9.38 Maths Today: Year 2: Make a Matrix
10.0 Science All Around: Time
10.25-10.45 Look and Read: The Boy from Space: 6
11.0 Watch!: Hands and Feet
11.18 Going to Work: Serving the Public
11.40 People of Many Lands: Hungary: Life on the Plains
12.5 New Horizons: Information Machine
With Bob Langley
and Weatherman Bert Foord
George Melly visits a London poster shop to look at this and other works of Lautrec.
2.0 A Job Worth Doing?: Insurance and Investment
(Booklet: page 70)
2.30 Look Out: Mind Over Matter Equals Shape?
Introduced by Duncan Carse
With reporters Geoffrey Weaver, who spends a day with a young master farrier who recently reopened a traditional blacksmith's forge; and Michael Canney, who visits a country steam fair in the Cotswolds. The Countryman also takes a nostalgic look at autumn.
From a "stunning debut" in "The Servant", to rave reviews for his role in "Performance", James Fox became established as a major star. What led him to give up stardom, eventually finding Christ in a Blackpool hotel?
(Rpt BBC2, Thurs 6.35. Accompanying sound series R3, Wed. Booklet 60p: p 70)
with Alfred Lynch
Introduced by Johnny Morris
The World of Animals
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
(Regional details as Monday)
Starring Ronald Fraser, Barbara Windsor, Gregoire Asian, Bernard Cribbins
For Little Walter and his gang, on the run from the law, what better place to hide out than a deserted monastery on an island off the Cornish coast? But here, monkish habits soon begin to have a startling effect on criminal characters.
A new comedy series created by Brian Clemens and Richard Waring
Written by Richard Waring
starring John Alderton and Hannah Gordon
with Diana King, Mollie Sugden, Ken Wynne
In spite of the Decree Absolute, George and Suzy almost get together - until their parents decide to take a hand.
with Kenneth Kendall; Weather
Lord Annan, Provost of University College, London delivers the first of an annual series of television lectures, before a specially invited audience at the BBC Television Centre.
Universities are under attack. MPs call them expensive ivory towers. Civil Servants say they should be made more productive. The public complains that there are too many students, supported for three years by taxpayers' money, which is squandered in sit-ins, demos and disturbances.
Tonight Lord Annan examines the criticisms, takes a fresh look at current policies in higher education, and states his own beliefs about the true role of the university in our society.
The lecture is introduced by David Attenborough, Director of Programmes, BBC Television
(this lecture will be in "The Listener" next week. Radio Times People: page 4)
Joan Bakewell looks at what's going on in the film world today. This week Kurt Vonnegut Jr talks about the film version of his novel, Slaughterhouse-Five.
The people behind the stories, the people the stories affect and the people with something to say.
Presented by Ludovic Kennedy along with Nicholas Harman and Austin Mitchell
A seasonal special
Tony, Cliff, Mick and Hughie take us up to the witching hour with songs from Cheshire's 16th-century Bredbury Hall with its oak beams, log fires and resident ghost. With old favourites, The Spinners sing songs new to their repertoire, with some surprising endings in keeping with this ghostly night.