6.45 Maths: Coping with Irrationality
7.10 Roman Interior Decoration
7.35 Engineering: Mechanical Properties
8.00 Minerals under the Microscope
SuperSafe with SuperTed (R)
The adventures of the monster family of Loch Ness and their friends Elspeth and Angus. Thirsty-Ness and the Part-time Witch with the voices of Susan Sheridan and Peter Hawkins Written and drawn by PETER MADDOCKS Music by ROGER GREENAWAY AND GAVIN GREENAWAY (R)
What's New at the Zoo
With the help of a picture book given to them by Nanny, the Babies imagine life as wild animals in the zoo.
Created for TV by JIM HENSON (R)
starring Andrew O'Connor Bernadette Nolan
Kate Copstick , Terry Randall From BBCtv 's newest studios in Liverpool come comedy, games and music featuring Hornsea Lane, the Two
Griffs, the Flashing Blade and Len View of Life. Guess the star Through the Sunroof; see the mysterious objects in What's It For? and marvel as members of the studio audience try to beat the experts at their own game.
All this and Thundercats, too. Designer BARRY ROACH
Producer STEVE HAGGARD
Series producer MARTIN HUGHES Editor EDWARD PUGH BBC North West
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World Professional Snooker Championship Round2
STEPHEN HENDRY and JIMMY WHITE , two of the most exciting players on the circuit, play their second-round match to a finish this morning. On the other table, former world champions DENNIS TAYLOR and ALEX higgins reach the middle session of their
Introduced by DAVID VINE
See panel including at
1.00 News Summary
with Moira Stuart
Debbie Greenwood introduces the fast-moving quiz for schools from all round Britain. Who will be the final team to join the successful 11 already through to the second round? Will it be ARCHBISHOP HOLGATE'S from York or TRING from
Designer DUGALD FINDLAY Director JUSTIN C. ADAMS
Series producer CHARLES NAIRN Producer ANNE SOMERS
A six-part series by JOE BOYLE starring
3: To Boldly Go...
Lenny's dad invented, among other things, the heat-seeking bedpan. Imagine then, how one of his old inventions could bring success to the lads' efforts during Enterprise Week at the Albert Dock.
Lighting BARRY CHATFIELD Sound ROGER GUEST
Designer LYNDA KETTLE Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS
Alerted by the code word 'Gumball', a strange assortment of people converge on a secret rendezvous in Manhattan.
So, too, do the police, alerted by the indefatigable
Inspector Roscoe who has made it his life's ambition to put an end to this highly organised, illegal activity. Outwitted, Roscoe stands a helpless spectator at the start of another Gumball Rally, a motor race across America at speeds approaching 200mph. For the contestants, the excitement of the race is well worth the inevitable accidents, and evading the police is part of the fun - but Roscoe has a few extra tricks up his sleeve ...
Screenplay by LEON CAPETANOS Produced and directed by CHUCK BAIL
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starring Bob Monkhouse
Here's your weekly opportunity to help make the stars of tomorrow. Judge the seven acts on tonight's show - then cast your vote for the one which impressed you most.
Additional Script and Research:
with Moira Stuart ; Weather
starring and Amends
Working once again with Jim Thornton , whose inexperience in field work results in a tragic accident, Cagney feels justified in her resentment toward him, but her own faults provide a reminder of the quality of mercy.
Written by LARRY BARBER AND PAUL BARBER Directed by MICHAEL CAFFEY
Mary Beth Lacey:
Starring Brian Keith, Helmut Griem, Ian Hendry
In this exciting and ingenious Second World War escape story, the POWs are 600
German soldiers attempting to break out of Camp McKenzie in the Scottish Highlands. Led by a fanatical Nazi, Schluetter, the men make life so difficult for the major in charge that a special 'troubleshooter' is sent to McKenzie to deal with the situation...
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Based on the novel by:
Capt Jack Connor:
Sgt Major Cox:
When Berry Gordy Jr gave a party to celebrate the 25th birthday of his record company even the reclusive Michael Jackson turned up to play. So did his brothers. And so did Diana Ross.
Smokey Robinson , Marvin Gaye , the Temptations, the Four Tops, Richard Pryor and a galaxy of black music's greatest stars. Plus some historic film of Motown's heyday. Executive producer SUZANNE DE PASSE
Director DON MISCHER