The Levin Interviews (BBC2, 8.40 pm). God has punished me by striking me down with swellings and cast me on my bed so that -man delights me not — nor woman neither. though by your smiling you seem to say so." (Hamlet). My one delight was the wireless. But returning to the little shiny box again, what should I find but Bernard Levin, a retired journalist, talking to the musical director of the Royal Opera, Sir Cohn Davis. Better the wireless, I think.
Butterfly Post (BBC] 2.50 pm). The Large Blue seems to have disappeared. Has anyone seen it?
The Making of Mankind (BBC2. 9.40 pm). Does anyone still believe this poultice of
fabrication about four million years old footprints'? We shall probably discover that Fr Chardin was at work with a little sack of plaster of Paris in the Olduvai Gorge.
fl ESDAY Cameo (BBC2, 7.25 pm). Uist on the Outer Hebrides. Magnificent.
WEDN ESD AY Chronicle BBC2, 8.1(1 pm). Mr Kenneth Hudson is fond of industrial archaeology and distressed by the destruction of Euston Arch and the Firestone factory. Well. Fm afraid Mr Hudson that you and I are surrounded by jackals who wish to crack the bones of any remaining beauties or spurs to our innocent hobbies.
Personal Pleasures (BBC2, 10.15pm). Sir ..Hugh Casson potters around Portmeirion ni North Wales, the creation of Sir Clough Williams Ellis.
THURSDAY Question Time (BBC), I0.15pm). The Mikardo, who had a jolly good slanging match on Sir Robin Day's World at One last week. goes 1.5 rounds with the Chairman of the Stock Exchange, Mr Nicholas Goodison. A Scottish MP and a woman journalist stand in the corner with bottles, buckets and towels.
The Angel Islington (Saturday. 2.30pm) This half hour play is about an angel. called Michael, found in the cupboard under the stairs by a woman who convinces her husband it is the meter-reader from the electricity board. It doesn't sound like the behaviour of angels to me. Ho hum.