7.S Systems Modelling. 7.30 Made Without Flaw,
9.38-9.58 Mathshow: A Likely Story Told from the 'Mathshow' International Test Centre's new Probability Wing
With JACQUELINE CLARKE CHARLES COLLINGWOOD and TONY HUGHES
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.25-10.45 Science All Around Looking at Animals
11.0 Watch! Bees and Honey
11.18 Going to Work: Out of a Job .
11.40 USA: New York
Weather JACK SCOTT
Thomas Goes to the Doctor
with DEREK GRIFFITHS
with Neil Fitzwiliam and Peter Lorenzelli.
2.15 Television Club
Roy and the Danelli Job
The streets are paved with gold .
2.40 Music Time: Programme 21
Dechrau Canmol : Songs of Praise
Music by PAUL READE
with Bernard Cribbins
Rebecca's World by TERRY NATION Today: Mister Glister 's Tea Party
Tony Hart , Pat Keysell
Sylveste McCoy ; and THE PROF
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
The address to send paintings to: Vision On. BBCtv, London W12 8QT.
Unfortunately we can't return any, but a prize is given for each one shown.
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Today's news and views in your corner of England presented by the BBC's regional newsrooms. Then at 6.25
Frank Bough , Bob Wellings and Dilys Morgan take a look at the scene Nationwide.
A challenge competition for the Royal Institution trophy, with Paddy Feeny Heat 4
BIRRENHEAD: Investigating stress in teenagers. cupAR: Discovering Red Hydra
GUILDFORD: Questioning aerosols and the ozone layer. Judging their work:
Dr Donald Broadbent
Professor G. E. Fogg , FRS, Biologist Sir George Porter , FRS, Chemist
Studio director JOHN GORMAN Producer PETER BRUCE
Professor G. E.
The African Runners
The emergence of the African runners is one of the most remarkable stories in sport. Twenty years ago Black Africans had not won a single track medal, but today names such as KIP KEINO of Kenya, and JOHN AKII-BUA of Uganda are known throughout the world. Ethiopians, Ghanaians and Nigerians all won Olympic medals in 1972, and a Tanzanian is favoured to win the 1500m Gold in Montreal this summer.
The rise of the African runner is a direct result of natural ability, ideal training conditions and the influence of American and European coaching techniques.
Written and produced by BUD GREENSPAN CAPPY PRODUCTIONS INC (New York) and 20th CENTURY-FOX TELEVISION
A series of 13 programmes 4: Legacies by ANNE VALERY starring Clare Clifford
Erin Geraghty , Angela Bruce
Shirley at home, Shirley at work and Shirley faced with herself.
Designer DAVID CROZIER
Adviser SAGA TYNBALE , SRN, HV Script editor PAULA MILNE Producer RON CRADDOCK
DirectorTRISTAN DE VERE COLE ... Book (same title), based on the original series, 50p, from bookshops. Record o/ theme music. No BEEB 014, 84p, from record shops
Tristan de Vere
Casualty Staff Nurse:
with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
Written by PETER TINNISWOOD A series of six programmes
2: Chez Us Pat has set her sights on moving up in the world to a young executive housing estate. However, the path to this dream is not necessarily straight and narrow and obstacies are provided by the male contingent of the Brandon family. with BERT PALMER as Uncle Stavely DETRDRE COSTELLO as Linda Preston LARRY NOBLE as Mr Gooseman
ROBERT RUSSELL as Count Jugular JOHN DUNN as the Radio announcer
Music by RONNIE HAZLEBURST Designer PAUL ALLEN
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
Count Jugular John
The BBC 1 Documentary
Gold is just a metal - one of the more useless. Yet its attraction is enormous. People have fought and killed for it; crossed continents, climbed mountains and gone to the depths of the earth for it. The gleam in the quartz, the flash in the pan, the 1,000-to-one chance of finding a nugget - how and why do they do it?
The story is romantic, surprising and full of grand delusions. Why do we dig gold out of a hole in the ground, carry it across the-world, and bury it in other holes with guards over it? Gold is no longer officially money. There are millions of tons of it lying in vaults around the world, yet nobody can touch it. How did we got into this insane situation? As BEN JONSON said, Gold is but muck
Film editor JOHN BUSH
Written and produced by SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
A series of five programmes 3: The Century of the Waltz
During the 19th century court dancing ended, Blackpool Tower Ballroom opened and ragtime arrived, but the waltz- with its three beats to the bar continued to dominate the dance halls. Narrated by MARTIN JARVIS Dancers
GRAHAM TURNER , KAREN RABINOWITZ MICHAEL LANDER , VAL MITCHELL ANTHONY ELLIS , JACKI BARRON GRAIG GIVENS and KATE FLATT
Music by JONATHAN COHEN
Repetiteur KAREN RABINOWITZ
Producer RONALD SMEDLEY (Repeatl
Book (same title), £1.60, from bookshops Come Dancing: Friday 11.47 pm