6.30 Maths: Trigonometric Formulas
6.55 Science: Rocks and Magnets
9.20 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Everyday life and language of German teenagers. 2: Schule
Andrea auf dem Schulweg; Elke und Holger als
Klassensprecher; Susan in den Arbeitsgruppen.
9.38 Rendez-vous: France
A language resource series 2: Par les rues, par les champs - Poitiers
Au centre-ville; au village; a la campagne.
9.55 Descubra Espana Vistas de provincia
10.12 Science Workshop Water 'A'
Death in the Family
11.5 Near and Far Earth in Action
Why and where do earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur? What do they reveal about the earth's structure?
Producer ROBIN GWYN
11.30 Home Ground Made in Wales
4: Boats, Bikes and Bobbins Manufacture is organised in all sizes. VERA DING compares a single craftsman making specialist racing bikes by hand, with the mass production methods of a larger factory. She also looks at a family business and a nation-wide operation. Producer DEREK TRIMBY BBC Wales
11.55 Play Tennis
Five programmes with a step-by-step method for beginners.
2: Following it Through
Book, L3.60 from booksellers
Inside Women's Magazines
The development of women's magazines from the 17th century to the present day.
2: Follow My Leader Reading list on receipt of sae 12" x 9" from [address removed]
12.45 Pages from Ceefax
12.55 Micros in Schools
The Blackthorn Experience
New technology may come to schools, whether they are ready or not. The first of four programmes looks at how a Northampton middle school coped when micro-electronics arrived.
Producer JOHN JAWORSKI
1.20 Appuntamento in Italia Un paese a lavoro
I pescatori de Cetara; n nord industriale; Corrente viva.
1.38 Around Scotland Preserving the Past 2: Auchindrain
Life in a highland village 100 years ago.
Presenter ANNA RITCHIE Producer GORDON MENZIES
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Cosmo and Dibs try to predict the outcome of their games and sing the song '
Michael Finnigan '. There's a visit to an ice-lolly factory and revision of the word 'ice-cream'.
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN
The Fourth You and Me Book, £2.75 from booksellers
2.15 Music Time 7: Harmony
Communicate! Inside Radio NOEL EDMONDS , DAVID SELF and MICHELLE MORRIS reveal some of the techniques they use in making programmes.
with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Michael Sundin
The Lamberts of Croydon
One hundred and sixty years ago, two boys and a small girl riding on a donkey were painted by the famous artist John Constable.
'They are very well-behaved and amiable children, and the donkey is a fine, rough, good-natured animal' he wrote to his wife.
Today may be your last chance to see this painting - when this great family treasure is auctioned at Sotheby's next week, it could well leave the country forever.
Assistant editor LEWIS BRONZE Editor BIDDY BAXTER
BBC video, Blue Peter Makes. BBCV/BBCB 9007 from retailers.
Blue Peter: 21st Book, Â£2.75 from booksellers.
John Craven and Maggie Philbin present a fast-moving show that won't blind you with science, but will open your eyes.
Take a girl, cut her hair, change her make-up and give her a squint, all by electronics. Visit a Dartmoor couple who make strange faces! See through smoke to a fabulous lady fire-eater! Escape from a burning house unscathed....
Assistant producer CHARLES HUFF Producer LAURIE JOHN
with Howard Keel
One of Doris Day's liveliest and most vivacious films, in which she plays
Calamity Jane, a tough lady with Indians or anyone else who gets in her way. When she promises to deliver a famous singing star to the Deadwood City saloon, she finds herself outgunned.
Screenplay by JAMES O'HANLON Produced by WILLIAM JACOBS Directed by DAVID BUTLER
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Wild Bill Hickok:
No one in their right minds would want to be a gorilla in a zoo, but Anne Wivel 's award-winning study of those unfortunates is as much a commentary on us as on them.
Directed by ANNE wtvel
A Nordisk Film production
Six films about people determined to defend historic buildings against the destructive effects of social change and market forces.
Huguenots, Jews, Irish,
Maltese, Bengalis -for 250 years the streets of Spitalfields, next door to the City of London, have
Provided a haven for a succession of refugee and immigrant communities.
Intense overcrowding gave the district a reputation as one of the worst slums in the East End, and its splendid Georgian houses succumbed to decay.
The latest wave of incomers are artists, historians, architects - enthusiasts bent on transforming the derelict houses into highly desirable residences.
'The houses of Spitalfields are a collection of atmospheres like shipwrecks; it is very eerie sometimes but that is what makes them so special. This is a land for the peculiar and we are not going to offend anybody by being ourselves.'
RICHARD GANNICLIFFT Film editor Liz THOYTS
Series producer COUN ROSE Producer MARGARET BENTON BBC Bristol
Television's law and justice
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
The Challenge written by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN starring Paul Eddington Nigel Hawthorne and Derek Fowlds and LUDOVIC KENNEDY Designer
ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY Produced and directed by PETER WHITMORE
Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Sir Arnold Robinson:
The Eternal Triangle
A documentary trilogy that examines a central sexual dilemma from the viewpoint of the mistress, the wife and the husband. The Mistress
Three mistresses talk frankly, ruefully and often wittily about their long-term liaisons with married men. The first openly shares her man with his legal wife. The life of the second is a lonely vigil redeemed only by rare and brief encounters. The third was pampered until she became pregnant, after which she became less a mistress and more the mother of a secret family.
The second showing of this film illustrates the first angle of the eternal triangle - the loneliness, secrecy, betrayal and abandonment that often go hand in hand with being a mistress. In the following two weeks it will be the wife and the husband who talk candidly about their love lives.
Film editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer ROBYN WALLIS
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at the Royal Festival Hall, London
Cole Porter, Lionel Ritchie ,
Willie Nelson - composers of just some of the songs performed in an exciting , concert by the man Frank Sinatra once described as having 'the best pipes in the business'. with the NORTHERN DANCE ORCHESTRA Vic Damone 's musical director NORMAN GELLER
Engineering manager PETER WEBB Sound BARRIE HAWES
Lighting JOHN WIGGINS Producer SIMON BETTS
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:
Adult Education: Learning in Groups and The Fall and Rise of the Small Baker
11.55 Gambling on Science
What is the link between loaded dice, a private detective and probability theory? This specially-written drama explains.
12.20 Engineering: Linkage Mechanisms
The oil-pumping rig known as the 'Nodding Donkey' is an example of a linkage mechanism. No matter how complicated, all such mechanisms can be reduced to two basic types.