9.38 Out of the Past. Anglo-Saxon England and the Norman Con quest: 1
10.0 Look and Read: Cloudburst
10.25-10.45 20th-century History Make Germany Pay
11.0 Watch. Robinson Crusoe : 2
The ' ghost' of Crusoe is summoned back to the studio, and tells how he built his stockade and caught his first goat.
With LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR , EARL ADAIR Producer JOHN THORNICROFT
11.18 Going to Work
Jobs in Horticulture
11.40 Physical Science: Elements of the Periodic Table
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Supermarket Manager
Running a busy supermarket store is a complex team operation. And every store needs well-trained managers. Narrator PAUL BARNES Producer GEOFF WILSON
The Jubilee Street Playground
Introduced by Bernard Stone. (Rpt)
2.14 Encounter: Germany Meeting Point
2.30 Zigger Zagger by PETER TERSON. Part 2
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
3.53 Regional News (exc London)
With CYRIL LUCKHAM
The Church Cat Abroad
Written and illustrated by GRAHAM OAKLEY
Science teacher JOHN MARTIN finds that his life keeps on changing following a drink from the ' Fountain of Youth.'
Presented by Susan King
A series about horses and ponies, and the people who ride, drive, jump and breed them.
The Ponies of Britain Show at
Peterborough; swimming horses; a riding lesson from top instructor John Pullen ; and a cross-country race to see how wheeled horse-power compares with four-legged horse-power.
Film editor GEORGE AUCKLAND Producer DAVID TURNBULL
Told by MICHAEL FLANDERS
with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman
Television's most popular current affairs magazine programme presented live each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH , SUE
LAWLEY VALERIE SINGLETON , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS with contributions from BBC studios throughout the country. Also from far and near, the programme's team of reporters, LUKE CASEY,
KEVIN COSGROVE , BERNARD FALK ,
DIANE HARRON , JAMES HOGG , PATRICK STEN-SON and MARTIN YOUNG.
starring Donny and Marie who are joined this week by Paul Anka , Paul Lynde and The Osmond Brothers
Created and produced by SID AND MARTY KROFFT Director ART FISHER
The Magnificent Rebel A film in two parts: 1 starring Carl Boehm as Ludwig van Beethoven
1792: Poor but proud and burning with ambition, the young and talented Ludwig arrives in Vienna to study with Haydn. He is invited to play a piano work by Bach at the palace of the influential Prince Lichnowsky but on the spur of the moment he substitutes a composition of his own instead.
A WALT DISNEY production (Part 2: next week)
with his own very individual-style shows, featuring the songs and capturing the magic that have made David a No 1 performer. David's guest Denny Laine with Hot Gossip and The David Essex Band
MIKE THORN , PHIL PALMER
RONNIE LEAHY , MARK GRIFFITHS
BARRY DE SOUZA , ALAN WAKEMAN
Musical director RICHARD NILES Choreography ARLENE PHILLIPS Lighting BILL MILLAR Sound LARRY GOODSON
Designer BRIAN TREGIDDEN Director DAVID G. HILLIER Producer JOHN KING
with Magnus Magnusson
There are two groups from Scotland competing for the Mastermind title. The first of these matches comes from Strathclyde University, in Glasgow. The contenders are:
RAYMOND VICKERS , research student Spanish Anarchist Movement 1908-1975
JONATHAN DALRYMPLE-SMITH , air taxi pilot; History of the Royal Navy 1794-1805
MARIANNE SIMPSON , school secretary The ' Berry ' novels of Dornford Yates
JOHN WIDDOWSON , headmaster
The Operas of Benjamin Britten
Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT
with Angela Rippon ; Weather
starring Dave Allen with SUSIE BAKER
ROBERT EAST, PAUL MCDOWELL
Script by DAVE ALLEN , AUSTIN STEELE and PETER VINCENT
Producer PETER WHITMORE
The search for a safer and effective polio vaccine is one of the most remarkable stories in medical history.
A multi-million dollar peoples' crusade, 'The March of Dimes', raised the money for research. Its inspiration was President Roosevelt, himself a polio victim.
But the pressures on the scientists involved were intense. Massive publicity campaigns promoted polio as a huge and deadly plague, and fired public demand for a rapid break-through. There were tragic consequences on the road to ultimate success.
Dr Jonas Salk and Dr Albert Sabin, developed the vaccines which have made polio almost a thing of the past - few young doctors have ever seen a case. But the story they tell is one of false leads, frustrations and a rivalry which persists to the present day.
Narrator Lyndon Brook
Film editor Tony Tew
Executive producer Karl Sabbagh Written and produced by Christopher Sykes
Explaining the news that will still matter tomorrow - tonight. Introduced by DENIS TUOHY Including News Headlines
Film producer ROGER BOLTON Editor MIKE TOWNSON