9.25 Mind How You Go
Ten programmes about road accident prevention presented by JIMMY SAVILEOBE. 5: Two- Wheel Power (R)
9.38 Science Workshop Fabrics (A)
A really close look at fabrics. Producer MICHAEL COYLE (R)
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year olds BILLIE-JANE has always had to use a wheelchair; the programme goes with her to a barbecue at an adventure playground. Cosmo and Dibs are helped by BILL OWEN to identify things by touch.
Song: 'Heads and shoulders, knees and toes'.
Director nicci CROWTHER (R)
10.15 MHO: Mathematical Investigations
5: Pascal's Triangle II
From stacks of cans to tosses of coins - a common pattern. 6: Mazes
Hampton Court for Hilary, an international maze for
Enterprise the European Champion maze-solver.
Presented by HILARY CLOUGH and DAVID WOODFIELD
Animation STEWART HARDY FILMS Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.38 Maths Topics Trigonometry (5)
Graphs of sine, cosine, tangent. Negative angles. (R)
11.0 Words and Pictures Witches Four
11.17 Let's See
Flowers and Fruits of the Earth 2: Nuts and Berries
11.40 Scene. Don't Shoot the Ref
12.10 pm On the Rocks 5: All that Glisters.... (R)
A series for swimmers and non-swimmers of all ages - with the accent on recreation rather than competition 5: Back-stroke (R)
(A change from details published in the Schools Annual Timetable)
1.0 Maths Help
A series for adults studying maths to O-level, offering help with common difficulties. 5: Angles (R)
1.15 Job Bank
1.38 Outlook. Great
Archaeological Mysteries (3) The Mysterious Bluestones
Why did the Megalith-builders create stone circles like
Stonehenge? Were they druids' temples, or observatories perhaps? And how were the huge stones transported from the Preseli mountains in Wales to Wiltshire?
Presenter DAVID PARRY JONES Producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS BBC Wales (R)
2.0 Watch Clay
A visit to a pottery to see huge flowerpots being made by hand. James and Louise find they can play a tune by hitting flowerpots. They tell the story of Foo the Potter, whose pots were used to make music. Presented by LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and JAMES EARL ADAIR Puppets ALAN PLATT
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK Producer DAVID TAFT (R)
2.18 Geography 11-14 River Landscapes
BERNARD CLARK investigates the many different landscapes of the river Tees, from wild moorlands to heavy industry. Producer LEN BROWN (R)
2.40 Zig Zag The Normans
Hungry Times (2)
The Rothmans Grand Prix CLIFF THORBURN , last year's beaten finalist, and EDDIE CHARLTON head the overseas challenge for the Grand Prix at The Hexagon, Reading. DAVID VINE introduces continued coverage of this afternoon's nine-frame session.
with subtitles, followed by Weather
In the second programme in which Ray Moore visits some of the Schools and Colleges which provided the musical talent at the last season of Schools Proms at the Royal Albert Hall in London, he meets the members of the BOURNEMOUTH AND POOLE
COLLEGE STRING QUARTET
JAZZDESUD and watches a rehearsal of the very young members of the MIDDLE SCHOOL CHOIR from Ash, near Aldershot. Special guest
Don Lusher with Jazz de Sud Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(The Schools Proms are organised by Music for Youth in conjunction with the Rank Organisation and Commercial Union Assurance)
Katharine Ross Bo Hopkins Candy Clark
Sammy Garrett hankers for some of the limelight her rodeo champion husband, Wil, is getting and begs him for a horse that can give her a chance to become a champion herself. As Sammy becomes a rising star on the all-woman rodeo circuit she finds that her relationship with her husband becomes increasingly strained....
Bingo Gibbs. WILFORD BRIMLEY Screenplay by KATHARYN POWERS Produced by LEN STECKLER Directed by JACKIE COOPER
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J R Paterson:
The Rothmans Grand Prix The one and only
DENNIS TAYLOR should be renewing the defence of his title tonight, and if the form book is any guide TONY MEO ought to be trying to stop him. On the other side of the great divide TERRY GRIFFITHS will be hoping to win the lion's share of his nine frames against either WAYNE JONES or PETER FRANCISCO.
DAVID VINE introduces the players and the opening frames from The Hexagon. Reading.
TED LOWE , JACK KARNEHM
Summarisers WILLIE THORNE
JIM MEADOWCROFT. JOHN VIRGO Television presentation
KEITH PHILLIPS. MIKE ADLEY Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
Executive producer NICK HUNTER
The hectic and confusing introduction to student life at Cambridge. These fresh-faced 18-year-olds rapidly find new friends, and face the rigours of the bicycle auction, the Freshers Dinner, the Tory Reform Group squash, and try their hands at everything - from being a stand-up comic to a fledgling surgeon. They are following in a distinguished tradition.
These are the first footsteps of the next generation of Cambridge alumni. And for some there are profound changes: a medical student learns his subject the hard way, and becomes ill with an unknown virus; and a mathematician sees the light after a religious experience. Photography ALEX HANSEN Sound JOHN PRITCHARD
Film editor TONY HEAVEN Commentary ROGER MILLS
Assistant producer IMOGEN SUTTON Producer MICHAEL WALDMAN
A three-part series based on ROGER MACDONALD 'S powerful novel of life in Australia in the shadow of World War I, starring
1: In the spring of 1913 childhood friends
Walter Gilchrist and Billy MacKenzie are reunited when Walter returns home from Sydney University for the holidays.
Walter is horrified to discover that his father is cutting short his education, while Billy falls foul of a local woman's jealous suitor and has to leave town. On the trip he meets and is fascinated by Frances Reilly , a Sydney girl in the country to visit her father. Walter also is captivated by Frances and the friends become rivals for her attention. Meanwhile war in Europe seems imminent - Walter and Billy make a pact to join up if fighting starts - a pact that will determine the course of their lives ...
Written by PETER YELDHAM Produced by RAY ALCHIN
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