9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 1: Solid Shapes
10.0 History 1917-71: Mao's China
10.25-10.40 Tout Compris: 5: A la peche. A l'unisson. A la fete du 14 juillet
11.0 Watch!: Water Birds
Presented by Andrew Bradford
11.18 Going to Work: Building for Us
A report from the Welsh League of Youth National Eisteddfod.
with Bob Langley
Keep Fit with Eileen Fowler
Weatherman Bert Foord
with Rick Jones
Story and design:
Story and design:
A Hot Buffet 12: Hot Páté Garlic Bread
Chicken Portions with Devilled Sauce and Curry Director MARY EVANS
Producer BETTY WHITE
Book 12p: see page 62
Presented by Anne Gale and David Freeland
with Junior Campbell
A series of ten programmes about the structure of animals 10: Designed for Flight
Tony Soper looks at how birds are designed for flying.
Director GEORGE INGER
Producer JOHN SPARKS (from Bristol) t Book £2.30: see page 62
with Percy Thrower from 'The Magnolias', Shropshire Roses, seasonal care of flowering shrubs and sowing seeds of calceolarias and cinerarias.
(From Birmingham: first shown on BBC2)
starring Dan Dailey as State Governor
Drinkwater Julie Sommars as his daughter, J.J. Come Fly Without Me
George is terrified of air travel at the best of times. But his courage is really put to the test when he has to fly out to a remote farming community.
by Aisha Akbar
with Pik-Sen Lim
In this week's programme Johnny Morris looks at the Sudan - its domestic and wild animals.
The name of the country is about the only thing the average person is familiar with, and this is due almost entirely to one episode in its history-'Gordon of Khartoum.'
The Sudan is the largest country in Africa; temperatures vary from hot to very hot! But the surprising fact is that the variety of animals found in the wildlife reserves are as wide-ranging as those' in the better-known reserves of East Africa.
with Richard Whitmore; Weather
News and views in your region (including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
(Regional details as Monday)
Tonight's comedy film stars
Jerry Lewis with Sebastian Cabot Donna Butterworth
A nine-year-old orphaned heiress has to decide which of her uncles she wants to be her guardian.
Producer and director JERRY LEWIS This Week's Films: page 9
' Bugs Peyton:
Another chance to see the best of this comedy series
Beryl is depressed - until a mysterious Valentine arrives.
Script CARLA LANE
Script editor JOHN CHAPMAN Design PETER BRACHACKI
Producer SYDNEY LOTTERBY ‡
with Robert Dougall and Richard Whitmore; Weather
A documentary portrait of one of Belfast's 300 firemen.
For five years Leading Fireman Dynes and the Brigade have carried out their duties in a city at war. This film was shot during a fairly quiet week - by Belfast standards.
Brian Dynes, married with four children, lives in a small Protestant enclave in the Catholic Ardoyne. Even when he is at home, the shooting in the adjoining streets is a reminder that at no time can he or his family feel truly safe.
When he is at the Fire Station, Brian Dynes faces unprecedented dangers. As an everyday event he may have to cope with booby traps and explosions, with physical threats from capricious mobs, and from crossfire between terrorists and the Army.
It is a job in which, as Dynes says, 'humanity rises above religion or creed or class.'
Sometimes I feel less sale at home: p 15
on behalf of the Labour Party
(Also on BBC2)
Barry Norman looks at the new films, including Billy Wilder's Avanti starring Jack Lemmon, and Steelyard Blues starring Jane Fonda.
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy including Phone-In
Viewers put their questions to people in the studio. The subject will be announced in the course of the evening.
The number to call: [number removed] (40 lines) after 9.0 tonight.