Des le debut: Face-to-face French
4: Saying you're sorry; Likes and dislikes; Preference (R)
9.52 Look and Read The Boy from Space 4: In Danger!
10.15 Mathscore One
Mirror Image. ELAINE DONELLY and ROGER SLOMAN come face to face with themselves. (R)
10.38 History 11-13: The Tudors The Great House
Do you know how and why changes in building design reflect changes in life styles between the medieval and the Tudor periods? Find out at Haddon Hall.
Presenter RICHARD BURROWS Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R)
11.0 Around Scotland Behind the Scenes
2: Department Store
11.22 Update USA 2: Sun Belt City Phoenix, Arizona, spreads ever outwards into the surrounding desert as industry cashes in on the 'pro business climate' of the sun belt, and people move in from recession-hit northern USA. (R)
11.44 Going to Work A Woman's Work?
Making the Most of the Micro IAN MCNAUGHTDAVIS shows what micros can do.
4: Introducing Graphics (R)
The Learning Machine
A personal view by tm O'SHEA of computers in education. 3: The Gender Gap (R)
1.10 Science Topics periodic Table
1 33 General Studies
The Scout Who Smuggled Heroin: 1 ..
Panorama interviewed, m a Dutch jail, one of the world's most successful heroin smugglers. They traced his trail back to Pakistan, where the team found his organisation had become one of the biggest drugs rings in the country. Reporter PETER TAYLOR Producer DAVID WICKHAM
For more than 100 years rugby union was for men only - until women, like those from the South Wales village of Magor, started their own teams. Series producer ROGER TONGE
2.30 English File
Power of Language Power of the Group
Class, job, age, background: each has its own group language. Group languages identify us by accent, dialect and technical vocabulary. Producer EDWARD HAYWARD
The Benson and Hedges
Masters. Third Quarter-final Introduced by DAVID ICKE
Leslie Howard Merle Oberon
1792: the height of the French Revolution. As aristocrats and others are led to the guillotine, a mysterious stranger and his followers carry on a rescue operation - whisking them to England and safety. But who is the man, known only as the 'Scarlet Pimpernel', and how long can he continue? This version of BARONESS ORCZY'S novel is regarded as a classic British movie.
Screenplay by ROBERT E. SHERWOOD SAM BERMAN , ARTHUR WIMPERIS and LAJOS BIRO
Produced by ALEXANDER KORDA Directed by HAROLD YOUNG
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A weekly look at the world of computers and information technology with Ian McNaught-Davis and Fred Harris
From America, Freff reports from Pittsburgh,
Carnegie Mellon University is engaged in a massive computer project. The buildings in the university are being linked by fibre optic cable. Individual students will be required to have a computer and even to have access to the computer network from their rooms. Studio director TREVOR TAYLOR Series editor DAVID ALLEN
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Juliet Alexander presents the weekly magazine programme for Britain's black communities.
Each week Ebony reports on the news and the issues which matter most, talks to the people behind the news stories, and presents the best of what's happening in the world of arts and entertainment.
Studio director ANNIE MORRIS Producer JULIAN HENRIQUES
Executive producer JOHN WILCOX BBC Pebble Mill
Six films of early exploration Introduced by the pioneer polar explorer Duncan Carse 2: Wings Over Africa (1925) 'Congratulations Cobham! Magnificent show: now sit down and tell me all about it.' The words of King George V to the pioneer aviator
Sir Alan Cobham , on his return from his great trail-blazing flight from Croydon to Cape Town and back.
Altogether his primitive single-engine bi-plane flew some 8,000 miles, taking the first aerial pictures of the pyramids, crossing vast tracts of unexplored jungle, and nearly crashing into the Victoria Falls.
The second film in this superb series
(THE SUNDAY TIMES)
A whiff of adventure (TIME OUT) Original photographer BASIL EMMOTT Film editor PADDY WILSON
Producer RICHARD ROBINSON (R)
from the Hillier Arboretum with Roy Lancaster and Geoff Hamilton
Started in 1953 by the late Sir Harold Hillier , and presented to Hampshire County Council in 1977, the arboretum is acknowledged to have a more complete collection of shrubs and trees than any other in this country. Each season brings a new range of floral and foliage effects.
The cameras visited the arboretum last October when the colour was spectacular. Executive producer JOHN KENYON
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON Producer DENIS w. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
who casts his eye over some of the funnier customs prevalent today. Cherry Gillespie, Chris Emmett and Mike Berry join him to have a laugh at some of the more peculiar aspects of culture. Roy Hudd drops into Tom's dressing room, and both Roy and members of the public on Britain's streets, entertain Tom with their witticisms. He is accompanied by Graham Preskett in a musical look at the way the common cold can immobilise the average man.
Sound DAVID THOMPSON
Lighting BERT POSTLETHWAITE
Designers MICHAEL YOUNG, RICHARD MCMANANSMITH Producer RICK GARDNER
by LAWRENCE GOWING
A painter's view of working methods and common ground in work by three great artists, Bruegel, Goya, Matisse. Matisse
The Triumph of the Self
'The business of painting is here and now. In the 20th century great painters show their own new ways of living in the present.'
This last film of three by the distinguished painter and writer Sir Lawrence Gowing explores a small number of paintings by Henri Matisse (1869-1954) and visits three places which crucially influenced his developing use of pattern and colour -
Morocco, Nice and Collioiire, a little fishing village in south-west France.
'The unities that Matisse wanted were to be created out of the basic stuff of painting, the very colour that he thought of as "stirring the sensual heart of man".'
Film cameraman JEAN.CLAUDE BOIS Film editor CAROL OWENS
Produced by CHRISTOPHER BURSTALL
Ludovic Kennedy makes his choice of the week's television and, with his studio guests, discusses in detail:
Saturday Review (BBC2),
Spitting Image (Central) and From the Horse's Mouth (Channel 4)
Studio director NICHOLAS BARKER Producer CHARLES MILLER
John Tusa , Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary with Ian Smith and Jenni Murray
Producers JANA BENNETT
TIM GARDAM. MARK THOMPSON and DIANA MORTON
Directors JOHN WILKINSON. CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE , COLIN STANBRIDGE Deputy editor TIM ORCHARD Editor RICHARD TAIT
The Men's 's Free Programme Tonight's competition could be the closest of the week in Copenhagen. Last year's champion from
JOSEF SABOVCIK could find himself on thin ice in his predicted head-to-head battle with the World Champion from the Soviet Union,
ALEXANDR FADEEV. Both men include quadruple jumps in their repertoire so a successful attempt tonight could clinch the gold medal.
Britain's STEPHEN PICKAVANCE hopes for an improvement on ; his 15th place of 12 months ago and watching at rinkside is ALAN WEEKS.
Television presentation DR. DENMARK Producer jm RESIDE