6.40 Ethereal Fallacies? 7.5 Maths Methods: Newton's Law. 7.30 Classical Greece: Land and Sea.
9.8 Going to Work. Where the Money Comes From. How industry contributes to our wealth. Producer PAUL MITCHELL
9.33 A Good Job with Prospects
The Insurers. Everybody needs insurance at some time: a look at the work and prospects of five people employed in this business. Narrator ROBERT GARY Producer JILL SHEPPARD
The House that Fred Built
10.15 Music Time
7: Sound Maps
10.38 Resource Units: History The Military Machine
Stone Age Village
Talkabout Mrs Wobble the Waitress
11.42 General Studies Party Lines
Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart Weather JIM BACON
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News. Headlines with subtitles)
Travelchoice: Ian Lyon describes holiday deals in the Far East.
2.1 Words and Pictures
Too Much Noise
2.18 Look, Look and Look Again
4: Pattern in Place. Banbury schoolchildren look at the textures and patterns of the natural world in the forest and on the seashore. Producer GEOFF WILSON
2.40 Out of the Past
Charles Dickens : 2
(Bleak House: part 4, R4 tomorrow 3.2)
Written and illustrated by LEO LIONNI Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Brian Cant
with Bernard Holley
Jonny Briggs and the Giant Cave by JOAN EADINGTON
Jonny Briggs 's class had a new teacher, Miss Mills, who gave them a project about the Stone Age-they were to build a giant cave! 1: The Big Plan
Book, Jonny Briggs and the Giant Cave, £4.75 hardback, 85p paperback, from booksellers
with Moira Stuart Weatherman
Presented during the week by Frank Bough , Sue Lawley Hugh Scully and Sue Cook 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 reporters around Britain.
Including Monday's regular feature:
Watchdog See page 83
Producers LINO FERRARI. PHILIP HARDING MIKE HOGAN , RICHARD TAIT Editor ROGER BOLTON
Starring Peter Davison
A two-part story by Terence Dudley
What is the secret of the well-furnished cell?
(For cast see tomorrow at 7.5)
*Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
The Yellow Rose
Maverick wins some livestock in a poker game with an itinerant
Chinese. Unfortunately his winnings turn out to be two-legged and female, thus inflaming an already passionately divided Sweet-water in the middle of its first election on the issue of women s suffrage.
Written by LEE DAVID ZLOTOFF Directed by WILLIAM WIARD
West's most famous gambler:
M L Springer:
Presented by Robert Kee
The issues, the people, and the stories that matter, reported by television's top journalists: MICHAEL COCKERELL
RICHARD LINDLEY , DAVID LOMAX
TOM MANGOLD , JEREMY PAXMAN PETER TAYLOR , PHILIP TIBENHAM
Deputy editor ELWYN PARRY JONES Editor GEORGE CARET
with John Humphrys ; Weatherman
Adapted from her own novel by ANDREA NEWMAN
A serial in four parts starring Isla Blair
Christopher Blake , Joanna David
1: Alexa, a successful London journalist, receives an SOS letter from her old friend Christine, and agrees to visit her at her home in the depths of the country. Christine is overjoyed to see her, but Paul, her husband, is less than pleased.
Incidental music by MIKE MORAN Script editor SUSAN A. MCGREGOR Film editor GRAHAM WALKER Photography MAURICE FISHER Designer JUDY STEELE
Producer COLIN SHINDLER Director LAURENCE MOODY
A series filmed over nine months inside Thames Valley Constabulary Traffic
Most of us think we drive well. The experience of traffic officers, patrolling night and day on motorways and major roads, gives them a different view. So, besides highspeed driving skills and the ability to deal with the aftermath of serious accidents, traffic patrolmen require great tact and diplomacy.
Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE Sound MALCOLM 11IRST
Production manager DAVID PEARCE
Producers ROGER GRAEF , CHARLES STEWART Series editor JOHN SHEARER. BBC Bristol
with guest presenter Tina Brown
Absence of Malice: Paul Newman is the innocent victim of a newspaper campaign led by journalist Sally Field.
Taps: George C. Scott and Timothy Hutton star in this story of rebellion in a boys' military academy. Also, DAVID THOMAS presents a round-up of news, including a report on the filming of Who Dares Wins, starring Judy Davis and Lewis Collins.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JUDY LINDSAY
A portrait of Sir Geraint Evans
The famous Welsh baritone is gradually retiring from the world's opera stages. He was filmed, at work and relaxing, in San Francisco, the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, and at his home in Wales. Sir Geraint sings some of the best-known arias of his 35-year career.
Reporter VINCENT KANE
Producer JEFFREY IVERSON