6.5 Modern Art: Futurism. 6.30 Heat from. Sea Beds. 6.55 Biology; Cell Movement. 7.20 The Periodie Table. 7,45 Sanctions and Rhodesia:
9.35 Encounter: Germany Communications
9.53-10.8 Capricorn Game
A serial adventure, part 5
The Cow Who Fell in the Canal by PHYLLIS KRASIHOVSKY
Illustrated by PETER SPIER ,' Presenters *
Carol Chell , Chris Tranchell
Events in ; the William Tyndale Junior School in Islington, London, became the subject of eontroversial disciplinary proceedings, an independent inquiry, and heated long-running national press interest. The different sides in the dispute explain both this involve-men't and the issues they felt were at stake.
A, BBC/Open University production
In the company of David Hepworth and Mark Ellen. With studio guests Marillion and Wah.
The last in the present series Sir Gordon Richards - Jockey
When Gordon Richards rode Pinza to victory in the 1953 Derby the nation sighed with relief. After all, this most prodigious jockey had won more races than any Briton before or since, but not once in 30 attempts had he finished first in the ' blue riband ' of the turf.
Written by JULIAN WILSON Film editdr AUGUSTE NUNES
Producer JEFF GODDARD <Repeat)
A classic COLUMBIA cartoon
with subtitles, followed by Weather
continues a season of feature films starring Hollywood's legendary actress. Also starring Tony Curtis
It's Chicago 1,929-the pre-depression, flapper era dominated by prohibition hot music and tough racketeers. When Joe and Jerry, two under-employed musicians witness "the St Valentine's Day massacre, they nearly become' victims themselves. The only escape is a jazz band heading for Florida. With Curtis and Lemmon in drag, joining Marilyn - a tipsy, ukulele-playing singer in an all-girl band-this spoof gangster movie rapidly becomes one of Holly-wood's most inventive comedies.
Screenplay by BILLY WILDER , i. A. L. DIAMOND From a story by R. THOEREN and M. LOGAN Produced and directed by BILLY WILDER Films: page 16
The last of eight films about the pleasures of birdwatching presented by Tony Soper Beautiful Strangers
For the real aficionados, even holidays are filled by birdwatching, the further afield the better. -a visit to the Camargue in southern France to see flamingos, bee-eaters and purple herons.
Film editor AL CELL
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Book (same title), £3.50 from bookseller]
Karen Fools Around
Ricocheting around a tale of love and jealousy we unveil further true-life stories at the Hotel Pelican.
Produced by LES ALEXANDERand DICK smith Directed by CHARLES w. ROBIN
W Emmett Klavington .:
Six films in which Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to plunge. in at the deep end and learn ihe' hard way about a completely new world.
Tonight Chris Serle becomes a butler, for a weekend houseparty at Lord Hertfold's 110-room stately home'sn Warwickshire and learns that tfiere's more to being a 'gentleman's gentleman 1 than he'd ever imagined.
On his way to his big weekend, Chris explores the fascinating world of Upstairs, Downstairs in some of the country's great houses; goes through butlera training school, serves lunch to Katie Boyle , meets Margaret Powell and is groomed by the creator of Mr Hudson , television's best-known butler, Gordon Jackson.
This series gets better and better and you'll kick yoursel/ if you don't watch
An entertaining film preoccupied with tremendous trifles and ancient rituals
Series producer ADAM CLAPHAM Producer NICK HANDEL
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK present full coverage of the day's developments on the hustings, and examine the most important issues of the campaign with leading politicians.
VINCENT HANNA analyses the latest swings in voters' intentions with the Newsnight 100 - the programme's representative panel of voters from across the country, and Newsnight's team of reporters cover the country to bring you details of the constituencies, the personalities and the issues that will determine the result.
LINDA ALEXANDER and JOAN BAKE-WELL present Newsnight's review and analysis of the rest of the day's events with the programme's correspondents in Britain and around the world.
PETER BELL , TONY HALL and DAVE STANFORD Directors
MIKE CATHERWOOD and JOHN WILKINSON Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor DAVID LLOYD
11.40 The National Grid and its Awkward Customers
Ideally, electrical power generation would be subject to a constant demand. Unfortunately consumers demand power when they need It. How do generating boards cope?
12.5 Psychology: The TV Studio
The programme looks at the way in which attention can be developed. It concentrates on the attention problems of a television presenter and director.