6.5 Cosmology Before Newton
6.30 Emperor Augustus: Portrait and Image
6.55 Sodium Chemistry
7.20 Moral Responsibility
7.45 Changing Sea Levels
6.5 Cosmology Before Newton
9.10 Higher Education
2: Student Life. What is it really like to be a student at university?
9.38 Science Workshop Seeds and Plants 'B'
Presenters DAVID HARGREAVES
LILIAN EVANS , MALCOLM MCFEE Producer MICHAEL COYLE
10.0 You and Me. Shake and Roll SUSAN CALLAND , Mandy and her mum visit the supermarket.
10.15 Maths at Work
10.40 Mind Stretchers
10.45 Pages from Ceefax
11.0 Words and Pictures
11.17 One World
11.39 Advanced Level Studies: Statistics
12.5 pm Tele-Montage
Eight programmes based on excerpts from French-speaking TV networks. 2: Switzerland - With a Difference Research JANE cottave
Producer SUSAN PATON
12.30 Pages from Ceefax
2.1 Watch. Trees. 2: Tree Trunks
Louise watches a tree being felled and examines the rings to see how old it is. She and James then discuss what wood is used for and make some simple wooden musical instruments. Presenters LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and JAMES EARL ADAIR
Producer CAROLINE GODLEY
2.18 Subtitle Slot
A series of programmes with subtitles for the benefit of hearing-impaired children.
Zig Zag: Hungry Times by IAN TAYLOR
Part 2 of a play set among the Normans and Saxons Producer MORTON SURGUY
2.40 Zig Zag
The Olympics: The Ancient Olympics
How can children be encouraged to write stories co-operatively, both for themselves and for others to read? A look at children at work and guidance given by teachers.
Producer david SELIGMAN
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Another British comedy.today starring Peter Sellers , Robert Morley Constance Cummings
The House of MacPherson, old estab. lished tweed manufacturers is invaded by an efficiency expert. Her brisk new methods upset the firm's elderly retainers and drive the chief accountant to thoughts of murder ...
Written and produced by MONJA DANISCHEWSKY . Based on the short story The Catbird Seat by JAMES THURBER Directed by CHARLES CRICHTON
The Open -1969
Sit back and re-live the atmosphere at Royal Lytham and St Anne's as Tony Jacklin became golfs new superstar.
Series producer JEFF GODDARD
After an absence of 14 years Sheffield Wednesday, one of the oldest clubs in the Football League, is back in the First Division. For a city that has taken more than its fair share of industrial knocks it's the first piece of good news in a long time.
Film editor BRYAN JONES
Executive producer WILLIAM GREAVES Producer MIKE MURRAY
with Judith Hann
On that rather special birthday, Judith Hann discovers that her party guests all have their pet theories for facing up to 40. James Hunt favours exercise; Russell Grant plumps for vitamins; Lulu and Wendy Richard think diet's the key to a longer, healthier life. Not unnaturally Judith turns to science to find out which - if any - of them are right, as she tries to discover The Best We Can Do to stay young.
This week she discovers some chemical clues to the way people age.
Assistant producer TERESA HUNT Film editor SIMON ROSE Producer DAVID FILKIN
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The Wreck of the Mary Rose
4: Back to Life The hull of the Mary Rose was raised on 11 October 1982.
Millions ot television viewers and thousands of spectators watchedspellbound. Now, near Nelson's flagship The Victory, the flagship of Henry VIII rests in dry dock. 'Dry' apart from the constant spray of water that's poured on the timbers to keep them from drying out and breaking. In this fourth report on the greatest underwater excavation that Great Britain has ever seen, Chronicle re-examines the hull and talks to the research groups advising on conservation, reconstruction and display. It also looks at the work being done on the ship's artefacts; the boots and jerkins worn by the men, the tools and weapons they used, the bones of the cattle they ate and, prior to their interment this summer, at their own bones which provide remarkable information about their age, strength and state of health.
The Mary Rose excavation is unique, not least because so much has survived underwater that would have decayed on land. Work continues on the preservation of longbows, arrows, cannon and gold coins. But perhaps the most remarkable work is being done on the sludge contained in bottles and chests. This has produced straw, grape skins, seeds and even Tudor fleas - proof that the flea comb found in a sailor's jerkin was a necessary item for a comfortable life on board.
Film editor DAVID HEAD
Written and produced by JOHN SELWYN GILBERT
Series editor BRUCE NORMAN
Presented by Jonathan King from Florida. First Miami, where he visits a new movie being shot on location, interviews America's No 1 author-Robert Ludlum , and catches up with some stars of the past, ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS. Then on to Fort Lau derdale, the scene of the major teenage phenomenon - 'Spring Break' and the summer home of America's top baseball teams.
Executive producer MICHAEL HURLL Producer GORDON ELSBURY
by DESMOND HOGAN
Maurice returns to Ireland and a dying father, who cannot forgive his son's pacifism. Maurice is unrepentant: 'The blood comes from a misconceived revolution. Those fighting now have as much right to say they are heroes as you have'.
Designer BRYAN ELLIS
Script editor DAVID SNODIN Producer BRENDA reid
Director CHRISTOPHER KING
News, views, people and music from Britain's black communities with presenters Juliet Alexander and Vince Herbert. Britain's black youngsters are hardest hit by unemployment. Statistics show that they are less likely to get a job than their white contemporaries. The Youth Training Scheme was designed to help the young unemployed. Is it helping the black unemployed?
Tomorrow night Slough Council looks set to elect Britain's first black woman mayor. What are the chances for more black councillors and when can we expect to see some black mps?
Plus music from Prince Charles and the City Beat Band.
Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM BBC Bristol
John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick , with MAUREEN CARTER and BRIDGET KENDALL , present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.
Glynn Christian 's culinary cruise of the Mediterranean takes him to Turkey whose food has been voted best in the world by international experts.
Producer PETER HERCOMBE
11.55 Topology: Classifying Surfaces Geometrically
Think of any surface. You can construct it with, at most, two special surfaces: take several copies of each, distort them, connect them.
12.20 Inquiry: Plate Tectonics
Volcanoes and earthquakes are continued evidence of collisions deep inside the earth's crust between the massive rigid 'plates' which support the oceans and continents.