6.5 Modern Art: Van Gogh
6.30 Riccio's Bronzes
6.55 Enzyme Structure and Function
7.20 Science: Spreading Oceans
7.45 Energy to Go Round
9.9 Unter Uns: Deutsche Dialoge
Was wir gern mogen; Schmeckt das?; Krank sein: interviews and everyday exchanges in basic conversational German.
Director SUSAN PATON
9.26 Maths Counts by JOHN TULLY What Price to Pay? Bert falls for a 'special offer' but Elsie falls - for Solihull?
Consultant MARY HARRIS
Series producer DAVID ROSEVEARE Director DEREK LONGHURST
9.48 Mathscore One. 10: Fill it Up
ELAINE DONELLY and ROGER SLOMAN show how to relate measures of volume and capacity.
10.10 Look and Read The Boy from Space by RICHARD CARPENTER 9: Captured!
10.35 Japan: The Crowded Islands Too Far, too Fast? Can you be too devoted to economic growth?
11.0 Watch. Inside a House
(Full details on Wednesday at 2.1)
11.17 Walrus. What's it Gonna Be? My Pretty Maid
by GERRY HUXHAM
with MELISSA WILSON, DAVID SCAFFARDI, DAVE CARTER, RAY BURDIS, CHRISTINE HARGREAVES, TONY BYWATER, KAREN FRAWLEY and KERRYANN WHITE .
Producer MORTON SURGUY
11.40 English 11-13. 5: Start Here
A deliberately misleading filmed story is begun and left unfinished. Workshop pupils write their own stories, based on the film.
Series producer JUDITH MILES
12.0-12.25 The Effective Manager Last of three programmes Crisis or Control?
Not a drink in sight! Time is running out for Lewis Jones to launch the new beer 'Stallion'. See how you would handle the problems he faces in this OU management programme. Producer GRAHAM TURNER
A BBC/Open University production
12.35 Inside Japan.
9: White Elephants
1.5 Maths Help. Trigonometry 1
1.19 Science Topics
Metals: metals are particularly useful because of the ease with which some of their properties can be changed. Series producer PETER BRATT
1.40 Let's See - the Sea
3: Out of the Sea. A trip out with Arbroath fishermen gives MICHAEL SCOTT a chance to see what has to happen before he can get a fish supper. Series editor MARIANNE BAIRD
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
'T' is for Tiger. It's Sam and Duncan's teatime. They're looking at pictures of the town and country. Director ROGER FRY
Producer ROY THOMPSON
2.15 British Social History
Education for All. The state education system has been developing for over 100 years. How has it changed since the Act of 1870?
Man in museum:
The Comprehensive/Grammar school debate refuses to die. Yet are the attitudes of teachers and pupils all that different? A look at lessons and attitudes in two schools.
Producer JAMES BURGE
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Dead Men Tell also starring
Sheila Ryan , Robert Weldon
With a map of buried treasure, Miss Patience Nodbarry charters a boat to find money left by an 18th-century ancestor, 'Black Hook'. But greed overcomes the crew, and the map goes missing - replaced by a number of dead bodies ...
Screenplay by JOHN larkin , based on the character created by EARL DERR BIGGERS Produced by WALTER MOROSCO and RALPH DIETRICH
Directed by HARRY LACHMAN
Charlie Chan in:
A series of nine programmes Episode 2 by BARRY PURCHESE
An unwelcome guest for Tucker, a brush with the law for Passmore, and a fall among thieves for Tommy.
Series devised by PHIL REDMOND Make-up artist JEAN STEWARD
Costume designer ALUN HUGHES Designer PETER HIGGINS
Produced and directed by DARROL BLAKE
Book: Forty Days of Tucker J., £5.95 from booksellers
Woman in market:
Young people making things happen The Boss Cats
This week: how to succeed in business. Take a disused cafe in Liverpool, add Adam, Collette and Tony, plus a lot of hard work, and you've got cow pie at Desperate Dan's. In Glasgow, Heather runs Shockamonkey, designing extravagant ballgowns and crazy burnt silk dresses - 'but burnt in all the right places'. Down south, computer tycoon Richard titillates the under-12s with Cuddly Cubert , his latest micro game.
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS
Directed by LAZELL DALEY and STEPHEN MOSS
by MERVYN HAISMAN Music by NEIL INNES
Artwork by GRAHAM MCCALLUM starring the voice of BOB DANVERS WALKER
Why does Jane fear a full-frontal attack? Find out in the second of five weekly instalments of her wartime adventures.
Producer IAN KEILL
Director ANDREW GOSLING
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It is ten years since wearing a crash helmet became compulsory - but today you're still 25 times more likely to be killed riding a motorcycle than driving a car. Helmets are vital, of course, but just how safe are they? Are the tests conducted by the British Standards Institution good enough? Does the BSI pick the right designs to reduce death and injury in the future? In a special report Tony Baker investigates the helmets you can buy in Britain. Over in Holland, Frank Page tries out Saab's latest offering which sports a 16-valve engine, and nearer to home turns his hand to DIY panel beating.
Executive producer DENNIS ADAMS
Motoring Magazine on Ceefax page 263
Contemporary British poetry is flourishing, but the poets themselves are known only to dedicated readers. James Fenton , Roger McGough , Peter Porter and Craig Raine explain their work and read their poems. You've been writing for years, you want to see your work in print, but you can't find a publisher who'll take it. Should you put it back in the drawer or pay? Bookmark meets some writers who've decided to pay.
Simon Winchester presents the programme and surveys some of this month's new books.
Producer JENNY COWAN
Executive producer BERNARD CLARK
stars in the second of a new series Tonight's guests
Donovan, Stratford Johns
Joe Longthorne , The Nolans with Finola Hughes and Hugh Craig
JOHN COLEMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Choreography LUD ROMANO Written by neil SHAND Additional material
MARTI CAINE . PETER VINCENT
Costume designer VERITY LEWIS Sound KEITH GUNN
Lighting DICKIE higham
Designers chris HULL. MALCOLM THORNTON Production STEWART MORRIS
Ken Russell 's Elgar
Tonight, in the anniversary year of Edward Elgar 's death, Arena plays host to KEN RUSSELL 'S classic music documentary. Made in 1962 for the 100th edition of the arts magazine Monitor, it marked the arrival of the dramatised arts documentary and proved to be one of the most popular television films ever made. An unashamedly romantic evocation of the composer's life and inspiration in the Malvern Hills, the film nevertheless foreshadowed Russell's later, more contentious, work with his darkly ironic counterpoint of 'Land of hope and glory' with the battle scenes and graveyards of the First World War. Narrated by Huw Wheldon
Producer HUMPHREY BURTON Arena editor ALAN YENTOB
BBC Music Guide: Elgar Orchestral Music £2.25 from booksellers
Top country instrumentalist and vocalist Pete Sayers with resident guest Diane Solomon. Special guests: Joe Fagin and America's top harmonica player, Terry McMillan
12.0 Introduction to Calculus
A trigonometric expansion-an elegant method using transformation techniques-simplifies some difficult trigonometry.
12.25 Farming: Organic or Intensive?
Chemicals are extensively used to maintain the high yields of modem agriculture. But what damage is done to the long-term soil fertility and to the environment, and how far can the lessons learned from organic farming be applied to reduce the problems?