A series of five training films
3: Singh 171 -A dramatised case study of a shop floor promotion problem involving an Asian worker, his supervisor and the personnel officer in a medium-sized firm.
Written and directed by PAUL KRIWACZKK Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
A series of ten programmes with DAVID BLAKE and LINDA REILLY
3: The Selling Business-How much choice does the consumer have and is he able to influence producers in what they provide?
Director PETER LEE-WRIGHT Producer CHRIS JELLEY
(Shown last Sunday at 3.35 pm
A second-stage Italian language series: ten programmes looking at Italy today. 3: Politica
The fortunes and misfortunes of the main political parties.
Presented by DENIS MACK SMITH
Produced by MADDALENA FAGANDINI
5.0 Countdown to the OU Programme I.
5.25 S101 Preparatory Maths - Angles,
in The Fireman
Fireman Charlie, still In bed, mistakes a drill bell for a fire alarm, and once again incurs the wrath of his chief I
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Three teams compete for the world's smallest trophy 'The Golden Maggot.'
In the second series, the two schoolmasters go to Sweden to defend their title against four other anglers, among them the great rugby scrum-half GARETH EDWARDS. They travel over 4,000 miles and on the way encounter the Arctic Circle, a live firing range, a nude lady canoeist and the odd fish. Written and narrated by IAN WOOLDRIDGE
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
(The Fishing Race continues tomorrow:
Lunch at Abberley
Antonle Schaedler has been head chef at the Elms Hotel in Worcestershire for over 20 years. We see her on a fairly typical working day making lunch for 80 people....
Series producer JOHN READ
Producer NIGEL WILLIAMS
Introduced by Brian Cant and Charlotte Allen
Still in the lead with 140.74 metres is the BBC Radio Manchester Champion, BARRY LOCKWOOD. Tonight's challengers for the Hartmann Fibre Trophy:
The Egg Race Champions of - BBC Radio Bristol: STEVE DARLING BBC Radio Nottingham: ROBERT CLARK
BBC Radio Stoke: GRANT BUTCHARD Problem Solving Teams from:
Aston University, Austin-Morris and Chloride Technical Limited are set the problem of ' timekeeping '.
Series judge Heinz Wolff , Head of Bio-engineering at the Clinical Research Centre.
Specialist judge Ian Fells , Professor of Energy Conversion, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Studio director ROY NORTON. Producer PETER BRUCE
An international knockout chess tournament, presented by Jeremy James , with expert commentary by William Hartston , twice winner of this tournament.
Eight of the world's strongest players battle for the first prize of £1,500 and the Master Game Trophy in a competition unique to the world of chess. Round 1, Game 4-Browne v Donner
That is a ridiculous move - he's crazy. He just blunders the piece away.' But who has blundered?
Is it Walter Browne , the enfant terrible of the US chess scene. who always seems to find himself in time trouble, or Is it the erratic. humorous chess genius Jan Hein Donner from Holland, who recently became the first Grandmaster to lose to a player from China?
Designer JOHN BONE
Director SANDRA WAINWRIGHT Producer ROBERT TONER
A natural history by David Attenborough 2: Building Bodies
Bright blue starfish, crimson feather stars, shell-less snails in designs as extravagant as any Paris fashion show, shrimps of every colour, others that are transparent -just a sample of the animal wonders to be found in a small area of the Great Barrier Reef.
This diversity may seem bewildering but these animals have a story to tell - they hold clues to how various forms evolved from the first primitive animals of the sea about 600 million years ago.
Other creatures that dominated the seas of long ago are known only from their rare and beautiful fossils which DAVID ATTENBOROUGH sees in Europe, Morocco, Australia and British Columbia-some of them more bizarre than anything living today. And among them were creatures whose descendants were the first invaders of land ...
Photography MAURICE FISHER , PETER PARKS Film editor RON MARTIN MUSiC EDWARD WILLIAMS
Executive producer CHRISTOPHER PARSONS BBC Bristol. See Marc's View: page 74
between Patrick Campbell Clare Francis , Tom Conti and Frank Muir
Gayle Hunnicutt. Philip Howard Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised hy MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN. Director ALAN BELL Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
(Clare Francis chooses My Kind of Movie: Wednesday 10.55 pm)
This week: Jailhouse Shock
If we can't get through to you punks nobody can.' A lifer inside Rahway - New Jersey's State Prison - knew that his son was getting deeper and deeper into crime. He believed .that the only way to stop him would be for him to see prison life in the raw, to see the real tragedy of caged men. This was the beginning of a scheme where delinquent youngsters are brought in to prison and confronted - shattered, some people hope-by the full horrors of prison life.
A year ago Man Alive made and showed a film about this jailhouse shock-through the eyes of four delinquents. Tonight, Jeanne la Chard returns to New Jersey to see what has happened to those four boys. Has the shock worked? Or have they gone further down a road of ever-more serious crime and joined those Rahway Lifers?
Film cameraman NIGEL WALTERS Sound PETER EDWARDS
Film editor simon ROSE
Producer IVOR DUNKERTON Editor TIM SLESSOR
'The gentle giant' of the country music world, whose hit songs include ' I Recall a Gypsy Woman' and ' You're My Best Friend ', stars in his first television special made during a recent visit to England.
His special guest Barbara Fairchild Featured musicians
DANNY FLOWERS, DAVID WILLIAMSON PAT MCINERNEY , CHARLES COCHRAN
Orchestra conducted by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN
Lighting PETER SMEE. Designer JOHN stout Directed by DAVID G. HILLIER
Executive producer YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
presents Emerson Lake and Palmer Tonight's programme features highlights from two recent ELP concerts, one in Memphis, Tennessee and the other in Montreal's Olympic Stadium.
TV presentation MICHAEL APPLETON