7.15 The Moonies: Why Join' Why Stay?
7.40 The Dalradian of Banffshire. 9.5 Maths: Quadratic Forms.
A See-Saw programme Presented by SAM DALE Bit by Bit
Which came first, the chicken or the egg, the acorn or the oak? In the story sung by rick JONES , three monkeys try to find the answer.
Story animation MIREK LANG and ANNA FODOHOVA
Directed by MARTIN FISHER
Written and produced by MICHAELCOLE
Focus on Asian arts and artists in multi-racial Britain.
Studio director KEITH BROOK Producer SALEEM SHAHED BBC Birmingha?n
A series of five programmes
Brian Redhead examines some of the implications of the new technological revolution for people in industry today.
3: Towards the Last Frontier
Britain's industrial survival may depend on the readiness of companies to adopt flexible, computer-based manfacturing methods. But flexibility is not just a matter of equipment. It's also a question of attitudes and the ability to come to terms with the human effects of change.
A series of five programmes which looks at a number of language departments that are having some success in their own terms and, in conjunction with the booklet, attempts to suggest why this is so. 1: Archbishop Michael Ramsey School, London
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Booklet, 60p, plus 20p postage and packing, from CILT[address removed] Cheques/postal orders payable to CILT
The last of five films about Spain, with interviews in Spanish. Soria and Antonio Machado
Film cameraman ALAN STEVENS
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Book (same title) providing the full text of the interviews in Spanish, as well as language notes and background material, £2.50, from bookshops
Guide to Everyday Maths
The last of ten programmes to help you brush up your confidence with numbers. Statistics
With RAY LONNEN, MANDY MORE and PETER AUBREY
Sketches by CHRIS MILLER
Production ANNA JACKSON , CHRIS JELLET
Book (same title), £2.50, from bookshops For information about local classes in maths, ring [number removed](England),
[number removed](Scotland), [number removed] (Wales), [number removed]8 (N Ireland), between 9.30 and 5.30, Monday to Friday.
Gaelic for Beginners
Twenty programmes for beginners in Scots Gaelic.
Presented by MAIREAD ROSS
6: Am bi thu a' tighinn an seo trie? With SIMON MACKENZIE , CATRIONA MONTGOMERY, CATHERINE ANNE MAC -PHEE, DONALD SMITH , RHODA MAC DONALD, RORY MACDONALD , ANGUS PETER CAMPBELL
Producer NORMAN MCCANDLISH
Book, records and cassettes (same title), from bookshops
A third series of ten programmes presented by DELIA SMITH Barbecues and Picnics
Nothing encourages the appetite as much as the prospect of eating out of doors. In this programme Delia Smith , with her husband Michael, demonstrates the art of successful barbecuing and also foods suitable for picnics.
Director JENNY STEVENS Producer PETER RIDING.
In the fourth of our journeys through the Christian life, VALERIE FISHER explores the contribution made by silence. Our meditation and prayers are led by R. T. BROOKS.
Director PAUL LOOSLEY
Producer STEPHEN WHITTLE. BBC Manchester
Featuring the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
In this series, which shows artists making original prints, GLYNNE BOYDE HARTE makes a lithograph with printer.STANLEY JONES of the Curwen Studio, and BRENDAN NEILAND with printer ALAN cox. Film editor HOWARD SHARP Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
Book (same title), £9.95, from bookshops
The Martini Ice International from
Queen's Ice Skating Club, London. Britain's Olympic gold medallists Robin Cousins and John Curry , the 1979 World Pairs Champions Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner of the United States, the 1980 World Ice Dance Champions, Kristina Regoczy and Andras Sallay of Hungary are just some of the world's leading skaters who came to London last year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Queen's Ice Skating Club.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Producer DAVID KENNING
Tom and Jerry playing cat and mouse in a selection from the award-winning cartoon films starring Tom the cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called Jerry.
An MGM cartoon
The saga of a land and its people in 12 parts. The epic best-selling novel by JAMES A. MICHENER of the exploration and development of the Great American West.
1: Only the Rocks Live Forever starring
When a French-Canadian, known only as Pasquinel, risked his life in hostile Colorado Indian territory to trade for beaver in the dying years of the 18th century, he discovered a culture at its zenith. Unwittingly, he and his partners, Scottish fugitive Alexander McKeag and St Louis silver-smith Herman Bockweiss , were to be the forerunners of doom for the Indian and his environment.
