7.5 Vienna: Stripping the Facade. 7.30 Reporting the Findings.
A programme for children under 5
The Tool Shed by Chloe Ashcroft
Book: Play School Ready to Play, Â£1.50, from retailers. Play On (record REC 332, cassette ZCM 332): Bang on a Drum. Songs from Play School and Play Away (record REC 242, cassette MRMC 004), from retailers
Second of two films about microcomputers in UK schools today.
Primary Houghton County Primary School has bought its own microcomputers: how did it decide which to buy and what to do with them? ITMA at Plymouth stands for Investigations into Teaching using Microcomputers as an Aid: how is the project affecting work in local schools?
16.50 Classroom Interaction
17.15 Conformation in Proteins: 1
17.40 Maths: Eccentricities
18.05 M101/25 Modelling, Pollution
John FitzMaurice Mills invites you to start painting.
The last of five programmes.
George Melly considers the appeal of the best-selling calendar girl. Slumped at the net after an exhausting game of tennis, she is childlike, impudent and irresistible.
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
A documentary film series about life in some of Britain's cities as seen by a few of the people who live in them.
"Terrible about Ray Clemence, the Liverpool goalie. Given up football altogether... Signed for Everton."
"This docker is walking out of the main gates an' he's got an alarm clock up his jumper. The dock copper stops him. "What you got there?" "Nuttin'". The alarm clock rings and the copper goes into the dock office to answer the phone."
In Liverpool there's a funny side to everything and it's marked 'This Side Up'. The comedy is tough, rebellious, spontaneous. It's not only with the comics in the clubs, it's all over the city. Brian Jaques, ex-docker, current wit, shows his city - lot of laughs.
Alan Bleasdale, born and bred here too, tells the tale. "Amongst the laughter we're dying, but we think we're doing it in style."
(BBC North West)
(Kaleidoscope reviews this programme tonight on R4 at 9.30)
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:
Tom O'Connor, Angie Gold
Orchestra directed by:
starring Richard Stilgoe and Ron Bain, Miriam Margolyes, Roger Sloman, Tracey Ullman also starring Kevin Turvey Broadcasting: The Truth
A group of young people, who depend on television for their livelihood, take a sympathetic and, at times, admiring look at their hardworking and often misunderstood employers. Including a special tribute to the Director-General's wife's cooking.
Designer JIM LONGMUIR
Script editor COLIN GILBERT
Executive producer SEAN HARDIE
Producer BRIAN TURBRIDGE ? BBC Scotland
In 1976 the United States were celebrating 200 years of independence. Among the millions of visitors crowding into Philadelphia - the 'Birthplace of the Nation' - were 2,500 members of the American Legion attending their annual convention. After a busy programme of convivial meetings these happy veterans went home-unaware that within a few days many of them would be dead, and many more fighting for their lives. The 'Legionnaires' Disease' led to one of the biggest - and most baffling - investigations in medical history. And just when the American investigators thought they had the whole case solved, startling new evidence turned up in a British hospital...
Neil Innes, singer and songwriter extraordinary, plays all the major roles in the second programme of his new eye-opening, ear-piercing, foot-tapping, heart-throbbing, knee-trembling series.
In tonight's programme:
See: a cat-meat commercial. Gasp: at a man watching TV.
Thrill: to a young couple having a drink in a bar.
Marvel: at some other people having a drink in a different bar.
Question: the audacity of Neil's special guest John Cooper Clark and Don't miss: Bobby George and the St Ives Operatic Society 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
tonight and all this week includes coverage of the Social Democratic Party's first Conference as it moves around Britain, from Perth to Bradford to London.
Peter Snow and John Tusa report on the Social Democrats; with Peter Hobday and Donald Mac-Cormick to assess the other major news at home and abroad.
The first of ten programmes.
Hot off the Eurovision link from Hamburg comes tonight's news, giving you a chance to develop your understanding of the German language and a German view of world events.
(Repeated Tues. 9.5am, not Wales)