6.40 Personality and Learning
7.5 Noise and Interference
7.30 Middlesbrough: School to Work
Story: Daisy Drip the Painter by JUDITH SHONE Presenters
Karen Platt , Brian Cant
(Repeat. Repeated on BBCl at 3.55 pm)
4.50 Biscuits: 1
5.15 Exocrine Secretion
6.5 The Mindful Way
6.30 Light: In Search of a Model
Five films about Spain
1: Alcoy - Moors and Christiana
Every April for at least 300 years, the people of Alcoy, a small, inland. industrial town not far from Benidorm. have celebrated the most colourful and extravagant festival of Moors and Christians in all Spain. But who were the real Moors and what effect did their seven centuries of occupation have on Spain?
Film cameraman FINTAN SHEEHAN Film editor MIKE PAVETT Producer BERNARD ADAMS
(Realidades de Espana, with additional background material and language notes, accompanies the series, £2.50, from bookshops and BBC Publications)
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Harold Creme , Market Trader
Harold Creme launched himself on the public with a flood of words he never believed himself capable of. His father decided to give up his stall and Harold, a diffident youth with a stammer, had either to talk or quit. He talked, and he has pattered on for 30 years, drawing crowds who come to laugh and sometimes stay to buy. He is a gambler who plays for small stakes in a casino and for large ones, by its very nature, in his daily work. Narrator DERYCK GUYLER
Research JEAN THOMPSON
Photography MARTIN LIGHTENING Sound JACK WILSON
Film editor PETER GIBBS. Written and produced by DON HAWORTH. BBC Manchester
A report by Laurie Taylor
Black Panthers , Hippies, Yippies, Anti-Vietnam War resisters, Women's Liberationists, even the Grateful Dead and Dylan. The groups who came together in search of a second American revolution in the 1960s hardly sound like orthodox revolutionaries. And neither was there anything conventional about their tactics of sit-ins, mass marches,
' trashing ', acid freak-outs ' and ' be-ins '.
Ten years later, it's fashionable to regard much of this movement as having been ineffective and self-indulgent - it was a revolution that never happened. But LAURIE TAYLOR argues that this unlikely combination of people and events helped to change the face of America. It finally ended the Mc-Carthyite cold war era, helped to undermine the American war in Vietnam and fashioned a new life-style for half the Western world.
Roll Your Own Revolution is the story of how one place-the University of California at Berkeley - came to act as a forum for the whole movement.
Film cameraman IAN STONE Film editor JIM LATHAM Producer SHIRLEY FISHER
between Patrick Campbell Serena Sinclair , Peter Egan and Frank Muir
Angela Rippon , Alan Garner Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by mark GOODSON and BILL TODMAN. Director ALAN BELL Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
Will the Baby Be All Right?
Britain has one of the highest infant mortality rates in Western Europe and more of our babies are damaged at birth, or in the womb, than in any comparable western country. Why? It's not because we're behind in technology-one city with a superbly equipped antenatal clinic also has one of the country's worst infant mortality records. It's because the mothers who are most at risk-whose babies may be born dead, or handicapped - are, more often than not, the ones who are not yet being reached by the maternity services. As Man Alive discovers, many mothers are not being reached because they feel intimidated by a system that can treat pregnant women as though they were sick children, that can rob them of dignity, and deny them choice.
A look at the way our maternity service works, and fails to work, with opinions from doctors, midwives, administrators and most important of all - mothers.
Producers NIGEL evans and ANN PAUL Editor TIM SLESSOR
with Angela Rippon and Barrie Gill
Rippon on the Road: Every day in central London approximately 140 vehicles are towed away by the Metropolitan Police and taken to compounds. Angela reports on what happens to your car when you park it illegally.
Noel Edmonds tests some of the new cars just coming into the showrooms and Judith Jackson takes to the country in a new four-wheel-drive vehicle.
Alec Jones, Chief Instructor of the Institute of Advanced Motorists, sets a driving problem.
PETER DORLING with extracts from some of the day's Election speeches.
Johnny Winter in a concert from BBC Television Theatre, London. Introduced by Anne Nightingale
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON