6.40 Train Development
6.40 Train Development
Story: The Bird who could Fly the Highest
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Sarah Long , Brian Cant
The Bold Bad Bus, stories in verse from Play School. £1.60, from bookshops
5.25 Fourier Transforms
5.50 Galois Theory
6.15 Computer Languages
6.40 Predicting Oscillations
Every weekday evening Robin Day following the News Summary, interviews the men and women with particular experience and knowledge of the issues at stake in this election.
Preceded by Weather
Associate producer john SHEARER Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
David Attenborough in conversation with musicians. Tonight he talks to one of the most versatile of the day -
Director ROY TIPPING
Producer WALTER TODDS Tomorrow: Alan Civil
with guest star
First war buddy of John's tries to cover his failure in life with a barrage of wartime tales.
Narrator EARL HAMNER JR
Executive producer LEE Rica
on behalf of the Conservative Party
(also on BBC1)
A duel of words and wit between Patrick Campbell
Mary Peach, Simon Williams and Frank Muir
Joanna Lumley , Miles Kington Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director MICHAEL GOODWIN Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
PROFESSOR JOHN YUDKIN argues that 'the dietary cause of heart disease is sugar not fat.' Coronary heart disease has become the biggest killer in the western world. In Britain last year about 200,000 people died of it, many of them men in early middle age.
The reason for the increase in this disease is unknown but many factors are under suspicion including cigarette smoking, lack of exercise and stress. A dominant view among medical scientists is that a major cause is the amount of saturated fat we eat-in meat, milk, butter and cheese.
John Yudkin, Emeritus Professor of Nutrition at London University, disagrees with this widely held view. He believes the killer is sugar.
He argues his case before an invited audience in the Royal Institution, London, against Dr Donald S. Frederickson, President, Institute of Medicine, USA, Dr Peter Taggart, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, Dr Gilbert Thompson, Royal Postgraduate Medical School
Chairman Professor Sir George Porter
Director STUART HARRIS
Producer DOMINIC FLESSATI
Presented by David Holmes Weather
JULIAN GLOVER reads On Wenlock Edge from A Shropshire Lad by A. E. HOUSMAN
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