6.40 Through the Looking Glass
7.5 Trends in the Periodic Table
7.30 Domestic Service
Keep Up with the Times: 6
10.38 Resource Units 11-13: Geography
Story from Ghana
In a developing country like Ghana, the contrast between town and countryside is far sharper than in an industrialised country. Why are the two so different, and how do people cope when they move from one to the other? Commentary BERNARD CLARK
Producer LEN BROWN
11.17-11.40 Television Club
Fakes, Frauds and Fiddles
12.10 pm Music Time for Teachers 2: Sounds and Composition
Written by JULIE HOLDER Quiet Please
Narration GAY SOPER Music
Animation DAVID KELLAHER
Producer DAVID YATES
Wash and Dry ANTON PHILLIPS and his young friends get into a spin at the launderette.
Director ROGER TRY
Producer BARBARA PARKER
2.14 Encounter - Italy
A Land of Custom
It's All Right: 6
2.40 Europe from the Air New Lights
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
Story: What Made Tiddalik Laugh Written and illustrated by JOANNA TROUGHTON Presenters
Carol Chell , Don Spencer
Orphan of the Wild
Lassie rescues a lost, wounded owl and finds it has problems similar to those of her new friend, Mike.
An extraordinary picture puzzle with Adrian Hedley , Janet Ellis Chris Emmett and Wilf Lunn and presenting Sylveste McCoy and David Rappaport as the ' 0 ' men
Why does it rain? Who is Fritz Colditz ? What is the magic formula for the ' 0 ' men?
These and other questions are almost answered in today's programme.
Have your pencils ready to play the jigword game.
Designer STEVE BROWNSEY Producer CLIVE DOIG
Michael Aspel introduces your requests from recent BBC television programmes.
With him in the studio this week: composer Andrew Lloyd Webber
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 Scene Around Six
Reporting Scotland, Wales Today present news and views in your area tonight. Then at 6.20 television's most popular current affairs magazine, presented each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETOM and BOB WELLINGS with contributions from BBC studios throughout the country.
Also from far and near the programme's team of reporters brings you films and features that reflect the way life is Nationwide.
A WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
LONDON Sykes: with ERIC SYKES and HATTIE JACQUES. Eric and Hat are summoned to the BBC to celebrate 20 years of their TV series. However, the ceremony does not go as planned.
SOUTH WEST One and All: highlights from the first Cornwall Open Championship for Male Voice Choirs, introduced by JOE PENGELLY.
WEST Trees for all Seasons: GWYN RICHARDS visits the arboretum at Westonbirt in Gloucestershire, created ISO years ago by Robert Holford. It contains 105 million trees from Tibet to California.
SOUTH The Getaways: Looking Back - Eight years after the schooner Sir Winston Churchill took part in the Tall Ships race with a crew of girls, some of them meet to recall their experiences.
MIDLANDS Look! Hear!: College Rags 11)80 - ANN BUTCHER presents a collection of fashions designed by final-year students from Midlands art colleges. With JOHN HOLMES and CHRIS phipps.
EAST The Norfolk Coast: ROGER MAYNARD travels from Blakeney Point to Great Yarmouth to present his personal view of this coastline of contrasts.
NORTH Beneath the Pennines: with sid PEROU. Three teams descend the awe-some Alum Pot near Ingleborough to show the ancient history of the region.
NORTH EAST Spike's Night: Comedian SPIKE RAWLINGS plays host tonight to BOBBY THOMPSON , CHRISTINE MILBURN and THE ALAMO SHOW GROUP.
NORTH WEST Contrasts: JACQUI scott, BERNI FLINT, RICHIE CLOSE and friends present music with contrasts of mood, colour and style.
An opportunity to take a second look at two of the most popular film stories from the last series. starring Dick Emery with special guests Roy Kinnear and Nyree Dawn Porter with GEORGIO BOSSO, CARLOS DOUGLAS, ANDRE MARANNE, JOHN PENNINGTON, SANTIAGO VARELA, JOHN WENTWORTH, JOHN WYMAN and Jeremy Booker, Paul Hayden, Peter Hopwood, Anita Kay, Paul Lockwood, Scott McGill, Nigel Miles-Thomas
BILL MATTHEWS , KEITH TAYLOR
Producer HAROLD SNOAD
by RICHARD WARING Oliver and Martin Jarvis
Now Oliver has reluctantly agreed to marry Sandy, thereby putting their six years of non-marital bliss onto a more conventional footing, he suddenly becomes aware not only of the expense involved but also a change of attitude towards him by his colleagues at work. Even Sandy notices it. 2: Lead Me to the Altar
Designer TIM GLEESON Producer HAROLD SNOAD
with Richard Baker and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
Investigated by Nicholas Harman
Forty years ago, during nine days of May/June 1940, the British Army in France was evacuated from Dunkirk. It was a brilliant escape from a military defeat. Ever since, the ' Dunkirk spirit' has become part of our national mythology-a particularly British catchword for muddling out of disaster with a stiff upper lip and a strong cup of tea.
But this investigation is not a military history; it looks instead at the creation of a legend and reveals that the truth we think we all know about Dunkirk is not quite the truth after all.
Those taking part include: GENERALMAJOR HEINZ GUDERIAN, French historian
JACQUES MORDAL and Dunkirk veterans in Britain
Film cameraman MARTIN PATMORE Film recordist GRAHAM HARE Film editor DAVID THOMAS
Produced by HARRY HASTINGS
A repeated winner of the top us country and western awards, the beautiful Crystal Gayle has successfully moved over into the mainstream of American pop with hits such as ' Don't it make my brown eyes blue ', ' Talkin' in your sleep' and ' Why have you left the one you left me for? '. Her voice is a unique blend of pop, blues and country and western. Appearing with her are Judy Collins , B. B. King Doug Henning
The Statler Brothers
Produced by ROBERT H. PRECHT
Directed by FRANCESCO SCAVULLO and RUSS PETRANTO
The Rt Hon Barbara Castle talks to Donald MacCormick
Now a Member of the European Parliament, BARBARA CASTLE held leading posts in the Labour Government under Harold Wilson , most notably Secretary of State for Employment.
Research VIRGINIA ASHCOMBE Studio director ANN MORLEY Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS