9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 1: Measurement
10.0 History 1917-71: Britain and Europe
10.25 Look and Read: The Boy from Space (9)
10.45 Words and Pictures: Sam on Boffs' Island: 9
A puppet play by John Tully
with the voices of Judy Bennett, Miriam Margolyes, Charles Collingwood and Nigel Lambert
11.2 Watch!: Parcels: What's Inside the Parcel?
Presented by Andrew Bradford
11.18 Going to Work: Assembly line
11.40 Science Extra: Biology: Polluted waters
12.5 New Horizons: Cybernetic man
Writer (Words and Pictures):
Animated film (Words and Pictures):
Puppets and settings (Words and Pictures):
Producer (Words and Pictures):
With Robert Langley
and Weatherman Bert Foord
(Wallace Collection, London)
Michael Kitson traces the Cavalier's rise to fame, in relation to Hals' work as a whole. Does he, perhaps, deserve a little more respect than we allow him?
2.0 A Job Worth Doing?: Law and Order
A look at Police Cadets and Legal Executives
Commentary by Paul Vaughan
(Booklet: page 94)
2.30 Science Extra: Physics: Energy Sources
Narrator (A Job Worth Doing?):
Producer (A Job Worth Doing?):
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of antiques with Max Robertson
Customers Joan Sanderson, Michael Bentine
Tony Soper explores a lakeland district in Southern Poland ...and then visits a primeval forest on the Russian border - the only place where wild European Bison roam.
Dr Dennis Lawton, Senior Lecturer in Curriculum Studies at London University, puts the case for a common five-year curriculum for all pupils and argues practicalities with a group of teachers.
(Rpt BBC2, Thurs 6 35 Accompanying sound series R3, Wed. Booklet, 60p: p 94)
by Howard Kennett
with Ted Ray
Introduced by Johnny Morris
The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home - a magazine of stories about animals illustrating their magic.
Look North, South Today, Look East, Midlands Today, Points West and Spotlight South West 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)
Two of the world's greatest laughter-makers.
Ollie is in hospital but a visit from Stan is definitely not what the doctor ordered.
[Starring] Norman Wisdom
with Jerry Desmonde, Maureen Swanson
Norman gets a job as window cleaner on a country estate, unaware that he is the centre of a plot to kidnap the heir to the family fortunes.
(This Week's Films: page 13)
A new comedy series created by Brian Clemens and Richard Waring
Written by Richard Waring
starring John Alderton and Hannah Gordon
With Michael Graham Cox, Grazina Frame, Anne Cunningham
The wedding of two of their old friends brings thoughts of remarriage to George and Suzy.
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods
A documentary series which examines the way that a few unusual men of different nations rose to the challenge of high command in the world's most destructive war.
A commander trained to total obedience whose doubts led him to grapple within his conscience whether to overthrow the Fuehrer. His story is the personal tragedy of a man fighting for a regime which he finally came to realise was bringing his country to catastrophe.
Those taking part, who were close to Rommel, include: his son Manfred Rommel, his aide Hermann Aldinger, General Hans Speidel, Cavalry General Siegfried Westphal, Vice Admiral Friedrich Ruge
Written by Correlli Barnett
'This man keeps Rommel's secrets: see pages 10 and 131
Cavalry General Siegfried
Vice Admiral Friedrich
Quotations from Rommel's writings spoken by:
Frederic Raphael looks at the latest films, including Lady Caroline Lamb written and directed by Robert Bolt and starring Sarah Miles, which has its premiere in London tonight.
The people behind the stories, the people the stories affect and the people with something to say. Ludovic Kennedy presents an informal review of reporting and relevant talk along with Nicholas Harman and Austin Mitchell
Bernard Falk, Vincent Hanna, Max Hastings, David Jessel, Keith Kyle, Tom Mangold and Carmen Thomas are the Midweek correspondents in Britain, Europe, and at large.
A series of interviews with Joan Bakewell talking to people who want us to change our ways.
This week: Archpriest Vladimir Rodzianko who believes Eastern and Western Christians should learn from each other.
'If you really want something genuine, something positive, something transforming in religion it must be of the other world.'