9.38 Going to Work
Mum's at Work by COLIN DAVIS Some of the problems facing working mothers.
With ANN CURTHOYS
ARTHUR KELLY , JOHN ROWE
FRANCESCA BRILL. GLYN ROBERTS SARAH KERSLAKE. BRIAN CAPRON Series producer PAUL MITCHELL (R) (e)
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Presenter SHEILA CHITNIS Film director ADRIAN MILLS
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (e)
10.15 Music Time. Two in a Bar A marching song introduces two beats in a bar. Recognising the sounds of different percussion instruments which, together with two trumpets, play some military music.
Presenters JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS with SIMON FERGUSON (trumpet) MICHAEL MEEKS
(trumpet and comet) KEVIN HATHWAY and JOY POWDRILL (percussion) and children from
FLEET PRIMARY SCHOOL
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT (R) (e)
10.38 Let's See
Scottish Winter Festivals
Presented by BLYTHE BROCKETT Lots of people celebrate
Christmas and New Year, but there are many other winter festivals - all with roots in the far distant past when the passing of the winter solstice gave cause for celebrations. Director PETER LEGGE
Producer MARIANNE BAIRD (R) (e) ll.OZigZag. The Arctic
PAUL COLA begins to explore the strange and wonderful world of the midnight sun. Producer CHRIS ELLIS (R) (e)
11.22 English Time: Storytelling
Spells, Charms and Curses Three different types of traditional tales: 'Willy and the Piece of Wood' told by professional storyteller
HUGH lupton; 'The Paper Bag Princess', an unconventional folk tale; and 'The Lambton Worm', a well-known legend from the north-east of England Storytellers
HUGH LUPTON , JANET PALMER and BRENDAN HEALY
Producer DAVID MELDRUM (e)
11.45 Tutorial Topics New School
What's it like to make the big change from primary to secondary school? Followed by Homework
What happens when homework gets left until the very last minute?
Producer LEN BROWN (R) (e)
12.8 pm Italians
A portrait of Italy today, seen through the lives of five different Italians. 1: Claudio's Beach
CLAUDIO CASADEI earns his living by renting umbrellas and sunbeds on the beach at Rimini, Italy's biggest holiday resort. He's called a 'bagnino' and his whole family work with him at Beach 72 - and do very well.
Claudio loves his job, and his views on Italians provide a special, humorous and at times outrageous insight
Into the Italian character. Narrated by MICHAEL PENNINGTON
Written by DAVID WILLEY
Series Producer JEREMY BENNETT
Producer RICHARD DENTON (R) (e)
12.40 General Studies East Versus West
Views from the West
The first of three programmes looking at some of the issues which divide the east and the west. In this programme some of the causes of conflict in east-West relations are explored. narrator NICK ROSS
"oaucer BRUCE JAMSON (R) (e)
1.5 Micro Live
The weekly magazine which aims to provide a greater understanding of information technology today, (e)
1.38 Job Bank
Different jobs and work with computers.
Series Producer PAUL MITCHELL (e)
The Three Little Pigs
A straw house is too frail to stand up to the wolfs huffing and puffing, and so is the house built of sticks.
However, there is a happy ending for the three little pig,
Presenter VICKY IRELAND
Puppets ALAN PLATT
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
People and the Elements: When the Wind Blows
A look at some of the ways in which the wind can affect people and landscape. Producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
A personal view in 13 parts by J. Bronowski
3: The Grain in the Stone
The wandering nomads cease their migrations and settle in townships, learning new skills. Here, the late Dr Bronowski discovers the origins of science in the interaction of hand and brain. Man can split a stone into pieces, but must put the piece together again to make a wall, a cathedral, a city. The programme takes architecture as the model for science, from the Inca cities in the high Andes to the Roman aqueducts in Spain, from the great cathedrals of medieval
France to modem Los Angeles, as man uncovers the laws of nature in the stone.
Senior producer DICK GILUNG Editor ADRIAN MALONE (R)
Books: The Ascent of Man, £8.75
The Day the Universe Changed, £14.95 from booksellers
Kettle on? Tea's made?
