6.40 Root Locus
9.41 Merry-go-Round: Keep up with the Times: 8: Dressed to Kill
10.3 Scan: Words at Work To Coin a Phrase
10.25-10.45 Mathshow: A Set of Scales
11.0 Scene: Teenage Magazines
Pirate Story and illustrations by DAVID MCKEE
Told by RAY BROOKS
The Lawn Tennis Championships direct from the All England Club
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you ' the best seat in the house' for the fourth day's play in the world's greatest tennis tournament.
DAN MASKELL , PETER WEST , JOHN BARRETT , ANN JONES and BILL THRELFALL are your match commentators for the action on the Centre and No 1 Courts.
HARRY CARPENTER provides a full service of all the news and results from Wimbledon's 15 match courts.
Television presentation by FRED VINER , MARTIN HOPKINS
JOHN SHREWSBURY. JOHNNIE WATHERSTON JOHN PHILIPS and jim RESIDE Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
A programme for children under 5 Story: Boy on a Hill Top by PEGGY BLAKELEY
Illustrated by KOTA TANIUCHI Presenters
Carol Chell , David Hargreaves
The Kooky Case of the Cryptic Keyes
The Stone Age superhero, Captain Caveman, helps the Teen Angels solve another mystery.
Twin Towns with Peter Purves in Warsaw and Lesley Judd in Coventry
Coventry was flattened during the Second World War, and Warsaw was systematically destroyed. The Twin Town movement was virtually born in the smoking ruins of Coventry Cathedral.
Peter discovers how Warsaw rose from the ashes, and learns that Chopin, who was a boy in Warsaw 150 years ago, composed the music that is still the voice of Polish freedom.
Producer EDWARD BARNES
Director SARAH HELLINGS
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
On Home Ground
Tonight Bernard Clark takes a look at the effect of two new motorways on his own home village in Kent.
Director BERNARD CLARK Producer DAVID ROWLEY
The Lawn Tennis Championships
HARRY CARPENTER reports direct from the All England Club, and introduces live action and highlights, news and results from the fourth day's play.
Commentators DAN MASKELL
PETER WEST , JOHN BARRETT
ANN JONES and BILL THRELFALL
Introduced by Peter Powell LEGS & CO
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound LAURIE TAYLOR Lighting RON BRISTOW
Producer BRIAN PENDERS
Executive producer ROBIN NASH
Birds of the Volcanoes
Narrated by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
The West Pacific volcanic islands of New Guinea and New Britain are the settings for some of the world's most spectacular tropical wildlife.
Bower birds lure females by painting and decorating their bachelor pads. Big-footed megapodes dig deep in volcanic incubators. Exotic birds of paradise show off fantastic plumes - adornments that are prized by hill people for ceremonies staged at the cost of thousands of birds' lives.
Filmed by DAVID PARER for the AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION Presented for TV by LANCELOT TICKELL
Series producer PETER BALE. BBC Bristol
Written by ROY CLARKE starring Paul Greenwood
Happy Birthday Mr Chizlehurst
Life continues its unexciting round for the civilians. Uncle Norman's driving gets no better. PC Wilmot gets a new daily, while PC Penrose faces the challenge of the sinister exploding duck.
Cast in order of appearance
Signature tune written by PAUL GREENWOOD and IAN WILSON , Sung by PAUL GREENWOOD
Incidental music by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer ERIC WALMSLEY
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
Chief Insp Dunwoody:
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
by ELWYN JONES
Six strands in a web of intrigue 4: Exposure and Explosion
' When anyone engaged in big business honestly endeavours to do right he shall himself be given a square deal.' (ROOSEVELT) The unacceptable face of the Deep Corporation is revealed and the guests from overseas plan an act of revenge.
Script editor MICHAEL WEARING Designer CHARLES BOND Producer DAVID ROSE
Director JONATHAN ALWYN BBC Birmingham
A Story of survival - Sumatra 1942-5
In the remote jungle prison camps of the East Indies, hundreds of British and Australian women, segregated from the men, fought to stay alive. Their story has been largely forgotten.
In this film some of the survivors from one particular camp tell how they made a life for themselves in the face of starvation and disease.
And two of the women, who returned to Sumatra for the first time since the war, recall the courage, ingenuity and invention needed to live through the years of captivity.
Written and reported by LAVINIA WARNER
Film cameraman JOHN HOOPER , Film editor ANGUS NEWTON Produced by TRISTRAM POWELL
With the Robin Day interview Including News Headlines