9.38 Science Workshop Dissolving (A)
Producer MICHAEL COYLE (R)
10.0 You and Me
When an old book falls to bits, Cosmo and Dibs put the pages back in the wrong order. Rachel and Michelle go camping at Lilford Folk Festival.
Song: 'Polly put the kettle on'. Presenter GARY WILMOT Director CLARE ELSTOW
10.15 MI 10: Mathematical Investigations
13: Folds. Fold a piece of paper in half. Fold that in half. And again.... forever?
14: The Right Shape. Why is the so-called Golden Rectangle such a popular shape?
Presenter HILARY CLOUGH
Animation STEWART HARDY FILMS Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM
Series producer DAVID ROSEVEARE Producer ROBIN MUDGE
10.38 Maths Topics
Resource CSE/O-level material in the form of animated sequences for classroom use. Grids: Similarity (R)
11.0 Words and Pictures Peace at Last
11.17 Let's See
Getting Around. 1: Overland
11.40 Scene. The Breakaway
You Can't See the Wood.... DAVID BELLAMY examines the natures and uses of trees. 2: Inside Story (R)
A series of nine programmes giving hints and tips on playing to budding rock musicians. 3: Playing Techniques (R)
1.0 Maths Help 11
For adults studying maths to O-level, this series offers help with common difficulties. Geometry 1 (R)
1.15 Job Bank.Moving House
Alternative Technology Waste Not, Want Not
Presenter DAVID PARRY JONES Producer IFOR REES BBC Wales
2.0 Watch. Noises in the Night Louise and James investigate the differences between day sounds and night sounds. In the story Peace at Last by jill
MURPHY Mr Bear finds he can't sleep because of the noises in the night.
Presenters LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and JAMES EARL ADAIR
Series producer DAVID TAFT (Shoum yesterday at 11.0am)
2.18 Look, Look and Look Again Living Images
Yorkshire children use a model for a portrait of a character from fiction. Producer JUDITH MILES (R)
Planets and Comets
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Introduced by Jeremy James
Learn all the basics and improve your play as Jeremy Flint guides novices and regulars of the Bristol Bridge Club towards a better understanding of the game. Director LINDA MCCARTHY
Producer MARK PATTERSON (R)
For information about the BBC Bridge Companion write to: BBC Bridge Club
BBCtv, [address removed]
Starring Merle Oberon, Laurence Olivier, Ralph Richardson
Stranded by fog, following a charity ball, in an overcrowded London hotel, Leslie invades the bedroom of a young lawyer. She steals his bed, his pyjamas and his breakfast and disappears leaving a message, 'From Lady X'. This screwball comedy, lavishly produced and shot in colour, follows the romantic adventures and misadventures of Leslie and Logan until the inevitable happy ending. Among a starry cast, Ralph Richardson is outstanding as Lord Mere.
Films: page 15
Based on the play "Counsel's Opinion" by:
Television's weekly magazine about law. order and justice.
Presented by Sue Cook and David Jessel But beware!
There are nasty shocks lurking; you think nice Sue Cook and David Jessel are about to read you bits from a legal journal - then wham! (DAILY MIRROR) Makes the mind boggle.
Reporter Ed Boyle
Director PIETER MORPURGO
Series producer HUGH PURCELL
An ll-part television history of Britain at work in the 20th century. 2: The Track
The car firms prospered when other industries were in decline in the 1930s. They were based on a new type of work - the moving track:
Anyone could do it, it didn't matter whether it was an engineer or the man who swept the road. They could train him in five to ten minutes. it was really boring ... but they did it for the money. (ASSEMBLY WORKER) Car workers and their bosses talk about the good times, when Britain's motor industry was second only to the Americans', profits and wages were high, and exports boomed after the war.
But the writing was on the wall. By the 1970s Britain's car makers were on the brink of collapse, from which they have been slow to recover.
Narrator John Woodvine Producer PETER CERESOLE Executive producer
PETER PAGNAMENTA (R)
Henry, Please Come Home
A top efficiency rating for the 4077th gets Henry Blake a transfer to Tokyo, but the unit's tears of farewell soon become tears of frustration when Frank assumes command. The dismantling of their beloved gin-still is the last straw for Hawkeye and Trapper and 'Operation Retrieve Henry' swings into action ...
Written by LAURENCE MARKS
Directed by WILLIAM WIARD (R)
Major Frank Burns:
A thriller in four parts by HOWARD BRENTON with 2: Anything for England
Eddie Cass, small-time crook, gets this little job - take some fancy hatbox up west. But he opens the box. And then he chucks it in the river. With the head still in it.
Next thing there's top brass, smelling of scent, giving him hand-outs, asking about his ex-wife Dana.
That's how it all began. A right season in hell.
Music by RICHARD HARTLEY
Camera supervisor KEITH SALMON Studio lighting
DAVID BUSHELL. JOHN ABBOTT Producer ROBIN MIDGLEY Director ROB WALKER BBC Pebble Mill
de la Motte
Man in love:
starring Phil Cool
Phil Cool takes the lid off life as he looks at the world through the eyes of a host of famous personalities. Tonight Phil goes down under in search of the Rolfus Harricus , he experiences a nasty encounter with a power-crazed policeman, and attempts to answer the burning question of our time, will American shaver salesman Victor Kiam save us from the threat of nuclear war?
Written by PHIL COOL
Associate producer JASPER CARROTT Director DAVID WEIR
Producer STEVE WEDDLE BBC Pebble Mill (R)
John Tusa , Peter Snow ,
Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary present the stories and interviews behind the main stories of the day.
Ian Smith and Jenni Murray with a round-up of the news from home and abroad.