Topology: the Projective Plane
School Management (e)
10.00am Pages from Ceefax
10.15am Living Decisions Home Economics. Inset
How are teachers of this subject meeting the challenges and facing the opportunities of GCSE?
Consultant KATHLEEN JOHNSON Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
10.40am Look, Look and Look Again
A series to support art education for 9- to 12-year-olds. Finding the View
Producer GEOFF WILSON (R) (e)
The Celts. People
Presented by JENNIE JAY
WILLIAMS and TONY WILLIAMS Illustrations by PETER KESTEVEN
Series producer JULIA DRUM (e)
11.18am Mach's Gut! 1: Out Shopping
11.35am New Series Geography Casebook
The Lough and the Lignite In the first of a new series, Robina Osmani goes to
Northern Ireland, where lignite has been discovered in large quantities. How should this resource be managed? Will open-cast mining threaten the ecology of Lough Neagh? Consultant TONY HEAPS
Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN (e)
12.00 Economics: A Question of Choice.
Free to Choose
What choices are open to people in different economic circumstances?
Producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
12.20pm Textile Studies The Right Stuff
It's very important to select the right fabric for the right job. Presented by KEITH CHEGWIN Producer JOHN CHAPPLE (R) (e)
12.40pm Job Bank Garage Jobs
A new documentary describing some of the wide range of jobs and training available to young people working in garages.
Produced by JILL GLYNDON REED (e)
Three films with ANDREW SACHS 1: Yellow Benches
As a boy in Berlin, Andrew Sachs thought that having yellow benches to sit on was one of the privileges of being half-Jewish. But then one night in 1938 a happy childhood came to an end.
Film editor BEN MORRIS
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (R) (e)
Ball Games with Floella Benjamin
Story: The Cricket Match by PETER BONNICI
Illustrations by LISA KOPPER Storytellers Perminderpal Gill, Brian Jameson
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Producer SHEILA FRASER Executive producer
CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
A series of programmes from the year's school television output, repeated in subtitled form for hearing-impaired children.
Jo has to decide whether or not to tell a secret.
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
Cosmo and Dibs remember the day they went to a castle. Presenter Harry Towb Film director DAVID FELBER
Studio director NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, hosted by David Icke.
Further action in the first round of this year's championship, with news too of the morning's play.
Cliff Thorburn rounds off the concluding session of his first match this afternoon, while Silvino Francisco sets out. including at
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Richard Burton. Libya 1942. An abandoned British gun car is found near a German-operated POW camp. Inside is
Foster, a British Intelligence agent whose mission is to overthrow the German guards and lead the prisoners in an attack on Rommel's gun emplacements at Tobruk.
Screenplay by RICHARD BLUEL Produced by HARRY TATELMAN Directed by HENRY HATHAWAY
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The Little Plane Gamble
In 1984, Richard Noble , a winner of the world land-speed record, set up a company on the Isle of Wight to build a new all-British light aircraft. Today, three-and-a-half million pounds later, the experience has yielded important business lessons. David Lomax reports. Film cameramen
MIKE ELEY , TOM INGLE
Film editor ALEX RICHARDSON Series editor BRIAN DAVIES
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First of six programmes
Smacking children is wrong, it is harmful and parents should not do it.
The two films tonight which take strongly opposed views on this subject are made by Penelope Leach , mother and child psychologist, and Lynette Burrows , mother of six and a registered child minder. Presented by Margo MacDonald.
Film directors RICHARD HINES GERRY POMEROY
Series producer GAVIN DUTTON
BBC Community Programme Unit
What better way to drive old racing cars than on the limit at Silverstone?
William Woollard meets enthusiasts of the Vintage Sports Car Club who do just that.
Four-wheel drive has enormous benefits for road cars. Chris Goffey tests the latest Cavalier 4x4 against newcomers from Citroen and Peugeot.
Tony Mason reports from the Radio Times Rally Quest finals, and Tiff Needell performs stunts with some of the best drivers.
Producer JON BENTLEY
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship with David Vine. Tonight, Willie Thorne gets started, and Joe Johnson plays out his first-round encounter.
Eight films with David Jessel. 5: Positive Discrimination
AIDS is the most threatening disease of the century, but you won't catch it at work. No HIV positive employee has ever passed on the virus to a workmate. Yet some employers have reacted hysterically when dealing with AIDS in the workplace. Tonight four people speak out about discrimination - how fear and ignorance cost them their jobs.
Producer DEBORAH PERKIN
Assistant producer DEV VARMA
Series producer ELIZABETH CLOUGH
Unusual insights into Britain.
Jon Mulvaney is a wood sculptor with a difference: 'Lime is seductive,, oak is a fighter, birch is fruity ... this is my alternative family.'
Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Producer EUGENE BRADY Director SIMON FELLOWS
A BOURNEMOUTH AND POOLE COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN production BBC Bristol
presents Master Class David Attenborough introduces this second programme marking 25 years of BBC2, with extracts from the channel's earliest music workshops and master classes, including artists like Paul Tortelier , Georg Solti , Isaac Stern and Daniel Barenboim.
The State and Society Broadcast Rituals (1)
The BBC has always had a crucial role as part of the 'social cement' of the nation. Its coverage of the great rituals of state is part of that role. Producer KEN PATTON