9.10 Technical Studies
Ten programmes showing how basic concepts in manufacturing technology are used in modern industry. 5: Forging
9.38 Science Workshop
Analysing 'A': The things we look at are more than we see. Producer MICHAEL COYLE
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year olds Dibs says 'I wish I were you' and imagines himself as Cosmo. A visit to the seaside to meet TESSA who lives there, build sandcastles and catch crabs. With MIKE GRADY and FRANCES KAY , FRANCIS WRIGHT Director JULIE CALLANAN
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN
10.15 Maths File 3: Fractions
Two thirds of something suggests division (into thirds) and multiplications (by 2); can two thirds also be a number in its own right?
10.38 Maths Topics Trigonometry: 5
Graphs of sine, cosine, tangent. Negative angles.
11.0 Words and Pictures Lift-off
11.17 The Music Arcade 5: Vocal Sounds (2)
11.39 General Studies The Bugs Business
Russian Language and People Learn a little Russian and look at daily life in the Soviet Union. The Russian Alphabet: 5
Young people making things happen.
5: The Performers
There's no business like show business.
12.55 Inside YTS
Five programmes on the Youth Training Scheme in action
5: What do you think of it so far?
1.21 Encounter: France 5: Spare Time
'Why don't you.... ?' visit a French TV station, help in a butcher's shop, watch a cycle race and see how the paper reports it - or enjoy yourself with a youth group.
1.38 Let's See: Farming 2: Milk and Beef
Captain Cook. 5: The Arctic
Captain Cook sets out on his final expedition and heads northwards to the Arctic. On the way back he comes to an untimely end on Hawaii, but his name lives on, aided and abetted by JAMES EARL ADAIR and LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR . Producer TOM STANIER
2.18 Geography 11-13 River Landscapes
BERNARD CLARK investigates the many different landscapes of the River Tees, from wild moorlands to heavy industry. Producer LEN BROWN
2.40 Zig Zag: The Arabs 5: Tomorrow's Arabs
Ellie and Clayton make their engagement official with a ring. J.R. claims not to mind, but runs a check on the past of his future step-father. Bobby goes shopping for
Jenna - and buys her a boutique, while Peter quits school and gets an apartment with the aim of winning over Sue Ellen. Written by DAVID PAULSEN Directed by LARRY HAGMAN
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A Devon farm burgeons with crops of wheat and barley, but that bounty is plundered.
Rooks and voles, skylarks and harvest-mice, reap their own living along with many other creatures. Must the farmer share his land with a wildlife that respects no boundaries?
A Forty Minutes documentary Gorillagrams, flashagrams, strippagrams. London seethes with pranksters, who at a price will embarrass chosen victims on birthday, wedding, retirement ... any excuse will do. Who are the pranksters, and who the prankees? Why do they do it?
Executive producer ROGER MILLS
Producer ANDY STEVENSON
with subtitles, followed by Weather
2: A Side - B Side
The Youth Training Scheme promises a year of quality training and an allowance of £26.25. Fair deal or cheap labour?
Young people from all over Britain say what it's really like to be on the receiving end of YTS.
(Programme 3 tomorrow at 5.30 pm)
An Australian drama series in nine parts adapted from the autobiographical novels by ALAN MARSHALL starring Lewis Fitz-Gerald 7: Take It or Leave It
Determined to make enough money to support himself as a writer, Alan secures a position with the owner of a haberdashery firm, but his satisfaction is soon dampened when he is advised that he will receive only half-pay because of his disability. Produced by JOHN GAUCI Directed by KEITH WILKES
An Australian Broadcasting
The master comedian from the golden age of silent comedy in excerpts from the films that thrilled and entertained a generation.
Greenhorn Harold saves the day in a college football match in classic scenes from
The Freshman. Then he recalls his rise from rags to riches in Millionaire.
Television version written by PETER DURSTON
Produced by BOB HOAG
Juliet Alexander and Vince Herbert are back with news, views, people and music from the black communities. This week Lenny Henry explains what makes him laugh; the black mining families of Nottingham talk to Linda Mitchell about the strike and the jobs they hope they'll go back to; music from the legendary soul singer Jimmy Ruffin ; and from America, Vastiana Belfon sends the first of her special Ebony Reports Washington. Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN
Frank Muir and John Amis challenge
Denis Norden and Ian Wallace over questions set by Steve Race
Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPE
The Forgotten Prisoners
Once a week, a coded phone call is made from a small London flat. Mehmet Ali Dikerdem is seeking news of his father, an ailing 69-year-old former ambassador who is locked up in jail with 20,000 other political prisoners, in a country where free trade unions are suppressed and there are reports of widespread torture. The country is Turkey - a vital member of NATO and an associate member of the Common Market. Brass Tacks filmed secretly in Turkey to investigate allegations of torture and imprisonment.
Those who talked to reporter
David Henshaw risk heavy jail sentences. Turkey says it's on the road to democracy. But has the British Government been putting defence interests before human rights? Producer DEBBIE CHRISTIE Editor COUN ADAMS
by PATRICK FYFFE and GEORGE LOGAN starring
Dr Evadne Hinge
Dame Hilda Bracket with Geoffrey Banks
Ted Bayer, John Ryan 4: Gypsy in my Sole written by GYLES BRANDRETH A travelling caravan seems the ideal solution to the ladies' holiday problems. But even deep in the idyllic English countryside, Hilda and Evadne find they are not quite alone. Executive producer
PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT
Designer JOHN HOLLAND Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS BBC Manchester
Don Cupitt , Dean of Emmanuel College,
Cambridge, concludes his exploration of the revolution in ideas that has brought humanity from the secure world view of the Middle Ages to today's crisis of faith. 6: The New World
In a Swiss market square a madman announces the death of God. Friedrich Nietzsche is writing the dramatic climax to the story of the rise of individualism and critical thinking which began with the Enlightenment. But in his own life Nietzsche - most thoroughgoing of all atheists - forced himself to the edge of the abyss.
Is Christian faith possible at all in the bleak new world ot the 20th century? Don Cupitt follows the developing thought of the most enigmatic philosopher and Christian of our own times - Ludwig Wittgenstein.
Film cameraman JOHN MCGLASHAN Sound recordist GEORGE CASSEDY
Music composed by NIGEL OSBORNE Assistant producer PETER DALE Producer PETER ARMSTRONG
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The Sunbeam Mixed Masters The final of this nostalgic tournament which has assembled some of the greatest players in the history of the game, who still show the grace, artistry and good humour that made them so popular around the world.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam Commentator DAN MASKELL
JOHN BARRETT , GERALD WILLIAMS Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Ian Smith and Paul Barry present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.
NICK GUTHRIE. MIKE ROBINSON Deputy editor JOHN MAHONEY Producers HOWARD ANDERSON JANA BENNETT , ELUE UPDALE Directors
JOHN WILKINSON , CHRIS FOX