Maths: Tutor-marked Assignments
9.15 Childcare and Parenthood The Child and Other People For the young child, the prospect of starting school, going to the dentist, or to the hospital can be frightening. Producer JOHN CHAPPLE (R)
9.38 Past Thirteen
Choices in the Third Year Your Child's Choice
As a parent, you feel some responsibility for the fourth-and fifth-year course your child is choosing. This programme cannot cover all the option permutations which schools are offering nationwide, but it does introduce you to two careers teachers with very positive views; some employers; the new GCSE exam; and some teenagers who have been through it all.
Series producer ROSANNA HIBBERT
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo and Dibs seek a good name for a new toy.
LENA introduces her family who are travellers and live with her in a 'trailer'. Song: 'Knicky, knicky, knacky, noo' (R)
10.15 Music Time
The Sleeping Beauty
The complete story, illustrated by puppets, with music by Tchaikovsky.
Presented by JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS (R)
10.38 History File
British Social History The Cholera's Coming.
1831: the desperate measures taken in the north of England as the dreaded disease spreads. (R)
11.0 Zig Zag. Find that Man
A stranger leaves his briefcase behind. The children have 24 hours to track him down and return it. (R)
11.22 Thinkabout. Eggs
Watch baby ducklings hatching out of their shells and see how to blow an egg and decorate it using a wax-resistant method. Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
11.40 General Studies Film of the Book The History Man
'One of the best novels of 1975' became, in 1981, a four-part television play. Some of the issues involved in the process of adaptation are discussed by author MALCOLM BRADBURY , dramatist CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON , director
ROBERT KNIGHTS and actor ANTONY SHER.
Series producer BRUCE JAMSON Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
12.5 pm Pages from Ceefax
12.35 The Rise and Fall of King Cotton
These programmes examine some of the technical, scientific, economic and political threads in the story of the rise and fall of one of the world's most important textiles. 6: Full Circle (R)
1.5 Play Tennis
Five programmes with a new step-by-step method for beginners. 5: Play the Game (R)
1.38 Casebook Scotland 10: Get off My Back!
A play by STUART PATERSON which asks a few questions about teenagers' relationships with each other.
Director ISHBEL MACLEAN
2.0 Words and Pictures Trog and the Dog
Getting the sheep into the fold is a problem for the Trog family until the Quickerwits show them how to train a dog to do the job for them. (R)
2.18 Tutorial Topics Alone on the Moors by GLYN HUGHES
As the fog comes down, Paul's walk across the moors becomes a nightmare. (R)
Followed by Asian Girl
PERMlNDERPAL GILL , a 13-year-old Sikh girl born in Britain, weighs up the pros and cons of living in two cultures. (R)
2.40 Religious Studies: Why Because?
What do They Believe?
A look at the Aborigines of Australia, their religious beliefs and their relationship to their environment, in an attempt to get children to view a 'belief system' from the outside. Narrator MICHAEL HEATH Producer SUE WEEKS
Lesley Judd tries out the multi-million pound air traffic control simulator at
RAF Shawbury. Fred Harris considers learning some other computer languages. And a music teacher in Reading has revolutionised her lessons.... Studio director
ALAN HAYDN GRIFFITHS
Producer PATRICK TITLEY
Gordon MacRae with Dan Dailey Ernest Borgnine This lively film biography of the song-writing team of De Sylva , Brown and Henderson, features many of their successes, especially those of the 1920s and 30s, including 'The birth of the blues',
'Sonny boy', 'It all depends on you' and the title song.
Gordon MacRae , who died recently, stars as Buddy De Sylva.
Screenplay by WILLIAM BOWERS , PHOEBE EPHRON Based on a story by JOHN O'HARA Produced by HENRY EPHRON Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ
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Innocents at Risk
The idea of abusing your own children, or even killing them, is beyond most parents' comprehension. But for loving parents to be falsely accused - and lose their children - must be the ultimate nightmare.
