9.38 Science Session
Fibres and Fabrics
10.0 Colour Look and Read: Joe and the Sheep Rustlers Never Say Die
10.25-10.45 Science All Around Wood :
11.0 Colour Watch! Wheels
Visiting a railway station to spot the wheels. Presented by JEAN ROGERS and KEN BINGE Producer JULIET MILLER
11.18 Going to Work. Office Work
Living in a Developing Country
The Big Project. The tremendous impact of Ghana's Volta Dam. Commentary by PAUL VAUGHAN Producer LEN BROWN
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Working with Animals
With BOB LANGLEY, MARIAN FOSTER
DAVID SEYMOUR and DONNY MACLEOD
Mr Uppity by ROGER HARGREAVES Told by ARTHUR LOWE
Told by RICHARD BAKER
2.2 Music Time Programme 15
2.25 Colour Television Club
Harvey's Campaign by JOHN TULLY The Mill Street Youth Club members in the first of two programmes about propaganda and advertising.
Producer MORRIS BARRY
Slip and Slap on a Flying Picnic
with Ed Bishop
The Hawkstone by JAY WILLIAMS 2: Becoming Other People
Pteranodon Katie and Gregg's mother is sick and precious herbs must be found to cure her, but first they have to face the dread Pteranodon.
Tony Hart, Pat Keysell
With Sylvester McCoy, Wilf Lunn and The Prof
Designer John Bone Director Clive Doig
Producer Patrick Dowling
Send paintings and designs to: Vision On [address removed]
Told by MICHAEL FLANDERS
with Peter Woods ; Weathermaa
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West from your region tonight, including local weather; with Michael Barratt , Frank Bough Bob Wellings , Sue Lawley and Susannc Hall
And Consumer Unit: presented by Valerie Singleton , Richard Stilgoe (Regional details as Monday)
Presented by Paddy Feeny The Final
Varndean Grammar School, Brighton checking the pollen count
Codsall Comprehensive School exploring the kink
Rubislaw Academy, Aberdeen researching into water and health Gateway School, Leicester designing a polymer plant compete for the title and trophy. Judging their achievements: SIR GEORGE PORTER , chemist
HEINZ WOLFF , biomedical engineer DR ANNE MCLAREN , biologist
Director MARTIN FREETH Producer PETER BRUCE
New exploits of a team of expert and daring undercover agents whose job is to prove that their missions are, in fact, anything but! This week: Image
A simulated siamese-twin deception to dissolve a syndicate.
led by Jim Phelps:
Geoffrey Keen , David Buck
Gentleman's Agreement by ARDEN WINCH
'On one side, a £50-million investment; on the other a hundred homeless people. Which is more important, money or human beings? '
Series created by DONALD BULL Designer Richard MORRIS
Producers BRIAN DEGAS , MICHAEL GLYNN Director BAZ TAYLOR
'Howard Southern is appearing In ' Jack The Ripper ' at the Ambassadors Theatre, London)
Sir George Thomas:
Dr Tate JOHN:
with Richard Whitmore and Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
A View of Europe in the Twentieth Century
A television history in 13 parts Written and narrated by John Terraine with personal comments by Peter Ustinov
12: A Certain Amount of Violence Belief in good intentions and corresponding hopes were dashed in 1956 - a year of violence inside the Mighty Continent. The Soviet Union imposed her will harshly on Poland and Hungary; Britain and France entered the trauma of Suez. Afterwards Western Europe drew in upon herself, forming EEC, the Common Market. Britain did not join at first, and when she tried to, found her way blocked by de Gaulle , who had returned to power.
In spite of all, affluence now came to Europe, and with it, in the 60s, a new unrest, constantly expressed in slogans and sayings of the New Left. ' Revolution is the festival of the oppressed ' ... ' Insurrectional activity is today the number one political activity ' , .. ' That a certain amount of violence will take place is inevitable.'
Supervising film editor ALLAN TYRER Film editor LES newman
Associate producer BRIAN LEWIS Producer PETER MORLEY
Book (samc title) £ 5.95 from bookshop.9
Barry Norman reviews the latest films, including a new version of Frankenstein.
Producer PATRICIA INGRAM
The people behind the stories, the people the stories affect and the people with something to say. Introduced by Denis Tuohy
Tom Mangold , Vincent Hanna , Michael Cockerell , Bill Kerr Elliott, David Jessel , Julian Mounter and David Lomax are the Midweek correspondents.
Deputy editor JOHN GAU
Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA