9.30 Science Topics Genetics and Genetic Engineering
9.52 Look and Read Badger Girl
3: Running Away
10.15 Mathscore Two 2: Half and Half
It all adds up-to what? A percentage?
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.38 Exploring Science The Body Machine
In one sense the body is a collection of organs.
Producer ROBIN GWYN
11.0 Junior Craft, Design and Technology
Up and Down the Hill Building a Vehicle
The downhill vehicles are now made and tested. Producer DAVID TAFT
11.22 Japan: The Crowded Islands
How the Ito family makes a living from a farm 30 times smaller than an average farm in Britain.
Producer LEN BROWN
11.44 Going to Work
Settling in by BILL LYONS
12.5 pm The Computer Programme
An introduction to the use of computers with the emphasis on small machines. The language used is BBC BASIC. 3: Talking to a Machine Languages
12.30 Electronic Office
3: Wiring up the Organisation How linked computers can revolutionise working styles.
12.55 Whatever Happened to Britain?
An analysis of Britain's performance as an economic force since the industrial revolution.
3: Keeping Ahead of the Game The basis of economic success.
1.20 Let's Go
Ten programmes for moderately handicapped young adults, presented by BRIAN RIX 3: Let's Go Away
Let's Go Book 3 available from BBC Publications, El.50 including postage
1.38 Around Scotland
1: The Ancient Corridor
Troubled Minds - What a Lousy Title!
Teenagers in an adolescent unit of a mental hospital explain their problems.
2.30 English File A Taste of Honey by SHELAGH DELANEY Part 2
Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM
Designer CECILIA BRERETON Producer RONALD SMEDLEY Director MICHAEL SIMPSON
The Quality of Mercy
Unless their truce holds, Bobby learns that only a miracle could put him ahead of J.R. in their fight for Ewing Oil, with the showdown only days away. A troubled Lucy admits her doubts about her future with Mickey. But are her worries premature?
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by NICK HAVINGA
(For cast see Monday. Continued next Monday at 3.0 pm Repeat)
Ladies' British Open from Woburn Golf and Country Club
The leaders complete the third round of this exciting new event which has brought together some of the legendary names in ladies' golf.
Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
There are few ships in the Royal Docks today, and the surrounding area is in decay. The residents of north
Woolwich have their own plan for redevelopment.
Producer CLARE FALKNER
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The last of four films
Drinking and Climbing
Fred Dibnah demolishes the ornamental top of a mill chimney and recalls with some pain, letters which condemned his own use of lubrication on these occasions. Narrator Deryck Guyler Film editor PETER GIBBS Written and produced by DON HAWORTH
Ian McNaught-Davis and Lesley Judd present the first programme of a new, live monthly series in which anything that can go wrong, probably will....
American reporter, Freff, visits a 'live-action' movie at the Universal Studios tour in Hollywood and is narrowly saved from being lasered by a dragon.
Superstars champion Brian Jacks and his family trudge the streets of beautiful downtown Croydon looking for the perfect computer....
Journalist Chris Palmer looks at the latest software releases: Steven Castell , author of Computer Bluff, comments on the month's news, and John CoU will be along to review the latest computer printers.
If you have a modem, you can send messages to the Micro
Live Bulletin Board during the show. The phone number and more details are revealed at the beginning of the programme.
Director PATRICK TITLEY Producer DAVID ALLEN
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Gerald Harrison introduces BBC2's own brass band knock-out competition from
The Assembly Rooms, Derby. Round 1, programme 2
Sun Life Band, West of England Champions, conducted by Barry Pope play against North Skelton and District Band, Northern Champions, conducted by Flt-Lt Robert Wiffin
Soloists Kevin Robbins , playing the cornet for Sun Life
Band, and Paul Robinson , playing the euphonium for North Skelton and District Band, compete for the Viewers' Sovereign Award. Special guest supporters: Graham Purches and Marian Foster
Judges Lt-Col Trevor L. Sharpe and Bernard Keeffe
LightingJOHN ALLINSON SoundNEIL MURRAY
Designer ANDY DIMOND Producer KEN GRIFFIN
The 1983 World Snooker
Championships were into their second week. At the table were Terry Griffiths and Cliff Thorburn. So to that historic fourth frame.
The Axing of the Himalayas 'Once man would go to the trees in a spirit of worship; now he goes with a felling axe.'
That is how
Sunderlal Bahaguna , India's 'Man of the Trees' describes the predicament in his homeland. Down in the plains, India's developing industries need timber both for the nation and for export. But they should not have it, says
Sunderlal Bahaguna , at the hill people's expense. They need the forests for their very survival!
To do something about this the villagers of the hills have established the Chipko movement. 'Chipko' means 'to embrace' - and that is what they do. When the contractors come for felling, the villagers run out and hug the trees. Producer RICHARD TAYLOR
Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS
from Airmyn, Goole, with Geoff Hamilton and Clay Jones Sid Swift 's cottage garden has been reclaimed in just eight years from an overgrown and neglected plot.
Now it is full of colour, bonsai trees and topiary animals, but Sid Swift 's forte is very much experimentation: he has some interesting ideas on growing and training soft fruit and apples, and specialises in growing new and unusual vegetables that are becoming more available.
Production assistant JANE DON
Executive producer JOHN KENYON Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Written by CHARLOTTE BROWN
Directed by ROBERT MOORE (Repeal)
A six-part dramatisation of the life of Sigmund Freud. father of psychoanalysis. Written by CAREY HARRISON 4: Madonna starring David Suchet as Sigmund Freud.
An intriguing new relationship develops when Minna Bernays, Freud's attractive sister-in-law, joins the family. Freud's recent 'child seduction' theory has outraged Vienna, leaving him, professionally, more isolated than ever. With
Martha consigned to maternal duties and the Fliess friendship deteriorating, increasingly, Minna alone shares Sigmund's private frustrations until the celebrated 'Oedipus' theory ensures his future.
Music composed by ILONA SEKACZ Lighting director HOWARD KING Designers
PETER BLACKER , SUSAN SPENCE Director MOIRA ARMSTRONG Producer JOHN PURDIE
First male patient:
Freud a child:
Second male patient:
including the Labour Party Conference Report with John Tusa and Vincent Hanna. Donald MacCormick and Jenni Murray in London assess the news at home and abroad.
The second of four movies by the master of suspense.
The magnificent spine-chiller, justly considered one of Hitchcock's greatest movies, in which he develops new heights of suspense and psychological terror.
Absconding with$40,000 of her boss's money, Marion Crane sets off to join her lover Sam Loomis. After a tiring journey through the rain, she stops at a lonely motel run by Norman Bates , an intense young man living in the remote house with his domineering mother...
Screenplay JOSEPH STEFANO , based on the novel by ROBERT BLOCH Directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK
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