7.10 Statistics in Society: Experiments and Energy
7.35 Information Technology: A Strategy for Benefits
With John FitzMaurice Mills.
Richard Uridge investigates railway accidents.
(First shown on BBC Midlands)
Pathe News this week in 1953.
A Griffin production for BBCtv
(Repeated at 3.40pm) (B/W)
Bryan McNerney visits the ruins of a Cluniac priory. (Rpt)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Maths for 4-to-5 year-olds. Exploring numbers.
A musical story about how the Tomtes defeated the Trolls. (Stereo)
For 5- to 7-year-olds. Is it better to push or pull things? (Stereo)
For 8-to-10 year olds. The origins of Rome.
Animated version of Romeo and Juliet. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
First of a five-part drama for secondary school students learning French. (Stereo)
A report on eastern Germany. (Stereo)
Problems in schools. (Stereo)
Followed by Numbertime
A profile of Evelyne Rey, who left Paris and took up farming in the mountains of Haute-Savoie. In French with English subtitles.
Followed by Songs of Praise
Regional News; Weather
Mystery starring Margaret
Amateur sleuth Miss Marple investigates murder on a naval training ship.
Director George Pollock (1964)
SEE FILMS pages 40-45
Det lnsp Craddock:
Matron Alice Fanbraid:
Last in series. Geoff Hamilton meets a farm manager who grows summer bedding.
GEOFF HAMILTON page 20
The Great Treasure Hunt Morticia and Gomez find a treasure map.
Terry. A youthful
Dennis Waterman stars in this vintage 1969 drama from the schools series, written by Alan Plater. A likeable lad, Terry is still looking for his niche in life. He's actually a very experienced worker, though - with 23 jobs in two years to prove it. Producer Ronald Smedley Director Michael Simpson
Tonight, a look at soccer fashion and whether the great kit bonanza is proving a turn-on for the fans. With
Simon O'Brien and Shelley Webb. Series producer Alan Hurndall
Sport and Politics
Jesse Owens , the supreme athlete at Hitler's stage-managed Olympics, Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali , arguably history's greatest heavyweight boxers, Tommie Smith of the notorious Black Power salute - they have all been at the heart of sporting political controversy. Sport and Politics looks at the way black athletes have served their country and their people, and the times when the two have come into conflict.
Narrated by Hugh Quarshie. Series producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
Drama starring Raquel Welch
Leda Beth Vincent , a blowsy waitress in a cheap bar, is concerned when her teenage daughter Julie comes home from school spouting racist views.
Director Anthony Page (1988)
SEE FILMS pages 40-45
Professor Paul Martin:
Since they first came to notice as one half of The Mary Whitehouse
Experience, comedy duo Rob Newman and David Baddiel have started experiencing pop-star fan hysteria at their sell-out live shows, and their autumn tour will finish at the 12,000-seater Wembley Arena. What will they have to offer in their own television series? "David's obsessed with growing old and dying," says Newman, "and I'm obsessed with loneliness and being depressed. The best comedy comes from real life. Nothing else is ever going to be really funny - apart from a bucket falling on someone's head."
Director Babara Jones
Producer Harry Thompson
The arts and media magazine, presented by Mark Lawson. Series editor Michael Poole
How social science helps us to understand such things as football hooliganism.