9.35 Encounter: Italy A Start in Life?
Some young Italians' prospects: schooldays in a fishing village. life and child labour in old
Naples, the impact of tourism in the south. (R)
9.52 Look and Read
Dark Towers by ANDREW DAVIES 4: The Clue in the Book Room
10.15 Mathscore One. 2: Bits and Pieces
A way-out waitress and a capricious customer make fractions of a piece of cake! (R)
10.38 History 11-13: The Middle Ages. 2: The Castle
When Thomas Beauchamp remodelled Warwick Castle, he designed it more to impress than to be a defensible base. How had the functions of castles and knights changed since the Norman Conquest ? Presenter RICHARD BURROWS Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R)
11.0 Around Scotland: Glasgow 3: Follow the Marathon
2: Drought on the Land
Life in a rural community in north-east Brazil stricken by a severe drought. (R)
11.44 Going to Work Looking at Jobs
12.5 The Computer Programme An introduction for beginners to the use of computers, with the emphasis on small machines. The language used is BBC BASIC.
4: It's on the Computer (R)
12.35-1.0 Electronic Office
A six-part examination of the office technology of today and tomorrow.
4: Changing with the Times (R)
1.10 Science Topics Chemists at Work
1.33 General Studies Horizon: Careering On
Every Night We Draw the Shutters 'They used a Stanley knife and it missed his lungs by about an inch ... If we'd have moved out, it would mean they'd won, and no racist is going to win ... We can't ignore it, we've got to stick together and fight back.'
British Asian teenagers talk about what it's like to suffer racial attacks and what action is needed to counter racism. Producer PETER M. EVANS
2.30 English File
A Taste of Honey: Part 3 by SHEELAGH DELANEY
Helen......................JANE FREEMAN Geoff IANTARGETT JO .....SARA SUGARMAN Peter ..........................PETER EGAN Producer RONALD SMEDLEY
Director MICHAEL SIMPSON (R)
A Shadow so Huge
Hearing that the world's richest man is advertising for a son-in-law, Pigsy promptly applies - and is sent to the mines. Monkey might rescue him, but the millionaire has a taste for precious metals and finds Monkey's golden circlet irresistible.
English version directed by MICHAEL BAKEWELL for World Wide Sound London Produced by NTV and KOKUSAI HOEI (R)
continues the season of films featuring
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS 'S legendary jungle hero starring
Johnny Weissmuller Johnny Sheffield
When a series of savage killings take place in the jungle, Tarzan tracks down the murderous tribe of Leopard Men' responsible.
Leading the cult is its deadly high priestess, Lea. the Leopard Woman.
Story and screenplay by CARROLL YOUNG
Produced by SOL LESSER
Directed by KURT NEUMANN
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Another chance to see some of the world's observatories at work, visited by Patrick Moore for The Sky at Night. Neutrino Hunting
One mile below the Black Hills of Dakota lies a huge tank of cleaning fluid deep inside a gold mine - the world's strangest observatory. It is designed to collect neutrinos sent out by the sun. But what do we really know about the sun? Some of our long-cherished theories seem to be wrong. Patrick Moore visits this unusual observatory and talks to Dr Raymond Davis and Dr Keith Rowley about the results of their work. Producer FLETER MORPURGO (R)
Every day millions of industrial, commercial and military secrets travel around the world by cable and satellite ... a spy's dream. How secure are modem computer systems? Is computer-bugging a hacker's prank or professional international espionage?
Fred Harris joins the army on manoeuvres and discovers whether data is secure on the battlefield.
Ian McNaught-Davis explains how data encryption works. and there's news of THE LISTENER Crack the Code competition and its prizes.
Lesley Judd casts an eye over the winners of the Computer Animation Film Festival with John Vince. one of the judges.
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The last of a series of wildlife films by the young award-winning cameraman
Simon King. who spent a year observing landscape, habitat and animals in the south of England. Spring ,
Simon presents an intimate view of the countryside as it changes through the seasons: A film chronicle of English wildlife, secret and yet accessible, familiar and yet deeply mysterious. Film editor TONY WILLIAMS Producer JOHN KING
from Litton, near Wells with Geoff Hamilton and Clay Jones
Pam and John Southwell have planted their three-acre garden for easy maintenance, using a collection of trees and shrubs with grasses and ferns. Many of their acers, birches, hollies and conifers have now reached maturity and so it is possible to see what would fit into your own garden.
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON Executive producer JOHN KENYON ProducerDEMS w GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
The last in the current series of musical challenges between Frank Muir
John Amis , Denis Norden and Ian Wallace to questions set by Steve Race
TV presentation DOUGLAS HESPE
A series of films about
Britain from 1945 to 1951. A Home of our Own
1945 brings the worst housing crisis in British history. Prefabs are a temporary home for many, but thousands of homeless families find deserted army camps provide the only hope of shelter. A housing manager remembers how people were so desperate:
They would leave a baby in the in-tray in the hope we would find them somewhere to live.
But for architects it is an exciting time, bringing a chance to turn theory into practice with the creation of New Towns and the rebuilding programme in many large cities.
Researcher SANDRA JONES Film editor MIKE APPELT
Producer ANGELA HOLDSWORTH
Ludovic Kennedy makes his choice of the week's television, and discusses in detail:
Real Lives: At the Edge of the Union (BBC1)
Open to Question (BBC2) and The Winning Streak (Yorkshire) with his studio guests: Jeremy Isaacs , Chief
Executive of Channel Four, the Russian journalist Marsha Slonim , and actor and writer Colin Welland.
Director PHILIP CHILVERS Producer CHARLES MILLER
John Tusa , Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary with Jenni Murray
Ian Smith and David Davies present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.
Stuart Whitman Janet Leigh
Eleanor Parker A ruthless and successful television commentator,
Stephen Rojack , specialises in insinuating that the police are in the pay of the Mafia. But, he begins to regret this when a violent encounter with his estranged alcoholic wife leads to a possible charge of murder ...
Screenplay by MANN RUBIN
Based on the novel An American Dream by NORMAN MAILER
Produced by WILLIAM CONRAD Directed by ROBERT GIST
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