6.25 Middlemarch by George Eliot
6.50 Changing Sea Levels
7.15 Maths Across the Curriculum
7.40 The National Grid
8.5 The Nature of Heredity
8.30 The Nature of Chemistry
A See-Saw programme
Down with the Car Park
Gerald and the twins discover that Mr Clark of the council has plans to build a garage on their play-ground. The only answer is ' Down with the car park'. But it proves very expensive.
With the voices Of GEORGE LAYTON and JOHN TELFER
from St Mary 's Roman Catholic Church, Lowe House, St Helens. Celebrant and preacher FR VINCENT HUGHES
Lessons: Proverbs 8, vv 22-31; Romans 5, vv 1-5; John 16, vv 12-15
Hymns: Holy, Holy. Holy (Nicaea); Father in my life; Father we love you; 0 Lord my God (Swedish trad) Director of music FR THOMAS LEIGH Organist CHRISTINE CURRAN
Television presentation NOEL VINCENT BBC Manchester
The programme visits the Pakistan Community Centre in Nottingham and reports on its activities.
Also a mini-workshop of Indian classical music in which three well-known musicians demonstrate their instruments and play ' Raga Yemen'. The artists are: USTAD LATIF AHMED KHAN (tabla), VIRAM JASANI (sitar) and SATISH PRAKASH QAMAR (shenai).
In addition there will be the usual round-up of news and events from the community.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Five films about microcomputers in UK schools. A report by BOB SALKELD on micros in the classroom. 4: Let's Fiddle with the Facts
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Eight case studies for discussion by teachers.
7: Does School Hurt?
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A series of eight programmes based on excerpts from French-speaking television networks.
7: Women Entertainers
Presented by ANN LADBURY with designs by CAROLINE CHARLES 9: Trousers are easy to sew but difficult to fit: Ann Ladbury shows how to cope with two of the most common problems. And she asks designer JEFF BANKS - is it really worth making your own clothes when ready-made clothes are so good?
Producer JENNY ROGERS
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8: 'You don't care -I'm deaf and you don't care '
A cry of frustration and pain from a deaf wife to her apparently insensitive hearing husband. The strain that deafness can place on a marriage is one of the topics in today's programme.
With SARAH WEBB , JON GLOVER
Film editor ROLAND TONGUE
Producer BRIGIT BARRY
Five programmes about responses to youth unemployment.
4: Not a Rockface in Sight
' Three days spent living and talking together can be just as valuable for young people as clambering up and down mountains.'
This film looks at the progress of one such course at Honiley Hall, Warwickshire.
Film editor PATTIE WINTER Producer IAN WOOLF
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With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHEKRINGTON
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
A series of eight films on historic ships and maritime museums in Britain, written and presented by Anthony Burton
4: Full Steam Ahead
Film editor KEITH WILTON
Producer MICHAEL GARROD
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concludes a season of feature films in celebration of one of the screen's funniest comedians. Bob Hope , who is 80 today. Also starring Bing Crosby , Dorothy Lamour with The Andrews Sisters
After wrecking a funfair with their high-wire bicycle act, ' Scat' Sweeney and Hot Lips' Barton, a couple of once-prosperous Hollywood musicians, escape the carnival owner's wrath by stowing away on a Rio-bound luxury liner. Needless to say, it isn't long before they encounter a beautiful lady in distress ...
Screenplay by EDMUND BELOIN and JACK ROSE Produced by DANIEL DARE
Films; page 16
A new series, The Road to Laughter, begins on Radio 4 Tuesday 6.30 pm
' Scat ' Sweeney:
' Hot Lips' Barton:
Lucia Maria de Andrade:
The Stone-Barton Puppeteers:
The Carioca Boys:
The Wiere Brothers:
The Andrews Sisters:
A WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
An affectionate look at the work of one of Hollywood's most successful screenwriters, Neil Simon, who also finds time to write some of Broadway's greatest comedy hits! with GEORGE BURNS, MICHAEL CAINE, SSlB hTwN, JACK LEMMON , WALTER MATTHAU , pHIL SILVERS and MARSHA MASON (Mrs Neil Simon ). Illustrated by excerpts from some of his hit movies, including The
Odd Couple, California Suite, The Goodbye Girl and his latest film, on location with director HERBERT ROSS , I Ought to Be in Pictures. Produced and written by CHUCK SIlMAN _
(The Goodbye Girl, tomorrow 7.55 pm)
The rides, the painting on them, the speed of them, the music the lights, the way people behave when they are at a fair, all create the most extraordinary atmosphere
The magic and excitement of the fairground is captured at Hampton Court's Bank Holiday Fair.
