6.40 Flight Failures
7.5 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure
Story: Goldilocks and the Three Bears (traditional) Presenters
Karen Platt , Fred Harris
Book: Play School Play Ideas 2, 75p, from bookshops. The Tale of a Donkey's Tail and Other Stories from Play School, record (REC 232) or cassette (MRMC 045). Bang on a Drum songs from Play School and Play Away, record (REC 242i, or cassette (MRMC 004), from record shops
Ten programmes about communicating through the spoken word. 9: Unaccustomed as I am ...
Learn some simple ways to cope with the moment when you're called upon to ' say a few words '. With evening students from South Bristol Technical College and Westonsuper-Mare Technical College.
JEAN HOWELL , REX SWINDALL and CANON GRAHAM FOLEY , Vicar of Leeds
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
(Details of correspondence course from [address removed]. The series will be shown again in April)
A series of ten programmes 9: Here Comes the Judge
The programme traces the stages through which children develop an understanding of what adult society considers right or wrong. Narrated by FERGUS O'KELLY
Producer EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
CLAIRE WOOLFORD presents a series of five debates examining parental involvement in education. 4: Corporal Punishment is a Necessary Deterrent in Schools
Recorded at Heathfield School, Old Heathfield. with TERRY CASEY speaking for the motion, and GEOFF LAWES against.
Producer DICK FOSTER
4.55 The Image of Empire
5.20 Earth Materials: 2
5.45 Maths - Differential Equations
6.35 River Thames
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of ten programmes Presented by ANN LADBURY 4: Tabard
A simple, versatile top that even a complete beginner could make in an evening. ANN LADBURY shows how to decorate children's clothes with applique.
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer JENNY ROGERS
presented bv Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells Newsreader Kenneth Kendall
PETER IBBOTSON and GEORGE WALKER Editor DAVID WITHEROW
A second series of eight episodes. Britain under the heel of the PCD, the Department of Public Control, the instrument of an all-powerful bureaucracy. Starring
Edward Woodward , Robert Lang and Yvonne Mitchell with Tony Doyle Guest stars
John Carson , Donald Burton 3: Trapline by EDMUND WARD
' Who are we out to nail? Care-guard, the Home Secretary or Skardon and the PCD? '
Series devised by WILFRED GREATOREX Theme music JOHN CAMERON Costume AMY ROBERTS Sound ALAN FOG :
Designer JUDY STEELE
Producer PRUDENCE FITZGERALD Director PETER SASDY
with songs from the 16th century to the present day, from barber-shop to ballad, from Ellington to Coward. Their special guests Gheorghe Zamfir and his panpipes from Romania Chris Harris and Will Kemp 's jig from London to Norwich also featuring the IRVING DAVIES DANCERS
Musical director PETER KNIGHT Special material CARYL BRAHMS
GORDON LANFORD and ERIC MERRIM ** Choreography IRVING DAVIES
Costume designer NICHOLAS ROCKER Sound ADRIAN BISHOP-LAGGETT Lighting KEN MACGREGOR
Produced by YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
by Desmond Wilcox
Thirteen programmes which look at figures in an American landscape.
He's an ex-cop and a 'loner'. In the Yellow Pages John O'Grady describes himself quite simply as 'Hollywood's Number One Private Eye'. His office is on Sunset Boulevard- 'The Strip'. He drives a Cadillac, keeps a gun in his desk drawer, smokes 'Luckys' and dresses like his fictional counterparts. He was a detective with the Los Angeles Police Department and later was Head of the Hollywood Narcotics Division.
But times changed and the tough methods of John O'Grady went out of fashion. So O'Grady set himself up as a Private Eye, modelling himself on his fictional counterparts, because that's what his Hollywood clients expect - and pay for.
Derek Nimmo with the help of his guests brings his own particular light-hearted curiosity to bear on a different topic each week.
The programme in which the BBC hands over air time to the public. Tonight:
The People of Glasgow's East End present
Every Town has an East End
' Press and television coverage of our area shows it as being full of alcoholics, vandals and criminals - no mention of a community. Sure we've got problems, but our area is going through massive changes, and we want a say in those changes. Our aims are basic. like the shops, open spaces, doctors and amenities that most people take for granted. We do have a community, and we want to tell you about it.'
Made by the people of Glasgow's East End with the help of the Community Programme Unit
A chance to develop your understanding of French by watching the same news seen by French TV viewers earlier this evening on Télévision Française Un, and recorded via the Eurovision link.
Production TERRY DOYLE , DAVID HARGREAVES