9.10 Technical Studies
Ten programmes showing how basic concepts in manufacturing technology are used in modern industry.
5: Forging Materials
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 Swing and Sway
JAMILLA MASSEY and her friends show how to say hello in dance and tell a traditional Asian story in English.
Producer JUDITH MILES
10.15 Maths File 3: Fractions
Two thirds of something suggests division (into thirds) and multiplication (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. (Rpt:
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: 6
12.30 Sparks Young people making things happen.
6: The Campaigners
English for driving
Six programmes for learner drivers who speak English as a second language.
1: Geeta Learns the Controls of the Car
Presenter PETER DAVISON
Book, English for Driving, £2.95 available from N.E.C., Cambridge [Postcode removed]. Make chequeslpostal orders payable to N.E.C. Trust Ltd.
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 3: Hill Farming
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.
2.40 Zig Zag: The Arabs 5: Tomorrow's Arabs
Where is Poppa?
Bobby tries to persuade
Clayton to put his money where his spouse is and come in on the offshore deal.
Marilee is impressed by Cliff's performance, but J.R. continues to bug him. Sue Ellen makes a shopping expedition to Jenna's boutique that ends in tragedy and a dramatic revelation....
Written by ARTHUR BERNARD LEWIS Directed by WILLIAM F. CLAXTON (For cast see Monday. Continued tomorrow at 3.0 pm. Repeat)
The Rothmans Grand Prix
DAVID VINE introduces further coverage of this afternoon's match from the Hexagon, Reading.
Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CUVE EVERTON Producers
MIKE ADLEY , KEITH MACKENZIE
Executive producer NICK HUNTER
with subtitles, followed by Weather
An Australian drama series in nine parts adapted from the autobiographical novels by ALAN MARSHALL starring Lewis Fitz-Gerald 8: Boots, Boots, Boots
Working as a part-time accountant in a boot factory, Alan meets his first love,
Biddy. Horror at the tragedy of one of their friends, however, drastically affects their relationship.
Screenplay by ROGER SIMPSON Produced by JOHN GAUCI
Directed by DOUGLAS SHARP An Australian Broadcasting
The Rothmans Grand Prix
DAVID VINE introduces highlights of this afternoon's nine-frame, third-round match from the Hexagon, Reading. Book, Pot Black 1985, £2.95 from booksellers (published on 30 November)
Juliet Alexander and Vince Herbert with the news, views and music from the black communities. This week:
Invasion or liberation? A look at Grenada one year after the American intervention; black children in care - the first national conference organised by the children themselves trying to determine their own futures; dominoes - Des Mitchell reports on the not-so-peaceful sport of dominoes, Caribbean-style.
With music from the Wailing Souls, one of Jamaica's most original singing groups. Producer ROY CHAPMAN Series producer
The popular game of musical knowledge with Frank Muir and John Amis challenging
Denis Norden and Ian Wallace over questions set by
Presented by Ian Hamilton J. G. Ballard 's Empire of the Sun is based on his childhood experiences in Shanghai, when interned by the Japanese during the war. His fellow prisoners compare their memories with his fiction. Seamus Heaney reads from his collection of poems, Station Island, his first for five years. For over half a century D. H. Lawrence 's novel Mr Noon lay unpublished, until this year.
Bryan Appleyard retraces the novel's landscape and pieces together the clues it offers to Lawrence's early life. Producer JENNY COWAN
Executive producer TIMOTHY GARDAM
The Rothmans Grand Prix The Second Quarter-final RAY REARDON (5) and KIRK STEVENS (4) will be hoping to be called into action this evening, but the challenge could hardly have been fiercer With ALEX MGGINS ,
DENNIS TAYLOR and JOHN VIRGO in the same quarter.
Continuing the story of a hazardous submarine mission.
Submarine U-96 has received orders to put into the neutral Spanish port of Vigo to take on supplies. The officers experience the good life on a German supply ship. For the men, it's a brief respite from the war before risking the perilous Straits of Gibraltar. (For cast see Sunday)
(Final part tomorrow at 9.30 pm)
Christianity in Change
Sue Cook reports on how Don Cupitt 's series, which finished last week, has been received, and David Dimbleby chairs a discussion about the nature of Christian belief with The Rt
Rev Hugh Montefiore , Bishop of Birmingham, philosopher
Sir Alfred Ayer , Ann Loades ,
Senior Lecturer in Theology at the University of Durham,
David Cook head of theology at Westminster College,
Oxford, and Don Cupitt , Dean of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.
Assistant producer SAMIRA OSMAN Director philip CHILVERS Producer KEVIN LOADER