The Acctim International Air Fair from Biggin Hill
Raymond Baxter introduces a selection of items from this years great flying display held recently
With flying examples of historic aircraft now fetching sums of up to £250,000 at auction, this is an opportunity to see some of these preserved aeroplanes as well as right-up-to-the-minute aircraft from a wide range of civilian and service operations, and some light-hearted moments from flyers performing for the fun of it.
Producer PETER MASSEY
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the conquest of Mount Everest.
At 11.30 am on 29 May 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tensing reached the summit of Everest-the first men ever to scale the world's highest peak.
A few days later, news of the success of the British expedition led by Sir John Hunt reached London - on Coronation Day.
Filmed by THOMAS STOBART , GEORGE LOWE Edited by ADRIAN DE POTIER MUSiC by ARTHUR BENJAMIN
Commentary written by LOUIS MACNEICE and spoken by MEREDITH EDWARDS Produced with the co-operation of THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY and THE ALPINE CLUB
(Everest - the Last Unclimbed Ridge on BBC2 tomorrow at 6.40)
Richard Whitmore ; Weatherman
Thora reads from some of the thousands of letters she has received from viewers requesting hymns that are for them forever linked with times of joy, sorrow or inspiration.
(For hl/mns see Tuesday at 3.15 pm) * Subtitles on Cee/as page 170
Narrated by Peter Ustinov
Henry Williamson 's novel, published in 1927, has delighted generations of readers across the world and is widely regarded as one of the finest animal stories ever written. This faithful screen adaptation follows the adventures of the mischievous otter Tarka from his birth to fatherhood amid the waterways of Devon. But always in the background is the threat of Man and his otter hounds, led by Deadlock, Tarka's arch enemy.
Screenplay by GERALD DURRELL and DAVID COBHAM
Produced and directed by DAVID COBHAM (First showing on British television) Films: page 16
* Subtitles on Ceejax page 170
Thirty years ago this week Elizabeth II was crowned. This programme celebrates and assesses the Queen's changing role and conveys something of the nature of the job itself. It shows the Queen in London and on her recent American tour as well as key events of the reign. Special permission was given to film the Queen holding an investiture at Buckingham Palace, with her family and President Kaunda during the recent state visit, and on the Royal Yacht with Prime Minister Trudeau and President Reagan.
There are comments from some of the people who have worked with the Queen or observed her -Sir Harold Wilson , Edward Heath , James Callaghan , Sir Shridath Ramphal , Enoch Powell , President Kaunda, Sir Nicholas and Lady Henderson, William Deedes , Rich. ard Ingrams, Susan Crosland and one-time critic of the monarchy John Grigg (Lord Altrincham).
From the royal tour comes a rich variety of comment and behind-the-scenes activity at a time when the British monarchy is arousing worldwide interest.
Written and narrated by Ludovic Kennedy
PHILLIP BONHAM-CARTER Editor ROY SHARMAN Producer
JENNY BARRACLOUCH (Nobody
Minded the Rain..... Thursday BBC2, 9.35)
Music from Great Royal Occasions (record REC 470, cassette ZCM 470) from retailers
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
An Investigation into Opus Dei, UK. In Spain they call it 'Octopus Dei', in Italy the 'Sancta Mafia'. It has been accused of splitting families, of medieval spiritual practices, of financial and political chicanery. But the Pope has granted it a special status within the Church, and procedures for the canonisation of its founder have been opened.
Opus Dei - God's Work - has been operating in this country for 35 years. Recently it has come under heavy criticism for its activities and attitudes. This Everyman film, the first of a new series, is the most thorough investigation of Opus Dei, UK, ever mounted. It contains the first television interview with Opus Dei's National Director,
Fr Philip Sherrington, and brings to light evidence about the organisation never revealed before.
Written and presented by:
The feature film starring Liza Minnelli
Joel Gray , Michael York
Bob Fosse 's brilliant and colourful version of Goodbye to Berlin proved one of the most successful of all musicals and confirmed Liza Minnelli as a star. She plays Sally Bowles , a cabaret singer, working among the decadent caf6 society of Berlin in the 1930s. Her love affair with the young Englishman, Brian, develops against a background of street violence and the gradual rise of fascism in Germany.
Screenplay by JAY ALLEN Produced by cy FEUER
Choreographed and directed by BOB FOSSE Films: page 16
Master of Ceremonies:
Maximilian von Heune:
followed by News and Weather for Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales