9.52 Look, Look and Look Again
Colourful flowers and tiny butterflies make good subjects tor detailed drawing and painting. Producer GEOFF WILSON (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read Dark Towers by ANDREW DA VIES
A reading series for 7- to 9-year-olds based on a ghost story in ten episodes.
3: The Old Legend
Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
10.38 Investigating Science Observation
Have You Ever Noticed?
It's surprising what the trained scientific eye can spot in even the most familiar of situations, such as a street. Science is based on observations: it's a vital part of a scientist's life. Producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
Thanks for Our Food
3: Hudson the robot blows one of the Investigator's fuses. But which one? Zak and Stella are faced with a grid of 100 fuseholders and only four guesses.
Written by COLIN DAVIS Visual effects designer MORAG MCLEAN Series producer
DAVID SCOTT COWAN (R) (e)
11.35 MI 10: Mathematical Investigations
Pascal's Triangle 2
From stacks of cans to tosses of coins - a common pattern (R) (e) followed by Mazes
Hampton Court for Hilary, an international maze for
Enterprise, the European Champion maze-solver.
Presenter HILARY CLOUGH with DAVID WOODFIELD
Animation STEWART HARDY FILMS Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
12.00 Maths Topics Trigonometry (3)
A surveying problem - and two methods of solution.
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
12.20pm Media Studies The Inside Story
Producers talk about their aims in making different types of documentary film.
DAVID FILKIN uses extracts from Q.E.D. programmes to illustrate different ways of putting scientific ideas across. PAUL BERIFF describes Animal Squad as 'photo-journalism' - recording events as they happen.
MARK BYFORD , in filming the eviction by the police of the hippie convoy from Stoney
Cross, has to be fair to different points of view.
Producer BRUCE JAMSON (R) (e)
12.50 Micro File 'B'
A compilation of items from the series Micro Live.
Only Connect (R) (e)
A See-Saw programme with Fred Harris Music PETER GOSLING Director NICK WILSON
Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)
Alternative Technology 2: Waste Not, Want Not
Presenter DAVID PARRY JONES Producer IFOR REES (R) (e)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Cosmo and Dibs play a practical joke on Harry, but it misfires.
Maths at the seaside: picnic. Book: Rebekah and the Slide by CHRISTINE PARKER , illustrated by LISA KOPPER
Presenter HARRY TOWB
Animation HONEYCOMB ANIMATION Director CLARE ELSTOW (R) (e)
Live coverage from Blackpool of the debates on employment, defence and inner cities including at
3.00* News and Weather
3.50 * News and Weather
Barry Norman presents his personal review of the week's cinema releases.
Cotswolds Jenny Powell and Tony Baker in tandem, and in fact 'on' tandem, tackle the 'Tour de Cotswolds' to prove that presenting pop videos, powerplays and charts is as easy as riding a bike.
New Midlands presenters Jools O'Ayoola and Tara Wills vie for the yellow jersey with their own demonstration of pedal power on tricycle and bicycle respectively. The saddlesore four dismount for a game of football in the River
Windrush, a circuit of Bob Boomer 's Agility Club for dogs, and a bit of cheese-rolling, welly-wanging and shin-kicking at the top of Dover's Hill. Perhaps No Limits should carry a Government health warning! Associate producer JONATHAN KING Production PETER HAMILTON BBC North West
In her first year as Junior Health Minister, Edwina Currie , mp has rapidly become one of the Government's best-known - and most controversial figures. Her outspoken comments have kept her constantly in the public eye. Tonight she faces an audience of teenage inquisitors from around Britain.
Presented by John Nicolson
Researcher MARK HAGEN
Director DENNIS COSGROVE Producer STEWART LAMONT BBC Scotland
Introduced by Nigel Kennedy
Every autumn for the past 12 years thousands of talented youngsters have descended on the Royal Albert Hall in London to take part in the annual Schools Prom.
Nigel Kennedy, the virtuoso violinist who took part himself in an early Schools Prom, meets some of the young musicians and introduces their performances at the Royal Albert Hall. With guest soloists Robert Max (cello) and James Kirby (piano)
Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(The Schools Prom is organised by Music for Youth in association with Commercial Union Assurance and Marks and Spencer)
Famous for its fruits de mer, fish soups and crepes,
Brittany has long been a favourite region for gastronaut Keith Floyd. But while Brittany and Cornwall share a common heritage, it is the French who have really got their act together and devour almost everything that comes from the sea.
Floyd cooks a roast of monkfish and one of the most famous of all Breton dishes, a kig hafarz, surprisingly based on beef, flour and vegetables.
Photography CLIVE NORTH Film editor CHRIS WARING Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC Plymouth
Books. 'Floyd on Fish: £7.50
(hardback) and £3.95 (paperback);
'Floyd on Fire E7 95 (hardback) and £3. 95 (paperback) available from booksellers
Off the Leash
Packs of stray dogs scavenging the streets, a child bitten outside her home, new-born puppies dumped in a dustbin, 1,000 dogs a day destroyed because no-one wants them - a nation of animal lovers?
Helen Boaden goes on the streets with the RSPCA and the dog-catchers of Bradford to expose the gulf between the British national image and a public menace.
Research GEOFF SMALL Producer PAUL BERRIFF Editor COLIN CAMERON BBC North West
The Government is about to abolish the Dog Licence. Next week Brass
Tacks will discuss the alternatives for canine control. To take part ring now [number removed]. Lines are open until
Ronnie Corbett with his special guests Barbara Dickson Philip Madoc
Kit and the Widow and Fred Wetherby
Arthur Chuckle , Senior
Market Analyst with the city laughter brokers Yock, Yock, Howl and Boffo, says the following 30 minutes are a blue chip investment.
Monologues and sketches are expected to yield huge dividends in laughter - and jokes show continued growth.
Outstanding guest performers also get their share. Further outlook: continuing boom and boom-boom.
Written by HARRY CRYER
IAN DAVIDSON. SPIKE MULLINS PETER VINCENT
Script Associate NEIL SHAND Music SIMON BRINT
Sound SCOTT TALBOTT Lighting TERRY BRETT Designer DONAL WOODS
Produced and directed by MARCUS MORTIMER
The fourth of five documentaries for the nation's bicentennial. Journey to the Interior with self-made millionaire and pilot, Dick Smith
'We're taking this helicopter into the Outback. Not many of us live there, but I reckon it's the most Australian part of Australia.'
In a journey of more than 1,000 miles, Dick Smith swoops low beside kangaroos, wild horses and black swans. He drops down to talk to drovers, prospectors, lonely cattlemen - their children have lessons by radio while mum goes shopping by plane.
Eventually landing at the desert township of Birdsville (normal population 60) for that most Australian of occasions - a race meeting Sound RON CRABB
Film cameraman JIM PEIRSON Film editor MAX WHEELER Producer TONY SALMON
Series producer TIM SLESSOR
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from The Silk Cut Festival
This week it's the delightful Emmylou Harris , fired on by her sizzling Hot Band. Songs include Miss the Mississippi, Save the Last Dance and C'est La Vie.
Introduced by David Allan Festival organiser MERVYN CONN Sound BARRIE HAWES
Lighting JOHN WIGGINS
Designer ANDREW HOWE-DAVIES Producer DAVE PERROTTET
The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with political and economic reports from Will Hutton and Nick Clarke