6.40 Biology of Polluted Water
7.5 Ocean Crust
7.30 Critical Path
6.40 Biology of Polluted Water
7.5 Ocean Crust
7.30 Critical Path
It's All Right: 1
10.12 Words and Pictures Growly Bear
Skyscrapers and Slums
10.50 Mind Stretchers
A series of five problems for 10- to 11-year-olds designed to encourage thinking skills.
1: Weather-the Problem Presented by JIM BACON
A simple temperature forecast. Graphics JULIA RAE
Producer NICHOLAS WHINES Series producer DAVID TAFT
11.2 Science All Around
Food and Nutrition: 1
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them.
Introduced by Susan Calland. (Repeat)
11.40 Resource Units 11-13:
Religious and moral education
Who's the Greatest?
12.5 pm Kontakte
21: Wo wohen Sie?
Weather JOHN SHERWOOD
Including a profile of the new Brian Rix. Pebble Mill cameras follow the former master of Whitehall farce as he tackles a challenging new role - that ot Secretary General of MENCAP.
Also A Fine Kettle of Fish with Michael Smith.
Editor JIM DUMIGHAN. BBC Birmingham
A See-Saw programme by PETER FIRMIN , OLIVER POSTGATE
Music by SANDRA KERR , JOHN FAULKNER
North American Indians - Tipis
JAMES EARL ADAIR introduces the first of three programmes on the Plains Indians and shows how the tipi was perfectly suited to their nomadic way of life. He talks to DAVID ROGERS , grandson of a Nez Perce chieftain, and shows the children how to make their own model tipis.
Producer TOM STANIER
2.18 Near and Far. Moorlands
Story: The Shah's Snakes written and illustrated by LORNA TURPIN
Presenters Elizabeth Millbank Stuart McGugan
Cotton Pickin' Pocket Picker
A series of comedy cartoons starring superhero Hong Kong Phooey and his very necessary assistant Spot, the police cat.
by E. NESBIT dramatised in six parts by JULIA JONES
Gerald, Cathy and Jimmy are forced to spend the summer holidays at Cathy's school, because their cousin has caught measles. Mademoiselle, who is looking after them, lets them go out for a picnic, and Gerald makes a discovery which is to lead them into many strange adventures before the holidays are over. 1: A Magic Day
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director DOROTHEA BROOKING
The nature series with the latest news and information on our wildlife, with Su Ingle and Michael Jordan
A new series with a new presenter. Joining Su Ingle is naturalist Michael Jordan, who this week comes across a pond full of squabbling toads and finds out what the fighting is all about. And Michael asks you to send in information on your own wildtrack pond. Su looks at the profusion of wild flowers in a traditional English meadow, and tells you how to create your own area of meadowland in your back garden. And a special report for Wildtrack from David Attenborough, who sets off on an epic sea voyage in search of the wildlife of the sub Antarctic.
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Introduced by Tony Hart
An animation series
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
In which Britain learns what's happening from studios throughout the country. Linked live from London by FRANK BOUGH
SUE LAWLEY, RICHARD KERSHAW HUGH SCULLY and SUE COOK including
Airliner for the 80s
Bernard Clark reports on the BA 146, Britain's new short-haul jet, designed to set new standards of noise control and fuel economy on the world's air routes.
1: From Blueprints to Blue Skies
(Regional details as Tuesday)
Almost Angels - Part 1
Young Toni manages to join the famous Vienna Boys Choir on probation. Toni not only has his father's opposition to fight but jealousy within the school at his rapid success.
Written by VERNON HARRIS Directed by STEVE PREVIN A walt DISNEY production
(Part 2 will be shown next week)
starring Lena Zavaroni in the fifth of six programmes with her special guests Norman Collier Nana Mouskouri
Musical director ARTHUR GREENSLADE Choreographer LUDOVICO ROMANO Script NEIL SHAND
Costume designer DORINDA REA Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM Designer KENNETH SHARP
Producer STEWART MORRIS
with Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and co-respondents around the world Weatherman
The video-boom is here - sales of video-cassette recorders are rocketing. But three giant electronics companies are crossing their collective corporate fingers about a brand new video-player which they've risked millions in developing.
The videodisc player will soon be in the shops, with top feature films - and much else - available on shiny discs for much less than the current price of a video-cassette. But unlike the video-cassette recorder, you can't record on to a disc - so they're no good if you just want to watch Play for Today tomorrow.
Kieran Prendiville and Michael Rodd give us a taste of what the videodisc can do-and talk to the three companies who have spent fortunes in an attempt to win the lion's share of a market that just might not exist.
Studio director JOHN GORMAN
Assistant producer TERESA HUNT
Executive producer JONATHAN CRANE Producer CHARLES BUFF
Introduced by Harry Carpenter
The top events, personalities and stories in sport.
FA Cup Finals
On Saturday afternoon at Wembley Stadium, 100,000 fortunate ticket-holders and countless millions of television viewers will witness one of Britain's traditional sporting occasions, the 100th FA Challenge Cup Final - a far cry from the 2,000 spectators for the first Final at Kennington Oval in 1872. Cup Final history is littered with shock victories, drama and dispute, coincidence and controversy, and tonight JOHN MOTSON recalls some of those magic moments with the great soccer characters of this annual event.
Scottish Cup Final
ARCHIE MACPHERSON looks forward to Saturday's Final at Hampden Park between Rangers, winners on 23 occasions, and Jim McLean 's remarkable Dundee United team, holders of the Scottish League Cup for the last two years.
Producers JIM RESIDE JOHN ROWLINSON Cricket scores on Ceefax
with Robert Kee
A weekly look at what is new, controversial and entertaining in the world of paperback books.
ROBERT KEE talks to Alexander Zinoviev , whose satire on Soviet Russia, The Yawning Heights, has received some of the most extravagant praise for any book in the last decade; also Christopher Booker , author of The Games War -an account of the 1980 Moscow Olympics.
Research DOROTHY SPOKES, KATE MEYNELL Producers
JULIAN JEBB , ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES
by SHELAGH DELANEY starring Avis Bunnage and Annette Crosbie
A chance encounter late one night in central Manchester reunites two estranged sisters-but for how long?
Lighting STAN SNAPE Sound EDDIE MAGRATH Producer MIKE HEALEY
Director MATTHEW ROBINSON
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