9.8 Going to Work
9.33 A Good Job with Prospects Real Estate
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them. I'm a Little Teapot
JENNIFER WILSON takes TESSA, JANE, STUART and ADAM to visit a pottery, and they return to school with some creative ideas.
Director JILL GLlNDON REED Producer ROY THOMPSON
The First You and Me Book. £2.85 from booksellers
10.15 Music Time
10.38 Resource Units: History The Greeks
The Sea, the Sea!
11.0 Merry-go-Round Travellers
The Open Road
JANE COLLINS explores the Great North Road and learns about the age of the stage-coach.
Series producer EDWARD MAYWARD
The Story of Chen Ping
11.42 General Studies
3: The Future for Industry?
According to some experts the growth in the world market for electronics is likely to rise by nearly ten per cent each year. The programme looks at the work being done by companies involved in the high technology business. MARK ROGERSON , the BBC's Economics Correspondent, comments on some of the issues raised. Producer BRUCE JAMSON
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
Weather ANNE PURVIS
(London and SE only: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Donny MacLeod , Marian Foster and David Freeman are hosts to another lively show from the Pebble Mill foyer.
And in Travelchoice Ian Lyon discusses travel deals around Britain.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Birmingham
A See-Saw programme.
2.1 Words and Pictures Meg on the Moon
2.18 Look, Look and Look Again 2: Living Images
A class of Yorkshire children use a living model to bring to life a character from fiction, and then try their hand at figure drawing. .Series producer GEOFF WILSON Producer JUDITH MILES
2.40 Out of the Past
The Geordy Lamp
A series of ten programmes presented by DELIA SMITH
4: Casseroles and Braised Dishes
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS
Producer PETER RIDING
discovers that robot duplicates of him are committing dastardly crimes in: Five is a Crowd
with Jan Francis
Bravo Baltasar by jo RICE
It was Paco's greatest ambition to ride his donkey Baltasar in the procession for the Feast of the Virgin. But he could never afford the special clothes, and anyway Baltasar was lame ... Today: Part 1
The fourth of six plays The Blacksmith's Son by BEN STEED
When Prince Siegfried promises the hand of his daughter, Princess Gilda, to Baron Felderhoff in return for the protection of his Kingdom, there seems little hope for her true-love, a mere blacksmith's son ...
Designer ERIC WALMSLEY
Producer ANGELA BEECIIING Director DAVID CRICHTON
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with Simon Groom , Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Throughout the week Frank Bough , Sue Lawley, Hugh Scully and Sue Cook bring you the issues that matter and the topics that entertain in London and the South East with LAURIE MAYER. FRAN MORRISON and MARGARET NELSON at the Newsdesk.
At 6.25 the Nationwide team in London links up with BBC studios and reporting teams around Britain.
Including Monday's regular feature
Watchdog See page 83
Producers UNO FERRARI, PHILIP HARDING MIKE HOGAN. RICHARD TAIT Editor ROGER BOLTON
starring Peter Davison
A four-part story by Terence Dudley
Will Bigon Help the Doctor?
(Next episode on Tuesday at 7.5 pm)
A Doctor Who exhibition is currently at Madame Tussaud 's, London; single record (RESL 80) with colour sleeve of Peter Davison, available from retailers
Another chance to see the original series starring one of television's most popular private eyes.
Sleight of Hand Jim sees a ladyfriend home, but moments after entering her house she disappears without a trace as if by black magic, leaving him completely mystified!
Directed by WILLIAM WIARD
Produced by STEPHEN j. CANNELL
Presented by Robert Kee
Reporters MICHAEL COCKERELL RICHARD LINDLEY , DAVID LOMAX TOM MANGOLD , JEREMY PAXMAN PETER TAYLOR , PHILIP TIBENIIAM
Deputy editor ELWYN PARRY JONES Editor GEORGE CAREY
with John Humphrys Weatherman
by ROY CLARKE starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde in A Bicycle Made for Three
Finding themselves unexpectedly in a country ditch, Foggy. Clegg and Compo decide that one standard gents bicycle doesn't really meet their combined transportation needs. They set about constructing two further bicycles from spare parts and rigorously road-testing them for design faults.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR
Film editor GLENN HYDE
Studio lighting JOHN GREEN
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER
Produced by ALAN J. W. BELL
* Subtitles on Ceejax page 170
Alan J. W.
A series filmed over nine months inside Thames Valley Constabulary. Pop Festival
Every August Bank Holiday thousands of rock fans invade the Reading streets. Policing the event is a major operation involving the men of ' E ' Division, aided by the Thames Valley Support Group and the Drugs Squad. There is always the chance that a single ' stop and search ' may lead to the discovery of a major drugs ring.
Film editor DAVID BARRETT Sound MALCOLM HIRST
Filmed and directed by CHARLES STEWART Producer ROGER GRAEF
Series editor JOHN SHEARER BBC Bristol
Guest presenter Glyn Worsnip
Body Heat: a dramatic thriller starring William Hurt as a Florida lawyer drawn into a sensual. adulterous affair which leads to murder.
Fort Apache, The Bronx: Paul Newman plays a compassionate cop in New York's violent, lawless 41st Precinct.
MUNDY ELLIS presents a round-up of news from the movie world, with comments from Sting, who is on location at Shepperton Studios for his first starring role in Brimstone and Treacle.
Director JANE LUSII
Producer MARGARET SHARP
Five acts of sabotage on civvy street - class-war pranks which peppered the peacetime propriety of little Boghampton-by-the-Sea. Norman Rosslngton and Roland Curram in 3: Dung from a Rocking Horse by TED WALKER
The series is set in the era when the Baling comedy idiom so entranced cinema audiences. Writer, players and producer successfully recapture the style and innocence of that far-away genre.
(THE DAILY TELEGRAPH)
Producer COLIN rose. BBC Bristol
— Open Evening at the Middle School
Are you afraid that if you go to a parents' evening you won't find your way around, or know what to say?