9.30 Science Topics The Periodic Table
The patterns of chemical behaviour.
9.52 Look and Read Fair Ground! 4: In the Dark
10.15 Mathscore One Mirror Image
ELAINE DONNELLY and ROGER SLOMAN come face to face with - themselves?
10.38 Communicate! Advertising
Some of the techniques used by advertisers to get their message across.
Producer BRUCE JAMSON
11.0 English 11-13 2: 'Speech!'
Saying and writing the right thing.
11.22 Geography Casebook: Britain
New Town Stevenage
Britain's first post-war new town revisited.
11.44 Going to Work
Helping the Unemployed
Young people leaving school may find themselves unemployed, but there's lots of help on hand.
12.5 Making the Most of the Micro
Ten programmes showing what micros can do and how to use them.
4: Introducing Graphics BBC book and software pack, £12.95 from booksellers. Notes £1.30 from [address removed], chequejPO payable to BSS. Enclose a 12" x 9" sae with 22p postage.
12.30 Sorry Mate, I Didn't See You
Seven programmes for the young motorcyclist.
4: Beginning of Part 1 Book, El.50 from booksellers
12.55 You Can't See the Wood ...
With DAVID BELLAMY , Who examines the diversity, uses and conservation of trees in the UK.
4: Hearts of Oak
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1.20 Thinking in Action
How thinking skills can be applied in business and organisational situations. 4: Crises, Problems,
Opportunities Book, £3.75 from booksellers
1.38 Around Scotland Home and Abroad 1: At Home
Ties by BARRY PURCHESE
Two sisters have different attitudes to boys, marriage and life. A trip to Brighton causes each to think again. With TAMMi JACOBS ,
GILLIAN TALYFORTH , JACQUELINE CLARKE GORDON SALKILLD , RAY BURDIS
JULIAN JONES , SEAN CHAPMAN
ANDREW ASHBY , BILLY FELLOWS Producer ROGER TONGE
2.30 English File Media Studies
The Front Page
Story HENRY KELLY examines the way a story hits the headlines in the dailies and discusses the national press with a group of young people from a London school. MIKE MOLLOY , editor of the Daily Mirror, puts the journalistic angle.
Producer JUDITH MILES
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DOUGIE DONNELLY introduces live coverage from the last quarter-final match being played this afternoon.
with subtitles, followed by Weather
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- - - On the road!
This month's programme comes live from the British Telecom Research Laboratory at Martlesham Heath, near Ipswich.
Ian McNaught-Davis looks at some of the latest developments in telecommunications, and talks to John Alvey ,
Chairman of the Alvey Committee and Engineer-in-Chief for BT. American reporter Freff
Joins in from New York on a new 'teleconference' system, and he has the latest micro news from America.
And Lesley Judd and John Coll report from the recent Which? Computer show in Birmingham.
"oducer PATRICK TITLEY wries producer DAVID ALLEN
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as Sergeant Bilko The Twitch
Colonel Hall is convinced that a good dose of culture will halve the gambling on his post. Bilko, knowing otherwise, hits on a brilliant scheme - which leaves the Colonel vowing never to try anything like it again! Produced by NAT HIKEN
Directed by AL DE CAPRIO
This week's guest presenter live from the Oxford Road studios is Stuart Adamson. Timmy Mallett hosts the Megaquiz and Janice Long 's band to watch is Japanese Duo Frank Chickens. Live music from Joan Armatrading and Big
Country; plus the phone-in quiz, film features, horoscopes, and special guests Tommy Docherty and Charlie Nicholas dropping in.
Researchers CHRIS SALT and CHRISTINE LUNT
Producer BILL HAMILTON
Presented by Tony Soper with Brian Leith
A weekly look at wildlife and the issues affecting the living world.
A Dog's Life: a dog may be man's best friend, but for some -bred to ridiculous yet fashionable extremes - we must be their worst enemy. French Birds: the pleasures of a winter weekend in France -looking for birds. The Gorilla Trade: wild gorillas are fully protected by law. So how has a Dutch zoo sudddenly acquired seven young gorillas? Producer ROBIN HELLIER Editor ANDREW NEAL BBC Bristol
Shades of Spring from Abbotsbury Gardens, Dorset
With a wide range of azaleas, tree rhododendrons, rare and exotic shrubs,
Abbotsbury garden provides a magnificent display of early spring colour.
Being protected by the Chesil bank on one side and Abbotsbury Hill on the other, these sheltered gardens give the impression of being in a mysterious sub-tropical jungle. Roy Lancaster and Graham Rose talk to curator John Kelly and discuss its history and treasures.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON
Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE
It's February. It's drizzling. Charlie Coleridge is divorced, unemployed and homeless. He has enough painkillers to leave a heartless and uncaring world behind. But first - he has to tie his cravat....
Fairly amusing (DAILY TELEGRAPH) starring Victoria Wood with Julie Walters Celia Imrie
Duncan Preston Susie Blake and ROSIE COLLINS
KENNY IRELAND also
DENIS LAWSON ,
MAUREEN LIPMAN ,GEORGIA ALLEN , TRACEY CHILDS ,
FELICITY MONTAGUE , BARBARA MILLER , ZARA NUTLEY
Written by VICTORIA WOOD
Musical director DAVID FIRMAN Film cameraman JOHN BAKER
Film recordist ANTHONY WORNUM Sound LAURIE TAYLOR
Designed by RICHARD MORRIS Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
4: Return to Paradise
The electronic media are rapidly shrinking the vast distances of the Pacific and making human isolation a thing of the past. Satellite television and video cassettes have reached the remotest Pacific island, but they are a mixed blessing.
Films and videos are usually packaged in Los Angeles,
Tokyo, or London and they are often aggressively commercial. To island leaders they are 'electronic imperialism', to the Chinese 'spiritual pollution'.
There is a danger that the people of the Pacific will imitate what they see on TV and abandon their own traditional way of doing things, but today there is cause for optimism. The
Japanese have shown that foreign ideas may be imported without losing national identity and others are determined to follow their lead.
Throughout the islands of the South Pacific, the people are rallying to the defence of their language and culture. Narrated by Peter France Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL Produced and directed by MICHAEL MACINTYRE
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Highlights from tonight's first semi-final and news of the other matches played today at the Coatbridge Indoor Bowling Club. Commentators
DAVID RHYS JONES,
DAVID BRYANT and JIMMY DAVIDSON Assistant producers MIKE ABBOTT JOHN GRAHAM and ALLAN PENDER Producer BILL MALCOLM BBC Scotland
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick and Jenni Murray and Ian Smith present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.
The Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship More highlights from tonight's matches.
Herbert Lorn Heather Sears The tragic and frightening tale of the mad, disfigured musician who terrorises a London opera house.
Screenplay by JOHN ELDER Based on the story by GASTON LEROUX
Directed by TERENCE FISHER Produced by ANTHONY HINDS
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