6.55 Modelling, Pollution. 7.20 Albert Crewe 's Atom. 7.45 Montgeoffroy: Life in a Chateau.
9.15 It's Your Choice: 2: Thinking About a Career
Everyone at school needs help when thinking about a suitable career. Today's programme starts you off with some ideas on how this might be done. (Repeat)
9.38 Going to Work: Engineering Work
Is engineering a dying industry requiring fewer and fewer workers, or is new technology making new products and providing exciting new opportunities?
10.0 You and Me: 'M' is for Monster
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Duncan is scared by a monster, but Sam tells him a story about a mouse. (Rpt)
10.15 Music Time: 2: Long Sounds, Short Sounds
Timing different sounds heard on a building site. The children improvise a sound picture of the site using metal, wood and water.
with Edward Pillinger (clarinet) and Peter Trundley (double bass).
10.38 British Social History: 1: Richard Arkwright and the First Factories
Max Mason visits Cromford in Derbyshire to see where part of our new world began. (Repeat)
11.0 Zig Zag: Norman Castles
As soon as William was crowned, he set to work to build castles. Zig-Zag continues the story of conquest by tracing the development from wooden motte and bailey castles to classic stone keeps such as the Tower of London.
11.23 Talkabout: Knock! Knock!
A series for young children designed to encourage the development of oral language. (Repeat)
11.42 General Studies: Pictures (1): Worth a Thousand Words?
Some pictures may be worth a thousand words, but do newspapers always take full advantage? (Repeat)
12.10 pm Wheels of Fire: 2: Five Million Children
Ten films about development issues in India.
The problems of infant mortality. (Repeat)
12.40 On the Rocks: 2: Break and Make
Ten programmes on the evolution of the landscape around us.
Sedimentary rocks. (Repeat)
1.5-1.30 Multi-Cultural Education: 2: A Primary Response
Ten case studies for teachers.
Getting to know pupils in ethnic-ally mixed primary schools. (Repeat)
Book Multi-Cultural Education Views from the Classroom Â£3.75 from booksellers
1.38 Scotland this Century: 2: Changes on the Land
BBC Scotland (Repeat)
2.1 Words and Pictures: Cats
A cat is reported missing and Vicky, Charlie and the children help in the search. Vicky reads this week's story Mog the Forgetful Cat. (Repeat)
2.18 Exploring Science: Getting the Measure of It
Where would we be without an agreed system of measurement? (Repeat)
2.40 The Music Arcade: 2: Rhythm
Led by Aklowa, the children join in playing African rhythms from Ghana. (Repeat)
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What does the future hold in store? An interesting alternative suggested by a ' Professor of Futures' from the University of Hawaii.
Producer DAVID JACKSON
A BBC/Open University production
Football Association Coaching: Tactics, Skills
14: Goalkeeping (2) Coach MIKE KELLY
Player PETER SHILTON
And supporting match action showing the close relationship between coaching, practice and performance.
Producer BOB ABRAHAMS
The Treasures of Lord Nelson
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 the second of four films, Mark Curry sets out to discover the stories behind treasures held in museums throughout the country.
Written by DOROTHY SMITH Directed by ROB BENFIELD
Five programmes examining the role of Members of Parliament. Consultant MALCOLM DAVIES 4: Who Pays the Piper?
To whom do MPs see themselves accountable? Their constituents; their local parliamentary, or national party; sponsors and pressure groups; themselves?
EDMUND BURKE , played by T. P. McKenna , sets out the ground-rules.
MPs and ex-MPs taking part include: Tony Benn , Michael Cocks , Michael Colvin , Arthur Palmer and William Waldegrave
Film editor TERRY WILLIAMS
Directed by NICHOLAS METCALFE Produced by TONY ROBERTS
Riverside's special guests this week are Eddie and Sunshine fresh from the successful West End run of their cabaret show. They will be joined in the studio by Mick Karn , Midge Ure and John Foxx. With additional help from Riverside's regular team of presenters DEBBI VOLLER , MIKE ANDREWS and STEVE BLACKNELL and last, but by no means least, performance from Fatima the Fantastic.
Executive producer MICHAEL APPLETON Director DAVID G. CROFT Producer JOHN BURROWES
A selection of the most popular programmes from Delia Smith's Cookery Course. Cheese
DELIA demonstrates a simple supper dish using cheese and eggs, a dramatic broccoli cheese souffle and a mouth-watering orange cheesecake.
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS
Producer PETER RIDING
The recipes are in the Part 2 book, price £4.25, and also in the Complete Cookery Course. £10.95 from booksellers.
continues a season of films made for television. starring Carrie Snodgress Dick Shawn and Edie Adams as Connie
Burton Jenny Roman divorces her wealthy husband and determines to make a career for herself in television. Hired by a popular chat show, she soon finds herself immersed in a world of backstage hysteria and intrigue as she struggles to keep custody of her young son. This fascinating and fast-paced look behind the scenes of American television, features a superb performance by Edie Adams as the alcoholic singing star who saves the show.
Written and produced by SANDRA HARMON Directed by STEPHEN H. STERN. Films: p 22
Is it possible to read someone's mind or foretell the future? Do some people have psychic powers or a sixth sense? Most scientists would emphatically say no, and that the many people who believe in such things are credulous, irrational and unscientific.
But in the last decade a number of psychologists and physicists have braved the hostility and derision of their colleagues and begun systematic laboratory research into extra sensory perception - ESP. Clairvoyance, telepathy, psychokinesis, have all been rigorously investigated under controlled conditions.
This specially-extended "Horizon" reports on the recent findings, many of which appear to challenge the understood rules of modern science. We talk to the leading critics of the new research, who reflect the views of the scientific establishment that ESP really stands for Error Some Place - and we show some scientists' recent attempts to answer their critics by taking ESP out of the laboratory and putting it to the test in the world of commerce, crime, archaeology and warfare.
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Written and produced by:
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick , with Joan Bakewell , present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.
Producers PETER BELL. TONY HALL DAVE STANFORD , JOHN MORRELL Directors
MIKE CATIIERWOOD , JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editor NICK GUTHRIE Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor DAVID DICKINSON
11.45 Geologist on the Moon Dr Harrison Schmitt talks about his geological work on Apollo 17 Mission.
12.15 Women in the Community
A group of women take up issues on rehousing, a play scheme and a cleaning co-op.