The Raven and the Cross by JOHN TULLY
1: The King Has Fled
A Need of Numbers: 1
A First Class Friend
11.30 Music Time: Programme 18 .
11.55 Focus - 9: Symbols
with Donald Gee
Bob Hoskins and Patricia Hayes
Weather Keith Best
With Bob Langley, Donny MacLeod, David Seymour, Marian Foster and Jan Leeming
2.14 The Electric Company: 8
Keep Up with the Times. An eight-part cartoon series on multiplication. 8: Nine Times
2.45 Quatre Coins de la France La Vie a la Paysanne
A series of ten programmes
Presented by Jan Leeming
What advantages and disadvantages does a knitting machine have? Sandy Black demonstrates some of its possibilities.
More adventures of space traveller Astronut and his earth-bound pal, Oscar.
by Gillian Avery
with Jan Francis
Today: Bodley and the Bull
with John Noakes
Peter Purves, Lesley Judd
Michael Rodd puts the questions to the winning semi-finalists to find the first Screen Test Champion of the year.
Films include Live and Let Die, Treasure of Matecumbe, The Three Musketeers and The Aristocats.
with Richard Baker
Reports and features reflecting the life of Britain today.
Presented this week by Michael Barratt
Valerie Singleton and Bob Wellings including
Slim and Trim
With Al Murray
With its usual, unusual mixture of the newest ideas for improving our lives.
Raymond Baxter, William Woollard, Michael Rodd and Judith Hann report on the success, and occasional failure of scientists and engineers to liven up the years ahead.
Tomorrow's World, £3.50, from bookshops
David 'Kid' Jensen introduces the Brotherhood of Man, Barbara Dickson, the Real Thing, Smokie, Lynsey De Paul and Mike Moran, the Rubettes, ELO and Manhattan Transfer. Show more
James Garner in The Aaron Ironwood School of Success
Jim is none too happy at having his millionaire foster-brother held up as an example by Rocky.
However, the tables are turned and they are only too glad of his talents when the Mafia muscle in on Aaron's highly remunerative racket.
Thai boxers move like ballet dancers as they deliver pile-driver blows-with their feet. Chavalit was just one of the thousands of aspiring boys seeking fortune and honour for family and village by practising Thailand's number one sport. Thai boxing dates back to when the Siamese wars were fought with sword and stave. In Bangkok can be found a grace and elegance which Western civilisation has either lost or never had; but only just below the surface there's also a great capacity for violence which spills over into its entertainment.
with Richard Baker
Leonard Sachs presents the old-time music hall programme, first broadcast in 1977. Features Ron Moody, Teresa Brooke, Melanie Munro, Arthur Askey, Josef Locke and Aimi MacDonald. Show more
The arts in America
Introduced by Humphrey Burton
'I try to paint what really is. It's not my hobby, looking into windows and seeing what you're doing at night. I know what you're doing because I've lived this life.'
The son of Italian immigrants, Fasanella grew up amongst the gangsters of Lower Manhattan. From reform school he went to a series of jobs in light industry and became passionately involved in the Labour movement. At 30 he began painting. Now in his 60s he's a celebrity, recording in fantastic detail the landscape he knows -the working man's New York, Little Italy, the parades, the factories, the mythologies of baseball and Watergate.
' Man is his own invention; every artist's problem is to invent himself. He does not reflect the world but invents it.'
In total contrast Motherwell is an abstract artist and one of the founding fathers of the hugely influential New York school of painters.
Ralph Fasanella director Michael Macintyre
Robert Motherwell director Barrie Gavin
John Timpson and Denis Tuohy
With Donald MacCormick
Plus News Headlines
Including a report on the former French Prime Minister Jacques Chirac, now standing for the position of Mayor of Paris - against President Giscard d'Estaing's candidate Michel d'Ornano. With the first round of the election this
Sunday, Keith Kyle reports on Jacques Chirac's position in French politics today.
BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.
This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More