6.55 Biology, Brain and Behaviour
7.20 Weekend Outlook
9.30 Science Topics Food and Population
9.52 Look and Read Fair Ground!
5: Come to the Fair
10.15 Mathscore Two Number Growing
A poinsettia plant relates to a 'golden' rectangle, thanks to Fibonacci sequences.
Presented by ELAINE DONNELLY and ROGER SLOMAN
Director DEREK LONGHURST Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.38 Exploring Science Living Underwater
The millions of living things which inhabit four-fifths of the world.
11.0 Look, Look and Look Again
Colourful flowers and tiny butterflies make good subjects for detailed drawing and painting.
11.22 Geography 11-13 River Landscape
BERNARD CLARK investigates the many different landscapes of the River Tees, from wild moorland to heavy industry.
11.44 Going to Work Extra Qualifications
12.5 Making the Most of the Micro
Ten programmes showing what micros can do and how to use them.
5: Keeping a Record
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12.30 Sorry Mate, I Didn't See You
Seven programmes for the young motorcyclist. 5: Round the Bend With NEIL WALKER
12.55 You Can't See the Wood....
With DAVID BELLAMY , who examines the diversity, uses and conservation of trees in the UK.
5: The Foresters
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1.20 Thinking in Action
How thinking skills can be applied in business and organisational situations.
5: Decision, Choice, Evaluation
1.38 Around Scotland Home and Abroad
2: In the Community
Wolf whistles, name calling, insults, unwelcome suggestions, pressure....
A group of teenage girls relate their experiences and discuss their views, and look at some of the ways in which people are taking action against I sexual harassment.
„ Producer JILL SHEPPARD l Series producer ROGER TONGE >
2.30 English File Media Studies
A group of south London CSE pupils find there's more to picture-making than meets the eye: they explore narrative and mood-creation techniques in film-making through devising, shooting and editing their own film story.
Producer JUDITH miles
3.0 Pages from Ceefax
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The Fire and the Faith
In the early hours of 9 July last year a fierce fire took hold in the roof of the south transept of York Minster.
Although the great cathedral was saved from total destruction, the damage was immense. But that same morning clergy, officials and craftsmen started work amid the wreckage.... their faith in the Minster's complete restoration never in doubt. Picture editor EDWARD CROOT Producer JOHN IRWIN
An unpublished writer claims to have seen a flying saucer. No one will believe him except David Vincent and together they manage to take possession of the alien spaceship.
Written oy DAN ULLMAN Directed by JESSE HIBBS
[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko
Bivouac is the time of the Year when soldiers are out in the wilds -cold, tired and hungry. But it is also the time when Sergeant Bilko is warm and comfortable in the sick-bay with a rare, but not too serious, disease.
This week Tom Robinson takes over the guest presenting job to introduce live music, film features, and a couple of guests of his choice.
Pete Wiley reports from the streets of his home town Liverpool, while
Timmy Mallett hosts the Megaquiz. Janice Long 's band to watch is QAX. Up-to-date info on all that's in this week's show can be heard on her
Radio 1 programme, Monday to Thursday, 7.30 pm. Assistant producers
JONATHAN BULLEN , STEVE SMITH Production PETER HAMILTON BBC Manchester
A weekly look at wildlife with Tony Soper and Brian Leith Cliffhanger: gannets use discarded fishing-lines to build up their nests, but this can cause death to fledglings. Now coastguards are coming to the rescue.
Killing the Cat: over 90 per cent of the skins supplying the fur trade come from ranched animals. But every year, more than 100,000 wild animals are also killed to satisfy demand. Laws have come late to protect rare animals, particularly the cats, and are difficult to enforce. Will fashions change in time to save them? Producer ROBIN HELLIER Editor ANDREW NEAL BBC Bristol
with Geoff Hamilton in Auckland
Carving a garden out of the bush is a challenging task. Hugh and Mary Redgrove came out from Kent nearly 40 years ago and did just that, creating a magic oasis for plants from all over the world. Hugh Redgrove thinks that many of them, especially native New
Zealand species, will grow well in the United Kingdom. Production assistant
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
An OB from Television New Zealand Plant list on Ceefax page 261
with John Pitman
Eight films which go behind the scenes of places which are part of the British way of life.
1: The Hospital for Sick Children
The motto of GOSH-London's Great Ormond Street Hospital -is 'Children First and Always'.
Nearly all the children referred here are seriously ill. There is an underlying feeling of tension, but overall it's a happy place. A place for hope. Sunjeev is recovering from an operation. He thinks it's his 19th. Claire, who is 11, has just had a blockage removed. 'Now I'll be able to grow,' she says. 'It'll cost my mum a lot of money in new clothes.'
Upstairs there's a party for Andrew who is one today; downstairs there's a party for Princess Michael of Kent who is opening a new ward this afternoon. As night draws in, the children are tucked up. Mothers sit with them until they fall asleep. Doctors start to go home.
'But you can't just disappear and forget,' says consultant surgeon Edward Kiely. 'At least, I can't.'
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Film editor DAVID LEE
Series producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF Director ANNE WEBBER
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Princess Michael Of
6: For Richer, For Poorer In the South Pacific kingdom of Tonga, the daughter of a baron is to marry a prince, and villagers converge on the palace with gifts of tapa cloth and dancing. In Papua New Guinea, highland warriors daub their bodies with pig's fat and dress themselves in the finery of the jungle for an important stage in a wedding which will last six months. In Tokyo, a bride's father pays E30,000 for gifts for his guests at a wedding breakfast, though the cake is made of plastic.
In each case it is an arranged marriage, and the young couple are caught up in the ritual exchange of goods and money over which they themselves have little control. Narrated by Peter France
Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL Produced and directed by MICHAEL MACINTYRE
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Jenni Murray and Ian Smith
The first of a two-part screen adaptation of BROOKE HAYWARD 'S best-selling memoirs
'My mother was a star, Margaret Sullavan , a shining idol of her generation. My father was
Leland Hayward , a producer, agent, a rich, glamorous legend himself. They were happily married for ten years, had three children in even succession.... This is a story of carelessness and guilt; of people who have lived at extremes. My parents failed as they succeeded - on a massive scale. They left behind them a legacy, vested on their children, that only two of us survived.'
Screenplay by IVAN DAVIS and FRANK PIERSON
Produced by WILLIAM HAYWARD Directed by MICHAEL TUCHNER
(Part 2 will be shown next Friday)