Story: Mr Hodge Wins the Cup by DAVID WOOD Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Bruce Allan
(Repedted on BBC] at 3.55 pm)
A series of 19 programmes for childminders.
7: Baby Talk (Part 1).
A Parents and Children series of 16 programmes.
1 : This week CLAIRE WOOLFORD introduces the care team' and claire RAYNER starts a regular ' problem page ' spot.
Producer DICK fostcr
Claire Rayner Answers Your 100 Questions on Pregnancy, 95p, from bookshops
Six programmes about the cinema and public opinion in the 1940s. 2: That Malignancy in Our Midst
A series of 15 programmes 7: Business as Usual
This programme looks at the national employment structure, with examples of the one-man concern, the family business and the large international company.
How have all three been affected by technological developments and the growth of organised labour? Narrated by michael molyneux
Script adviser MALCOLM DAVIES Producer TONY ROBERTS Director LIBBY HALLIDAY
4.55 What Psychologists Do
5.20 Concorde Case Study: 1
6.10 The 13 Colonies
6.35 Observation and Measurement
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of ten programmes on the ways in which the landscapes around us reveal the fascinating story of their own evolution. 1: Out of the Fire
Several times in the distant past British volcanoes belched fire over the landscape.
Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh (above) is part of an extinct cone of a volcano active 350 million years ago.
Presented by IAN MERCER
Production assistant JUDY brooks Produced by BRENDA HORSFIELD
Book (same title), 12.95, from bookshops
Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells
Newsreader Richard Whitmore
The Marley Trophy
The Sportsmen v The Entertainers The teams are all-square in the series as PETER ALLISS introduces the sixth four-ball match played over nine selected holes of the Queen's Course, Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland. Today's match features Henry Cooper and Tony Jacklin v Christopher Lee and Johnny Miller After his defeat in the opening match, Henry retired to the practice ground for an overhaul from Johnny Miller. Confidence restored, he now faces an opponent who is undefeated in these series.
TV presentation by RICHARD TILING FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer a. p. WILKINSON
in Q7 written by SPIKE MILLIGAN and NEIL SHAND With JOHN BLUTHAL
ALAN CLARE , JOHN D. COLLINS ROBERT DORNING , DAVID LODGE KEITH SMITH , RITA WEBB
Ginger Man performed by FRANCISCUS HENRI
Lighting ROBBIE ROBINSON Sound ANTHONY PHILPOT Designer IAN WATSON
Directed by JOHN KILBY
Produced by IAN MACNAUGHTON
Fred and Muriel & Erlend and Clare
' We don't worry as much about money as we used to; we're quite thankful for what we've got'-
' Financially we're worse off, but we're probably happier than we were five years ago' - ERLEND COPELEY-WILLIAMS
Fred Wadsworth is a hospital porter and lives with his wife and family in a council house in Manchester. His wage is E40 a week. Erlend Copeley-Williams negotiates assurances and he and his wife and family own a country house in Essex. His salary is £9,500. Five years ago we looked at the lives of these two families and asked how far down the road we were to the Utopia of ' bread for all before cake for any'. The answer was we still have a long way to go.
Now, five years later, we ask are the Wadsworths better off and the Copeley-Williamses worse off? Or are they both worse off? It seemed a straightforward question, but, as Jeremy James discovered, the answers were far from simple - and far from what might have been expected.
Producer PHILIP GEDDES Editor TIM SLESSOR
The last musical adventure starring John Fortune, John Wells, Madeline Smith and Carl Davis
Why should Roger Ladders fear the rattle of the dice? What does Lady Halma lose on platform ten? The answers are reflected in the looking glass. Guests Anna Quayle, Howard Goorney, Rita Webb
Presents the Dickie Betts Band in a concert from the BBC Television Theatre, Shepherds Bush. Introduced by BOB HARRIS
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON