Estuary, which is being opened this year in spite of local opposition and a falling world demand for steel.
Research MARY SPRENT
Producer MICHAEL GARROD