6.40 Maths Convergence. 7.5 Electric Money. 7.30 Computing: Sorting.
Story: The Soup Stone (trad)
Floella Benjamin , Fred Harris
Money is a major problem facing the two London Primary Schools, EDWARD WILSON SCHOOL and BARROW HILL SCHOOL, featured in this programme. Who decides how much money they get; and how do they decide what to spend it on? Producer NICK BRENTON
A BBC/Open University production
The classic serial in 12 exciting episodes, starring
1: Tomorrow's World
In which Buck Rogers and Buddy, having been in suspended animation since their airship crashed, are rescued in the year AD 2240 and agree to help General Huer in his fight against the ruthless Killer Kane. Also starring
Directed by FORD BEEBE and SAUL COODKIND
(Episode 2 tomorrow at 5.40 pm)
A series in 18 parts adapted from her books by JOAN LINGARD
17: Granny dies in hersleep on New Year's morning.
Film editor BARBARA PLUCK
Film cameraman NORMAN SHEPHERD
Producer KENNY MCBAIN. BBC Scotland
Neil Grant ':
Noggin and the Pie: episode 1 Told by OLIVER POSTGATE
RONNIE STEVENS and SANDRA KERR
Music by VERNON ELLIOTT Pictures by PETER FIRMIN
Written and produced by OLIVER POSTGATE
A series of five programmes exploring the hobby of fish-keeping and the range of creatures that can be adopted successfully by the home aquarist.
1: Living Jewels
Goldfish and Koi - oriental coldwater fish that thrive in garden ponds - were domesticated and bred for centuries before modern technological aids were invented. Narrator DEREK JONES
Eight programmes about renovating old furniture at home. Presented by DAVID DAY and ALBERT JACKSON 2: Surface Damage
Often it is better to accept minor damage as part of the character of an old piece of furniture. If you do decide on a repair, the method will depend on whether the piece is solid or veneered.
Film editor AL CELL
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Book (same title) £4.75, from booksellers 0 BETTER THAN NEW: page 73
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
The second of six programmes about families who make music together.
Presented by Roy Castle and featuring
The Owens from North Wales.
Their house is called Hafod-y-Gan (House of Music), and three generations of Owens combine to make a fine family choir which can be heard in the chapel at Pwllglas, in the Fox and Hounds and in the beautiful Clwyd hills. Guiding light behind this close-knit family group is mother (and songwriter) CERI.
The Norrises from Worcester.
Another mother-leader, LAURIE NORRIS , gently encourages her six children to share her pleasure in music-making. Technical skill is not a priority in the Norris band, but enjoyment is. The film includes the first public performance of a composition by the eldest Norris - ROBERT - called ' A country dream'. Reporter JILL PHILLIPS
Film editor LAURIE JONES Producer TONY STAVEACRE BBC Bristol
The second of two programmes in which verite film and the Royal Albert Hall concerts are combined to capture the excitement of Barry Manilow 's recent UK tour.
Musical director VICTOR VANACORE Musicians BOB FORTE, BUD HARNER ROBERT MARULLO , BILL PAGE JOHN PONDEL , CARL SEALOVE
Singers KEVIN DISIMONE. MUFFY HENDRIX JAMES JOLIS. BECKY PORTER
Film cameraman PATRICK TURLEY Film sound MARTYN CLIFT Film editor VIC VINE
Video tape editor JOHN SILLITTO Director STEWART MORRIS
A mixture of comedy and music in the company of zany comedian Mike Harding.
The ' Cuddly Owl' takes his one-man television show on stage at the Opera House, Buxton, for the last time in the present series.
Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Sound ALAN FOX
Lighting JOHN CROWTHER Producer BARRY BEVIN3 BBC Manchester
by PETER RANSLEY from a psychiatric case study by DR MORTON SCHATZMAN featuring
The nightmare experience of a young American housewife, confronted by a dark secret from her childhood, is a tale of terror stranger than fiction. It happened in London, in 1977. Photography DAVID WATSON Sound Recordist CHRIS KING Film editor DAVID THOMAS Designer TONY SNOADEN
Produced and directed by JOHN PURDIE
Dr Morton Schatzman:
Ruth, aged 10:
Ruth, aged 5:
A Polish comedy of manners in the arena of human conflict
Animation by BRONISALW ZEMAN
Presenters Peter Snow, John Tusa and Donald MacCormick bring you the major events of the day, and the pictures, interviews and analysis that explain their significance. From the programme's team of correspondents: film reports shot in Britain and around the world on the issues and topics which are making the headlines. Joan Bakewell has first news of stories from the arts; David Icke and Marshall Lee have the stories from behind the world of sport. Producers PETER BELL. JOHN HOLME Directors
MIKE cAl'IlERWOOD. JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editors
JOHN MAIIONEY. CLIVE SYDDALL Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor RONALD NEIL