9.35 Out of the Past The King's Glaziers
1: A Blaze of Light
Songs, stories and activities designed to stimulate the language development *of young children. ' The Story of Chen Ping '
Chen Ping is not tempted to claim a gold or silver axe. He identifies an old iron axe as his and his honesty is rewarded. Presenter JILL SHILLING Puppets ALAN PLATT
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
10.16 Look and Read
What is a King's Dragon?
10.38 Resource Unit: English Language at Work
11.0 Watch. Clothing - Hats
11.17 Television Club
Man's Best Friend
11.38 Time Out of Mind John Brunner
12.5 pm General Studies
Politics and Society: 3
Weather MICHAEL FISH
including Family Matters with experts Dr David Delvin Pat Petch , Brian Jackson and Vincent Duggleby
A See-Saw programme
with Rick Jones
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
With Wendy Padbury and Stephen Leigh.
2.14 Encounter: Germany School
2.40 Japan: The Crowded Islands Factory
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
Story: The Banger
Written by EVA FIGES
Illustrated by JOANNA STUBBS Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Ben Thomas
with Martin Jarvis
The Indian in the Cupboard by LYNNE REID BANKS Part 2: More Magic
Introduced by Johnny Morris With TERRY NUTKINS
Animals come in all sorts of colours, but today Johnny and Terry reveal that most of the profusion of multicoloured plumage and fur comes down to just two basic pigments - red and black.
Also. how one hospital hopes to make patients better by bringing in wild animals for the children there to see and handle.
Produced by : MIKE BEYNON . BBC Bristol
A series in 18 episodes Part 11 by ALAN JANES
Doyle's latest money-making venture threatens to close down the new common rooms.
Grange Hill pupils:
Studio lighting ALAN BORNE
Studio sound GRAHAM WILKINSON Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Producer COLIN CANT
Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE
Grange Hill Goes Wild, 14.50, from bookshops
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
Presented Monday to Friday by FRANK BOUGH , SUE
LAWLEY RICHARD KERSHAW , HUGH SCULLY and SUE cook, with contributions from regional presenters in BBC studios throughout the country.
The reporting team of LUKE CASEY, PATTIE COLDWELL , SALLY HARD-CASTLE, JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT , LAURIE MAYER , TONY WILKINSON , NICHOLAS WOOLLEY and GLYN WORSNIP travels the country to bring you details of the way life is Nationwide.
Including Animal Matters: the weekly advice spot on caring for your pets.
(Regional details as Monday)
Regional Variations (3)
Rolf Harris introduces half-an-hour of comedy with Bugs Bunny in Bill of Hare Barney Bear in Heir Bear
Officer Pooch and Little Tinker
Presented- by CECIL KORER
America's comedy hit Honour thy Father
Alex is faced with his past when his sister arrives to say his long-lost father is in a nearby hospital. The cabbies can't understand his reaction to the news. starring
Written by LES CHARLES and GLEN CHARLES
Directed by JAMES BURROWS
A look back at six of the most popular television drama series from Britain and America.
Tonight: Alias Smith and Jones
A Western adventure with Hannibal Heyes and Jed 'Kid' Curry, two of the roughest, toughest, nicest and kindest-outlaws who ever rode the West.
Starring Pete Duel as Smith and Ben Murphy as Jones
with guest stars Susan Strasberg, Slim Pickens, Pernell Roberts
When Smith and Jones find steady jobs in Wickenburg, it seems a safe place to stay while waiting for their amnesty. But after one or two extremely unpleasant encounters with some rather forceful gentlemen, they begin to feet that they are not welcome.
A comedy series by BILL MACILWRAITH , starring
Producer RAY BUTT
with John Edmunds ; Weatherman
by DEREK LISTER , with ' I wish I could write ... about what Spain was like - a real cause. Not just Cornford, Hemingway and Orwell, but the ordinary blokes who went.'
A confused industrial dispute at a London hospital triggers off in trade unionist George Harley 's mind memories of his days fighting in the Spanish Civil War, when the issues seemed so much clearer.
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Studio lighting ALAN HORNE Studio sound CHICK ANTHONY Designer COI.IN SHAW Producer TERRY COLES Director BARRY DAVIS
Regional Variations (2)
The First Freedom
' We look forward to a world founded upon four essential human freedoms. The first is the freedom of speech and expression everywhere in the world ...'
(FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT)
Britain is held to be the most tolerant and liberal country in the world, and censorship in the media never seems to go unremarked - headlines in the newspapers draw attention to the suppression of television programmes, news reports and publications. But perhaps there are more subtle ways in which freedom of expression can be limited or controlled by those who lead our society or run our media.
In this film we look at some recent and not-so-well publicised case histories and ask those who feel their ' first freedom ' has been curtailed to put their cases and to justify their complaints.
Film cameraman BERNARD HEDGES Film editor PAUL CARTER
Producer DON FAIR SERVICE. BBC Bristol
On which, every week, a man or woman whose answers may influence our lives, faces half-an-hour of tough, topical questions on an issue of concern to us all. Interviewer Fred Emery
Director ANN MORLEY Producer SUE AYLING