6.5 Personality and Learning. 6.55 Physics: Reflections on Waves. 7.20 Harris Tweed. 7.4S Industrial Relations: Us and Them.
Today LALITA AHMED talks to SHARAN SACH DEVA, SWARAN TALWAR and SAMINA MIR about child-minding.
Music is provided by DEEDAR SINGH.
Producer BISH MEHAY. Executive producer AShOK RAMPAL , BBC Pebble Mill
Story: Indian Two Feet and His Horse by MARGARET FRISKY
Presenters Floella Benjamin Patrick Abernethy
12.30 The First Yearsoilife:AUYours.
12.55 Health Choices: Home Cooking.
Has new office technology affected the traditional role of secretaries?
A BBC/Open University production
The saga of the lethal arnanite continues- suspecting that a ship is being used to transport the material Terry joins the ship's crew. But an exploding boilertraps them in the hold.
Directed by WILIAM WlTNEY and ALAN JAMES (A Republic Serial. Black and white)
Presented by Charlotte Allen with Heinz Wolff
Music without Tears
Tonight's teams are challenged to do for music what the pocket calculator has done for mathematics. Accepting the challenge are teams from Oxford University. St George's Hospital, London, and a trio of Ergonomists from Burton-on-Trent. Guest judge is Terry Pamplin from the London College of Furniture.
Studio director CHARLES HUFF Producer PETER BRUCE
The last of the qualifying frames for the Junior Pot Black Trophy. Featuring Steve Ventham
(Mitcham), 1982 British Junior Under-16 Champion, v Chris Ham-son (Nottingham). 1981 British Junior Under-16 Champion Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Commentator TED LOWE Referee vie BARTLAM Director
JOHN g. SMITH producer KEG rounif. BBC Pebble Mill
Tolethorpe Hall , Lincolnshire, is where the STAMFORD SHAKESPEARE PLAYERS perform in an open-air theatre. Paul Cola goes behind the scenes, meets Peggy Mount , who's joined the Royal Shakespeare Company after almost 50 years in show business, and also sees author Michael Green demonstrate the art of coarse acting.
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Paul Heiney and Lucie Skeaping with news and features, plus vital information for everybody going on holiday this summer. Holiday currencies - what's your pound worth today? Traffic Jam of the Week. But it there or take it with you? A weekly guide to typical holiday purchases. Weather facts and forecasts from Jim Bacon , including Britain's sunniest and cloudiest resorts this week.
Studio director JULIET MAY Producer ROGER MACDONALD
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON
Narrated by Rene Cutforth
Cleopatra's Needles exist throughout the world: London, New York, Paris, Rome, Istanbul. And only five are left in Egypt.
But why were they built? What is the significance of their shape? What do the hieroglyphs on their side say? And why, for 2,000 years, has every aspiring empire felt the need to possess one as some kind of ' good housekeeping' seal of approval?
Chronicle tells the story of their erection in the service of the Egyptian sun god and their removal by pharaohs, emperors, popes and Victorian engineers.
Producer PAUL JORDAN
Editor BRUCE NORMAN
A movie quiz, devised, written and presented by Robin Ray
This week's contestants are from Wolverhampton, Plymouth, Cook-ham and Newcastle upon Tyne.
They each identify a compilation of films, answer general questions on stars and are given a specific area of the cinema on which to be more closely tested.
Tonight's chosen areas are: Marlon Brando, Science Fiction from 1950 onwards. Judy Garland and War Films of the 1960s.
Film editor/researcher MALCOLM ILLINGWORTH
Directed by PAUL LOOSLEY
Produced by JOHN BUTTERY BBC Manchester
R. A. Butler 1902-1982
' The Uncrowned Prime Minister
Rab Butler held every major Cabinet post in his long political career which he relinquished to become Master of Trinity College. Cambridge, in 1965. Twice he almost became Prime Minister - in 1957 and in 1963- but this always eluded him. Anthony Howard presents a portrait of one of the most influential politicians of the century, with contributions from his widow Lady Butler, his sister Iris Portal, Lord Home, The Rt Hon Enoch Powell , MP, Lord Carrington and The Rt Hon Julian Amery , MP.
Film editor IAN, FARR series producer PHILIP SPEIGHT Producer CAROL OWENS
Tomorrow, at Royal Birkdale Golf Club, the 112th Open Championship begins and as a foretaste of the tension and excitement to be experienced over the next four days this report of last year's event at Royal Troon brings back the delights and disappointments.
Tom Watson , the champion, Bobby Clampett so far ahead only to face disaster and Nick Price , ' unknown ' but nearly a winner.
Written and directed by PHIL PILLEY A twi production
A book. The World of Golf, £9.95 is available from booksellers
12.10 Topoloay: Covering Surfaces
A surface which can be wrapped around a second surface is called a ' covering surface ' - but which surfaces can cover which other surfaces?
12.35 Managing the Managers: Michael Jones , Jewellers
This firm in Northampton is run as a co-operative. The issue of bonuses highlights some of the distinctive features of the firm.
1.5 Bartholomew Fair bu Ben Jonson Bartholomew Fair was for three centuries London's most important event. The programme looks at its economic importance and the way the fair helped spread new ideas and was a centre of popular culture and entertainment.