9.15 Job Bank Butcher, Baker
A day in the life of three young people working in butcher's and baker's shops.
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL (R)
9.38 Going to Work
How Other People See Us by COLIN DAVIS
When others have the wrong impression of us and nobody understands, whose fault is it? with ELAINE LORDAN
JULIA SAWALHA. MEL WARREN
MONIQUE WRIGHT. MARK MONERO LESLIEGLAZER , KENNETH SHANLEY
JOSIE KIDD , DENISE HIRST and MICHAEL VIVIAN Producer JUDITH MILES
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Incey Wincey Spider
LESLIE WILTSHIRE and his children look for spiders and worms and watch some bees making honey.
Director NICCI CROWTHER (R)
10.15 Music Time Grouping Beats
Songs with shaking bones and seabirds help the children to hear how many beats there are in a bar.
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT (R)
10.38 History File The Road to Berlin
1943-1945: the final years of the war lead to the defeat of Germany and the problems of post-war Europe. (R)
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL
11.0 Zig Zag. DIY Photography The instant of a flash of lightning or the detail of a head louse's claw - photography shows us things we'd never otherwise see. SHEELAGH GILBEY and PAUL COlA find out the best way to do-it-yourself with cameras, with the help of Sun Hill Junior School. Producer CHRIS ELLIS
11.22 Thinkabout. Cover Up Frank and the children cover up themselves and everything else in sight before they start stripping the walls. Then the telephone rings and they can't find it!
Producer PAT FARRINGTON
11.40 General Studies
The Black Man's Burden
The second of a two-part special report talks to black South
Africans about what life is like in their country and assesses their hopes and fears for the future
12.10 pm Pages from Ceefax
12.40 Technical Studies
Ten programmes showing how basic concepts in manufacturing technology are used in modern industry. 9: Pressworking (R)
1.5-1.30 Primary Science: 2
JUDITH HANN continues her look at the challenge of teaching science in primary schools - a school in Cambridge uses paper aeroplanes and a new exhibition is launched by the Science Museum. Producer ANNE DIACK
A BBC/Open University production
1.38 Casebook Scotland
9: Who Do You Think You Are? A play by ALAN SPENCE about the teenage search for identity. Director ISHBEL MACLEAN
2.0 Words and Pictures
The Little Girl and the Tiny Doll Living in a freezer is a chilling experience for a doll, until a little girl comes to the rescue. (R)
2.18 English 11-13 5: Start Here
Series producer JUDITH MILES (R)
2.40 Childcare and Parenthood 4: The Child and the Family
The emergence of a toddler into a child can be a tricky time.
Five-year-old twins help their younger sister, but it's not so easy if your elder brother is mentally handicapped. Producer DIANE MORGAN (R)
The Coral United Kingdom Championship
DAVID VINE introduces further coverage from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Big Blue andthe40Dwarves IBM, known as Big Blue, is the largest computer company in the world - ten times the size of its nearest rival. Its first personal computer was so successful that it set a technical standard.
Forty other manufacturers now use IBM standards in designing their machines. Ian McNaught-Davis finds out if, now they are embracing Big Blue's standards, the 40 dwarves can get out of its clutches. Director ALAN GRIFFITHS Series editor DAVID ALLEN
continuing a season of films featuring
ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE 'S famous detective, starring
Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes and
Nigel Bruce as Dr Watson.
Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson become entangled in a sinister web of deceit and murder, woven by a mysterious woman who drives her hapless victims into an excruciating suicidal frenzy.
Screenplay by BERTRAM MILLHAUSER
Directed by ROY WILLIAM NEILL
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Dr Watson Sherlock
On a Saturday afternoon in December 1960 David Coleman introduced
Grandstand. The programme included indoor athletics, amateur boxing, sporting chance and ice skating: 'So now we join commentator Alan Weeks in Nottingham for the Grandstand Trophy'. Series producer JEFF GODDARD
This week, on its way in towards the Sun, Halley's Comet is closer to Earth than it has been for 75 years. Even so, you'll need binoculars to see it or, far better, "Horizon". This celestial guide tells you what comets are made of, where they come from, how they are predicted and how dangerous they are. Past comets may have destroyed almost all life on Earth - yet without them mankind might never have evolved.
Plus: the winner of the space race to reach a comet first and the odd story of how Halley's Comet was rediscovered with the help of two razor blades.
Written and Produced by:
A view of world history in 13 parts by JOHN ROBERTS 12: The Decline of the West In the first half of this century a stable world of optimism, sanity and progress seemed to go mad. Men lost faith in the civilisation of the West. Its old heartland, Europe, was wracked by wars (1914-18, 1939-45) and leadership passed to America. Russia became separated from it and hostile. Economic failure, the rolling up of colonial empires, fragmentation in the arts and new discoveries - both in science and in the new science of the mind, psychology - all added to the unease. And in the East,
Japan, first militarily, then economically, became a superpower. The title of OSWALD SPENGLER 'S book
The Decline of the West seemed to catch the mood of the times and it sold in millions. But is the day of the West really done?
Sound recordist DOUG MAWSON Film cameramen
JOHN ELSE and COUN WALDECK Film editor STEPHEN EVANS Executive producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
by DAVID NOBBS starring Leonard Rossiter and Pauline Yates with John Barron
Elizabeth is away, and Reggie asks his secretary home for a business meeting. But this is no ordinary meeting
- and it turns out to be no ordinary Sunday.
Designer BARBARA GOSNOLD
Producer GARETH GWENLAN (R)
An original screenplay in six parts by TROY KENNEDY MARTIN starring
Ian McNeice as Harcourt 4: Breakthrough
'What are you going to do about it?' 'I'm going in.' A question from beyond the grave to the man with nothing left to lose.
The confrontation with Emma's killer proves decisive to the destiny of Ronald Craven. Strangely renewed by the symptoms of breakdown, he re-enters the world in the grip of an obsession - to get into Northmoor at any cost.
Music by ERIC CLAPTON with MICHAEL KAMEN Film editor DAN RAE
Dubbing mixer ROB JAMES
Make-up designer DAPHNE CROKER Photography ANDREW DUNN
Produced by MICHAEL WEARING Directed by MARTIN CAMPBELL * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
John Tusa , Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary with Jenni Murray and Ian Smith
A series of 26 programmes
9: See the news as others see it, and brush up your French at the same time. Tonight's bulletin comes from
Radio-Television Beige, and there's also a round-up of today's main stories around Europe.
Presented by Chantal Cuer Director philip DOLLING
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Series producer TERRY DOYLE
Day two of the Lombard RAC Rally starts with drivers emerging from the night-time charge around the forests of South Wales and into the special stages of North Wales and the Midlands. William Woollard introduces the news and action from this punishing first leg, live from Rally
Headquarters. Brian Jones provides the commentary and Sue Baker reports from s the stages.