6.5 Producing the Goods
6.30 Sun, Cities and Smog
6.55 Maths: Finding a Formula
7.20 Ecology: Red Grouse
7.45 Any Old Copper
6.5 Producing the Goods
9.15 New series
Child Care and Parenthood 1: Where I'm At
Getting in touch with early childhood is a good way of approaching the study of young children. Producer JOHN CHAPPLE
9.38 Going to Work:
Life and Social Skills 1: Family Life
Gary leaves home to live with his sister in London, but life is not quite what he imagined.
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Wash and Dry
ANTON Phillips and his young friends get into a spin at the launderette
10.15 Music Time. Hunting: a song about the Karaja tribe and their methods of hunting.
10.38 British Social History Nine Days in May
One of Britain's most dramatic clashes between the Government and trade unions -the events that led up to the call for a general strike. Director TONY VIRGO
11.0 Zig Zag
The Olympics - The Ancient Olympics Pausanias arrives from the past with an eye-witness account of the games, and compares them with Grimsdyke School's updated version.
Pausanias ..............GEOFFREY BAYLDON Producer CHRIS ELUS
11.23 Capricorn Game by PIP AND JANE BAKER
A six-part serial for children of 7-11 with special needs. Part 2
11.42 New series
Advanced Level Studies: Statistics 1: Probability and Sampling
What is the probability that a drunken driver will not fail a roadside test? Can it be estimated? Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
12.4 Mind Stretchers
Houses: The Solution
12.9 Pages from Ceefax
2.1 Words and Pictures Chicken Licken
When an acorn falls on her head, Chicken Licken thinks that the sky has fallen. She and her friends set off to tell the king, but Fox Lox has other plans for them.
Presenter VICKY IRELAND Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
2.18 One World Trading the Sun
Tourism is one way of helping a poorer country to develop. But there are costs as well as benefits.
2.40 Office Studies
A series for students following courses in secretarial and office studies 1: Office Work
GERRY FOWLER , director of the North-East London Polytechnic, looks at the work of Nene College, Northampton, and asks whether it meets the needs of the community, and is an effective use of resources.
Producer NICK BRENTON
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The Keystone Days
Mark Curry looks at some hilarious chases featuring The Keystone Cops and other stars of the Mack Sennett Studios.
Director BRUCE rawlings. Producer JOHN BUTTERY. BBC Manchester
The feature film starring Eddie Cantor, Joan Davis.
Sam and Susie Parker discover a document signed by George Washington awarding Sam's ancestors 50,000 dollars. When the vaudevillian stakes his claim he finds that the government owes him millions of dollars interest...
A series of eight programmes 7: To Teesside, York and Hull
Novelist and playwright Beryl Bainbridge makes a journey around England and Englishness. She travels to many of the places visited by J. B. Priestley 50 years earlier for his book English Journey.
She goes to Billingham where she talks to a young man on his way to a prison sentence for violence, and to a couple of top executives from a company with a mine that they might fill with radioactive waste. York is much as Priestley found it: 'if you want the past, here it is, weighing tons'. In Hull a trawler-fleet owner explains how we lost the Icelandic fishing wars. Narration
J. B. PRIESTLEY , BERYL BAINBRIDGE
Film editor ROBIN JACKMAN Photography JOHN WARWICK
Executive producer JAMES DEWAR
Producer BERNARD HALL. BBC West
Book (same title) £7.95 from booksellers
Regional Variations (2)
Humphrey and Godfrey offer more observations on life. Stephanie Lawrence provides the musical interlude.
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir , Debbie Rix Christopher Hughes and Arthur Marshall , Wyn Knowles Ian Ogilvy
Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN. Directed by JOHN BISHOP Producer PAUL CIANI
The first of six personal views from the Third World
Namibia - Africa Last Colony
Africa's last colony is still struggling for independence from South Africa - after 100 years of foreign occupation. On the northern borders of Namibia, guerrillas are fighting a bush war against the armed might of South Africa. Both within the war zone and beyond, nine tenths of the population, the blacks, live under an imposed system of apartheid, especially in health, in education, and in housing.
The 'Eye' is Nora Chase , director of education for the Namibia Council of Churches, who speaks out strongly against the continued control of her country by South Africa against the ruling of both the League of Nations and the United Nations. Nora Chase describes the conditions in her country, a land she returned to six years ago, after 15 years of exile and looks at the way that apartheid has been imposed on Namibia by the South Africans and talks to Namibians who have been tortured by South African troops.
Film editor NOEL CHANAN
Assistant producer PETER SALMON Producer PAUL HAMANN
Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS
An article linked with this programme appears in The Listener dated 17 May.
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Four programmes: Mary Peters
What joy Mary P. brought to strife-torn Northern Ireland, as she hurdled, put, jumped, leapt and ran her way to Olympic Gold in Munich.
Written by FRANK KEATING
Film cameraman DAVID BARKER Film editor PADDY WILSON Producer JEFF GODDARD
Producers PETER BELL , JOHN MORRELL and DAVE STANFORD. Directors JOHN WILKINSON , GLEN DAVIS and CHRIS Fox. Assignment editors NICK GUTHRIE and HELEN JENKINS. Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor DAVID DICKINSON
Glynn Christian 's Mediterranean cruise takes him to Egypt where he discovers the enduring qualities of Biblical food.
Producer PETER HERCOMBE
12.0 Hamlet: Workshop 1
Director JOHN RUSSELL BROWN asks DAVID YELLAND to try out different ways of characterising this most complex part.
12.25 Analysis of Hyde Park
PHILIP SARRE introduces the concepts of points, lines and areas as related to speaking, riding and swimming in Hyde Park.