'She was screaming and I was desperate to explain what had happened but they wouldn't believe me.' Members of PAIN, Parents Against
INjustice, use examples from their own harrowing experiences to demand improvements in a system which both failed to save Jasmine Beckford and sometimes destroys innocent families.
Film cameraman JOHN ELSE
Film editor STEPHEN SAUNDERS
Executive producer TONY LARYEA Producer GAVIN DUTTON
Director STEPHANIE CARTWRIGHT Made by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
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In the Wake of HMS Sheffield On 4 May 1982 an Exocet missile smashed its way into HMS Sheffield. Twenty-one men died. Such real warfare is the only way the military can find out just how well their technology and tactics work. And lessons are learned: four weeks later HMS Avenger fought off a similar attack. For the first time on television, Argentine pilots describe how they set about such attacks. British captains tell how they fought to stave off the missiles and bombs, and what it taught them. Will their new strategies and weapons be a match for the supersonic missiles being made to replace Exocet?
Narrator Paul Vaughan Film editor ROBERT BROWN
Horizon editor ROBIN BRIGHTWELL Written and produced by GRENVILLE WILLIAMS and EDWARD BRIFFA
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Presenting, in reverse order of likelihood: The Great
Decomposers, MacMillan and Life, Marc and Karen and Desmond, Lady Chatterley's Acquaintance, Princess
Diana's husband and, above all, something else featuring
Rory Bremner with Ann Bryson
Sara Crowe , John Dowie
Jeremy Hardy , Steve Steen Jim Sweeney
Written by RORY BREMNER IAN BROWN. PAUL B. DAVIES
JEREMY HARDY. JAMES
HENDRIE JOHN LANGDON. JEREMY PASCALL TERRY RAVENSCROFT. NICK REVELL PETE SINCLAIR. ANDREA SOLOMONS CHRIS STAGG. CLARE TAYLOR DICK VOSBURGH Music by SIMON BRINT. RICHARD GEERE Choreographer JEFF THACKER Script editor BOB SINFIELD
Lighting WARWICK FIELDING Designer BOB COVE
Director MARCUS MORTIMER Producer BILL WILSON
America's leading comedy star, Joan Rivers , in the company of her co-host Peter Cook , presents a further show featuring outrageous conversation, gossip, humour and music.
What does Cher do best in bed?
What does Bernard Manning really think of gays?
What happens when Joan calls the White House?
Join Joan's guests tonight, Arcadia featuring Simon Le Bon and Nick Rhodes
Cher, Rupert Everett
Russell Grant ,
Bernard Manning and, by telephone, Mrs Nancy Reagan to find out.
Music HARRY STONEHAM
Programme associate NEIL SHAND Script associates BARRY CRYER TOM PEREW. DICK VOSBURGH Sound HUGH BARKER Lighting BILL MILLAR
Designer GRENVILLE HORNER Director GEOFF MILES
Produced by JOHN FISHER
'The cover-drive is the most beautiful stroke in batsmanship.'
Colin Cowdrey demonstrating his favourite shot was to sense the effortlessness, the impeccable timing, and the power of a truly maestro cricketer. He played for
England 114 times, scoring more than seven and a half thousand runs.
As a captain there were criticisms of his ability to motivate the England team, though he did lead Kent for 15 years, and they won both the County Championship and the Gillette Cup in that time. Barry Davies talks to
Cowdrey on the cricket field at Tonbridge School and in the school house where he spent his formative years. Film cameraman DAVID HUTCHINS Film editor DAVE GOOD Producer JEFF GODDARD
Introduced from Paris by Donald MacCormick In yesterday's French parliamentary elections President Mitterand was facing the prospect of the centre-right opposition gaining a majority of the seats. David Sells reports on the outcome and assesses the reaction. In London, Olivia O'Leary and Ian Smith with the rest of the day's news and comment.
A series of 26 programmes
23: Tonight's bulletin comesfrom TFl; plus a round-up of the main stories across Europe.
Presented by Chantal Cuer Director NIGEL KELEHER Producer TERRY DOYLE