6.5 Cognitive Styles. 6.30 Plough and Hoe: 2. 6.55 Juggling with Physics, 7.20
Moral Responsibility, 7.45 History of Maths.
PARVEEN MIRZA chairs a discussion about social security benefits, with MANASHI BARUA , SHAHIDA AHMED and DAKSHA DESAI ; and there's music.
Producer YOUSUF AZIZ. Executive producer
ASHOK RAMPAL. BBCPebblc Mill
12.55 Parents and Teenagers: All Change
2 30 The Cucumber Stakes (5f) 30 Court Hill H'cap Stakes (6f)
3.30 The Schroder Life Predominate Stakes (1½m)
4.0 The Halnaker Stakes (61)
When middle-class families lived ' over the shop'. women played a part in business. With the drift to the suburbs, domestic and commercial life were separated.
Producer FRANCES BERRIGAN
A BBC/Open University production
stars Judy Garland , Mickey Rooney Continuing a season of films starring celebrated child actors. A pair of talented youngsters stage a musical to prove vaudeville is not dead. When ' the talkies' threaten their parents' livelihood and their own future, the juveniles dance their way to a big New York production.
Screenplay by JACK MCGOWA
KAY VAN RIPER
Produced by ARTHUR FREED Directed by BUSBY BERKELEY
There is an old Chinese saying: 'One monk will shoulder two buckets of water, two monks will share the load, but add a third monk and no one will want to fetch water When a third monK arrives at a temple high up on a hill, all three monks go thirsty, until there is a fire ...
Directed by A DA Produced by SHANGHAI ANIMATION FILM STUDIO
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The music, moods, movements, people and politics of Britain's black communities.
Introduced by Juliet Alexander
Vince Herbert and Wayne Laryea This week: music from maze
ROY CHAPMAN. AMANDA THEUNISSEN Series producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol
Written, narrated by Chris Serle
'There are still a lot of young people around today with the same healthy contempt for difficulty and danger that Drake, Livingstone and Stanley had all those years ago. In this island of shopkeepers, the old bulldog breed is still there.' (Col John Blashford-Snell)
Two thousand five hundred teenagers from riot-torn Toxteth, Brixton, St Paul's and other depressed areas were given the chance last summer to take a free holiday with the Army. Explorer John Blashford-Snell requisitioned the huge, disused bastion Fort George in the Scottish Highlands to let his young holiday-makers loose on the toughest adventure training scheme the Army could devise.
Lyttleton Old School is a rather indifferent boys public school. The most casual observation of this establishment reveals its dedication, not to the education of the pupils, but the comfort of the staff.
Music arranged by RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Designer JAN SPOCZYNSKI
Produced by GARETH GWENLAN Directed by JOHN B. HOBBS
A series of eight documentaries about some of the leading masters of martial arts and their skills. 2: Kalari - The Indian Way
Narrated by Dennis Waterman
Kalari has been practised in the villages of south India for 2,000 years It is almost unknown, even in India, and yet its masters are doctors, healing their community as well as teaching a deadly art.
Film cameraman jim SAUNDERS Sound recordist ROGER LONG Film editor LIZ THOYTS
Assistant producer HOWARD REID written and produced by MICHAEL CROUCHER. BBC Bristol
A serial in six parts, starring
Kenneth Welsh , Jennifer Dale Martha Henry , Gabriel Arcand 2: Buddy, Can You Spare 17 Million Dollars?
Montreal 1935: Savage depression, breadlines, unemployment, suicide and despair. The bank is now foreclosing on James Munroe unless he can raise 17 million dollars within a month. When his son meets the daughter of a Scottish peer and invites her father to stay, Munroe sees a solution.
Screenplay by DOUGLAS BOWIE Directed by DENYS ARCAND
Executive producer MARK BLANDFORD A CBS (television) production
11.50 Topology: Classifying Surfaces Geometrically
Think of a surface. You can construct it with, at most. two special surfaces; take several copies, distort them, connect them.
12.15 am Instrumentation: Position Transducers and Counting
The Moire fringes you see when lace curtains move across each other are actually used to measure movement with great accuracy. The inventor of the Moire fringe counter, the late Dr L. Sayce. illustrates the method.