Psychology: It's a Matter of Opinion
9.38 Science Workshop Cleaning (A)
Producer MICHAEL COYLE (R)
10.0 You and Me
Cosmo's tears turn to laughter while she and Dibs are helping JENI BARNETT at the market. Book: Lazy Jack (R)
10.15 MI 10: Mathematical Investigations 17: Get the Facts
'Men are taller than women.' Always? And how might you test such a statement?
18: Rolling. Stonehenge, a 50p coin and a drill which creates a square hole.
Presenter HILARY CLOUGH
Animation STEWART HARDY FILMS Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Producers ROBIN MUDGE and DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.38 Maths at Work
2: Young people use CSE maths at work.
Producer ROGER FRY (R)
11.0 Words and Pictures Auntie Min
11.17 Let's See. The Sea 1: Out of the Sea
It's a Wheelchair not a Pram
You Can't See the Wood....
DAVID BELLAMY examines the natures and uses of trees.
6: The Fruits of our Labour (R)
12.35 Rockschool 7: Reggae (R)
1.0 Maths Help (11)
For adults studying maths to O-level, this series offers help with common difficulties. 7: Matrices (1) (R)
1.15 Higher Education What Sort of Course? An introduction to polytechnics, colleges and institutes of higher education. Producer ROSANNA HIBBERT (R)
Alternative Technology 4: It's Only Natural
Presenter DAVID PARRY-JONES Producer IFOR REES BBC Wales
Then and Now: Shopping
To find out more about life in Britain in the early days of this century, Louise visits a reconstructed shop in the North of England Open Air Museum at Beamish. There, with BOB COATES , a former grocer, she discovers what shopping was like in the past.
Presenters LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and JAMES EARL ADAIR
Series producer DAVID TAFT
2.18 Look, Look and Look Again Pattern in Place
A walk in the forest - a visit to the seashore. A Banbury class looks closely at natural textures and patterns. (R)
2.40 Zig Zag. The Atmosphere
The Chuckle Brothers in Cleaning Chaos Music DAVE COOKE
Designer MARCUS NORTH Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC Manchester
in Hives and Robinson Cruise Ho (R)
by DICK KING-SMITH
Told by Peter Davison for Jackanory
Today: Trials (R)
Hosted by Vince Purity
The touring quiz game and talent contest featuring
Jock and the Rhythm Boys and the four Purettes.
Heat 2: Played out on the Big Board Game, its the 'Pick-a-Performer', 'Break-a-Leg', 'Hook-a-Duck', 'Give-us-a-Number' and 'We've-Got-a-Winner' show. Whoever wins will return for the grand final and compete again for the coveted 'Vinnie' award.
Today's teams are:
THE SYLVIA YOUNG THEATRE SCHOOL,London,and THE WHITTAKER DANCE AND
Devised by COLIN BENNETT Music by MIKE MCNAUGHT
Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON
by ADAM DELANEY
When Alex and his mother run from a violent home in Glasgow they find there is no escape. Fear and hatred in themselves travels with them - and erupts when racist tensions flare in inner-city London.
Studio lighting DUNCAN BROWN
Camera supervisor JOHN DAILLEY Designer PAMELA LAMBOOY Executive producer ANGELA BEECHING
Director MARGIE BARBOUR
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with subtitles, followed by Weather
Introduced by Jeremy James Learn all the basics and improve your game week by week with Jeremy Flint. Director UNDA MCCARTHY
Producer MARK PATTERSON (R)
Also starring Jean Simmons, Herbert Marshall
Called out when wealthy Mrs Tremayne is found gassed, ambulanceman Frank Jessup encounters her stepdaughter, the spoiled and enigmatic Diane. Fascinated by her, Frank becomes the family chauffeur and is soon involved in a mysterious web of intrigue and murder...
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From a story by:
Produced and directed by:
TV's law and justice
Magazine. In the studio,
David Jessel and Sue Cook This week: the age-old crime of horse rustling is on the increase. A horse in a field near a Motorway can be moved across the country, sold and slaughtered within 24 hours. The thief can get up to E500 at a slaughter house. But a South Wales family are hoping Ladbroke Lass and Bonzo, their two show
Jumpers, are worth more alive. out of Court follows them on their search of the horse markets.
Reporter Ed Boyle
Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer HUGH PURCELL
An ll-part television history of Britain at work in the 20th century.
7: Working the Land
Old film, and personal testimony from farmers and farm workers show the changes that have taken Place on the land. When Suffolk farmworker
Len Sharman began, he ploughed one acre a day, with a single furrow:
'We thought they were good days then, but we didn't know any different. Looking back on them today, I can't see anything good about them. It was only slavery, slogging for very little money'.
Today one man and a tractor can plough up to 60 acres in a day.
Narrator John Woodvine Producer JONATHAN LEWIS Executive producer
PETER PAGNAMENTA (R)
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Chief Surgeon Who?
Frank Burns 's complaints of indiscipline result in the appointment of a chief surgeon - one
Hawkeye Pierce. Incensed at such a move, Frank and Hotlips alert General Barker who turns up one night to see the 4077th as it really is ... and it is not a pretty sight.
Written by LARRY GELBART
Directed by E.W. SWACKHAMER (R)
Major Frank Burns:
The last of three films set in Paris during a century of revolution.
By the middle of the 19th century Ingres is the grand old man of French painting. His arch-rival Delacroix is still the guiding light of the Romantics.
But there is one genius, a contemporary of both men, who has been utterly forgotten. A writer, Charles Clement, sets out to investigate the mysterious and tragic figure of Theodore Gericault.
Written and directed by:
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.
11.40 Writing History. How various kinds of evidence, from government reports to private diaries and letters, are used in writing history. Producer PATRICIA HODGSON
12.5 Biology, Brain and Behaviour Extracts from future topics in this series - visual perception, mating behaviour, the brain's left hemisphere and nerve cells. Producer JACK KOUMI