Patterns Hold the Key
Computers Need People . t Repeat)
10.25 Near and Far Life Must Go On
In this, the second of two programmes about earthquakes and volcanoes, we look at some of the ways in which people respond and adapt to what are sometimes catastrophic events.
Presented by MARY DOWNING Producer robin GWYN
10.45 Other People's Children
A series of 19 programmes for childminders. 3: Parents!
MAVIS NICHOLSON investigates.
11.0-11.20 Scene Young Marriage
A film about teenage marriage and how it worked out for three couples.
11.30 Hyn o Fyd Byd Natur
Ymosod ac Amddiffyn
Cyflwynydd EMLYN DAVIES Cynhyrchydd R. bilwyn JONES
11.55 Focus on Adolescence 3: Point of No Return? by GEOFFREY CASE
A lively look at words and letters With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
Script BARRY TOOK
Adviser Catherine moorhousi Director BARBARA dcrkow
Producer david har(ireaves
with DONNY MACLEOD , DAVID SEYMOUR
MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMING including Movie Milestones with Clyde Jeavons from the National Film Archive
Editor TERRY DOBSON
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
Today's letter: I
Introduced by Christopher Neil.
Keep Up with the Times
An eight-part cartoon series on multiplication
3: Four times
2.45 Corners of France Village Life
A programme for children under 5
Winnie, the good-hearted witch, flies on her broomstick and uses her magic powers to help make everyone happy.
with Jan Francis Shiva's Pearls by HARRIET GRAHAM
Today: Ottalie Disappears
The ever-hungry hound joins Mystery Incorporated on the trail of ghosts and ghoulies.
with John Noakes Peter Purves and Lesley Judd
Assistant editor JOHN ADCOCK Editor BIDDY BAXTER
with Angela Rippon Weatherman
Valerie Singleton , James Hogg and Bernard Clarke with more reports and interviews from the BBC Studios in Leeds.
takes its regular journey into the future, reporting the inventions and discoveries which will change our lives for better or worse.
William Woollard , Michael Redd Anna Ford and Judith Hann report on the achievements, and occasional failures, of the scientists and technologists who are shaping our futures.
Producers ANDREW Wiseman , robin bootle Assistant editor ALAN DOBSON Editor MICHAEL BLAKSTAD
Tomorrow's World 3, 93.50, from book-shop*
Introduced by Kid Jensen.
Legs & Co, Top of the Pops Orchestra
Top of the Pops
by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Starring Richard Briers, Felicity Kendal and Penelope Keith
with Paul Eddington
and featuring Robert Gillespie
The Goods' Garden is now well under way. and Tom is managing to barter reasonably successfully. When Margo finds out that Tom and Barbara want to keep pigs. she enlists the help of the local residents' association.
A series in 13 episodes
Nicholas Jones , Michael Cochrane in 4: Transfer by JULIAN BOND with David Troughton
The punishment for cowardice is death. Captain Triggers is forced to act when one of his pilots loses his nerve.
Theme music composed by ALEXANDER FARIS
Series created by BARRY THOMAS Designer GLORIA CLAYTON Producer PETER CREGEEN Director JOHN SICHEL
Book (same title), E3.00, from bookshops
Lt Richard Bravington:
Lt Charles Gaylion:
Lt Michael Starling:
Hon Evelyn Gaylion:
Major General Gaylion:
Secretary of State:
with Angela Rippon ; Weather
starring William Conrad in Cry Wolf
A hit-and-run accident lands Benjie in trouble. When a kidnapping demand note lands on his affluent grandfather's desk, Cannon soon begins to wonder whether it is a genuine cry for help or just another 'cry wolf.
Voices of Children Profile of a Dancer
Christopher Bruce (right), winner of the first Evening Standard dance award, one of the great English modern dancers, and probably the best English choreographer of his generation. Now Associate Director of the Ballet Rambert, at just over 30 years old, he's creator of almost 15 ballets ...
This film shows him as dancer and choreographer: on tour with the Company in North Wales, at work in their London studios, at home with his wife and family-three children, one of them adopted.
For Bruce is a family man: his ballets are to do with the day-today relationships of people-he ' wants to be a person on stage, to make ballets for people, not princes in fairy stories': so throughout the film runs a complete performance of one of his best-loved works Ancient Voices of Children - based on the games and loves and quarrels of children. Also in the programme: excerpts from Pierrot Lunaire, the role that made him famous, and Bruce's own ballets, For These Who Die as Cattle, Black Angels, Girl with Straw Hat and Cruel Garden, a brilliant full-length work on the poet Lorca.
Taking part: Dame MarieRambert Norman Morrice , John Chesworth Glen Tetley , choreographer of Pierrot Lunaire and dancers of the Ballet Rambert:
CATHERINE BECQUE , LUCY BURGE
DEREK HART. ZOLTAN IMRE
DANIELA LORETZ , SALLY OWEN
BOB SMITH , LEIGH WARREN MARK WRAITH
Stage designer of Ancient Voice* NADINE BAYLIS
Stage lighting JOHN B. rear MUSiC GEORGE CRUMB
Performed by SALLY BURGESS , ROGER GEFFEN and members or the MERCURY ENSEMBLE conducted by ADAM GATEHOUSE Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Film editor JOHN NEEDHAM
Executive producer BARRIE GAVIN Directed by COLIN NEARS Preview: page 15
Dame Marierambert Norman
Introduced by denis TUOHY
With the Robin Day interview Including News Headlines