9.10 Higher Education: 1: Choices
How do you choose between 5,000 degree courses offered by 250 institutions, particularly if you have not decided on a career?
9.38 Going to Work: Post Office Cadet
A look at some cadets' jobs.
10.0 You and Me: Open/Closed
Introduced by Michael Maynard.
10.15 Music Time: Call and Response
Children sing songs from Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, and play questions and answers on percussion instruments.
Presenters Jonathan Cohen and Helen Speirs with Felix Cobbson and 'Aklowa'.
10.38 British Social History: Shame
by David Cook.
A play about the Workhouse Act of 1834, starring Victoria Fairbrother and Oliver Cotton.
11.0 Zig-Zag: Patterns Hold the Key
In 1854 Sir John Snow found a pattern of disease. It held the key to the conquest of cholera.
11.23 Talkabout: The King Who Learned to Smile
Despite his riches, the King is always sad until his page boy, Alfred, finds a way to cheer him up.
11.42 General Studies: Censorship - The Limits of Freedom: 2: The Arts Unlimited?
A look at examples of controversial works from literature, the theatre, film and broadcasting.
12.10 pm Wheels of Fire: 6 - With Our Own Hands
How Hyderabad's Urban Community Development Programme has transformed conditions for the city's slum dwellers by helping people help themselves.
12.40 On the Rocks: 6: Back to Base
The oldest out-cropping rocks in the British Isles.
Book (same title) Â£2.95 from booksellers
1.5-1.30 Multi-Cultural Education: 6- Teacher, Examine Thyself!
'Racism awareness' workshop for teachers.
1.38 Politics in Action: 1: Election 83
A new Modern Studies series.
This year's General Election in the Edinburgh East constituency.
2.1 Words and Pictures: The Surprise
Frog wants to surprise Toad by sweeping up the leaves on his lawn. Toad plans a similar kind deed, but the wind spoils the surprise.
2.18 Exploring Science: Energy
What do scientists mean by the word 'energy'?
2.40 The Music Arcade: 6: Keyboards
Jonathan Cohen leads a performance of 'My hat!'
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with subtitles, followed by Weather
A series offour films
3:Fair and Unfair ChallengesNarrator JOHN MOTSON
Devised and written by KEN RIDDEN of the Football Association Producer BOB ABRAHAMS
A series of 18 programmes Part 5 by MARGARET SIMPSON
There is a shorter school day at Grange Hill as Jonah and Zammo decide to fill the gap by going elsewhere. Meanwhile, Fay's hockey trials bring her relationship with Annette to breaking point.
(Part 6 Wednesday 6.10 pm)
Chip shop owner:
Janet St Clair:
Tea room ladies:
Tea room ladies:
Women in street:
Women in street:
Man in street:
by Ted Walker
Narrated by Leo McKern
The first in a series of filmed narrative dramas.
Archie was determined to teach his son a lesson. But as he stood there on the beach at Dover - all beergut and goggles - being greased up for his Channel swim, he began to wonder who exactly was teaching whom.
Tonight's Hallowe'en special is based around the infamous Bat Cave Club.
And there's performance from the mysterious Danielle Dax.
Mike Andrews meets a real witch, and facts about the biggest seller of spells in Europe. On video some good clean fun from America, mud wrestling.
Executive producer MICHAEL APPLETON Director STEPHEN GARRETT Producer JOHN BURROWES
A selection of the most popular programmes from Delia Smith's Cookery Course.
Delia demonstrates a quick scone pizza, hazelnut and vegetable burgers, and mixed vegetables a la Grecque.
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS
Producer PETER RIDING
A BBC tiideobook. Delia Smith 's Home Baking (BBCV 1009); the recipes are in the Part 2 book, £4.25, and also in the Complete Cookery Course, £10.95, from retailers
From the heart of beautiful downtown Burbank, the return of the swinging 60s show that made Funk and Wagnall household names and ruined the career of at least one American president.
Socking it to you tonight are guest stars Jack Lemmon Zsa Zsa Gabor Hugh Heffner with Sonny Tufts and. of course, the Laugh-In regulars Dan Rowan
Dave Madden Dick Martin Alan Sues
Goldie Hawn Mitzi McCall Judy Carne
Charlie Brill Arte Johnson
Dick Whittington Joanne Worley Gary Owens Ruth Buzzi
Barbara Feldon Henry Gibson Chelsea Brown and Pigmeat Markham
Very interesting ... but stupid
(THE BURBANK BUGLE)
Director GORDON WILES
Executive producer GEORGE SCHLATTER
Bob Monkhouse presents the second in his new series which features the best in comedy talent from both sides of the Atlantic. Tonight his special guests are Ronnie Barker, Warren Mitchell, and one of America's most original young comediennes, Victoria Jackson. Featuring music from The Harry Stoneham Band.
The Harry Stoneham
A Child's Guide to Languages
Of the schoolchildren who begin learning French this autumn term, two-thirds will give up within three years with little or nothing to show for it. For most of us, learning foreign languages seems to be difficult, tortuous and usually ends in failure.
Odd, really, when you think that all over the world babies and young children seem to pick up their native language remarkably easily: without formal teaching they acquire not only the words, but the underlying grammar-whether it's English, Chinese or Russian. It always works. So by studying how infants do it, can we find radically new ways of teaching foreign languages? And can these methods be applied in the traditional English school system? Narrator PETER FRANCE
Film editor PAUL RAPLEY
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Written and produced by JON PALFREMAN
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' Language n. human speech; a variety of speech or body of words and idioms, esp. that of a nation; mode of expression; diction; any manner of expressing thought or feeling; bad language - dead language - living language.'
(CHAMBERS 20TH CENTURY
That definition is expanded by the dictionary's editor Betty Kirkpatrick. Frank Delaney 's other guests are the grammarian,
Randolph Quirk , and Christopher Ricks , Professor of English at Cambridge University.
Director PIIILIP CHILVERS
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
(Frank visits Pebble Mill at One tomorrow, BBC1)
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick , with Joan Bakewell