6.40 Maths: Homeomorphisms. 7.5 Romanticism. 7.30 Cross Products of Vectors.
A magazine programme for Asian women with advice and information on matters of interest to them. Including demonstrations on how to make useful items of everyday use at home, sewing and cooking, a story for children and an item of popular music.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Pebble Mill
Story: Benedict Finds a Home Written and illustrated by CHRIS L. DEMAREST. Presenters Carol Leader, Chris Tranchell
12.30 Vidar's Right: Special Education in Norway. How has Norwegian education adapted to handicapped pupils?
12.55 Childhood 5-10: Starting school is an important landmark.
A Question of Identity
How two Welsh schools try to relate to the Welsh language and the closeness of community life.
Producer DAVID THOMPSON
A BBC/Open University production
Second only to Rock Around the Clock as the movie that introduced rock 'n' roll to an unsuspecting public, Rock, Rock, Rock.' stars Tuesday Weld whose singing voice is provided by Connie Francis. Alan Freed introduces a host of artists including 13-year-old Frankie Lymon (' I'm not a juvenile delinquent'), the Johnny Burnette Trio (in a unique film appearance) and the incomparable Chuck Berry.
The plot of the film is beside the point - it's the authentic rock 'n' roll sound of the 50s that makes this oldie a goldie.
With ALAN FREED, TEDDY RANDAZZO CHUCK BERRY , THE MOONGLOWS
THE FLAMINGOS, JIMMY CAVALLO
JOHNNY BURNETTE TRIO,
LAVERN BAKER , CIRINO AND THE BOWTIES
FRANKIE LYMON AND THE TEENAGERS
CONEY ISLAND KIDS
Screenplay by MILTON SUBOTSKY from a story by MILTON SUBOTSKY and PHYLLIS COE Produced by MAX J. ROSENBERG and MILTON SUBOTSKY
Directed by WILL PRICE
BBC2 Snooker Championship The last of seven programmes.
The final frames for the 1982 Junior Pot Black Trophy featuring Paddy Browne (Dublin) or John Keers (Newcastle) v
Steve Ventham (Mitcham) or John Parrott (Liverpool)
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Commentator TED LOWE Referee JOHN WILLIAMS
Guests Dean Reynolds , Sydney Lee
Designer MARY SPENCER Lighting BARRY HILL
Graphic designer BOB COSFORD Director JOHN G. SMITH
Producer REG PERRIN . BBC Pebble Mill
with subtitles, followed by Weather
In the final programme of the present series Arthur Negus visits Temple Newsam-a house for which he has a special affection. Arthur is accompanied by tenow expert David Battle who specialises in ceramics; together they enjoy some of the treasure from the vast collections of furniture, silver, pottery and porcelain.
Lighting JACK BELASCO
Director DAVID MITCHELL.
No One Here Gets Out Alive A profile of Jim Morrison
Recently there has been a strongly revived interest in one of the foremost cult bands of the 60s-the Doors.
This film attempts, with the help of friends and associates, to discover what motivated the band s I iead - singer - JIM MORRISON - leading to his early death in Paris in July 1971.
Television presentation MICHAEL APPLETON
Second Semi-final Robin Ray puts the questions to two winners and two runners-up from the heats. They come from Inverness, London, Wigan and Chester.
As usual they are each asked to identify a compilation of four films, answer general questions and choose a specific area of the cinema on which they are prepared to be more closely tested.
Tonight's chosen areas are: Films of Robert Altman ; Films of Tyrone Power; Character Actors; Films of Humphrey Bogart.
Devised and written by robin RAY Designer CHRIS EDWARDS Directed by PAUL LOOSLEY Produced by JOHN BUTTERY
BBC2 invitation pairs Crown Green bowling tournament First Semi-final
Gene Bardon and Roy Nicholson v
Allan Thompson and Bob Hitchen
The ' finds ' of the tournament Allan Thompson and Bob Hitchen , who, on their way through to the semi-finals, have knocked out many highly fancied pairs, tonight face their toughest test. Can they defeat fellow Yorkshiremen and defending Top Crown champions, Gene Bardon and Roy Nicholson ? The No 1 seeds are in sparkling form, and yet the experts are divided about the outcome. Introduced by RICHARD DUCKENFIELD from the Waterlóo Hotel, Blackpool Commentator HARRY RIGBY
Producer BRIAN ROGERS
The third of four programmes
This week Good Time George moves to The Hexagon, Reading, where jazz entertainer George Melly performs in his inimitable style numbers including ' I want a hot dog for my roll' and ' Empty bed blues' and is joined on stage by his special guest, the exciting Linda Lewis featuring
John Chilton 's Feetwarmers JOHN CHILTON (trumpet) BRUCE boardman (piano) BARRY DILLON (bass)
CHUCK SMITH (drums)
Sound BARRIE HAWES
Lighting JOHN STERLING Designer STEPHEN SCOTT Producer simon BETTS
with Edinburgh Festival Report
JOAN BAKEWELL with what's going on at the Edinburgh Festival; and DONALD maccormick in London to assess the news at home and abroad.