7.5 Human Behaviour
7.30 Solids, Liquids and Gases.
9.38-9.58 Out of the Past: The Fiery Pits: 2: The Geordy Lamp
10.5 Look and Read: Sky Hunter: 4: Are They Crooks?
The children watch brave Mr Trim knock on the door of the crooks' house. Is he in danger? with Geoffrey Bayldon as Mr Trim and Luke Batchelor, Lennox Greaves, Isobil Nisbet, Mike Savage, Jayne Tottman, Donald Waugh
Written by Leonard Kingston
Producer ROGER TONGE
10.30-10.42 Let's Go: Let's Go to the Post Office
Presented by Brian Rix
We see Penny - a mentally-handicapped student - buying stamps, saving ÃÂ£1.00 and drawing Supplementary Benefit. Brian shows how to fill in a Savings Account form.
11.0 Watch: Seeing Things
11.17 Going to Work: Town and Country
11.38 The Craft of the Potter: 3: Decorating
Presented by Michael Casson
Book (same title), ÃÂ£2.75, from bookshops
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing?: Agricultural Services
Three jobs which help farmers keep their farms running smoothly: an agricultural engineering apprentice, a farm secretary and a trainee sales representative. Producer GEOFF WILSON
With Donny MacLeod, David Seymour and Marian Foster, including Medicine Matters with Dr David Delvin
Carmen Munro introduces rhymes and counting games and tells a story about a group of children who all go to a place where there is plenty to do and room to play. The Special Pebble
Illustrated by Joan Hickson
Percussion GREG KNOWLES
Musical director Peter Pettinger
Designer JOHN HOLLAND
Written and directed by CAROLE WARD
With Wendy Padbury and Stephen Leigh.
2.14 Treffpunkt: Deutschland: Schule
2.30 The Plough and the Stars: 3: Tragic Consequences
by Sean O'Casey, starring Siobhan McKenna and T. P. McKenna
With Doreen Keogh, Stephen Rea and Dermot Kelly
A new production in three parts of the story of Dubliners during the Easter Uprising of 1916.
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(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
A programme for children under 5
Story: "Danny's Broken Arm" by Carole Ward
Presenters Carol Leader, Stuart McGugan
Author of story:
The fantastic adventures of one of the world's most famous cartoon characters.
(Black and white).
by Harriet Graham
with Jan Francis
Today: Mrs Crighton
A new animated series of four science-fiction stories.
Three thousand years ago friendly visitors from a distant planet chose three teenagers from different parts of the world and took them into space. There they were given incredible powers before being returned to Earth with a mission - to guard the human race from evil.
with John Coston
Today, in the mountains of Iran, archaeologists are discovering the remains of ancient temples where once the kings of Persia worshipped in front of a sacred fire. Legend has it that it was the priest Zoroaster who first built these fire altars, but no one knows just when he lived or who he was. In today's programme John Coston finds an old temple in a Persian mountain village where a holy fire still burns and people still say the ancient sacred prayers of Zoroaster.
Storyteller Ray Smith.
with Kenneth Kendall; Weatherman
Television's most popular current affairs magazine presented each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY, JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS with contributions from BBC studios throughout the country.
TV's most famous sci-fi series starring William Shatner as Captain Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Mr Spock
This week: Tomorrow is Yesterday A freak of gravity propels the USS Enterprise into the past to become a UFO of the 1960s. Not the least of Captain Kirk's problems is to decide what on earth can be done so that the captured fighter pilot can take his allotted place in history.
by Jon Watkins
Starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
This week June gets a job - and Terry tries to change his image.
Reunion (Part 2)
Gary's homecoming with his wife Val is received with mixed feelings by the Ewing family. His mother is overjoyed; even Jock is pleased. And for Lucy, this longed-for reunion with her parents is a dream come true.
But J.R. is already scheming to prevent this happy state of affairs from continuing for very long ...
J R Ewing:
with Kenneth Kendall; Weather
Where Do We Go From Here?
The television special that won this year's Golden Rose Award at Montreux.
Produced by GEORGE SCHLATTER
Peter Rory O'Neill was born severely disabled. His mother Valerie was just 18, and she had to face up to the fact that Peter would never lead a normal life. Peter's physical handicaps are unusually cruel but there's nothing wrong with his mind, and at 14 he seems to be winning his own brand of independence - he's not afraid of the future. Many of us shy away from disabilities in others; not knowing what to say or how to react. But Peter and his mother handle the problem as if it didn't exist.
Written and narrated by Harold Williamson.
Tonight explains the news and examines the issues from Britain and around the world that are still going to matter tomorrow. Presented by Denis Tuohy and Valerie Singleton
Including News Headlines