7.5 Beginning M101.
7.30 Technology - Facts are Not Enough
9.0 A Good Job with Prospects How I Got Where I am Today
What is a career? How do you plan one? A look at what is involved as seen through the eyes of a bank manager, an architect and an office manager turned pop singer.
Director ANDY WALKER
Series producer RONALD SMEDLEY
9.30 Physical Science
9.52 Read On! 5: Journey On
VICKI LUKE and GORDON ASTLEY investigate travel reading - what you might have to read before the journey starts and what you can read ' on the move'. Producer GEOFF WILSON
10.15 Music Time. Copycats
10.38 Maths Topics. Geometry: 5 Locus 4, Area 1-4
Animation by STEWART HARDY FILMS
Devised by IAN HARRIS and COLIN WINTER Produced by DAVID ROSEVEARE
Keep up with the Times: 7 and The Odyssey: 5
My Clothes: Charlotte helps her dad sort out some clothes, and has fun trying them on. Illustrations MARTINA SELWAY
Puppet animation BURA AND HARDWICK Director RICCI CROWTHER Producer ROY THOMPSON
Espionage: Fact and Fiction 2: The Spy Thriller
Writers FREDERICK FORSYTH, ANTHONY BURGESS, TED ALLBERY, BRIAN FREEMANTLE and NICHOLAS LUARD discuss the popularity of this genre and explore the links between spy novels and the real world of espionage. Producer BRUCE JAMSON
Weather FRANK GREENE
with Donny MacLeod , Marian Foster Bob Langley and Jonathan Fulford In the final part of the film series MacLeod in Japan, reporter DONNY MACLEOD reflects on his extensive wanderings throughout Japan and attempts to make sense of the confusing, often conflicting, impressions formed by his stay there.
A See-Saw programme
Mr Strong and Mr Happy
2.1 Words and Pictures
The Lion Who Wished
2.18 Geography: Europe from the Air. Clusters
2.40 Going to Work. No Job Yet?
Ways in which the young unemployed can be helped, especially by the Manpower Services Youth Opportunities Programme. Produced by PAUL MITCHELL.
With JOHN THAW
Ten programmes for and about parents who are concerned about the way they treat their young children.
5: It's for his Own Good ...
Viewers in Scotland only who want help and advice can ring [number removed]
changes bodies with a martian in Flying Saucer Sorcerer
with Julie Dawn Cole The Bears Upstairs by DOROTHY HAAS
' Wendy craned her neck. trying to see the face under tke cowboy hat. It wasn't possible! ... A furry paw - it was a paw! - reached up and lifted the hat. The bear who wore it bowed: " I am called Otto, and this is Ursula, ma'am! " ' Part 1
A series in five parts by Bob Block
Rentaghost becomes Rentananny when Mr Claypole and Hazel the McWitch go into the nursery business, but extra help is needed so Tamara, a nanny ghost, arrives. Mr and Mrs Meaker find it difficult living with a panto horse - and their neighbours find it difficult living next door!
Book (same title), Â£3.85, from bookshops
Hazel the McWitch:
with Simon Groom , Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
Assistant editor JOHN ADCOCK Editor BIDDY BAXTER
with Richard Baker Weatherman
The live current affairs magazine programme which links London with the BBC's regional studios throughout Britain.
Frank Bough, Sue
Lawley Richard Kershaw , Hugh Scully and Sue Cook , are the team that each weekday presents the features and films that make up the scene Nationwide.
Including Watchdog presented by HUGH SCULLY See page 71
Producers ANDREW CLAYTON , LINO FERRARI IAN SQUIRES , RICHARD TAIT
Deputy editor ANDREW TAUSSIG Editor HUGH WILLIAM *
A serial in 26 parts by LUANSHYA GREER, starring Kate O'Mara , Michael Craig and Larry Lamb with Diana Coupland
13: After the death of his wife, Charles Woodhouse returns to the ship and Captain Anderson, among others, discovers he has changed....
Music composed by JOHNNY PEARSON Script editor TED RHODES
Produced by BILL SELLARS Directed by MARC MILLER
Book (same title), from bookshops from 26 March
William Shatner as Captain Kirk Leonard Nimoy as Mr Spock This week: Wink of an Eye
Captain Kirk usually has sound reasons for his actions, but never more so than when the high-pitched insect hum, which he had previously noticed on the distressed planet of Scalos, pervades the Enterprise.
Written by ARTHUR HEINIMANN
Directed by JUDD TAYLOR
Captain Kirk Leonard
Who's Afraid of Rupert Murdoch ? At 49, the Australian millionaire is set to become one of the world s most powerful press tycoons. His critics say he makes and breaks politicians, he fires editors who don't fit, and relies on sex and scandal to sell some of his newspapers. He is derided as ' the Dirty Digger' as a result of his page three nudes in The Sun, yet hailed as the brilliant saviour of our ailing press. In Britain his controversial bid for The Times, its supplements and The Sunday Times, have led to unprecedented legal safeguards for editorial freedom.
Elwyn Parry-Jones accompanies Rupert Murdoch on a visit to his Australian newspapers, talks to his critics and supporters and from New York reports on a bitter newspaper war prompted by Murdoch's brash tactics.
David Dimbleby , in a live studio interview with RUPERT MURDOCH , questions his methods and motives.
Producer JANE DRABBLE Editor ROGER BOLTON
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Starring Stuart Whitman, Brigitte Fossey
In an attempt to hide his past as a forger of 'masterpieces', painter Eric Seward leaves America for Spain and fakes his own death. But when he rescues a young girl from attempted suicide, complications arise. He is forced to resume painting to earn a living - fact which leads to his discovery by a fraudulent art dealer, who would prefer Seward genuinely dead.
Films: p 11 (First showing on British television)
with Barry Norman
Alec Guinness and Ricky Schroder star in a new screen version of Little Lord Fauntleroy, the classic story of a boy brought up in America who becomes heir to a British title.
The controversial Raging Bull finally opens later this week, with Robert de Niro as boxing champion Jake La Motta.
On location Albert Finney and Martin Sheen offer an unusual insight into their forthcoming film Loophole, the story of a remarkable robbery.
Director JANE LUSH
Producer ROGER MACDONALD
A series of ten programmes 6:Thematics
Produced by JOHN PERCIVAL