6.40 Baroque Stringed Instruments
7.5 Social Psychology Laboratory
7.30 The Interatomic Forces
9.38 Out of the Past The Fiery Pits
2: The Geordy Lamp
Written by IAN TAYLOR
10.0 Look and Read The King's Dragon
10.25-10.45 20th-century History India - the brightest jewel
Wheels: part 2
LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and JAMES EARL ADAIR tell the tale of how the first wheel was invented. Story by JOHN RYAN
Producer JOHN THORNICROFT
11.18 Going to Work
11.40 Physical Science Free Fall
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Getting Ahead
Weather BILL GILES
with DONNY MACLEOD , DAVID SEYMOUR MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMING including
Barbara Nissman and Friends
Editor TERRY DOBSON
With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Play words with Bubble, Humbug and the Spoons.
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
Today's Number: 5
with Kim Goody and Malcolm McFee.
You and Me Book 10 50p, from bookshops
2.14-2.30 Corners of France On the Road
2.40 TV Club
Fun and Games
TED MOULT visits a most unusual football match and DAVID FREELAND goes to a sports centre to find good and bad points about sport. Producer morion SURGUY
The National Hunt Festival
3.5 The National Hunt Two-Mile Champion Steeplechase Challenge Trophy
The main race on the opening afternoon of this three-day festival worth at least £ 11,000 to the winner.
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
Story: The Emperor's New Clothes by HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN Presenters
Evelyn Skinner , Don Spencer
IShown on BBC2 at 11.0 am)
with Bonnie Hurren
Daylight Robbery by JAY WILLIAMS Today: Becoming a Detective
Big Little Pete by JOHN TULLY
Little Pete is ashamed of his small size and lack of strength. He is tempted to take a ' 'strong-man' medicine sold on the pier by a quack professor. The results are, in some ways, disastrous ...
Designer HUMPHREY JAEGER
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director DOROTHEA BROOKING
Tony Hart brings magic and originality to making pictures 'helped' by a self-propelled lump of clay called Morph. Your paintings are displayed in the Gallery.
(If you're aged 15 or under, Take Hart, BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT is the address to send paintings for the Gallery. There's a prize for any that are shown, as long as you put your name, age and address, but we're sorry we can't promise to return any.)
with Angela Rippon Weatherman
Television's most popular current affairs magazine programme presented live each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH
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 STENSON and MARTIN YOUNG bring you films and features that reflect the way life is Nationwide.
Editor JOHN GAU
Solo musicians under 19 years old from all over the British Isles compete for the title, trophy and prizes. There are four classes: Piano, Strings, Woodwind and Brass.
Tonight, the focus is on the Midlands and East Anglia regional final, introduced from Birmingham by Marian Foster. We feature the Woodwind class, all girls; and we also see part of the winning performances by two young men: a pianist and a violinist. Series introduced by Humphrey Burton
Executive producer WALTER TODDS Producer IAN CARSON Director RON ISTED BBC Birmingham
James Garner in Sticks and Stones May Break Your Bones but Waterbury will Bury You
One by one a procession of fellow private investigators beat a path to Rockford's caravan and complain of losing their licences to practise in seemingly unconnected circumstances. Jim opines they have been framed and proceeds to discover the surprising reason why.
Vern St Cloud:
Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds. (By arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph ). Leonard Sachs introduces
Ken Dodd , Kenneth McKellar Jan Hunt , Francis Van Dyke Soo-Bee Lee , Pat Mooney Bartschelly
Members of the Players' Theatre, London:
JENNY WREN , DUDLEY STEVENS JENNY TILL, NORMAN WARWICK
DIANE JANE ARGYLE, DERYK PARKIN PENNY RIGDEN, CHRISTOPHER WREN
Choreography DOREEN HERMITAGE
Musical director BERNARD HERRMANN
Producer BARNEY COLEHAN. BBCManchester
with Angela Rippon ; Weather
A play with music in six parts by DENNIS POTTER with Bob Hoskins
Gemma Craven, Cheryl Campbell
Part 2: The Sweetest Thing, with Kenneth Colley and Freddie Jones.
As Eileen is telling her school-children their favourite fairy story, song salesman Arthur, Prince Charming in the tale, is coming back to make her his Princess. He finds her in a magical forest. His wife Joan wonders if she has left him for good and the mysterious Accordion Player still haunts the story.
CHILDREN FROM THE FOREST OF DEAN
Choreography TUDOR DAVIES
Film photography KEN WESTBURY
Film sound MERVYN BROADWAY
Film editor DAVID MARTIN
Designer TIM HARVEY
Produced by KENITH TRODD
Directed by PIERS HAGGARD
RON CLARK , New Technical Director of Glynwed, among his many concerns is revitalising the Coalbrookdale Iron Foundry where the world's first iron bridge was cast.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer MICHAEL GARROD