6.30 Maths: The Binomial Theorem
6.55 Science: Into the Earth
9.0 Pages from Ceefax
9.20 Treffpunkt: Deutschland An Ort und Stelle
Ines auf der Post; Ines im
Schuhgeschaft; Volker an der Grenze; Andrea im Kaufhaus.
9.38 Rendez-vous: France
Sur mer et sur terre - Fecamp En fete; en ville; dans Ie temps.
9.55 Descubra Espana Pueblo y capital
10.12 Science Workshop Basic Patterns 'B'
10.34 Scene. If Only
11.5 The History Trail The Silver Buckle by JOAN AIKEN
3: Thoby's time as a servant on the plantation is coming to an end. But his mother suspects cousin Sebastian is plotting to kill him - and that brother Richard is already dead. Certainly, Sebastian is being very secretive about a body in the forest.
Producer ALAN EREIHA
Background to the Gospels 3: The Ministry of Christ Jesus spent much of his childhood and ministry in the countryside. He drew on his experiences to illustrate many of his teachings.
Presenter PETER CONOLLY Producer R. DlLWYN JONES BBC Wales
11.55 Play Tennis
A step-by-step method for beginners.
1: Making Contact
12.20 Inside Women's Magazines
The development of women's magazines from the 17th century to the present day. 1: Taking Shape
For reading list send sae 12" x 9" to [address removed]
12.45 Out of the Undertow
FAY WELDON and RICHARD HOGGART look at how people's lives are affected by the recession.
6: An Awful Lot of Leisure
1.20 Appuntamento in Italia Citta e campagna
Una giomata a Siena; un altro mondo; la grande citta.
1.38 Around Scotland Preserving the Past
1: The Past Around You
ANNA RITCHIE visits the East Neuk of Fife to look at the fishing industry.
Producer GORDON MENZIES
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo and Dibs wonder why fruits have skin. Also featuring young Owen whose uncle plays in a reggae band. Producer RICHARD CALLANAN
2.15 Music Time. 6: Copy Me Two-part singing; a look at some early clarinets; and the cello copies the sound of galloping horses.
2.40 Walrus-What Should I Do? Tich and the Trifles by TONY PARKER
With DAVID GARLICK , FAITH TINGLE, CAROLYN MOODY,
BERNARD GALLAGHER , KENNETH MIDWOOD
ANGELA CLEMENTS , MMOLOKI
CHRYSTIE, CHARLES IMBER and TIMMY MALLET
Producer MORTON SURGUY
This week's science extravaganza with John Craven as chief torturer and Maggie Philbin on the rack. An Olympic marksman lowers his heartbeat before shooting, a champion balloonist builds one in the studio, an aircraft flies like a spinning cricket ball, the audience exits on hover pads.
Studio director STUART MCDONALD Producer LAURIE JOHN
with Pier Angeli
Andrew Larabee is a timid schoolteacher ... Until, that is, he becomes involved with a travelling circus and discovers an unexpected talent as a clown. Kaye gives a characteristically energetic performance as the teacher turned performer in this colourful film which features songs by SAUL CHAPLIN and JOHNNY MERCER. Andrew Larabee DANNY KAYE
Screenplay by ISOBEL LENNARD and 1. A. L . DIAMOND
Produced by SOL C. SIEGEL Directed by MICHAEL KIDD
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Six films about people determined to defend historic buildings against the destructive effects of social change and market forces.
1: Selling Shilstone
A real-life drama played out on Dartmoor during the course of last year.
Rita Webber , a widow, finds herself obliged to put her family farmhouse up for auction. In the following weeks she discovers things about her home which she had never suspected and which bring about a most unexpected outcome to the sale.
Music composed by FRANK EVANS Film cameraman ROBIN RISELEY Film editor LIZ THOYTS Producer COLIN ROSE
Director JENN1 BURROWS BBC Bristol
Television's law and justice programme.
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
Equal Opportunities written by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN starring
Nigel Hawthorne with Derek Fowlds
Designer GARY PRITCHARD Produced and directed by PETER WHITMORE
Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Sir Arnold Robinson:
... of documentary. A series of films portraying issues, institutions and individuals. Whose House is it Anyway? Most people believe their home is their castle. But it isn't. If the Council want it, it's theirs. Billy and George Howard still believe Rose Cottage belongs to them. Barnsley Council knows better. It has placed a compulsory purchase order on the cottage and surrounding land. Legally the Council is the owner.
The bachelor brothers are 65 and 73. They are set in their ways and absolutely refuse to budge. They doggedly refuse to recognise the validity of an Order confirmed by a Secretary of State. Their stance is a symbol of the impossibility of reconciling individual freedom with community needs. For when the bailiffs come, the brothers say they will shoot, rather than give up their birthright. Photography
REX MAIDMENT. DAVID FEIG Film recordist DON LEE
Film editor TONY HEAVEN
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Director DAVID PEARSON
James Garner as Jim Rockford one of television's most popular private eyes.
The Trees, The Bees and T. T. Flowers : part 2
Driven to springing T.T. from the asylum to which he has been forcibly admitted,
Jim finds that T.T. has some last-ditch solutions of his own which will leave the police force more than worried and without many choices....
Written by GORDON DAWSON Directed by JERRY LONDON
T T Flowers:
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Jenni Murray and Ian Smith 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 Deputy editor JOHN MAHONEY Editor DAVID DICKINSON
11.50 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 ...
Pilgrimage in the Hindu Tradition; Technology and Change: Sources of Power
11.55 Development and Learning: Burst and Pauses
Feeding plays a large part in a baby's first relationship.
Psychologists are now hoping to find out more about later social interactions by studying feeding in the first months of life.
An Englishman's home is his castle but, as George and Billy Howard find out, not if the Council wants it back
BBC2, 9.30 pm Forty Minutes