6.5 Pure Maths: Convergence
6.30 Stereochemistry: Configurations
6.55 Prey for the Predator
7.20 Meanings of Madness: 4
7.45 Maths: The Location Problem
A group of five mentally-handicapped trainees from an Adult Training Centre begin work at a local factory. Could other employers do more to explore the potential of handicapped workers? Producer CAROLINE PICK
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The last of four programmes
Dennis Skillicorn visits Lower Calbourne Mill to meet John Pretty , who has got the mill and bakehouse working again using the original equipment. And at Arreton he meets Cephas Howard , once a television designer, now making his living as a potter.
starring Jayne Mansfield Tony Randall
The dubious world of advertising is full of surprises but the bizarre consequences of Rockwell Hunter's lipstick commercial, involving Hollywood's most glamorous star, astounds even the executives.
Jayne Mansfield stars as the movie queen in this satirical look at advertising based on George Axelrod 's Broadway hit. The film is also known as Oh! For a Man!
Based on the play by GEORGE AXELROD
) Written, produced and directed by ) FRANK TASHLIN
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The auctioneer: 'At a house sale you can find a local little old lady might well pay £100 for the gas cooker which in Glasgow might only fetch a fiver.' The dealer: 'As usual at these house sales there's far too many people getting in the way. They're always interested in looking in other people's houses. They're basically nosey.' The scene: Earlshall, a castle in Fife.
On sale: Over one thousand lots, from a food mixer to a medieval chess board.
The prices: From El to £16,000. Producer KEITH ALEXANDER
Director MIKE BARNES
Noel Edmonds re-creates
February 1966 a special time for author Leslie Thomas with help from MICHAEL ASPEL ; Radio Caroline DJs
TONY BLACKBURN and DAVE LEE TRAVIS ; The Troggs singing their hit of the time Wild thing, and some of the protesters who locked themselves into the Cavern Club in Liverpool in an attempt to stop it closing. Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer HENRY MURRAY
Our sense of humour baffles foreigners, our politics bother them, our preoccupation with tradition bemuses them. And as to our attitude toward sex-c'est hardly 'formidable'. Tonight, and for the next five weeks, Derek Jameson looks at the way foreign television reports on the British.
Apparently we don't wash, we don't know how to bring up our children, and we are morose and miserable even on holiday. On the other hand, we are always polite, we are kind to animals, and we would be great in a crisis - if we knew one when we saw one. Derek Jameson , of course, brings his own special wit to bear on interpreting all these eccentric foreign reporters.... Research MARK ROGERS
Producer LAURENCE REES
with Ron Bain
Miriam Margolyes Roger Sloman Tracey Ullman also featuring Kevin Turvey
When this series was first shown certain scenes were cut. We are pleased to announce that is still the case.
Director BRIAN JOBSON Producer COLIN GILBERT BBC Second
5: A Most Reluctant Witness 'The last war to end war finished in 1945 with an atomic bang in Japan. And the war to end wars was followed by countless last wars all over the world, of very little importance to anyone except the millions of forgotten people who died in them. And just possibly, some of us who were paid to report them, the unarmed mercenaries who wrote the stories of other men's despair.'
This week the wheel comes full circle. James Cameron returns to his days as a war correspondent, and questions man's obsession with conflict.
For him - the beginning; for man - the end of innocence. Videotape editor ANDY QUESTED Film editor DAVID LEE
Executive producer ANTHONY ISAACS Producer JENNY CROPPER
starring George Melly with John Chilton's Feetwarmers
The irrepressible jazz entertainer performs on stage in his unique style numbers that include "T'aint what you do" and the nostalgic "As time goes by".
His special guest is the dynamic singer Madeline Bell.
Featuring John Chilton (trumpet)
Collin Bates (piano)
Barry Dillon (bass)
Chuck Smith (drums)
Recorded at the Theatre Royal, Stratford East.
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Olivia O'Leary and Jenni Murray
11.30 Networks in Project Management
Building a TV studio switching centre is complex. How did the BBC use critical path analysis for the Glasgow centre?
11.55 Comparing Trades Unions: 2 Two senior elected trades union officials, one in France and one in England, continue the discussion on unions and multi-nationals.
12.20 The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd D. H. Lawrence 's play is presented in authentic regional accents and is compared with his short story recounting the same events.