6.40 Sexual Identity: Male Gays. 7.5 Complex Human Ecosystems: 2. 7.30 Rodin.
9.0 Home Economics: Vitamin C
9.25 Higher Education: Student Life
9.52 Merry-go-Round: Sex Education: Birth
This is the second of three sex-education programmes for 8- and 9-year-olds in schools. It includes film of a human birth, and brief sequences showing the hatching of chicks and the birth of kittens.
10.15 It's Maths!: Area
10.40-10.45 Mindstretchers: Problem: Houses
11.0 Hyn o Fyd: Byd Natur: Copyn
(Nature: The spider. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
11.22 Capricorn Game: 2
A serial adventure.
11.40 Going to Work: Spare Time
12.5 pm Mindstretchers: Problem: Houses
Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
Weather Jim Bacon
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Including another report from Holland at the Floriade. It's the biggest flower show in the world, and Peter Seabrook takes us on a tour that proves that there's more to Dutch flowers than just tulips.
A See-Saw programme
2.2 Scene: A Question of Class
How class conscious are we? Who's a snob and who's a yob? Young people from two towns going to state and public schools talk about the way they see class. Producer LAURIE STANLEY
Series producer ROGER TONGE
A series of ten programmes Presented by ANN LADBURY with designs by CAROLINE CHARLES 4: Choosing the right fabric makes a big difference to the finished effect of an outfit. Ann Ladbury gives some useful tips on coping with both easy and ' difficult ' fabrics, and there's a visit to the well-known fabric designer susAN COLLIER , to see how she works.
Regional Variations (2)
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
Story: Going Shopping written and illustrated by SARAH GARLAND. Presenters Chloe Ashcroft , Dev Sagoo
Pianist JONATHAN COHEN
Graphic designer PETER WANE Designer SALLY MCKEE
Photographer DAVE CLARKE
Written and directed by PIPPA DYSON Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
A series of six programmes featuring some of Hollywood's great silent comedy stars. 3: Lupino Lane in which Mark Curry looks at the film career of one of the few Englishmen to become a big star in the Hollywood of the 20s.
Lupino Lane 's films always included fantastic acrobatic stunts and his comedy routines have to be seen to be believed.
Complied by PHILIP JENKINSON Film editor PETER MARSH Director BRUCE RAWLINGS
Producer JOHN BUTTERY. BBC Manchester
with John Craven and Paul McDowell
Every Friday the Newsround team takes a closer look at one big issue that people really care about. John and Paul, helped by BBC reporters around the world, bring you the stories, cover the events, and meet the personalities that are making your kind of news.
Editor ERIC ROWAN
Regional Variations (2)
Rivers: A series of five programmes 3: The Yukon River
Valerie Singleton travels 4,500 miles down the Yukon river, retracing the route of the men who took part in one of the greatest adventures of all time-the 1898 Gold Rush race to the Klondike.
Written by DOROTHY SMITH
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six
Spotlight South West
Points West, South Today and at 6.22
Including at 6.45 Sportswide with Desmond Lynam
Regional Variations (2)
by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT starring co-starring featuring and A Personal Problem
Captain Peacock is having marital problems. To aggravate matters further, he is under the impression that his wife is having an affair with Mr Rumbold.
Directed by JOHN KILBY
Produced by DAVID CROFT (Repeal)
Regional Variations (2)
A quiz game with Paul Daniels.
Will last week's champion be tne first contestant to win through in consecutive weeks?
Five new contestants compete with the present champion in guessing which word, sound or object is the Odd One Out.
Produced by arrangement with RALPH EDWARDS PRODUCTIONS and ACTION TIME LTD
Based on an original format devised by MARK MAXWELL-SMITH Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON Lighting FRED WRIGHT Designer DACRE PUNT Director JOHN BISHOP
Producer ROGER ORDISH
Written by DEREK INGREY
A detective series in six episodes starring with 4: Investigation of a Copper
Video-taped evidence from an old case is missing and Nick Lewis is suspended.
Producer JOE. WATERS
Director CHRISTOPHER BAKER
Barry Took presents more of your comments on BBC television programmes.
Producer BRIAN WOLSTENHOLME
Send your letters to: Points of View
BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT
with John Simpson
Weekend Weather JIM BACON
James Arness as Jim McClain with Marshall Colt as Harry Gates George DiCenzo as Lt DeNisco Carl Franklin as Jerry Cross
Takeover McClain and Harry Gates find that patterns play a key role in predicting possible targets of a team of bank robbers working to precision timing. But one small snag throws the police off the track.
Written by FRANK ABATEMARCO Directed by LEE KATZIN
Regional Variations (3)
London: Militant Tendency ... Enemy Within?
A documentary investigation into the activities of the Marxist tendency within the Labour world.
Reporter Andy Webb
(First shown on BBC South)
South West: Rippon at the Royal
Angela Rippon reports on the opening of Britain's most advanced provincial theatre, the Theatre Royal in Plymouth, and looks ahead at what it can offer.
South: Captain of the QE2
Douglas Ridley comes from modest background in Newcastle. His ambition was to be a farmer: instead he commands the sophisticated floating city which is the last of the truly great ships.
(First shown on BBC North East)
West: Public Life: 1: The Calf Trade
A series of three programmes
Down on the farms of the West Country it's calves not milk that put the financial cream on the dairy business.
Midlands: Straight Talk
Mike Dornan with the first of five face-to-face interviews with individuals who have made their mark in the Midland communities.
The who, why, what, where and when of life in the Eastern Counties, introduced by John Mountford.
North West: Home Ground: 4: The Dutch Connection.
Brian Redhead goes to Holland to find out why the Dutch control the salad market and what advantages they have over growers in the North West like Brian Walker.
North East: As Others See Us.
The third of four programmes in which Eric Robson and a panel of guests look at the image of the North as reflected on film.
North: One Plus One
Paul Allen, writer and arts critic, talks to Clare Venables, the director of the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield about the problems of combining a difficult job with bringing up a young son.
10.45 News Headlines; Weather
The George Wimpey
ABA Championships, 1982 from the Wembley Arena
Amateur boxing's night of the year as Britain's best boxers compete for national titles and a chance in the future to compete for international honours in the Commonwealth Games in Brisbane in the autumn.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Television presentation BOB DUNCAN
Dustin Hoffman , Mia Farrow
Following a casual encounter in a bar the night before, a young couple, John and Mary, wake up in John's New York apartment to find that, although they've spent the night together, they do not know each other and are extremely wary of involvement. This contemporary love story from British director Peter Yates is filmed almost entirely on location in New York.
Screenplay by JOHN MORTIMER
Based on the novel by MERVYN JONES Produced by BEN KADISH
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