Science: The Planet Earth
9.20 Encounter: Germany 4: At Work
9.38 Encounter: France
4: School, Work, Family
9.55 Encounter: Spain School, Work, Family
10.12 Science Workshop Fish 'B'
Ties by BARRY PURCHESE
(Repeat. For details see tomorrow 2.0)
11.5 The History Trail The Silver Buckle by JOAN AIKEN
2: Thoby and his mother have arrived in Virginia - and life on the plantation comes as quite a shock.
Producer ALAN EREIRA
Background to the Gospels 2: The Childhood of Christ
Everyone knows the story of the birth of Jesus. But - what sort of child was he? Where did he live? What did he do as a child? What did he look like? Presenter PETER CONNOLLY Producer R. DILWYN JONES BBC Wales
11.55 Better Badminton With JAKE DOWNEY
Basics for beginners and film items about the past, present and future of the game. 4: Level Doubles
Book, The Badminton Story, £6.75 hardback, E4.50 paperback from booksellers
12.20 Visions of Change Six programmes about newsreels and television in the 1950s.
4: Have They Really Changed?
12.45 Out of the Undertow FAY WELDON and RICHARD HOGGART look at how people's lives are affected by the economic recession.
4: Class of 84 1.20 Encounter: Italy A Start in Life?
Some young Italians' prospects: school days in a fishing village; life and child labour in old Naples; the impact of tourism in the south.
1.38 Around Scotland Home and Abroad 1: At Home
Pakistani children, now growing up in Glasgow, show how much of their home life is influenced by customs and traditions brought here from Pakistan by their parents and grandparents.
Producer MARIANNE BA1RD
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Harry thinks the music is too loud, Liz does not; how can Cosmo and Dibs keep them both happy? Transport song: 'Wheels on tracks', a visit to the Ffestiniog railway. Book: Hena Finds a Friend. Presenters LIZ SMITH and HARRY TOWB
Film director JUDITH MILES
2.15 Music Time 4: ABA
The gnome is out playing his flute, so it looks as if the quiz may be cancelled!
2.40 Walrus - What Should I Do?
Alice and the Axolotls by TONY PARKER
Alice's home seems to be very nice.
With TIMMY MALLETT
ANGELA CLEMENTS , TONY CAUNTER ELIZABETH PROUD, SIMONE FRANCIS
CHARLES IMBER , DAVID GARLICK
MMOLOKI CHRYSTIE , PIPPA SPARKES
Producer MORTON SURGUY
The Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship
Live coverage from the first quarter-final.
Commentators: DOUGIE DONNELLY
, DAVID RHYS JONES
from Bormio, Italy
The Men's Giant Slalom
Today's two-run event could be the closest of the championships but Switzerland has high hopes of dominating the medals. Commentator DAVID VINE Television presentation by the Italian TV Service
Producer JIM RESIDE
The last in the series in which teenagers in London were linked up by satellite with young people in New York and Moscow, and via Eurovision with teenagers from throughout the Common Market.
Today in a follow-up studio discussion introduced by Mike Smith , young people from these places, who are now living here, meet British teenagers who took part in the earlier programmes.
Designer CHRIS EDWARDS Assistant producers
BEA BALLARD. STEVE HAGGARD Director PATRICK HARPUR Producer ERIC ROWAN
The Minx and the Slug
Lured by the promise of the beautiful Hai-Ming's hand in marriage Pigsy sets out to rescue her from a fate worse than death - and encounters a slug monster slaving over the washing.
English adaptation by DAVID WEm English version directed by MICHAEL BAKEWELL for WORLD
WIDE SOUND LONDON. Produced by NTV and KOKUSAI HOEI
Billy Wilder 's comic movie established
Marilyn in her role as a 'sex symbol' and as a major star. She displays her genius for comedy as 'the girl' who moves into the apartment above a middle-aged executive who is enjoying a New York summer free of his wife and kids. Marilyn innocently becomes the object of Richard's sexual fantasies and his apparent marital itch.
Screenplay by BILLY WILDER and GEORGE AXELROD Based on the play by GEORGE AXELROD
Produced by CHARLES K. FELDMAN AND BILLY WILDER
Directed by BILLY WILDER
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David Jessel and Sue Cook throw light on the dark alleyways of crime and the crooks, justice and the judges, the laws and their flaws. With Ed Boyle reporting from the mean streets themselves.
Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer HUGH PURCELL Editor PETER CHAFER
by CARLA LANE starring and Designer
MARJORIE PRATT Produced and directed by GARETH GWENLAN
Roaring through the streets in dirty denims and leather, 'The Outcasts' present to the respectable folk of East Anglia a menacing appearance. For theirs is an alternative world of wild parties, arrest and sudden death. This documentary film is a portrait of a group most people would cross the street to avoid. Theirs is a life which borders on the edge of society and the law, but one governed by strict rules, customs and traditions. There are two faces to 'The Outcasts'. One exists in the pounding of heavy metal rock music and the exhaust fumes of powerful customised motorbikes, the other lies in the day-to-day grind, where even Outcasts have livings to earn, children to feed and bills to pay.
Film cameraman JOHN HOWARTH Film recordist MORTON HARDAKER Film editor JANE VAL BAKER
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer ANDY MURROW
The Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship
DOUGIE DONNELLY introduces action from the second quarter-final match played tonight at the Coatbridge Indoor Bowling Club.
DOUGIE DONNELLY with highlights from today's matches
12.5 Weekend Outlook helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open University on Saturday and Sunday. This week's selection includes:
The Age of Oceanography and Mechanisation of Textile Spinning
12.10 Development and Learning-Drawings Children's drawings raise important questions for psychologists: they can be examined for the operation of rules and evidence of developmental progression.