(Full details see: BBC1 at 4.19 pm)
Waterford Glass: Michael Reinhold looks at how it was and still is made.
Silhouettes: a collection of these fashionable cut paper portraits.
The second of six films that show the beautiful intertwinings of the living things on our varied earth.
The big game of East Africa is world famous. Lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, elephant, giraffe, zebra and great herds of antelopes all live on the vast grass-lands. But how dependent is each member of this animal society on the others? Narrated by Michael Flanders
The second programme in a four part series looks at the boom in astrology and fortune-telling.
Italian television reports on computerised star reading in France; the importance of wearing the right jewel in India; slot machine horoscopes in Japan; zodiac parties in America.
by Leo Tolstoy, dramatised in 20 parts by Jack Pulman.
Napoleon entered Moscow only to find it deserted and difficult to supply his army. The city started to burn and Pierre was arrested as an incendiary.
Cast in order of appearance
(Repeated next Saturday evening. The title music is available on record, RESL, price 49p, from most record shops)
People with unusual enthusiasms.
Clocks, carillons, chronometers: T.R. Robinson has a lot of time on his hands. He spends most of it studying and preserving our finest timepieces in museums, up church towers, and at the workbench. These are the places to find out what It Is that ticks inside this horologist extraordinary!
Dr Immanuel Velikovsky is the biggest growing cult figure in the USA. Aged 77, he's an unorthodox scientist who believes that a mere few hundred years before Christ was born Venus almost collided with the Earth. Mountain ranges were formed, seas boiled and the world stood still.
He also believes that man, because he lived through these catastrophes, has an urge to repeat them. Only by understanding the reasons for this urge can we hope to control our compulsion to destroy ourselves.
Few scientists take Velikovsky seriously. But his supporters point to the recent American space probes which seem to confirm his startling predictions about the nature of the moon and the planets Venus, Mars and Jupiter.
People have begun to wonder. Other men have been scorned by the establishment for unpopular ideas. Is Velikovsky a crank? Or is he another Galileo?
Narrator, Frank Gillard
Match your musical wits tonight against Eleanor Bron, Bernard Levin, Robin Ray.
Guest musician Neville Marriner
Chairman Joseph Cooper
Not so much a folk group - more a 'happening' The Dubliners offer a selection which includes Shoals of Herring and Whiskey in the Jar.
with John Edmunds
A weekly round-up of Issues concerning the world of television. Michael Dean surveys the week's output and invites others to assess its achievement and effect.