9.10 Technical Studies
For students on TEC and City and Guilds engineering courses, as well as those studying CSE ana
O-level engineering technology subjects. Narrator DEREK COOPER
7: Plastic Materials
9.38 Science Workshop Stability A '
How safe are high chairs?
Written by EURFRON GWYMNE JONES
Producer MICHAEL coyli
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Half and Half
Introduced by STEPHEN TATE ana Purrfecta the Pussycat
Producer JUDITH MILES
10.15 Maths File
4: Number Relations
The Number Squad have to factorise all the numbers up to
10,000. Inspector Newton explains his system.
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.38 Maths Topics Statistics: 2
Data representation: Bar charts, pie charts, the histogram.
Producer PETER BRATT
11.0 Words and Pictures Run, Rabbit, Run
11.17 The Music Arcade 7: The Guitar
11.39 General Studies
Economics: The Money Supply
A course for beginners in Italian 7: Cosac'edavedere?
In Orvieto, one of the oldest cities in Italy.
12.30 The Self-Help Society
Five programmes about self-neip and mutual aid in Britain.
2: Beyond the Health Service
Self-help health groups.
12.55-1.10 Let's Go - Series 3
Ten programmes for moderately mentally-handicapped young adults, presented by BRIAN RIX
Let's Be Serious for a Moment
Borrowing, teasing and bullying
1.20 Descubra EspaDa
Spanish language resource senes 2: Vistas de provincia
Vida diaria; Frutos del campo, Tierra riojana
Producer JOHN PRESCOTT thomas
1.38 Let's See . Getting Around. 1: Overland
(Shoum on Tuesday at 1.40 pm)
An Asian Wedding
2.18 Read On!
7: In Your Own Time vicki LUKE and GORDON ASTLEY investigate popular reading out-of-school.
Producer GEOFF WILSON
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Une dme d voile
Animation and direction by PIERRE VEILLEUX for the NATIONAL FILM BOABD OF CANADA
A documentary series giving an insight, month by month, into the lives of individual French men and women. November:
The Enterprising Bourgeois
Armistice Day in Lille, the industrial heart of north-east France. Luc Doublet is at the ceremony, torn between feelings of sadness at the memory of those who died and pride in the fact that his flags are draped all over the city. Doublet runs a small family firm which makes flags and products from steel tubing. In a region where factories are closing and unemployment is high, his business is booming.
Luc Doublet is a lively, self-confident and entertaining man. His appearance, wife and house conform to his idea of the perfect French lifestyle. He has a strong sense of family and an equally strong interest in food. On Armistice Day he makes a chocolate cake for the family lunch, as his 93-year-old grandfather remembers the 1914-18 war and the joy he felt when the Armistice was signed. Narrator MICHAEL DEAN series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
Producer JONATHAN giu
8: Roland decides that he has heard enough jokes about his weight. Meanwhile Julie is doing some research on the staff.
continues the season of movie greats from the 1950s. starring
Esther Williams , Fernando Lamas Sponsored by ' 'Liquepep', the Higgins family leave Arkansas and head for England and a group attempt at swimming the English Channel. But complications arise and only their eldest daughter is left in the race. It's up to Katy to save the family honour ... !
This high-spirited musical features a superb under-water ballet sequence where the inimitable ' Tom and Jerry' meet Esther Williams.
Screenplay by DOROTHY KINGSLEY Produced by GEORGE WELLS
Directed by CHARLES WALTERS. Films: p 18
' Junior Higgins':
by ARTHUR ROTHSTEIN
Assignment in the Dust Bowl, 1936
President Roosevelt was determined that the plight of rural America in the Great Depression would be brought home through the medium of the still picture.
Arthur Rothstein worked in the Dust Bowl. He talks about the pictures he took and the people he met.
Film editor JOHN LEE
Producer JOHN WALKER
Presented by Tony Soper with Jeremy Cherfas and Brian Leith
A weekly look at wildlife and the issues affecting the living world.
With a special report from Belgium by Iain Guest on the international trade in West African chimpanzees, animals destined for the affluent homes and medical laboratories of Europe.
RON MARTIN , MARION ZUNZ
Producers MICHAEL BRIGHT, ROBIN HELLIER BBC Bristol
Introduced by Jonathan King
This week he visits New York and the accent is on music...
He takes a look at stage musicals on Broadway, with Anthony New ley, Twiggy and Gene Barry ; visits the rock video station MTV; and goes backstage at Shea Stadium to meet The Police.
Executive producer MICHAEL HURLL Producer GORDON ELSBURY
It's no problem finding a number to sing with a pianist; but what can you do as a duet with a cellist? Find out as Karen is joined by her guests Julian Lloyd Webber Georgie Fame
Vocal backings KAY GARNER
DOREEN CHANTER , SUE GLOVER
Musical director EDDIE GRAY Choreographer CHRIS POWER Script associate JOHN JUNKIN
Additional material VICKY PILE Costume designer LINDA MARTIN Sound LAURIE TAYLOR Lighting ERIC WALLIS
Designer MALCOLM THORNTON Producer DAVE PERROTTET
Anthony Powell's 12-volume epic, A Dance to the Music of Time, is widely regarded as the most formidable single work of British fiction since the war. It is also largely entertaining: its cast of 400 characters ranges from upper-class drawing-rooms to Bohemian London, and a violent death in a hippie commune. They have, in their turn, gathered a devoted set of fans among English-speaking readers.
Tonight's portrait of Powell includes tributes from such admirers as Clive James, Kingsley Amis, Alison Lurie, Robert Conquest and Hilary Spurling.
Most of all, Powell himself talks about his work, which is illustrated by James Fox, as the narrator, and with drawings by Marc.
Film editor CHARLES CHABOT
Series editor ALAN YENTOB
Producer DAVID CHESHIRE