9.30 Casebook Scotland Moving the Oil
MURIEL GRAY looks at the infrastructure of the oil industry in Scotland.
Producer PETER WHITEFORD (R) (e)
9.52 Look and Read Dark Towers
8: Beware of the Bird!
10.15 Around Scotland Edwardian Scotland
3: Holidays and Entertainment Presenter GERDA STEVENSON Matthew and Jenny go to a Band of Hope meeting where they see a lantern-slide show and learn of the evils of drink, while Victoria and Edward Southey play with their toys in the nursery.
Producer ISHBEL MACLEAN (R) (e)
10.38 Geography Casebook: Britain
New Father Thames
London's desolate Docklands are now being redeveloped, but amid fierce local controversy. What kind of redevelopment, and who will benefit?
Series producer LEN BROWN
Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN (R) (e)
The Monkeys and the Moon
When five monkeys notice the reflection of the moon in a well, they try to save it from drowning.
(For full details see Wed 2. 00pm) (e)
11.18 Wondermaths Programme 8
11.35 Let's See
Up in the Mountains
Highland Fairy Myths and Legends
12.00 English File
A View from the Bridge by ARTHUR MILLER
A production in three parts 3: '... his eyes were like tunnels. I kept wanting to call the police but nothing had happened. Nothing at all had really happened.'
With ISAAC GRAND. PAMELA DALE
FERNAND MONAST. FRANK JAKEMAN Designer ROCHELLE SELWYN
Producer GEOFF WILSON (R) (e)
Every Night We Draw the Shutters
'They used a Stanley knife and it missed his lungs by about an inch ... If we'd have moved out, it would mean they'd won, and no racist is going to win ... We can't ignore it, we've got to stick together and fight back.' British-Asian teenagers talk about what it's like to suffer racial attacks and what action is needed to counter racism. Producer PETER M. EVANS (R) (e)
1.05 Treffpunkt:Osterreich Die Body Building
Weltmeisterschaft in Graz
A See-Saw programme by ERIC HILL
Spot in the Woods
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 (R)
1.38 Past 13: Choices in the Third Year
Can Girls Choose Like Boys? 'Boys are brighter than girls,' 'Men's jobs pay more than women's.' These and other concepts are explored in today's programme by means of drama and documentary. The importance of science subjects for boys and girls is stressed and an example is given of the most exciting option of all - to challenge stereotyping.
Narrated by WENDY JONES Series producer
ROSANNA HIBBERT (R) (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
Against the advice of both Dibs and JENI BARNETT , Cosmo sets up her own whistle stall. There's a song about faces.
Film animation RICHARD TAYLOR
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
Introduced by David Icke and featuring:
Racing from Ascot
2.40 The Ascot Hurdle Race (21m)
3.10 The Hurst Park Novices Steeplechase (2m)
3.40 The Lion Gate Handicap Hurdle (3m)
Commentators JULIAN WILSON PETER O'SULLEVAN RICHARD PITMAN
The Hewlett Packard ASA National Short Course Championships
Five finals from the Crown
Pools, Ipswich, this afternoon, including ADRIAN MOORHOUSE in the 100m breaststroke
Commentators ALAN WEEKS HAMILTON BLAND
Television presentation: Racing FRED VINER gwimming ALASTAIR SCOTT StUdio director VIVIEN KENT Producer GRAHAM FRY including at
introduced by Desmond Lynam
Today's guest is
Tom O'Connor , whose choice from the film and video vaults includes Pinky and Perky, Flanders and Swann and the Falklands War.
A Dark and Silent World? Every Tuesday 18-year-old David O'Hare , the head boy of Condover Hall , goes shopping alone in Shrewsbury. What makes this an extraordinary event is that David can effectively neither see nor hear. The second of two documentary programmes, features 'Pathways', the unit for blind and deaf children. Director ROSALIND GOWER Producer MIKE DORNAN
The popular game of musical knowledge with Frank Muir and John Amis challenging
Denis Norden and Ian Wallace over questions set by Steve Race (R)
Presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry. Jill Goolden It's the world's largest wine tasting, as viewers lift their glasses with Jill Goolden and Oz Clarke
The wines are those recommended last week.
