9.38 Maths Today: Year 2: Paths in space
10.0-10.20 Science All Around: Water: 1
11.0 Watch!: Pond Creatures
A water spider spins its web. A nymph changes into an adult dragonfly. Making a model dragonfly. Jeremy Fisher's dance from The Tales of Beatrix Potter
Presented by Andrew Bradford
11.18 Going to Work: Hospital Work
Coverage up to the lunch interval from Trent Bridge
Introduced by Peter West
with Rick Jones
Story and design:
Story and design:
One child in 100 is born mentally handicapped. Anne Gale and David Freeland find out how they can be helped.
Further coverage of the final day's play direct from Trent Bridge
Story: "Sssh!" by Jean Watson
(Shown at 11.0 am on BBC2)
Marco becomes an ambassador of the Great Khan of China and visits unknown lands in quest of marvels to take back to Peking.
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
A series about the pioneer days of the American railway
with Richard Baker
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)
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse
Starring Ernest Borgnine, Joe Flynn, Tim Conway
The crew of PT 73 in the South Pacific do things the 'McHale' way first and the Navy way second - which brings Quinton McHale into conflict with his captain.
Henri Le Clerc:
Chief of Police:
Starring Polly James as Beryl and Nerys Hughes as Sandra
Sandra goes on a diet to enter a Miss Hot Pants competition.
with Robert Dougall and Richard Whitmore
The first of three programmes on one of the most urgent problems of this half century.
Do you run a car? Do you heat your home with oil or gas? Do you travel by air on business or on holiday? If you do, your life style may be radically altered in a few years' time. World supplies of oil and gas are running out.
The crunch won't happen suddenly - it's a gradual process. It is already beginning in America and it will hit us soon, in spite of the North Sea discoveries. It may only be seven years away. By 1980, the motor manufacturers plan to have more cars on the road than oil companies plan to provide with petrol. Altogether, methods of propulsion are severely limited and the trouble doesn't end there as oil and gas provide an increasing proportion of our electricity. The shortages will affect everything from domestic cookers to coal mines.
On a global scale, the energy crunch may well disrupt world politics as phenomenal financial power flows into a few Arab hands. The end of the oil age begins now, as the oil industry nears the bottom of its particular barrel.
Are we running out of steam... p 11. The Nuclear Dilemma
Barry Norman reviews the new films, including The Other, a supernatural thriller, directed by Robert Mulligan and The Day of the Jackal, Fred Zinneman's film of the best selling novel by Frederick Forsyth. Also a look at the science fiction season at the NFT.
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy including Phone-In
In which 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.