6.40 Frequency Analysis. 7.5 Light: In
Search of a Model. 7.30 A Question of Assessment.
Junior Craft, Design and Technology
Up and Down the Hill
Teachers' Programme 1
Introducing craft, design and technology to teachers and beginning a project on designing and making model vehicles.
A companion programme for pupils, Downhill, will be broadcast next Monday on BBC1.
Producer DAVID TAFT
(Repccgted on BBci at 12.5 pm)
Story The Emperor's New Clothes
(traditional). Presenters Carol Chell , Don Spencer
The new city of Milton Keynes , in Buckinghamshire, has meant not only new homes but in one case an experimental way of planning the school curriculum. Stantonbury Campus serves one part of the city, and the film looks at the way concepts of ' flexibility ' and ' shared time ' for pupils, have provided them with a wide range of subject choices under a new ' faculty ' structure.
Producer DAVID SELIGMAN
A BBC/Open University production
A serial in 12 parts starring
Herman Brix as Kioga, the Hawk 10: Caves of Horror
A strange alliance is forged and Hawk is in dire danger, trapped in highly explosive circumstances.
A republic serial (Part 11 tomorrow at 5.40)
Noggin and the Ice Dragon: 2
On the second leg of his journey to the Antarctic, Bob Langley embarks on the Royal Navy's Ice Patrol Ship Endurance for the voyage from the Falkland Islands to the southern ice cap. The journey takes him across the notorious Drake Passage off the tip of Cape Horn, through a mine-field of icebergs and after a brief respite at an abandoned whaling station, onward to a dangerous and uncharted corner of the Antarctic peninsula.
This week's theme:
The Nude and the Naked Boucher (1703-70)
Girl on a Couch: at the Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne FRANCOIS BOUCHER personified the taste of the French aristocracy before the Revolution. He was First Painter to King Louis XV and favourite artist of the king's official mistress, Madame de Pompadour. He held a near mono-poly for decorating royal residences.
This painting is an example of just how well Boucher could paint when it was not the jaded palates of kings he tried to please, but himself. Written and narrated by EDWIN MULLINS
Director CHARLES CHABOT
(Tomorrow: Goya -' The Naked Maja ')
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
starring Kathryn Grayson Howard Keel , Ann Miller
Singing star Fred Graham is to play the lead in a new show by Cole Porter-an up-dated version of The Taming of the Shrew. He casts both his ex-wife and his girlfriend in the other leading roles - only to discover their suitability for the parts of 1 Katherine ' and ' Bianca ' is painfully obvious. Fourteen songs by the great Cole Porter helped make this show a hit.
Screenplay by DOROTHY KINGSLEY Based on the play by SAMUEL AND BELLA SPEWACK
Music and lyrics by COLE PORTER Produced by JACK CUMMINGS
Directed by GEORGE SIDNEY. Films: p 16
Lilli Vanessi, Katherine':
Fred Graham, Petruchio:
Lois Lane, 'Bianca':
Bill Calhoun, Lucentio:
' Baptista ':
Introduced by William Woollard from the British Car Auctions Farnborough
Does it pay to buy or sell second-hand car at an auction? William Woollard inquires into the world of the used car market.
Martin Muncaster tells the story of how Lord Riverdale found a Sheffield Simplex in Australia and restored this unique car.
Sue Baker gives her impressions of the Ford Fiesta XR2 and Frank Page on the new Austin Ambassador. Finally Top Gear reports on children's car safety.
Director PHILIP FRANKLIN
Executive producer derek SMITH BBC Birmingham
BBC2 Snooker Championship
The bert-of-three-lrames Final for the 1982 Pot Black Trophy.
Eddie Charlton (Australia) fhree S Pot Black Champion v Steve Davis (London)festhe 1981 World and UK Professional Champion.
Charlton bids for his fourth victory since 1972 and Davis for one of the few titles he has yet to gain!
Presenting the awards, including the Joe Davis Trophy for the Highest Break, the Minister for Sport, Neil Macfarlane , MP Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee JOHN williams Commentator TED LOWE
Lighting BARRY hill. Designer BOB HUTTON Director ROY NORTON
Producer RtG pEnRIN. BBC Birmingham
The last in a series of five films 5: Playing for Real
As the world becomes more complex, so games, mirroring almost every aspect of our lives proliferate. In New York, one games collector now lives surrounded by 30,000 different board games.
This film travels the border-line between the world of the game and the real world around it - role-playing fantasy games, business games, computer games, war games. We watch a British sports manufacturer revamp the company image around the aggressive dynamism of John McEnroe , analyse the Cuban missile crisis as a poker hand which America won, and Watergate, as the poker hand which Nixon lost.
We see the way games are used to develop frightening new levels of artificial intelligence, look at the connection between computerised video games and the spiralling technology of modern warfare. When the game world ends and the real world begins, will we finally destroy ourselves by destroying the two?
Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK
Research PENNY FORSTER, PHILIP FLOWER Film editor JERRY LEON Producer michael dibb
Producers PETER bell, JOHN HOLME
Directors mike catherwood, JOHN Wilkinson
JOHN MAHONEY , CLIVE SYDALL Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor RONALD NEIL