Maths: Symbols and Equations
9 15 Childcare and Parenthood Where I'm At
Getting in touch with your own early childhood is a good way of approaching the study of young children.
Producer JOHN CHAPPLE (R)
9.38 Past Thirteen
Choices in the Third Year Choosing for What?
At options time you have to choose a school course which will be the foundation of your future. In this programme young people show how they built the bridge between 13 or 14 and 16. Narrated by WENDY JONES
SeriesproducerROSANNA HIBBERT (R)
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. INDIRA JOSHI helps Cosmo and Dibs make a magic potion and the number 3 is introduced. Book: Dhanji's Spaceship (R)
10.15 Music Time
Question and Answer
The West Indian song which tells the story of the greedy man who lost his dumplings. Presented by JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS
Director DAVID SCOTT COWAN
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT (R)
10.38 History File Divided Ireland
The first of two programmes exploring the partition of Ireland, and Ireland s different peoples and traditions.
Presenter TONY MCAULEY Consultant PAT LOUGHREY
Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN (R) ll.OZigZag
Spaceship Earth The Rocks
SHEELAGH GILBEY and PAUL COIA dig into the mysterious world of rocks, from moving continents to volcanic toffee.
Producer CHRIS ELLIS (R)
11.22 Thinkabout Pigeon Racing
Sally and Brad visit a pigeon loft and discover how to look after and train racing pigeons.
Producer SUE ARON (R)
11.40 General Studies Brave New Births
Test-tube babies, surrogate mothers, experiments on human embryos: ROBERT WINSTON , an infertility specialist, KIM COTTON and LADY WARNOCK explore some of the medical and ethical issues involved.
Producer CAROLINE GODLEY
Series producer BRUCE JAMSON (R)
12.10 pm Recovery
Presented by BRIAN REDHEAD 5: The Gamble (R)
12.35 The Rise and Fall of King Cotton
2: Women and Children First (R)
1.5 Play Tennis
1: Making Contact (R)
1.38 Casebook Scotland 6: The Built Environment
Intrepid space-traveller MURIEL GRAY boldly investigates the built environment around us. Director KATE KINNINMONT (R)
2.0 Words and Pictures Oink and Pearl
Pearl is irritated by her little brother and yearns for an older sister.
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R)
2.18 Tutorial Topics
New School and Homework
Two short films performed by the pupils of Holyrood School in Glasgow.
Producer LEN BROWN (R)
2.40 Religious Studies: Why Because?
1: All Creatures Great and Small This programme finds out how people's perceptions are different depending on their faith backgrounds.
Narrator MICHAEL HEATH Producer JULIA DRUM
Series producer SUE WEEKS (R)
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Long Distance Information Electronic information is changing the way we do business, forcing even our most ancient British institutions to update themselves.
Andrew Neil , Editor of the Sunday Times, gives a special report on the way that the Stock Exchange, Fleet Street and the legal profession are falling dangerously behind as they struggle to keep pace with the booming electronic information market. Director ALAN H. GRIFFITHS Series editor DAVID ALLEN
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[Continues a season of musicals, today starring Leslie Caron Mel Ferrer
Lili, a young and impressionable girl, finds refuge and romance in the magical world of the carnival. She falls in love with the dashing illusionist Marc, only to find that her true feelings are for the gentle puppeteer Paul. Leslie Caron, a former ballet dancer who came to fame in An
American in Paris, scored a huge success in the title role of this engaging musical romance.
Screenplay by HELEN DEUTSCH Based on a story by PAUL GALLlCO
Produced by EDWIN H. KNOPF
Directed by CHARLES WALTERS
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1972 Open Golf Championship
TONY JACKLIN won the Open in 1969, and within a year he became US Open Champion. In 1971 he finished the Open in third place behind a certain Mexican, Lee Trevino. So to 1972!
For Being There
'Imagine a country where you can be arrested for demonstrating against the government. Where you can be imprisoned for simply organising a demonstration. Where you can be arrested just for being there.'
According to CROWD (the Campaign for the Right of Assembly and Dissent), that country could soon be Britain with the introduction of the first Public Order Bill since 1936, which heralds tougher restrictions on assemblies, demonstrations and rallies. The government says it is only responding to growing public anxiety about disorder on the streets and hooliganism, but CROWD argues that this new legislation represents a major threat to civil liberties.
Film editor STEPHEN SAUNDERS Researcher PHILIPPA COUSINS
Executive producer TONY LARYEA Producer STEVE CONNELLY
Made by the CAMPAIGN FOR THE
RIGHTOF ASSEMBLY AND DISSENT With the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
If you want to make a programme or suggest programme ideas, write to Open Space, BBC Television Centre, London W128QT
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Science ... Fiction?
Once people looked to the Church to tell them about the world, now they look to science. Once everyone believed in heaven and hell, now most people believe in atoms and molecules, in stars and galaxies. But perhaps a time will come when these present theories are seen as superstitious myths; as the fictions of our time.
This programme tells a story which challenges beliefs people think unchallengeable. It is a story that calls into question the truths of the great project of knowledge now called science.
Narrator Alexander John Film editor CHRISTINE PANCOTT
Horizon editor ROBIN BRIGHTWELL Written and produced by HILARY LAWSON
by IAN DAVIDSON and PETER VINCENT starring George Cole and Barbara Ewing , Doris Hare
Some people will do anything to attain the dizzy heights of party membership. Reg is
'some people', but unhappily suffers from an ongoing ideological vertigo.
Designer MARK SEVANT
Produced and directed by JOHN KILBY
Bob Monkhouse presents his international comedy showcase, featuring this week the wit and comic observations of David Frost , the zany surrealist outlook of American star Emo Philips, and humour with music from The Flying Pickets. Featuring
THE HARRY STONEHAM BAND Programme associate NEIL SHAND Script associate DENNIS BERSON Sound supervisor
ADRIAN BISHOP LAGGETT
Lighting director BILL MILLAR Designer JAN SPOCZYNSKI Director GEOFF MILES
Produced by JOHN FISHER
Inside the Royal Navy's most secret service Polaris Patrol
Patrol for HMS Repulse means eight weeks hiding deep in the world's oceans. Narrator John Nettles As tense and gripping as any fictional drama. (DAILY EXPRESS) Written and produced by JONATHAN CRANE
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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.
A series of 26 programmes 19: Take a look at tonight's Italian news from RAIl, with some help from Enrico Verdecchia.
Chantal Cuer presents the lead stories from the rest of Europe and from TF1. Director NIGEL KELLEHER Producer ALAN WILDING
Series producer TERRY DOYLE
An Introduction to Economics: 1
Why are there grain mountains or food queues? What's the connection between elasticity and taxation? Demand and supply diagrams can help explain.
Producer PIP SURGEY