9.10 A Good Job with Prospects Health Service Technician
9.38 Going to Work Mail Order
10.15 Music Time
Christmas Carols: 1
10.38 British Social History
Man Made the Slave
Our Place: City
Two of Everything
11.42 General Studies
Economics: The Money Supply
Inflation, PSBR, monetarism, fiscal policy ... what does the economic jargon really mean? PETER OPPEN-
HEIMER tries to explain some of the mysteries, and talks to the RT
HON DENIS HEALEY. MP, about the options open to a Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Producer GEOFF WILSON
12.10 pm Play It Safel
7: Everyday Hazards
Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Donny MacLeod , Marian Foster ,
Marjorie Lofthouse and Bob Langley are this week's presenting team of the topical and enter. taining lunchtime magazine pro
.eramme. And Frank, Delaney visits Pebble Mill today for his weekly chat about books and authors.
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
A See-Saw programme. (Repeat)
2.1 Words and Pictures Run, Rabbit, Run
Mr Rabbit helps a little girl to decide on a present for her mother's birthday - something red, yellow, green and blue.
Presenter VICKY IRELAND Puppets ALAN PLATT
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
How did people live in the 17th century? And how did events in Britain affect their lives? Roundheads and Cavaliers
The Civil Warand its consequences. Presenter LORAIN BERTORELLI Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN 2.40 The Music Arcade
7: The Guitar
Guitarist PAUL GALBRAITH, finalist in Young Musician of the Year 1982, talks about and plays the guitar. Some more songs from the pantomime ' Harlequinade Presenters
TIM WHITNALL, LUCIE SKEAPING with children from OUR LADY OF LOURDES PRIMARY SCHOOL Director JUDITH MILES
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
A cartoon series Gypsy Life
Mighty Mouse zooms to the rescue as he hears the cries of a gypsy dancer carried through the air by a monstrous bat
Around 5,000 children entered the Writing Competition this year, and each day this week Tony Aitken will be presenting the winning entries.
Today's subject is Travel, and Tonys guest is Wendy Padbury. 0 BACK PAGE: 94
at the Laughter Factory for a jaunty jamboree of jokes and jingles with Christopher LiUlcrap
Tony Maiden and Su Pollard
Today's totally unknown and un-famous guest is Kate West , and the Scratch Band is coaxed into action by Peter Moss. Designer DUGALD FINLAY Dtrector SUE LOCHEAD Producer CYRIL GATES
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
with Simon Groom
Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
Assistant editor IAN OLIVER Editor BIDDY BAXTER
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Presented by Laurie Mayer and Fran Morrison
- with reporters SUSANNAH GREENBERG and MAGGIE NELSON
MICHAEL WALE is at the South East sports desk
At 6.25 the Nationwide team of Sue Lawley, Frank Bough ,
Richard Kershaw and Hugh Scully bring you the issues, the stories and the people that matter from BBC studios in the capital and across the country.
MICHAEL HOGAN , PAUL WOOLWICH Deputy editors
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by ROGER PARKES
Vicky goes to London for her mother's funeral. Alison finds a ward she can enjoy. Linda Mo gets too nosey on ' Path '.
Script editor TONY HOLLAND Designer BOB FARR
Producer JULIA SMITH Directed by VIV COZENS
(For cast see tomorrow at 6.50)
Ripping yarns of intrigue and high adventure in the South Seas. Shanghaied
While Jake is suffering from malaria, Corky is kidnapped by a mysterious pirate captain. A fever-tossed Jake is persuaded to take Sarah as co-pilot and Jack the dog as guide to hunt for the missing Corky. They are attacked by Japanese Zero fighter planes, and this is only the first of even more sinister and strange battles as they uncover a diabolical plot to enslave an innocent tribe.
Produced and written by DONALD P. BELLISARIO
Directed by ALAN LEVI
Sarah Stickney White:
Bon Chance Louie:
The Rev Willie Tenboom:
Jack the dog:
Presented by Richard Lindley
On 24 March 1980 an armed gang hi-jacked a lorry carrying over Â£3 million worth of silver bullion.
It was one of Britain's biggest robberies and when most of the bullion was recovered three months later it was described as a major coup for Scotland Yard's Robbery Squad. A year later it emerged that a huge reward had been paid to an anonymous informer. But Panorama tonight reveals that a senior Scotland Yard policeman tried to block that payment. The programme also reveals disturbing new evidence about the man who masterminded the robbery and the damage he has done to what the Yard has called its main weapon in the fight against organised crime, the supergrass system.
with John Humphrys ; Weatherman
The last of three films starring Charles Bronson
Tonight with Al Lettierl
Vince Majestyk , a Colorado melon farmer, is unfairly arrested and finds himself in the same jail as Frank Renda , a vicious syndicate killer. When Renda's men ambush the prison bus, Vince goes on the run with the ' hit' man as hostage.
This tough and uncompromising thriller features Bronson as a ruthlessly determined individual prepared to take on the syndicate in order to harvest his melon crop.
Screenplay by ELMORE LEONARD Produced by WALTER MIRISCH
Directed by RICHARD FLEISCHER - Films- page 15
Det Lt McAllen:
with Iain Johnstone
A report on the 26th London Film Festival, including two British productions - Scrubbers, directed by Mal Zetterling , and The Draughtsman's Contract, starring Janet Suzman and Anthony Higgins which will be shown at the opening night gala.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JUDY LINDSAY
Advice columnist CLAIRE RAYNER meet two couples who overcome periods of sexual stress.
Research vicki MOORE.
Producer DAVID CORDINGLET