9.45 Countdown to the Open University (4)
10.10 Lecture by the Vice-Chancellor: Continuing Education for Industry
A bumper collection of new stories about that born loser Charlie Brown and his wonder dog.
with Janet Ellis, Mark Curry and Caron Keating
Don't miss your chance to catch up with the Monday and Thursday editions, including the launching of "Blue Peter V" at Portaferry - "Blue Peter"'s first lifeboat for Northern Ireland!
by LUCY M. BOSTON
Dramatised in four parts by JOHN STADELMAN
3: Tolly meets the other children at last and learns from them about the 'demon tree'.
(Shoum last Wednesday on BBC1)
Jenny and Tony are live on stage in London's
West End to announce the winners of the No Limits Powerplay Top Ten.
The McEwan's Inter District Championship
South of Scotland v Anglo-Scots
Introduced by Nigel Starmer-Smith Scotland captain COLIN DEANS led the South to their fourth successive clean sweep last season, while the Anglo-Scots won two and lost two.
The first International of the season against England is only four weeks away, and many of the players are out to catch the selectors' eye.
Highlights of this match, plus news and views of the rest of the weekend's rugby.
Commentator BILL MCLAREN Series producer HUW JONES
Christopher Jones , BBC
Parliamentary Correspondent, reports on another week of j debates in the House of Lords, and talks to peers of all parties on the politics and proceedings of the Upper Chamber.
Editor PHILIP CAMPBELL
starring Margaret Rutherford, Bernard Cribbins
The economy of the Duchy of Grand
Fenwick - ruled by the Duchess Gloriana - collapses when the state's only export, its wine, starts exploding. But when it's discovered that the exploding wine makes excellent rocket fuel, Prime Minister
Mountjoy takes a momentous decision; a Fenwickian will be the first man on the moon!
Screenplay by MICHAEL PERTWEE Based on the novel by LEONARD WIBBERLEY
Produced by WALTER SHENSON Directed by RICHARD LESTER
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Mayumi Plays Mozart
In the final programme in this series of Mozart's Violin
Concertos, Mayumi Fujikawa is joined by fellow Japanese musician Nobuko Imai in a performance of the Sinfonia Concertante (K 364) for violin and viola.
Janos Furst conducts the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the recital is introduced by Charlotte Green. Sound BRIAN DEWAR
Lighting DONALD SMITH
Producer HILARY BOULDING
Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland
The Self: What's so special about me?
Today Thinking Aloud turns to this crucial philosophical question - are we essentially the same or essentially different?
Joining Michael Ignatieff are: philosopher Martin Hollis feminist writer Toril Moi and political philosopher Quentin Skinner
Researcher MARK HARRISON Studio director IAN PAUL
Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN BBC Bristol
(Postponed from 16November)
featuring The Men's Downhill from Val Gardena
The 'Saslonch' course has a remarkable record in Alpine ski-racing - the last four winners here have gone on to clinch the World Cup downhill title, but the Groden Valley is also a happy hunting ground for Britain's downhillers with World Cup points in three of the last five seasons. Twelve months ago, MARTIN BELL 'S tenth place was the first of five point-scoring races in the blue riband championship.
DAVID VINE reports on this year's battle for honours in the Italian Dolomites while
DAVID GOLDSTROM is in Arosa for the first ladies action of the European season in the Swiss Alps.
Television presentation by RAI Italy and SRG Switzerland Producer JIM RESIDE
with Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton
PAUL BURDEN. MARK ROGERSON and FRANCINE STOCK Studio director KATHY GEE Editor JONATHAN CRANE
Screenplay by JOHN ELLIOT and MARTIN BOOTH
When the tigers in the hills of Kumaon turn from their natural prey to taking human life, the villagers send for help to naturalist and big-game hunter Jim Corbett. But it is the late 1920s and Jim is in his 50s. He now realises it is the great elephant drives and slaughter for sport that are seriously endangering the animal he describes as 'a large-hearted gentleman with boundless courage'.
Music TERRY OLDFIELD Designer JOHN BONE
Film editor MARTIN ELSBURY Photography ANDREW DUNN
Produced by RANI dube , PETER JONES Directed by ALEX KIRBY
A Natural World Special: BBC Bristol
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his sister Maggie:
Prizes of War
The 'windfall yachts' were built in the 1930s for adventure-training as part of Hitler's war preparations. In 1946 they were seized by the British and the majority were sailed to England.
Retired Naval Commander Peter Richardson recalls when he sailed the seized yacht Marabu from Kiel to
Portsmouth. German sailing champion Bruno Splieth tells how he kept two of the yachts, Kranich and Flamingo, sailing. Narrator Tom Salmon Film editor DAVID BARRETT Producer BRIAN HAWKINS (R)
Australia v England
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the third day's play in Adelaide.
Television presentation CHANNEL 9, Australia
Ludovic Kennedy presents his selection of the week's TV and reviews three programmes with his studio guests.
And from croquet to clay-pigeon shooting, via Sumo wrestling and synchronised swimming, armchair athletes are offered an ever-increasing range of television games. Producer CHARLES MILLER
(Shortened version tomorrow 5.30 pm)
continues a major season of films new to television. Tonight starring Beau Bridges
Shirley Muldowney became the first professional female racing driver and three-times World Champion drag racer. This factually-based biopic tells the story of her rise to fame from amateur to professional - and of her struggle against male prejudice both on and off the track. For Shirley her success means a deteriorating marriage and other problems when she begins a relationship with her fiercest competitor.
Screenplay by KEN FRIEDMAN Produced by CHARLES ROVEN
Directed by JONATHAN KAPLAN
(First showing on British television)
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John Muldowney (aged 15-23):
Mrs Marianne Kalitta: