9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 1 Arrows
10.0 History 1917-71 Hitler's War
Commentary by BRIAN REDHEAD
10.25-10.45 Look and Read The Boy from Space 5: The Hold-Up
Presenter CHARLES COLLINGWOOD
Charley, Charlotte and the Golden Canary
11.18 Going to Work Settling In
11.40 Making Music
12.5 New Horizons
A Matter of Degree?
Dechrau Canmol Songs of praise
Story by Alison Prince.
Today's Watch with Mother
Weatherman GRAHAM PARKER
Hobson's Choice: 2
2.35 People of Many Lands Scandinavia: Finland
Commentator CHRISTOPHER TRACE
Introduced by Eve Bendall
(Booklet: page 15)
With KEITH BARRON
Stories from Yorkshire
Today: Jervaulx Abbey
Introduced by Johnny Morris
The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home - animals illustrating their magic.
News and opinions from the country at large and, in particular, Your Region Tonight
(including Regional Weather) co-ordinated by Michael Barratt from the International Motor Show. What's new at Earls Court and a Nationwide look at some of the problems facing you in buying and running a car today.
Dunfermline Athletic v Chelsea Tonight's teams:
Alex Wright (Manager)
John Cushley , James Fraser
Jimmy Logan (guest supporter)
Chelsea Dave Sexton (Manager)
John Boyle , Tommy Baldwin
Hugh Lloyd (guest supporter) Referee STUART HALL
Director MARTIN L. BELL Producer MARY EVANS
Intrusion: part 2 by LESLIE DUXBURY starring James Ellis
John Slater , Derek Waring with Jack Carr , Douglas Fielding People are already getting hurt-without the police joining in....
Starring Leo McKern, Janet Munro
with Maxine Audley, Dennis Price, Miles Malleson, Duncan Macrae
TV personality and lecher Prof Bowles-Ottery is not popular with his fellow Fellows at University. But his ambition is deadly!
(This Week's Films: page 16)
Presented by Kenneth Kendall with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
Every boy and girl will come into contact with drugs, in some form or other, before they leave school. This film meticulously reconstructs five crucial days in the life of a sixth-form college in Berkshire which was brought face to face with drug-taking in its midst. The film was shot at the actual school, and the dialogue is based on statements made at the time and before a witness. Actors have replaced two police detectives and those students who were deeply implicated. But all the others appearing in the reconstruction are the actual people involved - the students, the staff of the college, and the Principal.
This true story begins when a plain-clothes police officer overhears a group of pupils talking about drugs. It traces in detail the conflict of loyalty that developed within the community, the events which led to several expulsions, and a sequel that was unforeseen and tragic.
Some of the issues raised in this film are discussed in the following programme.
Tonight's film raises a dilemma: how should drug incidents in schools be handled? What action should parents and head teachers take? This issue, so peculiar to our time, will be discussed by those whose jobs bring them face to face with it.
Chairman Ludovic Kennedy
(Drugs at school: page 15)
with the latest news in pictures
Two Faces: One Profile
A discussion on last week's film featuring Liam de Paor 's views of Christianity in Ireland.
MICHAEL GILL (in the chair)
LIAM DE PAOR, FR JAMES COULTER THE REV ROBERT DICKINSON
Producer MOORE WASSON
Followed by Regional News and Weather (all except London and Wales)