6.40 Choosing a Material
6.40 Choosing a Material
Story: The Beach by JACQUELINE SHARMAN Presenters
Sarah Long , Ben Bazell
Musician PETER GOSLING Designer JOHN BRISTOW
Scriptwriter JACQUELINE SHARMAN Directed by JUDY WHITFIELD Producer ANNE COBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Book, Play School: Ready to Play, £1.50, from bookshops, Play On, record (REC 332), cassette (zcm 332). Bang on a Drum, songs from Play School and Play Away, record (REC 242) or cassette (MRMC 004), from record shops
4.50 Organisation Development: 2
5.15 Numerical Computation
5.40 Television and Politics: Britain: 3
6.5 The Conservative Government 1970-72
6.30 Telecommunication Systems
Peter Seabrook visits Hall Place at Leigh near Tonbridge, the home of Lord Hollenden. The house and gardens were built over 100 years ago and mature specimen trees are one of the major features. The great variety of rhododendrons make a colourful background to the lawns and the lake. y which provides a peaceful home for the wild-fowl.
Produced by PHILIP HICKS BBC Birmingham
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
with Robert Erskine
A series of 13 programmes about 25 centuries of coins. 7:A Roman View
Since so many buildings in Imperial Rome and the provinces have totally disappeared, it's fortunate that they appear intact on the coins.
Directed by PHILIP CHILVERS Produced by BETTY WHITE
David Holmes , the BBC's Political Editor, presents a weekly insight into the world of politics and outlines the conflicts and the consequences.
Editor PAUL NORRIS
Documentary about the use of aerial photography to survey archaeological sites in Britain. The technique has helped build a better picture of life in prehistoric and Roman Britain. Show more
From the books by James Herriot
Adapted by Brian Clark
Starring Christopher Timothy as James Herriot and Robert Hardy as Siegfried Farnon.
A 13-part series.
Life for a newly-qualified vet in the Yorkshire Dales isn't easy. First you have to find employment - not a simple thing in the 30s, as James Herriot discovers...
"Probably the most complete success of the new year." (The Guardian)
"Beyond criticism; this series has everything." (Broadcast)
(First shown on BBC1)
Over the next three days Jeremy James takes a critical look at the British way of sport. 1: Football
It's the game we invented; the game we beat the world at in 1966; and our league is still called the ' best in the world'. Yet since 1966 England have failed at international level to win crucial qualifying games. By contrast, West Germany have hardly been out of the World Cup finals since the war. Behind the scenes at Ipswich and FC Cologne, talking with top managers and players, some of the reasons why become clearer. Producer DAVID FILKIN
(Tomorrow night: Athletics)
Sixteen champion darts players compete for the BBC2 Bullseye Trophy featuring the first two quarter-finals Bill Lennard v Colin Baker Tony Brown v Tony Sontag
Four Englishmen contest tonight's matches, including Bill Lennard who played so well in beating World Champion John Lowe in the first round.
Introduced by PETER PURVES Commentators
SID WADDELL , TONY GREEN
Producer NICK HUNTER BBC Manchester
The BBC Book of World Darts, £1.25, from bookshops
Jean-Louis Trintlgnant Stefania Sandrelli
One of the best foreign films shown on BBC2 in the last three years.
Bertolucci's film, set in Fascist Italy before the war, is a graphic picture of a man tortured by sexual and political pressure.
Marcello's life is spent trying to sublimate a childhood crime by behaving as conventionally as possible. A civil servant, engaged to a middle-class girl of limited intelligence, he even volunteers as a Fascist spy in his effort to conform. But this attempt to identify with the ruling class casts Marcello even farther from the society he seeks to support.
Based on the novel by ALBERTO MORAVIA Written and directed by BERNARDO BERTOLUCCI
(An Italian film with English sub-titles)
More live pictures from television cameras observing the intimate behaviour of a family of foxes in and around their underground earth somewhere in Bristol. At two months old the fox cubs should be indulging in their favourite activity - play
BBC Two is a lively channel of depth and substance, carrying a range of knowledge-building programming complemented by great drama, comedy and arts.
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