9.15 Engineering Craft Studies Control of Corrosion
9.38 History 1917-73 Stalin's Revolution
10.0 Out of the Past
Playing the Fool
10.23 Hwnt ac Yma. Tyllau 2 (Here and There: Holes 2)
11.0 Exploring Science
Structures and Forces
11.23 Words and Pictures
A new series for 6- and 7-year-olds in the beginning stages of reading. Happy Horse
Introduced by HENRY WOOLF
Puppets ALAN PLATT
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
11.40 Biology. The Land Battle
Will future generations condemn us or thank us for what we are doing to the countryside?
Commentary by MICHAEL RODD Producer ANDREW NEAL
12.5 pm Ensemble
A 24-part French course for beginners: programme 14
Radio programmes: Wednesdays at 7.0 pm (R3 medium wave) and Sundays at
3.0 pm (R4 VHF)
including Family Advice with Claire Rayner
2.1 Watch! Penguins
2.18 Scan: Why Peterloo?
Nineteenth-century work, politics and society.
ROSANNE HARVEY investigates With BRIAN GRELLIS as Samuel Bamford
Producer FELICITY KINROSS
2.40 Focus. Venereal Disease
The programme about police affairs including Crime Line, the ' hot line' between Police and the public - [number removed]
Introduced by David Seymour with Mike Dornan
Director KEITH ACKRILL
Editor BRIAN GIBSON. BBC Birmingham
A programme for children under 5 Story: Peter Pig written and illustrated by ALTHEA Presenters:
SARAH LONG , LIONEL MORTON
with Judy Parfitt
Five Children and It by E. NESBIT Wings
Michael Rodd puts the questions to contestants from STROUD and HENBURY. They will be looking at scenes from On The Run, All Creatures Great and Small, and The Donald Duck Story.
Director DES SISSONS
Producer JOHN BUTTERY BBC Manchester
From the book The Diddakoi by RUMER GODDEN
Dramatised by JOHN TULLY in six parts
2: What Shall We Do with Kizzy? Mrs Cuthbert - the village busy-body - reports that Kizzy should be attending school. Kizzy wonders what will happen when she arrives on the first morning.
Film cameraman JOHN TURNER Film sound DAVID JEWIIT Film editor bill WRIGHT Designer MYLES LANG
Producer DOROTHEA BROOKING BBC Birmingham
with Richard Baker
First-the day's news and views throughout Britain from the BBC's regional newsrooms. Then at 6.25*
MICHAEL BARRATT , presenting a special week of programmes from Belfast, co-ordinates the scene Nationwide.
Plus Valerie Singleton and Richard Stilgoe with Consumer Unit.
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Monday)
A film starring
Jack Palance , Joan Fontaine
Corinne Calvet , Robert Douglas
At the airport in Tangier, five people await the arrival of a private plane carrying Kovac, a Prague businessman. Among them are Gil Walker , an American soldier of fortune, and Susan Lane , who has come to Tangier to meet her fiance, the pilot of the plane. The plane arrives - and crashes. Gil and Susan set out to search for its two occupants who have mysteriously disappeared.
Written and directed by CHARLES MARQUIS WARREN Producer NAT HOLT Films: page 8
Dave Allen with DORAN GODWIN , RONNIE BRODY ROBERT EAST, PETER HAWKINS MICHAEL SHARVELL-MARTIN
Script by DAVE ALLEN
AUSTIN STEELE and PETER VINCENT Designer KEITH CHEETHAM Producer PETER WHITMORE
Another Dave Allen at Large next week
with Kenneth Kendall and Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
Introduced by Harry Carpenter International Amateur Boxing England v Scotland from Gloucester
The oldest and most keenly-fought fixture in the amateur boxing calendar is sure to have an extra competitive edge tonight. The leading boxers from North and South of the Border will be fighting not just for victory, but to stake their claims to places in Britain's Olympic team.
England's squad includes three reigning ABA Champions - CHARLIE MAGRI , PAT COWDELL and DAVE OD-WELL- while Scotland has two-MARTIN LAWLESS and CY HARRISON. But last season the Scots won 7-3.
TV presentation by BOB DUNCAN
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS. Editor ALAN HART
In fiction, burglars are romantic figures from Robin Hood and Raffles down. In cartoons, they are almost friendly characters with cap, mask, striped shirt and bag marked ' swag.' The reality is different. Whatever psychological and sociological excuses may be made, to their victim burglars are furtive, mean, callous, sometimes brutal. They take not only property but peace of mind. They leave scars that can take years to heal. The police are now faced with a rising tide of burglaries - one every minute on average. And because of shortage of officers it sometimes appears they can do little more than go through the motions of detection.
Jeremy James talks to the victims, the police and the thieves.
Producer HARRY WEISBLOOM
Introduced by SUE LAWLEY , DENIS TUOHY and DONALD MACCORMICK Reporting on - the events which affect us
- the people who take the decisions -the people affected by them Reporters MICHAEL DELAHAYE VINCENT HANNA , DAVID JESSEL DAVID LOMAX , JULIAN MOUNTER JOHN PITMAN and DAVID TAYLOR