9.38 Mathshow: Spot Check
Including 'The dot and the line'
10.0 Look and Read - Joe and the Sheep Rustlers: Castle Farm
10.25-10.45 Science All Around: Friction
11.0 Watch!: Snow and Ice
11.18 Going to Work: I Don't Understand!
11.40 Europe from the Air: Lights in the Darkness: Part 1
A look at Kiruna and the Ounas Valley, two centres of settlement in the Scandinavian Arctic.
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing?: 1: Bridging the Gap
Sixteen-year-old school-leavers cannot always start the job of their choice straight away. This film looks at some possible ways of bridging that gap.
Narrator (Europe from the Air):
Producer (Europe from the Air):
Narrator (A Job Worth Doing):
Producer (A Job Worth Doing):
A series of five programmes by Bob Block
Mumford and his fellow ghosts set out to exorcise a ghost which has been terrorising London's Heathrow Airport.
Today's news and views in your corner of England presented by the BBC's regional newsrooms. Then at 6.25 Michael Barratt, Frank Bough, Bob Wellings and Dilys Morgan take a look at the scene Nationwide.
(Regional details as Monday)
A comedy series by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
Mr Lucas needs the day off to keep a date with a girl friend.
Young Mr Grace:
The solve-it-yourself mystery series in the company of Jim Hutton as Ellery Queen and Police Inspector Richard Queen of the New York Homicide Bureau in the late 40s with guest stars Dina Merrill, Ken Swofford
Newspaper tycoon Henry Manners enters his private lift alone to travel non-stop to his office on the twelfth floor. When the lift arrives Manners is still alone - but he has been murdered.
Richard Queen (his father):
Miss Harriet Manners:
by Michael J. Bird
starring Bryan Marshall David Savile with Andrew Burt, Matthew Long
Nelson is said to have turned a blind eye, but can Glenn afford to do so when HMS Hero intercepts a suspect motor-launch?
1: No open fires.
2: No music after 11.0 pm.
3: Positively no drains to be dug around any tent.
4: No crockery or cooking utensils to be washed up in toilet block.
5: These rules are imposed for the benefit and enjoyment of all during their holiday.
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