6.40 Personality and Learning. 7.5 The Chateau and the Cottage.
9.0-9.20 Twentieth-Century History Mr Kennedy and Mr Khrushchev
Place Your Order
10.10 Merry-go-Round Orkney: Smugglers
In the 18th century the islands were on a route between Europe and the New World. They became centres for traders and smugglers. Produced by TOM COTTER
11.5 It's Maths
Axes and Grids
11.30 Let's Look at Wales King Arthur: 1
Presented by DAVID PARRY-JONES Producer GWYNN PRITCHARD
Weather JACK SCOTT
Including Film Focus: a weekly guide to the latest releases and events in the movie world presented by Tony Bilbow.
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them. A Wet Day
The third of four new pre-reading programmes looking at and talking about Duncan's Picture Show. Introduced by MICHAEL MAYNARD and Duncan the Dragon
Puppet animation JOE BARTON Director DIANE MORGAN Producer JUDITH MILES
2.15 Music Time
At the Fair: 1
2.40 Television Club A School in Time
Story: Sarah's Walk by Peter Wiltshire
Author (Sarah's Walk):
Popeye, the spinach-guzzling cartoon sailor, gets involved in misadventures, galvanised into action, and heroically rescues Olive Oyl, always the damsel in distress.
A new adventure serial in five parts 1: Joey, on a tough hiking holiday, meets Tom Redhawk , an Apache Indian, when each is faced with a different disaster.
A DANIEL WILSON production Directed by LARRY ELIKANN Written by ART WALLACE
with Simon Groom, Christopher Wenner, Tina Heath
Book 16 (same title), Â£1.50, from bookshops
Caught in the Act
The adventures of Captain Pugwash and his daredevil crew. Voices PETER HAWKINS
Written, drawn and produced by JOHN RYAN
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
Look 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 FRANK BOUGH, SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS provide you with background to the news of the day. Including V for Victory
On the 35th anniversary of VE day the Nationwide team looks back on those heady days with some of the stars and memories that made the 40s.
The Bosanquet View: Wine
In the last of his film reports, Reginald Bosanquet turns to one of his consuming hobbies - the enjoyment of wine. In asking ' What's in a label? '. he investigates whether the wine trade gives drinkers value for money.
Presented by Michael Rodd
Kieran Prendiville , Judith Hann with SU INGLE
Hot water up in a tree? Blowing up lorry tyres? Even listening to microscope slides. All will become clear in this week's look at science and technology.
Studio director JOHN GORMAN
Producers JOHN GROOM , LAURIE JOHN ANDY WISEMAN. Editor DAVID FILKIN Review: page 78
Introduced by Peter Powell
Top of the Pops
America's comedy hit High School Reunion
Louie's depressed. It's his class reunion to which he vowed to return a success. starring with Written by sy ROSEN
Directed by JAMES BURROWS
Louie de Palma:
by LEE LANGLEY from the novel Miss Mole by E. H. YOUNG
The last of four episodes
Hannah's future happiness is threatened by the exposure of her past - if not by Mr Pilgrim then by Captain Foxe. starring
Title music composed by ANTHONY ISAAC Costume designer CATHERINE WESTRAY Studio lighting ALAN HENDERSON Designer WALTER MILLER Producer COLIN TUCKER
Directed by PETER JEFFERIES
Miss Hannah Mole:
with Richard Whitmore and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
by RON HUTCHINSON
A story of a Midlands factory in six parts with Mark McManus Terence Rigby and 2: Tuesday , ' A rough old town, a factory ... Johnny's got his hands full dealing with everyday aggravations on the shop floor, but there's a queue at the door about Eddie's spot of bother - headed by big brother Dan.
Studio lighting BARRY HILL Script editor MICHAEL ROLFE Designer IAN ASHURST
Produced by MICHAEL WEARING Directed by PHILIP DUDLEY BBC Birmingham
the Kowal brothers:
Fat Freddy Armadale:
Omnibus presents a personal journey with Anthony Quinn
In February this year, Anthony Quinn allowed an Omnibus film crew unprecedented access to his private life. It was a crucial period for him, and a turning-point in his career. At 64, this powerful and unpredictable personality is tired of the Hollywood machine, uncertain about the roots he has put down in Italy, and itching to move on. He's more interested now in sculpture, writing - and running - than in the business of being a movie star. We follow Quinn from Rome to London and New York in search of a fresh objective. From his autobiography he re-creates ' the kid' who dogged him for years - the ghost of himself as a boy, constantly returning to question the adult man about his motives, his truths and his self-confessed lies. 'He looked at me, and I was seeing myself for the first time. What is it you want, kid, what is it you really want?'
Film editor Ardan Fisher
Film cameraman John Hooper Producer Leslie Megahey Director Jana Bokova
with Robin Day
What do we think? What do we value? What are the choices to be made? The hour to question the ideas and decisions of today. With him tonight: Alan Beith , mp
Sir John Grugeon
The Rt Hon Stanley Orme , mp Professor Claire Palley
Producer BARBARA MAXWELL