Programme Index

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9.5 Encounter: Spain
Town and Village
9.27 Resource Units: Geography
River Landscape
9.48 It's Maths!
Axes and Grids
10.10 Science Workshop
Floating: 1
10.32-10.52 Scene
Access to TV
(For detail see tomorrow at 2.2 pm)
11.5 Near and Far
Office Moues Out (Repeat)
11.30 Search
Coal
Today's programme tells of the development of the coal industry in Wales. The programme also looks at the working
and living conditions of the miners and their families and how these were affected by the depression of the 30s and
may be affected by the present contraction in the industry.
Presenter NOREEN BRAY
Production BARRY WEBB. GWYNN PRITCHARD

Contributors

Presenter:
Noreen Bray
Unknown:
Gwynn Pritchard

More lunchtime entertainment from the Pebble Mill foyer. Today's musical guests are Madeline Bell and David Martin, and in contrast, violinist
Christopher Warren-Green with concert pianist Philip Fowke.

Contributors

Singer:
Madeline Bell
Musician:
David Martin
Violinist:
Christopher Warren-Green
Pianist:
Philip Fowke

A See-Saw programme with Carol Leader
Chock-a-Block is chockablock pictures to words that rhyme. See what words ring Chockablock's chime today.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Presenter:
Carol Leader
Music:
Peter Gosling
Director:
Nick Wilson
Producer:
Michael Cole

A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them. <!nfti':h and Swim SUSAN CALLAND and her young friend JAMIE visit an Aqua Show and go swimming.
Puppets ALAN PLATT
Animation BURA A AND HARDWICK Director ROGER FRYRK
Producer BARBARA PARKER

Contributors

Unknown:
Swim Susan Calland
Director:
Roger Fryrk
Producer:
Barbara Parker

German shepherd dog Hobo has the freedom of the road to find adventure, anytime, anywhere. Using skills, courage and plain dog sense he wins the day and then quietly wanders away.
This week in Little Girl Lost
Hobo protects a 3-year-old girl when she wanders into a forest.

with Simon Groom , Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan Glasshouse Giant
Today HM The Queen opens the pride of Kew Gardens, the renovated Temperate House. Over 3,000 species thrive there, including Kew's second-oldest inhabitant, the giant Chilean wine palm, otherwise known as Jubaea chilensis.
Percy Thrower takes Sarah behind the scenes for a hothouse preview.
Assistant editor IAN OLIVER Editor BIDDY BAXTER

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Groom
Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Peter Duncan
Unknown:
Percy Thrower

Regional Variations (3)

Tomorrow's World

Series 17

13/05/1982

Duration: 25 minutes

on BBC One West

Kieran Prendiville reports on an aquatic monster robot that takes its inspiration from machines used in deep-sea exploration. (1982) Show more

Regional Variations (3)

It Ain't Half Hot Mum

Series 7

Dog in the Manger

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

A lady Welfare Officer falls head over heels in love with Captain Ashwood and contrives to spend a night with him in the jungle.

Regional Variations (3)

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Series 2

Episode 4: Great Expectations

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Sitcom about a bachelor living with his parents. Mother is out to get Aunt Esme's money for Timothy, and Timothy has encounters with a garage owner and his dogs. Show more

Contributors

Timothy Lumsden:
Ronnie Corbett
Mrs Lumsden:
Barbara Lott
Mr Lumsden:
William Moore
Aunt Esme:
Sheila Raynor
Passer-by:
John Rudling
Policeman:
James Muir
Producer:
David Askey

by RON HUTCHINSON
The last in a four-part thriller for the electronic age featuring
Printout Urgent
Henry at bay. His home in ruins, his allies and hard-won evidence all destroyed. Face to face with the gathering strength of ' Le Pouvoir' and the grandiose scheme of its protégé - Euro MP Hugo Jardine.
Music DAVE GREENSLADE
Film cameraman JOHN WILLIAMS Studio lighting ALEC ROBSON Studio sound NEIL MURRAY Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Producer MICHAEL WEARING Director MICHAEL ROLFE BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown:
Ron Hutchinson
Unknown:
Hugo Jardine.
Music:
Dave Greenslade
Unknown:
John Williams
Unknown:
Alec Robson
Unknown:
Neil Murray
Designer:
Gavin Davies
Henry Jay:
Richard Griffiths
Charles Bridgnorth:
Nigel Davenport
Tony Hendersly:
Jeremy Child
Anne Jay:
Carole Nimmons
Hugo Jardine:
Christopher Logue
Mario:
Guido Adorni
DinO:
Eddie Mineo
Security guard:
P H Moriarty
Potter:
Alexander John

with Sir Robin Day
The hour to question the ideas and decisions of today. sir ROBIN DAY takes the chair on stage at the Greenwood Theatre, London, as public personalities face questions and reactions from the general public. With him tonight:
David Blunkett , Leader of Sheffield Council
Kenneth Clarke , MP, Minister of State for Health
Clive Thornton , Chief General Manager of the Abbey National Building Society and Polly Toynbee , journalist
Producer BARBARA MAXWELL

Contributors

Leader:
David Blunkett
Unknown:
Kenneth Clarke
Unknown:
Clive Thornton
Unknown:
Polly Toynbee
Producer:
Barbara Maxwell
on BBC One London

with John Pitman
A series of five programmes 2: Barbara Windsor
Barbara Windsor knew fame at an early age, but she recently had to cope with notoriety when her husband, RONNIE KNIGHT , was charged with murder.
It fair cracks your heart (DAILY MAIL) Series producer ADAM CLAPHAM Producer NICK HANDEL

Contributors

Unknown:
John Pitman
Unknown:
Ronnie Knight
Producer:
Adam Clapham
Producer:
Nick Handel

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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