9.41 Merry-go-Round looks at a story of topical interest. Series producer MIKE HARRISON
10.3 Scan: Oceans 3 Out of our Depths Seventy per cent of Planet Earth is Planet Ocean. How can man use the resources of the seas, for food and for energy? And what new problems may this exploitation bring? With GILLIAN MCCUTCHEON and ROGER BRIERLEY Producer GEOFF Wilson
10.25-10.45 Near and Far The Changing Street
The last of three programmes about the geography of streets. TMs programme looks for evidence of change in the street scene. Presented by MARY DOWNING Producer ROBIN GWYN
To Stand and Stare
11.30 Music Time: Programme 5 .
11.55 Focus on Communications 4: Don't Talk to Me About Words
On the Move began a year ago. In the last year about 90,000 people have come forward for help with their reading and writing.
NORMAN ROSSINGTON introduces one of them.
Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer david HARGREAVES
(A repeat showing of On the Move begins on Sundau 24 October. A new series about reading. Your Move, is now running on Sundays at 12.10 pm, repeated on Thursdays on BBC2 at 7.5 pm)
With BOB LANGLEY, DONNY MACLEOD DAVID SEYMOUR , MARIAN FOSTER and JAN leeming , including 1914 and All That
Editor TERRY DOBSOI *
Now that he can sing, Barnaby takes part in a concert.
Lines and Circles: Circles with VICKI LUKE
Puppet animation JOE BARTON Producer BARBARA PARKER
English: Early Every Morning
with James Villiers The Arthur Stories by ALAN COREN
Today: Arthur the Kid (part 2)
with John Noakes, Peter Purves , Lesley Judd
Brunei's Birthday Bonanza: A fly-past of state helicopters and a procession of stilt walkers and jugglers marked the 30th birthday of the Sultan, HIS HIGHNESS SIR MUDA HASSAN AL BOLKIAH Mli'lZZADDIN WALDDAULAH. JOHN, PETER and LESLEY join the crowds during the celebrations that lasted 40 days and 40 nights.
Assistant editor JOHN ADCOCK Editor BIDDY BAXTER
To Heir is Human
with Richard Baker Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today Points West and Spotlight South West
Then at 6.20 the scene Nationwide With MICHAEL BARRATT , FRANK BOUGH DILYS MORGAN , VALERIE SINGLETON and BOB WELLINGS
Editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Monday)
looks at the Forces of Law and Order
Michael Rodd inspects Germany's crack security division, and accompanies Cologne police as they break a car-ringing gang.
Dutch reporter Ria Dalmeijer visits Belfast to experience Europe's longest-running urban war. William Woollard reports from Interpol's Paris HQ on the need to co-ordinate Europe's police forces in the face of organised crime and international terrorism. The security forces of today are an intriguing guide to Tomorrow's Europe.
Film editors MIKE JACKSON PAULINE DYKES
Directors BOB SYMES
Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Introduced by Ed Stewart
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON
Choreography FLICK COLBY
Sound KEITH GUNN
Director Phil Bishop
Producer BRIAN wBtTEHOOSE
by JOHN CHAPMAN , ERIC MERRIMAN starring
Terry Scott and June Whitnetd
' We must protest! ' says Terry. ' It's people like me who are going to put this country back on its feet.'
Designer RtCHARD MORRtS
Executive producer PETER WHITMORt Producer fAY BUTT
House of Commons attendant:
Another episode starring Te!!y Savatas as Police Lieutenant Theo Kojak
with Richard Baker ; Weather
A series of six programmes by PHH.IP MARTIN, with Ahmed KhatH. E)izabeth Cass:dy Paul Barber , Alibe Parsons
Saeed Janrey , Robert Stephens and Maurice Cotbourne as John Kline jMC!deKt 6
John Kline keeps his head above water as Khan plunges into the deep end.
Who is head of the secret consortium? How close is Kline to learning his identity?
Can Khan's death end KHne's innuence in high places?
Music composed and directed by DAVE GREENSLADE
Script editor PETER ANSORGE Designer tAN ASHURST Producer BAVtD ROSE
Director KENNETH )VES. BBC Birmingham
Sir George Jeavons:
A new season of the arts in action introduced by Humphrey Burton Tonight: AH the Superlatives A nim about the dancer Anthony Dowett Taking part:
Dame Margot Fonteyn Sir Frederick Ashton
Hans van Manen , Rudolf Nureyev
Michaet Somes , Antony Tudor , and Kenneth MacMiUan , Director of the Royal Ballet, who says: 'All the superlatives can be used about him. He is the No 1 male ballet dancer in the world.'
In this film of a dancer's life,
Anthony Dowett talks of his career and lives through a week of crisis: preparations for an opening in i New York and, suddenly, an unexpected setback....
With LESLEY COLLIER , JENNIFER PENNY, WAYNE EAGLiNC , in rehearsal and nrst television performance of part of Fottr SchumaMM Pteces , created specially for DoweIL
Excerpts from A Month :M the CoMMtry, Sir Frederick Ashton 's latest baUet, with LYNN SEYMOL 'R; The Dreatn, Steeping Beauty, ThotS With ANTOINETTE SIBLEY; MoMOtOMM With VYVYAN LORRAYNE and ROBERT MEAD ; CtMdere:ta and EMigmo VortattOKS.
THE ALBERN! STRING QUARTET leader HOWARD DAviES
SOlo pianist PHILIP GAMMON
Filmcameraman JOHN HOOPER Fi)m editor DAWD MARTtN Executive producer BARRIE GAVIN
Director coLtN NEAR*
With JOHN TIMPSON and DENIS TUOHV Robin Day examines a topical issue
The Pendyrus Male Choir conductor GLYNNE JONES , with Bevertey Humphreys (soprano) Huw Tregelles Wimams (organ) present an anthology of words and music from Llandaff Cathedral in tribute to the 144 who lost their lives in the Aberfan disaster on 21 October, 1966.