6.40 Social Psychology. 7.5 Renaissance Spectacle. 7.30 Aluminium in Lynemouth.
A Likely Story 10.0-10.20 Hyn o Fyd. Archaeoleg
Dirgelwch Gwern y Mawn Cyflwynydd EMLYN DAVIES Cynhyrchydd R. DILWYN JONES
11.0 Watch. Toby the Tug
Book (same title), songs, poems, games from the series, £2.25, from bookshops
11.17 Going to Work
Making Ends Meet
11.40 Japan: The Crowded Islands City - the startling contrast between the modern façade of Tokyo and everyday life inside the Yagis' house - a Tokyo ' cockney ' family. Commentary DENIS TUOHY Producer LEN BROWN
With the latest on the Election-Campaign. Weather JACK SCOTT
including Medicine Matters with Dr David Delvin
2.14 Encounter: France A French Studies series
1: Land and sea - Fecamp
It's all Right: 1
2.40 Television Club
A Place like Home: Lydia
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
A programme for children under 5
400th Edition with Johnny Morris
Hundreds of your favourite animals from all parts of the world have come to the Bristol studio to appear with Johnny over the years.
But what would the creatures have been like if they had come from outer space? To test your imagination Animal Magic is running a Painting Competition and to give you some ideas Johnny shows pictures of some of the most extraordinary animals on earth. To provide advice, there is time-traveller Dr Who and artist Robert Gillmor.
Producer GEORGE INGER BBC Bristol
Tarzan and the Graveyard of Elephants
The elephants of the jungle are in danger and Tarzan has to help them.
Stop with Peter Purves Watch
A variety of sport including swimming, plus your own choice in our weekly request spot with Mary Fourt.
Director MIKE ADLEY
Producer HAZEL LEWTHWAITE BBC Manchester
Written by MAURICE DODD featuring LEONARD ROSSITER as ' Boot '
With JUDY BENNETT , SHEILA STEAFEL and PETER HAWKINS
Music by TREVOR EVAN JONES A FILM FAIR presentation
Executive producer GRAHAM CLUTTERBUCK
with Kenneth Kendall and from the Campaign studio: Christopher Jones. Weatherman
Television's most popular current affairs magazine presented each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY, HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WFLLINGS with contributions from BBC studios throughout the country. And at 6.30
Nationwide Election Debate
- with Robin Day in the chair.
Michael Foot , Michael Hescltine and Jo Grimond answer questions from an invited audience in Birmingham.
A non-stop sequence of hits for all ages.
Sung by Paul Curtis
Hazel Dean , Jane Marlow
Elaine Paige , Mike Redway
Carolyn Smith , Danny Street Maynard Williams and THE FINE TOOTH COMBS with LOOKS!
Staged by VERONICA FRANCE
Musical director BILL SHEPHERD Designer JOHN ANDERSON
Production JOHNNIE STEWART
starring Eric Sykes
Hattie Jacques , Deryck Guyler
With JOY HARINGTON, HUGH PADDICK HENRY WOOLF , NORMAN BEATON REG LYE , MERDELLE JORDINE
Music by KEN JONES
Written by ERIC sykes
Designer ANTONY THORPE
Produced by ROGER RACE
from Tiffany's, Glasgow, Paul Burnett introduces the last of the three national beauty contests.
In the search for Miss Scotland 1979, Paul Burnett is joined by Tom Ferry and Fran Morrison in the competition to find Miss Scotland, who will go on to represent her country in the Miss United Kingdom contest, where a victory will put her in the running for the title of Miss World. In cabaret
THE GEOFFREY RICHER DANCERS and JAMIE MICHAEL STEWART with the BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by PHIL TATE
Choreography GEOFFREY RICHER Arranged by ERIC D. MORLEY
Sound RON ALLAN. Lighting JAMES MAIDEN Designer HELEN RAE
Production assistant ALEX THOMAS Director ALASDAIR MACMILLAN Producer KEN GRIFFIN
Mecca Miss Scotland organised by JEM INTERNATIONAL
by the Labour Party
(Also on BBC2)
with Kenneth Kendall and Election Campaign Report with David Holmes. Weatherman
The gold and the scarlet of the auditorium at the Royal Opera House are familiar enough, but this film takes a unique look at the very different world that lies behind those great plush curtains. Backstage we see something of the ingenuity, imagination and sheer hard work that enables a staff of more than 1,000 to stage some 250 performances of opera and ballet throughout the year in what is still an antiquated Victorian theatre.
Given complete freedom to film both at rehearsals and on stage during performances and all over the theatre, from dressing rooms to prop stores, BBC cameras followed the various stages of a dozen productions. There's a first night of Othello. Sir Frederick Ashton rehearses with Margot Fonteyn. Anthony Dowell and Merle Park dance in Romeo and Juliet. The Marriage of Figaro, Peter Grimes and The Sleeping Beauty are all in rehearsal. We see the involvement of stagehands, costume-makers, designers, singers and dancers and hear from them what it is like to work in one of the world's greatest opera houses. Commentary by JULIAN PETTIFER
Photography PETER CHAPMAN Sound recordist DICK MANTON Film editor HUGH NEWSAM Producer
ANTHONY DE LOTBINIERE
Presented by DAVID DIMBLEBY and DONALD MACCORMICK with ROBIN DAY and ROBERT MCKENZIE
Throughout the week, the ideas, the promises and the fundamental disagreements between the parties are discussed and analysed. Including Election Diary - a political gossip column.
Editor ROGER BOLTON
The second of ten films on ways of improving race relations. Crosstalk
How many people in teaching, social work, personnel departments, banks and hospitals, etc, are left with a sense of frustration or failure when dealing with Asians and West Indians as parents, clients or job candidates? The way English is used, as well as differences of culture, can make for misunderstandings. If not recognised as such, these can lead to irritation, or can reinforce prejudiced attitudes on both sides. This film analyses some of the commonest of these communication difficulties.
Producer john TWITCHIN
Training notes prepared by NCILT and boofc. Five Views of Multi-Racial Britain, £ 1.00, from CRE, 10 Allington Street, London SW1