6.40 Navigation. 7.30 The Simplex Method.
9.5 Tele-Montage: 3: Jean Michel Folon
9.35 Alles klar: 1
Talking about yourself; Feeling ill; Saying you're sorry
9.53 Capricorn Game: 3
A serial adventure
10.10-10.30 Merry-go-Round: Sex Education: Full Circle
11.0 Watch: Moses in Egypt
Watch Again (record REC 379, cassette zcm 375) from retailers
11.17 Television Club: A School in Time: Roller Rats
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
Weather jim BACON
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
DONNY MACLEOD , MARIAN FOSTER and DAVID FREEMAN present another informal lunchtime mix from the Pebble Mill foyer.
Today's guests include Derek Jacobi
Editor PETER HERCOMBC BBC Birmingham
A See-Saw programme Balloons by JULIE HOLDER
Pootle can't blow-up his balloon, but when Father invents a special pump Pootle gets a bird's.eye. view' of the situation. Narration GAY SOPER
Music PAUL READI
Animation DAVID kellarer
Producer david yates
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds, and adults watching with them. Stretch and Run DAVID ASHTON and his young friends meet sonia LANNAMAN and do some exercises.
Puppett ALAN FUTT
Animationburaandhardwick Director JULIA DRUM
Producer BARBARA Parker
2.40 Descubra Espafia
Pueblo y capital
A series of ten programmes presented by ANN LADBURY with designs by CAROLINE CHARLES
5: Ann Ladbury gives some more professional tips on how to achieve a really crisp and professional finish to home-sewn clothes. She also looks at whether or not going to an adult education class is a good way to improve your dress-making skills.
Assistant producer erica Griffith ! Studio director JEREMY ORLEBAR Producer jenny ROGERS
Story: The Very Hungry' Caterpillar by ERIC CARLE Presenters
Elizabeth Mlllbank , Don Spencer
Record, Play School Hello (Rec 425 and cassette ZCM 425), from retailer.
Misadventures with Popeye, the spinach-guzzling cartoon sailor.
with Roy Castle and Norris McWhlrter
Do you know ... the length of the longest moustache? The weight of the heaviest man?
Roy and Norris discover the longest, shortest, highest, lowest, rarest, deepest, greatest - more people and things with a place in the record books.
Designer debbie knight
Producer ALAN russell
Regional Variations (2)
by Bob Block
Nadia becomes a Ping Pong Ball, the Horse becomes a Pantomime Pegasus, Meaker becomes a Green Doll, Painting becomes a Teddy Bear and the Perkins put on a cabaret for Dr Newman.
Picnic on the River byMICHAEL BOND
Narrated by MICHAEL HORDERN
Animated and directed by ivor WOOD Music by HERBERT CHAPPELL
Executive producerGRAHAM clutterbuck
with Richard Baker ; Weatherman
Look.East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South Eist at Six
Points West, South Today Spatlighf South West and at 6.25
Frank Bough and Richard Kershaw report on the news stories that matter and what they mean for the people of Britain, with films and features from the programme's team of reporters. LUKE CASEY ,PATTIE COLDWELL JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG
BILL KERR ELLIOTT , LAURIE MAYER
FRAN MORRISON , MARGARET NELSON MICHAEL WALE , TONY WILKINSON NICHOLAS WQOLLEY ,GLYN WORSNIP
Producers LIND Ferrari ,philip hardino MIKE BOGAN , RICHARD TAIT Editor ROGER BOLTON
Regional Variations (2)
The show that helps you make the best of what you've got, with Richard Stilgoe , Gillian Reynolds and Dr Mike Smith
Petula Clark reveals the secret of her show-stopping energy.
Push back the furniture for a home keep-fit class, find out how exercise and sport are helping the unemployed of Consett, and how to get properly equipped for a walk in the country.
JENNI BURROWS , YVONNE DEUTSCHMAN Studio director ROY CHAPMAN Producer kcith sueatber BBC Bristol
Episode 6 by DAVID HOPKINS
Bill Ryan complains about nepotism - ' there's men unemployed and here's someone jumping in at the front of the queue.'
(For cast see page 33)
The sixth of seven documentaries that brought you newspaper-reading satellites and fish with headlights... but tonight: Music, Music, Music
'If music be the food of love, play on'. But what kind of music should one play for which girl? And does it change from country to country?
In the West there is almost total agreement over what romantic music should sound like. Indeed there is music to go with every kind of mood and occasion, from weddings to cowboy films. we hear it and we simply know its right for a particular emotion.
By why should music convey emotions? Are musical notes themselves actually sad or happy? And if so, why then do Indian love songs sound completely different from our own?
A serial in ten parts by JOHN FINCH starring Thora Hird , Bill Fraser Nigel Stock and John Stone
7: A crisis point for Neil and Dorothy - and as Neil says, 'Divorce is like giving up smoking, you've got to want to ...
Music by PETER skellern Script editor TED rhodei Designerpaul montagui
Directed by TERENCE DUDLEY BBC Manchester
with John Humphrys ; Weatherman
by STEPHEN LOWE Time: 1999
Setting: A city tower block converted into a government-run 'Youth Unit'. The youths, at an age when they might be studying, training, working or protesting, have been ' bought off by the government -this being paid for by the ' New Wealth' created by the development of the new microchip technology. The 'shades of the title are dark glasses, the donning of which enables the youths to pursue - each of them - his or her own dream, career or obsession.
Graphics CHARLES MCGHIS Lighting JOHN GREEN DesignerDON taylor
Script editor amis parr
Producerneil zeicer DirectorBILL HATS
Regional Variations (2)
Terry Wogan hosts his late-night show with top stars from home and abroad, people in the headlines, film reports and the very best of music.
Tonight's special guest David Frost
Programme associate CHRIS GREENWOOD Sound BOB FOLEY
Lighting PETER WESSON Designer JOHN STOUT
Director DAVE PERROTTET Producer MARCUS plantin
A married man's affair with a young girl leads to a complicated case for Harry Orwell - and to murder.
Written by gene Thompson Directed by JERRY THORPE