Written for television by JOHN WILDER Produced by HOWARD ALSTON
Directed by VIRGIL VOGEL
A series of five programmes 4: The Singapore River
At three miles long, the Singapore River can hardly be called one of the world's mightiest! Yet this colourful and crowded stretch of water has been Singapore's heart since the days when her banks sheltered exotic eastern vessels sailing in on the trade winds with opium, silk and spices.
Peter Purves explores the Singapore River and meets the people who are part of its life today. He discovers how the river's history has shaped that of Singapore itself - the ' Crossroads of Asia'.
Written by DOROTHY SMITH
Film editor STEVE NEWSHAM Photography JOHN GOODYER
Executive producer DAVID HARGREAVES Producer SARAH HELLINGS
with John Edmunds ; Weatherman
by JANE AUSTEN dramatised in five parts by FAY WELDON
4: Elizabeth found the manner of Mr Darcy 's proposal insulting and unworthy of a gentleman but now she has learned the truth about Wickham, she grows ashamed of her former, blind prejudice.
Not to switch in to Part 4 would be as unthinkable as not reading the next chapter of a good novel. (FINANCIAL TIMES) Music composed by WILFRED JOSEPHS Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by CYRIL COKE
from Colwyn Bay,
Clwyd Noreen Bray meets and talks to some of the people who live and work in this seaside resort of Colwyn Bay, on the North Wales coast. Gladys Spreadbury and Gertrude Hughes , who are retired missionaries; landscape painter, Maurice Greenwood , and others. They talk about their lives and beliefs, and choose their favourite hymns, which are sung by a united congregation in St John 's Methodist Church.
Lord of the worlds above (Darwall); Spread the table of the Lord (Culbach);
Sometimes a light surprises (Petition); Lead, kindly light (Sandon); Yes, God is good (Williams); I bind unto myself today (St Patrick); Abide with me (Eventide); Not far beyond the sea (Menna) Organist ARTHUR MOSTYN
Conductor ROLAND MORRIS
Producer HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Wales
starring John Wayne
Katharine Ross , Jim Hutton
Fighting oil well fires is not just a job: it is a dirty, dangerous and exhausting way of life. Chance Buckman, leader of the hellfighters, has almost become reconciled to the loss of his wife and daughter because of his job. Then Buckman is injured and his partner, Greg Parker , re-opens old wounds by bringing back his family.
Screenplay by CLAIR BUFFAKER Produced by ROBERT ARTHUR
Directed by ANDREW v. MCLAGLEN Films: page 10
From the 10,000 letters you send in every week
Esther Rantzen brings you some of the zaniest and funniest. And, with reporters
Paul Heiney and Chris Serle , investigates the more bizarre consumer sagas and real-life problems. Also featuring Cyril Fletcher with your odes and oddities of the week, and Richard Stilgoe and his travelling piano go round Britain in search of things ridiculous and unusual to sing about.
Director BOB MARSLAND
Produced by HENRY MURRAY and ESTHER RANTZEN Editor RONALD NEIL
Cyril Fletcher 's Oddities, 11.25, from bookshops
At the heart of the events which make our daily headlines lie deeper concerns: the principles on which our decisions are based, the effective values and beliefs which shape our society.
In this week's filmed report Peter France investigates one such issue, questioning our responses and looking, with those most directly concerned, at the fundamental values behind the news.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Series producer COLIN CAMERON
West Indian parents traditionally believe that children should be ' seen and not heard'. Mavis Nicholson brings old and young West Indians living in South East London together to talk about it.
Film editor SHELAGH BRADY
Producer IAN WOOLF
Neptune - the Mysterious Giant
Neptune, the outermost of the giant planets, has been known for well over a century, but our knowledge of it is still meagre. With its gaseous surface, its quick rotation and its large satellite, Triton, it is of tremendous interest.
Patrick Moore and Dr Garry Hunt discuss what is known about Neptune and what future researches may tell us when Voyager 2 passes this ' outermost giant' in 1989. Producer PIETER MORPURGO
The Sky at Night 7, £2.25, from bookshops