9.0 Japan - The Crowded Islands City: Tokyo
9.25 Physical Science. Elements of the Periodic Table
9:47 Science All Around Friction
Our Place: City
Hello! ... and What Then?
11.5-11.25 Near and Far
Earth in Action
11.55 On the Rocks 2: Break and Make
Presented by IAN MENCER
Including Tony Bilbow with Film
Focus - his weekly guide to the movie world.
2.15 Music Time
Does It Come Back?
2.40 Television Club
Against the Law
3.53 Regional News (exc London)
with Kenneth Williams
The Dribblesome Teapots by NORMAN HUNTER. Today: The
King with the Paper Face
Brian Trueman puts the questions to the winners of the second four heats who will be looking at scenes from Silent Movie, Bear Island and The Sword in the Stone.
Jan Pinkava will receive his trophy as director of The Rainbow, the winning entry in the Animated Section of the Young Film-makers' Competition.
Directed by PAUL LOOSLEY
Produced by JOHN BUTTERY BBC Manchester
with Simon Groom, Christopher Wenner, Tina Heath
Operation Oily Bird
A mysterious oil-slick off the coast of Somerset has resulted in the biggest bird rescue operation since the Torrey Canyon disaster. Tina helps John Hughes, Warden in charge of the RSPCA's animal centre at Little Creech, near Taunton, clean up some of the 2,000 guillemots and razor-bills whose lives are in danger.
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
The Nationwide team of FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS with background to the news of the day, including The British Pop and Rock Awards 1980
A chance to see more contenders for the Nationwide
This trophy is for the entertainer or performer who, in the opinion of Nationwide viewers, displayed the most all-round family appeal during the past year. Also, Anne Nightingale and Simon Bates look at some of the artists they'll be considering for the Radio 1 DJ's Award for outstanding contribution to British popular music.
Presented by Michael Rodd
Kieran Prendiville , Judith Hann with reporter Su Ingle
The latest problems of the 1980s -and some of the solutions that science and technology has to offer
Studio director JOHN GORMAN. Producers ANDY WISEMAN , JOHN GROOM , LAURIE JOHN Edited by DAVID FILKIN
Introduced by Mike Read.
Top of the Pops
Zen, the Pigtail Monkey
Narrated by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
.: .. the monkey that goes to work - on a bike!
Zen's ancestors once roamed wild in the forests of South-East Asia. Because of their intelligence and ability to adapt to Man, macaque monkeys were trained as actors, and more recently, as travellers in the exploration of space!
This is the story of a more down-to-earth relationship between an animal and his master, in which we discover how Zen earns his Place as a full working member of Mr Tay 's household.
Filmed and directed by JACK BELLAMY Commentary written by PELHAM ALDRICH -BLAKE Film editor TOM POORE
Series editor PETER BALE. BBC Bristol
Written by RONALD WOLFE and RONALD CHESNEY
After a highly-successful campaign for a perfume, Claire is approached by another advertising agency, with an offer she cannot refuse. starring Liza Goddard , Peter Blake and Christopher Biggins with GILLIAN TAYLFORTH , LEO DOLAN
APRIL WALKER , TIMOTHY CARLTON
Music DOUG WOOTTON Designer JOHN STOUT Producer ROGER rack
with Angela Rippon and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
by BRIAN GLOVER with The Black Pudding Festival in Normandy, France, brings competitors from all over Europe. The British contingent is there for all the fun of the fair-and determined to win!
Music by NICK BICAT Designer GAVIN DAVIES Film editor MIKE HALL
Film cameraman MICHAEL WILLIAMS Producer TARA PREM Director ALAN GRINT BBC Birmingham
from Gothenburg featuring
The Men's Championship Tonight is the moment of truth for ROBIN COUSINS.
He is the best and most exciting free skater in the world, but he must win the overall championship here, otherwise his dreams of an Olympic gold medal will be even more difficult to achieve.
Last year's European Champion, JAN HOFFMANN , of East Germany, and the current World Champion, VLADIMIR KOVALEV of the Soviet Union, are the two skaters who provide the toughest opposition.
News, too, of the Ice Dancing competition.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Television presentation by the SWEDISH TELEVISION SERVICE Producer DAVID KENNING
A weekly interview in which people whose decisions influence our lives talk about why they hold the views they do.
Sir Derek Rayner , joint-managing director of Marks and Spencer, talks to Robert McKenzie.
Sir Derek was appointed by Mrs Thatcher , as soon as she became Prime Minister, to be her personal adviser on waste in government.
Research VIRGINIA ASHCOMBE Director ANN MORLEY
Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS