9.15 Mathematics in Action The Binomial Distribution
Introduced by STEWART GARTSIDE
Produced by EDWARD GOLDWYN
9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 1 Number Patterns
Introduced by MICHAEL HOLT
Produced by JOHN CAIN
10.0 Look Out
A man is 1.725 metres tall
Short, tall, fat, thin, right-handed, left-handed ... How do designers cope with making things to fit the needs of different people and how is the science of ergonomics changing the shapes around us? Introduced by ALEX GLASGOW
Produced by JOHN PRESCOTT THOMAS
10.25-10.45 Twentieth-Century Focus
The Breakfast Table - Eggs
Introduced by ROSANNE HARVEY
Produced by MADDALENA FAGANDINI
11.18 Going to Work
11.40 Making Music
Introduced by JULIAN SMITH with children from
LATCHMERE JUNIOR SCHOOL Kingston, Surrey
Producers MOYRA GAMBLETON , JOHN HOSIER
Along the River
Produced by DAVE ELLISON and ROY BILLINGS
Weatherman JACK SCOTT
Look and Read Bob and Carol look for treasure ' The Lost Treasure ' by JOY THWAYTFS : part 3 Introduced by TOM GIBBS
With JEAN ANDERSON , CHARLES LENO SEAN BARRETT , SIMON LANZON
VERONICA PURNELL , STEPHEN LEIGH
Devised by JOYCE M. MORRIS
Produced by CLAIRE CHOVIL ‡
A programme for children under 5
With JOHN STRIDE
Russian Folk Tales Today:
The Princess Who Couldn'Smile
An ABZ of Sense and Nonsense with Tony Hart and introduced for deaf children by Pat Keysell with Ben Benison , Valerie Swadling THE PROF
ANGUS GRUB and WIGGLE
HUMPHREY UMBRAGE and SUSANNE and the Vision On Gallery
Designer JOHN BONE
Produced by PATRICK DOWLING
(Anyone under 16 can send in paintings or films for the gallery: address them to 'Vision On,' BBCtv, London W12. Films will be returned but we are sorry we cannot return paintings.)
A cartoon film series
The underwater adventures of Marine Boy, the Ocean Patrol, and the white dolphin, Splasher.
Created by SERGE DANOT
English version written and told by ERIC THOMPSON
The news, features, opinions of the country at large, and Your Region Tonight in particular
(including Regional Weather) co-ordinated by Michael Barratt
Reporters ROBERT LANGLEY , LYNN LEWIS JACK PIZZEY , PHILIP TIBENHAM
Deputy editor PHIL SIDEY
Editor MICHAEL BUNCE
International Top of the Form which featured the brightest young brains of Australia and Canada now moves into Europe for a nine-round challenge contest between Top of the Form Champions of Great Britain and Holland. Match 4
Inverness v Eindhoven
Inverness, runners-up in this year's Top of the Form, meet a team from the town of Eindhoven, the largest in the South Netherlands, well known for its famous radio and television industry. Question-Master
Director PETER MASSEY Producers
BILL WRIGHT , DICK VAN DEN ENDE f (A joint BBC/NCRV production)
van Den Ende
by Bill Barron
starring James Ellis, John Slater, Derek Waring
with Ian Cullen, Douglas Fielding and Bernard Holley.
Two men have been attacked, and Newcombe has a problem. The attacker could be his landlady's brother.
Tonight's film stars
Jack Buchanan , Janette Scott
Jean Carson , Brenda de Banzie with Susan Stephen , Jerry Wayne and guest appearance by Diana Dors
When a quiet suburban household is invaded by an American pop-singer there are some hilarious and tuneful complications.
Screenplay by ALAN MELVILLE from the play by VERNON SYLVAINE Produced by RAYMOND STROSS Directed by J. LEE-THOMPSON
presented by Robert Dougall Weather
A new BBC film, including material which has never been televised before, about the ill-fated expedition to Everest in 1924. On 8 June of that year, two climbers, George Mallory and Andrew Irvine , disappeared during the final assault on the world's highest mountain. Their names have gone down in history. What happened to them? Did they reach the summit? How did they die?
Three survivors take part in this programme: photographer Captain John Noel , geologist Professor Noel Odell and medical missionary T. Howard Somervell.
With the aid of Noel's original photographs and film, they tell the story of their journey through Tibet and the attempt to conquer Everest.
On that last fateful day, Noel waited and watched with his cameras, but mist and cloud hid the summit. On another part of the mountain Odell caught a glimpse of Mallory and Irvine about midday: two tiny figures a few hundred feet from the top. He was the last man to see them alive. In the following days he was to climb, alone, to 27,000 feet, searching for trace of them, without success. Somervell was at a lower camp recovering from a climb to over 28,000 feet with Colonel Norton, leader of the Expedition, a climb, without oxygen, that still stands as a world record.
We shall probably never know how Mallory and Irvine died. But we know why they died. Somervell feels that ' death in battle against a mountain is a far finer and nobler thing than death in battle against an enemy who you're trying to kill.'
Narrator CHRISTOPHER BRASHER
Producer STEPHEN PEET
(Mallory and Irvine: two against Everest: page 12)
featuring tonight's main event The Philips Electrical Championship
A speed competition with prizes (to the owners) totalling E400. Commentator DORIAN WILLIAMS Introduced by DAVID VINE
Presented for television by ALAN MOUNCER and DAVID KENNING
A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it
Presented by Ludovic Kennedy with the latest news in pictures
An ex-alcoholic, who still has a compulsive bond with the world he has left behind him, re-visits ' skid-row.'
Why do some people become social inadequates, switch off inside, lose the will to compete ...?
Producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
11.40* Weatherman followed by Regional News and Weather (all except London and Wales) Closedown