9.0 Geography: Europe from the Air. Lights in the Darkness: 1
9.25 Maths Topics
9.47 Science All Around
10.10 Merry-go-Round: Keep Up with the Times and The Odyssey: 2 (Repeat;
10.35-10.55 Scene: Faulty Towers
11.5 Near and Far
Snow and Ice
The Coming of the Castles
11.55 Beside the Sea
The Living Sea
The last of 17 parts
Heidi has been so homesick that Herr Sesemann orders her return to Switzerland. Heidi is sad to leave Frankfurt, but happy at the thought of seeing her grandfather again.
Produced by INTERTEL TELEVISION AG
English version directed by LOUIS ELMAN (Or LEAH INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS
with Simon Groom, Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
Happy Birthday! Jack and Jill, Britain's favourite Silver Tabbies, celebrate their fifth birthday today. But will Jill do her famous disappearing act on this important day? All will be revealed!
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
The team of FRANK BOUGH
SUE LAWLEY, RICHARD KERSHAW HUGH SCULLY and SUE COOK provides you with the background to the news of the day and presents the features and stories that make up the scene Nationwide.
The reporting team: li-ke CASEY, PATTIE COLDWELL , SALLY HARD-CASTLE, JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT , LAURIE MAYER , TONY WILKINSON , NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and GLYN WORSNIP
Including Celtic Connections: tonight Nationwide reporter Bill Kerr Elliott concludes his 20th-century Celtic journey and discovers the rebirth of a sense of identity -
Six Nations ... One Soul
And Grass Roots - presented this week by Bruce Parker from South Today in Southampton.
(Regional details as Monday)
The latest news from the world of science and technology presented by Judith Hann , Michael Rodd Kieran Prendiville With SU INGLE
Producers JOHN GROOM
ANDY WISEMAN , LAURIE JOHN
Studio director JOHN GORMAN Editor DAVID FILKIN
Where the Fish are Friendly
Narrated by David Attenborough
It takes skill to caress vicious moray eels and to swim in the shadow of giant manta rays, and yet these are routine for Walt and Jean Deas.
They share Heron Island, on Australia's Great Barrier Reef, with thousands of nesting seabirds, and explore the fabulous coral gardens full of colourful fish.
Photography WALT DEAS Film editor RON MARTIN Producer john sparks
Series producer PETER EALE. BBC Bristol
A serial in six parts by RICHARD WARING , starring
Derek Waring and Mel Martin
Bannister Bathroom Fittings would hardly qualify for the Queen's Award to Industry-especially during the last couple of years. Rupert Bannister is therefore extremely interested when a high-powered financier offers to put money into his business - providing Rupert retrieves the shares he gave his wife on their wedding night. This could prove difficult - especially as their divorce is being heard today! 1:Partnershipfeaturing Derek Farr
Derek Francis , Jacqueline Clarke and Elizabeth Counsell
Lighting MIKE JEFFERIES Sound LAURIE TAYLOR
Designer ian RAWNSLEY Producer HAROLD SNOAD
by JACK GERSON
A thriller in three parts starring Malcolm Stoddard and Mary Tamm 3: Mark is employing all his old Intelligence skills to unravel the mystery of why three major powers are all determined to recover the missing papers, but his methods are highly individual.
Music composed and conducted by JOHN SCOTT
Photography STUART WYLD
Sound recordist GRAHAM ROSS Film editor BOB BATHGATE
Produced by BOB mcintosh Directed by KEN HANNAM BBC Scotland
Sir James Mackieson:
Dr Peter Dale:
Robin Day takes the chair on stage at the Greenwood Theatre, South London, as public personalities face questions and reactions from the general public. With him tonight: Frances Morrell
The Rt Hon David Owen , mp The Rt Hon David Steel , mp
The Rt Hon Peter Walker , mp
Producer BARBARA MAXWELL
Lieutenant Theo Kojak
A tough cop with a tough job in a tough town - New York with guest stars Martin Balsam Dimitra Arliss
A Killing in the Second House
An unscrupulous private detective makes a suicide look like murder.
Written by GENE R. KEARNEY
Directed by CHRISTIAN NYBY
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