6.40 Membranes. 7.5 Crystals. 7.M Origins.
9.35 Out of the Past
The Bible and Archaeology ' In the beginning ...' With MEIRION EDWARDS Producers R. DILWYN JONES and SUE WEEKS
Songs, stories and activities designed to stimulate the language development of young children.
Story: The Monkeys and the Moon Today's story is set in India. Some monkeys decide to .save the moon, which they notice has fallen into a well. The plan fails however, and, wetter but not much wiser, they leave the moon to find its own way out.
Presenter vriLi, shilling Puppets ALAN PLATT
Animation BURA AND hardwick Producer MOYRA gambleton
10.16 Look and Read
Archaeologist Digs Again!
10.38 Resource Unit: English In Your Own Words
An Asian Wedding
11.17 Television Club
11.38 Shakespeare in Perspective ' Antony and Cleopatra '
A personal view by AKKA RAEBURN
12.5 pm General Studies The Fix: 2
A look at the drugs scene
Today's programme includes
Family Matters-a regular feature that offers advice on legal, medical, financial and educational matters to every member of every household. The experts are Dr David Delvin , Pat Petch , Brian Jackson and Vincent Duggleby. Plus personalities of the day, and music,
A See-Saw programme A Cold Day
Everybody in Pigeon Street has a cold - until Hugo the cook stumbles upon a cure. with the voices of GEORGE LAYTOK and JOHN TELFER
Music bv RENNI i.ees
Written by michael COLE Designed by ai.an ROGERS Animated by PETER LANG Produced by DAVID YATES
2.14 Encounter: Germany Leisure
2.40 Home Economics Plant Foods
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
finds a classroom in chaos in School Teacher Winnie
with John Grant
The Juniper Cousins
Littlenose's cousins are experts when it comes to playing practical jokes; but they still have one or two lessons to learn!
The last of four programmes which tell the story of a year in the life of a Welsh hill farm. Winter
Do you know how to shampoo a young bullock or groom a sheep? Well, Isla St Clair. found out when she helped the Thomases prepare for the local fatstock show. She shares Christmas with the family, but even then the animals in the barns and on the hill must be fed twice a day.
Title song by RICK kemp DirectorPAUL PIERROT
Producer DAVID TURNBULL
A serial in 13 parts
Sarah-Jane, visiting \New Zealand with her grandfather, has become intrigued with the Maori village destroyed by a volcanic eruption. Tom and his gang are trying to convince the police that Doomy Dwyer is distilling illegal grog for the Maoris.
4: The Tanhvha Written by ROGER Simpson
Executive producer JOHN MCRAN Producer ROGER LE mesuricr Director PETER SHARP
Melissa - Arolu
Sir Charles Pemberton:
with Peter Woods Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
Television's popular current affairs programme presented Monday to Friday by FRANK BOUGH , SUE
LAWLEY RICHARD KERSHAW , HUGH SCULLY and SUE cook.
Rolf Harris introduces half -an-hour of comedy with Tom and Jerrv in Downhearted Duckling and 'Happy Go Ducky Foghorn Leghorn in Raw! Raw! Rooster and Jerky Turkey
Presented by CECIL KORER
America's comedy hit starring
The Great Race
Louie's bragging leads to a contest between himself and Alex to prove who is the greatest cabbie of all time. The prize-an evening with Elaine.
Written by GLEN GORDON CARON Directed by JAMES BURROWS
Louie de Palma:
A series of seven programmes presented by Admiral of the Fleet the Lord Hill-Norton, GCB
'Underhand, unfair and damned un-English.' (BRITISH ADMIRAL, 1902)
The most deadly weapon in two World Wars-the German U-boat almost cut Britain's life-line while us submarines destroyed the Japanese merchant fleet. Today's nuclear-powered craft are true 'submarines' - they can stay underwater indefinitely. The submarine is the capital ship of the Navy.
Director BILL JONES
Producer JOHN DEKKER
The sixth in a series of ten episodes starring
in Friends, Romans, Countrymen by JAMES MITCHELL with .... Now settled in London, Jacks fortunes are still bound up with Gallowshield ...
Series created by JAMES MITCHELL Script editor ZANNA BESWICK Costume CHRISTIAN DYALL Designer RAY CUSICK
Producer DAVID MALONEY Director DAVID REYNOLDS
Single, Dance Ti Thi Daddy (RESL 31), from record shops
de la Motte
with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
by ROBERT MARSHALL
'A hundred years from now they're gonna be looking up at this old master and they're gonna try and imagine what it was like to be alive in the same century Monet painted this.'
Sound ALLAN WILLIAMS Lighting TONY ESCOTT
Designer MICHAEL WRIGHT Producer CHRIS CHERRY
Director ALAN CHARLESWORTH
Norman Foster : Watch this Space
Written and narrated by John Read Norman Foster, one of Britain's most dynamic architects, recently announced plans for a E200 million skyscraper in Hong Kong. This film reflects the personality and achievements of a man who has designed some of the most talked about and spectacular new buildings in Britain, yet still finds time to fly his glider.
' I think buildings are really about Tjeonle. but there should be, some extra ingredients - there should be some joy.'
Film cameraman JOHN ELSE Film editor ROY FRY Producer JOHN READ
The Dark at the End of the Tunnel Bob Wellings looks at the human side of the economic recession.
Figures of 21-million unemployed; a falling Gross Domestic Product and record low levels of industrial production tell very little of what the recession is like in reality.
BOB WELLlNGS talks to people who are closely affected.
Producer SUE AYLING
Executive producer PAUL ELLIS