Science: Spreading Oceans
9.20 Let's Go - Series 3 Presented by BRIAN RIX
10: Let's Find Out About Things (R)
9.35 Descubra Espana Unos ratos libres
Una cita; reportaje deportivo; pasatiempos y fiestas. (R)
9.52 Mathscore Two Massive Ending
ROGER SLOMAN finds his own volume and discovers that ELAINE DONNELLY can be balanced against one third of a million pounds' (R)
10.15 Look and Read The Boy from Space by RICHARD CARPENTER In the Spaceship (R)
10.38 Geography Casebook: Britain
The British Car Industry
Austin Rover's new cars face fierce competition in Britain from giant multinationals.
Producer david SCOTT cowan (R)
Then and Now: Entertainment
11.17 Look, Look and Look Again. Working Drawings Interest and subjects for drawing in old machinery. (R)
11.39 Science Topics Macromolecules
Polymers: what they are and what they are used for
Series producer PETER BRATT (R)
12.0 Une annee chez les
Francais. Le cure de campagne 'I am Breton first, then French,' says the country priest. (R)
12.30 pm Deutsch direkt!
The last programme in the series for beginners in German Presented by HANNI VANHAIDEN Film editor TERRY WILLIAMS
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI(R)
12.55 Pages from Ceefax
1.20 Rendez-vous: France
Loisirs. Apres I'ecole; a la une; en vacances. (R)
1.38 Let's See. The Sea
4: The Daughter of the King Ron A drama by HECTOR MACMILLAN Producer
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Dibs cannot be sureAf Cosmo can read or not. There's a film about a 6-month old baby. Presenter MIKE GRADY
Director NICCI CROWTHER (R)
2.15 Near and Far Water Moves In
Flooding valleys for reservoirs is one way of supplying the increasing demand for water. (R)
2.40 Exploring Science
Solving the Energy Problem
What is the energy problem and how can we solve it? (R)
Fearghas, Lord of the Isles:
Daughter of King Ron:
by ROALD DAHL
Told by Michael Palin for Jackanory
Today: The Golden Tickets
Written and presented by Johnny Ball
Computer engineer, graphic artist, seismic surveyor.
Join Johnny as he explores jobs of the future.
Today it's fashion design.
Find out what school children wore 4,000 years ago.
Discover why clothes now look the way they do, and catch a glimpse of what up-and-coming fashion designers are dreaming up for tomorrow. Also taking part: Pallas, Hermes, students from The Arts Educational Schools, children from
Chesham High School and Eaton Mill County Combined School, Milton Keynes. Music PETER GOSUNG
Make-up designer LINDA BURR
Costume designer ROMAYNE WOOD Producer ANN REAY
Director JANE TARLETON
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A series of 24 programmes Ep 21 by BARRY PURCHESE It's examination time at
Grange Hill and that brings special problems for Zammo and Fay. Ant has chosen his options, but Mr Bronson has other ideas.
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Production associate DAVID LEONARD
Costume designer SHARON LEWIS
Make-up designer CHRISTINABAKER Producer RONALD SMEDLEY Director MARGIE BARBOUR
(For cast see Friday page 69)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with subtitles, followed by Weather
In 1977 the Chinese dominated the World
Championships held in Britain. Early the following year they returned to contest the final of the Norwich Union Championships.
Dreaming spires and ballroom dancing, ice skating and rally cars, penny farthings, speedway, film trailers, videos and all the regular features of the world's fastest TV rock show.
Tony and Jenny motor down through the Midlands to find there's more to Oxford than the dark blue half of a boat race.
MICK PATRICK. DEBBIE SEARLE
Associate producer JONATHAN KING Producer PETER HAMILTON BBC Manchester
A drama series in five parts based on the stories by R. GERALLT JONES 4: The Fugitive
Joni finds and befriends an escaped prisoner-of-war. As police and troops close in on the fugitive, Joni discovers the true meaning of betrayal.
Written by RUTH CARTER
Directed by STEPHEN BAYLY
(A Welsh programme with English sub-titles originally shown on S4C)
The Story of Little Rabbit and Big Rabbit
5: Betting on a Certainty
When business is good, the Chinese gamble; when business is bad, the Chinese gamble. This unwritten law of economics has made
Stanley Ho so much money that he doesn't even know how much he's worth. Apart from three Rolls-Royces at his Hong Kong house he has property and businesses in Portugal, Spain, Australia, the Philippines and Macau. The flourishing source of all this wealth, as he tells reporter David Lomax , is a string of casinos. How did he set them up? How does he keep coining it in? Why, among his gifts to charities, did he give so much money to the RAF Museum at Hendon? Why does he need the biggest fleet of jet-powered ferries in the world?
Research ELIZABETH FARRAR Film editor ALEX RICHARDSON Producer BRIAN DA VIES
Notes are available by sending a large sae with 28p postage to: [address removed]
Every year thousands of youngsters end up on the streets of London, looking for a job and a cheap place to live. Some make it, but for far too many of them the dream turns into a nightmare. They end up on the margins of society, without a roof over their heads - scavenging for a living. Few Londoners have any idea about how these thousands of youngsters survive. In the week that an official report shows homelessness at record levels and the homeless getting ever younger, Peter Marshall investigates.
ProducerNICK HAYES South East editor PHILIP HARDING
Where We and Our World Came From.
The story of our origins - the origins of our universe, of life and of man - is one of our greatest mysteries. But today, a single coherent account is emerging to explain and link the three events.
Jonathan Miller introduces a search backwards through time for tell-tale traces of the evidence that scientists try to interpret. Paul Vaughan describes some of the most recent studies filmed all round the world.
With insights gained from this new perspective, what can we predict for the future of mankind? Can we expect expansion.... or extinction? Are we the end of the line or just another stage in the origin of something new?
including at 9.30* Interval
FEATURE: page 82
Written and produced by:
The Chancellor of the Exchequer
The Rt Hon Nigel Lawson , mp, for the Government.
Donald MacCormick introduces the Budget-night edition of Newsnight, with comment and reaction.
Peter Snow , with the help of the BBC computer, analyses the measures announced in the Chancellor's speech.
Will Hutton and Nicholas Woolley assess the likely impact on both the economy and employment.
Ian Smith presents a round-up of the day's other news, at home and abroad.
Education:CanYouHearMe? The effects of deafness on educational potential can be devastating. At Heathlands School for the Deaf in St Albans. parents and teachers overcome the barriers that deafness creates to develop their children's language and learning abilities to the full.
Producer SUZANNE CAMPBELL-JONES (R)