9.15 Mathematics in Action: Hypothesis Testing
Introduced by Stewart Gartside
9.38 Maths Today: Year 2: More New Numbers
Presented by Derick Last
10.0 Out of the Past: 2: Standing Stones
Introduced by Peter Fowler
10.25-10.45 Twentieth-Century Focus: The Scientist's Responsibility: 2: The Scientist and the Environment
(Shown on Monday)
11.0 Watch!: Making Biscuits
Introduced by Rosanne Harvey
11.18 Going to Work: Chain Store
(Shown on Monday)
11.40 Making Music
Introduced by John Langstaff
with children from Minet Junior School, Hayes, Middlesex
12.3 History 1917-1967: Britain and Europe
Why Britain held aloof from Europe until the early 1960s
Introduced by Brian Redhead
Presenter (Mathematics in Action):
Presenter (Maths Today):
Presenter (Out of the Past):
Presenter (Making Music):
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 second of a new series of films for the very young.
by Harold Brighouse
How to rule a father and hook a husband.
(shown on Sunday at 6.15)
(Shown at 11.0 am on BBC2)
John Grant tells Littlenose
A cartoon film series
Wacky Races: Dick Dastardly makes another villainous attempt to win
Space Kidettes: Another space adventure with the Space Kidettes and Captain Skyhook
Pop: Blues: Folk: Whoopee!
Alan Price introduces exciting musical sounds of today with Alan Price and Friends,
Bob Kerr's Whoopee Band
and featuring The Pentangle, Duster Bennett
Alan Price and
Bob Kerr's Whoopee
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 Leslie Duxbury
Starring James Ellis, John Slater, Derek Waring
with Paul Angelis, Douglas Fielding and Bernard Holley
Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins, Commander of the Apollo 11 spacecraft meet Raymond Baxter and James Burke
The men who stepped on to the surface of the Moon tell about the mission that opened a new chapter in the history of the world
Jack Bodell (Swadlincote) v Carl Gizzi (Rhyl)
BBC-tv outside broadcast cameras were at the ringside at Nottingham Ice Stadium for last night's Jack Solomons and Reg King promotion, where Jack Bodell and Carl Gizzi battled for the British Heavyweight Title relinquished by Henry Cooper, OBE
(Background to the fight: page 6)
Andrew Cruickshank stars in scenes from the new comedy by Felicity Douglas and Basil Dawson from the stage of the St Martin's Theatre, London
(A Sherwood and Reid and Richard Pilbrow presentation of the Prospect production)
The crunch comes when Henry Oldershaw, headmaster of King Edward's Grammar School, is faced with an overwhelming financial problem. Is he to solve this according to the dictates of his own conscience - or is he tempted to listen to his less-principled old friend, Willy?
with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's correspondents and reporters around the world and Weather
by Hugh Burnett
A film about the dilemma of South Africans neither white nor black.
South Africa's face to the world is white, backed by a sea of blacks. But the real situation is much more complicated, ihe colour lines, drawn by law through the country's 19-million inhabitants, isolate two million people under the classification 'Coloured'
They are above the blacks and below the whites in the social hierarchy of apartheid. Many of them are the legacy of three centuries of what would now be illicit sexual pleasure - across the colour line.
Hugh Burnett has been back to South Africa to make this third film on the Republic's race policies. Tonight's documentary looks at the blurred edge of the colour line where things are not as black and white as they might seem to the outside world.
Above the Black man, below the White: page 12
Cliff Michelmore reports
For every 10 motorists in this country who bought a new car last year there are now only nine. This year, for the first time since 1963, less than a million new cars are expected to come on to the roads. What explains this brake on buying?
Is it the breathalyser, the 70 mph speed limit, parking meters, inadequate motorways, or is it the 15 million which road users have to pay out every day in tax?
An outside broadcast from Earls Court on the eve of the London Motor Show
James Burke and Patrick Moore talk to the astronauts together with a round-up of the day's news in pictures
"I think I must be the only mining engineer to have held the chair of Spanish studies in the University of Oxford"
Distinguished man of letters, sometime Spanish Ambassador to the USA and France, holder of many important international posts and honours, he has made his home in England since the Spanish Civil War. Here he talks about the human condition and in particular about the ideas in his latest book Portrait of a Man Standing.
Don Salvador de