6.40 Newton's Present-Day Success. 7.5 Diffraction: Structure Determination.
7.30 Rocks and Magnets.
9.35 Out of the Past. Georgian England: The Inheritance
A mathematical story by ALEX GLASGOW . 7: Racing and Pacing With EUGENE GEASLEY
CLARK FLANAGAN , MELISSA WILKS CHRISTINA LOHR , ALEX GLASGOW Producer MORTON SURGUY
10.16 Look and Read
The Boy from Space by RICHARD CARPENTER. 7: The Hunt for the Car With SYLVESTRA LE TOLZEL.
STEPHEN GARLICK , LOFTLS BURTON Film director NIADDALENA FAGANDINI
10.38 Resource Units 11-13: English Eye to Pen to Paper Producer GEOFF WILSON
11.0 Watch. Early Life
JAMES EARL ADAI R and LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR mount a Prehistoric Exhibition in the studio. Producer TOM STANIER
11.17 Television Club
A School in Time: El Dorado
11.38 Shakespeare in Perspective
' Henry V ': LORD CHALFONT assesses Henry's qualities as a leader.
12.5 pm General Studies The Silicon Factor
3: And What of the Future?
Including Family Matters and Painting Made Easy
2.14-2.30 Encounter: Germany At Work
2.40 Home Economics 2: Vitamin C
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
with Brigit Forsyth The Weathermakers by JOHN FARRIMOND. Part 2
The story of a year in the life of a Welsh hill farm. Winter
Do you know how to shampoo a young bullock or groom a sheep? Well, Isla St Clair found out when she helped the Thomases prepare for the local fatstock show. She shares Christmas with the family, but even then the animals in the barns and on the hill must be fed twice a day.
Title song by RICK KEMP
Graphics by LIZ FRIEDMAN and children Of THE CHURCH IN WALES SCHOOL, BRYNCOCU Producer's assistant HEATHER STAINES Film editor GEORGE AUCKLAND Director PAUL pierrot
Producer DAVID TURNBULL
with Toni Arthur and Paul Burden
Term's over for Grange Hill, and the eight million children who have been following the adventures of Class H1 will miss it. Are you one of them? Some parents and teachers will be glad it's over; they think the goings-on at Grange Hill are dreadful and they may have good reasons for their views. Today Toni Arthur, Paul Burden and a group of schoolchildren take a close look at the arguments for and against this continuing school adventure story.
posts that mention
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Including Home Office with Glyn Worsnip
starring Donny and Marie The Osmond Brothers Jimmy Osmond and other members of the family with special guest stars
Andy Williams and Connie Stevens
A natural history by David Attenborough
The story of life from the first primitive cells to the plants and animals that now live around us. 1: The Infinite Variety
The four million different forms of life that exist today are as varied as apes and amoebae, mantids and monkeys, whelks and whales.
In this highly-acclaimed 13-part series, DAVID ATTENBOROUGH goes on a world journey looking at the incredible variety of living things, and fossils, which throw light on the ancestry of life. To trace the first stages he visits the jungles of Central America, the Galapagos Islands, Grand Canyon, Shark Bay in Western Australia and the Great Barrier Reef.
... without question one of the master-works of television documentary ...
(THE GUARDIAN) A
Photography MAURICE FISHER PETER PARKS
MUSIC EDWARD WILLIAMS Executive producer CHRISTOPHER PARSONS BBC Bristol
£7.95, from bookshops
To help the hard-of-hcaring to follow this series, each programme will have subtitles on Ceefax page 170
by TED WHITEHEAD in four episodes starring
Tom Bell and Lynn Farleigh
2: After 20 years of happy marriage, Tom faces new and unpredictable problems as his wife Mary goes back to work and his daughter Susy moves out to a student flat.
Make-up artist TULAH TtJKE Script editor SALLY HEAD Designer DAVID MCKENZIE Producer COLIN TUCKER
Directed by MARTYN FRIEND BBC Scotland
with Richard Whitmore 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
Henry decides he does not want to work on the expansion programme which would destroy the valley in which he has lived all his life. He goes to see Max and they reach a new understanding of each other.
Omnibus asks some beastly questions.
' We animals are disappearing. We have made a film, not so much about us the animals but about you, the people ...'
Do zoos disappoint you? Do you dream about the Esso tiger? What do you expect of the lion-tamer?
Ever been to an abattoir? Do you like cats or dogs? What have horses got to do with beer, or banks? Do you prefer soft toys and fake furs to the real thing? A film based on essays by JOHN BERGER
Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK Film editor DAI VAUGHAN
Executive producer LESLIE MEGAHEY Directed by MICHAEL DIBB , CHRISTOPHER RAWLENCE
The Rt Hon Denis Healey , MP
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, talks to Donald MacCormick
Research VIRGINIA ASHCOMBE Studio director ANN MORLEY Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS