6.5 Maths Methods: Newton's Laws. 6.30 Sociology: The Moonies. 6.55 A Question of Interpretation. 7.20 Newton's Present-Day Success. 7.45 Solubility.
9.8 Science Topics
Electronics in Action. The electronics revolution is changing all our lives.
9.30 Everyday Science. Sporting Material. Badminton shuttlecocks, pole-vault poles and tennis rackets depend on the versatility of plastic materials. Narrator FERGUS O'KELLY Producer MICHAEL COYLE
9.52 Look and Read
The Boy from Space. 6: Where is Tom?
10.15 Mathscore One
What Next? Stacking cans, shaking hands and the sequence 1, 3, 6, 10 ... Presenters ELAINE DONNELLY and ROGER SLOMAN
10.38 Pages from Ceefax
11.0 The History Trail 3: The Village Improvers
When the villagers of Stanwell found their common fenced off, they decided to fight for their ancient rights. But what power did they have?
11.22 Religious and Moral Education. World Bestseller. What is special about sacred books and, in particular, the Bible?
Producer JOHN CHAPPLE
11.44 Going to Work. Market Town.
12.5 Making the Most of the Micro
6: Getting Down to
Business. 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 New series
Computers in Control
An introduction to the world of robotics. 1: Introducing the Robot
A visit to the Chicago Robotics Exhibition shows how the computer has revolutionised these mechanical servants and even made domestic versions possible. IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS begins to look at how computers can sense what's going on round them and then control mechanical devices.
Production DAVID ALLEN and ROBIN MUDGE
12.55 Speak for Yourself
17: Getting the Landlord to do Repairs Watch today's programme for useful advice from
INDIRA JOSHI , BURT KWOUK, ISLA ST CLAIR, MARINA SIRTIS and TREVOR THOMAS on housing and dealing with the landlord.
1.20 Pages from Ceefax
1.38 Around Scotland
Behind the Scenes. 3: Airport
2.1 Scene. The Guardian Angels
What's it like to be a teenage member of one of the 'safety patrols' which, with their distinctive teeshirts and red berets, claim to deter crime on New York's subways?
2.30 English File
Language in Action
1: Writing from Life. ROBERT LEESON and JAMES BERRY show how the raw material of personal experience can be used in stories, autobiographical narratives and poems.
helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open University. Today's selection includes Modern Art: Manet and Blake, the Artist.
The desire to turn Utopia into reality has been the source of a long tradition of alternative communities. From the 17th century onwards, people have tried new ways of community living.
Producer CLARE FALKNER
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 Bernard Cribbins
The economy of the Duchy of Grand Fenwick - ruled by the Duchess Gloriana - collapses when the state's only export, its wine, starts exploding. But when it's discovered that the exploding wine makes excellent rocket fuel, Prime Minister Mountjoy takes a momentous decision; a Fenwickian will be the first man on the moon.
Screenplay by MICHAEL PERTWEE based on the novel by LEONARD WIBBERLEY Produced by WALTER SHENSON Directed by RICHARD LESTER Films: page 14
It's not that we want to keep you in the dark. It's just that we haven't decided what to put in Channel 2's electronic magazine this week. Peter Powell will be on hand with music, info and features and Nick Rowan will be reporting on issues in the news. And that's it. At the moment. But-it'll be all right on the night.
Director JUUET MAY
Producer PETER HAMILTON. BBC Manchester
Sport Fishing Down Under
Australia is fast becoming one of the finest sport-fishing centres in the world. From the idyllic waters surrounding the Great Barrier Reef come some of the most impressive fighting fish in the ocean. Among them is the great black marlin - quarry of the rich, the sail fish which can tailwalk across the ocean for 100 metres at a time and the giant yellow fin tuna, capable of speeds of 50 mph. Also there are the giant brown trout of Lake Pedda in Tasmania.
Malcolm Florence has been fishing these waters for much of his life and now shares some of the most dramatic sport-fishing action ever filmed.
Presented for the BBC by CHRIS POWELL Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS
Shades of Autumn from Hidcote, Gloucestershire
Designed by American Major Lawrence Johnston, and preserved by the National Trust, the gardens of Hidcote Manor are often described as being a shrine to what is the best of English gardening. Graham Rose of the Sunday Times, and Roy Lancaster explore its many treasures.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON
Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE
BBC Pebble Mill
Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
Sons and Bowlers
The 4077th take on the Marines at bowling to discover that they're up against a pro. It takes Hotlips to equalise the contest-using an unorthodox technique! Hawkeye has trouble keeping his mind on the game when he discovers his dad is going under the knife...
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 JONATHAN SMITH , with Alec McCowen as Albert Speer
'Are you hoping to get a job as a postman, Herr Speer ?'
'I'm trying to walk from Berlin to East Asia. Eventually, who knows, I'll make it to America. It all ... helps me, you see....'
Script editor DAVID SNODIN DesignerBARRY NEWBERY Producer brenda REID
Director SARAH HELLINGS
Baldur von Schirach:
Fiat Lux and Nena plus rock news, interviews, latest videos and a look at the electro-synthesiser chart with Mark Ellen and David Hepworth
Director DAVID G. croft Producer JOHN BURROWES Editor MICHAEL APPLETON