Maths: Symbols and Equations
9.15 Higher Education What Sort of Course?
The degree you take at a polytechnic (or a college or institute of higher education) is likely to be in a more practical subject than at university; but its standard is the same. Narrator LIBBY PURVES
Producer ROSANNA HIBBERT (R) (e)
Equal People: Sexism Education The first of a series of five programmes about women and society, this film looks at the way girls and boys are treated differently in school. In and out of the classroom are they learning what they should be? Series producer ROSANNA HIBBERT Producer CHRIS ELLIS (R) (e)
10.00 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Harry persuades Cosmo and Dibs to co-operate in putting on a musical show. Maths at the seaside 'building sandcastles'. Book: Thomas Tidies His Room by GUNILLA WOLDE Presenters
HARRY TOWB and SHEILA CHITNIS
Radiophonic music ROGER LIMB Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
10.15 Music Time
Question and Answer (R) (e)
10.40 Thinkabout Pigeon Racing
Sally and Brad visit a pigeon loft and discover how to look after and train racing pigeons. See the preparations for the big race - thousands of pigeons fill the sky. But there's only one winner!
Producer SUE ARON (R) (e)
11.00 Zig Zag. Getting About Trail Clues (1)
A clue in an old ledger leads TONY AITKEN off on a treasure trail.
With JUDY GRIDLEY and CHRISTOPHER MOLLOY Presenter PAUL COLA Producers
DIANE MORGAN. ROGER FRY (R) (e)
What's It Gonna Be? by GERRY HUXMAN Dip, Dip, Dip Producer
MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
11.45 Tutorial Topics Appearances
Four pupils from
NORTH WESTMINSTER COMMUNITY SCHOOL, London, discuss their feelings about each other when they first met and how they see each other now.
Followed by Fame
BRADLEY SHEPPARD , of BBCtv's Grange
Hill talks about what it's like to be 'famous'.
Producer DAVID TAFT (R) (e)
12.08pm History File British Social History
The Ladies of Langham Place The movement for women's rights took shape in the 1850s, when the Langham Place Circle began campaigning to improve the position of married women, to secure better educational and employment opportunities - and ultimately the vote. Narrator KEN BONES
Written by LESLIE GLAZER
Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
12.30 Issues. Programme 6 A current affairs series that takes an in-depth look into a major issue of the week.
Presented by ROB CURLING (R) (e)
1.00 Science in Action
What a Gas. Find out what a liquid gas is, make 15-foot-long bubbles, weigh air with a lemonade bottle and take a look at dry ice.
Presenters TERRY MARSH and KJARTAN POSKITT Assistant producer LAMBROS ATTESHLIS
Series producer ROBIN MUDGE (R) (e)
Bessie Rayner Parkes:
A See-Saw programme Pigeon Post (R)
1.38 Near and Far:
Now and Then. Fast Food
A look at how different fast foods get from the kitchen to the consumer.
Producer NICK WHINES (R) (e)
Weather followed by Words and Pictures
Oink and Pearl
Pearl is irritated by her little brother and yearns for an older sister.
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
from Derby Cathedral
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Dr Alan Maryon Davis presents a guide to emergency first aid.
Heart disease is Britain's biggest killer. But someone's chances of surviving a heart attack are much greater if you can recognise the early signs and take prompt action. All over Britain many training sessions in emergency first aid are now open to everyone. These classes and this programme can show you how to save a life when someone has a heart attack.
With Brian Cox , Kevin Doyle and Gillian Martell
Drama written by LESLIE DUXBURY Film editor ALISTAIR MITCHELL Produced by JENNY ROGERS and JULIAN STENHOUSE (R) (e)
Dr Alan Maryon
The latest action from the Olympic ice-hockey championship in Calgary.
Today's scheduled games, which completed group B, were
USSR V CZECHOSLOVAKIA WEST GERMANY V USA and AUSTRIA v NORWAY
Commentators ALAN WEEKS BARRY DA VIES
3 50 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Hitting your wife or partner is a criminal offence. In
London alone it's estimated that police receive up to
100,000 calls in connection with domestic violence every year. Other statistics paint an even blacker picture - in 1975 25 per cent of all recorded violent crime was domestic violence.
If these statistics are to be believed it could mean that a woman in your street is a victim of domestic violence. In today's Advice Shop
Margo MacDonald looks at what help is available for these women from the police, the courts and women's refuges.
Producer MARION ALLINSON
Series producer TONY MATTHEWS (e) For free leaflet, send 18p sae to:
Rob Curling looks at what's going on in radio and TV; and Marian Foster has news from the Daytime Club.
