9.15 Job Bank: Hospital Ward
Jobs involved in the diagnosis and treatment of patients.
Producer JOHN CHAPPLE
9.38 Going to Work: Outdoor Work
People who work in the open air regardless of the weather.
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL
10.0 You and Me: My Home
MIKE MAYNARD and some young friends look at a doll's house and a real house.
10.15 Music Time: Keeping Together
Visual signals. The children play their percussion music following pictures on the 'signal box'. Jonathan conducts the band who sometimes deliberately ignore his signals. The English concertina is introduced.
Presenters JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS
With JOHN NIXON (English concertina) RODNEY STEWART (double-bass) KEVIN HATHWAY (percussion) Director JEREMY ORLEBAR
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
10.38 Twentieth-Century History: Roosevelt and the New Deal
11.0 Zig Zag: Balance in the Deep
Food chains in the sea. *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
11.23 Thinkabout: In the Air
When the children's kite gets stuck up a tree, it brings down more than they bargained for; and Pippa takes her first flight in a glider. with Jim Dunk as Frank and Vicky Licorish as Sally
Producer DEREK LONGHURST
11.42 General Studies: East Versus West: 2: Views from Russia
Trying to look through Soviet eyes at some of the causes of tension in the world today. Narrator NICK ROSS
Producer BRUCE JAMSON
12.10 pm 16 Up: Home and Away
ANTHONY LAWTON Of the National Youth Bureau looks at how teenagers cope with living at home and leaving home.
12.35 On the Rocks: Mortal Remains
Chalk and limestone formation
1.0 Wheels of Fire: We are So Poor but We are So Many
The Self-Employed Women's Association
1.30 Pages from Ceefax
1.38 Scotland This Century: 7: The Pleasures of the People
CLIFF HANLEY traces the development of popular entertainment in Scotland.
Producer PETER WHITEFORD
2.0 Words and Pictures: Mog in the Dark
'Who else is here in the dark?' is a question Mog asks herself. She conjures up the thought of big birds with teeth and dogs that climb.
Presenter VICKY IRELAND
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
2.18 The History Trail: 4: The Great Wen
As London grows, it changes the face of 18th-century England.
2.40 The Music Arcade: 7: The Guitar
PAUL GALBRATTH plays the classical guitar, and the children sing a song about a guitar.
Wedding fever spreads at
Southfork and Jessica plans to cure it -by surgery? J.R. has Katherine taped and uses it to his advantage. Cliff begins to sell off his properties but has still failed to pass go. Peter is warned by Sue Ellen - but too late.... Written by ARTHUR BERNARD LEWIS Directed by GWEN ARNER
(Continued at 3.55 pm. Repeat) *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Bobby joins the wedding march - will he strike a lucky band of gold? Clayton senses sabotage and tries to speed up proceedings, while J.R. is shocked and stunned by Peter's arrest. Cliff realises that oil is not well and Mark makes a grim discovery....
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by MICHAEL PREECE
(Continued tomorrow at 3.0 pm. Repeat)
A Forty Minutes documentary film
They wanted to make him the next Sinatra. They flew him to America to co-star with Marilyn Monroe. But in only two years, Frankie Vaughan was back ...
The Britain he'd conquered in the 50s was not the Britain of The Beatles and the Rolling Stones. But his hard-core fans stayed faithful. Frankie survived, and, 20 years on, his dark good looks, and repertoire of evergreens, are still wowing the middle-aged ladies who fell for him as teenage girls. Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer DESMOND LAPSLEY
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Chris Harris enjoys a summer day in Swanage, where the local television station - Swanage TV - is operated in a beach-hut by his irrepressible secretary Lil. And while Chris finds gymnasts, dancers and singers for the show, Lil discovers a buskers' group on the beach and makes an impromptu appearance on Peter PoweU 's Radio 1 Roadshow.
Film editor STEVE HOLDSWORTH Producer PATRICK TAGGART
with Spencer Tracy
Judy Holliday and Tom Ewell
Lawyers Adam and Amanda Bonner have successful careers and a narmonious marriage until they become involved in the battle of the sexes when
Adam takes on the prosecution of a woman for the attempted murder of her husband, only to discover that Amanda is counsel for the defence!
Katharine Hepburn , who celebrates her 75th birthday this week, gives a sparkling performance in this witty look at the war between men and women. =
Screenplay by RUTH GORDON and GARSON KANIN Produced by LAWRENCE WEINGARTEN
Directed by GEORGE CUKOR
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Olympia La Pere:
The wok is China's most versatile cooking implement and in today's programme Ken Hom advises on choosing and using a wok. He makes three mouth-watering dishes using the classic Chinese technique of stir-frying - fragrant chicken in black bean sauce, tasty stir-fried prawns with eggs, and a quick and easy vegetable dish, stir-fried ginger broccoli. He also visits a young Chinese family in Hong Kong to see what they have for dinner.
Book, Ken Hom's Chinese Cookery, available from bookshops, Â£8.95 hardback/Â£5.25 paperback. For a free leaflet on where to obtain authentic Chinese ingredients and details of a BBC Starter Kit, send large sae to [address removed]
by Peter Spemce
starring Penelope Keith, Peter Bowles
written by PETER J. HAMMOND starring John Duttine Lorraine Chase and Brian Murphy
3: Drake has found his dream home in the country, but his ex-wife is still determined to make life difficult for him. She sends Ansell, a private detective, to hunt him down.
Designer NIGEL CURZON
Produced and directed by JOHN B. HOBBS
Starring Robbie Coltrane, Ron Bain, Louise Gold, John Sessions
You would think that with over 29,000 employees there would be someone capable of writing a funnier Radio Times billing than last week's.
Let me suggest one - 'It's all aboard for laffs as Ali Haha and his chums take you on a magic carpet ride through the bazaars of TV funland'.
(radio's comedy balloonist)
Contented Cows and Other Animals
Chickens packed in battery cages, pigs in metal crates so small they can't turn round - that's what modern farming means to many people, and they're against it. But what do the animals feel about it all?
Scientists are now studying farm animals to find out more about their natural behaviour and about how farmers can change the way they treat them, in the hope of improving farm productivity and making life better for them. And they've come up with some surprising evidence from experiments that include lambs in balaclava helmets, hens laying multicoloured eggs, pigs building nests - and a group of chickens that roundly rejected an influential government report on welfare.
Narrator Paul Vaughan Film editor ROBERT BROWN
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY Written and produced by HILARY HENSON
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And ever since historian writ And ever since a bard could sing
Doth each exalt with all his wit
The noble art of murdering In the first of this series Norman Mailer
Beryl Bainbridge and Colin Wilson talk to
Frank Delaney about their preoccupation with murder. Designer LESLIE STEPHENSON
Assistant producer SAMIRA OSMAN Director TONY TYLEY Producer CHRIS MOHR
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John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Ian Smith and Paul Barry
Producers HOWARD ANDERSON
JANA BENNETT , DAVE STANFORD Directors
JOHN WILKINSON , CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE , MIKE ROBINSON Deputy editor JOHN MAHONEY Editor DAVID DICKINSON
A series of 20 programmes presented by LILLY LEMBO LAMBART and ENRICO VERDECCHIA
1: Buongiorno! How to ask for something
Film director SUSANNA CAPON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI