BBC One: 28th January 1976

0915: For Schools and Colleges

  • 0915: Engineering Craft Studies. ‘Control of Corrosion’.
  • 0938: History 1917 – 1973. ‘Stalin’s Revolution’. [Black and White].
  • 1000: Out of the Past. ‘Playing the Fool’.
  • 1023: Hwnt Ac Yma (Hear and There). ‘Tyllau 2’ (‘Holes 2’).

1045: You and Me

1100: For Schools and Colleges

  • 1100: Exploring Science. ‘Structures and Forces’.
  • 1123: Words and Pictures. ‘Happy Horse’.
  • 1140: Biology. ‘The Land Battle’.
  • 1205: Ensemble. Programme 14.

1230: Closedown 1245: News
Weather: Michael Fish.

1300: Pebble Mill
Family advice with Claire Rayner.

1345: Teddy Edward

1350:The Mister Men

1401: For Schools and Colleges

  • 1401 Watch! ‘Penguins’
  • 1418 Scan. ‘Why Peterloo?’
  • 1440 Focus. ‘Venereal Disease’.

1500: Closedown

1530: Day and Night
The programme about police affairs including ‘Crime Line’ the hot line between police and the public on 021-432 5432. With David Seymour and Mike Dornan.

1558: Regional News

1600: Play School
With Sarah Long and Lionel Morton. Story: ‘Peter Pig’ by Althea.

1625: Pixie and Dixie

1630: Jackanory
Judy Parfitt reads Five Children and It by E. Nesbit. Part 3: Wings.

1645: Screen Test
With Michael Rodd.

1705: John Craven’s Newsround

1715: Kizzy
From the book The Diddakoj by Rumer Gooden. Dramatised by John Tully in six parts. Part 2: What Shall We Do with Kizzy? Mrs Cuthbert (the village busybody) reports that Kizzy should be attending school. Kizzy wonders what will happen when she arrives on the first morning.

1745: National News
With Richard Baker. Weather: Michael Fish.

1800: Regional News and Nationwide

1850: Film: Men of Action: Flight to Tangier
Starring Jack Palance.

2015: Dave Allen at Large

2100: Nine O’Clock News
With Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods. Weather: Michael Fish.

2125: Sportsnight
Introduced by Harry Carpenter. International Boxing England v Scotland.

2215: Break-In
Jeremy James talks to victims, the police and the thieves.

2305: Tonight
Introduced by Sue Lawley, Denis Tuohy and Donald MacCormick.

2340: Weatherman and Regional News

2342: Closedown