9.0 Twentieth-Century History Britain Alone
9.25 MathsTopics. Geometry: 3
9.47 Everyday Maths
Which Way to Go?
Keep Up with the Times: 6 and The Odyssey: 3
10.35 Scene. On Yer Bike!
11.5 It's Maths! Flat Shapes
11.30 Search. How Castles Developed: the building of castles in Wales from simple beginnings to the splendour of Beaum&ris and Caerphilly.
Presenter DYFED THOMAS Producer GWYNN PRITCHARD
11.55 Beside the Sea
Life at Low Water
Scooby Doo is helped by his nephew Scrappy Doo, a fearless youngster, a quarter the size of his uncle, but with ten times the power. Scooby still runs into trouble, but Scrappy drags him into adventures.
with Simon Groom
Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
Peter helps build the course for canoeing's most hazardous race - the White Water World Championships and tests the run.
Assistant editor JOHN ADCOCK Editor BIDDY BAXTER
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.
And Grass Roots - presented this week by Mary Marquis from Reporting Scotland in Glasgow.
(Regional details as Monday)
The latest news from the world of science and technology, presented by Kieran Prendiville , Judith Hann , Michael Rodd With SU INGLE
Producers LAURIE JOHN , JOHN GROOM ANDY WISBMAN
Studio director JOHN GORMAN Editor DAVID FILKIN
Theme music on Top BBCtv Themes Vol 3 (record REH 391, cassette ZCR 391), from record shops
Flower from the Flames
Narrated by David Attenborough
For a flower to blossom from a fire, it must be exceptional! For a single flowerhead to attract 1,000 insects, it's got to be large! When eight thieving beetles force their way into a bloom it must be delicious! For a country to choose it as a national emblem, it has to be magnificent!
This is the Protea family - group of South African flowers flaunting an infinite variety of colour, shape and form. As they open, they lure a host of pollinators from the noisy cape sugarbird to a tiny flightless mite ... and an unexpected nocturnal visitor, first discovered three years ago.
Filmed and directed by RODNEY BORLAND Film editor BETTY BLOCK
Written and produced by CAROLINE WEAVER Series producer PETER BALE. BBC Bristol
A serial in six parts written by RICHARD WARING starring
Derek Waring and Mel Martin
Rupert has to get back the shares which he stupidly gave his wife on their wedding night, otherwise his firm cannot expand. Unfortunately he has just divorced his wife and what's more she's discovered why her shares have become so important. 2:Business Relationsfeaturing Derek Francis
Derek Farr , Elizabeth Counsell and Paul Daneman
Lighting .MIKE JEFFERIES Designer GARRY FREEMAN Producer HAROLD SNOAD
There are surprises in store for Starsky and Hutch when a reporter is assigned to them for a few hectic days-and even more for the journalist!
Directed by GEORGE STANFORD BROWN
The European Figure Skating Championships from Innsbruck featuring
The Men's Championship
The leading contenders to succeed Robin Cousins should include the Soviet champion IGOR BOBRIN , a very dramatic skater, and French-man JEAN CHRISTOPHE-SIMOND who on his day is a very fine free skater.
The British champion CHRISTOPHER HOWARTH will be expected to improve considerably on last year's 15th place.
And including news of the Ice Dance Championship Commentator ALAN WEEKS Television presentation
AUSTRIAN TELEVISION SERVICE Producer DAVID KENNING
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