9.38 Out of the Past Any Old Iron
10.0 Colour The Electric Company Programme 3: A new reading series from the Children's Television Workshop, New York Director ANDREW FERGUSON
Presented for the BBC by RONALD SMEDLEY
10.25-10.45 History 1917-73 Crisis in Asia
11.0 Colour Watch!: Foo the Potter Making musical instruments with earthenware and plastic flower-pots. Story: Foo the Potter Presented by JEAN ROGERS and KEN BINGE
Puppets by ALAN PLATT
Animation by BURA and HARDWICK Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
11.18 Colour Going to Work Working Mums
Can a young mother do a full-time job and look after a family? A new play for discussion by MARIANNE COOK
Producer GEOFF WILSON
Series editor PAUL MITCHELL
11.40 Colour Quatre Coins de la France: La vie a la Mer
BOB LANGLEY, MARIAN FOSTER , DAVID SEYMOUR and DONNY MACLEOD including Collector's Corner with Arthur Negus
What is the Moon made of? $
How Boris and Christopher defeated the bear
2.2 Music Time: Programme 22
2.25 Colour Television Club
Lost Underground by JOHN TULLy Brian and Lofty are exploring an old lead mine when disaster strikes.
Producer DOROTHEA BROOKING
A programme for children under 5
Another hilarious adventure of Huck and his quest for the peaceful life.
A series of cartoons about two zany mice, Pixie and Dixie, and their ever-present foe, Jinks the Cat
with Kate Binchy
In a Blue Velvet Dress by CATHERINE SEFTON
Today: The mystery of the Victorian books
A thrilling series of adventures starring Professor John Butler and his family who are stranded in a tropical jungle. SOS
The Butler family see a way to get out of the valley at last.
A weekly series introduced by Johnny Morris
The World of Animals
A magazine of stories about animals and the people involved with them - in the wild, in the zoo, or at home.
This week Johnny introduces ' James ' - a three-year-old orang-utan from Bristol Zoo.
Director ROBIN HELLIER
Producer GEORGE INGER (Bristol)
English version written and told by Eric Thompson.
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West News, interviews and analysis from your region tonight, including local weather; with Michael Barratt , Frank Bough Bob Wfllings , Brian Widlake Sue Lawley and Susanne Hall and Consumer Unit, your weekly guide to consumer problems and how to avoid them. Presented by Valerie Singleton and Richard Stilgoe
Editor STUART WILKINSON
(Regional details as Monday)
Today: School Mom
Much to Laura and Mary's delight, Ma takes over as schoolteacher and is a big hit at first, but then come the problems.
Lindsay Sidney Green
Seven samples of Italian life in seven different places. 6: Devil's Cauldron
Steam and sulphurous fumes thrust up from" the volcanic layer below making the landscape around Larderello in Tuscany a strange, even sinister one. But it also provides an important source of electricity for the industry of the area. Not that it has much effect on the stark life of Salvatore Masuli who grazes his sheep here during the summer and then as winter draws in moves off down the valley to join his family. Narrator ERIC THOMPSON
Producer MICHAEL CROUCHER
Written and directed by COLIN THOMAS (Bristol)
starring James Garner as Jim Rockford, an amiable private eye with a nose for trouble and a talent for solving cases the police have marked ' closed Tonight: The Dexter Crisis
Rockford finds himself saddled with a self-appointed girl assistant in his search for a missing undergraduate.
on behalf of the Labour Party
(Also on BBC2)
with Richard Baker and Richard Whitmore Weather
Tuesday's Documentary Life in Greece under the Dictatorship 1967-1974
Written and narrated by PETER LEVI
This programme, filmed only weeks after the fall of the Colonels, investigates what it was like to live in Greece during those seven years. What sort of resistance was possible? And how were people able to express their feelings against the regime?
The film includes remarkable documentary footage of the Poly-technic siege of November 1973 and describes an attempt by the resistance movement in Crete to stage a spectacular show of force against the Colonels. put above all it listens to ordinary people describing their own experiences of those seven years - seven long years which will never be forgotten.
Photography TONY PIERCE-ROBERTS Film editor HOWARD BILLINGHAM Producer MISCHA SCORER A poet cornered: page 3
In 1918 the Royal Flying Corps, soon to become the RAF, was fighting in France. Three young men in 12th Squadron went different ways after their demob. One went into the entertainment world, the second into shipping, and the third into politics. They are:
Sir Ralph Metcalfe
Lord Rhodes of Saddlcworth In the chair Brian Redhead
Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer HAZEL LEWTHWAITE
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy
Editor. JOHN GAU