9.15 Job Bank Office Jobs
A Social Security office, an insurance office and an environmental health office. Producer PETER BRATT
9.38 Going to Work
Keeping Your Hands Clean Is a 'clean' job in an office better than a 'dirty' job in a factory?
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL
10.0 You and Me My Wheels
MIKE MAYNARD and some young friends find out about things with wheels and go for a ride on bikes.
10.15 Music Time 9: Rhythms
Performing rhythm patterns in time with the regular beat. The children learn a ring dance and sing the tune which accompanies the dance.
Songs from the Christmas pantomime are sung.
Presenters JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN spEms
With TIM WHITNALL , VICTY SILVA JEFF crampton (electric guitar) DAVE ROSE (bass guitar) WILL HILL (drums)
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
Stalin and the Modemisation of Russia
How Stalin's rise to power affected the Soviet Union in the 1930s.
11.0 Zig Zag
Across the Sea
The presenter travels from
Liverpool to the Isle of Man to find out how a modern ship copes with the problems of navigation.
11.23 Thinkabout Clothes Line
Frank decides to knit a football scarf for Sally, but he's got the colours wrong. A new song, 'Put on your t-shirt', a Greek wedding, Leroy and Lenny, and an investigation into how clothes wear out. with JIM DUNK as Frank and VICKY licorish as Sally Producer GODFREY JOHNSON
11.42 General Studies Panorama Special
1: Tobacco, the Habit the Government Won't Break
Smoking is the single most preventable cause of death and disease in the UK. But the revenue from tobacco sales provides the Treasury with about E4,000 million a year. (Repeat. Part 2 next Monday)
12.10 16 Up
Too Young to Vote?
Is there any point in getting involved in politics before you are old enough to vote? A sceptical 16 Up group meets three young activists.
12.35 On the Rocks 9: After the Ice
How the landscape of today has been affected by the action of ice in the last glaciation.
1.0 Wheels of Fire 9: All in the Family Entrepreneurs and sub-contractors.
1.30 Pages from Ceefax
1.38 Scotland this Century 9: Working for a Living
Archive film showing aspects of Scotland's industrial history from 1912 to 1938.
Narrator ALEC HEGGIE
Film editor PHYLLIS IRONSIDE Producer ROBERT CLARK
2.0 Words and Pictures The Winter Bear
Three young children on a country walk find a brown knitted bear abandoned in a hedgerow. In the middle of winter, a bear with nothing to wear definitely needs looking after.
Presenter VICKY IRELAND
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
2.18 The History Trail The Law of the Land
The villagers' rights to the common land are challenged. How will Tom Harton 's family survive the new Enclosure Acts?
Producer ALAN EREIRA
2.40-3.0 The Music Arcade 9: Pantomime Preparation The children design their scenery and costumes, and rehearse their songs and percussion music.
Japan and the Legacy of the Samurai
Narrated by Julian Pettifer
5: The World in a Bowl of Tea In the 14th century the recently imported fashion of tea drinking offered an excuse for exuberant parties, but by 1600 it had developed into a semi-religious ritual, performed in an atmosphere of refined simplicity. In the tea room, the 'Abode of Fancy', emphasis was placed on irregularity and incompleteness, the avoidance of decoration and, above all, harmony with nature. Within such surroundings, it was believed, there could be harmony among men.
Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL
Produced by MICHAEL MACINTYRE
At 1.54 pm on 21 November 1783 two courageous
Frenchmen became the first human beings to fly. They rose silently above the rooftops of Paris in a richly decorated paper balloon. Their name - Montgolfier. Their achievement astonished the world. Now anything seemed possible. Last year the French launched replicas of the balloons that made history in 1783 -and played host to balloonists from all over the world who came to celebrate 200 years of flight.
Written and narrated by Brian Thompson Music DON PERCIVAL
Film editor MICHAEL CASEY
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
Where there's Jim, there's brass! Lots of it in the shape of his tuba, trombone and a brass band.
In what he describes as 'a mish-mash of music and memories', he recalls his schooldays, his undergraduate days, wartime service, his big break in the popular radio show Take It From Here, and his many successes on stage and television.
Recorded at the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne, featuring the Aldershot Brass Ensemble and the British All Stars Trad Band Sound BARRIE HAWES
Producer DON SAYER
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The south's brightest family entertainment show presents the grand opening night of Britain's newest television service.... IOW TV. With Lil in the studio and Chris Harris and the pink caravan on location, the islanders become the stars of their own televison station.
Reports from a hang gliding school and a holiday camp; amazing scenes as the mothers of Totland catch football fever; flying feathers as Dennis the talking parrot takes on the trippers on Sandown beach; and animal magic at a Newport school. Film editor STEVE HOLDSWORTH Producer PATRICK TAGGART
with Humphrey Bogart Two years after their first meeting Sally Morton marries
Geoffrey Carroll , a widowed American artist living in England. Their marriage seems perfect but then
Geoffrey paints a portrait of her as the Angel of Death and Sally becomes mysteriously ill. The events bear a sinister resemblance to the demise of the first Mrs Carroll. ...
Barbara Stanwyck , one of Hollywood's most enduring stars, plays the terrorised wife in this suspense-filled film.
Screenplay by THOMAS JOB from the stage play by MARTIN VALE Produced by MARK HELLINGER Directed by PETER GODFREY
Esther Williams in Jupiter's Darling
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Chinese noodles come in a variety of shapes and sizes and in today's programme Ken Hom gives a guide to the most common types. He shows how to make delicious stir-fried rice noodles with vegetables, and in Hong Kong a young chef demonstrates the spectacular art of noodle-making. Ken also makes an ideal winter dish, fragrant Peking braised lamb and a quick and easy vegetable, lettuce with oyster sauce.
Ken Hom recipe on Ceefax page 191
by PETER SPENCE starring
Designer ian RAWNSLEY
Producer GARETH GWENLAN
Sir William Willoughby:
written by PETER J. HAMMOND starring
Lorraine Chase and Brian Murphy
5: Drake and his companions find that their peaceful way of life is threatened by a visit from a near neighbour, the glamorous and unpredictable Mrs Kelly.
Designer NIGEL CURZON
Produced and directed by JOHN B. HOBBS
Starring Robbie Coltrane, John Sessions, Ron Bain and Louise Gold.
Freaky guy seeks groovy chick, into poetry, green beans, Edison Lighthouse, for friendship, conversation and darts. With view to becoming contestants on Mr and Mrs. No time-wasters please.
Sincere replies only,
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Will it ever be possible to repair our brains? So far this has proved impossible, but new research is causing brain scientists to feel that at last progress is beginning to be made.
In Sweden, two patients suffering from Parkinson's disease have had cells from their own adrenal glands transplanted into their brains - and more transplant operations are to follow. In animals, living tissue has been successfully transplanted into their brains to treat failing memory. "Horizon" reports on the latest research which one day might lead to the solution of one of the greatest challenges in medical science.
A mug-shot, a document, a frozen moment, a work of art? What is a photograph?
In reply John Berger , art critic, essayist and prize-winning novelist, reads a selection of photographs together with photo-journalist Eve Arnold and Dr Mike Weaver.
Assistant producer SAMIRA OSMAN Director TONY TYLEY Producer CHRIS MOHR
Presented by Lilly Lembo Lambert and Enrico Verdecchia 6: A che ora parte ...?
Film director SUSANNA CAPON