6.30 Maths: Tutor-marked Assignments
6.55 Science: Spreading Oceans
9.20 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Arbeit
Familienleben auf dem
Bauernhof; Eckard auf dem
Lande; Anita beim Arzt; Volker in der Apotheke.
9.38 Rendez-vous: France Ecole, travail, famille
En apprentissage; vers un emploi; a propos de l'internat ...
9.55 Descubra Espana
Ensenanza, trabajo Y familia
10.12 Science Workshop Stiff Shapes 'A'
11.5 Near and Far Life Must Go On
Volcanic eruptions and earthquakes can be catastrophic. How do people adapt and respond to such phenomena?
Producer ROBIN GWYN
11.30 Home Ground Made in Wales
5: Chips with Everything Advances in electronic technology are making a dramatic impact on all people's lives - a visit to the factory making the BBC microcomputer.
Presented by VERA DING and STEPHEN BOTCHER Producer DEREK TRIMBY BBC Wales
11.55 Play Tennis
A step-by-step method for beginners.
4: At Your Service
Book, £3.60 from booksellers
Inside Women's Magazines
The development of women's magazines from the 17th century to the present day. 4: Launch
12.45 Pages from Ceefax
12.55 Micros in Schools Controlling the Computer
A look at the problems faced by the teacher who wants to use the computer in the classroom.
Producer JOHN JAWORSKI
1 20 Appuntamento in Italia DaW infanzia all' adolescenza Un inizio: Che vita; Un avvenire migliore?
1.38 Around Scotland Close-up
1: The Field
A look at a small country field through the four seasons of the year.
Presenter MICHAEL SCOTT Producer PETER LEGGE
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Dibs says 'I wish I were you' and imagines himself as Cosmo.
A visit to the seaside to meet TESSA who lives there, build sandcastles and catch crabs. with MIKE GRADY Producer
2.15 Music Time 9: Hary Janos (2)
2.40 Zig Zag Special
The Domesday Project Next year is the 900th anniversary of the Domesday Book. In preparation for this, over 9,000 schools have offered to take part in a unique project - an electronic Domesday survey. SHEELAGH GILBEY explains how it will work. Producer TOM STANIER
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Guinness World Cup England 'B' v
Rest of the World
DAVID ICKE introduces further coverage of this first round match.
Commentators TED LOWE
Summariser JIM MEADOWCROFT Television presentation
NICK HUNTER , RON GUBBA Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
with subtitles, followed by Weather
John Craven and Maggie Philbin present
Tik and Tok, technology in fashion, parties in a bin-liner, gesticulating dummies, two labradors and some unwilling sheep. One serious question: hormones can help dwarfs, but could they also breed a race of supermen?
Assistant producer FIONA PITCHER Producer LAURIE JOHN
with Rhonda Fleming
A characteristically chaotic Hope movie, with the great comedian aboard an ocean liner as the leader of an earnest group known as the 'Boy
Foresters'. When he becomes involved with an attractive Duchess and a crooked gambler, Bob finds it hard to live up to the high ideals of the Foresters....
Screenplay by EDMUND BELOIN
MELVILLE SHAVELSON and JACK ROSE Produced by EDMUND BELOIN Directed by ALEXANDER HALL
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C J Dabney:
Grand Duke Maximilian:
Guinness World Cup Canada v All Ireland In this last first round match Canada, the no 2 seeds, with CLIFF THORBURN KIRK STEVENS and BILL WERBENIUK , meet the All Ireland strength of ALEX HIGGINS , DENNIS TAYLOR and EUGENE HUGHES.
DAVID ICKE introduces coverage of this best-of-nine-frames match from the Bournemouth International Centre.
Six films about people determined to defend historic buildings against the destructive effects of social change and market forces.
4: The Rev David Wyatt 's Seven Deadly Sins
'A vicar's job is to care for people who will one day go to heaven; buildings don't go to heaven.' This way of thinking is 'spiritual blindness', says The Rev David Wyatt. For him it represents the most insidious of the 'seven deadly sins', or attitudes of mind, which threaten
Manchester's heritage of fine Victorian churches. The citizens of Manchester built no less than 76 churches during the Victorian era, but only 24 of them are still standing.
When David Wyatt arrived in Salford he found his church about to be demolished. Today, after years of painstaking restoration, it survives as an inspiration to groups of Christians in parishes all over Manchester who are struggling to keep their churches open for worship. Film cameraman JOHN WARWICK Film editor chris WADE Producer colin ROSE
Director JENNI BURROWS BBC Bristol
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Last in the present series of 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
The Moral Dimension written by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN starring Paul Eddington Nigel Hawthorne with Derek Fowlds
ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY Produced and directed by PETER WHITMORE
Book, £8.75, from booksellers
Jim Hacker, mp:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Arabs vie TABLIAN:
The Eternal Triangle
A documentary trilogy that examines a central sexual dilemma from the viewpoint of the mistress, the wife and the husband. The Husband
'A mistress is a hobby: a wife is a career.'
'I fell in love once with a pair of legs, stockings and ankle-strap shoes - and there was no one inside....'
'Marriage is warfare, it's a silent war. Divorce is a holocaust.'
Three men, who are, or have been, husbands talk frankly about their marriages and the other women in their lives. Journalist and writer JEFFREY BERNARD has been husband to four wives. He knows more than most why marriages fail. LEON from Blackpool took a mistress. But the affair ended when
Leon's wife became pregnant. The marriage finally collapsed many years later when Leon could not come to terms with his wife's infidelity. The third husband is JEAN-CLAUDE, a Frenchman, who enjoys an open marriage, in which wife and mistress are fully aware that he and they are a triangle. The final film in this trilogy illustrates, from the viewpoint of the male, the pitfalls of marriage and its often unhappy aftermath. Film cameraman ALEX HANSEN
Film recordist JONATHAN WALKER Film editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer ROBYN WALLIS
Guinness World Cup Canada v All Ireland
DAVID ICKE introduces further coverage of this best-of-nine-frames match from the Bournemouth International Centre.
The Rt Hon David Steel , MP Leader of the Liberal Party for the Liberal/SDP Alliance
Tonight, two films from the USA: Opens Wednesday by BARRIE NELSON , in which a director takes his animated film through its dress rehearsal accompanied by a lively jazz score by BENNY CARTER and some caustic comments from the theatre cleaning lady; and Closed
Mondays, an Academy Award winning film by WILL VINTON and BOB GARDINER that explores life as part of art and art as part of life.
12.5 Weekend Outlook
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:
'Women Beware Women' by Thomas Middleton and Ethnic Minorities: Colonisin' in Reverse
Producer SUE BOYD-BOWMAN
12.10 Education: a Place for Play Play is regarded as central to education and to children's everyday activities.
12.35 Women and Sport
Men outnumber women in sport by nearly three to one. How are women fighting back?