6.40 The Weisenhof Siedlung 1927. 7.5 Personality and Learning. 7.30 Michelangelo: The Last Judgment.
Eight documentary films
2: I Know I am a Supervisor - But What Do I Do?
Becoming a supervisor is not just getting a new job description; what counts is what you find yourself doing. Crucial to this is a clear understanding with your boss as to what your role should be. This programme looks at how a number of supervisors have worked, with their bosses, towards clearer understanding of their job.
Assistant producer SALLY KIRKWOOD Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Story: The Ball of String by MARGARET ELLIOTT Presenters
Lucie Skeaping , Chris Tranchell
4.50 Critical Path. 5.15 Potsdam 4: The Aftermath. 5.40 Hume and Causality.
6.5 The Black English Case. 6.30 A Portrait of Summer School.
Introduced by Hilary Henson , with principal judge Heinz Wolff and guest judge Michael French , Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Lancaster University.
Accuracy and precision are the key to this week's problem. Given only a 6mm ball-bearing for reference, teams from KENWOOD ENGINEERING, MARCONI RADAR SYSTEMS and WARWICK RESEARCH UNIT FOR THE BLIND are challenged to construct a variety of measuring devices.
Assistant producer CAROLINE VAN DEN BRUL Studio director BRIAN DAVIES Producer PETER BRUCE
The lonely lochs and shores of Uist with its windswept moorlands - the plaintive cries of seals, loons and eagles. Nature's own rhythms are mirrored in the lives of the Hebridean crofters.
Narrator DOUGLAS LEACH
Photography ALAN MCGREGOR
Film editor BERNARD ROUGHTON
Presented by KEITH HOPKINS. BBC Bristol
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
In 1974 the whole of local government in England and Wales, outside London, was reorganised. How is it viewed now, by a man who played a vital part in the events leading up to that reorganisation? Eric Robson asks Lord Redcliffe-Maud, who chaired the Royal Commission on Local Government, whether he has any regrets about the way things have turned out. With hindsight, does he still believe in big local councils? Did the public response to boundary changes surprise him, and are the new councils really that much better than the old ones?
Research ADAIRE OSBALDESTON Director PAUL LOOSLEY
Producer ALAN DOBSON. BBC Manchester
The tides of the Severn Estuary are the highest in Europe. Their vast energy could be harnessed to generate a tenth of the country's electricity by the end of the century. But it would mean building a ten-mile dam across the estuary at a cost of £5,500-million. Is it worth it? And what about the far-reaching effects on the environment?
After two years' deliberation the Government's official Severn Barrage Committee is publishing its findings. In an exclusive preview, reporter John Norman examines the committee's conclusions and asks: should the Severn Barrage be built?
Photography DAVID SAUNDERS Film editor BILL OXENHAM
Producer MARGARET BENTON BBC West
The first of four shows from Snape Maltings featuring the versatile country music man as he leads the singing, plays the fool-and a variety of musical instruments.
This week: Villains - Their Wine, Women and Song
Special guest artist Frank Ifield
Musical director GRAHAM COOPER Director RICK GARDNER
Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
The first of 13 episodes A Fall from Grace by JIM HAWKINS and ANTHONY MINGHELLA starring Patrick Stewart
Jo is one of the brightest students at her university, but now she can't cope ... Everyone's concerned - can anyone actually help?
Music by DARYL RUNSWICK
Medical adviser DR JOHN HEED
Designer JON PUSEY
Script editor KERRY CRABBE
Producer RUTH BOSWELL Directed by RICHARD STROUD
Dr Edward Roebuck:
Dr Jennifer Brent:
Introduced by Judith Jackson
Top Gear reveals a revolutionary new engine and plans for the manufacture of an entirely new all-British motor car.
Frank Page reports from the Motor Insurance Repair Research Centre at Thatcham where they smash cars to help reduce insurance premiums.
Ted Clements continues with advice to improve your driving technique and FRANK PAGE takes us Back to the Drawing Board again.
What's New with Sue Sue Baker brings us up to date with the news of the motor industry.
Director BRIAN STRACHAN
Executive producer DEREK SMITH BBC Birmingham
PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELER , JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY present an informed account of what's happening in the world; the latest news and weather forecast from LINDA ALEXANDER, plus sports results from 00000DAVID icke.
takes a look at the contemporary rock scene with Anne Nightingale and David Hepworth
In the studio this week
Plastics Holly and the Italians with films, album tracks, interviews, news and reviews.
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Music from the series (record BELP 017, cassette ZCF 017), from record shops