6.40 Home: Castle or Cage? 7.5 Tectonics and the Red Sea. 7.30 Latin Squares.
It's All Right: 3
10.12 Words and Pictures Sing a Song
City of Newcomers
10.50 Mind Stretchers
3: Calendars - the Problem
11.2 Science All Around
Food and Nutrition: 2
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (Repeat)
11.40 Resource Units 11-13:
Religious and Moral Education A Different Road
ANITA HARRIS, NORMAN CROUCHER , OBE, and THE REV VIC JACKOPSON recall how they coped with upheavals in their lives. Producer JOHN CHAPPLE
23: Was sind Sie von Beruf?
In the last of the series A Fine Kettle of Fish Michael Smith offers more tips on how to prepare seafood dishes.
2.1 Watch. North American Indians: Growing Up
LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and JAMES EARL ADAIR make a cradleboard for a papoose and learn how to communicate with sign language and picture writing. The Indian legend of ' Saynday and the Sun' is retold with the help of the BLACK
THEATRE OF LONDON
Producer TOM STANIER
2.18 Near and Far. Deserts
2.45 Descubra: Espana
Spanish language resource series 2: Vistas de provincia
Life and the land in Plasencia and Logrono; Vida diaria; Frutos del campo; Tierra riojana Commentary
ISABEL SOTO, CARLOS RIERA Producer JOHN PRESCOTT THOMAS
by E. NESBIT , dramatised in six parts by JULIA JONES
After Mabel became visible again, Gerald tried the ring, and found that at night he could see the statues in the Castle gardens come alive. However, things started to go wrong when Eliza, the maid, found the ring and put it on. 3: Magic Life
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Director DOROTHEA BROOKING
The latest news and information on our wildlife with Su Ingle and Michael Jordan
The adder is the most common of Britain's three snakes, and the only poisonous one. Mating takes place at this time of year, and today Mike looks at an intimate part of the adder courtship never before filmed-the dance of the adders.
Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed-Su finds some unusual visitors at a bird table-red squirrels.
And join Su and Mike as they go on a mini safari after the animals and plants that live on an ordinary city wall.
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol
Introduced by TONY HART An animation series The Dog Show
Animators PETER LORD and DAVID SPROXTON Producer PATRICK DOWLING
with Kenneth Kendall 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 HUGH SCLLLY and SUE COOK
Including: Airliner for the 80s
Bernard Clark reports on the BAe 146, Britain's new short-haul jet, designed to set new standards of noise control and fuel economy on the world's air routes. 3: The Wraps Come Off
(Regional details as Monday)
Adventure in Satan's Canyon
Little does young Rob Scott realise that the training he receives in handling kayaks is to result in a race for life through the turbulent rapids of the rugged Great North West.
A WALT DISNEY production
Rob Scott DAVID:
Ranger Jack Hughes:
The last of the series by JOHN KANE , starring
Terry Scott , June Whitfield
With rumours of redundancy floating round the office, Terry becomes conscious of his age image.
Designer FIONA COMRIE
Producer PETER WHITMORE
Sir Dennis Hodge:
with Jim Dale, Christopher Reeve, Lauren Bacall, Nicol Williamson, Lumpy Goldberg, Joe Papp, Mayor Ed Koch, Priscilla Lopez, Fr George Moore, Clive Barnes, Ted Hook, John Simon, Curtis Sliwa and The Guardian Angels, The Ladies of the Cedarhurst Sephardic Temple
Broadway, the avenue, snakes through the length of Manhattan but it is the few hundred yards where it meets Times Square and bisects 42nd Street that inspired the numerous songs celebrating the most glamorous theatre district in the world. Barry Norman takes a wry look at Broadway today.
The glamour is still there: never more so than at the opulent first night supper for "The Pirates of Penzance" with Linda Ronstadt or at Milton Goldman's star-studded party. But Broadway is equally renowned for its drug pedlars and muggers, its strip joints and prostitutes.
Barry Norman encounters some of the characters who inhabit this remarkable square mile. Photography JOHN ELSE
Film editor DAVID THOMAS Assistant producer CHARLES MILLER
Producer IAIN JOHNSTONE
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
Sink or Swim
Twenty million people cross the English Channel every year; tonight's programme is about the battle to grab a share of that lucrative market. The casualties are high; the price war that began last year, on top of the French fishermen's blockade, caused three companies to go bust and many others to lose money.
Kieran Prendiville tries to find out who started the price war-and looks at the future of the hovercraft, threatened by rising prices and predatory ferry companies. Michael Rodd talks to Michael Bosworth of British Rail about the Government's proposal to sell Sealink off to private business - and the possibility that it may fall into the hands of its biggest rival, European Ferries. And The Risk Business previews a brand new cut-price service starting in three weeks time which, its Scandinavian owners claim, will revolutionise the cross-channel experience.
Film editor KEITH WILTON
Studio director CHARLES HUFF
Assistant producer TERESA HUNT
Executive producer JONATHAN CRANE Producer J. PETER KINKEAD
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
The top events, personalities and stories in sport, tonight featuring a double bill of top soccer action:
Home International Championship
England v Wales from Wembley Stadium
Eight years have passed since Wales suffered defeat at Wembley, yet they haven't won the championship outright for over 40 years. The formbook again points to another close encounter tonight - Mike England's side has a 100 per cent record in its four World Cup qualifying matches, but the England team has still to produce the consistency essential to manager Ron Green wood's plans for Spain in 1982. Commentator BARRY DAVIES UEFA Cup Final
AZ 67 Alkmaar v Ipswich Town
After faltering in the run-in to the two major domestic competitions, tonight's vital second leg match in Amsterdam is the last chance for honours in a memorable season for Bobby Robson 's men. Commentator JOHN MOTSON
Football television presentation: Wembley FRED VINER
UEFA Cup DUTCH TV SERVICE
Producers JIM RESIDE, JOHN ROWLINSON
with Robert Kee
A weekly look at what is new, controversial and entertaining in the world of paperback books - and paperback writers.
One of tonight's guests is the novelist Fay Weldon , who will review her own novel Puff ball, which is a witty and frightening account of superstition and sexuality in the English countryside.
Research DOROTHY SPOKES, KATE MEYNELL Producers
ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES , JULIAN JEBB