Maths: 'Real' Exponential Functions
9.38 Politics and You You and the Union
The popular image of trade unions is often a negative one, but YTS trainees and a group of fifth-formers discover how unions can help them and how they themselves can become active members. The union is also helping Middlesbrough hospital workers fight the issue of privatisation.
Producer ANDY WALKER (R) (e)
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
JENI BARNETT helps Cosmo find a hat to fit Dibs. A visit to a ceilidh for some Irish dancing. Book: Emma and the Measles by GUNILLA WOLDE and ALMQVIST AND WIKSELL FORLAG AB
Story animation LEO BELTOFT
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
10.15 Music Time Hary Jdnos : part 3
10.38 Let's See
Minibeasts. 3: The Workers Presented by MICHAEL scott A close look at two different kinds of social insect - the wood ant and the honey bee.
Producer MARIANNE BAIRD (R) (e)
11.0 Zig Zag. Canada: part 4 PAUL cola investigates totem poles and finds out about the beaver.
What Should I Do?
Endings by TONY PARKER
Including ideas from viewers on what the four heroes should do as well as the stories of what they did do.
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
11.45 Tutorial Topics Teachers
Claire needs a book to do her homework, but she is afraid to ask Mr Green for one. Mr Green has his own fears. An improvised story by pupils from MALMESBURY SCHOOL
Film cameraman ERIC SAMUEL
Clothes Paul wants a new jacket, but does not hear his teacher's ruling about wearing the correct school uniform ... An improvised story by pupils from PRESTON DALE SCHOOL, Yeovil. Film cameraman ALEX HANSEN Producer CAROLINE MAYNARD (e)
5: La sposa di Calabria
An Italian version of the programme shown last Monday. Narrated by MICHAEL PENNINGTON
Written by DAVID WILLEY Film editor ALAN LYGO
Producer JEREMY BENNETT (e)
12.40 General Studies Horizon:
Nice Guys Finish First (2)
The latest research on links between aggression and success.
Producer JEREMY TAYLOR (R) (e)
1.5 Micro Live
(Revised edition of the programme shown on Saturday at 6.15 pm) (e)
A Question of Choice The Right Price?
How are prices arrived at? Is there such a thing as a right price for anything? How important are the workings of the market-place to a manufacturer launching a new computer and a farmer selling his grain?
Producer JOHN WATKINS
Series producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
The Tale of the Turnip
Vicky and Charlie make lunch with their own home-grown bean sprouts and Vicky tells the story of the turnip that grew until it was enormous.
Presenter VICKY IRELAND Puppets ALAN PLATT
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
Leisure and Recreation Out in the Country
A history of country holidays, comparing hop-pickers in Kent 50 years ago and a young family now.
Producer PAT FARRINGTON (R) (e)
Last of 13 parts by J. Bronowski
The Long Childhood
'It is not the business of science to inherit the earth, but to inherit the moral imagination, because man and beliefs and science - without that - will perish together.'
Man would not be man if he were not sometimes fearful - for his confidence, for the future.
Music DUDLEY SIMPSON
Series producer DICK GILLING Editor ADRIAN MALONE (R)
Regional News and Weather
News, views, gossip and song with Pamela and her guests. BBC Pebble Mill
Home on the Range
Sennelager is a truly blasted heath, a NATO training ground in Germany where
British soldiers exercise. Yet wildlife, far from being discouraged, actually flourishes on this mock battlefield.
Narrator Barry Paine Photography MIKE HERD BBC Bristol (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)
Presented by Ludovic Kennedy
Sidney Poitier Bill Cosby
Harry Belafonte Richard Pryor
When taxi driver Wardell Franklin persuades his retiring friend Steve Jackson to spend Saturday night at a gambling club, they are the victims of a gang raid. The masked men take everyone's valuables - including Steve's $50,000 winning lottery ticket. Distrusting the police, the duo decide to take on the criminal world themselves with unexpected and hilarious results ...
