6.40 The Nervous System. 7.5 What Psychologists Do. 7.30 Language and Learning.
Signs and symbols play an important part in our daily lives, but how well do they do the job for which they are intended?
IAN SIMPSON invites you to join a group of students to consider some of the problems involved.
Producer VICTOR POOLE
A personal view of childhood by URIE BRONFENBRENNER
Part-time Parent; Full-time Job
Today society expects parents to be both workers and upbringers. Two societies have attempted to resolve the conflict between work and the family - Sweden and the, Israeli kibbutz. What can we learn from their solution? '
Narrator PAUL BARNES
Producers DICK FOSTER and EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
4.55 Maths: Complex Analysis. 5.20 Cell Membrane Structure. 5.45 Instrumentation. 6.10 Search and Rescue. 6.35 Space and Time..
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Presented by Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler including Foreign Report
With Richard Kershaw , David Sells Newsreader Angela Rippon
Prince Madoc and the Welsh Indians
Did a Welsh Prince, Madoc ap Owain Gwynedd , discover America 300 years before Columbus? Queen Elizabeth I used the legend to justify her claim to America over that of Philip II of Spain. And even as late as the 18th century at least 15 Indian tribes were identified as Welsh - descendants of the Madoc expedition.
John Evans , a young Welsh minister, in quest of Welsh Indians in 1796, became the first white man to reach the Mandans, whose descendants believe the tribe was brought across the Great Water by Lone Man -who was white!
In this programme, filmed in America, Professor Gwyn Williams of University College, Cardiff, examines the Madoc legend. Narrator PHILIP MADOC
Film cameraman RUSS WALKER Film editor STAN LANE
Director WILLIAM AARON
Producer j. MERVYN WILLIAMS Series editor BRUCE NORMAN
Investigates, Discovers, Questions, With ANNA FORD, JEREMY JAMES
JEANNE LA CHARD , JACK PIZZEY
NICK ROSS , HAROLD WILLIAMSON This week: Welcome to Britain
Some would-be immigrants to Britain must sense a special irony in the welcoming sign at London Airport - assuming they can even read it. Maybe the immigration officer is suspicious - he's paid to be. Too wealthy to be a ' student '? Too poor to be a holiday ' visitor '? Anyway, the immigrant (plus his British passport) is now travelling to the Home Office detention centre at Harmondsworth.
Ben Lewin 's controversial BFI film looks at the way families are split, at the desperation, at the file-shuffling appeal process, and at the pushy Mr Fix-it , who will try to cut through the red tape of the immigration laws - at a price.
Producers tom CONWAY , JULIAN COOPER
DAVID FILKIN , TIM SLESSOR , HARRY WEISBLOOM Editor MICHAEL LATHAM
In this weekly series, the great jazz pianist plays and brings together a number of guests who enjoy and talk about their music.
Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting GEOFF SHAW Designer JOHN HURST
Producer COLIN STRONG
In the studio: Akkerman and Lux and John Martyn
Introduced by Bob Harris
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
LYNDON BROOK reads Riding the Elevator into the Sky by ANNE SEXTON