9.35 Encounter: Germany School
9.53 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Schute
10.10 Look and Read The Boy from Space
The Hunt for the Car
10.35 Resource Units: English Eye to Pen to Paper
11.17 Television Club
A School in Time: El Dorado
11.38 Shakespeare in Perspective The Tempest
12.5 pm General Studies Party Lines
2.15 The Music Arcade
7: Folk Tunes and the Violin
Folk songs and music from Ireland and China, featuring the fiddle and its Chinese counterpart, the er-du. Presenters
TIM WHITNALL , LUCIE SKEAPING Children from ST JAMES and ST PETER 'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND
PRIMARY SCHOOL and FALCONBROOK
JUNIOR SCHOOL with BOB WHITE (uilleann pipes) BARRY DRANSFIELD (fiddle) STEVE DENT (bodhran) and THE RAYMOND MAN CHINESE MUSIC
Director AVRIL ROBERTS
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
Notes on Trial
with Johnny Morris and TERRY NUTKINS and) special guest Toyah Willcox.
Toyah, the pop star, meets Toyah the lion-tailed macaque in today's programme. Toyah Willcox was so interested to hear that the baby monkey who appears every week on Animal Magic had been named after her that she accepted an invitation from Johnny and Terry to come to the studio to meet her namesake. Toyah will also have a chance to see another guest, Stromboli the sword-swallower. What's he got to do with animals? Johnny will be asking Stromboli to swallow an endoscope -a device which Terry will also be using in the studio to peep into the world of an ants' nest and a mouse's burrow.
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol
by Alan Janes
Jonah and Zammo are collecting for a present to take to Roland in hospital. And Annette and Fay are determined to see he gets it.
Book, Grange Hill for Sale, Â£4.75, from booksellers
Series devised by:
Grange Hill pupil - Fay Lucas:
Grange Hill pupil - Annette Firman:
Grange Hill pupil - Paul:
Grange Hill pupil - Julia Munro:
Grange Hill pupil - Jimmy Flynn:
Grange Hill pupil - Zammo McGuire:
Grange Hill pupil - Gripper Stebson:
Grange Hill pupil - Jonah Jones:
Grange Hill pupil - Belinda Zowkowski:
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide - South East at Six Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
DAVID DIMBLEBY and FRANK BOUGH report on the news stones that matter and what they mean for the people of Britain, with films and features from the programme s team of reporters nationwide: LUKE CASEY , PATTIE COLDWELL JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG
BILL KERR ELLIOTT , LAURIE MAYER
FRAN MORRISON , MARGARET NELSON MICHAEL WALE , TONY WILKINSON
NICHOLAS WOOLLEY , GLYN WORSNIP
(Regional details as Monday)
A two-part story by Terence Dudley.
Starring Peter Davison
Who is the Unknown?
*Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Sir Robert Muir:
Questionmaster David Coleman
Willie Carson and Bill Beaumont captain two teams of sporting celebrities. David Coleman tests their knowledge of sport's faces, facts and feats, reviving memories of the greatest - and funniestmoments in sport.
Director PETER HAYWARD Producer MIKE ADLEY
Executive producer HAZEL LEWTIIWAITE
Legacy of Murder
A lighthearted thriller in six parts filmed entirely on location starring
Dick Emery and written by JOHN AND STEVEN SINGER 3: Who Do You VooDoo? featuring
Richard Vernon John Horsley and Barry Evans
Two of the people whom Bernie Weinstock has been employed to track down have suddenly died in mysterious circumstances - apparently murdered by a man with a limp. Bernie is now in danger himself. Will he escape and be able to track down the third person, which entails trips to Oxfordshire, Beaulieu and then on to the Caribbean?
Incidental music JACK POINT Make-up artist JILL HAGGER
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Sound recordist STUART MOSER Film editor JOHN DUNSTAN Designer JOHN STOUT
Producer HAROLD SNOAD
* Subtitles on Ceejax page 170
Dr Dingle Jones:
America's comedy hit
Fantasy Borough: part 1 So a cabbie can dream, can't he? After an encounter with the star of a TV series which re-creates people's fantasies, the cabbies decide to do their own version ... starring
Written by BARRY KEMP
Directed by JAMES BURROWS (Part 2 next Tuesday)
Louie de Palma:
special guest stars:
special guest stars:
by BERTOLT BRECHT translated by JOHN WILLETT adapted for television by JOHN WILLETT and ALAN CLARKE
Brecht's first play, set in pre-world War I Germany, depicts scenes from the life of an amoral poet-singer ruthlessly devoted to nis own talent. He loves nature and the universe passionately, but is coldly indifferent to all ordinary human feeling, with devastating results.
Musical director DOMINIC MULDOWNEY f*sauvjDnrVfTA
Designer TONY ABBOTT Sound MIKE JONES Script editor
Producer Louis MARKS Director ALAN CLARKE -
First cab driver:
Second cab driver:
A growing number of people in Britain are coming to believe in the power of the supernatural, their convictions strengthened by the extraordinary experience of being taken over, as they claim, by the Holy Spirit. They speak in unknown tongues, they experience ecstatic states, they enter trance, and they fall unconscious.
Unlike most claims of supernatural activity, these phenomena have a long, respectable Christian history, and can be witnessed - and filmed - by non-believers.
This film reports on the return of the supernatural to British religion, and on the latest scientific experiments designed to reproduce states of religious trance.
Assistant producer minette MARRIN Producer WILLIAM NICUOLSON
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