9.38-9.58 Out of the Past Charles Dickens
Storyteller Extraordinary - Part 1 Written by MICHAEL MICHAEL HARDWICK AND MOLLIE HARDWICK
10.5 Look and Read Sky Hunter
6: Proof at Last!
Written by LEONARD KINGSTON
Let's Go and Get Ready Presented by BRIAN RIX
Brian introduces film sequences of a mentally-handicapped young man and woman preparing to start the day fresh and clean and in clean clothes.
11.0 Watch. Reflections
LP (REC 314) of music from this series, or cassette (Zcm 314), from record shops
11.17 Going to Work
11.38 Taking Shape
A five-part documentary 1: Who Pays?
12.5 pm A Job Worth Doing? Laboratory Work
Weather JACK SCOTT
with DONNY MACLEOD , DAVID SEYMOUR and MARIAN FOSTER
The live and lively magazine, presenting the personalities and talking points of the day and including Medicine Matters with Dr David Delvin
CARMEN MUNRO introduces rhymes and counting games and tells a story about the children who all go to a place where there is plenty to do and room to play. Dressing Up
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
With Wendy Padbury and Stephen Leigh.
You and Me Book 6. 50p, from bookshops
2.14 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Verbindungen
The Government Inspector Part 1
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
with Rosemary Leach The Worst Witch
Written and illustrated by JILL MURPHY
Today: Mildred's Disgrace
An animated series of four science-fiction stories.
Selected from an earlier age and given incredible powers, three teenagers return to Earth in their spaceship headquarters with a mission - to guard the human race from evil.
with Roy Castle and Norris McWhirter explores the first - fastest - highest - heaviest - strongest - smallest - laziest anything or anyone with a place in the record books.
In New Zealand, ROY meets world mile record-holder John Walker.
The studio audience tests NORRIS'S record memory and meets a man who spent seven weeks playing the piano.
Designer CHRIS HULL
Producer ALAN RUSSELL
with Richard Baker
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. Also, from far and near, the programme's team of reporters LUKE CASEY , BERNARD CLARK , KEVIN COSGROVE , TONY FRANCIS , DIANE HARRON , JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT, NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and MARTIN YOUNG bring you films and features that reflect the way life is Nationwide.
The third of six of his own very individual-style shows, featuring the songs and capturing the magic that have made David a No 1 performer. David's guests Real Thing 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 Director DAVID G. HILLIER
Producer JOHN KING
James Burke follows another detective story through the past, looking for the clues that lead to one of the modern world's most indispensable inventions.
This week he asks: ' What's the connection between the Battle of Hastings and the muck that the Chinese found in pigsties, or between the invention of the barometer and the pleasures of the Electrico-Celestial Bed - and how does the result of those connections help prevent World War III?'
Film editor JIM LATHAM Photography
DAVID FE1G, TONY PlERCE-ROBERTS Produced by MICK JACKSON and DAVID KENNAND
Marc's cartoon: page 94
Black Market Baby
Sue Ellen is so desperate to present Jock Ewing with his first grandchild that she secretly decides to adopt a baby. But then her real problems begin ...
Directed by LAWRENCE DIOBKIN
J R Ewing:
Barbara Bel Geddes:
Sue Ellen Ewing:
with Richard Baker and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather
by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Three a.m. A crash of breaking glass ... the slow creak of a door opening ... is it a burglar? Raymond Collis finds out the hard way.
Presented by DENIS TUOHY and VALERIE SINGLETON
Including News Headlines
A series of ten programmes 5: From Rebellion to War
In the late 30s, the British vigorously suppressed an Arab revolt. But as the war in Europe loomed, it seemed necessary to make concessions to the Arabs. Zionism no longer served British interests.
Director CAROLINE PICK
Written and produced by ROGER OWEN