Engineering: Linkage Mechanisms
9.43 France-Francais Le service militaire
What can young people in France expect from their military service? Soldiers from 7eme Genie de la division Alpine, Avignon, explain.
Photography GODFREY JOHNSON Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
10.00 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo, Dibs and Jeni all lay claim to a wooden doll.
Dressing-up song: What Would It Be Like to Be a Fireman? Book: The Elephant and the Bad Baby by ELFRIDA VIPONT illustrated by RAYMOND BRIGGS
Presenter JENI BARNETT Animation LEO BELTOFT
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
10.15 Science Workshop Cleaning (2)
HARGREAVES LILIAN EVANS , MALCOLM MCFEE (R) (e)
10.38 Let's See Islands
2: Wild Island
MICHAEL Scott visits the Island of Rhum which is owned by the Nature Conservancy Council who manage the island for the study and conservation of wildlife. Birds and animals live here in their natural habitats relatively undisturbed by humans.
Producer ISHBEL MACLEAN (e)
11.00 Words and Pictures Trog and his Axe
11.18 Tutorial Topics The Jacket followed by Teachers
11.40 Science in Action Who Dunnit?
12.00 Living Decisions 2: A Space for Living
Equal People: Dressing Up
12.50 Welcome to My World 3: The Ripple
Could a simple computer fault make Britain's banks collapse? Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK (R)
and the Mister Men
A See-Saw programme
Little Miss Sunshine and Mister Bump (R)
Getting About. Distance (3)
Weather followed by Storytime
The Tiger-Skin Rug
Weather followed by World Bowls
Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship from the West Hall, Alexandra Palace
The second round of this championship commences today and 16 players will now be happy to be over the first hurdle. With an enormous £70,000 to be shared among the victors, the going will be tough and highly competitive from now on. Seeded to be on the rink in the first match is popular CECIL BRANSKY (ISR), if he succeeds in the first round.
DAVID ICKE introduces highlights of the first of the second-round matches. It's still the best-of-five sets of seven shots up. Commentators
DAVID RHYS JONES
DOUGIE DONNELLY Summarisers
MAL HUGHES , DAVID MCGILL Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE. WENDY SHEPPARD PETER HAYWARD
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
Presented by Paul Coia
World Indoor Bowls
The present world indoor champion and No 1 seed
TONY ALLCOCK will be hoping to repeat his success of last year at Coatbridge and win a handsome prize of £16,000. On paper, providing he has won his first-round match, he will have a relatively easy ride against either
COLIN SOMMERVILLE (SCO) or DAVID LE MARQUAND (JER). But this is the world championship and it tends to bring out the best and more, of the lower order players. Introduced by DAVID ICKE
World Indoor Bowls Championship
DAVID ICKE introduces highlights of what could be one of the best matches of this round. Whichever two out of GARY SMITH (ENG),
STEPHEN REES (WALES).
IAN BRUCE (SCO) and No 5 seed DAVID CORKILL (IRE) turn out to get through the first round, it should be a 'corker'.
Three London painters with current London exhibitions talk about their art.
John Keane 's Bee Keeping in the War Zone at the Angela
Flowers Gallery, is the result of a visit to Nicaragua last summer, rich magic realism tempered by war.
Jock McFadyen's grotesque and witty transformations of urban life in London, Belfast and New York verge on caricatures and are on show at Camden Arts Centre.
Peter Davis has a Cinderella-like story to tell: working as a car cleaner he met the managing director of Fiat and now has a show in Fiat's car showroom in Baker Street. Directors
PHILIPPA DANIEL. JAMES MARSH
Executive producer JOHN ARCHER Producer ANDREW EATON
John Kennedy 's finest year: he signs a partial test ban treaty with Russia, and takes Europe by storm, climaxing with a historic speech at the Berlin Wall. But it is his last year, too.
The news - Martin Luther King leads the Washington March, the first woman goes into space and the Profumo
Affair rocks the government. The music - Bobby Vee ,
Gerry and the Pacemakers, Jan and Dean, the Beatles, Peter, Paul and Mary, and the Searchers
Videotape editor ANDY QUESTED Producer ANN FREER
The Travels of 'Pong' Barley It quickly turns into a comic adventure, though it all started off seriously enough - nothing less than an ethnographic survey of a distant corner of the Indonesian archipelago.
Nigel Barley, author of The Innocent Anthropologist, debunks the myths surrounding the sacred rites of fieldwork, that
'respectable licence to pry'. As Pong (a local nickname meaning Prince) wanders through the Torajan highlands of Sulawesi, luck leads him to Nenek, master carver and high priest of a remote mountain village ... an insane idea begins to take shape. Why not bring Nenek and some helpers to London, along with over two tons of timber, rattan and bamboo, to build an elaborately carved rice-barn halfway down Piccadilly?
Film cameraman JOHN HOWARTH Film editor DAVID THOMAS Producer CLEM VALLANCE Series editor TIM SLESSOR
'This is Clete Roberts coming to you from Ouijongbu,
Korea. I'm in an operating room in a MASH unit where 97 out of every 100 wounded men brought in survive. Who are the people behind that statistic?' ... It's time for some home truths at the 4077th.
Written and directed by LARRY GELBART.
The third of seven parts written by ANDREW DAVIES
Starring Peter Davison with Graham Crowden, Barbara Flynn, David Troughton,
Michael J. Shannon, Joanna Kanska
Stephen and Rose remain blissfully unaware of a night of mayhem which could ruin Bob's dream of recognition and success.
Prof George Bunn:
A series of diverse film documentaries from the North of England
Tonight: Dianne's Children
Dianne Core is the founder of a Hull-based charity dedicated to combatting child sex abuse. A self-appointed missionary, she is prepared to go further than most in tracking down offenders. Her methods have brought her into conflict with police and social services, her public statements have made her headline news. Dianne's Children examines the woman and her work.
Filmed and directed by PAUL BERRIFF Film editorBRYAN JONES ProducerMARK ROWLAND BBC Leeds
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with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
11.40 Health and Disease Images of Health
Advertisements for drugs have changed over time and between different countries. The advertisers give their views on why this is.
Producer VICTOR LOCKWOOD (R) (e)
Beyond the Double Helix
Crick and Watson's breakthrough and their helical model of DNA was just a start. How does DNA pack itself into cells and function within them? Producer NICK BRENTON (R) (e)