9 8-9 28 Science Topics: Waves
What is sound and how do we hear it?
9.35 Tout Comprls
Everyday life and language of teenagers. Au college; Au cafebar; Chez Claire ; A une bourn
Producer JOHN PRESCOTT THOMAS
9.52 Look and Read
The Tall Knight's Folly
10.15-10.35 Mathscore One
2- A Good Turn. Football, tennis, wallpapering and an elderly couple all throw light on angles.
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
11.0 History Trail
How people lived in the 17th century. 3: Crisis in Britain. A young village boy's loyalties are tested. Producer ALAN EREIRA
11.22 Read Onl
Following the Trail
11.44 Going to Work Post Office Cadet
12.5 pm The Computer Programme - Series 1
An introduction to the use of computers with the emphasis on small machines. The language used is BBC BASIC.
6: Moving Pictures
12.30 Business Club - Series 2
A series on survival and success in small business.
6: Thinking Ahead
Forward planning strategy.
Presenter IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS
The Small Business Guide £14.50 from booksellers. (For Local Link details tend 12 x 9 sae plus 17p postage to [address removed])
12.55-1.20 Speak for Yourself
7: Calling the Police Have you ever been burgled? What would you do?
INDIRA JOSHI , BURT KWOUK , ISLA ST CLAIR, MARINA SIRTIS and TREVOR THOMAS demonstrate the procedure for reporting a robbery to the police.
Free teachers' notes from Speak for Yourself BBC TV, London W12 SQT. Please enciose a 12 x 9 sae plus 17p postage. Book (same title) 12.75 and handbook for tutors 12.95 from booksellers.
1.38 Around Scotland The Clyde Coast
3: Enjoying Yourself
Time for a Commercial
This film about the making of a television commercial was produced by the Australian Broadcasting Commission, and won the 1981 Japan Prize for the best educational television programme. Producer jobn fox
Series producer ROGER TONGE
2.30 English File
Arthur Miller and 'The Crucible' A dramatised documentary based on the appearance of playwright Arthur Miller before the Un-American Activities Committee in 1956, revealing some of the parallels between his own trial and the theme of his play The Crucible.
With T. P. MCKENNA , LYNDON BROOK Producer ANDRÉE MOLYNEUX,errmoly,iiolyncuz
The CIS Insurance
United Kingdom Indoor Bowls Championship
Eight men so near and yet so far from winning the first United Kingdom Indoor Title.
DAVID VINE introduces live coverage from The Guild Hall, Preston.
Producers keith Phillips , KEITH MACKENZIE Executive producer NICK HUNTER
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Guy Madison , Rhonda Fleming
Cheyenne O'Malley , a beautiful headstrong woman, marries a complete stranger in order to inherit her father's estate. The plan is then to gun down the groom ... Unfortunately the plan misfires and the new husband sets about ' taming ' his wife.
Screenplay by ADELE BUFFINGTON Produced by HELEN AINSWORTH
Directed by HARMON JONES. Films: p 20 (First showing on British television)
The first of six stories by FARRUKH DHONDY featuring Tanveer Ghani
Linda Slater and Salmaan Peer
Encouraged by the new art teacher, Fariz paints a portrait of classmate Kim. He hopes the canvas will reveal his secret passion, but discovers there is more to love than being Good at Art
Lighting BARRY CHATFIELD Designer NIGEL JONES
Script editor CAROLINE OULTON Producer PETER ANSORGE Directed by HORACE OVE BBC Pebble Mill
'We're losing some good young people; they're our greatest natural resource, and some of them are being lost for ever.' (HEADMASTER) ' It's been too easy for too many for too long. Cutting down means selection. And selection means quality.' (BUSINESSMAN)
Competition for a place at university or polytechnic has never been so fierce. Yet at the end of it all, a degree no longer guarantees a 'job. Tonight's Inquiry film focuses .on a group of school-leavers and :four recent graduates as they make their way through the higher education and job ' markets '.
In the studio Ludovic Kennedy asks policymakers, teachers and students: Are too many bright school-leavers missing out? Is higher education a right-or an economic need? What is the point of degrees -training to think, or training to do? Are we really wasting our greatest natural resource? Film reporter HAROLD WILLIAMSON
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO
Producers JUDI CONNER , CHARLES FURNEAUX Editor TIM SLESSOR
starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye, B.J. Hunnicutt
A letter from Radar extolling the virtues of life home on the farm proves to be less than the whole truth. Can the 4077th help its popular and diminutive ex-member?
by MOLLY KEANE , dramatised in three parts by HUGH LEONARD
At last Aroon has met Richard. He was everything she had expected from her brother Hubert's description. There was something special and ' men only' about them.
' Spoilers of girls' she thought happily. The Major wasn't as impressed, but then he was kept busy being entertained by Nod and Blink, the Crowhurst girls. Aroon found her father tired easily by these visits but that was probably due to his war wound. All in all life was good and Aroon had learnt the ' Charleston '.
Music by JIM PARKER
Make-up designer ELIZABETH MOSS Costume designer MICHAEL BURDLE Designer DON TAYLOR Producer TERRY COLES Director BILL HAYS
The CIS Insurance United Kingdom Indoor Bowls Championship Quarter-finals day
DAVID BRYANT and TERRY SULLIVAN , the English and Welsh Champions, together with internationals DAVID WARD and JOHN WATSON will all be hoping that they will be treading the stage of the Guild Hall tonight as the last quarter-final matches are contested.
DAVID VINE introduces highlights Commentators DAVID RHYS-JONES HARRY RIGBY and MAL HUGHES
DAVID VINE introduces further coverage of the United Kingdom Indoor Championship from Preston.