6.40 Cognitive Potential. 7.5 Kant and Causality. 7.30 Systems Engineering.
9.10 Heute Direkt
Presented by CORINNA SCHNABEL
9.38-9.58 Mathshow. Full Up
11.0 Watch. Oak Apple Day
11.17 Going to Work
Away from it All
11.40 Japan: The Crowded Islands Too Far, Too Fast?
Do the Japanese see a limit to their devotion to economic growth? Does anybody ever shout 'Enough is enough'?
Commentary DENIS TUOHY Producer LEN BROWN
2.14 Encounter: France 5: Spare Time
It's all Right: 5
2.40 Television Club
A Place Like Home: Tommy
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
3.53 Regional News (exc London)
with Johnny Morris
What does the puma have in common with an Abyssinian, an Havana, a Persian and your pet cat?
Which American butterfly can fly the mighty Atlantic Ocean to land in this country?
What do you do with the squirrel star of a television programme when he grows up and begins to chew the house to pieces?
JOHNNY MORRIS and STEPHEN SUT-TON have the answers.
Producer GEORGE INGER. BBC Bristol
Tarzan is puzzled when his animal friends behave strangely towards him. (Repeat)
Michael Aspel introduces your requests from recent BBC television programmes.
With him in the studio this week: Andrew Sachs alias Manuel, that hapless waiter of Fawlty Towers.
Producer PHILIP CIIILVERS
Send your requests to: Ask Aspel, BBC Television, London [Postcode removed]
by MICHAEL BOND
A Visit to the Hospital
Narrated by MICHAEL HORDERN
Music by HERBERT CHAPPELL
Animated and directed by IVOR wood
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
Television's most popular current affairs magazine, presented each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS with contributions from BBC studios throughout the country. 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 GLYN WORSNIP , bring you films and features that reflect the way life is Nationwide.
A miscellany of stories, personalities and songs surrounding the world's most famous horse race, which tomorrow celebrates its 200th anniversary.
With contributions from
LORD DERBY, SIR GORDON RICHARDS , SIR NOEL MURLESS , VINCENT O'BRIEN and LESTER PIGGOTT who tomorrow at Epsom will be attempting to win a record ninth Derby.
Julian Wilson tells the story with music-hall songs and ditties from Roy Hudd
Producer JEFF GODDARD
(Grandstand features The 200th Derby Stakes: tomorrow at 3.0 pm)
The saga of a land and its people in 12 parts from the epic novel by JAMES A. MICHENER.
3: The Wagon and the Elephant
A young Mennonite, Levi Zendt , flees from the false accusations of his pious Pennsylvanian community and treks west to find a new life in which his destiny becomes involved through tragedy with that of McKeag and the Pasquinel family.
Written by CHARLES LARSON , JERRY ZIEGMAN Directed by PAUL KRASNY
Produced by MACK HARDING , JOHN WILDER Review: page 82
for the European Assembly by the Conservative Party
(Also on BBC2 at 11.5 pm)
with Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
Written by PETER TINNISWOOD
The Great Escape
The Brandon menfolk are trapped with love, but escape looms near when Pat sets forth on her young executive trip to Amsterdam. However, car trips have a nasty habit of going wrong.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer ERIC WALMSLEY
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
Only a century ago, many of the sounds we now take for granted as music could not even have been imagined - let alone played. Today, synthesisers, computers and multitrack recording techniques give the composer amazing scope and freedom.
In The New Sound of Music, Michael Rodd reveals some of the highlights of this extraordinary story of musical pioneering, and takes you into the magic world of White-Noise, Saw-Tooth, Square-Wave and Digital Sequencers. Part of the film focuses on how the BBC Radiophonic Workshop makes such contrasting music as the Dr Who signature tune and the much-praised background music for Jonathan Miller's The Body in Question.
It also features musicians like Rick Wakeman and others creating intriguingly bizarre, yet often highly melodious sounds using an amazing variety of novel instruments.
The Tonight film reporters are JAMES BELLINI , MICHAEL DELAHAYE
BERNARD FALK , VINCENT HANNA SALLY HARDCASTLE , DAVID LOMAX
JEREMY PAXMAN and MARTIN YOUNG Including News Headlines
Editor ROGER BOLTON
The seventh of ten programmes about practical ways of improving race relations. Black and Blue
Young blacks commonly expect unfair treatment in dealings with the police. Now some police are making special efforts to regain their confidence. Made in Leeds, Birmingham and London this film shows ways they are attempting to break down stereotypes held by the West Indian community - and also to ensure that stereotypes are not built up in the minds of policemen themselves.
Produced by YVONNE DEUTSCHMAN Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Book, Five Views of Multi-Racial Britain, £1, from [address removed]. Cheques/POs payable to CRE