9.00 Quinze Minutes: Jours de Fete
9.15 Teaching Today: Television in the primary classroom
9.45 Watch: Food: Hot and Cold
10.00 Look and Read: Through the Dragon's Eye
10.20 Around Scotland: Health Education:
10.40 Into Music: The Caribbean: Celebration (Stereo)
11.00 Let's See: Risks and Hazards: Dealing with Bullies
11.15 English Express: Who, Me?
11.35 TV6: Roots in the Jungle
12.00 English File: Analysing Language
12.30 Scene: Grey Areas
12.50 Tutorial Topics
1.00 Standard Grade English: It's Not What You Say, It's How You Say It!
1.20 The Brollys
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair
1.40 English Time: Writing: Poetry (II)
2.00 News and Weather
followed by Words and Pictures
With Helen Rollason.
Diet Pepsi Indoor Challenge from the National Indoor
Commentary by Bill Threlfall.
2.40 Racecall Ascot Hurdle Race (2% m)
3.10 Hurst Park Novices' Steeplechase (2m)
3.40 Lion Gate Handicap Hurdle Race (3m)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Richard Pitman and John Hanmer.
Full roundup of the crucial midweek European
Championship qualifying matches.
Producer Mark Wilkin
Editor Philip Bernie
3.00pm News; Weather
The work of the Cancer and Leukaemia in Childhood Trust.
Shyama Perera presents today's edition of the talk show.
Gerry Anderson 's classic
"supermarionation" series. The Perils of Penelope
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A second chance to see Delia Smith
's six-part guide to traditional Christmas cooking. 1: Preparing smoked Suffolk ham, pickles, preserves and cakes. Producer Jayne Owens
Recipe details on Ceefax page 617 7 ●TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ●FOOD: page 20
Starring Phil Silvers
Richard Littlejohn of The Sun. A Granada production for BBCtv
Disposing of Hazardous Waste - a Burning Issue
Every country in the European Community will soon have to dispose of its own toxic and hazardous waste. Ian Breach reports on the controversial proposals for eight new incineration plants in the UK. Presented by Peter Taylor. Producer Fiona Macbeth
Editor Nigel Chapman
First in a five-part series I about that enigmatic, inscrutable and lovable creature, the cat, the animal kingdom's ultimate survivor. Worshipped as a god, and condemned as a devil, the cat is now about to become the world's most popular pet.
Felines and Pharaohs. The domestic cat had its origins in ancient Egypt. But how did it become domesticated and who were its ancestors?
Producer Dick Meadows ●FEATURE: page41
Vintage comedy series.
7: The Inexorable Power of the Third Republic. Oscar de St
Choul is dunked in soapy water. Producer Michael Mills
The story of motor racing.
7: Racing for the Reich. Hitler knew that victory on the grand prix circuits would demonstrate the Third Reich's technical superiority and bring his new Germany great prestige. So with government subsidies, both Mercedes-Benz and Auto Union set out to build a winning car, and the swastika became a familiar feature on the racetracks of the 30s.
Producer John Bird
Executive producer Ivan Rendall A John Gau production for BBCtv * STEREO
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Comedy news quiz. Producer Harry Thompson
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
Ian MacWhirter follows the work of the select committees. Producer Jenny Davies Editor Liz Holden
More late-night shockers.
11.50pm* The Night Stalker The Energy Eater. Kolchak investigates mysterious killings at a new hospital.
Dimensions of Dialogue You are what you eat.... Director Jan Svankmeyer
12.55am* Dragstrip Girl
The twilight world of illegal teenage drag racing. With Fay Spain. Director Edward L Cahn ●FILMS: pages49-56