9.38 Maths Today: Year 2
10.0 Science All Around Clothing
10.25-10.45 Look and Read The Boy from Space (8)
11.0 Watch!: Wheels
11.18 Going to Work
Getting On with People X
People of Many Lands: Romania
12.5 New Horizons: the Computer and the individual
With BOB LANGLEY and Weatherman JACK SCOTT
Editor TERRY DOBSON
Christ of St John of the Cross by SALVADOR DALI
This painting cost the Glasgow Art Gallery £8,200 in 1952. It has earned them over £33,000.
Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh, Archbishop of the Russian Orthodox Church in Britain, looks at this controversial painting and explains his reaction to it
Producer LESLIE MEGAHBY
2.0 A Job Worth Doing? Hospital Administration
Commentary DAVID RICHARDSON (Booklet: page 78)
2.30 Look Out
Putting on the Style X
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of antiques with Max Robertson Resident connoisseur Arthur Negus
Guest connoisseur Chris Brunker
Imogen Hassall , Nigel Stock
Director PAUL smith
Producer JOHN KING (from Bristol)
... On the Ouse Washes
Tony Soper explores one of the finest places for wintering ducks and wild swans in Europe. In summer it is the home for some of our scarcest nesting birds. Here you can see one of nature's spectaculars - courting Ruffs in all their finery.
Producer JOHN SPARKS . (from Bristol)
In-service education project for teachers
What has School Broadcasting to offer older pupils of average and less than average ability?
Series producer ROGER OWEN
A programme for children under 5
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
with Richard Wattis
Mary Plain Goes to America by GWYNEDD RAE
Today: The Most Popular Person on Board
A special edition of a weekly series introduced by Johnny Morris
Animal Magic takes part in an exchange of rare White Tigers between Bristol Zoo and New Delhi Zoo, and visits some of the National Parks of India.
Producer DOUGLAS THOMAS (from Bristol)
bringing you news and views in your region tonight
(including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELUNGS
(Regional details as Monday)
in One Good Turn with Shirley Abicair
Joan Rice , Thora Hird
Norman's efforts to save an orphanage and provide presents for the children lead him into a succession of wild adventures.
Producer MAURICE COWAN
Director JOHN PADDY CARSTAIRS (This Week's Films: page 11)
A new comedy series created by BRIAN CLEMENS and RICHARD WARING
Written by RICHARD WARING starring
John Alderton and Hannah Gordon
Pregnant Moment with TIM BARRETT
George views the prospect of becoming a family man with mixed feelings.
Designer PAUL ALLEN
Producer GRAEME MUIR
with Robert Dougall and Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
Every wound and every death that has resulted from the fighting has caused a suffering that is universal. In Northern Ireland today, violence affects everybody. '... It's a tremendous price to pay for nothing - because there's nothing been done ... I can see a terrible lot of things going on here in Ireland and they're just not getting through. For three years people have been shot, maimed, blown up - everything. It's just taken as an everyday occurrence ... '
(Belfast bomb victim who lost both legs.)
Harold Williamson talks to the losers in Northern Ireland -the widows, the children, the injured, the frightened, the dispossessed; the soldiers; people of different religions, different politics, but spokesmen for neither; and the ordinary people who are paying the price of violence.
Producer TONY BROUGHTON
Frederic Raphael looks at the latest films and at what's going on in the film world today.
This week, a preview of some of the films which will be entered for the 16th London Film Festival.
Producer Patricia INGRAM
Presented by Ludovic Kennedy including A Meeting at Mons
Six survivors of the first British engagement of the 1914-18 War revisit the battlefield - and meet, for the first time for 58 years, the men they fought.
Reporter DAVID JESSEL
Producer DAVID MILLS
Editor PETER PAGNAMENTA
A series of interviews with Joan Bakewell talking to people who want us to change our ways. This week: Moelwyn Merchant Professor of English at Exeter University.
'Harmony ... had better be broken by some dissonance in order to keep life.'-
Producer PETER FIRTH (from Bristol)
The Investigation of Liver Disease
Producer RON BLOOMPIELD
Series editor MICHAEL GARROD