6.30 Maths: Classifying Cubics
6.55 Energy: A Question of Balance
9.20 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Freizeit
Regina beim Einkaufen;
Regina in der Kirche; Martin als Pradfinder; Olaf bei der Feuerwehr.
9.38 Rendez-vous: France
Loisirs. Apres l'école; a la une; en vacances.
9.55 Descubra Espana Unos ratos libres
10.12 Science Workshop Stiff Shapes 'B'
Boxing on the Ropes
11.5 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 worker like 200 years ago? Producer ALAN EREIRA
Background to the Gospels 5: Masada
The palace of Masada must be one of the most impregnable fortresses in the world. In
AD 66, the Jews rose in revolt against the Romans. The
Roman legions recovered the country, and in AD 70 destroyed Jerusalem. Masada, occupied by the Zealots, was the last place to hold out.... Presenter PETER CONNOLLY Producer R DILWYN JONES
11.55 Play Tennis
A step-by-step method for beginners. 5: Play the Game Book, E3.60 from booksellers
Inside Women's Magazines
The development of women's magazines from the 17th-century to the present day. 5: Feminism and Femininity
12.45 Pages from Ceefax
12.55 Micros in Schools
Putting Desmond to Work
The last of four programmes looks at how one Bedfordshire Middle School experimented with teaching about computer control.
Producer PIP SURGEY
1.20 Appuntamento in Italia Usanze e costumi
La contrade; Tradizioni campagnole; Feste religiose e civili
1.38 Around Scotland Close-up
2: Woodland Story
Life in the wood -trees, leaves, woodland floor, birds, animals and insects change with the seasons.
Producer ISHBEL MACLEAN Series editor ROBERT CLARK
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds A Working Day
JANET SORENSEN takes Shane and his friends to see the factory where his dad works. Story GILLY MEREDITH
2.15 Music Time 10: Hary Janos
2.40 Walrus-What Should
I Do? Endings by TONY PARKER Including ideas from viewers on what the four heroes should do, as well as the stories of what they did do. With TIMMY MALLET
CHARLES IMBER , PIPPA SPARKES
ANGELA CLEMENTS , DAVID GARLICK and mmoloki CHRYSTIE
Producer MORTON SURGUY
3.0 Pages from Ceefax
Further coverage of today's races
3.45 Whitbread Trophy Handicap 'Chase (2m 6f) Over the Grand National course - one complete circuit of the famous fences -
Becher's, the Canal Turn,
Valentine's and the massive Chair, which is one of the early obstacles they meet.
4.20 Whitbread Best Mild Novices 'Chase (3m If)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
RICHARD PITMAN and JOHN HANMER
Directors RICHARD TILLING and NICK HUNTER
Producer FRED VINER
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Maggie Philbin and John Craven ask why people love to be terrified on fairground rides. There are Meccano merry-go-rounds, plastic dodgems, do-it-yourself digital pictures and a berserk computer that claps the star investigator behind bars.
Or is that an illusion?
Assistant producer ROB BAYLY Producer LAURIE JOHN
with Sophia Loren
When his estranged wife dies,
Tom Winston is furious to discover his three children shared out among relations. Hustling them off to his batchelor flat in Washington, he soon discovers that being a single parent is no joke. Then young Robert runs away.... Sophia Loren 's partnership with Cary Grant in this delightful comedy, echoes the romantic interlude in her own life revealed in her recently televised autobiography.
Screenplay by MELVILLE SHAVELSON and JACK ROSE
Produced by JACK ROSE
Directed by MELVILLE SHAVELSON
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Take it Easy
The hero of this Hungarian film is trying to take it easy, but a creaking wardrobe door interferes with his relaxation.
Directed by TAMAS BAKSA
Produced by PANNONIA FtLM studio
Six films about people determined to defend historic buildings against the destructive effects of social change and market forces.
Defence of the Realm
Portsmouth Dockyard, with its ring of massive
The first of six musical journeys in which film and stage star Chaim Topol revisits his native Israel.
Part documentary and part entertainment, the series joins Topol on the closing night of his triumphant
West End revival of Fiddler on the Roof, and follows him to Tel Aviv, the city which has always been his home.
Week by week Topol reflects on his experiences as a child of Israel - his memories of family life in an immigrant quarter, of the Exodus operation, his pioneering days on a Kibbutz, his days as an entertainer in an army troupe.
His travels range from the Galilee to the Red Sea, from Jerusalem to Jaffa, and from the Lebanon to Eilat, and on his way he meets an array of friends from every walk of Israeli life.
Director CHRIS WRIGHT
Producer PETER HERCOMBE BBC Pebble Mill
BBC record REH/ZCR 529 from retailers
The last part of a trilogy by JOHN HAWKESWORTH starring
Following the sensational trials, and to the delight of the public and press, Oscar Wilde , found guilty of acts of gross indecency with various male persons, was incarcerated in Pentonville Prison in May 1895 to serve a sentence of two years' hard labour -an experience which would later produce one of his best known works, The Ballad of Reading Gaol.
Music composed and conducted by CARL DAVIS
Make-up designer JEAN STEWARD Costume designer
Film cameraman FINTAN SHEEHAN Videotape editor PHIL SOUTHBY Studio lighting CLIVE THOMAS Designer OLIVER BAYLDON Executive producer JOHN HAWKESWORTH
Producer CAROL ROBERTSON Directed by HENRY HERBERT
Lord Alfred Douglas:
Marquis of Queensberry:
Governor of Pentonville:
Man on station:
Young French girl:
Englishwoman in cafe:
Englishman in cafÃ©:
Girl with Bosie:
... of documentary. A series of films portraying issues, institutions and individuals. Union Street
It is the thoroughfare that links sober, respectable
Plymouth with Royal Naval Devonport, and it is known with affection all over the world. Even in Hong Kong or San Francisco mention of Union Street will ignite a twinkle in a sailor's eye.
For Union Street represents the older traditions of Plymouth. Before naval ratings got caught up in 0- and A-levels, it was where Jack went for his run ashore, and it was where the pubs and clubs and girls of the town were waiting to part him from his money. There used to be a railway bridge over Union Street just where it meets Plymouth proper.
Respectable people never went under that bridge.
Today the bridge has been demolished - and buried in the dust and rubble went much of the street's lurid past. But a flavour of the old days still remains - enough to glimpse a fleeting shadow of what was once the Reeperbahn of the Devon Riviera. Film cameramen
JOHN WARWICK , ALEX HANSEN Film recordists
ERIC WOODWARD, GRAHAM RODGER Film editor PHIL WILKINSON
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer DAVID PRITCHARD
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.
Tonight, an Oscar-winning film from Poland:
Tango - the comings and goings in a room orchestrated to a tango with baffling mathematical precision.
Directed by ZBIGNIEW RYBCZYNSKI
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: History of the Gun
Industry and Reconstruction of the Bankside Theatres
Producer SUE BOYD-BOWMAN
11.35 Technology: New Bearings for Old
A bronze bearing wears out unexpectedly quickly, and starts an intriguing detective hunt by a metallurgist for the reason why.
12.0 Art in Italy: Riccio's Bronzes How was Riccio's bronze statuette made? The technical process of bronze-casting is examined, and ANTHONY RADCLIFFE explains the meaning of Renaissance bronzes.