Screenplay by RICHARD WESLEY Produced by MELVILLE TUCKER Directed by SIDNEY POITIER
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Geechie Dan Beauford:
Lucifer over Lancashire
More than 300 years after the Lancashire witch trials, The Rev Kevin Logan of Accrington rings alarm bells at the increase of interest in witchcraft in his area.
Against the background of a Post-industrial wasteland a battle is being waged for the souls of the young.
Local witches and satanists, however, fear that the campaign could become a latter-day witch-hunt. They claim that their religions are older than Christianity. Film editor JOHN DUNSTAN Director PAUL PAWLIKOWSKI
Series producer PETER LEE-WRIGHT
OPen Space is the programme where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control with help from the Community Programme Unit.
I can see my face quite happily, I can see my lips moving as I speak to you.... obviously I can see my own glasses and my eyes behind them ... but if you were to ask me who it is, 1 still wouldn't know.'
John cannot recognise himself in a mirror, or his wife. He is lost a few yards from his own home. Yet he is not blind: he just can't make sense of what he sees. And ironically his misfortune tells us a great deal about normal perception.
John's condition is rare, but not quite unique. Larry, from Florida, is similar. When they meet in London will they be able to share their handicap? Narrator Alexander John Film editor ROBERT BROWN Written and produced by HILARY LAWSON
Horizon editor ROBIN BRIGHTWELL 0 INFO: page 92
starring Jennifer Saunders Dawn French featuring Raw Sex with BETTY MARSDEN and OLWYN ATKINSON
INA CLARE, JUNE EASTHER CAROLINE HAIG
VTVIENNEJAY PETER JOHNSTON also MICHAEL GRADE TERRY BRADFORD
DAVID CRANE , TOM FAHY JANE FINDLAY
RICHARD LLOYD-MORGAN Written by JENNIFER SAUNDERS and DAWN FRENCH
Musical director SIMON BRINT Choreographer NICKY HINKLEY Make-up designers
JULIETTE MAYER , FRANCES HANNON Designer DAVID LASKEY Director KEVIN BISHOP Producer GEOFF POSNER
Big Man on Mulberry Street Addison oversleeping, forgetting important photographs, losing a client: now that's predictable. Less so are the real reasons behind his sudden departure for New York, where Maddie follows and finds that the big apple has a bittersweet taste.... This episode includes a production number based on the song 'Big man on Mulberry Street' by Billy Joel. Written by KAREN HALL
Directed by CHRISTIAN NYBY n
Live comedy. Last in the present series.
Join the cast as they fondly look back over a career spanning six weeks in live television. Starring Helen 'You know she knows' Lederer, Nick 'Mind me banana' Wilton, Clive 'No catchphrase' Mantle, Arnold 'Why not?' Brown and Bermuda 'Try' Angle
Written by Steve Bell, Rix/Wilton, Smith/Ryan, Brint/Rivron/Matthews, Robin Driscoll,
Jeremy Hardy, John Dowie, Irwin/Martin, Hunter/Docherty, Roger Planer, Arnold Brown, Paul B. Davies
Russia's 's Second Revolution? A special edition when
Charles Wheeler , senior BBC correspondent in Washington and Europe, returns to Russia to report on the changes there, and on Mrs Thatcher 's visit. Peter Snow, Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael report on the rest of the world's news.
Producer (Russia Second Revolution?) MARK DAMAZER
Producers DIANA MORTON EAMONN MATTHEWS NIGEL CHAPMAN
with Chantal Cuer Le journal de M6
Tonight the news comes from Paris and France's newest channel, M6.
Peter Fiddick gives the latest details in the long-running saga of the share-out of channels in French television, while
Chantal Cuer returns to help with the language and the background.
Videotape editor MARK SANGSTER Researcher DANIELLA DANGOOR Series producer BERNARD ADAMS
We are surrounded by sounds, but what is the difference between noise and music? Is there one?
TREVOR HERBERT , with PROFESSOR CHARLES TAYLOR , investigates. Producer TONY COE (R)