6.40 E = mc2
7.5 Science: Bonding Theories
7.30 Maths Analysis - Differentiation
9.35 Out of the Past
Industrial Archaeology The Vanishing Railways with NEIL COSSONS Producer SUE WEEKS
Keep Up with the Times: 5
10.38 Resource Units 11-13: Geography
The Iron and Steel Industry
For some time now, steel production has been moving out of old industrial areas to new locations. BERNARD CLARK looks at why this has happened, and what it has to do with the industry's current problems.
Producer LEN BROWN
Moses in Egypt: Escape!
11.17 Television Club A School in Time One Horse Town
With DONNY MACLEOD , MARIAN FOSTER BOB LANGLEY and BOB HALL
Television's popular lunchtime magazine programme live from the foyer of Pebble Mill.
Editor JIM DUMIGHAN. BBC Birmingham
Written by JULIE HOLDER Something Different
Posey, Perkin and Pootle are ' down in the dumps ', but Mother Flump helps cheer them up by telling them about Auntie Myrtle. Narration GAY SOPER
Music PAUL READE
Animation DAVID KELLAHER
Producer DAVID YATES
David Ashton and some friends take Honeybunch to the hospital. (Repeat)
2.14 Encounter -Italy
A Start in Life
It's All Right: 5
2.40 Europe from the Air Chains of Light
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
Story: Joseph the Carthorse by DIANE WILMER
Guest storyteller Sam Kydd Presenters
Elizabeth Millbank , Derek Griffiths
An extraordinary picture puzzle with Adrian Hedley , Janet Ellis Chris Emmett and Wilf Lunn and introducing Kurt Knobbler
Jigg, Pterry and Biggum once again help and hinder with the clues to this week's jigword, and watch out for Noseybonk! Because he's watching you! There is also a competition word. Put your answers in the boxes below.
Designer STEVE BROWNSEY Producer CLIVE DOIG
Michael Aspel returns to introduce your requests from recent BBC television programmes. With him in the studio this week: Mark Hamill , Luke Skywalker from the film Star Wars and the new sequel The Empire Strikes Back.
Director DAVID F. TURNBULL Producer PHILIP CHILVERS
with Richard Baker ; 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
Nationwide - reporters LUKE CASEY , BERNARD CLARK , SUE COOK, VERA GILBERT , SALLY HARDCASTLE , JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT, LAURIE MAYER , TONY WILK-INSON and NICHOLAS WOOLLEY
And including tonight a new face on television: Sue Peacock, a 27-year-old housewife from Cheshire, gets her chance to become a Nationwide presenter for a day. Sue's experience will be filmed and shown on The Big Time later in the year.
LONDON Sykes: With ERIC SYKES , HATTIE JACQUES and DERYCK GUYLER. Eric and Hat put up a friend's nephew. When they come home, they find some very suspicious goings-on.
SOUTH WEST Steam into Summer: A nostalgic look at the Dart Valley Railway with commentary by TOM SALMON.
WEST One Iron Horse - Handle with Care: A film following haulier and steam enthusiast MIKE LAWRENCE taking a 60-ton GWR engine from South Wales to Lancashire. Narrated by JOHNNY MORRIS.
SOUTH The Getaways: The world of an aerobatic pilot from Sussex, who escapes from the pressures of business to perform spins, loops and rolls - to make his plane dance in the sky.
MIDLANDS Riding on Top of the Car: Trams were noisy, uncomfortable and sometimes dangerous, but the Tramway Museum Society. Crich Derbyshire, reminds young and old alike of the thrills of riding on the top deck.
EAST Quidnunc: ROBERT BATHURST presents a final look at young people with talent. Including social comment CAPITALIST music and fashion advice.
NORTH Beneath the Pennines: SID PEROU joins veteran JIM EYRES as he relives the last great Pennines caving discovery - the Lancaster Hole beneath the western dales.
NORTH EAST Spike's Night: Comedian SPIKE RAWLINGS entertains and plays host to BOB STOKOE , JOHNNY HEENAN , PATRICIA MORGAN and VIGDIS SMART.
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 12: Life in the Trees
Long ago a group of mammals sought their fortune in the tree-tops. There they developed binocular vision for accurately judging distances and grasping hands for taking a firm grip. They became the primates - a group which includes dazzling gymnasts, deafening choristers and highly-cultured monkeys.
The story takes DAVID ATTENBOROUGH to Madagascar, where lemurs leap through the air with grace and precision; to Japan, where monkeys have learned to take tepid baths in winter; and to Central Africa to sit with gorillas!
Film editor RON MARTIN Music EDWARD WILLIAMS Producer JOHN SPARKS
Olivia and her friends recall some musical successes in a show recorded for Oscars' Night in Hollywood.
Elton John, Cliff Richard
Andy Gibb , Peaches, Toni Tennille Tina Turner , Karen Carpenter Special guest star Gene Kelly
Programme recorded in America (Postponed from 13 April)
with Richard Baker Weatherman
A film by DON HAWORTH
Winner of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts award for the year's best documentary.
Winner of the Grierson Memorial Award of the British Federation of Film Societies.
Narrator DERYCK GUYLER
Research JEAN THOMPSON
Photography ARTHUR SMITH , MARTIN LIGHTENING
Sound JACK WILSON , DAVE BAUMBER Film editor PETER GIBBS BBC Manchester
Jimmy Hill presents action highlights of tonight's match from the Empire Stadium, Wembley.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES
Producers JOHN SHREWSBURY, JIM RESIDE Series producer ALEC WEEKS Editor MIKE MURPHY
His Honour Alan King-Hamilton , QC, recently retired as a Circuit Judge, talks to Nicholas Woolley.
Research VIRGINIA ASHCOMBE Studio director ANN MORLEY Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS