9.15 Mathematics in Action Normal distribution
Introduced by STEWART GARTSIDE Produced by EDWARD GOLDWYN .
9.38 Maths Today: Year 2 Make a Matrix
Introduced by DERICK LAST
Produced by JOHN CAIN and PETER WEISS
10.0 Out of the Past
3 : Immigrants to Britain
Introduced by NICHOLAS THOMAS Produced by FELICITY Kinross
10.25-10.45 Twentieth - Century Focus: Violence and Society
Canals and Canal Boats
Introduced by ROSANNE HARVEY Produced by SUZANNE DAVIES
11.18 Going to Work Horticulture
11.40 Making Music
Introduced by JOHN LANGSTAFF with children from minet JUNIOR SCHOOL, Hayes, Middlesex Produced by JOHN HOSIER.
12.3 History 1917-1967 Revolution in Russia
Produced by JOHN RADCLIFFE
Inter-town quiz about Wales
(Crystal Palace, Wenvoe West, Holme Moss , Sutton Coldfield transmitters)
Pictures, animation, and production:
Weatherman BERT FOORD
Hobson's Choice by HAROLD BRIGHOUSE
Part 3: How to do right by your father and still make a profit.
Designer GORDON ROLAND
Produced by MICHAEL SIMPSON
A programme for children under 5
Presented by MARY MILLER and BRIAN CANT
LARRY PARKER tells Clown Stories
Today: The Highland Circus
A new 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 Johnstons and Slade Design
Production PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT
The adventures of a very young elephant
Babar and the Rain
English version written by PEGGY MILLER and told by ERIC THOMPSON
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
Reporters ROBERT LANGLEY LYN LEWIS , JACK PIZZEY
Editor DERRICK AMOORE
James Ellis , John Slater Derek Waring in Nobody Loves Us: part 2 by LESLIE DUXBURY with Paul Angelis , Douglas Fielding and Bernard Holley
Script editor P. J. HAMOND Designer PAT JACKSON
Producei RICHARD BEYNON
Directed by PADDY RUSSELL T
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
Producers PETER BRUCE
JULIAN COOPER , JOHN M. MANSFIELD GORDON THOMAS , ANDREW WISEMAN Editor MICHAEL LATHAM
The popular American singing star who has headed the hit parade in this country introduces tonight her special guest James Taylor
Musical director JOHN CAMERON Vocal backing TEARS OF JOY PAN'S PEOPLE
Choreography by FLICK COLBY Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting RITCHIE RICHARDSON Design ROGER FORD
Producer STANLEY DORFMAN
Scenes from the successful new musical by GEORGE HAIMSOHN and ROBIN MILLER
Music by JIM WISE from the stage of the Duchess Theatre, London by arrangement with James Verner
This mini-musical with a cast of only six does for the Thirties what The Boy Friend did for the Twenties. The story is the traditional one of the chorus girl who becomes a star in a day. It is all a loving parody of a period in musical development that isn'really so far away.
' an affectionate parody of film musicals of the 1930s ... endless charm, blissfully funny'
' small gem of an idea ... polished bright' The Observer
' six magnificent mickey takers '
Directed by NEIL KENYON
Musical director RAY BISHOP Design by PETER HARVEY
Presented for television by JOHN VERNON
With KENNETH KENDALL and the BBC's correspondents and reporters around the world and Weather
A film about railways and railwaymen
' I was one of those youngsters who felt I'd like to play with toy trains and I've continued playing with them ever since. You know the old saying that you get sawdust in your veins when you are working on a circus - it's the same for the railway.'
A PASSENGER-TRAIN GUARD
There are 280,000 railwaymen in Great Britain. This film looks at a handful of these men - men who work or used to work on two lines in the north of England: the former Great Central route from Sheffield to Manchester, via the notorious Woodhead tunnel (a recent BBC2 play Men of Iron retold the story of its building), and the former Midland route from Birmingham to Sheffield via Derby and Ambergate. They are men who have railways in the blood and bone and who look at their changing industry with affection, humour and, occasionally, dismay.
Narrated by Roger Snowdon
Commentary written by TERRY COLEMAN Produced by MALCOLM BROWN
(A steam man all his life: page 11)
A comedy film series which recognises the difference.
Starring Paula Prentiss and Richard Benjamin as Paula and Dick Hollister
with Jack Cassidy as Oscar North and Kenneth Mars as Harry Zarakardos
Paula and Dick find that the best way is to buy the block of flats they live in.
Robert Robinson dips into the BBC's mailbag and adds a few comments of his own
Produced by lAIN JOHNSTONE
with the latest news and pictures
Patrick Moore describes The Moons of Saturn
Why are Saturn's 10 satellites so different from each other? Why does one of them orbit in the opposite direction from the others, and another appear brightest on one side as it rotates?
Directed by MICHAEL BROOKE
Producer PATRICIA OWTRAM
by THE REV ED SEALY