A series for teachers of pupils aged 11 to 16.
Mathematics is a way of thinking. But such thoughts need to be expressed verbally as well as in writing. How? Consultant AFZAL AHMED
Film editor BOB RYMER
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
10.00am Diez Temas 2: La familia
Meet Maria Jesus and Pablo at home, with their family. Directed by LUIS ESPANA Producer SUSAN PATON (e)
10.15am Look and Read Fairground
Comings and Goings
Is someone out to give the fair a bad name?
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL
Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
10.40am Investigating Science What Can Matter Be?
Throughout history there have been many attempts to explain the nature of matter. This case study outlines some of the most significant steps that have led to the theory accepted today. A Model of Behaviour
Can the process of modelling be applied to explain aspects of animal behaviour in humans? Producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
Health Education Eyes and Sight (e)
12: The Investigator's antenna breaks away - and Zak and Stella try to replace it.
Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN (R) (e)
11.35am Who - Me? Secrets When a friend's safety is at stake, Jo has to decide whether or not to tell a secret.
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
12.00 Mathspy by JOHN TULLY
Play Your Cards; Solid Clues
Consultant MARY CLARK
Cameraman LAN HILTON
Film editor DAVID WILSON
Designer RAY LONDON
Produced and directed by DAVID ROSEVEARE (e)
(Full details tomorrow at 11.55am)
12.20pm Science Topics Radioactivity
Series producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
12.40pm Job Bank Keyboard Skills
The 'writing machine' has been with us for over 100 years. The keyboard layout is the same, but the technology, the skills and the operators are very different.
Director ANN THROUP (R) (e)
1.00pm Deutsch direkt! 12: Rothenburg and Dinkelsbiihl are two immaculately preserved medieval walled towns.
Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden Film director GILL BARNES.
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDIM (R) (e)
Book £6.95, three cassettes £4.95 each and Notes for Teachers are available from bookshops.
First of five programmes A Letter from Isca
Life in Roman Britain through the letters home of a Roman legionary based at the Isca fortress, Caerleon. Producer SIAN OWEN
Weather followed by You and Me
When Dibs drops his teddy, Jeni and Cosmo help find it by retracing their steps.
Book: A Balloon for Grandad by NIGEL GRAY
Presenter Jeni Barnett
Film editor DAVID PAINTER
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (e)
Barnard Castle, Co Durham In a town built of stone,
John Grundy discovers that conversion and re-use of old buildings has long been a feature of the townscape. Producer PAUL PAXTON BBC Newcastle (R)
Sunderland is a town with a tradition of glass-making; there Charlie Meaker has set up his studio where he blows, by hand, exquisite bowls. Producer SUE DURKAN BBC Newcastle (R)
Weather followed by One in Four
Isobel Ward, Simon Barnes and Chris Davies present this magazine programme about disability. Featured this month is Isobel's pregnancy: as a disabled mother what kind of labour can she expect?
Also challenging people's attitudes to disability - the music and personality of singer/songwriter Bobbi Style. With subtitles for the hard-of-hearing.
Producer CHRISTOPHER HUTCHINS
For a factsheet write to: [address removed], enclosing a large sae.
I'm a Kind of Mechanised Tramp
Bill Houston is a cyclist who would abhor the Tour de France - he prefers exploring back roads. Leaving the army in 1946 he vowed that no one would order him about for 20 years. He was still living for his bicycle 25 years,34 countries and 400,000 miles later.
Producer BILL HOOK BBC Scotland (R)
Anagram: toll on the singers Clue: pop group
(Answer in the programme!) Designer PETE RINALDI Research
ANNE MUIR , ALISON CHRISTISON Director JUSTIN C. ADAMS Producer LESLIE MITCHELL BBC Scotland
Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden.
This week, the housing crisis. With the Housing Act now in force the Government promises a better deal for tenants. But many fear rather than welcome change. What does the Act hold for private tenants? Advice Shop gives advice on how to keep rents down and tenancies secure, and reports from
Brighton on the despair of those who can't hope to buy and can't afford to rent. Series editor CHRIS LENT (e)
For a set of programme notes, send a large 14p sae to: [address removed]
1: Roman Games
Michael Dean presents six programmes on the history of board games, and puzzles over evidence provided by David Brown from the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Producer ROBERT TONER (R)
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3am Dent sets off on :he long journey from rexas to Brazil with a cargo of prize Brahma bulls for a wealthy Brazilian rancher. At Boa Vista, entrance to the treacherous Matto Grosso country, he learns that his client has been mysteriously murdered.
Screenplay by GUY TROSPER
Produced by ROBERT STILLMAN Directed by WILLIAM CASTLE
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Russia invades Afghanistan; the Ayatollah returns to Iran. The music: Elvis Costello
Earth, Wind and Fire
The Tourists, Tubeway Army Specials AKA, Police
Videotape editor DAVE RTXON Producer RORY SHEEHAN
Beyond the suntan oil and the package holidays there is another Turkey, where oppression and torture are commonplace.
Nafiz Bostanci , a Turkish political exile in Britain, goes home to face this other Turkey - and an uncertain future.
A film made in Britain and Turkey with Nafiz Bostanci. Film cameraman LAURIE RUSH Film editor GABE SOLOMON
Executive producer TONY LARYEA Associate producer TONY WARDLE Producer ROSALIND ERSKINE
Open Space is the series where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control helped by the Community Programme Unit.
Presented by Chris Kelly , Michael Barry and Jill Goolden.
Green Farming: news presenter and ex-farmer, John Humphrys , argues that organic farming is the only way forward for good food and a healthy environment. Firing Squad: Italian restaurateur and writer, Antonio Carluccio , is challenged by fireman, Keith Watt , to cook Sunday lunch for his squad at their station. Rabbit Stew: rabbit is inexpensive and plentiful.
Why don't we eat more of it? Well, we will after seeing how to make a delicious stew. Film directors
JOHN PETTMAN. JEREMY MILLS Studio director PHIL CHILVERS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE A BAZAL production for BBCtv
Forafactsheet send a 60p cheque/PO (payable to BSS) to: [address removed]. Details on Ceefax page 288.
by ALAN BENNETT with Thora Hird in A Cream Cracker Under the Settee
An independent old lady has a fall which decides her future. Music by GEORGE FENTON Producer INNES LLOYD Director STUART BURGE
Four documentaries exploring the reality of feminism in the 80s.
2: A Good Man Is Hard To Find
Most women pushing prams in Birmingham's inner city are single mothers or the only family breadwinner. Few expect their lot to change and apathy sets in early, but some are fighting back without men. Like
Donna, pumping iron and 'determined never to be treated like an animal again', and Altheia, running a business based on the skills she learned bringing up three children on her own.
Film editor STEVE WOFFENDEN Reporter DOROTHY ALLEN
Director and producer JOHN DRURY Executive producer COLIN CAMERON BBC North West
by M.R. JAMES.
Chilling tales for winter nights, told by Robert Powell. Tonight: The Ash Tree
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director DAVID BELL (R)
The Late Sir Matthew Fell:
Sir Richard Fell:
The live arts and media programme reports on issues and events in performance, design, architecture, music and books.
Producer JAMIE MUIR