9.38 Mathshow: Cover-up Story
A thoroughly superficial programme - literally. with JACQUELINE CLARKE , TONY HUGHES and CHARLES COLLINGWOOD Producer DAVID TAFT
10.0 Look and Read Joe and the Sheep Rustlers Never Say Die
10.25-10.45 Science All Around Bottles
What's in an empty bottle? How do diving bells work? Why do the latest milk bottles have a new shape?
Introduced by FERGUS O'KELLY Producer MICHAEL COYLE
11.0 Watch! Messages
11.18 Going to Work: People Matter A look at young workers' problems of getting on with people of different ages and backgrounds. Narrator JOHN DUNN Producer ROY THOMPSON
11.40 Europe from the Air: Clusters This programme explores the reasons behind three large centres of population - Rotterdam, the Ruhr and Frankfurt.
Narrated by PAUL VAUGHAN Producer LEN BROWN
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Law and Order
Introduced by David Coleman featuring
Men's Giant Slalom
This morning's second and final run at Lizum to decide the medal positions.
Commentator RON PICKERING
DAVID VINE and TONY GUBBA report on this morning's other competitions in Innsbruck, including the opening runs of' the two-man toboggan, and speed skating.
Produced by MARTIN HOPKINS
Editors ALAN HART and JONATHAN MARTIN
A weighing-machine springs surprises on some railway travellers, all of whom are Pat and Sylveste.
Tony hangs up some paper birds and the Prof adds a little weight of his own.
Tony Hart , Pat Keysell Sylveste McCoy and THE PROF
Director CLIVE DOIG
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
The address to send paintings to: Vision On, BBCtv, London, W12 8QT.
Unfortunately we can't return any. but a prize is given for each one shown. Preview: page 11
Today's news and views in your corner of England presented by the BBC's regional newsrooms. Then at 6.22* Michael Barratt Frank Bough , Bob Wellings and Dilys Morgan take a look at the scene Nationwide.
Editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Monday)
Today's outstanding action from the Winter Olympic Games in Innsbruck.
Introduced by David Coleman Men's Giant Slalom
RON PICKERING reports on today's medal-winning runs. Two-man
Toboggan TONY GUBBA reports on today's opening runs at Igls. Ice Hockey
ALAN WEEKS reports on one of today's top matches. Speed Skating
DAVID viNE reports as the fastest skaters in the world compete in the men's 500 metres.
And the rest of today's highlights from the XII Winter Games.
Producer BRIAN VENNER
Editors ALAN HART and JONATHAN MARTIN
The solve-it-yourself mystery series in the company of Police Inspector Richard Queen of the New York Homicide Bureau in the late 40s
Guest stars Geraldine Brooks
Katherine Crawford , Orson Bean
The Adventure of the Chinese Dog
Ellery Queen, and:
Bryan Marshall , David Savile with Andrew Burt
Bob Mason , James Leith Rough Run Home by JEREMY BURNHAM
A boffin with bright ideas, a pilot with problems, and a trial for HMS Hero.
Script editor IAN MACKINTOSH Designer PAUL MUNTING Producer JOE WATERS Director PHILIP DUDLEY
The Happy Hunting Ground by TOM HADAWAY
BROWN: It's a great thing -youth and strength.
JENNY: A man needs other qualities, though.
BROWN: Such as? JENNY: Integrity.
BROWN: Can you load a ten-ton lorry with that?
The fish quay is a happy hunting ground for an ambitious young rogue like Bob, who has an eye on the boss's business-and all that goes with it.
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY film editor ANGUS NEWTON Designer TONY THORPE
Script editor ALAN SEYMOUR Producer ANNE HEAD
Director BRIAN PARKER
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A programme in which Sue Lawley and Denis Tuohy talk to interesting people about themselves and their lives, and look at events of the day which affect us, with Donald MacCormick and reporters JOHN PITMAN , DAVID LOMAX
PHILIP TIBENHAM , DAVID JESSEL DAVID TAYLOR , VINCENT HANNA
JULIAN MOUNTER , MICHAEL DELAHAYE
Editor MICHAEL BUNCK
DAVID VINE continues a series about ten popular sports rarely seen on television. 5: Archery with ROY and RACHEL FENWICK and other members of the Grand National Archery Society.
Director JOHN RICKWORD Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
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