9.35 Out of the Past
The Horse At War
A mathematical story by ALEX GLASGOW
3: The Big Cover-up With PIPPA SPARKES
EUGENE GEASLEY , CLARK FLANAGAN MELISSA WILKS , ALEX GLASGOW Producer MORTON SURGUY
10.16 Look and Read The Boy from Space by RICHARD CARPENTER
3: The Man in the Sand-pit
With JOHN WOODNUTT , COLIN MAYES Film director MADDALENA FAGANDINI
10.38 Resource Units 11-13: English Language at Work
A play for discussion by RICHARD FAWKES with TONY MAIDEN as Greg JANE FREEMAN , STUART SAUNDERS ROB INGLIS , ROBERT HARTLEY
ANNE WRIGG , MARSHA FITZALAN LEE WALKER , EILEEN BELDON and HELENA MCCARTHY Producer GEOFF WILSON
Robinson Crusoe - Settling In
Music from the series (record REG 314, cassette zcm 314) from record shops
11.17 Television Club
A School in Time: What's in a Name?
11.38 Design by Five
3: ANNE NIGHTINGALE 'S Study designed by DAVID CALLCOTT and TERRY MOORE
12.5 pm General Studies Higher Education
3: What Use is a Degree?
With DONNY MACLEOD , MARIAN FOSTER BOB LANGLEY and BOB HALL
Today's programme includes
Family Matters - Dr David Delvin , Pat Petch and Vincent Duggleby discuss and offer advice on legal, financial and medical matters affecting every household.
Editor jim DUMIGHAN BBC Birmingham
2.14 Encounter: Germany School
The BBCtv Shakespeare 'Julius Caesar ' reshown for Schools in five episodes. Episode 3
With RICHARD PASCO
KEITH MICHELL and CHARLES GRAY
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
Great Day for Up written by DR SEUSS illustrated by QUENTIN BLAKE Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Ben Thomas
A cartoon series starring the two ever-hungry bears Yogi and Boo Boo
with Geoffrey Hinsliff
Joe Burkinshaw 's Progress by GEOFFREY KILNER Today: Part 2
Introduced by Johnny Morris
NUTKINS Johnny plays host today to a studio full of small animals: pigmy donkeys, pigmy goats, Shetland ponies, Dexter cows and Fallabella horses - and there's a miniature kangaroo that climbs trees.
Johnny and Terry announce the results of the Unusual Pets' Competition and Johnny takes the winner for a day at the zoo feeding all the animals.
Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol
A series in 16 episodes. Part 7: by MARGARET SIMPSON
Sudhamani's father wants to take her away from Grange Hill because he thinks it's having a bad influence on her, but Trisha and Cathy persuade him to change his mind.
Executive producer ANNA HOME Producer Colin CANT
Director JACKIE WILLOWS
Grange Hill pupils: Duane Orpington:
with Peter Woods Weatherman
Presented by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAFLETON and BOB WELLINGS Reporters
LUKE CASEY, BERNARD CLARK , VERA GILBERT , SALLY HARDCASTLE , JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT, TONY WILKINSON , NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and GLYN WORSNIP , bring you films and features that reflect the way life is Nationwide.
A Ripe Old Age
Fame, Fyfe Robertson says, can be widely spread, or it can be confined to a specialised world. If you are a surgeon, or a maternity nurse, or if you work for any organisation concerned with the medical welfare of women, or women as mothers, or babies, Robbie says he doesn't have to tell you why Dame Josephine Barnes , who was among the first women surgeons, has been elected the 139th and first woman President of the British Medical Association. Seeing Dame Josephine, headscarved, choosing carefully among supermarket shelves, you would take her to be a housewife whose problems and achievements are domestic. But she is an international authority on obstetrics and gynaecology-and at 67 she is doing not just as much but more surgery than ever.
Producer TOM SAVAGE
starring James Garner in The No Fault Affair
Rita, one of Jim Rockford's more zany friends, is in serious danger. She needs help but doesn't level with Jim completely, and then further complicates matters by falling in love with him.
Written by JUANITA BARTLETT Directed by COREY ALLEN
Sgt Dennis Becker:
with John Pitman
A series of six programmes which follow the fortunes of people who have decided to risk a dramatic change in their lives.
4: A Talent to Succeed
When she was 17, Gill Cumming discovered that she had a talent for singing, but instead of doing anything about it she became a schoolteacher. Now, at the age of 28, after years of trying to pluck up the courage, she has finally decided to give up her job and try to make a career as a singer. Everybody tried to dissuade her because the music business is already such an overcrowded profession. But she was determined to succeed.
This is the story of what happened in the first year as Gill set out with only sufficient savings to last a few months; the ups and the downs of trying to establish herself with the help of a top teacher who has stars like Felicity Lott on his books. She knows it is a big gamble. But, as she says: ' Whatever happens in the future -even if I end up on the dole queue - then at least I will have tried.'
Film editor CHRISTINE GARNER Series producer ADAM CLAPHAM
Directors WENDY STURGESS , GEOFF DUNLOP
with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
A serial in ten parts by JOHN FINCH starring Thora Hird
Bill Fraser , Michael Jayston and Nigel Stock
4: A Decent Interval
The rift widens, when an unofficial strike at the works has its effect on the various members of the Brassington family ... Max believes there is a movement to destroy the company.
Music by PETER SKELLERN Script editor TED RHODES Designer PAUL MONTAGUE
Produced by BILL SELLARS
Directed by TERENCE DUDLEY BBC Manchester
Omnibus presents a film about the father of rock and roll
For the first time, this elusive and unpredictable star appears in a full-length documentary, filmed at his home in Missouri and on tour in San Francisco, Dallas and Tulsa. The end of the journey is Washington where he performs for President Carter on the lawns of the White House. To Berry it's the climax of a career spanning over 25 years in showbusiness - years of controversy and success.
Now, at 52, Berry can claim to have written and performed more than 200 classics of rock - among them 'Roll Over Beethoven',
' Sweet Little Sixteen', and the hit that is almost his own story: ' Johnny B. Goode '.
Sound recordist MIKE SAVAGE Cameraman MIKE SOUTHON Film editor RAY FRAWLEY
Executive producer LESLIE MEGAHEY Producer TED CLISBY
with Robin Day
What do we think? What do we value? What are the choices to be made? The hour to question the ideals and decisions of today.
ROBIN DAY takes the chair on stage at the Greenwood Theatre, South London, as public personalities face questions and reactions from the general public. With him tonight: Lord Annan
The Rt Hon Denis Healey , MP Kenneth Baker , MP Sara Morrison
Producer BARBARA MAXWELL