9.30 Casebook Scotland Developing New Products MURIEL GRAY finds out how ski-bobs, soft toys and cash dispensers are designed.
Producer ROBERT CLARK (R) (e)
9.52 Look and Read Dark Towers
6: The Tall Knight's Folly
10.15 Around Scotland Edwardian Scotland 1: At Home
Presenter GERDA STEVENSON
Fourteen-year-old Maggie left school and her tenement home around 1910 to start work as a kitchen maid in the grand house belonging to Lord and Lady Southey.
Producer ISHBEL MACLEAN BBC Scotland (R) (e)
10.38 Geography Casebook: Britain
Farming: East and West
A look at agri-business in East Anglia and traditional dairy farming in Northern Ireland Narrator SALLY MAGNUSSON Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN
Series producer LEN BROWN (R) (e)
Nobody Likes My Spider
11.18 Wondermaths Programme 6
11.35 Let's See
Bread and Cheese Scottish Cheeses
12.00 English File
A View from the Bridge by ARTHUR MILLER
A production in three parts with DEL HENNEY as Eddie Carbone
1: 'This one's name is Eddie Carbone , a longshoreman working the docks from Brooklyn Bridge to the breakwater where the open sea begins.'
Designer ROCHELLE SELWYN
Producer GEOFF WILSON (R) (e)
Dreams and Nightmares
Each night every one of us is paralysed, unable to move any part of our body - only our eyes move as we watch the peculiar happenings of our dreams and nightmares.
A group of Scots teenagers talks about and acts out dreams as Scene tries to discover what this strange phenomenon is all about. Film editor ROLAND TONGUE Producer CHRIS ELLIS
1.05 Treffpunkt: Osterreich Eine Bergrettung
A See-Saw programme by ERIC HILL
Spot's First Walk
Told by Paul Nicholas Animation by LEO BELTOFF Music by DUNCAN LAMONT Script editor DAVID MCKEE
Production CLIVE JUSTER (R) followed by Bric-a-Brac
A See-Saw programme with Brian Cant
Among his bric-a-brac Brian finds some beads, a bugle and a bicycle, and in the book box A Number of Bears by DEAN WALLEY , illustrated by FRANCIS YANOSHITA
Produced by MICHAEL COLE Executive producer
CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
1.38 Past 13:
Choices in the Third Year What to Choose
'For me it was one of the most important decisions of my life.' Two fifth-formers look back to the time when they made their third-year option choices. They describe how they went about making their decision, what advice they received from friends, teachers and parents, and how their choices have turned out in practice.
Producer NICHOLAS wmNES (R) (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo and Dibs think they see a ghost in the market but INDIRA JOSHI calms their fears. Some children show the things they can do with their hands.
Book: The Tiger Who Came to Tea (R)
Introduced by David Icke from the Guild Hall, Preston Championship Bowls The CIS Insurance
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David RHYS JONES JIMMY DAVIDSON
Plus a round-up of the week's news and a preview of sport coming up on BBCtv. Television presentation: Bowls KEITH PHILLIPS
Studio director VIVIEN KENT Producer GRAHAM FRY including at
3.00 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Presented by Chris Kelly Michael Barry and Jill Goolden
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'The Food and Drink Book 3' available from retailers
continues a season of films featuring
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS 'S jungle hero.
Johnny Weissmuller Johnny Sheffield
When the peace of the forest is threatened by a group of ruthless professional hunters, the animals and jungle people look to Tarzan for protection.
Screenplay by JERRY GRUSKIN and ROWLAND LEIGH
Produced by SOL LESSER
Directed by KURT NEUMAN
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The Sweeney Cooperage manufactures wooden barrels in an assembly plant on False Creek in Vancouver. The machinery is ancient and the methods of production are antiquated. Here, perhaps for the last time, the dying art of 'cooping' is shown.
Directed by PHILIP BORSOS
A ROCKY MOUNTAIN FILMS production (R)
A weekly look behind the scenes at the world of education with Linda Alexander and Martin Young. Some of today's children will be tomorrow's
AIDS victims unless they are properly informed. The staff at Melbourn Village College near Cambridge want to help their pupils to understand the virus and make informed decisions about their own lives and relationships. But to do this, teachers themselves need to be aware of the moral, social and sexual implications of AIDS. So who's teaching the teachers?
Producer FRANK ASH
Editor PETER RIDING (e)
Three weeks after the worst storms to hit the south east this century,
Guy Michelmore reports on the staff at Kew Gardens fighting to save their life's work and the south-east farmers struggling to save their livelihoods.
Producer PETER LOWE
Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE
David Jessell and Sue Cook examine the sparks -which fly when people clash with the law.
This week: dodging traffic and dual carriageways to sell newspapers to motorists is just one of the jobs done illegally by thousands of British children.
Paper rounds and Saturday jobs are usually within the law but for employers in factories and markets child labour means cheap labour. The work is often dirty and dangerous.
Film reporter Ed Boyle
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Producer ALAN BOOKBINDER
Third of seven programmes filmed over two years inside the secretive world of HM Customs and Excise. Surveillance
Tonight an undercover team investigates a VAT fraud. Their only clues are 50 fake companies which have falsely claimed as much as E250,000 from Customs and Excise.
The investigators' frustrations grow as they spend fruitless days waiting in the freezing cold for their quarry to show. Tensions boil over into arguments until they sight their man for the first time.
After a dramatic car chase they 'house' him and wait. Unaware of the many watchers staking out the centre of Coventry, the target quietly arrives in the area ... Photography PATRICK O'SHEA Film editor ALAN LYGO Assistant producer ROGER COURTIOUR
Producer PAUL HAMANN
A ballet to celebrate the centenary of the painter L. S. Lowry
Music composed by CARL DAVIS
Choreography by GILLIAN LYNNE starring
Christopher Gable Moira Shearer with Northern Ballet Theatre and members of the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Carl Davis This new television ballet tells the story of a man who is seen by many as one of the greatest British artists of the 20th century, L. S. Lowry. It deals with his struggle for recognition and with the search for his subjects. Born in Manchester in 1887, Lowry declared his ambition was not to be a painter but was 'to put the industrial landscape on the map'.
The landscape he often chose was that around Salford. It was the City of Salford that first commissioned this evening's work. The programme is introduced by a man who has admired
Lowry's paintings for many years, Salford-born actor Albert Finney.
Costume designer TIM GOODCHILD Lighting director ROBIN EMPSALL Designer DAVID WILSON Produced by IAN SQUIRES
Directed by GILLIAN LYNNE BBC North West
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DAVID MCGILL , JOHN BELL Television presentation
MIKE ADLEY. PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
Executive producer LAN EDWARDS BBC North West