Social Integration: Children's TV
ll.OThinkabout Shadow Play
11.18 Life Goes On
Reproduction and Survival Plants and animals have evolved a variety of reproduction techniques to ensure the survival of the Producer PETER BRATT (R)(e)
Whu Prejudice? (R) (e)
12.1 pm Pages from Ceefax
12.30 Quality Techniques
Capability and Process Control (R) (e)
12.55 Pages from Ceefax
A See-Saw programme
When Tom's new soldiers are buried in the sand Pinny and Victor find a friendly crab to help.
Read by Matilda Thorpe. (R)
Story and pictures:
Directed and animated by:
A See-Saw programme with Brian Cant.
Larry loans his ladder to look in the loft for some labels with letters on. Can you look for bric-a-brac that begins with 'L'?
Written and produced by Nick Wilson. (R)
1.35 Pages from Ceefax
Water Creatures (2)
A look at some of the star performers of fresh-water ponds: a fish which builds a nest, a spider which spins a web under water, and creatures which change their form as they grow up - such as dragonflies and frogs. Presenters
LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR JAMES EARL ADAIR producer DAVID TAFT (e)
(Shownon Tuesday at 11.0am)
Follow the Drum
Singing a round in two groups, following visual signals, and a game in which the children follow the sound of a drum.
Presenters JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS with children from ss PETER AND
PAUL PRIMARY SCHOOL Director ANN THROUP
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT (e)
The Lawn Tennis Championships
Live coverage of the fourth day's play from the All
England Club, introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT
BARRY DAVIES , MARK COX
BILL THRELFALL, ANN JONES and VIRGINIA WADE keep you in touch with the action on Wimbledon's famous courts. Television presentation
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , FRED VINER ALASTAIR SCOTT. WENDY SHEPPARD Producer MARTIN HOPKINS
Executive producer JOHN ROWUNSON including at
3.0 News and Weather and at
3.55 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Times of Change
This month Peter France , with change in mind, presents three films.
The first highlights the distortions which followed the last attempt by central government to impose educational benchmarks on the majority of British schools.
The second records the memories of disinherited Londoners who recall the community spirit of a Notting Hill street torn down for redevelopment 25 years ago. The third allows Cambridge don, David Cannadine , the chance to explore present attitudes to British history. Director PIPPA HOLLOWAY Producers JANE TREAYS RENEE VAN DER VLOODT NIKKI STOCKLEY
Series editor ROY DAVIES
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van Der Vloodt
Presented by Paul Heiney The weekly magazine with the latest information for everybody interested in going away this summer.
The Resort Report - Biarritz Jackie Spreckley finds out what to see and do in south-west France's famous resort. Matthew Collins on Special Assignment to somewhere in Europe.
Weatherman John Kettley comments on the summer so far, and forecasts what's in store for the weekend.
And the sheer variety of Britain - viewers report on their own holidays.
This week: shovelling coal on steam trains in mid-Wales - and enjoying it!
Plus travel tips, and the late-availability bargains.
Studio director SUE LOCHEAD
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON BBC North West
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A three-part serial by LESLIE STEWART 1: Eight Thousand,
Six Hundred and Twenty Battery Hens
There is a band. Nothing special until one of them gets arrested by the army. Easier to rescue the drummer they've got than find a new one. Then they're notorious - and valuable!
Songs by MATTHEW STRACHEN
Incidental music NICK RUSSELL-PAVtER Musical associate KEITH STRACHAN Sound NORMAN MCLEOD Lighting DEREK PRICE Designer MYLES LANG
Produced by CAROL PARKS Directed by KEITH GODMAN BBC Pebble Mill
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World events analysed by Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
The second of two films in which award-winning cameraman Sid Perou follows a rally of microlight aircraft from coast to coast across northern England.
Tonight's programme picks up the rally at its halfway stage and follows the intrepid aviators over Yorkshire landmarks such as Fountain's Abbey and Reivaulx Abbey to the finish on the cliffs near Bridlington. Narrator Ken Cooper
11.40 Weekend Outlook
previews daytime programmes of special interest from the OU.
A BBC/Open University production
Nuclear Weapons: Capability The United States Intelligence Community has come to rely on sophisticated technology to assess Soviet nuclear capabilities.
Producer ROGER PENFOUND (R)