6.40 The Moonics. 7.5 After the Earth-, quake. 7.30 Telecommunication Networks
9.5 Technical Studies
Ten programmes showing how basic concepts in manufacturing technology are used in modern industry. Narrator DEREK COOPER 9: Microelectronics
This programme explains the principles of microelectronic controls and information systems. It explains how a microprocessor works and what is required to exploit its use in industry. It shows some of the areas where microelectronic systems are used and describes the advantages and reasons for their use.
Series producer BRIAN DAVIES Producer ROBERT ALBURY
9.35 Maths File
9.58 Let's Go
8: Let's Go to the Doctor
10.12 Words and Pictures Trog and his Axe
10.30 Japan: The Crowded Islands Factory
11.2 Everyday Maths
Say it with Figures: 1
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
With Vicki Luke.
11.40 Resource Unit: English Eye to Pen to Paper
12.5 pm Kontakte
Weather JACK SCOTT
With DONNY MACLEOD , MARIAN FOSTER BOB LANGLEY and JONATHAN FULFORD Television's ' live' and liveliest magazine programme presents its own inimitable brand of entertainment from the foyer of Pebble Mill.
EditorJIM DUMIGHAN BBC Birmingham
A See-Saw programme.
Music from the series (record REC 314, cassette ZCM 314), from record shops
2.18 Twentieth-Century History The Road to Berlin
2.40 Read On!
8: Words of Tomorrow
Have you ever been upset or annoyed or hurt by a rude shop assistant, bus conductor or passer-by? Today viewers in Scotland only can ring [number removed]for further information
A second series of programmes presented by DELIA SMITH Cheese
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer PETER RIDING
Story: Splodges and Squares by Joanne Cole.
foils Yellow Pinkie's plot to rule the earth in Gotd Rushed
with Ann Morrish
Shadow at Apptegarth by MARY COCKETT
3: The Fern Kingdom
Story, Arabel's Raven (record REC 292, cassette ZCM 292), from record shops
with Tony Hart
Black bursting bubbles, eggs with faces, ping-pong ball models, a satellite and a close encounter with a visitor from the Milky Way. with Morph and The Tin Pots.
Director JANE TARLETON
Producer CHRIS PILKINGTON
Executive producer MOLLY COX
If you're aged 15 or under. Take Hart, BBC Television Centre, London W3 6XZ. is the address to send paintings for the gallery. There's a prize for any that are shown, as long as you put your name, age and address; but were sorry we can't promise to return any.
by BERNARD ASHLEY
The last of six parts dramatised by ALAN ENGLAND
Patsy messed up her first performance in the play, and now she has run away from Joe and the others. She has reached the Thanet Way - the road to Margate - but Eddie and Kenny have just arrived on the boat.
Sound JOHN TELLICK
Photography COLIN MUNN
Film editor DON FAIRSERVICE
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Director ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER
Man in house:
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
In which Britain learns what's happening from studios throughout the country. Linked live from London by FRANK BOUGH
SUE LAWLEY, RICHARD KERSHAW and SUE cook
A series in 26 parts by LUANSHYA GREER starring
Kate O'Mara , Michael Craig and Larry Lamb
22: Tony makes another contact with Collier Brown and an arrest is made ... *
starring James Stewart with Fabian Glynis Johns , Billy Mumy and Brigitte Bardot as herself
Robert Leaf - absent-minded professor and poet - teaches at Coronia College and lives on an ancient ferryboat in San Francisco Bay. Dedicated to the Arts, he is greatly disturbed when his
8-year-old son, Erasmus, proves to be a mathematical prodigy and a genius at picking winning horses! Further problems arise, however, when Erasmus develops a crush on Brigitte Bardot ...
Screenplay by HAL KANTER based on a novel by JOHN HAASE
Produced and directed by HENRY KOSTER Films: page 13
with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
The top events, personalities and stories in sport, featuring:
The Greyhound TV Trophy Final live from Perry Barr , Birmingham. Six of the leading long-distance greyhounds in the country, who qualified from last week's heats, compete over half a mile for the famous trophy and prize money of £2,000.
International Boxing from Wembley Arena
Action from last night's Levene/ Duff promotion which featured Britain's top two middleweights against opponents from across the Atlantic. ALAN MINTER was matched with ERNIE SINGLETORY from Philadelphia, while TONY SIBSON faced Puerto Rican NICK
Plus news and results of tonight s European Cup football.
Greyhound Trophy JOHN SHREWSBURY Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Producers JIM RESIDE, JOHN ROWLINSON
Gravesend 64701 A report by Peter Williams .
Every month 200 people in the Kentish town of Gravesend need help from the Social Services Department. Some of their problems are slight. Others are as serious and tragic as child battering. But identifying a child who is 'at risk' involves a series of complex decisions based on knowledge, experience and instinct. When should the child be removed if at all? And what can equip a person to remove a child from his or her parents?
PETER WILLIAMS follows social workers as they face a series of dilemmas and talks to the children's parents. He examines the impact of the Government's cut-backs, not least on the training of the social workers and the morale of the people attempting to carry out a confused and confusing job in society.
Editor RON RADDON
Producer PAUL ANDERSEN
Michael Parkinson and his midweek guests for conversation, entertainment and the occasional surprise.
Music HARRY STONEHAM
Designer STEPHEN SCOTT
Programme associate CHRIS GREENWOOD Assistant producers
GRAHAM LINDSAY , GILL STRIBLING-WRIGHT Director BRUCE MILLIARD Produced by JOHN FISHER
The Parkinson Interview with Peter Sellers (record REH 402, cassette ZCR 402), from record shops