6.5 Maths Methods: Waves. 6.30 Organ-Ics by the Ton. 6.55 Metal Finishing.
7.20 'The Island' Language and Drama.
7.45 Continental Crust: Ancient and Modern.
9.8 Science Topics: Conception to Birth
(Broadcast on Tuesday at 1.19)
9.35 Maths-in-a-Box 1: Strange Visitor
Written by Alex Glasgow.
A mathematical adventure in ten episodes, featuring eight-year-old Tracey and her friend Paul, with Powka, the man from Suter and a singing computer. (Repeat)
9.52 Look and Read: Dark Towers - Episode 1
(Broadcast on Tuesday at 10.10 am)
10.15 Mathscore Two: 1: Take It Away
Exactly how do you subtract 42 from 67? And what does one million of something look like? (Repeat)
10.38 Exploring Science: Getting the Measure of It
Where would we be without a system of measurement agreed by everybody? (Repeat)
11.0 Junior Craft, Design and Technology: Up and Down the Hill: Downhill
Craft, design and technology is about solving problems. This programme begins with the problem of going downhill. (Repeat)
11.22 Read On!: 1: The First Person
(Broadcast on Wednesday at 2.18)
11.44 Going to Work Looking at Jobs
12.5 pm The Computer Programme - Series 1
An introduction to the use of computers with the emphasis on small machines. The language is BBC BASIC.
For details of programming BASIC, information on clubs and courses, the range of software and the British Broadcasting Corporation Micro-computer system, send large sae plus 21p postage to [address removed] (Repeat)
12.30 Business Club - Series 2: 1: Flowers and Things (Rpt)
12.55 Speak for Yourself: Emergency!
Have you ever had to dial 999? What does the operator ask? What information do you need to give?
(For more information on today's topic, in 13 different languages, phone [number removed] after the programme) (Repeat)
1.21 Encounter: Spain: Town and Village
Documentary films based on life in Spain - for European studies and background to language courses. (Repeat)
1.38 Around Scotland: Burgh Life in 1623: 1: Merchant of Dunrossie (Repeat)
2.1 Scene: Jackie McCafferty's Romance
A comedy by Peter McDougall about the problems of getting to know the person you've fallen in love with. (Repeat)
2.30 English File: Androcles and the Lion: Part 1
by Bernard Shaw.
A new production in two episodes.
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BBCtv cameras cover a further three races in The Invalid Children's Aid Association Charity Day
3.15 The Taylor Woodrow Team Charity Stakes (Handicap, 1m) Miss Bali Beach is a leading contender for this valuable prize.
3.50 The William Hill H'cap dim)
4.20 The Final Straw Stakes (Handicap, 5f)
Professor Arthur Marwiek looks at student protest in Britain and Germany in the late 1960s through the television news coverage of the time to find out what they had in common and what was different.
Producer ROGER THOMPSON
A BBC/Open University production
This week's selection includes Conflict in the Family, James Bond , 8 and Materials Failure: In Court.
Producer KEVIN NEWPORT
A BBC/Open University production
A double bill of classic Columbia cartoons.
Egg Yegg and Two Lazy Crows
starring Robert Young ,
Janis Carter , Jack Beutel
Peaceful Indian tribes become restless when an unscrupulous trader keeps the reservations short of food and cattle in order to stir up trouble. When the Apaches eventually revolt, only two men, a half-breed and a gambler, can prevent a massacre.
Screenplay by HAROLD SHUMATE. RICHARD WORMSER. Produced by HERMAN SCHLOM
Directed by STUART GILMORE. Films: p 23
The Kodak Masters Bowls Tournament from Beach House Park, Worthing The third in this year's series of programmes featuring eight of the world's best flat-green bowlers.
Tonight's match decides the pairings for the semi-finals and is between the Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist Willie Wood of Scotland and the 28-year-old Canadian Burnie Gill. Commentators
DAVID VINE, DAVID RHYS JONES
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
A personal view by Kenneth Clark
'Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive' wrote Wordsworth of the early days of the French Revolution, but the storming of the Bastille led not to the freedom but to the Terror, the dictatorship of Napoleon and the dreary bureaucracies of the 19th century.
Kenneth Clark traces the progressive disillusionment of the artists of the Romantic movement, through the music of Beethoven, the poetry of Byron, the paintings of Gericault, Turner and Delacroix, and the sculpture of Rodin.
'The 19th century revealed a split in the European mind as great as that which afflicted Christendom in the 16th century, and even more destructive. On the one hand was the new middle class created by the Industrial Revolution... Sandwiched between a corrupt aristocracy and a brutalised poor it had produced a defensive morality, conventional, complacent, hypocritical. On the other hand were the finer spirit - poets, painters, novelists, who were still heirs of the Romantic movement, still haunted by disaster.'
Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
Autumn is the right time for thinking of spring colours and with this in mind Geoff Hamilton and Anne Mayo plant bulbs, biennials and herbacious perennials - and we visit the £2 garden for an update.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON
Production assistant JEAN LAUCHTON Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Laurent Terzieff and Paul Frankeur
A pair of vagrants, Jean and Pierre, decide to walk from Paris to the shrine of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Their pilgrimage, interrupted by a series of bizarre encounters, becomes a trip through the history of heresy. Slipping through time and sometimes into other characters, the pilgrims keep doggedly on their chosen path.
Metaphysical, ironical, erotic and witty, Buftuel's exploration of the Catholic doctrine may be recondite but it is never dull.
Screenplay by LUIS BUNUEL and JEAN-CLAUDE CARRIERI
Producer SERGE SILBERMAN Director LUIS BUNUEL
(A French film with Engltsh subtMet) (First snowing on British television) Films: page 23
Marquis de Sade:
Man with the cape:
including Liberal Assembly Report PETER SNOW and VINCENT HANNA with a full report from the Liberal Assembly in Harrogate, JOHN TUSA and LINDA ALEXANDER in London to assess the news at home and abroad.
The Unipart British Professional
Championship from The Coatham Bowl,
Redcar PETER PURVES introduces coverage of the last two quarter-finals, with total prize money of £30,100 at stake.
Seeded to win through for the first match is Mr Consistency and No 2 Seed, JOHN LOWE , against No 7 Seed, TONY BROWN , now back on his best form.
The players seeded to play in the second match this evening are BOBBY GEORGE , No 6 Seed, and his England International team-mate, No 3 Seed DAVE WIIITCOMBE. Commentators
SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN
KEITH PHILLIPS , MIKE ADLEY