9.15 Job Bank. Mail Order
Jobs in a mail order company in both the office and warehousing sides.
9.38 Going to Work. Work with People. Young people who feel their jobs are demanding yet especially satisfying.
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds My Day. Robert helps his mum with the chores and then goes on a visit to a zoo.
10.15 Music Time. Street Music The variety of music to be heard in the streets. A song with street cries for the children to sing. The shawm - a good outdoor instrument - plays with recorder and rebec. Presenters JONATHAN COHEN
HELEN SPEIRS with CITY WAITES Director JEREMY ORLEBAR
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
10.38 British Social History Shame by DAVID COOK
A play about the 'Workhouse Act' of 1834 starring
VICTORIA FAIRBROTHER. OLIVER COTTON. (Rpt )
11.0 Zig Zag. The Seven Seas Three-quarters of the earth's surface is covered by water: the impact the oceans have on our weather and diet. *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Moving Along. Sally finds more than one way of moving heavy loads; Frank turns detective.
Producer DEREK LONGHURST
11.42 General Studies East versus West
1: Views from the West
The first of three programmes looking at some of the issues which divide the East and West. Here some of the causes of conflict in East-West relations are explored. Narrator NICK ross
Producer BRUCE JAMSON
12.10 16 Up Selection
Racism. A group of young people from Walsall talk about racism and how it affects their lives.
12.35 On the Rocks 6: Back to Base
How some of the oldest outcropping rocks in the British Isles form the base for later strata. (.Repeat)
1.0 Wheels of Fire
Ten films on development issues in India
6: With Our Own Hands Urbanisation
1.30 Pages from Ceefax
1.38 Scotland this Century 6: A Century of Sport
The development of spectator sports in Scotland during this century with contributions from BOB CRAMPSEY and BILL McLAREN. Producer PETER WHITEFORD
2.0 Words and Pictures
The Journey. In today's story a mouse sets off to visit his mother. His second-hand car falls apart. The wheels come off his roller-skates. He wears big holes in his boots, but despite these difficulties he reaches his destination. Presenter vicky IRELAND Puppets ALAN PLATT
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
2.18 Exploring Science Fire, Earth, Metals
Producer PETER BRATT
2.40 The Music Arcade 6: Keyboard Instruments
JONATHAN COHEN plays different keyboard instruments and leads a performance of 'My hat!'
And the Winner is ...
It's all over bar the shouting in the off-shore leases auction - has J.R. succeeded in getting Cliff Bames to do his bidding? Ray and Donna confront Edgar about his involvement in the affair while Katherine suspects she may be wrong about Jenna. Written by ARTHUR BERNARD LEWIS Directed by NICK havinga
(Repeat. Continued tomorrow 3.0 pm) *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Charles Laughton Maureen O'Hara jvith George Sanders Walter Slezak
Albert Lory is a timid and mild-mannered schoolteacher living with his mother in a small town recently occupied by the Germans. When, eventually, he is arrested for a murder he did not commit, Lory shows unexpected courage in pleading his own defence and denouncing his collaborationist countrymen.
Screenplay by DUDLEY NICHOLS Produced by JEAN RENOIR and DUDLEY NICHOLS Directed by JEAN RENOIR
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Major Von Keller:
Mrs Emma Lory:
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Chris Harris finds out what young people get up to when the grown-ups aren't looking. Tonight: the thrills and spills of BMX, the cut and thrust of fencing and young fishermen in Dorset.... and Lil takes a 'ladies only' look at aerobics.... Film editor STEVE HOLDSWORTH Producer PATRICK TAGGART
with Tom Ewell, Edmond O'Brien
Tom Miller, a small-time theatrical agent, is given the task of turning glamorous Jerri Jordan into a top rock 'n' roll personality. The problem is that Jerri doesn't want to be a star, Tom is falling for her and her boyfriend happens to be an ex-gangster!
Jayne Mansfield 's genuine talent for comedy is showcased in this lively satire on the rock 'n' roll era. and featuring
JULIE LONDON, RAY ANTHONY, BARRY GORDON, FATS DOMINO, THE PLATTERS, LITTLE RICHARD, GENE VINCENT, THE TRENIERS, THE CHUCKLES, JOHNNY OLENN, NINO TEMPO, EDDIE COCHRAN, ABBEY LINCOLN, EDDIE FONTAINE
Screenplay by FRANK TASHLIN and HERBERT BAKER based on a story by GARSON KANIN Produced and directed by FRANK TASHLIN
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In this first programme of a new series introducing the classic techniques of Chinese cooking, Ken Hom demonstrates his simple method of preparing one of China's most spectacular dishes. Peking Duck, and its traditional accompaniments, paper-thin pancakes and spring onion brushes. He visits a top Hong Kong restaurant to see how Peking Duck is traditionally cooked and served at an authentic Chinese banquet, and makes a delicious northern Chinese dish, potsticker dumplings.
Book Â£8.95 hardback: Â£5.25 paperback from booksellers. For a free leaflet on where to obtain authentic Chinese ingredients and details of a BBC Starter Kit, send a large sae to [address removed]
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by PETER SPENCE starring Designer
Producer GARETH GWENLAN
written by PETER J. HAMMOND starring John Duttine
Lorraine Chase , Brian Murphy 2: Brian Drake is still heading for the country with Tommy, a cured pyromaniac, in tow. On the way they collect two more kindred spirits, Angie, a hitch-hiking girl, and Maurice, a ball-walking postman.
Designer NIGEL CURZON
Produced and directed by JOHN B. HOBBS
Starring Robbie Coltrane, John Sessions, Ron Bain and Louise Gold
I have just watched the first programme in the above-mentioned comedy series.
I was in the war you know. Is this what British comedy has come to??? This is obviously German comedy. It makes me ill. My dog is a pensioner and we have a green hedge.
A lover of Commonwealth comedy.
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Horizon begins its new season with an investigation of the sordid 40-year history of germ warfare, a history rich in allegation, inhumanity, cover-ups, perversion of justice and blatant use of unwitting civilian populations in the West for biological experimentation.
Today military laboratories continue to work with deadly organisms like anthrax, plague and lassa fever. Is it 'defensive biology' as they claim, or offensive germ warfare in disguise? And now the latest techniques of genetic engineering for viruses and bacteria raise the spectre of even deadlier biological weapons. We could be perched on the brink of a new biological arms race - one that will include Third World countries, and even terrorist organisations.
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Written and produced by:
presented by John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Ian Smith and Paul Barry