6.40 Unions: International Comparisons: 1. 7.5 Glaciation. 7.30 BART 6: Rail or Road.
9.5 Engineering Craft Studies
2: Changing the Properties
9.38 Science Workshop Materials: 1
Written by EURFRON GWYNNE JONES Presenters DAVID HARGREAVES
MALCOLM MCFEE , LILIAN EVANS with studio guest MAT IRVINE Producer MICHAEL COYLE
with Susan Calland. (Repeat)
10.15 Maths File. Sequences
10.38 Maths Topics
11.0 Words and Pictures A Lost Button
11.17 Read On!
11.40 It's Your Choice
Why We Work
12.5 pm Ensemble
A 24-part French course: 2
with Richard Whitinore and Moira Stuart
Weather JACK SCOTT
(London and SE only: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Lunchtime hosts Donny Macleod and Marian Foster are joined by John Craven who presents his choice of the best children's books that are available on the market. And Diana Dors puts on an apron to become the first guest in a series of Star Chef in which well-known personalities demonstrate their culinary skills.
A See-Saw programme
It's been raining so hard in Greendale that even the letters are wet when Pat comes to collect them. The rain has caused a landslide too - blocking the road. As Ted Glenn says, 'Rain - it makes no end o' work.'
Written by John Cunliffe.
Narration and voices:
Narration and voices:
Designed and directed by:
2.18 Twentieth-Century History Boom and Bust
A Dairy on Your Doorstep
Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus,; God is building a house; Eternal Father (Melita) : Lord of all hopefulness (Slanel); Love divine (Blaenwern); All things bright and beautiful (Royal Oak); Jesu. thou joy of loving hearts (Mary-ton): God. whose city s sure foundation (Westminster Abbey)
Written by PETER JOHN STEPHENS Illustrated by MARGARET GORDON Presenters
Carol Leader , Ben Thomas
Love's Labour Won. Mighty Mouse rides a runaway train.
With JANE ASHER
The Railway Children by E. NESBIT. Today: Part 3
Nigel Starmer-Smith looks at the comparatively new sport of synchro-swimming, sometimes described as ballet in the water.
Janice Long takes part in a much older sport - Dyke Jumping - out of which the modern sport of pole-vaulting developed.
Peter Purves and Daley Thompson try their hand at Karate.
Executive producer HAZEL LEWTHWAITE
Producer BRIAN ROGERS. BBC Manchester
with Paul McDowell
The last of an adventure in three parts based on a JULES VERNE story. Marcel Zodiac is sent as a spy to Steel City. Disguised as a man called Moltke, he gets a job as chief designer to Professor Janus who he finds has constructed a long-range gun that he intends to fire on Fortuna-where Marcels family live.
Story told by JAMES LAURENSON
Presented by DAPHNE JONES
Produced by CZECHOSLOVAK TELEXPORT
with Richard Baker ; 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.
Also with David Parry-Jones
(Regional details as Monday)
starring James Franciscus
Elizabeth Shepherd , Ronald Allen 1942, Malta: Lt Cmdr Tom Jef fords is assigned a vital but dangerous mission-to destroy a German arsenal in Sicily and allow supplies to get through to the British forces in North Africa.
Screenplay by ANTHONY SPINNER ,
DONALD FORD and DEREK FORD from a story by s. s. SCHWEITZER
Produced by LEWIS J. RACHMIL
Directed by PAUL WENDKOS. Films: page 10
Lt Cmdr Tom
Lt Cmdr Tom Jeffords:
Cmdr Roger Ashurst:
A series of eight films 5: Chopped
'As a boy I used to sit at the end of the runway watching the planes land and take off.'
Already in trouble before going solo, the first flying casualty finds the pressures building up. He becomes very good at everything except the landing. The last vital 300 feet before touchdown prove impossible for him to master. His eye and hand co-ordination are just not good enough to acquire the right instinctive feel, which all pilots need. He has to leave.
Film editor DAVID LEE
Producer colin STRONG
Book (same title) £8.95, from retailers
with John Humphrys ; Weatherman
Introduced by Harry Carpenter The Football League Cup
Highlights from one of tonight's Second Round ties.
Commentator DAVID COLEMAN
The 1981 Horse of the Year Show from Wembley Arena The Basildon Bond
Leading Show Jumper )f the Year
Last year MALCOLM PYRAH added his name to the list of winners riding Towerlands Anglezarke and, after winning the silver medal at the European Championships last month, this combination will not give up the title without a fight.
Previous winners HARVEY SMITH and DAVID BROOME are back again also hoping for the title. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY
The Great White Hope
There have been only two white World Heavyweight Champions in the last 50 years - Rocky Marciano, and Ingemar Johansson of Sweden. Since 1959 many have tried and failed but now a genuine prospect has emerged.
GERRY COONEY of New York has won all of his 25 fights, 21 inside the distance, and for months now he has waged a war of words with WBC champion LARRY HOLMES. Cooney is a big man - 6ft 5ins and 16 stone - and is a real threat to the crown of Holmes.
Football FRED VINER
Show Jumping JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Producer jim RESIDE
Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
Join Michael Parkinson and his midweek guests for conversation and entertainment.
Music HARRY STONEHAM
Designer ROSEMARY HESTER