A romantic serial in 16 parts based on the novels by WINSTON GRAHAM
Part 15 by JACK RUSSELL
Elizabeth accepts an offer of marriage, although she knows it will appal Ross.
Producer MORRIS BARRY Directed by PAUL ANNETT
Sir Hugh Bodrugan:
Lady Constance Bodrugan:
de la Motte
The XV Olympic Winter Games Introduced by Desmond Lynam Alpine Ski-ing
Live coverage of the women's Super-G, from Nakiska. Will the world champion MARIA WALLISER of Switzerland win the first Olympic gold medal in this event? Commentator
DAVID GOLDSTROM Nordic Ski-ing
Sweden look likely to retain their Olympic 4 x lokm title, especially since their squad includes GUNDE SVAN, possibly the best cross-country skier of all time. Commentator
GERALD SINSTADT Ice Hockey
Today sees the final matches in the opening round, after which the best three teams in each group qualify for the medal round.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES
Dr Martin Luther King interviewed by John Freeman. The story of America's civil rights years, Eyes on the Prize, finished last week.
This is a chance to see a rare interview with Martin Luther King , first shown on BBCtv in 1961. John Freeman 's penetrating questions reveal the determination and charm of the 32-year-old Dr King:
'I thought we were standing up for the best of the American dream.'
Drawings by FELIKS TOPOLSKI
Produced by HUGH BURNETT (R)
Dr Martin Luther
Good news: computers won't take over after all. Thinking can't be produced just by running a computer programme. So argues
John Searle , a philosopher at the University of California. His controversial views annoy those scientists who work to create 'artificial intelligence'. They believe thinking can be done by computer.
Using a play in Cantonese, a machine that looks like an old mangle and the ideas and images of recent news, Horizon explores the limitations of digital computers.
Narrator Juliet Stevenson Film editor TIM CAWSTON Written and produced by JAMES BURGE
Horizon editor ROBIN BRIGHTWELL
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by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor
A comedy series set in space starring Chris Barrie as Arnold Rimmer, BSC, SSC, Craig Charles as Dave Lister, Danny John-Jules as Cat, Norman Lovett as Holly
Having accelerated constantly for three million years, Red Dwarf breaks the light barrier. Rimmer and Lister overtake themselves in time and witness images from the future.
Then Rimmer sees Lister die.
Rimmer: 'How old are you now?'
Lister: '25. How old did I look?'
Produced and Directed by:
Arnold Rimmer, BSC, SSC:
starring and guest star
Los Dos Dipestos
Like daughter, like mother: retired rhyming telephone operator, Clara Dipesto , returns from a Mexican holiday to see Agnes, only to discover that visits to exotic places have a habit of staying with you. With Miss Hayes and Mr Addison absenting themselves from this episode, it's up to Ms Dipesto and Bert to take on the case of the green-eyed monsters....
Written by DOUGLAS STEINBERG Directed by GERALD PERRY FINNERMAN
Two partisan films about a controversial issue. A Legal Game?
Should prostitution be decriminalised? The debate is as old as the profession itself, but now AIDS has given it a new urgency. The last edition in this series of Split Screen features two films made by people on different sides of the law.
Inspector Julian Smith , from the Nottingham Vice Squad, argues that, although prostitution itself is not illegal, the law does act as a deterrent to girls who might otherwise pursue a career which can end in personal tragedy. A visit to Hamburg, 'vice capital of Europe', convinces him that decriminalisation would be disastrous.
Louise, who works as a prostitute and is also involved in AIDS health education, argues that the law both discriminates against women working in a large 'service industry' and hinders the distribution of 'safe sex' information which might protect clients and women alike. So is the law an essential instrument of control or a dangerous pimp? Film editors
PETER CLARK. FRANCES PARKER Film directors
GAVIN DUTTON. ROBINA ROSE Series producer ROBIN GUTCH
Both Films have been made with the BBC Community Programme Unit
The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
With political and economic reports from Adam Raphael Nick Clarke and Will Hutton
International reports by David Sells
Charles Wheeler , Gavin Esler and Julian O'Halloran Producers
MARK DAMAZER. LIZ RAMSAY
KEITH BOWEN. DOMINIC CAMERON EILEEN FITT
Editor JOHN MORRISON
Desmond Lynam introduces the day's highlights from Calgary, where medals were decided in the women s Super-G, and the men's 4 x 10km cross-country relay.
In front of a sell-out crowd, the hosts CANADA were playing their final ice-hockey match in group A against world champions SWEDEN.
Television presentation CTV
Arts Foundation Course
Witting and Unwitting Testimony
With the help of staff at the Museum of London. PROFESSOR ARTHUR MARWICK investigates the wide variety of historical sources. Producer TONY COE (R)