6.40 Marking Time. 7.5 Oxidation States and Metals. 7.30 Computing - Noughts and Crosses: 2.
9.35 Out of the Past
Industrial Archaeology Cheap and beautiful ... With NEIL COSSONS Producer SUE WEEKS
Keep Up with the Times: 3
Sex Education: Birth
10.38 Resource Units 11-13: Geography.
Routeway BERNARD CLARK investigates the different routes taken by the first canal, the first railway and the first motorway to cross the Pen-nine Hills between Yorkshire and Lancashire.
Producer LEN BROWN
11.0 Watch. Moses in Egypt: Egyptian Buildings
11.17 Television Club
A School in Time. Roller Rats
Weather JACK SCOTT
with Donny MacLeod , Marian Foster Bob Langley and Bob Hall
Written by JULIE HOLDER
Balloons. Narration GAY SOPER
Music PAUL READE
Animation DAVID KELLAHER
Producer DAVID YATES
Above and Below
The third of four new pre-maths programmes looking at symmetry and reflections.
Introduced by STEPHEN TATE and Purrfecta the Pussycat
Puppet animation JOE BARTON ProducerJUDITH MILES
2.14 Encounter - Italy
A Country at Work
It's All Right: 3
2.40 Europe from the Air
Lights in the Darkness: 2
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
A programme for children under 5
Arch villain ' The Hooded Claw ' schemes to inherit the wealth of the beautiful heroine. But the Ant Hill Mob , in their black limousine Chugaboom, race to rescue Penelope from her direst peril.
with Johnny Ball
This week Johnny looks at some Mechanical Minds
Computers - digital computers, electrical computers, wind, steam and sun computers. Computers that talk and computers that draw. Plus an invitation to bang about the oldest computers known to man.
Meanwhile - Think of a Number-spot this one without the aid of a computer! What arithmetical symbol can you or a computer use between 2 and 3 to make a number larger than 2 but less than 3?*
Written by JOHNNY BALL
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE Producer ALBERT BARBER BBC Bristol
Book (same title), £2.95, from bookshops
with Richard Baker Weatherman
Loofc North, Look North West South Today, Look East Midlands Today, Points West
Spotlight South West present news and views in your region tonight. Then at 6.20 Nationwide presented by Frank Bough , Sue
Lawley Hugh Scully , John Stapleton and Bob Wellings
Also from far and near the programme's team of reporters LUKE CASEY , BERNARD CLARK , SUE COOK, VERA GILBERT , SALLY HARDCASTLE , JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT , LAURIE MAYER , TONY WILKINSON and NICHOLAS WOOLLEY , brings you films and features that reflect the way life is Nationwide.
in Quack Shot
A WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
LONDON Sykes: With ERIC SYKES , HATTIE JACQUES and DERYCK GUYLER. Because of all the social work Hat is doing, Eric is convinced she is heading for a nervous breakdown.
SOUTH WEST According to Hoyle: DON HOYLE has more tips on how to cultivate a fruit, flower and vegetable garden.
WEST Razzmatazz: This week, GWYN RICHARDS presents the best in music and dance from the youngsters of AVON-
SOUTH The Getaways: The first of two films about the King's Army who recreate the military ritual and traditions of the period of Charles I and the Civil War.
MIDLANDS Jack Ashley: MIKE DORNAN looks at the life of the mp for Stoke-on-Trent who made history when he was re-elected to Parliament after being struck by total deafness.
EAST Quidnunc: First of three programmes in which ROBERT BATHURST presents a miscellany of items showing the enterprising young in action.
NORTH Rock Athlete: Last of three films by SID PEROU tracing the story of rock climbing. This week, RON FAWCETT'S s first ascent of the top-rated climb in Wales...
NORTH EAST Coals from Newcastle: In the second of two films about the coal trade. PETER WHEELER looks at successive generations of collier seamen.
NORTH WEST Contrasts: JACQUI SCOTT. BERNI FLINT, RICHIE CLOSE and friends present music with contrasts of mood, colour and style.
A natural history in 13 parts by David Attenborough
10: Theme and Variations
Mammals are a very varied group.
Even among the bats, which number over 1,000 species, there is great diversity - many hunt insects, some sip nectar, drink blood, eat fruit, and even catch fish. Contrast these flying mammals which use sonar, with the great whales that sing, the star-nosed mole and the giant ant-eater which claws into termite mounds - and the potential variations from a common ancestor become dramatically clear.
Film editor RON MARTIN Music EDWARD WILLIAMS Producer RICHARD BROCK
To help the hard-of-hearing to follow this series, each programme will have subtitles on Ceefax page 170
by LEE LANGLEY from the novel Miss Mote by E. H. YOUNG in four episodes
3: Mr Blenkinsop has begun to thaw out under Hannahs influence. He is even taking an interest in Mrs Riddings. It is of course unthinkable (thinks Hannah) that he could be interested in her. starring
Miss Hannah Mole:
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with Richard Baker Weatherman
The bustling British Colony of Hong Kong is one of the world's richest communities. Fortunes are made overnight, millionaires are two a penny and while the rest of us tighten our belts the place just goes on getting more and more prosperous.
It was all started by a couple of devout Scottish opium runners, and tonight's film looks at the legendary firm they founded which still has a towering influence in the Far East and at the astonishing participation in Hong Kong's money-making fervour by the Communist giant next door-China. Written and spoken by ALEXANDER FRATER
Photography TONY PIERCE-ROBERTS Sound DAVE BRINICOMBE STANLEY MORCOM
Film editor SAXON LOGAN Producer
ANTHONY DE LOTBINIERE
In tribute to Annunzio Paolo Mantovani, who died recently, BBC Television shows the last programme introduced by him in January 1974. The music he presented gave pleasure to millions worldwide and he will be particularly remembered for the ' Mantovani Sound ' - the unique style of arrangement he created primarily for the strings of his orchestra. Guest artists Larry Adler Anne-Marie David also featuring
DENYS PALMER , JUNE
LEEDHAM SUSAN MITCHELL , PETER SAYCE
Musical associate DENNIS WILSON Sound ADRIAN STOCKS Producer JOHN STREET
A weekly interview in which people whose decisions influence our lives talk about why they hold the views they do.
Research VIRGINIA ASHCOMBE Studio director ANN MORLEY Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS