9.15 Mathematics in Action: The binomial distribution
Introduced by Stewart Gartside
9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 1: Number patterns
Introduced by Michael Holt
10.0 Europe on the Move: Linkoping - a boom town
Even in one of the most prosperous towns in Sweden, day-to-day problems like housing and jobs are still very much in evidence
Commentary by Robert Hewison
Filmed by Swedish Schools Television
10.25-10.45 20th-century Focus: The Scientist's Responsibility: 1 - The Scientist and War
Introduced by Derek Cooper
(shown on Monday)
11.0 Watch!: Woods
Introduced by Rosanne Harvey
11.18 Going to Work: Hairdressing
Introduced by Peter West
(shown on Monday)
11.40 Making Music
Introduced by John Langstaff
with children from Minet Junior School, Hayes, Middlesex
12.3 History 1917-1967: The new Europe
The drive for unity in Western Europe after 1945
Introduced by Brian Redhead
Presenter (Mathematics in Action):
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Presenter (History 1917-1967):
Inter-town quiz about Wales
(First shown on BBC Wales)
(Crystal Palace, Wenvoe West, Holme Moss, Sutton Coldfield transmitters only)
The first of a new series of thirteen films for the very young tells how Mary lives with her parents at the top of a tall block of flats in a busy town. Her friends are Mungo, her wise old dog, and Midge, a very inquisitive mouse.
Pictures, animation, and production:
by Arnold Wesker
[Starring] Simon Ward as Pip Thompson, Cavan Kendall as Pilot Officer, Roy Holder as Smiler, Jack May as the Wing Commander
The Wing Commander:
(Shown on Sunday at 6.15)
A programme for children under five
Tuesday is Dressing-up Day
(Shown at 11.0 am on BBC2)
David Wood tells Over Sea, Under Stone by Susan Cooper
a cartoon film series
Dick Dastardly and his villainous pal, Muttley, are competitors in the way-out Wacky Races. His schemes to outwit the other racing drivers - Professor Pat Pending, Penelope Pitstop and the Ant-Hill Mob - lead to some hair-raising moments as the cars zoom towards the winning post
The Space Kidettes have a map showing where hidden treasure can be found and when the notorious Captain Skyhook learns about it he is determined that the treasure shall be his
Pop, Blues, Folk, and Whoopee!
Alan Price introduces exciting musical sounds of today with Alan Price and Friends, Bob Kerr's Whoopee Band and featuring Fleetwood Mac in a regular spot aimed to give artists time to perform two or three numbers: not just to plug their latest single but to show off their own style.
The adventures of a very young elephant
English version written by Peggy Miller and told by Eric Thompson
Writer (English version):
The facts, the people, the background of the nation's capital
The news, features, opinions of the country at large co-ordinated by Michael Barratt from BBC studios throughout the United Kingdom
by Bill Barron
Starring James Ellis, John Slater, Derek Waring
with Paul Angelis, Douglas Fielding and Bernard Holley
Det Insp Goss:
Now in its sixth series
What's new today for those interested in tomorrow
Introduced by Raymond Baxter with James Burke
Discoveries, developments, trends -a weekly report on the critical and fast-changing world of science, medicine, and technology
Starring Dusty Springfield
with special guest Dr. Murray Banks
and introduced by Valentine Dyall
Murray Banks is one of the most sought-after speakers in America. His unusual mixture of folk psychology and Jewish stories have turned him into a major recording artist. His LPs have odd titles like "What to Do Until the Psychiatrist Comes"
Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds (by arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph)
Albert Modley, Ken Platt, Hope and Keen, Josephine Blake, Tux, Christine and Moll,
'Your Father's Mustache' Banjo Band
Chairman Leonard Sachs
'Your Father's Mustache' Banjo
With Robert Dougall and the BBC's correspondents and reporters around the world and Weather
About the travelling people of Britain: gypsies - tinkers - nomads - potters
by Philip Donnellan
The wanderers of our roads and lanes talk about their lives, their homes, their work, and their problem - us
Commentary by John Seymour
They left India 900 years ago and after travelling through Asia and Europe came to England about 1400. They were a dark, mysterious, clannish folk devoted to horses. They came to be called Egyptians - or gypsies for short.
The law saw them as a threat to order and stability - and still does apparently.
Today, existence is more difficult than ever for the travelling family, hate and misunderstanding more widespread. While the Irish tinkers slug it out with Authority in the city centres, the English gypsies try to keep to their 'underground' life.
Independence has always been their pride. Individualism has served them for centuries as a way of life. Can it survive? Where do they go from here?
In this film we meet half a dozen families at the berry-picking in Perthshire or a squalid Kentish campsite; at a wedding in Evesham; a Yorkshire horse-fair and scraphunting on the Welsh border.
The rise and fall of the leaf: page 6
An International Speed Competition for cash prizes totalling Â£400
Introduced by David Vine
A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it including a round-up of the day's news in pictures
Most stars remain unchanging over huge periods of time; but some continually vary in brightness. Only long observation can reveal their secrets, and much of this patient work is done by amateurs.
Patrick Moore describes the different types of variable stars, and discusses with John S. Glashy the vital role of amateur observers.
by Fr Patrick McEnroe