6.30 Learning and Doing Maths
6.55 Science: A Portrait of Summer School
9.38 Appuntamento in Italia Un Paese a Lavoro
I pescatori de Cetara; il nord industriale; corrente viva.
9.55 Tout compris
Everyday life and language of French teenagers
Au petit déjeuner; en route; au stade; a table
, Breakfast and the journey to school, a sports lesson and school meals.
10.12 Science Workshop Twigs and Wood 'B'
Personal View: Victoria Wood On tour and at home with the writer, entertainer and successful working woman.
10.55 Pages from Ceefax
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Fruit and Veg
Dawn and her Grandad plant some seeds on his allotment and pick some fruit and veg for tea.
Director NICCI CROWTHER
2.15 Music Time 2: Talking Drums
A song about the talking drums, with its drumming chorus. Some traditional music from Ghana played on the gong-gong, shaker and drums, and how to make your own version of these instruments. How the African talking drums 'speak' their messages.
Presented by JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS
With FELIX COBBSON and AKLOWA
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
2.40 Walrus Guess What?
1: Reading Between the Lines
Four young people join MICHAEL ROSEN and start to read a book. They work out what it seems to be about and think about what might be coming next. Clues presented by DAVID FREEMAN
Producer MORTON SURGUY
Coverage of the fourth race at
3.45 The 172nd Year of the Dee Stakes (1m 2f 85yds) Damister, runner-up to Shadeed in the Craven
Stakes, goes on trial for the Derby.
Unaccustomed As We Are.... In the last programme of the series, Steve Blacknell lends an ear to the art of public speaking. His 'look at life' takes him from the traditional soapbox of Speakers' Corner to today's boxes of tricks - radio and television.
Producer TONY MATTHEWS
Director SUE DAVIDSON
How does a nightmare begin? For David Vincent it began at four in the morning, looking for a short-cut he never found. What he found instead were creatures from another world.... starring
The aliens plan to control the news media by exploiting the weakness of the heir to a powerful publishing empire. unless Vincent can persuade him to resist.
Written by WARREN DUFF
Directed by GERALD MAYER
[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko
Bilko gets demoted but vows to win his stripes back within 12 hours by dint of his literary efforts.
George Baker Sylvia Syms England 1651. Known to his enemies only as 'Moonraker', Anthony, Earl of Dawlish, has rescued many fellow
Royalists from the wrath of the Roundheads. With a price on his head, he agrees to help the most wanted member of the Royalist movement:
Charles, heir to the throne of England....
Screenplay by ROBERT HALL WILFRID EADES and ALISTAIR BELL based on a play by ARTHUR WATKYN Produced by HAMILTON G. INGLIS Directed by DAVID MACDONALD ● FILMS: page 39
Edmund Tyler, alias Gregg:
written by CARLA LANE starring Keith Barron Susan Hampshire
2: Martha is caught up in a family matter but Daniel is too busy exploring his new life to notice.
Designed by NIGELCURZON. Produced and directed by JOHN B. HOBBS * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Last of the present series Dear Mr President....
[text removed] Hall is seven. She cannot walk or talk. Her father Barry lays his daughter's handicap at the door of the huge American pharmaceutical corporation,
Merrell Dow, who until three years ago manufactured the pregnancy anti-morning sickness drug Debendox. But Merrell Dow claims that tests have shown Debendox to be safe. Barry Hall has taken his fight to Westminster and Whitehall without success. while the prospect of action through the British courts offers virtually no chance of satisfaction. Frustrated at every turn, and with the hopes of 700 British families in a similar plight on his shoulders, Barry Hall decides that it's time to take [text removed] and the rest of his family to confront 'Goliath'...
Film cameraman ALEX HANSEN Film recordist RICHARD BOULTER Film editor JANE VAL BAKER
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer RICHARD UGHTBODY
A concert featuring Britain's most popular jazz-funk band, recorded at The Watermans Art Centre, Brentford. Tenor-sax player
Dick Morrissey and guitarist Jim Mullen are joined by vocalist Noel McCalla and special guest Zoot Money.
Introduced by Dave Gelly Lighting DENNIS BUTCHER Sound JOHN CAULFIELD
Producer LAURENCE VULUAMY
The Newsnight team including John Tusa Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Jenni Murray and Ian Smith
Producers HOWARD ANDERSON
DAVE STANFORD , MIKE ROBINSON Directors
JOHN WILKINSON , CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE. TOM ROBERTS
Deputy editor JOHN MAHONEY Editor DAVID DICKINSON
helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open
University on Saturday and Sunday.
11.35 Education: '... and so to Disembed'
When children begin to use language they make 'mistakes' which to them are probably quite sensible. This programme shows psychologists testing children's understanding of language.
12.0 Mechanics: Velocity Diagrams Drawing a velocity diagram is very much like a freeze-frame from an action replay -it isolates a single instant of a complex motion.