6.5 Halley's Comet. 6.30 Synthesis in the Laboratory. S.55 Recycling Domestic Refuse. 7.20 Identical Particles. 7.45 Engineering: Non-Linearities.
Story: My Feet
Told and danced by WILL GAINES Presenters
Johnny Ball, Sarah Long
Pianist MICHAEL OMER
Written and directed by MARTIN FISHER Executive producer cyntiiia FELGATE
(Repeal. Repeated on BBC1 at 4.20 pm)
By the 18th century, forerunners of the industrialised modern town could already be found in England. The wool textile towns of Yorkshire displayed many of the characteristics of the large manufacturing centres that were to follow, and this programme explores the physical environment of some of them.
Producer PATRICIA IIODGSON
A BBC/Open University production
helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open University. This week's selection includes The Art of Physick and The Social Primate Growing Up.
A BBC/Open University production
The first in a season of 50s Westerns is this novel Western in which Dan Barton of the Chand-Jer Detective Agency poses as a wanted man in order to break an exploitation racket operated by a gang of outlaws.
Screenplay by DANIEL a. ULLMAN and DAVID CUANTLER
Produced by VINCENT m. FENNELLY
Directed by PAUL LANDRES. Films; page 12
-Marion Foster and Brian Watkins meet some of the animals that live in our homes.
Today: Fish, with advice from JOHN Witts and harold cotton
,Produced by Andrew MEIKLE
Executive producer JOHN eentdn BBC Pebble Mill
(A new series of One of the Family begins next Thursday)
The Kodak Masters Bowls Tournament which took place at Beach House Park, Worthing.
First of seven programmes featuring eight of the best flat-green bowlers in the world.
Today's match features defending champion DAVID BRYANT in his opening match against GEORGE SOUZA from Hong Kong. Commentators
DAVID VINE, DAVID RHY3 JONES
Producer johnnie watherston (Repeal)
A personal view by Kenneth Clark
'The smile of reason... it seems to us shallow - we've got into deep water in the last 50 years ... but it didn't preclude some strongly held beliefs - belief in natural law, belief in justice, in toleration, in humanitarianism.'
The sensible sophisticated men and women who met in the salons of 18th-century Paris wanted to change society. In the end they got more of a change than they had bargained for. The polite reunions in those elegant salons became precursors of revolutionary politics. Kenneth Clark's theme takes him from great palaces like Blenheim and Versailles to Edinburgh and to the hills of Virginia where Thomas Jefferson made his home in the 1760s.
Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
from Campden Cottage, Chesham with Roy Lancaster and Geoff Hamilton
Patricia Liechti 's passion for plants began 11 years ago when, as a new housewife, she was faced with an overgrown wilderness. Today her delightful cottage garden is filled with interest and colour but it's still not without its problem areas.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON
Production assistant jean LAUGHTON Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
(Le journal d'une femme de chambre) starring Jeanne Moreau Georges G6ret
Michel Piccoli .
When Celestine starts her new job in the Monteil country house, she finds that each member of the family has some rather peculiar habits. Then the old gentleman dies and Celestine decides to return to Paris. The news, however that a child she befriended has been found raped and murdered, makes her change her plans.
Screenplay by LUIS BUN ̅UEL and JEAN-CLAUDE CARRIÈRE
Based on the novel by OCTAVE MIRBEAU Produced by SERGE SILBERMAN and MICHEL SABRA Directed by LUIS BUÑUEL
A French film with English subtitles (First showing on British television) . Films: page 12
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK , with JOAN BAKEWELL and LINDA ALEXANDER , present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.