9.20 Unter uns
Was wir gern mogen;
Schmeckt das?; Krank sein. Interviews and everyday exchanges in basic conversational German.
9.38 Dicho y hecho
Basic skills in Spanish
Asking for things; Dealing with money; Needing things
9.55 Thinkabout Shadow Play
Frank, Sally and the children enjoy playing with shadow shapes.
10.12 Science Workshop Joins 'B'
Not to be Sniffed at
11.5 The History Trail 4: The Great Wen
As London grows, it changes the face of 18th-century
England, and the lives of the people.
Producer DAVID SCOTT cowan
Farming Through the Ages Hedgerows
A result of the Enclosure
Movement, hedgerows protect crops, animals, and an abundance of wildlife. Presenter
Producer ALWYN HUMPHREYS BBC Wales
Swim ANDREW HARVEY introduces a series for swimmers and non-swimmers of all ages. 8: Springboard Diving
12.20 Propaganda with Facts How cinema newsreels were used in the 1940s - during and after the war.
3: Today's Crisis ...
12.45 Pages from Ceefax
1.10 Mind How You Go
Ten programmes about road accident prevention, presented by JIMMY SAVILE OBE
8: Dark, Wet and Icy
1.20 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Verbindungen
Falks Bahnfahrt; Auf dem
Mittellandkanal; Familienleben an Bord
1.38 Around Scotland Not So Long Ago
1: New Lamps for Old
The first of three dramatised programmes about a Scottish family during the early part of this century, with MARTIN BLACK as Alec Newman , FIONA KNOWLES as Sarah Newman and JOHN SHEDDEN as Dr Cairns Script STEPHEN MULRINE Designer DAVID MCKENZIE
Producer PETER WHITEFORD
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo and Dibs have trouble comparing the size of things.
Some London children perform a traditional Greek dance. Book: Rupa the Elephant by MICKEY PATEL , illustrated by biman MULUCK Presenter JENI BARNETT
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN
2.15 Music Time 8: Tempo
You Know it Makes Sense
Some 'knock knock' jokes, a bicycle factory and a girl called Bert help to show how our language works. With VERONICA HYKS
Narrator RON ALLDRIDGE Sketch by CATHY PELLICER
Producer MORTON SURGUY
Japan and the Legacy of the Samurai
A series of seven films
Narrated by Julian Pettifer 4: Love, Light and a Dream Japan's number-one tycoon, Konosuke Matsushita , encourages his assembly-line workers in the ancient skills of the tea ceremony and flower arrangement, but his respect for the past is balanced by an equal concern for the years ahead. Film editor JEFF SHAW
Produced by MICHAEL MACINTYRE
When the Petrol Runs Out Introduced by Heinz Wolff The teams have to tear three motor cars apart before rebuilding them to make vehicles light enough to lift over a wall, strong enough to carry three people, fast enough to beat the others - and all this without using any petrol.
Chasing them is guest judge Jock Smith.
Producer CHARLES HUFF
A 'J' from Yesterday Bob Fisher charts a four-year struggle leading to the rebirth of the unique 'J' class yacht Velsheda. Film editor
NIGEL PARDOEMATTHEWS Producer JEREMY PALLANT BBC Pebble Mill
with John Pitman
A series going behind the scenes of places which are part of the British way of life.
1: Battersea Dogs Home
A little old lady living alone is seeking a small white dog to keep her company. A young married man gives up his old English sheep-dog because he takes up too much room. Today, as always, the home is full - 450 dogs either lost or kicked out by their owners, waiting to be taken away from it all.
Sensitive and sympathetic and a very happy half hour full of comforting incidents (DAILY EXPRESS) Pedigree stuff (SUNDAY PEOPLE) Director PETER GRlMSDALE
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The pictures he took of Vivien Leigh helped to win her the role of Scarlett O'Hara .. Audrey Hepburn was still in the chorus line when he chose her as his model for a beauty ad ...
From Mae West to The
Beatles, the name
Angus McBean is synonymous with the golden years of show business. At the age of 80 he is still in demand - re-creating those famous surrealist photographs as settings for the Paris collections. Studio director
GEORGE MILNER-SMITH Producer MIKE PURTON
starring Jesse Turner Dennis Fimple
Salt Flat, Texas: population 87. Country and western singers JD and the Salt Flat 'Kid' decide to leave their township and make the 2,000-mile trip to Nashville and the 'big time'. The aspiring stars find plenty of adventures on the road to
Nashville. But their biggest problem is how to get noticed. With the help of a girlfriend, Marcie, JD devises an ingenious plan to get himself on the Grand Ole Opry House telecast....
