6.40 Geophysical Techniques. 7.5 Computing: Introduction. 7.30 Being Black.
Story: Which is My Room? by NICK WILSON
Photographs by BARRY BEXALL
Presenters Lesley Nightingale Christopher Bramwell
4.59 Species and Evolution. 5.15 Electron Microscopy.
Charlie is a knockout when it comes to fisticuffs.
by JOAN LINGARD. A series in nine parts based on the Maggie books 6: McKinley and Campbell Plumbers starts to look like a going concern; Sandy has an accident.
Studio sound BRIAN DEWAR
Director MICHAEL KERRIGAN. BBC Scotland
continues a season of films celebrating stars of the British popular theatre. starring
Arthur Lucan Kitty McShane
When Daphne Snowdrop Riley inherits the laundry where she works, it seems a logical step to swap the business. What better than to acquire St Mildred's School for Girls where daughter Kitty teaches music. But Old Mother Riley's career as a headmistress is - characteristically - anything but conventional. with the LUTON GIRLS CHOIR
GEORGE MELACHRINO ORCHESTRA
Screenplay by JACKIE MARKS and CON WEST
Produced by HARRY REYNOLDS Directed by JOHN HARLOW Films: page 17
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
from Hartford, Connecticut featuring The Pairs
MARINA CHERKASOVA and SERGEI SHAHRAI of the Soviet Union are the defending champions but after their surprise defeat in the recent European Championships by their fellow Russians
IRINA VOROBIEVA and IGOR LISOVSKI they will be hard pressed to retain their title. The American champions CAITLIN and PETER CARRUTHERS Will be expecting to get into the medal places.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANY Producer DAVID KENNING
For the last programme in his present series Russell Harty is at the Palace Theatre in Manchester. With stars and staff he celebrates the grand re-opening 'later this month, of this the North's greatest-ever home of entertainment.
Director ALAN WALSH
Producer KEN STEPHINSON Editor GORDON WATTS
A series in 13 parts adapted from the books of GIOVANNI GUARESCHI by HUGH LEONARD with and 9: Easter time. Camillo finds a large red-painted bomb on his doorstep-a relic from the war, and a present from Peppone. All this rivalry escalates to the point where the Bishop hears about it and has to go to Camillo to find out the situation for himself.
Music composed by WILLIAM GODFREE Lighting GEOFF SHAW
Script editor TED RHODES Designer CHRIS EDWARDS
Produced by BILL SELLARS
Directed by PETER HAMMOND
investigates, discovers, questions There's Still a Lot of it About
Cigars at 120 a time. Two thousand pounds a year on hair-dos. Gold-plated baths costing £5,000 each. Handkerchiefs at £10 a blow. A yacht at a quarter of a million pounds. Who is buying them? And, more intriguingly, how?
Despite the worst recession since the 30s, there still seems to be plenty of money about - in some pockets. Is it that a lucky few are simply born with a rare ' get-rich ' gene? Or is it that they have got themselves the advice of extra-sharp accountants? Can anyone get rich?
Man Alive looks at the lifestyle of some big spenders. And asks how they do it. Could it be that there are really two tax systems in Great Britain and that some people are always going to have it easier than others?
Reporter Peter Bazalgette
Producer JUDI CONNER Editor TIM SLESSOR
Life takes on a different and zany look when viewed by one of Britain's funniest comedians.
More strange happenings in the chaotic world of Mike Harding are revealed when he takes his one-man show on stage at the Grand Theatre, Blackpool.
Additional music RICHIE CLOSE Sound EDDIE MAGRATH
Lighting JOHN CROWTHER and STAN SNAPE Produced by BARRY BEVINS BBC Manchester
with news and weather from LINDA ALEXANDER plus the evening's sports results from MARSHALL LEE.
World Indoor Bowls Championship from the Coatbridge
Indoor Bowling Club.
Over five days, ten champions have been reduced to two finalists. Edited highlights from the Final to decide the 1981 World Indoor Champion who will receive a cheque for £2,500. Commentators
DOUGIE DONNELLY , GRAHAM HOWARD
Television presentation BILL MALCOLM BBC Scotland