6.40 Partial Differential Equations
7.5 Circulation of the Blood
7.30 Transistor Operation
Skills for trade unionists 1: Finding the Facts
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS
A series of 19 programmes for childminders. 16:Toy Time
A Parents and Children series of 16 programmes.
10: claire WOOLFORD finds out about induction and looks at a caesarean section performed under epidural analgesia. CLAIRE RAYNER presents her ' problem page
Producer DICK FOSTER
A 15-part sociology series 12:Who Runs this Place?
Narrated by MICHAEL MOLYNEUX
4.55 Biscuits (1)
5.20 Processing the Delinquent
5.45 The Residential Worker: 2
6.10 Jefferson the Architect
6.35 Covalent Compounds
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A Geology of Britain
The last programme of the series A Matter of Latitude
Britain's present position between 50° and 60° N is only a point on a long, slow northward journey up from the Southern Hemisphere, through the tropics and across the Equator, leaving the marks of extreme climatic change in the rock record.
Presented by IAN MERCER With DR BRYAN LOVELL
Directed by JUDY BROOKS
Produced by BRENDA HORSFIELD
Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells Newsreader Peter Woods
The Knights of Malta
The Order of St John is our last direct link with the Crusades. For over nine centuries the Order has cared for the sick - from the earliest times of the pilgrims to our own day, when that ideal is still carried on by the members of the St John Ambulance.
John Julius Norwich tells the extraordinary story of the Knights of St John , filmed on the island of Rhodes and in Malta where the great confrontation with the Turks was to reach its climax when the Order held off the huge armies of Suleiman the Magnificent in the siege of 1565, and saved Western Europe for Christianity.
Producer KENNETH SHEPHEARD Series editor BRUCE NORMAN
A comedy film series
If You Want to Shoot the Rapids, You Have to Get Wet
This week: Post-natal Depression - from Baby Blues to Breakdowns However much she has longed for a baby, however supportive her husband and family, however uncomplicated her labour, a new mother may find herself inexplicably tearful and depressed. Sometimes called ' The Baby Blues', it doesn't usually last for long. But for one in every ten mothers it becomes a serious problem - so serious that she needs help. And for some women (one in every 200), childbirth triggers off a severe illness called puerperal psychosis. Jeanne la Chard and Nick Ross ask doctors and psychologists about the causes of post-natal depression and how it can be treated. Also in the programme are those who've had first-hand experience of post-natal depression.
Producer RUTH JACKSON Editor TIM SLESSOR
The second of ten programmes Len Ward , Hill Farmer
As a small child Len Ward worked with his grandfather who had two cows. At 14 he bought two of his own with money earned from beating for shooting parties, and so began a 40-year slog to buy the bleak moorland farm his family had rented for 200 years. Narrator DERYCK GUYLER
Photography KEN MORGAN , ARTHUR SMITH
Film editor PETER GIBES
Written and produced by DON HAWORTH
DAVID VINE introduces highlights from Sheffield.
The first Semi-final ends tonight Commentator TED LOWE
GEORGINE ANDERSON reads
Throwing a Tree by THOMAS HARDY