6.40 Currents 7.5 Conquest of the Air.
7.30 Pathways in the Brain.
9.5 Higher Education
What Use is a Degree?
9.38 Science Workshop Floating: 1
Written by EURFRON GWYNNE JONES Presenters DAVID HARGREAVES MALCOLM MCFEE , LILIAN EVANS
Guests DAVID AND CAROL ANN HICKS
Producer JOHN CHAPPLE
Series producer MICHAEL COYLE
10.40-10.45 Mindstretchers Solution: Houses
11.0 Words and Pictures
My Uncle Charlie
11.17-11.37 Today and Tomorrow The Mighty Micro
12.5 pm Ensemble
A 24-part French course for beginners: 22
Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Joining the regular team in the foyer, Michael Smith in his series Just Desserts, turns his attentions to sumptuous ideas for ' afters
Book, Just Desserts, £1.25 from booksellers
2.1 Watch. Moses in Egypt
2.18 Twentieth.Century History Mr Kennedy and Mr Khrushchev
Outward Bound: Town Trail
A programme for children under 5 Story: Dog's Moving Day by MARION GREEN Presenters
Elizabeth Millbank, Don Spencer
starring Brian Cant with Pam Ellis , Alex Norton , Heather Williams and Jonathan Cohen and the Play Away Band
Musical arrangements by JONATHAN COHEN Director ANNE GOBEY. Producer ANNE REAY
The first of nine programmes
The return of the nature magazine with the latest news and information on our wildlife, with Su Ingle and Mike Jordan
Su goes badger-watching at night and discovers it's not difficult to tempt badgers into your back garden.
What chance have you of hearing a nightingale sing? Quite good, if you know where to go at this time of year.
And why you should be extra careful before lighting a bonfire - you might have a hedgehog in it!
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six
Points West, South Today Spotlight South West and at 6.25
News, views and background to current events presented this evening by SUE LAWLEY and RICHARD KERSHAW
LONDON Up a Gum Tree
with David Bellamy. Five films exploring the strange landscapes of Australia, where evolution has produced many surprises.
4: Fire Down Below
SOUTH WEST Torrey Canyon
Today The Torrey Canyon rammed the Seven Stones reef 15 years ago and caused widespread pollution.
Underwater camera team Laurie Emberson and Jeff Goodman show how nature is claiming her.
SOUTH The Islanders
2: Beer and Sand: This week
Dennis Skillicorn travels to tne seaside town of Ventnor where he visits the local brewery and spends a day on the beach.
WEST The Forest of Dean
The first of three films about different parts of the West Country and how the English countryside is standing up to the demands of the 1980s.
Presented by Peter Brown
MIDLANDS Sounds Local
Tonight Radio WM, introduced by Malcolm Stent with PETE BODDIS ,
MIDLAND YOUTH JAZZ QUARTET and PATSY POWELL AND THE GOODTIMERS.
EAST Focus John Timpson has Rough Justice: John been inside the country's most overcrowded prison at Bedford
Built to house 150 inmates the jail now holds well over twice that number, with up to four men sharing a cell designed for one.
NORTH WEST Outlook
Peter Oppenheimer examines the problems faced by particular parts of the region and discusses with mps concerned how the depression can be made to recede. 4: Lancashire
NORTH EAST The Green-Striped Programme: Tune in Tonight
Another rhyme from Newcastle
A different colour too
Our new-style modern magazine
Is just the thing for you.
NORTH The Unquiet Coast
From the Humber to the Wash
The little known story of this restless and often surprising coastline is told by Lincolnshire-born David Robinson who explains its chequered history and shows some of its rare and beautiful wildlife.
Diane Baker , Greg Morris
Dr Ross fears that Los Angeles is on the brink of a diphtheria epidemic. He appeals to the police for help in tracing a dead woman's contacts but Captain Benson is only interested in finding the killer of two of his patrolmen.
Written byDAVID p. HARMON
Director BERNARD MCEVEETY. Films: p 14
Dr Larry Ross:
Dr Tracey Morrow:
Police Capt Benson:
Sgt Phil' Sharkey' Gold:
Dr Carlos Madera:
with Richard Baker and the BBC's reporters Weatherman
No one loves Louie except his girl-friend Zena. And even Zena sometimes goes off him. starring
Written by KEN ESTIN
Directed by JAMES BURROWS
Louie de Palma:
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
European Football: The Cup Winners' Cup Final
The Spanish side Barcelona, who won the trophy in 1979, will enjoy passionate support in their own stadium which is the venue for the opening ceremony of the World Cup Finals and has a capacity of 125,000. Five members of the Spanish World Cup squad are in the side which knocked out Tottenham Hotspur in the semi-finals.
Their Belgian opposition have never won a European competition but include the Dutch star Aarie Haan in their line-up.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES
The Embassy World Professional
The Crucible Theatre will be packed tonight for the start of the second semi-final over 31 frames.
TV presentation: Football SPANISH TV SERVICE. Snooker NICK HUNTER Producer JIM RESIDE
Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
Wordsworth lamented the coming of steam locomotion to the Lake District he loved. The trains remain, and have been joined by jet aircraft. The landscape is perfect for military low-flying exercises.
The RAF knows that jet aircraft flying 250 feet above the ground at eight miles a minute are unwelcome visitors. Brian Redhead and Frank Mellor ask why people have to put up with this. Director TONY WILKIE-MILLAR Producer GERALD HARRISON