7.5 Genetics. 7.30 Elements of the Lithium Row.
High Time, High Tide: Part 2 .
Keep Up with the Times: 7
The seventh cartoon adventure in an eight-part series on multiplication.
This week: The Seven-Times Table The Odyssey: 5. The Fury of Posiedon ROBERT ERSKINE gets caught in a storm and tells how Odysseus survived a whirlpool and a shipwreck. Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
Series producer MIKE HARRISON
You and Me Book 4 accompanies the morning programmes, 28p, from bookshops
11.0-11.15 Quatre Coins de la France. 4: En route
11.22 Music Time: Programme 27
Barnaby returns from holiday and prepares to meet Nordine, Grand-pa and Penguin again.
2.1 Words and Pictures
A series to encourage reading
The Sun Shone: the wind challenges the sun's boast and proves that not everyone likes the sun to shine all the time.
Introduced by HENRY WOOLF Director DAVID WALLACE
2.18 British Social History 1939-1945
2.40 The Electric Company: 13
A 16-part reading series from The Children's Television Workshop, New York
Presented for the BBC by RONALD SMEDLEY
Story: What's That Shape? by JEAN WATSON Presenters:
Karen Platt , Lionel Morton
A puppet film from Russia.
with Peter Marinker
The Lost Farm by JANE CURRY (in five parts)
There was nothing exceptional about Pete McCubbin 's life on his Pennsylvania farm - nothing, that is, until the arrival of the eccentric Professor Lilliput. His terrible invention, the Reducer, was capable of shrinking Pete, his family, his animals, indeed, the entire farm to one-twelfth its normal size! Today: The Reducer
with John Noakes
Peter Purves and Lesley Judd
Assistant editor ROSEMARY GILL Editor BIDDY BAXTER
The adventures in magic of Samantha, who tries to be an ordinary mortal, of Darrin her husband, who is an ordinary mortal, and their daughter Tabitha, who seems to have inherited her mother's charms.
by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by Bernard Cribbins
Music by MIKE BATT
Animation by BARRY LEITH
Director ivor wood
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
Britain's most popular current affairs programme
Presented this week by Michael Barratt , Frank Bough
Valerie Singleton , Bob Wellings and Dilys Morgan Reporters at large:
LUKE CASEY, BERNARD FALK DIANE HARRON , JAMES HOGG
JOHN STAPLETON , PATRICK STENSON MARTIN YOUNG
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
Questionmaster David Vine featuring
50 years of world sporting action Henry Cooper and Fred Trueman captain two teams of sporting celebrities who will be puzzling over faces, places and voices from the history of sport.
Guests this week include:
Alan Pascoe , Emlyn Hughes Peter Lever and BBC Radio Brain of Sport Patricia Arthur
Director KEITH PHILLIPS
Producer NICK HUNTER. BBC Manchester Book (same title), 75p, from bookshops
The Savage Curtain
Although unable to believe his eyes, an incredulous Captain Kirk turns from the video screen to order presidential honours for the arrival of his historic hero. An even more incredible encounter is in store, affecting the safety of all aboard the Enterprise.
Reporting on the stories that matter and asking the questions that need to be asked.
Introduced by David Dimbleby
The Panorama correspondents at home and abroad are
RICHARD LINDLEY and TOM MANGOLD
Assistant editor DAVID HARRISON Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
with Peter Woods ; Weather
starring James Garner
Sidney Poitier , Bill Travers
After rescuing a white woman from marauding Apache, army scout Jess Remsberg finds that she has been a captive of Apache Chief Chata for over a year. With Chata about to launch new attacks, a detachment of us Cavalry sets out for Fort Concho with new recruits and supply wagons.
Director RALPH NELSON. Films: page 9
Lt McAllister (Scotty):
Sue Lawley, Denis Tuohy and Donald MacCormick talk to interesting people about their lives and experiences and look at the events of the day.
Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
Pulsars are among the most incredible objects known to man. They are composed of neutrons and are so dense that a pin's head of neutron star material would weigh as much as an ocean liner. Discovered as recently as the late 60s, neutron stars are of great and increasing interest to astronomers and valuable information on X-ray pulsars has been obtained from the instruments aboard the British satellite, Ariel 5.
Patrick Moore talks about pulsars to Jocelyn Bell Burnell who was involved in their discovery.
Director GEOFF WALMSEY Producer PATRICIA WOOD