6.30 Science for Technology: Density and Viscosity
6.55 Education: Can You Hear Me?
9.15 Higher Education 4: Universities:
UCCA and After
If you're applying to a university, what should you offer apart from the right
A-levels? How do universities help the first-year undergraduate to survive? Narrator DAVID HARGREAVES Producer JOHN CHAPPLE
9.38 Going to Work: Life and Social Skills
Working it Out by BILL LYONS 4: Out of Work Eddie has to go to the Social Security office, and Steve has the chance of a job abroad.
10.0 You and Me
Cosmo is jealous of the attention Dibs gets from Mr B. Learn the countdown from six to zero.
10.15 Music Time 9: Hary Janos (2)
More of the story of Hary Janos , with music by the Hungarian composer KODALY. Presented by JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS
With the LEICESTERSHIRE SCHOOLS
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conductor STUART JOHNSON Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
10.38 Twentieth-Century History
India - the Brightest Jewel
Events in India from the 1930s to Independence and Partition in 1947. 11.0 Zig Zag. Roads Horse and Motor
PHILIP BIRD and MADELINE WYNNE find out about bicycles and cars. They meet the famous cyclist Daisy Bell and an Edwardian automobilist. *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
11.23 Des Ie debut Face-to-face French
4: Saying You 're Sorry; Likes and Dislikes; Preference.
Producer JOHN PRESCOTT THOMAS
11.42 General Studies
Biography: Fragments of the Truth
How close to the truth about a person's life can a biographer get? Is it easier to write about a subject who is still alive? Producer BRUCE JAMSON
12.10 pm Lifegames 5: Working Models
STEVE BLACKNELL takes a close look at the way you look. How does being in work or out of work affect your appearance?
And if you want to experiment with your image, where do you go for help?
Producer TONY MATTHEWS Director STEPHEN MOSS
12.40 Plants in Action
The science behind gardening
9: To Spray or Not to Spray?
1.5 Modern Art and Modernism Pissarro
CAMILLE PISSARRO 'S increasing commitment to left-wing political ideas in the 1880s made him rethink his approach to being an Impressionist landscape painter. T. J. CLARKE discusses the attempts Pissarro made to square his beliefs with his art. Producer NICK LEVINSON
A BBC/OU PRODUCTION
1.38 Scotland this Century 9: Working for a Living
Archive film showing aspects of Scotland's industrial history from 1912 to 1938.
Producer ROBERT CLARK
2.0 Words and Pictures Monsters
In today's story by DAVID MCKEE , no one pays much attention to Bernard, not even when he announces that there is a monster in the garden. Presenter VICKY IRELAND
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
2.18 The History Trail Mill Hands
The cotton factories of the Industrial Revolution were based on child labour. What was the life of a 10-year-old factory worker like 200 years ago?
Producer ALAN EREIRA
2.40 The Music Arcade 9: Music and Dance (2)
The London Festival Ballet rehearses and performs a dance called 'hoe-down'.
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Home for the Humber Lifeboat crew, as it has been for 150 years, is Spurn Point. At the tip of the point, past the lighthouse, at the end of a four-mile road, stand the houses of the lifeboat crew.
Spurn's position makes it especially vulnerable to the winds and tides of the North Sea. Five times in its history it has been washed away. Written and narrated by Brian Thompson.
Written and narrated by:
also starring Paul Henreid Walter Slezak
Caribbean abounds with buccaneers, among them a former Dutch merchant captain out to seek revenge on the Spanish colonial authorities. In one of the most famous of Hollywood's romantic adventures, Paul Henreid outwits the dastardly Walter Slezak to win the heart of Maureen O'Hara in an exciting tale of piracy on the high seas.
Screenplay by GEORGE WORTHING YATES and HERMAN J. MANKIEWlCZ
From a story by AENEAS MACKENZIE Produced and directed by FRANK BORZAGE
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Laurent Van Horn:
Santa Madri captain:
with Geoffrey Smith Primulas
From the delicate native primroses to the magnificent Asiatic primulas, this is a group of plants well worth growing. Geoffrey Smith shows how to sow your own seed which has the added excitement that you might produce a new variety. Film editor PETER RINGSTED
Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS (Hpt)
Madhur Jaffrey shows how to achieve the authentic subtle taste of this delicate lamb dish, and prepares cauliflower with potatoes.
Assistant producer JENNY STEVENS Producer JENNY ROGERS
What do a 'kissogram' girl, a trainee Royal Naval Officer, a woman engineer, two PhD chemists and a Sikh student of homoeopathy have in common? Answer: seven years ago, as teenagers doing O-levels in science, they were all filmed by "Horizon" as they travelled round Britain to explore possible future careers.
Now "Horizon" has retraced these six very different people and filmed them again to see whether their hopes of a career in science have been realised. How have their ideas and impressions changed since 1978 - and what have been the biggest influences on their lives and work now they have come of age?
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Meet 'merry bigot' Mason Boyne, Ted 'it's topical' Todgers, The Master of Dundreich, Dickie Fish and Terry Chips and countless others in the sequel to the prequel of the preface to the epilogue.
Starring Robbie Coltrane, John Sessions, Ron Bain and Louise Gold.
Another chance to see all 12 of The Young Ones, of which this is the first.
Be there, or be square! starring
Ade Edmondson Rik Mayall
Christopher Ryan with Nine Below Zero and PAUL BRADLEY
CHRIS ELLIS , BEN ELTON
GERARD KELLY , HILARY MASON PAULINE MELVILLE HERBERT NORVILLE CYRIL SHAPS
ANTHONY SHARP, MAGGIE STEED ANDY DE LA TOUR Written by BEN ELTON
RIK MAYALL , USE MAYER
Additional material ALEXEI SAYLE Music PETER BREWIS
Designer GRAEME STORY
Producer PAUL JACKSON
Ade Edmondson picks his favourite records in Off the Record. Tuesday BBC2, 6.50 pm
the Balowski Family:
How Glorious is the Garden? Tonight Arena and Newsnight join forces to mount a major studio debate between the embattled factions of the arts world. 'The Glory of the Garden' was the Arts Council's blueprint for a redistribution of its grants favouring regional centres over
London. Now a head-long battle has developed between those administering funds and those who are the beneficiaries.... or the losers. The National Theatre has threatened 100 redundancies, and the Cottesloe could go dark in April. The English National Opera sees its programme in jeopardy. The Council's Literature
Department narrowly escaped the axe, and half of the drama panel have resigned. In this atmosphere of open warfare, how can the garden grow? Will judicial pruning turn into total devastation? Has the Arts Council, in the words of its critics, 'betrayed the arts and lent itself to party politics' or have just and sensible policies become the target for partisan hysteria? Tonight the council confronts its critics. Introduced by John Tusa and Joan Bakewell.
A season of recent animated films to mark the International Year of Animation. Tonight, from
China, Snipe-Clam Grapple illustrating an old Chinese proverb which says that conflict between two parties brings benefits for a third.
Directed by HU JINQUING. Produced by mE SHANGHAI ANIMATION FILM STUDIO
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