Screenplay by FRANK DOBBS and BOB WALSH
Produced by TOMMY AMATO Directed by ALEX GRASSHOFF
(First showing on British television)
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Salt Flat Kid:
Big Bob Buffy:
The Story of Little Rabbit and Big Rabbit
An award-winning animated film from Sweden.
Directed and animated by JOHAN HAGELBACK
What makes a law-abiding community besiege a government minister in a small village for four hours? Who ambushed a milk tanker in a remote Welsh valley and pulled out the plug, and why have farmers' wives been publicly bathing in milk?
'The fact of the matter is that we are the only country in Europe that does not have the political will to safeguard its own agricultural industry'.
The Dyfed Farmers' Action Group explain how the government imposition of milk quotas is devastating the economy of South West Wales, and why some of the farming community are resorting to militant
French-style tactics to get the policy changed.
Made in partnership with the Dyfed Farmers' Action Group.
Cameraman PETER SMITH Editor PAUL ASHTON
Producer GAVIN DUTTON
The Diamond Game
Bill Goldberg is a New York diamond merchant. He buys and sells fabulously expensive stones and gambles on finding the right millionaire at the right time to buy the jewellery.
In a rare glimpse of an intensely secretive world,
Goldberg and other dealers wheel and deal over million-dollar bargains on 47th Street -Manhattan's equivalent of Hatton Garden and known as the richest street in America.
Narrator Hugh Sykes
Produced by JOHN NATHAN for WGBH BOSTON
Executive producer JONATHAN CRANE
Presented by Chris Kelly with food specialist and cook Michael Barry and drinks expert Jill Goolden
Are fish and chip shops going bust because of new tax laws? What distinguishes a genuine Neapolitan pizza from the British take-away version? Why is there an annual song-and-dance whenever the new
Beaujolais hits the shops? These are just some of the stories in this week's blend of the topical, the exotic and the best value in the world of food and drink. Director JILL DAWSON
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
The Mexican border, huge navy ships, raw new recruits, Performing animals, killer whales, exotic locations, tattoo parlours and the Thompson Twins Jonathan King finds all this and more in San Diego.
Research COLIN MARCHANT
Executive producer MICHAEL HURLL Producer GORDON ELSBURY
... of documentary. A series of films portraying issues, institutions and individuals. The Grendon Experiment
It is like no other prison in the world. The inmates, some of the most disruptive in the system, are all volunteers. They call prison officers by their first names, help to keep discipline and can vote to expel fellow prisoners.
This is Grendon in Buckinghamshire, where 260 inmates are made to account for their actions and past crimes, which include murder, arson and rape. The prison officers act as therapists.
In a Lords debate, Grendon was called 'the jewel in the crown' of our penal system. It has also been attacked as a soft option for hardened criminals. New governor
Michael Selby believes it is the hardest way to serve a sentence. This film is the first ever made in Britain's only psychiatric prison.
Film cameraman JOHN HOWARTH Film recordist ROBIN SWAIN Film editor ERIC BROWN
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer HARRY WEISBLOOM
In this week's show the band have been banished to the back of the studio to make more room for special guest John Gary to demonstrate his versatility. As Karen discovers to her cost, he's got more strings to his bow than any other fine singer you've ever listened to.
Vocal backing KAY GARNER SUE GLOVER , SUNNY LESLIE Musical director EDDIE GRAY Choreographer CHRIS POWER Script associate JOHN JUNKIN
Additional material VICKY PILE Costume designer LINDA MARTIN Sound TONY PHILPOT Lighting ERIC WALLIS Designer DEREK EVANS
Produced and directed by DAVE PERROTTET
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. Producers HOWARD ANDERSON
JANA BENNETT , DAVE STANFORD Directors
JOHN WILKINSON , CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE , MIKE ROBINSON Deput editor JOHN MAHONEY Editor DAVID DICKINSON
In the Deep End
Part 1 of a dramatised trilogy about the problems facing Lewis Jones in his first managerial job.