Then sit down and relax with some afternoon delights. BBC Pebble Mill
A documentary series giving an insight, month by month, into the lives of individual French men and women.
January: The Parisian Singer Marie-Paule Belle is a popular singer. Her songs are sometimes romantic, often comic. This week in January is particularly important for her life and work.
This deft and joyous film (DAILY MAIL) Film cameraman LAN STONE
Producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF (R)
The popular game of musical knowledge with Frank Muir and John Amis challenging
Denis Norden and Ian Wallace over questions set by Steve Race
Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPE (R)
starring Hedy Lamarr George Brent Paul Lukas
Following the sudden death of a woman he meets on a train,
Dr Bailey is suspicious of the circumstances surrounding the event.
Becoming involved in the sinister world dominated by her brother, he discovers that the man is maniacally obsessed by his beautiful wife and attempting to drive her insane.
Alec (5 years old) ..BILLY WARD Screenplay by WARREN DUFF Produced by WARREN DUFF
Directed by JACQUES TOURNEUR
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Dr Huntington Bailey:
A series of four programmes Billie Jean King
It was in writing a school essay that Billie Jean first set her sights on Wimbledon as being the 'Mecca' of her tennis world; and it was as a tennis junior excluded from a team photograph for being 'unconventionally' dressed that she started her crusade to bring social change into her sport.
Billie Jean King (nee Moffitt) was not always the darling of Wimbledon Centre Court.
The British crowd in the 60s did not appreciate that fiery ambition which drove her towards 20 Wimbledon titles, though they admired her achievements.
Barry Davies talks to Billie Jean in her New York office about those achievements, and the life which was so dramatically changed when her affair with Marilyn Barnett was 'laundered' through the American courts.
The Blind Watchmaker based on the book by RICHARD DAWKINS
If someone looked inside your watch and told you that all the little wheels, cogs, springs and gears had simply fallen together by pure chance - you'd think they were mad!
You know a watch must have a watchmaker.
And what about the beautiful complexity of living things? Did they come together by chance too - or did they have an intelligent designer? God? So argued ancient clerics. And so too do modem creationists. They even use a bizarre shaggy dinosaur story to discredit Darwin. But Darwin has a modern champion in Dr Richard Dawkins - the Oxford zoologist. He goes dinosaur-tracking in deepest Texas and tries to convince us that evolution, The Blind
Watchmaker, really works. Film editor PETER CLARKE Written and produced by JEREMY TAYLOR
Horizon editor ROBIN BRIGHTWELL
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Rt Hon Harold Macmillan in conversation with Robert McKenzie
As a tribute to Lord Stockton, who died last month, BBC2 shows again two programmes in which he talked about the last years of his premiership, 1961-1963.
In this first part he describes the background to de Gaulle's veto; his 1962 Cabinet changes which came to be known as 'the night of the long knives'; the Cuba crisis when the third world war seemed imminent; his close friendship with President
Kennedy; and the successful signing of the Test Ban Treaty.
Film editor ROGER GUERTIN
Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS (R) (Part 2 tomorrow at 9.0 pm)
Symphony No 4 in F minor, Op 36
Two years and the greatest emotional crisis of his life separate Tchaikovsky's fourth symphony from his third. Out of this crisis emerged a symphonic method which enabled him to fulfil his talent. Describing the music of this symphony
Tchaikovsky said, 'The main idea ... is suggestive of the idea of Fate, the inevitable power that hampers our search for happiness. One's whole life is just a perpetual traffic between the grimness of reality and one's fleeting dreams of happiness.' BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mariss Yansons
From St David 's Hall, Cardiff Introduced by Humphrey Burton and H. C. Robbins-Landon
(Manfred Symphony tomorrow at
with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Nick Worrall
And the day's news with Nick Clarke GillNevill 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
with Klaus Rdmer Tagesschau
The national news from West Germany, broadcast from Hamburg on ARD's first channel, in the run-up to the general election.
Klaus Romer helps with the language and Peter Fiddick looks at the complex political arrangements which regulate the structure of broadcasting in West Germany.
Videotape editor PETE DUNKLEY Director NICK DAVIES
Researcher DANIELLA DANGOOR
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)