9.25 Mind How You Go
Ten programmes about road accident prevention presented by JIMMY SAVILE OBE. 7: On Your Feet (R)
9.38 Science Workshop Stability (1)
How safe are high chairs? (R)
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Ride a Cock Horse
Kim, Elouise, Vicky and Georgia enjoy their riding lesson with JACKIE STORY. (R)
10.15 MI 10: Mathematical Investigations
7: Geometric Progressions
Creating a GP is easy enough, but how can you add it up? 8: Numbers as Codes
If you arrange to meet an American on 9.7.86., beware! Presenter HILARY CLOUGH
Animation STEWART HARDY FILMS Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R)
10.38 Maths Topics Statistics (2)
Data representation: bar charts, pie charts, the histogram. Producer PETER BRATT (R)
11.0 Words and Pictures Run, Rabbit, Run
11.17 Let's See
1: Up the Mountain
11.40 Scene. Wide Games (R)
12.10 pm On the Rocks
Ten programmes about the evolution of the landscape. 7: Mortal Remains (R)
A series for swimmers and non-swimmers of all ages.
7: Elementary Diving (R)
(A change from details published in the Schools Annual Timetable)
1.0 Maths Help
A series for adults studying maths to O-level. 7: Similarity (R)
1.15 Job Bank. Behind the Scenes
Great Archaeological Mysteries 4: Cromlechi
From the human remains in ancient burial grounds we can discover a great deal about
Neolithic man and his way of life. Presenter DAVID PARRY-JONES Producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS BBC Wales (R)
2.0 Watch. Pipes
James and Louise make musical sounds by blowing across pipes. They tell an Indian story, about three travelling musicians who cast a spell on a mean rajah.
With the help of four young musicians hear the bird, cat, duck and grandfather - tunes from Peter and the Wolf, which will be shown in a fortnight's time. Presented by LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and JAMES EARL ADAIR
Series producer DAVID TAFT (R)
2.18 Geography 11-14
The Iron and Steel Industry
BERNARD CLARK looks at how the iron and steel industry moved its location and its current problems.
Producer LEN BROWN (R)
2.40 Zig Zag. Computers Computers in Schools (R)
with subtitles, followed by Weather
It all began with the 'Dig for
Victory' campaigns of the two world wars. Today there are more than half a million allotment gardeners who work some of the most productive plots in Britain. Each week their questions are answered and problems solved in a quest for vegetable excellence. Director ALAN FARRINGTON Producer ERIC ROBSON
Dennis Weaver with Eloy Phil Casados
As a boy, Ishi watches most of his tribe being brutally massacred by white men. After years spent in the wilderness his remaining companions and members of his family die and Ishi is driven into the white man's world. This remarkable film - set in 1911 - tells Ishi's extraordinary true story and of his friendship with professor Benjamin Fuller.
Screenplay by DALTON AND CHRISTOPHER TRUMBO Based on the book Ishi in Two Worlds by THEODORA KROEBER QUINN Produced by JAMES F. SOMMERS
Directed by ROBERT ELUS MILLER
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Professor Benjamin Fuller:
Ishi as boy:
Lushi as girl:
Timawi as boy:
Hary Janos tells how he became a hero in Vienna, and defeated Napoleon's army single-handed. And Hary always tells the truth ... except when he sneezes. Voices and narration Peter Ustinov
Combines artistic integrity with a lightnessoftouch,andopensdoors into classical music
Music ZOLTAN KODALY
Puppets and direction ALAN PLATT Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT Winner of the Royal Television Society's award for 1985
(First broadcast on BBC School Television)
Crime, corruption, conflicts at home and work - all contribute to the growing caseload of Britain's courts. In the studio David Jesse ] and Sue Cook question the victims and villains, lawmakers and enforcers. While out on the street, on lawful and unlawful occasions, is reporter Ed Boyle.
This week, America's real life Dempsey and Makepeace. Film cameras follow New
York's decoy cops and watch crime in the act; but is this ethical? Should luring people into crime be an offence in itself?
Director PIETER MORPURGO
Series producer HUGH PURCELL
Mark Docherty and Lawrence Pitteway have started their engineering careers well:
Mark is sponsored by Rolls-Royce and Lawrence won an exhibition to Queens'. But Cambridge offers many distractions from the academic grind, especially the fun and games of Rag
Week; from jumping, lemming-like, into the Cam, to the alarming ritual known as 'Flanning'. The moment of truth comes with exams at the end of their first year.
Both fail to achieve Honours. They are about to be thrown out of college. Their glittering careers are in ruins. They are summoned back from their summer vacation to be grilled by their tutor. He puts them through an alarming self-analysis, before the long wait for the decision.
Photography ALEX HANSEN Sound STUART EBBS
Film editor TONY HEAVEN Commentary ROGER mills
Assistant producer IMOGEN SUTTON Producer MICHAEL WALDMAN
continues a major season of films new to television. starring
As plans for a 200-million-dollar complex, to be known as 'Eden', are unveiled local Sydney residents realise that their homes and livelihoods are being destroyed by property developers. During the Christmas heatwave activists mount a campaign of violence against the speculators. But their opposition is more than matched by the ferocity of the businessmen, who realise that profits are at stake.
Based on actual incidents, this powerful movie combines drama, romance and social concerns within the framework of a topical thriller.
Screenplay by MARC ROSENBERG and PHILUP NOYCE
Produced by HILARY UNSTEAD Directed by PHILLIP NOYCE
(First showing on British television)
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Mick Da vies:
Barbie Lee Taylor:
Christopher Jones reports on today's proceedings in the Upper House.