9.15 Casebook Scotland Coping with the Weather
MURIEL GRAY finds out how
Scots cope with their climate. Producer ROBERT CLARK (R) (e)
9.35 Pages from Ceefax
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Dibs says 'I wish I were you' and imagines himself as Cosmo. Go to the seaside to meet Tessa, who lives there, build sandcastles and catch crabs. With MIKE GRADY Director
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
10.15 Science Workshop Hearing (B)
Steel bands, harpists and church bells. Why pop musicians can go deaf and why pilots need new sound signals. (R) (e)
10.38 Investigating Science Solving Problems by Measurement
1: Astronomical Measurements From the Greeks to the present day - how the problem of measuring distances between the nearest stars and planet Earth have been solved. With MARGARET PENSTON Producer ROBIN GWYN (e)
2: Seeing Clearly?
How can the process of measurement be used to enable a fair comparison of how clearly people see things? Presenter FRED HARRIS (e) Producer CAROLINE GODLEY
Series producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
11.0 Words and Pictures Slippery Snow
11.17 Let's See
3: Living on a Croft
11.40 Equal People
What's Got into You?
12.2 pm Maths Topics Statistics 5
Probability II: the 0 1 scale; manipulating probabilities; randomised response method. Producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
12.25 Job Bank Family Business
12.48 Descubra Espana Unos ratos libres
Una cita; reportaje deportivo; pasatiempos y fiestas
1.10 Issues of Law
With MICHAEL MOLYNEUX
6: A Change for the Better (R) (e) Book, £4.25 from booksellers
1.38 Around Scotland Behind the Scenes 2: Pantomime
The plans, preparations and people involved in presenting a Christmas pantomime.
Presented by JOHN CARMICHAEL with students of the Royal
Academy of Music and Drama Producer ISHBEL MACLEAN
Series editor MARIANNE BAIRD (e)
2.0 Thinkabout In the Mirror
Frank and Sally go looking for reflections, with some surprising results. There's a story about a rain puddle and a new song called 'Who's that in there?'. Leroy and Lennie and a sequence with bendy mirrors complete the programme.
Frank .............................JIM DUNK Sally .....................VICKY LICORISH Producer DEREK LONGHURST (R) (e)
Winter Festival: Finland
Introduced by David Icke
A diet of top-class sporting action and opinion reflecting news from home and abroad and this week featuring
Formula Ford motor racing, a profile of British downhill skier Martin Bell and a report on the Second Test between England and Australia in Perth. Producers GRAHAM FRY and CAMPBELL FERGUSON
For music and conversation join Pamela and her guests live in the studio.
Producer LOUIS ROBINSON BBC Pebble Mill
Valley of Hope
The people of the beautiful valley of La Esperanza have seen a quarter of their young children die this year. In the next village a revolutionary health plan is succeeding - can it be brought to La Esperanza and the rest of the world? If it can, 20,000 of the children who die every day throughout the world could be saved.
Reporter Peter Adamson
Series producer wiluam Nicholson Producer DAVID BOWEN-JONES (R)
Presented by Jill Neville
Under discussion this week is Pocket Money, an expose of the fast-living world of championship snooker by GORDON BURN.
Researcher CHRIS WILSON Producer JOHN wmston
Mary Murphy When gunman Wesley Steele comes across the wreckage and dead victims of a stage hold-up, he is forced to kill a lawman in self-defence. On the run he sets about discovering who was responsible for the original robbery and murder.
Milland made his directorial debut with this tense
Wesley Steele ray MlLLAND Nadine Corrigan
Corrigan...............WARD BOND Stanley .............RAYMOND BURR Dr Martin ..........ARTHUR SPACE Clantin...............LEE VAN CLEEF Anderson ................ALAN HALE Slocum ........DOUGLAS SPENCER Maybanks......THOMAS B. HENRY Luke Joiner .GRANDON RHODES Ortega ......MARTIN GARRALAGA Screenplay byJOHN TUCKER BATTLE from a story byMORT BRISKIN Produced by HERBERT J. YATES Directed byRAY MILLAND
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England RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the final day's play in Perth.
Television presentation CHANNEL 9, Australia
At 45, Paul Simon recently enjoyed his biggest hit single since 'Bridge over troubled waters' and his first solo number one album, 'Graceland'.
His comeback was inspired by a controversial trip to South Africa, during which he recorded and composed with black musicians.
During October, while one of these groups, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, was in London recording their own album, Simon talked to Whistle Test about his discovery of 'township jive' music and its effect on his own songwriting.
With contributions from Hugh Masekela and Joseph Shabalala, music from Ladysmith Black Mambazo and clips from the videos for 'You can call me AI', 'Homeless' and 'The boy in the bubble'.
Whether you think it's an ass or an asset, the law affects us all. Justice may be blind and its path may be strewn with law-makers and law-breakers, but David Jessel and Sue Cook are in the studio to help light its way.
And Ed Boyle investigates controversial cases and legal loopholes.
Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer ALAN BOOKBINDER
with For Want of a Boot
Hawkeye can have as many diapers and rubber pants as his heart desires, but can he persuade the supply sergeant to get him a new boot? You've got to be kidding ... unless he can have a favour in return....
Written by SHELDON KELLER Directed by DON WEIS (R)
Major Frank Burns:
A drama in four parts by NIGEL WILLIAMS
3: Divorce seems inevitable for the Mailers and social worker Clare has to decide which of the parents can offer a better home for Tony.
Music composed by SIMON ROGERS Designer DICK COLES
Film sound MALCOLM WEBBERLEY Producer SALLY HEAD Director STUART BURGE
Girls at Jackson's:
Girls at Jackson's:
Last of eight programmes The Right to Know
Who told you about sex, and who is going to tell your kids about sex? Generations have somehow avoided the issue by not discussing it openly. Counsellor Anne Hooper argues that a good sex education, from an early age, would go a long way towards eliminating some of the problems sex causes between people. Perhaps parents can learn something from hearing the teenagers in the programme tackling the issue. Film editor JOHN DINWOODIE
Series producer MIKE WEATHERLEY Producer MARION ALLINSON (e)
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with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Nick Worrall
All the day's news with Ian Smith , Nick Clarke
Gill Nevill and Chris Lowe Producers
TIM GARDAM. MARK THOMPSON DIANA MORTON. JOHN BRIDCUT Directors CHRIS FOX
JOHN WILKINSON , JAMES GOULD Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE. ADRIAN MILNE Deputy editor TIM ORCHARD Editor RICHARD TAIT