7.5 Mechanics - Fields
7.30 Telecommunication Systems
9.38 Out of the Past Highways of Water
10.0 Merry-go-Round: Full Circle
Last of three sex education programmes for 8- and 9-year-olds in schools. This programme deals with conception, the sexual differences between male and female bodies and the function of the sex organs. It also deals with the care of babies by their mothers.
Introduced by RICHARD CARPENTER With MELISSA DOCKER Producer CLAIRE CHOVIL
10.25-10.45 History 1917-73
China: from war to revolution .
11.0 Watch! The Sea
The Ballad of King Canute
Presented by JEAN ROGERS and KEN BINGE, with KEN PARRY and JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer TOM STANIER
11.18 Going to Work
Baking and Confectionery
With Neil Fitzwiliam and Peter Lorenzelli.
2.15 Television Club: Roy and the Danelli Job. Follow Him .
2.40 Music Time: Programme 24
and the Singer
A Czechoslovak cartoon
with Jack Watson * Cart and Cwidder by DIANA WYNNE-JONES
Today: Lenina's Choice
Introduced by Johnny Morris
JOHNNY takes a special look at Bristol Zoo's New Ape House with GEOFFREY GREED and the orangs, chimps and gorillas.
Producer GEORGE INGER. BBC Bristol
A series of six programmes by BOB BLOCK
Fred Mumford , Hubert Davenport and Timothy Claypole are from different centuries but they all have something in common - they are ghosts! The trio return in a new series to a new office and a new commercial venture as private detectives. But Mr Mumford 's idea of putting a tail on the suspect is very different from Mr Claypole 's!
Designer MOIRA TAIT
Producer JEREMY SWAN
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
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)
An adventure serial in six parts by Pip and JANE BAKER
2: Auld demands a letter from Gerry and meets with a refusal, but Gerry's Achilles Heel has already been revealed - his family.
Producer bill SELLARS
Director WILLIAM SLATER
The Russian Athlete
In 1952, just 24 years ago, the USSR competed in the Olympic Games for the first time. Russia, as a State, had last appeared at the Games in 1912. In the following six Olympiads the Soviet Union have won over 500 medals.
ALEXANDER ANUFRIYEV , who WOn a bronze in the 10,000 metres at Helsinki in 1952 was their first athlete to win an Olympic medal, but since then we have seen a glittering avalanche of gold, silver and bronze from such greats as VLADIMIR KUTS, their middle-distance star, VIKTOR SANEYEV , the best triple-jumper ever, high jumper VALERY BRUMEL , VLADIMIR GOLUBNICHY , who won two gold, one silver and one bronze in four Olympiads in the 20k Walk, and VALERY BORZOV , the double sprint champion in Munich, who will again be a favourite in Montreal.
Written and produced by BUD GREENSPAN CAPPY PRODUCTIONS INC (New York) and 20TH CENTURY-FOX TELEVISION
A series of 13 programmes 7: Concert by SUSAN PLEAT starring
Clare Clifford , Julie Dawn Cole with Paul Jesson , Colin Higgins
Shirley reluctantly leaves her work on the geriatric ward for an evening with Roland. She never felt sure about it; she was right.
Designer DAVID CROZIER
Adviser SAGA TYNDALE, SRN, HV Script editor PAULA MILNE Producer RON CRADDOCK Director DEREK MARTINUS
Book (same title), based on the original series, 50p, from bookshops. Theme music No BEEB 014, 64p, from record shops
with Peter Woods ; Weather
Written by PETER TINNISWOOD A series of six programmes
5: You Should See Me Now
A marriage is arranged and housing plans are altered. with VANDA GODSELL as Mrs Partington BERT PALMER as Uncle
Stavely SHEILA RAYNOR as Mrs Macclesfield PATTI DALTON as the Barmaid BRIAN GODFREY as the Young Man
JOHN DUNN as the Radio Announcer
MUSIC RONNIE HA7.LEHURST Designer PAUL ALLEN
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
The BBC1 Documentary
A return visit to see how two new countries are making out.
Richard West , author and journalist, goes back to a corner of the Third World to find out how two former colonies-one French, one British - are facing the challenge of independence.
The five million people who live in SENEGAL and THE GAMBIA are close to each other in race and way of life. Yet the cultural and economic heritage bequeathed them by their former rulers makes the Senegalese a very French African, while his cousin along the banks of the Gambia River remains unmistakably British.
Photography PHILIP BONHAM-CARTER Sound ROGER TURNER
Film editor DON FAIRSERVICE
Producer ANTHONY DE LOTBINIERE
DENIS TUOHY and DONALD MACCOR -MICK talk to interesting people about their lives and experiences and look at the events of the day. With JOHN PITMAN , DAVID LOMAX PHILIP TIBENHAM , DAVID JESSEL DAVID TAYLOR , VINCENT HANNA
JULIAN MOUNTER , MICHAEL DELAHAYE
Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
Five programmes in which leading potters show their techniques and share their ideas, with a look at ceramics past and present.
Presented by MICHAEL CASSON 1: Clay and hand-building
What is clay and how do you prepare it? Potter MARY ROGERS shows how she makes pinch, coil and slad pots, and we look at some ancient pre-Columbian hand-built pottery.
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES Director ANNA JACKSON