9.0 Shakespeare in Perspective: A Winter's Tale
Stephen Spender offers his view of the play in which a world of innocence is shattered by an explosion of pathological jealousy. (Repeat)
9.26 Twentieth-Century History: Hitler's Germany 1933-36
Crucial years in Hitler's rise to supreme power. (Repeat)
9.48 Mathscore Two: 3: A Matter of Degree
Cake, ships, a giant protractor and two burglars provide new angles. (Repeat)
10.10 Look and Read: Dark Towers: 6: The Tall Knight's Folly
by Andrew Davies.
Reading series for 7- to 9-year-olds. (Repeat)
10.35 Brazil: City of Newcomers
A look at one of the families that have moved from the countryside into the slums of Belo Horizonte, Brazil's third largest city. (Repeat)
11.0 Watch!: Diwali
James Earl Adair visits an Asian family to see them celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights. (Repeat)
11.17 Japan: The Crowded Islands: Factory
a close-up view of Hiroshima car factory and the everyday life of an assembly line worker. (Repeat)
11.40 Religious and Moral Education 11-13: 3: World Bestseller
What is special about sacred books and, in particular, the Bible? (Repeat)
12.3 pm Whatever Happened to Britain?: 6: A Question of Inflation
An eight-part analysis. (Rpt)
12.30 Other People's Lives: 6: Bali - Down from the Mountain
Ten films about the social values and organisations of five cultures. (Repeat)
12.55-1.8 Maths Help: 6: Ratio
A series for adults studying maths O-level.
Presented by Norman Gowar.
1.19 Science Topics: Waves
From the electronic sounds of a rock concert to the natural sounds of a classical concert.
1.40 Let's See: Messages: 3: Getting the Message
A little girl gets involved with a kidnapping, or does she? (Repeat)
2.0 You and Me: At the Vet's
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds.
David Aston and some young friends take Honey-bunch to the hospital. (Repeat)
2.15 Near and Far: 3: The Changing Street
Last of three programmes about the geography of streets for 9-11-year-olds. Looking for evidence of change in the street scene. (Repeat)
2.40 Junior Craft, Design and Technology: Up and Down the Hill: Uphill (Repeat)
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Writer (Look and Read):
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The Crowded Islands): Len
Producer (Religious and Moral Education 11-13):
Presenter (Maths Help):
Series producer (Science Topics):
Producer (Let's See):
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with subtitles, followed by Weather
in The Kid Brother and Take a Chance
Harold monkeys around in The Kid Brother and finds himself on the run in Take a Chance after an escaped jailbird switches clothes.
Television version written by PETRE DURSTON . Produced by BOB HOAG
The Magic Flute.
Directed by GAYLE THOMAS. Produced by the NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA
1: The Private Eye
Asking how you tell what's real and what isn't sounds like an obvious question. But in this series of six programmes, James Burke shows that the more you think abofttit the harder it is to answer. AfteV all, what have you- got-, apart from your five senses-to prove those senses are giving you the real thing? When it comes to deciding what is out there, your brain acts like a private detective. Your senses pick up clues and the brain salves the mystery. But it's .easier than' you think to fool the in the world
FEIG Prfednced by MICK JACKSON First BRCJ)
In rock what you don't play is often as important as what you do. So Rockschool shows the ways in which guitar, bass and drums work together, building up a musical vocabulary of chords, riffs, licks and fills used in the major rock styles-from blues and HM, right through to funk and reggae.
But in the first of eight programmes Deirdre Cartwright (guitar), Geoff Nieholls (drums) and Henry Thomas (bass) look at which equipment will give you the best sound to suit your style.
With comments from JOHN TAYLOR (;ARY MOORE , IAN PAICE and CARL PALMER
Produced by CHRIS LENT 0 BACK PAGE: 94
A Concert for the People
Highlights from the free concert given by Barclay James Harvest at the Reichstag, a few yards from the Berlin Wall.
TV presentation MICHAEL APPLETON
Clay Jones visits the world-famous botanical artist Leslie Greenwood, whose exhibitions of flower paintings have received many awards.
BBC Pebble Mill
The monthly history programme presented by John Tusa
Before the National Health
A remarkable newly discovered archive of silent film reveals hospital life in the 1920s and 30s.
How did people afford medical care in the days before the National Health? Royalist Oxford
In 1642 King Charles I set up his capital in Oxford as the English
Civil War began Simon Winches ter returns to Oxford to see what clues remain there to the character of the Cavaliers. Merrie England
An affectionate look at the days when history at school was about great men of sturdy British stock who made our island's story. Do you remember L. du Garde Peach , one of Britain's bestselling historians?
Executive producer TIMOTHY GARDAM Editor BRUCE NORMAN
L. du Garde
The return of this popular series featuring Kelly's unique observations on life.....
A series of six programmes written by KELLY MONTEITH and NEIL SHAND featuring
Roger Avon , Richard Cottan
Anthony Dawes , Barbara Graley Yvonne Manners , Kevin O'Shea Ned Sherrin , Harry Towb
Lisa Vanderpump , Ralph Watson with YSANNE CHURCHMAN, PAUL COOPER STEVE ISMAY , MICHAEL MCCLAIN HARRY WEBSTER
Signature tune RONNIE BAZLEHURST Sound JOHN DELANY
Lighting BILL MILLAR Designers
ROGER CANN , DINAH WALKER Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
with Robert Lacey. Six films on the noble families of Europe - 2
England: The Duke of Westminster Shooting, fishing, fast cars, helicopters - the way of life of Gerald Grosvenor , Sixth Duke of Westminster, one of the richest men in England. His rolling acres lie right in the heart of London - they are some of the choicest spots in Mayfair and Belgravia. At 31 years of age, he runs the largest private property empire in Western Europe.
ROBERT LACEY talks to the young Duke and his wife Natalia-god-mother to HRH Prince William of Wales. He visits their two stately homes and asks how this privileged young couple see their role as aristocrats today.
Assistant producer ANNE MORRISON Photography NIGEL WALTERS Film editor ALAN LYGO
Series producer JOHN BIRD Producer RUTH JACKSON
Book (same title): £9.95 from booksellers
In a series of eightprogrammes
David Jessel and Sue Cook meet those who make or break the law, enforce it or think it's an ass, in this weekly look at law and order: with reports from Ed Boyle and expert comment from Michael Molyneux.
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Producer HUGH PURCELL Editor PETER CHAFER