6.40 Computing - Compiling
7.5 Buoyancy in Marine Animals
7.30 Things Present - Times Past
Story: The Square Ben Drew
Written by PETER and SUSAN BARRETT Presenters this week
Carol Leader, Lionel Morton
4.55 The Earth's History
5.20 Partial Differential Equations
5.45 Blade Alloy and Process
6.10 Foundation Maths - Equations
6.35 What is Design?
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of ten programmes 6: Painting Outdoors
Have you ever said to yourself I wish I could paint? IAN SIMPSON shows you how to begin.
Director TERRY DOYLE Producer VICTOR POOLE
Introduced and narrated by Harold Evans
Editor, The Sunday Times
Four films about the world of journalism in different countries. The New Statesman
From the 1930s to the 1950s the New Statesman was called 'the conscience of the Left' - to A. P. Herbert it was ' this bitious weekly', to its devotees a weekly Bible.
Founded by middle-class socialists in 1913, the New Statesman became, under Kingsley Martin editor from 1931-1961, probably the most influential publication in British politics. Now, it is a radical journal in search of a role. Among those taking part
Malcolm Muggeridge , Paul Johnson Anthony Sampson
Richard Hoggart , V. S. Pritchett Professor Norman MacKenzie and the present editor, Anthony Howard
Executive producer WILL WYATY Director SANDRA GREGORY
with her special guests
Rolf Harris , Sheila Bromberg and Colin Green entertain in a programme of international words and music with BRIAN FAHEY and THE SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA leader IAN TYRE
Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting GEORGE FERGUSON Designer DAVID MCKENZIE
Producer IAIN MACFADYEN. BBC Scotland
An Accident of Class and Sex by MAGGIE WADEY
' An Englishman thinks automatically in terms of class. It's an occupational hazard. He can no more control it than he can lick his own tongue.'
... People and tensions have been harnessed with a sense of place and time. No small gift and one well served by the acting. (THE LISTENER) ... Truth as much in the writing as in the well tuned and judged acting.
Producer INNES LLOYD Director BRIAN PARKER
A series of programmes about the law and legal issues.
If you have ever fallen foul of the law; or tried to get it on your side; or become lost in the maze of legislation which surrounds almost every aspect of life, you may need this programme.
Nick Ross , Norma Shepherd and Michael Molyneux set out to untangle legal wrangles, make sense of new laws - and talk to people who question the old ones.
Executive producer PETER CHAFER Producer MICHAEL HOGAN
Photographer The Earl of Lichfield is modelled in clay and cast in bronze,. by Lome McKean
A critique of the finished work is provided by PERCY, the chauffeur.
Producer MICHAEL BECG
The songs of Ian Campbell and his Folk Group Granite North
IAN CAMPBELL writes and sings of his birthplace, Aberdeen - there's the new oil but the old fishing; the selling up of farms, but ' The spirit of the Highlands, Captured in this amber dew.'
Photography DAVID WHITSON Producer IAN SHARP
David Markham reads Craftsmen by V. SACKVILLE-WEST