65 Helping 1W. 6.30 Creating The System. 7.20 Why Interdisciplinary Studies?
A magazine for Asian women
Producer BISH MEHAY
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
The first of two programmes
Three women-a trade union official, a race-relations adviser and a well-known actress-talk about their families, education and work.
Producer ANN PONTON
A BBC/Open University production
starring Reed Hadley as Zorro Sheila Darcy as Volita
Chapter 4: The Bridge of Peril
Zorro rides to thwart Don del Oro's plans to capture a munitions train, but is trapped by outlaw's - his only escape, a rope bridge across a deep chasm.
Directed by WILLIAM WITNEY and JOHN ENGLISH
A REPUBLIC serial (Chapter 9: tomorrow at 5.40)
A double bill of cartoons from one of Britain's leading animators, DEREK PHILLIPS
Bigger is Better
Welcome to the Losers' Club
An Open Door programme made by the All London Teachers Against Racism and Fascism.
' Racism doesn't stop at the school gate,' claim ALTARF. ' Children as young as ten have been involved with extreme right-wing racist groups, pupils are racially abused by their peers and even by their teachers. Many schools perpetuate the racism that children experience on the street and in the job queue.
' Schools have a choice. They can ignore the issue of racism, and thus connive in it, or can commit themselves to struggling against it. It's a challenge but in our film we show that parents, teachers and, above all, pupils are able to fight racism in schools.' ,
A public access programme made with the help of the COMMUNITY programme UNIT
Introduced by Harriet Crawley with Ray Gosling , Sarah Kennedy and John FitzMaurice Mills
This week RAY GOSLING meets Ben Lloyd - monumental mason and collector of tombstones; Mrs Par ratt brings along her ' Museum on a Shoestring ' - 2,000 items she's collected together for a grand total of £5.00; and SARAH KENNEDY fits Gordon Wigg 's collection of 18thand 19th-century dog collars to some suitable canine candidates.
Studio director FIONA MCKENZIE Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS BBC Bristol
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The World Series Cup: The Final
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of today's match
TV presentation CHANNEL 9 AUSTRALIA
(In the event o/ the match not being played because the World Cup Series winner is already known, this programme will be replaced by highlights of the Gala which followed the recent European Figure Skating Championships in Dortmund)
The sixth of ten programmes Irises
For sheer beauty of colour and form, the iris has few rivals. This week Geoffrey Smith takes a look at this, one of our oldest garden flowers and discovers its uses in an Italian industry that's stood the test of time.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Director ERICA Griffiths Producer BRIAN DAVIES
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In the last of six programmes Harold Williamson revisits The Reluctant Father
Professor Huntingford was a rebel in medical circles. He believed that women should make their own decision about childbirth and abortion. But all the time he denied his own wife that freedom of choice. She longed for a child of her own but he refused to give her a baby.
Now, years later, Harold Williamson finds out which one - husband or wife - would get their way.
The BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall
First Semi-Final .
A Scotsman who has represented his country 19 times and a Yorkshireman who tends sheep in the Ellerburn Valley meet on the slopes above the Firth of Clyde at Kelburn for a place in the Singles Final.
For Scotland: JOHN TEMPLETON from Fenwick with Roy
For England: NORMAN DARRELL from Thornton Dale with Pat
The Brace Championship begins today when each competitor runs two dogs at the same time, with ten sheep to control.
DENIS BIRCHALL with Mist and Kate (Ireland) v GLYN JONES with Bracken and Lyn (Wales).
Technical co-ordinator ROY SMITH Director MICHAEL KERR Producer IAN SMITH
Hotlips astonishes everyone by her behaviour when her famous father visits the 4077th. Director ALAN ALDA
B J Hunnicutt:
An eight-part serial written by Philip Mackie.
80 BC. For all his eccentricity, Fluter sees clearly that Rome is the true source of all power, and he sets off on an extended royal visit, dispensing large sums of money to bribe both Caesar and the Senate to back him. The Egyptians, furious at this subservience, depose him in his absence and make his wife, Cleopatra Tryphaena, and his daughter, Berenike, joint monarchs. But the illegitimate Fluter has enough Ptolemy blood not to let go easily.
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11.45 Topological Surfaces
What distinguishes a torus from a sphere? To make sense of the infinite variety of surfaces, topologists group them into ' intuitively obvious ' classes.
In a potentially explosive atmosphere, an alternative to electrical switching has to be designed.
12.35 Of Metals and Men
Man's experience with metals mirrors the discoveries which formed the basis of chemistry today.