Plus: a delicious recipe for Welsh winter soup
continues the season of films featuring
EDGAR RICEBURROUGHS 'S jungle hero.
Today starring Jock Mahoney Woody Strode
Tarzan is summoned to an Oriental land to escort a young boy to the capital for inauguration as the new ruler. But the dying leader's twin brother has other ideas.
Sechung.CHRISTOPHER CARLOS Screenplay by BERNE GILER , ROBERT DAY Produced by SY WEINTRAUB Directed by ROBERT DAY
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with Linda Alexander
The Government's new
Education Bill threatens to break up the Inner London Education Authority by giving boroughs the right to opt out and run education themselves. Three
Conservative-controlled boroughs have already made it clear that they want to take up this option; they claim that they can do a better job. But what is the case for ILEA? What is its role. and what will be the effect on those boroughs that want to stay with the Authority? In Wandsworth a local by-election yesterday could provide a guide to how electors view the educational case for and against opting out of ILEA.
Producer FRANK ASH
Editor PETER RIDING (e)
A series of programmes for the south east from the south east. This week
Guy Michelmore investigates the phenomenal growth of witchcraft. Who are the people who practise 'the Craft'?
Producer PATTI STEEPLES Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE
(Regional programme - for variations see next column)
David Jessel and Sue Cook examine the sparks which fly when people clash with the law.
This week: two years ago Jonathan Wash , a young telecommunications expert, was found dead 30 feet below his hotel bedroom in the Ivory Coast capital of Abidjan. The cause of death has never been explained satisfactorily. No inquest has been held. In London and Abidjan the authorities are silent. Jonathan's father suspects foul play, and is trying to unearth the truth. Film reporter Ed Boyle
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Producer ALAN BOOKBINDER
The fifth in a series of seven programmes filmed over two years inside the secretive world of Customs and Excise.
Rural Ulster: market day in Ballymena, and the powerful voice of the Rev Ian Paisley is booming across the packed market. Unknown to people at the market, undercover officers are surveying the scene from a plain observation van. On one side. Paisley; on the other, their quarry - an old enemy selling poteen.
This very Irish story becomes tense as it reaches the night-time surveillance of the target's remote farmhouse. As the team closes in on his still, the brewer makes a run for it and, in scenes reminiscent of 30s prohibition, the drama unfolds ...
Photography PATRICK O'SHEA
Film editor ANDREW WILLSMORE Assistant producer ROGER COURTIOUR
Producer PAUL HAMANN
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Revolutionary with a Paintbox
The Arena season opens with a profile of Diego Rivera , considered to be the most famous painter in the history of Latin America, and also the most notorious.
He was a Rabelaisian figure of far-flung proportions, who claimed to have been a confidant of Lenin, the true father of Rommel, and to have tasted human flesh on a number of occasions. He was a maverick, a compendium of contradictions and irrationalities.
A self-proclaimed revolutionary, who sought in mural paintings a new public art form to broadcast social change to the people of Mexico, he was also the man who accepted commissions from the yankee-dollar capitalists, Rockefeller and Ford.
This portrait compiles testimony from Mexico's leading novelist,
Carlos Fuentes ; ex-model and lover, Dolores Olmedo ; and Jose Luis Cuevas , one of the most successful of Mexico's contemporary painters.
There is also extraordinary archive footage of Zapata,
Trotsky and Rivera himself and, of course, the epic murals, filmed on location. Film cameraman BILL BROOMFIELD Film editor CHRIS SWAYNE Executive producers
ANTHONY WALL. NIGEL FINCH Director ALEX MARENGO
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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.