6.40 Chardin and the Female Image. 7.5 Paris: La Belle Epoque. 7.30 Structural Power 2: Cultural Penetration.
Live coverage of the Labour Party Conference in Brighton. Reporting team: ROBIN DAY
DAVID DIMBLEBY , ROBERT MCKENZIE
A programme for children under 5
Story: "I Remember"
Told by Dennis Cox
Presenters Sheelagh Gilbey, Stuart McGugan
(Repeated on BBC1 at 3.55 pm)
Materials needed for Play School on Ceefax page 278
Book - Play School Ready to Play, Â£1.50, from bookshops. Play On (record REC 332, cassette ZCM332) Bang-on a Drum, songs from Play School and Play Away (record REC 242, cassette MRMC 004); from record shops
Further coverage from Brighton
The first of two films about microcomputers in UK Schools today.
Secondary Computing has been taught at Oundle School, for nearly 20 years: what new prospects does the micro provide? A Birmingham school shows that useful industrial liaison is possible; and a report from Newcastle on what the local Microelectronics Education Centre provides for teachers.
4.50 The Ombudsman. 5.15 Nitrogen fixation: 2. 5.40 Maths: Convergence.
6.5 M101/28 Geometry: Axioms. 6.30 Managing the Desert Margin.
The third of a series of ten programmes
John FitzMaurice Mills invites you to start painting. Flower Painting
Producer DICK FOSTER
Book (same title), £2.75, from Bookshops (Next programme: Wednesday 6.55 pm) For details of a beginners' painting com
petition being run by the BBC and the National Union of Townswomen's Guilds, send an SAE to this address : National Union of Townswomen's Guilds, [address removed]
3: L. S. Lowry : A Street in Clitheroe
L. S. Lowry's paintings of the industrial North describe a world which has partly vanished. It is an innocent world, where factory girls and flat-capped men meet, argue, struggle and survive with a unique sense of togetherness.
Designer jonN ASBRIDGE Producer DAVID HEYCOCK
In the last programme of the series Eric Robson reports what viewers have been saying about the issues raised in last week's Brass Tacks.
Producer PETER HAMILD i Editor COLIN ADAMS BBC Manchester
with subtitles for . the hard-of-hearing, followedby Weather
This summer London's Hayward Gallery has been host to Picasso's Picassos to celebrate the centenary of his birth. Five,hundred paintings, sculptures and drawings from his private ,collection, all works that He had created and from which he couWn't be parted. In this programme, fidwin Mullins introduces the work of this extraordinary draughtsman, colourist and innSvator, *
Written by EDWIN MULLINS
Executive producer BILL MORTON
Director BOB LOCKYER
Starring Des O'Connor who plays host to some of the finest entertainment talent from Britain and America. Des sings, jokes and talks in the company of his guests from both sides of the Atlantic.
Tonight's special guests are: from Britain Jim Davidson, Lena Zavaroni; from America Garry Shandling
Orchestra directed by:
The second of six comedy programmes that look at life in the 1980s. starring Richard Stilgoe and Ron Bain , Roger Sloman
Miriam Margolyes , Tracey Ullman also featuring Kevin Turvey
Work - another British invention which has been taken over by the Japanese.
This week A Kick Up the Eighties gives you something to talk about in the dole queue.
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Costume designer KIRSTIE COLAM Make-up JANET STEELE Sound BRIAN DEWAR
Designer JIM LONGMUIR
Script editor COLIN GILBERT
Executive producer SEAN HARDIE Produced by TOM GUTTERIDGE BBC Scotland
' Heads I Win, Tails You Lose'
A hang-glider pilot, a miner and a lorry driver-they all happily accept risks every day, but now they are threatened with a nuclear power station on their doorsteps. Yet according to the experts, they have no need to worry, as the risk is minute compared with the hazards in their normal lives.
How accurate are the experts' figures, and why is it that people nevertheless do not believe that a nuclear power station, or a petrochemical complex like Canvey Island is safe? No major technological undertaking is completely without risk. But how are governments to decide what is an ' acceptable ' risk, one that is seen to be fair and justifiable by the majority of the population? Narrator MARGARET HOWARD
Film editor SUE WYATT
Editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES Written and produced by HILARY HENSON
Neil Innes , singer and songwriter extraordinary, returns for the first programme of a new, eye-opening, ear-piercing, foot-tapping, heart-throbbing, knee-trembling series.
In tonight's programme-
See: Rembrandt's Woman Bathing as never before
Gasp: at the Urban Spaceman in his see-through pyjamas
Thrill: to STOOP SOLO Giving Himself to You
Marvel: at the wisdom of Neil's special guest, Michael Palin , and Don't miss: Samantha Jay , David Shaw and the Bristol Synchronised Swimmers as they flit through.
Film cameraman JIM SAUNDERS
Film sound LYNDON BIRD
Film editor ANDREW NAYLOR
Music director JOHN ALTMAN
Designer CHRIS ROBILLIARD
Producer IAN KEILL
Labour Party Conference Report
In the aftermath of the battle for the Labour Party deputy leadership there remain important issues dividing Left and Right within the party. This year's Labour Party Conference will attempt to resolve them. John Tusa , Peter Snow and Vincent Hanna report on the day's developments at Brighton, with Donald MacCormick and Peter Hobday in London.
A Hal Roach film.