9.38 Maths Today: Year 2 Systems in step
10.0 Maths Workshop: Stage 2 Turning Round
10.25-10.45 Look and Read: Len and the River Mob: 2
11.0 Watch!: Ice and Snow: people
11.18 Going to Work: The Milk Industry
11.40 Making Music
12.5 New Horizons: The Toxic Club
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The Christian Church through the centuries
Today's Watch with Mother
2.5-2.25 Television Club Magic and Mystery: 2
2.35 People of Many Lands Summer in Provence
In-service education project for teachers.
Two contrasting case studies which raise some important questions about the 'right' curriculum for the early leavers.
A programme for children under 5
With Ted Ray
The Railway Stories by The Rev W. Awdry
The Rev W.
An unusual view of things by Tony Hart, Pat Keysell and Ben Benison including The Prof with Digger, Cuckoo, Burbles, Humphrey Umbrage and Susanne.
(Send a design for a 'Hallo machine,' or a painting for the 'Gallery' to Vision On, [address removed]. We are sorry we cannot return them, but there's a prize for any that are shown)
Two series of colour cartoons with Motor Mouse leading Autocat on some high-powered cat-and-mouse games and villainous Mildew Wolf casting a hungry eye on Lambsy.
The adventures of an inventive knight on the Crusades.
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News and opinions from the country at large, and, in particular, Your Region Tonight
(including Regional Weather) co-ordinated by Michael Barratt and Bob Wellings.
A chance to see your favourite soccer stars proving, once again, that a footballer's brains are not only in his boots! The new series features international players - past and present - representing the four home countries, with guest star supporters from the world of entertainment.
Group 1: Match 2
Northern Ireland - Derek Dougan (Wolves), Bryan Hamilton (Ipswich Town), Alex Elder (Stoke City), Phil Coulter v
Wales - Alan Durban (Derby County), Gary Sprake (Leeds United), Walley Barnes, Kenneth Griffith.
Raymond Baxter introduces a weekly report on the invention that could prove revolutionary... the breakthrough doctors hoped for... the idea engineers knew had to work... on the whole fast-changing world of science, medicine and technology that will alter tomorrow. With James Burke.
Tonight's film in this season of adventure films starring Christopher Lee, Nigel Green
with Tsai Chin, James Robertson Justice.
Fu Manchu, the notorious Oriental master-criminal, embarks on a plan for world domination by means of a deadly poison distilled from the seeds of Tibetan poppies.
Sax Rohmer's famous arch-fiend returns to the screen after an absence of more than 20 years - now played by Christopher Lee - in an exciting tale in which Nayland Smith of Scotland Yard renews his pursuit of the seemingly indestructible Fu Manchu.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
Presented this week by Robert Dougall, with the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world.
An Imperial story in 13 parts.
The British Empire virtually began in the islands of the West Indies - and for 200 years they were its richest possession. The wealth of the islands came from sugar cane which provided sugar to sweeten the tea tables of Britain, and rum to enliven its taverns. To work the plantations millions of slaves were brought from Africa - and on this trade ports like Bristol, Liverpool and London grew rich.
Huge fortunes were made by the planters who came home from the West Indies to buy country estates, to build magnificent houses, to marry into the aristocracy, and to push their interest in Parliament.
To protect the sugar islands from rival European powers hundreds of thousands of British soldiers and sailors died. Great admirals like Benbow, Vernon, and Rodney made their names there - and Nelson fought his first battles.
The plantation system was efficient and flourishing, but an Empire built on sugar could only last as long as its principal support - the labour of the slaves - was taken for granted...
A BBCtv/Time-Life co-production.
(The Inheritors of the Empire, part 2 of the special Radio Times colour feature: pages 52-56)
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Irma Kurtz previews and reviews this week's new films including The French Connection, starring Gene Hackman, the actor tipped to win this year's Oscar.
Presented by David Dimbleby.
With Austin Mitchell and reports from Bernard Falk, Max Hastings, James Hogg, David Jessel, David Lomax, Tom Mangold, Barrie Penrose and David Taylor; special contributions from Keith Kyle and Robert Mckenzie
with the latest news in pictures.
Peter Youngson is a Parish Minister with reservations about the contemporary style of Christianity in Scotland.
Tonight he talks to Magnus Magnusson.