6.30 Oceanography: A Look Ahead
6.55 Maths: Modelling Pollution
7.20 Colliding Continents
9.15 Job Bank: Technicians in Industry
Featuring a technician who creates flavours, a pesticide tester and a female metallurgist.
9.38 Going to Work: Going for the Interview
by Bill Lyons.
Nearly everybody at some time goes to an interview and, as in today's play, some do better than others.
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo and Dibs try hanging upside down. A visit to a school to hear a story from India, with counting in Punjabi.
With Maggie Ollerenshaw.
10.15 Music Time 2: Time Span
Morse code - long and short sounds. Listening to, and playing signals in code. The cello plays a march. with Raphael Wallfish (cello).
10.38 British Social History 1: Richard Arkwright and the First Factories
Max Mason visits Cromford in Derbyshire to see where part of our new world began.
11.0 Zig Zag: The Arabs: 2: Sinbad the Sailor
A hundred years after the death of Muhammad, Arab scientists and merchants had created a new civilisation.
Paul Coia and Sheelagh Gilbey explore the world of Islam and introduce the story of Sinbad the Sailor.
11.23 Thinkabout: Sound Effects
It's Frank's birthday, but it sounds as if Sally's present is going to take everyone by surprise.
11.42 General Studies: Censorship: The Limits of Freedom: 2: The Arts Unlimited
Examples of censorship affecting books, plays, films and broadcasting.
12.10 16 Up Selection: 1: How Do I Look?
A selection of repeat programmes from the two series of 16 Up, designed to look at issues of interest to the 16-19 age group.
12.35 On the Rocks: 2: Break and Make: Sedimentary rocks
Ten programmes about the evolution of the landscape around us.
1.0 Wheels of Fire: 2: Five Million Children
Development issues in India.
The problems of infant mortality.
1.30 Pages from Ceefax
1.38 Scotland this Century: 2: Women's Lives
Scotswomen describe some of the changes in their life and work since the early years of the century.
2.0 Words and Pictures: Alex and Roy
'This is our car. Will you come for a ride?' sing Charlie and the children by way of invitation, and find out in both song and story just how useful cardboard boxes can be for improvised travelling.
2.18 Exploring Science: It's a Crystal World
From diamonds to the silicon chip, crystals have very special properties.
2.40 The Music Arcade: 2: African Rhythms
Led by 'Aklowa', the children join in playing African rhythms from Ghana.
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Paul Mitchell [Actress]: Cassie
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Vicky Licorish Producer (General Studies): Bruce
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How do children's creative processes work?
This is a record of two
'workshops' -one on a beach, the other in a school hall, where children were asked to use whatever materials they could find.
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Dennis McCarthy takes a look at the world of dogs. Tonight Bernie Winters on the private life of Schnorbitz; top dog judge, Joe Braddon , looks at guard dogs; RAF police dogs sniff out drugs; mongrel Chas is taught to retrieve; vet Don Haxby answers viewers' questions and there is a profile of a komondor, a dog that takes four days to dry after a bath!
Producer MIKE DERBY BBC Pebble Mill
continues BBC2's season if her films vith Fernand Graavey , vy St Helier Miles Mander
Sacrificing wealth and lonour, a young English leiress leaves her pompous fiance and elopes to Austria with a handsome musician. In the Vienna of 1875 the impoverished couple's love sustains them, but just when their fortunes take a new turn a philandering army officer appears on the scene. Anna Neagle plays the charming Sarah Linden in this film version of Noel Coward 's operetta which includes songs such as 'Tokay', 'What is love?' and 'I'll see you again'.
Screenplay LYDIA HAYWARD
HERBERT WILCOX and MONCKTON HOFF based on the operetta by NOEL COWARD
Music and lyrics by NOËL COWARD Produced by HERBERT WILCOX
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Manon la Crevette:
Captain Auguste Lutte:
British Professional Championship from The Coatham Bowl, Redcar
This is day three of the eight-day tournament to decide who will hold the 1984 title of the British Professional Championship and receive E8,000.
The second round starts this evening, and should the form book be correct eric BRISTOW ,
PETER LOCKE and JOHN LOWE will be seen.
Each match is seven sets, three legs per set.
Introduced by TONY GUBBA Commentator
SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN Directors
MIKE ADLEY , KEITH MACKENZIE Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
by Peter Spece
starring Penelope Keith as Audrey fforbes-Hamilton and Peter Bowles as Richard DeVere
3: Besieged, Bothered and Bewildered written by RAY MANSELL and PAUL BENN A man with no name seeks the woman who never was in the town that doesn't exist.
Designer STEPHAN PACZAI Produced and directed by DAVID ASKEY
The vampires and ghouls are on the prowl and a lovely song meets a tragic fate, but worry not there's a real tonic in the end. Written by KELLY MONTEITH , NEIL SHAND featuring John Barron
William Franklin , Donald Gee Enn Reitel , Trudie Styler
With NATALIE FORBES , JULIE KIRK BILLY BOYLE , MICHAEL STAINTON and Pippa Page
Sound LAURIE TAYLOR
Lighting DUNCAN BROWN Designers
JO DAY, MALCOLM THORNTON
Produced and directed by JOHN KILBY
A Natural World special
Most people - and most governments - believe that following a nuclear war, no matter how terrible the effects of blast, fire and radiation might be, there would be unaffected areas from which civilisation might be rebuilt. But since 1982, scientific evidence has been accumulating that smoke and dust from a nuclear conflict could plunge the northern hemisphere into twilight for weeks, and cause temperatures to drop as much as 40° centigrade, with catastrophic effect on plants and animals.
This programme tells the story of accidental discovery and spare-time research in America, Russia and Britain, which suggests that for 30 years we have had the capacity to cause a 'nuclear winter'.
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Feature: page 21
John Tusa chairs a debate on the issues raised by Threads and On the 8th Day.
What are the implications of the nuclear winter for civil defence policy and nuclear strategies? Can there be a limited nuclear war? Or is the chaos caused by a first nuclear exchange so great that major escalation is inevitable?
John Tusa explores these questions with politicians, defence analysts and military experts from both sides of the Atlantic.
Feature: page 3
11.55 The Novel and Television: 2 A dramatisation of part of D. H. Lawrence 's TheFox.
12.20 Budgeting for Europe's Jobless In 1982 the European Parliament launched an initiative to make the European Community's budget for 1983 reflect concern for Europe's jobless. How was it received?