6.5 Who Plans Ealing? 6.30 Continental Crust: Ancient and Modern. 6.55 Maths: Geometry. Axioms. 7.20 Managing the Desert Margin. 7.45 Thames Barrier: Systems in Action.
9.15 It's Your Choice 1: Options
Help for third-year pupils with their option and subject choices.
9.38 Going to Work: Looking at Jobs
To help career decisions, jobs can be divided into three categories: working with people, work in offices, and practical work. This new film looks at examples of each.
10.0 You and Me: 'S' is for Sam
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Sam is busy in his signwriter's shop. Duncan the Dragon decides to help.
10.15 Music Time: 1: Working with Sounds
The children listen to a variety of sounds on a building site, and sing a song about building a house. They collect odds and ends to make sounds of their own.
10.38 Twentieth-Century History: 1: Make Germany Pay
How the Treaty of Versailles affected Germany in the 1920s.
11.0 Zig Zag: The Norman Invasion
A new series for 8-9-year-olds.
Zig Zag takes the cameras to Bayeux and retells the story of the invasion with the help of Bishop Odo and the tapestry.
11.23 Talkabout: The King's Hiccups
A series for young children designed to encourage the development of oral language.
11.42 General Studies: A Crowded Space
Ian Ridpath investigates some of the uses and potential of earth satellites.
12.10 pm Wheels of Fire: Call Your Centre People for Help
First of ten films about development issues in India.
How Tilonia - the Centre - has affected the lives of the most exploited members of society.
12.40 On the Rocks: 1: Out of the Fire
Ten programmes on the evolution of the landscape around us.
Igneous rocks and volcanoes. Book (same title), Â£2.95 from booksellers
1.5-1.30 Multi-Cultural Education: Anglo-Saxon Attitudes
Ten case studies for teachers.
Multi-cultural approaches to race in 'all-white' areas.
1.38 Scotland this Century: 1: A Century on Film
Archive film showing, among other things, Glasgow in 1910; Laurel and Hardy in Edinburgh; a 30s' police chase; the Loch Ness Monster and Benny Lynch.
2.1 Words and Pictures: Tigers
A series of stories, songs and rhymes for young children in the early stages of reading.
2.18 The History Trail: 1: The Church and the Village
How did people live and work in 17th-century Britain?
2.40 The Music Arcade: 1: Songwriting
What makes an interesting tune? Andy Hill talks about writing songs for Bucks Fizz.
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This last programme looks at democracy as a principle for educational reform, with guest CHRISTOPHER PRICE.
Producer KEN LITTLE
A BBC/Open University production
Football Association Coaching: Tactics, Skills
11: Attacking from Free Kicks and Corners
Coaches DON HOWE , RON ATKINSON BILL TAYLOR , DARIO GRADI
And supporting match action showing the close relationship between coaching, practice and performance.
Producer BOB ABRAHAMS (Port 12 tomorrow at 5.40 pm)
The uniform that Nelson wore at the Battle of Trafalgar, complete with bullet hole; the sleeping bag Captain Oates left to walk out into the Polar blizzard; Queen Mary's ration book; the skeleton of a mammoth that once ran wild in London; and the lantern Guy Fawkes held on the night he was arrested. In this series of four films Mark Curry sets out to discover the stories behind treasures held In museums throughout the country. 1: The Treasures of the Natural History Museum
Written by DOROTHY SMITH
Directed by Crispin EVANS
Five programmes examining the role of Members of Parliament. Consultant MALCOLM DAVIES 3: Come to the Party
Life away from Westminster; the Party Conference; the constituency; family life; outside interests and jobs.
MPs and ex-MPs taking part include David Alton
The Rt Hon Tony Benn Elaine Kellett-Bowman Michael Colvin and The Rt Hon Bill Rodgers.
Film director TERRY Williams Directed by NICHOLAS METCALRZ Produced by TONY MEMBERS (Postponed from 19 May)
This week, music from the outrageous Mystery Girls; a chat with Tom Robinson , and a closer look at the cult of King Kurt. Also an abrasive performance from Erie Bogosian , fresh from his success on the Edinburgh fringe; a selection of this year's College Fashion Diploma Shows, and a review of Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence.
Executive producer MICHAEL APPLETON Director DAVID G. CROFT Producer JOHN BURROWES
A selection of the most popular programmes from Delia Smith's Cookery Course. Advanced Pastry
Delia shows how to make chocolate profiteroles and gougere with cheese, and guest John Tovey demonstrates his own quick method of making rough puff pastry.
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RIDING
The recipes are in the Part 3 book, £4.25, and also in the Complete Cookery Course, £10.05 from booksellers
continues a season of feature films made for television. starring Dennis Weaver with Eloy Phil Casados as Ishi
As a boy, Ishi watches most of his tribe being brutally massacred by white men. He and a few surviving members of his family flee into the wilderness to start a new life. Over the years his companions die and Ishi is driven by fear and loneliness into the white man's world. This remarkable film, set in 1911, tells Ishi's extraordinary true story and of his friendship with Benjamin Fuller.
Screenplay by DALTON AND CHRISTOPHER TRUMBO , based on the bock Ishi in Two Worlds by THEODORA KROEBER QUINN Produced by JAMES F. sommers
Directed by ROBERT ELLIS MILLER Films: page 23
Professor Benjamin Fuller:
Written and presented by Roy Hattersrey
Nationalisation, the Health Service, a massive housing programme, withdrawal from India, building Britain's own Atomic Bomb-this was the stamp of the Attlee government of 1945. It was a transformation of Britain, argues Roy Hat tersley,' that amounted to a revolution ' and the genius of Clement Attlee was his ability to explain that his revolution was reasonable. In dark suit and Homburg hat he seemed a conventional middle-class figure, distant and difficult to know. After public school and Oxford, he became a social worker and then MP lor Limehouse. As Labour, leader he was not always intpifessive and some of his colleagues plotted against him. Yet with quiet incisivejiess and at times ruthlessness he contained them all, talked iitUè-aI\4 got his way often. In this film friends and political colleagues - Lord ~j Brocitway, ' Jojs Grirhond; Sir Harold Wilson, Lord Strauss and former Speaker Vis-
(count Txmypandy -together with • Attlee's son and daughter provide new insight Into the man^ho changed post-war Britain.
Assistant producer CHRISTOPHER WARREN Film editor ALAN LYGO
Producer JEREMY Bennett
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Championship from The Coatham Bowl, Redcar
The second round starts this evening. The format Is. best of seven sets, three legs per set.
including Liberal Assembly Report As the Liberals gather in Harrogate for this year's Assembly, David Steel emerges from his sabbatical to, face questions about the party's futtfre. Should he continue' to have final authority over "^ the manifesto? Is it time for the Liberals to merge with the Social Democrats?
John Tusa and Vincent Hanna report from Harrogate; with Donald MacCormick and Joan Bakewell in London to assess the news at home and abroad.
Produced by peter sell , TONY kali , JOHN MORRELL. DAVE STANFORD Deputy editor PAUL norms Editor DAVID dickinson
12.10 Too Much of a Good Thing
The fertilising action of phosphates can cause problems in rivers and lakes.
12.35 Loudspeaker Telephones
Ways of using acoustic research to overcome loudspeaker problems in telephones.