6.40 Deer Farming
7.5 Processing the Delinquent
7.30 The Residential Worker: 2
Story: James and the Model Aeroplane
Written by PEGGY BLAKELEY Illustrated by KOTA TANIUCHI Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Stuart McGugan
Pianist PETER PETTINGER Percussionist DON LAWSON
Designer Richard BRACKENBURY Written by CAROLE WARD Director BARBARA DEEHAN Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
4.55 Women in Two World Wars
5.45 Human Factors in Aviation
6.10 Circulation of the Blood
6.35 Engineering Mechanics
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of ten programmes for everyone who spends money on goods or services. 2:Be Reasonable!
Have you ever bought something in a sale, or by mail order, and not been satisfied? Or bought something that works at first but then wears badly or breaks down? When is it reasonable to expect compensation or your money back? Paul and Cathy face these problems on their wedding anniversary - and then the man from Ripoffomatic calls to mend something that's gone wrong yet again.
Ripoffomatic salesman.TiM BARRETT Introduced by BRIAN REDHEAD Film report by SUE COOK
Legal interpreter DAVID TENCH of Consumers' Association
Sketches by CHRIS MILLER
Animations by TED ROCKLEY
Production ANNA JACKSON and DAVID ALLEN Book (lame title), £2.30 from bookshop*
Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw including Westminster Report Newsreader Angela Rippon
with Robert Erskine
The last of eight programmes about 25 centuries of coins. Make Your Own Money
As a resu'lt of the Industrial Revolution, there were not enough copper coins to pay the vast numbers of workers, so commercial firms had to mint their own.
Designer MARJORIE PRATT
Directed by JOHN BURROWES Produced by BETTY WHITE
Homes for Our Money
Largely as a result of more than 350 building societies in Britain there are more home owners than in most countries of Europe.
Fifteen million people now put their money into building societies. But the battle is hotting up on the High Street for our savings. The commercial banks realise that they are losing in their fight for the country's cash. Building societies have long since outstripped the banks as the main home for our savings. But does less money for the banks mean less money for industry and jobs? John Roberts reports.
Producer NICK HAYES
Editor PAUL ELLIS
A series of films by MICHAEL PALIN and TERRY JONES Murder at Moorstones Manor
Hugo and Dora drive down to see Mumsie and Dadsie-pie for a long weekend in the country. But it turns out to be longer than they thought.... starring Michael Palin Special guests
Isabel Dean , lain Cuthbertson With FRANK MIDDLEMASS
HAROLD INNOCENT, BARBARA NEW
ANNE ZELDA , CANDACE GLENDENNING GILLY FLOWER
Directed by TERRY HUGHES
A series of eightcontemporary documentaries. 1:Closed Shop
When the union attempts to make the Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph a closed shop, one man stands in its way-the paper's editor. While the pickets man the gates, Ron Hunt gathers the news, writes the news, subs the news and assembles the news. In a working day this one man has covered the work of 60 striking journalists. But to the pickets who are striving to achieve 100 per cent union membership, Hunt is no more than a blackleg and a scab. As the strike continues and tensions mount, a civilised difference of opinion hardens into anger, bitterness, and rancour, and finally boils over into hatred and violence.
Film cameraman DAVID south Film editor COLIN RAE Producer ROGER MILLS Director BERNARD HALL
June Mendoza paints
Lord Ted Willis , the creator of Dixon of Dock Green
' Best show on television,' said Viscount Montgomery. ' Always got a moral.' A trait Willis reversed by attempting to ' murder' the whole cast of Mrs Dale 's Diary.
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
The Final (continued)
ALAN WEEKS introduces highlights of the 12th day's play from the Crucible Theatre. Commentator TED LOWE
(The Final concludes tomorrow)
GEORGINE ANDERSON reads
Lonely Love by EDMUND BLUNDEN