6.5 Maths Methods: Population Modelling
6.30 Psychology: Defining the Field
6.55 Your Own Optics Laboratory
7.20 From Petroleum to Polyethylene
7.45 Biology, Brain and Behaviour
9.8 Science Topics
9.35 Maths-in-a-Box. A fantasy in ten parts. 8: Weight Watchers Producer MORTON SURGUY
9.52 Look and Read
The Boy from Space. The Hold-Up
Number Growing. Presented by ELAINE DONNELLY and ROGER SLOMAN. Director DEREK LONGHURST
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.38 Exploring Science
Cells. Every living thing is made up of cells. Cells divide and specialise to produce the vast range of living material. Producer PETER BRATT
11.0 Look, Look and Look Again
Natural Details. Colourful flowers and tiny butterflies make good subjects for detailed drawing and painting. Producer GEOFF WILSON
11.22 Geography 11-13
River Landscape. BERNARD CLARK investigates the many different landscapes of the River Tees.
11.44 Going to Work. Honesty at Work
12.5 Making the Most of the Micro
5: Keeping a Record
Developing the principles explained in Series 1 and showing in more detail what micros can do, and - how to use them.
Presenter IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS
12.30 Micros in the Classroom
The last of five films about microcomputers in UK schools.
Games, Gadgets or Gimmicks
12.55 Speak for Yourself
16: Asking for Time off Work
INDIRA JOSHI ,
BURT KWOUK , MARINA SIRTIS ISLA ST CLAIR and TREVOR THOMAS help to demonstrate the best strategies to use when asking for time off work.
1.20 Pages from Ceefax
1.38 Around Scotland Behind the Scenes
2: Department Store. Every big department store is a hive of activity behind the scenes.
May All Your Troubles Be Little Ones. The myths, compared with the realities, of being a parent of young children.
Series producer ROGER TONGE
2.30 English File. Media Studies 2: Reporting from the Scene
How a news reporter puts a story together. Film of BBC's KATE ADIE on an assignment and a discussion between Home Affairs correspondent BILL HAMILTON and Brent students who filmed their own local stories. Producer DAN GARRETT
Series producer GEOFF WILSON
helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open University. This week's selection includes Keighley, an Educational Portrait and Motion and Newton's Laws.
Producer CHARLES COOPER
A BBC/Open University production
What's the link between a railway viaduct, Beverly Minster and the Humber Bridge? This film takes a scientific inside view at man's attempt at Bridging the Gap.
Producer IAN SPRATLEY
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
continues the season of films starring one of Britain's most endearing actresses Margaret Rutherford Tonight with Lionel Jeffries
Agatha Christie 's amateur sleuth, Miss Marple, is on the trail of a murderer once again. This time on board the training ship the Battledore where all is definitely not ship-shape nor Bristol fashion.
Screenplay by DAVID PURSALL. JACK SEDDON based on AGATHA CHRISTIE 'S Miss Marple Produced by LAWRENCE P. BACHMANN Directed by GEORGE POLLOCK
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Det Insp Craddock:
Matron Alice Fanbraid:
'They dance round the Pentagon, don't they?' says Nick Rowan. Well, Ronald Reagan is 73, and nothing will change that. In Channel 2's electronic magazine tonight Marc Almond tries out a black magic job ritual. Peter Powell introduces live music from The Cure, General Public support and the new band is Immaculate Fools. On second thoughts though, perhaps he meant 'pentacle'.
Director JULIET MAY
Producer PETER HAMILTON BBC Manchester
The Dinka Bride
Marial had not seen the girl he had been married to for a bride-price of 80 cattle. At the time of the marriage she was with their people, the Dinka, on the flood plains of the Upper Nile in the South Sudan. Marial was studying engineering in Leeds. The problem was that, since Marial is the oldest son, none of the others in his family could marry till he was married. He had been away for four years so his family married him in his absence. This film tells the story of Marial's brief visit home at Christmas to collect Yar, his bride. It is also the story of the personal conflicts a young man must face when he returns with a western education to a traditional life in the dust of a nomadic cattle-camp.
Producer SIMON NORMANTON
Series editor anthony ISAACS
from Barnsdale, with Geoff Hamilton and Anne Mayo
The new small garden has some awkward contours; how to make the best of them. Tom Sharpies suggests bedding plants for the border and for tubs and baskets. GEOFF HAMILTON uses a bit of ingenuity to construct a number of inexpensive cloches.
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Plant list on Ceefax page 261
When middleweight champion Joe Cavanaugh has a stroke while visiting the 4077th, Hawkeye finds himself slugging it out over 12 rounds with the press. Outside of the ring B.J. saves a life with a revolutionary electric shock treatment - an event that lacks enough drama to make the papers!
Directed by NELL cox
B J Hunnicutt:
The brash, the bizarre and the beautiful, the familiar and the unfamiliar -the people Alan Whicker used to journey millions of miles to meet now travel to talk to him.
He invites you to join them as they settle down for 40 minutes of stimulating and sometimes surprising conversation.
Director JOHN ROONEY Producer JENNY DANKS Editor KEN STEPHINSON BBC Manchester
by JOHN HARVEY
The first in a season of plays by writers new to television. with Gwen Taylor , Alun Lewis and Dawn Archibald
A jazzman's life is hard enough when things are going well, and things haven't been going at all well for Frank for some years. Luckily, along with his gambling debts, he now has a friendly Soho club to play in, a very ex-wife, and there's Evie. Yes, there is always Evie.
Music by DUNCAN LAMONT Script editor ALISON ROUX Studio lighting DEREK SLEE Designer BRYAN ellis Producer TERRY COLES Director JOHN BRUCE 9 FEATURE: page 8
Woman in club:
The Cocteau Twins and Aswad plus rock news, interviews and the latest videos. With
Mark Ellen and David Hepworth
Director TOM CORCORAN Producer TREVOR DANN
Editor MICHAEL APPLETON