9.15 Encounter: France: 5: Spare Time
Why don't you visit a French TV station; help in a butcher's shop; watch a cycle race and see how the paper reports it - or enjoy yourself with a youth group.
9.33 Rendez-vous: France: 5: Loisirs
Apres l'ecole; A la une; En vacances
9.52 Talkabout: The Blind Men and The Elephant
10.12 Science Workshop Fabrics 'A'
10.34-10.54 Scene: Girl in Brazil
11.5 Near and Far: The Changing Street
In the last of three programmes about the geography of streets for 9-11-year-olds, a look at evidence of change in the street scene.
11.30-11.50 Search: The Castles of Wales 3: Bigger and Better
The castle-building programme of Edward I - determined to conquer Wales once and for all.
11.55 Swim: 5: Back Stroke
Andrew Harvey introduces ten programmes for swimmers and non-swimmers of all ages.
12.20 Illusions of Reality: 5: Wonderful Britain
A look at the cinema newsreel of the 1930s.
For discussion notes send a 12in x 9in sae (33p) to [address removed]
12.45-1.0 Write Away
Viewers are shown how to improve their spelling.
National referral number is [number removed], for those with reading, writing and spelling difficulties.
1.38 Around Scotland: The Clyde Coast: 2: Earning a Living
A unit of three environmental studies.
A look at three of the traditional industries of Ayrshire, and pupils from Ochiltree Primary School visit a farm and a coalmine.
Presented by John Crawford.
2.0 You and Me: Clap Hands
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Nina Baden-Semper and Tom Saffrey invite you all to shake hands and clap hands-and tell a traditional West Indian story.
2.15 Music Time: The Sound of Words
2.40 Des le debut: Making requests; Asking permission; Must and need
Face-to-face French; a resource series for video-recording.
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The State Express
World Team Classic from
The Hexagon, Reading Scotland v England
STEVE DAVIS, TONY KNOWLES and TONY MEO have all tasted success in recent years and together make a formidable team that many believe can win the trophy for a second time for England.
EDDIE SINCLAIR, MURDO MCLEOD , and ian BLACK will not be worried about England's reputation - after all, Scotland qualified for the semi-finals last year, and the Scots are usually at their most determined when they play the old enemy. david VINE introduces this afternoon's individual matches in Group B.
Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CLIVE EVERTON
Summarisers JOHN SPENCER , REX WILLIAMS
KEITH PHILLIPS , KEITH MACKENZIE Executive producer nick hunter Further cooerage at 7.40 pm
A BBC uideobook. The People's Champion (BBCV 5017), about the World Professional Championship, from retailers
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The last in the series Seaside in the Parlour
A tropical marine aquarium can be a riot of colour and fantastic shapes.
Under the shadow of Heathrow's jets the Sea Aquarium Centre has one of the largest collections of marine fish and invertebrates in Britain.
Brian Watkins and Marian Foster find out how to create the world of the coral reef with advice from Graham Cox and Martyn Hay wood. Production assistant SUE FARLEY
Producer ANDREW MEIKLE
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
starring Gordon Scott , Vera Miles
Tarzan becomes involved in a battle against poachers who are plotting to sell ivory and lion skins on the black market.
Produced by SOL LESSER
Directed by HAROLD SCHUSTER
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Where the public sets the agenda Peter Tatchell and the Battle for Bermondsey .
Peter Tatchell 's massive defeat in the Bermondsey by-election last February followed 15 months of abuse and vilification from Fleet Street. He describes what it was like to suffer death-threats, hate mail and attacks in the street in what became one of the bitterest postwar by-elections.
Presenter Geoffrey Robertson , qc with contributions from Matthew Parrls , mp and The Rt Hon Tony Benn.
Producers tout Lanyea. GILES oakut
An Access programme by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT With PETER TATOTILL
Scotland v England DAVID VINE 'introduces further coverage from The Hexagon, Reading.
Three years ago the name Molly Keane was unknown. Then she wrote Good Behaviour.
Russell Harty travelled to Southern Ireland to meet her and talk about the days when her plays were in the West End, her books on every shelf and her name was M. J. Farrell.
Producer RUSSELL HARTY
Directed by TOM gutteridce
Good Behaviour begins tomorrow at 9.25
written by RAY CAMERON
BARRY CRYER , KENNY EVERETT
'Hi fansl Cuddly Ken here, inviting you to join me once again for the second time in a wild, wacky, wilting half hour
Designers martin COLLINS , david HITCHCOCK Producer BILL wilson
Winner of the 1983 Grand Prix of the European Environmental Film Festival
Ten years ago on the borderlands of the Sahara thousands of people slowly starved to death during the Great Sahel Drought. Since then the yearly rains have returned, but each year millions of people still struggle to grow enough food to make one harvest stretch to the next. This film tells the story of just two of them.
After two visits to a small village in Upper Volta, Peter Adamson has re-created the story of Minata and Boureima-the story of whether enough rain will fall, whether enough food will grow and the story of the 10-year-old daughter who is about to become a woman - about to endure a week of sweet water.
Photography DAVID SOUTH Sound DAVID BBINICOMBE
Production assistant JANINA Rolodzicj Film editor PETER ROSE
Producer DAVID WALLACE
The State Express World Team Classic from The Hexagon, Reading Scotland v England
England were the favourites to qualify for the semi-finals at the top of their group, and STEVE DAVIS , TONY KNOWLES and TONY MEO will be hoping to clinch that place tonight at Scotland's expense. EDDIE SINCLAIR , MURDO MCLEOD and IAN BLACK will obviously have other ideas, particularly after their successes last year.
DAVID VINE introduces the best of the frames from this final match in Group B.
Scotland v England Further coverage