9.15 Encounter: France: 4: School, Work, Family
'I want to be...." First day at work for an apprentice chef; shop assistants in training; boarding pupils at a college and home-coming at the end of term. (Rpt)
9.33 Rendez-vous: France: 4- Ecole, travail, famille
A language resource series.
En apprentissage; Vers un emploi; A propos de l'internat... (Repeat)
'The flood is coming!' warns the tortoise, and all the animals take flight.
(Shown on Monday at 11.23 am)
10.12 Science Workshop: Materials 'B'
(Shown on Wednesday at 9.38 am)
10.34 Scene: Lies: 2
by Willy Russell. (Repeat)
(For details see Friday at 2.1)
11.5 Maths-in-a-Box: 2: Down on the Farm
A mathematical adventure in ten episodes. (Repeat)
11.30-11.50 Outlook: 2: The Childhood of Christ
The archaeological background to the Gospels. (Repeat)
11.55 Swim: 4: Front Crawl
Andrew Harvey introduces ten programmes for swimmers and non-swimmers of all ages. (Repeat)
12.20 Illusions of Reality: 4: Britain Must be Strong
A look at the cinema newsreel of the 1930s. (Repeat)
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12.45-1.0 Write Away
Viewers are shown how to improve their spelling. (Repeat)
Writing and Spelling Handbook (for teachers and tutors) Â£1.85 from book-sellers
1.38 Around Scotland: The Clyde Coast: 1: On the Move
A unit of three environmental studies.
John Crawford sails up the Clyde on a container vessel, and pupils from Kirn Primary School find out about the Dunoon-Gourock ferries.
2.0 You and Me: Incey Wincey Spider
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Lesley Wiltshire and the children look for spiders and worms and watch some bees making honey. (Rpt)
2.15 Music Time: 4: The Sounds of the Voice
Brian Cant helps Jonathan Cohen to show how voices and instruments have their own tone colour.
(Shown on Monday at 10.15 am)
2.40 Walrus: After Four: Episode 2
by Cathy Pellicer.
A series about language. (Repeat)
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Bantams are colourful pets and can be kept by anyone with a small garden and as Reg Compton tells Brian Watkins , ' as a bonus, their eggs are delicious '.
Pet ducks also give character to a garden and don't need as much water as many people think. Tom Bartlett , who runs a Wild-fowl Trust in the Cotswolds, introduces Marian Foster to some very noisy little ducks.
Carl Nicholson of the RSPB advises on the construction and siting of birdboxes and tables.
Production assistant SUE PARLEY Producer ANDREW MEIKLE
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Starring Gordon Scott, Peter Arne, Wilfrid Hyde-White
A plane carrying a party of five socialites crashes in the middle of the jungle. One of the party, a beautiful woman, is captured by natives ...
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Based on the characters created by:
The Badgers of Gwent
The badger is constantly being persecuted by man. Killed for shaving-brushes and sporrans; baited for sport and disturbed by local hunts and thoughtless farmers. Now Brock is protected by law, but although pressure groups like the one in Gwent are being formed around the country Britain's largest wild carnivore is still in danger.
Made by GRAHAM HORDER for the GWENT BADGER GROUP Presented by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
Photo-science takes a back seat when Dave Lee Travis concentrates on the sheer en. joyment of picture-making in the fourth day of BBC2's photo week. Shadow Foreign Secretary, and keen amateur cameraman, Denis Healey accepts an assignment challenge when he visits his first race meeting and captures on film the giory of Goodwood. Assignment cameras share DLT's ordeal at the RADIO TIMES cover session and me Maddy Prior Band takes a photo-call for amateur cameras.
With one day to go the studio panel make their choice from heat four of the nationwide Photo-Assignment Competition.
Musical director RICHIE CLOSE
(Photo-Assignment Eztra at 11.40 pm)
The last of six films of early exploration
Introduced from the Royal Geographical Society by the pioneer polar explorer Duncan Carse.
Flying Safari (1934) .
'Beneath us we saw more elephants than any human being haa ever seen before ... 10,000 elephants in two hours . . . then a 30-mile border of pink flamingoes round a lake of jade . . . new zebra swept by beneath us by the thousand .. ' So explorer and pioneer photographer Martin John son described the incredible wealth of wildlife that existed in Africa in the 1930s; wildlife which he was now filming from the air for the first time.
With his wife, Osa, Martin Johnson flew over 60,000 miles in their two primitive bi-planes: survived tropical rainstorms, crash-landings and innumerable narrow escapes and brought back a unique picture of now-vanished wildlife, and an enduring story of high adventure. Original narrator MARTIN JOHNSON Film editor PADDY WILSON
Producer RICHARD ROBINSON
written by RAY CAMERON
BARRY CRYER , KENNY EVERETT
This is the one! Remember the first time round, when Kenny wrestled with an individual steak and kidney pie? When he went into Billy Connolly 's beard with rod and gun? When he collapsed, while trying to make an anagram of Lulu's name? When Martin Shaw left the Professionals to come and join the amateurs? Its all here once more! So if you missed it the first time- here s your chance again! ... It's not Unusual
MARTIN COLLINS , DAVID HITCHCOCK Producer BILL WILSON (First thown on BBC1)
by ANGUS WILSON
The last episode of a version for television in five parts by TROY KENNEDY MARTIN The Year of the Yeti Simon Carter was badly injured in the nuclear attack, and two years passed before he recovered to learn that England had become a totalitarian state and Dr Englander was now director of the zoo.
Music composed and conducted by SIMON ROGER. Lighting JOHN KING Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE
Designer CHRISTOPHER ROBILLIARD Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by STUART BURGE
* Subtitles on Cee/ax page 270
Captain at factory:
Woman in nightle:
In 1975, Reine Schiller went to Vietnam as a freelance journalist and independent woman. Her quest for adventure ended in a dramatic exodus from Saigon, a nightmarish boat journey and the unexpected acquisition of Hung, a 6-year-old orphan who adopted her as his 'maman'. Reine des. cribes how she taught him to become a civilised young Englishman and how he taught her to become a devoted mother. '... there is a bond between us that neither time nor distance can break. I did not bring my son into the world but I am thankful that the world gave him to me. For the gift of motherhood is something my life would have been much poorer without.'
Producer FAY woolf
Series producer JOHN WILCOX
Conservative Conference Report
Dave Lee Travis takes another look at tonight's heat, and amateur prints from the Maddy Prior Band photo-call get their first showing.