9.30 Science Topics Waves
9.52 Look and Read The Secret Passage
10.15 Mathscore One A Good Turn
Football, tennis, wallpapering and an elderly couple all throw light on angles.
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.38 Everyday Science Sporting Material
Badminton shuttlecocks, pole vault poles and tennis rackets depend on the versatility of plastic materials.
Narrator FERGUS O'KELLY
Producer MICHAEL COYLE
11.0 History 11-13 The Church
Pilgrims to Walsingham argue about their beliefs. At places along the way, the presenter explains how the Church was responsible for health, welfare and education.
Presenter RICHARD BURROWS , With DAVID GOODERSON
DEREK HOLT , SID LIVINGSTON and RICHARD WILLIAMS
Dramatisation KEITH GOODALL
Producer JILL SHEPPARD
11.22 Geography Casebook: Britain
To the visitor, the uplands of North Wales may look peaceful enough, but there are severe strains on the look and life of the area.
11.44 Going to Work Work with People
12.5 The Computer Programme
An introduction to the use of computers with the emphasis on small machines. The language used is BBC BASIC. 6: Sound and Moving Pictures Non-textual input/output
12.30 Computers in Control Introducing the Robot
12.55 Whatever Happened to Britain?
A Question of Inflation
1.20 Let's Go
The programme for moderately handicapped young adults, presented by BRIAN RIX 6: Let's Join a Crowd Let's Go Book 3 from BBC
Publications, El.50 including postage
1.38 Around Scotland
What's in the Paper Today?
Coins Against the Wall
2.30 English File G.B.S.
With BRYAN MURRAY as Bernard Shaw dramatised by LEONARD KINGSTON .
G.B.S. considered his childhood to have been
'loveless' but he did not let it hinder him on his path to literary greatness. With
BRENDA FRICKER , KATE BINCHY
SHIRLEY CAIN , MICHAEL MAYNARD
SIOBHAN NICHOLAS , KIERAN MONTAGUE and JANTHEA WILLIAMS Producer DIANE MORGAN
J.R. winds Lucy up and sets her in motion in his plan to destroy Peter. Cliff turns his own key tighter and tighter as the money runs out and the oil still isn't flowing. Pam tries to bring forward her wedding but Mark thinks he has all the time in the world. Miss Ellie is unaware of the terrible danger lurking at Southfork ...
Written by DAVID PAULSEN Directed by PATRICK DUFFY
(For cast see Monday. Continued next Monday. Repeat)
The CIS Insurance
Indoor Bowls Championship
With the last four of the eight remaining players contesting for a place in the semi-finals, the Championship is in full swing this afternoon.
Remember, it is now the best of five sets, seven shots up per set. Introduced by DAVID VINE from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Commentators DAVID RHYS JONES
MAL HUGHES , DAVID MCGILL Producers
KEITH PHILLIPS , KEITH MACKENZIE Executive producer NICK HUNTER
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Written and presented by David Bellamy
2: The Great Spring
A four-part story set in the dales of northern England which for 5,000 years lay under a blanket of ice. When the ice retreated 4,000 years ago the Great Spring began, and the dales began a new life.
Production HARRY GREEN and MIKE WEATHERLEY
The CIS Insurance
Indoor Bowls Championship Highlights and the results of the third quarter-final played earlier this afternoon.
Introduced by david vine
How does a nightmare begin? For David Vincent it began at four in the morning, looking for a short-cut he never found.
What he found instead were creatures from another world....
Doomsday Minus One starring Roy Thinnes as David Vincent
Vincent discovers evidence of a saucer landing at a military base which is soon to be the site of a massive underground nuclear test. Can the aliens have infiltrated the installation - unthinkable but all too possible....
Written by louis VITTES Director PAUL WENDKOS
Major Rick Graves:
Gerald Harrison introduces BBC2's own brass band knock-out competition from
The Assembly Rooms, Derby. 3: Second Semi-final
Yorkshire Imperial Band, from Leeds, Yorkshire, conducted by Ray Fan -play against
Sun Life Band
West of England Champions, conducted by Barry Pope Soloists Steven Clayton , playing the flugelhom for
Yorkshire Imperial Band, and Steve Walkley , playing the trombone for Sun Life Band, compete for the Viewers' Sovereign Award.
Special guest supporters: Harry Gration and Graham Purches
Judges Lt Col Trevor L. Sharpe and Bernard Keeffe
Lighting JOHN ALUNSON Sound NEIL MURRAY
Designer ANDY DIMOND Producer KEN GRIFFIN
A duel of words and wit between
Anna Massey , Godfrey Smith and Arthur Marshall
Sally Magnusson. Peter Egan Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN
Produced and directed by PAULCIANI
3: The Roman Actress
Mirella D'Angelo was already one of Italy's top models when at 18 she first went into films. She's been cast as thief, princess, gambler and stripteaser. She's just played a sorceress opposite a former Mr Universe in Hercules. Ten years and ten films later she is still looking for the right part to establish herself as a major actress.
To keep acting Mirella has switched to fringe theatre. A week before the opening night she's busy with rehearsals.
When she is invited for a new screen test Mirella wonders if she could now be on her way to Hollywood.
Narrator Michael Pennington Written by DAVID WILLEY
Assistant producer ANNE MORRISON Film cameraman NIGEL MEAKIN Film sound RICHARD BOULTER Film editor ROGER GUERTIN Producer JEREMY BENNETT
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In an effort to prove you can fool some of the people all of the time, Charles and Hawkeye let slip that Marilyn Monroe is visiting the 4077th. Their plan succeeds beyond their wildest dreams - or is it nightmares?
Directed by CHARLES DUBIN
The Everly Brothers: Songs of Innocence and Experience The first of two films about great names of American popular music. Tonight, the Everly Brothers, whose hits like 'Cathy's clown', 'Bye bye love' and 'Wake up little
Susie' defined a generation. Yet their formidable succession of bestsellers had its origins deep in the musical traditions of rural America.
Taught to sing from their earliest years, the brothers were raised in a unique cross-current of musical influences, from Appalachian harmony duos to black country blues singers. Their father Ike was an influential guitar picker and hosted the Everly Family Radio Show in the Mid West in the 40s and 50s. It was here that Don and Phil made their public debut. Arena retraces the Everlys' journey, from guitar picking in Kentucky with Ike's friend
MOSE REGUR to Tennessee where their early hits were penned by FELICE AND BOUDLEAUX BRYANT. Meet their legendary producer CHET ATKINS , architect of the 'Nashville Sound', and follow their career from their heyday in the 50s to the present day. Film editor COLIN KNlJFF Producer ALAN YENTOB Director ANTHONY WALL
The CIS Insurance
Indoor Bowls Championship Highlights of the last quarter-final.