by Elisabeth BERESFORD
by Joan Aiken
In three parts
with Bernard Cribbins
Legend of the Coyote
Presented by the children of the Bristol Why Don't You ... ? gang.
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Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart Weather ANNE purvis
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Including 2000, the series in which planners predict our life-styles at the turn of the century. Today's guests discuss the future role of the family in society.
Editor PETER Hercombe. BBC, Birmingham
A See-Saw programme
The feature film, starring Will Hay with Frank Pettingell , Julien Mitchell
Schoolmaster William Potts is indignant when MIS mistake him for a Nazi spy, but when the real one is captured even Potts admits that they look astonishingly alike. Soon the bewildered teacher is being parachuted into Germany as a ' double ' for the infamous Miiller -and then his problems really begin.
Screenplay by ANGUS MACPHAIL and JOHN DIGHTON Produced by Michael balcon
Directed by BASIL DEARDEN and WiLL HAY . Films: page 16
from Wells Cathedral
with Roy Castle , Norris McWhirter Do you know ... who is the world's greatest survivor? The size of the biggest scarecrow?
Designer DEBBIE KNIGHT
Producer ALAN RUSSELL
with Paul McDowell
Regional Variations (2)
by BERNARD ASHLEY. The last of six parts dramatised by ALAN ENGLAND Patsy messed up her first performance in the play, and now she has run away from Joe and the others. She has reached the Thanet Way-the road to Margate, but Eddie and Kenny have just arrived.
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Director ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER
Written by MAURICE DODD
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six
Points West, South Today Spotlight South West and at 6.25-6.55 Nationwide
Frank Bough , Sue Lawley
Richard Kershaw and Hugh Scully bring you the issues, the stories and the people that matter The Bomb Disposal Men
We've got various remotely controlled aids. But ultimately, when he's made all his other checks, an operator still has to approach the bomb in person.' For three days this week John Hitchins reports on the activities of the British Army's bomb disposal teams. In his first report he examines The Threat, the different kinds of bombs used by the terrorist, their effect and their cost in human terms.
in Flying Bear
An MGM cartoon
In this celebration of music-making some of the competitors in the forthcoming series are seen at their homes, schools and playing in somewhat unexpected ways. The previous winners
Michael Hext and Nicholas Daniel talk about their experiences and Lady Evelyn Barbirolll discusses the competition from the judges point of view.
Research MELDA GILLESPIE
As:;istant producer IVAN RENDALL series producer BOY TIPPING Producer BERNARD CLARK
(Piano se liti-fltial Thursdall 6.50 pm)
Documentaries that will bring you the Reverse Baked Alaska - witil the hot bit inside-and newspaper reading satellites ... but tonight: Light Creatures of the Night
In the jungles of South-East Asia entire bushes light up like Christmas trees, and in the Caribbean the seas glow with a luminous light.
It's called bioluminescence - a term used to describe the many extraordinary creatures that turn themselves on in the dark.
Watch fireflies in their hundreds' pulsing messages in the dark scuba dive in search of fish that-blink and flash, and swim among clouds of luminous plankton: And discover why the US Navy so very interested. Music by vangeus
Executive producer mick lilloBES- Producer TONY EDWARDS
A serial in ten parts by JOHN FINCH starring
Thora Hird , Bill Fraser Nigel Stock and John Stone
3: Max believes that Sarah's behaviour is symbolic of guilt and listens to the tape again uncertain of the future, but Jim has a visitor who may have the answer....
MUSiC by PETER SKELLERN Script editor TED RHODES Designer PAUL MONTAGUE
Produced by BILL Sellars Directed by TERENCE DUDLEY BBC Manchester
with John Simpson and the BBC's reporters and-correspondents around the world Weatherman
by CARYL CHURCHILL directed by STUART BURGE with Julia Foster and T. P. McKenna
The year is 2002.
A time of controlled and restricted activity, over-populated prisons, and the ever increasing threat of nuclear war.
Music by GEORGE FENTON
Synthesisers KEN FREEMAN
Designer IAN RAWNSLEY
Sound ADRIAN BISHOP-LAGCETT
Script editoramis PARR Producer NEIL ZEIGER
What makes a photograph? What makes a photographer? In the first of two programmes, Snowdon as interviewer talks to some fellow professionals and observes their very contrasting styles. With: Karsh of Ottawa
Terry Donovan, Madame Harlip Bob Belton , Jeff Senior
Paul Kemp , Tony Whetton
A first class two-part documentary about photography which could well serve as a model for fledgling TV producers of how these things should be done. Jt was closely argued, richly filmed, tersely cut.
ADAM LOW , CHARLES MILLER Producer iain JOHNSTONE
Regional Variations (2)
Guardian at the Gates
Paul Sawyer is a genius -both as an architect and at making enemies.
Written by STEPHEN KANDEL
Directed by JERRY TIIORPE