9.15 It's Your Choice: Wider Horizons
Why considering a wide range of careers is important. (Repeat)
9.38 Going to Work: Happy in Your Job?
Job satisfaction - what it means to young people. (Repeat)
10.0 You and Me: 'T' is for Tiger
It's Sam and Duncan's teatime. They're looking at pictures of the town and the country. (Repeat)
10.15 Music Time: 5: The Sounds of Words
The children listen to and make up some words which are used for their sound and not their meaning. The tango-paso doble from Walton's Facade.
Jonathan Cohen and Helen Speirs, with Keith Bragg (flute), Colin Courtney (clarinet), John Harle (alto sax), Graham Ashton (trumpet), Mark Stephenson (cello) and Kevin Hathaway (percussion)
10.38 Twentieth-Century History: Hitler's Germany 1933-36
Crucial years in Hitler's rise to supreme power. (Repeat)
11.0 Zig-Zag. Hungry Times: 2: The Trial
A new play in two episodes by Ian Taylor.
11.23 Talkabout: The Blind Men and the Elephant
A series for young children designed to encourage the development of oral language. (Repeat)
11.42 General Studies: Censorship - The Limits of Freedom: 1: Who is Big Brother?
Information which matters to us can be surprisingly hard to come by. A look at the effects that the Official Secrets Act can have on our knowledge of our country and why we have no such thing as a Freedom of Information Act.
12.10 pm Wheels of Fire: 5: "If it can happen here..."
A series of ten films about development issues in India. (Rpt)
12.40 On the Rocks: 5: All that Glisters..
Minerals and crystals, how to polish semi-precious stones. (Rpt)
1.5-1.30 Multi-Cultural Education: 5: School Report
Ten case studies for teachers.
The results of a three-year teachers' working party on multi-cultural education. (Rpt)
1.38 Scotland this Century: 4: Two World Wars (Repeat)
2.1 Words and Pictures: Witches Four
In today's Hallowe'en story, four witches zoom off for a ride on their broomsticks and lose their magic hats when flying upside down. (Repeat)
2.18 The History Trail: 3: Crisis in Britain
How did people live in the 17th century? And how did events in Britain affect their lives?
A young village boy's loyalties are tested. (Repeat)
2.40 The Music Arcade 5: Vocal Sounds (2)
The children use their voices to make different tune shapes. (Repeat)
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Clarinetist (Music Time):
Alto Sax (Music Time):
Trumpeter (Music Time):
Cellist (Music Time):
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Sir Walter de Lacy:
Hugh de Lacy:
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with subtitles, followed by Weather
The first in a series of four films made in co-operation with the Football Association to promote a greater understanding of the laws of Association Football.
1: Managing Set Play Situations Narrator JOHN MOTSON
Devised and written by KEN RIDDEN of the Football Association Producer BOB ABRAHAMS
A series in 18 parts
Part 1 by BARRY purchese
Back to school again, and Jonah plays a trick on Zammo. Meanwhile Gripper thinks it is business as usual, but.... (Part 2 is tomorrow at 6.0 pm)
Janet St Clair:
This week an exclusive film interview when Mike Andrews meets innovative electronic music wizard Brian Eno , who originally played with Roxy Music and has collaborated with such names as David Bowie and David Byrne of Talking Heads.
Debbi Voller talks to Marilyn, the model whose face and style made his name on the fashion and nightclub circuit as a Monroe lookalike; and Steve Blacknell meets head-on with Stevo, notorious for striking strange record deals and a power behind the Some Bizarre record label.
This week's studio music is provided by Jane, backed by two members of A CERTAIN RATIO, and Billy MacKenzie of THE ASSOCIATES with a new young band.
Executive producer MICHAEL APPLETON Director DAVID G. CROFT
Producer JOHN BURROWES
from the Royal Albert Hall , London
Ray Moore introduces the final programme of highlights from the 1982 season of Schools Prom.
The Schools Prom Is presented by music
FOR YOUTH in conjunction with the RANK ORGANISATION
Producer KEN GRIFFIN
A selection of the most popular programmes from Delia Smith Cookery Course Rice
DELIA SMITH demonstrates how to cook perfect rice, as well as a genuine Italian risotto, and stuffed green peppers.
Director ERICA GRlFrlTHS
Producer peter RIDING
The...ecipes a...ein the Part 2 book, Â£4.25, and also in the Complete Cookery Course Â£10.95, from booksellenHom.
A BBC Videobook, Delia Smith's Home Baking (bbcv 1009), from retailers
The feature film starring
Martin Potter , Jane Seymour
October 1943: the German SS are sent to Denmark to round up the 8,000 Jews living there. But a resistance movement is startea and the Danes begin a secret operation to smuggle their people to neutral Sweden. This daring tale of escape is based on actual events and depicts one of the most heroic episodes of World War II.
Screenplay by JOHN gould
Produced by BARRY LEVINSON Directed by BENT CHRISTENSEN
(First thoioing on British television) Films: page 20
Professor Hawking's Universe
Stephen Hawking 's subject is cosmology, the study of the universe. The Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University, he made his name by discovering that black holes are not necessarily black - some of them shine. Afflicted by a terrible illness, proFESSOR HAWKING relies on his young students to help him In his work - an ambitious programme to unify all the disparate theories of physics into one ultimate theory of everything. If he succeeds, then his discipline, theoretical physics, may have only 20 years or so to go before it comes to an end ...
Film editor simon ROSE
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Written and produced by fisher dilki
What can the writer achieve on stage that cannot be done on radio or on screen? Why do writers who work successfully for the cinema and television feel the need to write for the theatre?
In the first of his new series of ten programmes Frank Delaney talks to Christopher Hampton , whose most recent play Tales from Hollywood Is enjoying a successful run at the National Theatre; and Tom Stoppard , on the eve of The Real Thing open- ing on Broadway.
Designer BOB STEER
Director PHILIP CHILVERS
Producer FRANCES whitaker
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormlck , with Joan Bakewell , and the reports and interviews that matter with analysis that counts.
Producers PETER BELL , TONY HALL DAVZ STANFORD, JOHN MORRELL Directors
UIEI CATHTRWOOD, JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editor miCK GUTURIK Deputy editor PAUL norrii Editor DAVID DICKINSON