6.10 Strawberry Hill
7.5 Lord Kelvin's Clock
7.30 Potsdam 2: The Confrontation
Story: Enough is Enough written by Mary Cockett, illustrated by Nancy Petley-Jones
Presenters: Carol Chell, Ben Thomas
Book - Play School Ready to Play, Â£11.50 from bookshops
4.50 Classical Greece: The Theatre. 5.15 Dynamic Aspects of NMR. 5.40 Maths: Lagrange's Theorem. 6.5 M101/6 Rational Numbers and \/2. 6.30 Farming: Organic or Intensive.
In this series which shows artists making original prints, we see ELLEN kuhn making a screenprint in her own studio, and GERD winner working with famous master printer chris prater of Kelpra Studio.
Film editor HOWARD sharp Producer SUZANNE davies
Look Listen Learn: pages 41-44
Cries of thousands of wintering wild geese echo across our estuaries and lochs. With the first signs of spring, they depart north-wards to their nesting grounds in the high Arctic.
Narrator Douglas Leach
Photography Ronald Eastman, Hugh Miles
Film editor Bernard Roughton
Presented by Robin Pryterch
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
A series of six films 4: Hull
Most of Hull's dockers are descended from the impoverished workers who flocked from all parts to dig the deep-water docks in the 19th century. Now their numbers are dwindling and only dockers' sons are eligible to join the long waiting list for a job.
Brian Trueman talks to the dockers about the tough life that has left their community bitter about the past, keen on every aspect of welfare, as well as passionate about Rugby League.
Producer Sid Waddell
Director John C Miller
In tonight's programme Marti's special guests Tony Christie and Wall Street Crash, Elena Duran with Geoff Richer's First Edition
Songs from the series (record reb 408, cassette zcf 408) from record shops
Geoff Richer's First
A series of seven programmes written by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn
starring Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne with Derek Fowlds
Sub-titles on Ceefax page 270
Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Sir Desmond Glazebrook:
Sir Frank Gordon:
How did the elephant get its trunk? Or the giraffe its neck? Darwin's theory of evolution says that societies evolve slowly from one form to another. So ancient fossils and bones should include an elephant with half a trunk, or seven-eighths of a giraffe's neck. But they don't. And these gaps occur in all classes of animal fossils, from molluscs to man.
So the established theory is now under strong attack both by Biblical Creationists, who offer well-argued objections to Darwin, and by a range of scientists who offer an alternative explanation. Could evolution occur in a series of jerks, switching suddenly into new creatures? With the help of alligators and beetles, chimpanzees and dinosaurs, elephants and fruit-flies, Horizon examines the evidence. Narrator Paul Vaughan
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This week the Wild West that John Wayne never knew. Musical review group Baby Grand bring you a fresh view of a cowboy's lifestyle. Special guest Andy Fairweather Low
Choreography Stuart Hopps
Sound Peter Hunt, Des Bennett
Designer Julian Williams
Directed by Avril Price
Produced by David Richards
BBC Cymru Wales
with Peter Snow, Charles Wheeler, John Tusa and Peter Hobday
News and weather from Linda Alexander plus sport from David Icke.