6.40 Curriculum Design and Development. 7.5 Reading Development. 7.3t Interpreting a Dream..
9.5 Engineering Craft Studies
Combining the Principles
9.35 It's Maths. Tessellations
9.58 Let's Go
17: Let's Go and Eat Out
10.12-10.30 Words and Pictures Tale of the Turnip
11.2 Everyday Maths
Say it with Figures: 1
11.40 Resource Units 11-13: English Eye to Pen to Paper
12.5 pm Russian - Language and People. 9: Eating and drinking Russian-style. And Episode 4 of ' Goodbye, Summer'.
A Taste of India: Lalita Ahmed tempts the taste-buds with some original Indian dishes.
And technological expert Geoffrey Pardoe presents his final report on the world's energy crisis in Energy Dilemma.
With the PLAYBOARD PUPPET THEATRE and CHRISTOPHER LILLICRAP
2.1 Watch. Dinosaurs: 1
2.18 Twentieth-Century History The Road to Berlin
8: Comedy Writing
The last of ten programmes Duffle Coat
ANN LADBURY gives help on making up a duffle coat from the pattern in the Children's Wardrobe book.
Book (same title), £4.50, from bookshops
A programme for children under 5 Story: A House for a Mouse by MARION GREEN Presenters
Libby Murray Derek Griffiths
A new cartoon series from Czechoslovakia featuring a dog, two mice, a crow and a cat.
Today: A Bag of Trouble
with Jenny Agutter The Mill House Cat by MARJORIE-ANN WATTS
Today: The Indian Queen
with Tony Hart and Morph Tony makes a circle from straight lines, plays spillikins, and cuts up some felt before he is disturbed by the Caretaker's huge notice. Morph and Chas try their hands at do-it-yourself, with unfortunate consequences.
Director CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON roducer MOLLY cox
If you're aged 15 or under ' Take Hart
BBC Television Centre, London W3 6XZ, is the address to send paintings for the Gallery. There's a prize for any that are shown, as long as you put your name, age and address, but we're sorry we can't promise to return any.
by AVRIL ROWLANDS
By 1939 George Grant has realised his ambition to become a station-master Now it is the turn of his son, Andy, to follow in the family tradition-but with the outbreak of war Andy discovers the world doesn't run on six wheels and go ' chuff '.
Fire on the Line: 1
Photography JOHN WILLIAMS
Film editor CHRISTOPHER ROWLANDS Designer DAVID SPODE
Executive producer ANNA HOME Producer PAUL STONE
Paperbacks, Permanent Way, published 13 March, and Clear Ahead, published 3 April, £1.25 each, from bookshops
post that mentions
with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman
The Lost Ships: in the first of three films about the undersea life around Britain's coasts, Dun-can Gibbins and underwater explorer Dr Horace Dobbs dive in search of ships that have been claimed by the sea.
Their travels take them on a journey to find and film for the first time Britain's most famous shipwreck of modern times-the Torrey Canyon.
Producers ANDREW CLAYTON , lino FERRARI IAN SQUIRES , RICHARD TAIT Deputy editor DAVIID LLOYD Editor HUGH WILLIAMS
starring Charlton Heston with Michelle Mercier , George Eastman Raimund Harmstorf
The exciting and moving story of Buck, a magnificent Alsatian dog stolen from his Californian home, shipped to the snowy wastes of Alaska and sold as a sled dog.
This screen adaptation of Jack London 's famous tale follows the hardships and adventures of Buck and his master John Thornton , during the harsh and often brutal times of the Yukon gold rush.
Screenplay by PETER WELBECK WYN WELLS and PETER YELDMAN
Based on the story by JACK LONDON Produced by HARRY ALAN TOWERS
Directed by KEN ANNAKIN . Films: page It
Written by ROY CLARKE starring Arthur Lowe with John Barron
Noël Dyson, John Warner and Costume designer MARY HUSBAND Make-up artist MARION RICHARDS Designer GLORIA CLAYTON Producer PETER WHITMORE
Man in the vet's:
Lady in the vet's:
Man with the dog:
Pet shop proprietor:
by the Conservative Party (Also on BBC2 at 10.45 pm)
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
A report by Peter Williams
Are we born with our sexual identity? Or do we learn it?
In 1963 a twin boy, just a few months old, had his penis accidentally burnt off during circumcision. The parents were advised to reassign the baby as a girl. Ten years later the child was, according to Time magazine, 'psychologically, at least, a girl.' Last year, sex researchers Masters and Johnson, in a new textbook, referred to the case as 'dramatic documentation'. But how successful has the reassignment been? And what can it teach us? Peter Williams looks beyond the first question - boy or girl?
Introduced by Harry Carpenter featuring
The World Figure
Skating Championships from Dortmund, West Germany.
The Pairs Championship
Olympic Gold Medallists IRINA RODNINA and ALEXANDER ZAITSEV bid for a remarkable comeback treble, having already won the European title in Gothenburg. The current World Champions are TAI BABILONIA and RANDY GARDNER from the United States who were forced to make a dramatic withdrawal from the Olympics in Lake Placid. Also going for the treble is
Britain's ROBIN cousins who starts his short programme today. Boxing
On Friday night two British boxers fight for a World title for the first time in 30 years when JIM WATT , the Champion, meets Ireland's CHARLIE NASH over 15 rounds in the Kelvin Hall , Glasgow.
HARRY CARPENTER has been to Derry to talk to the former European Champion and assess the mood in the Irish camp. Horse Racing
In Cheltenham week HUGH MCILVANNEY meets the quiet Irish-man j. p. MCMANUS , British racing's most formidable punter, on his home ground.
Film directors JOHN MCNICHOLAS , MIKE MOSS Producer JOHN PHILIPS
Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
Sporting Themes (record REH 348, cassette ZCR 348) from record shops
Join Michael Parkinson and his mid-week guests for conversation, entertainment and the occasional surprise.
Music HARRY STONEHAM
Designer JANET BUDDEN
Programme associate CHRIS GREENWOOD Assistant producer SITA WILLIAMS Director ALAN BELL
Producer JOHN FISHER