6.5 Modern Art: Monuments
6.30 Sanctions and Rhodesia: 2
6.55 Diabetes: Causes and Effects
7.20 Manmade Macromolecules
7.45 The Return of the Fly
6.5 Modern Art: Monuments
9.9 Encounter: Italy A Land of Custom
Italian traditions: a contrada in Siena; a primitive ritual in Basilicata.
9.25 Pages from Ceefax
9.48 Maths at Work
5: Young people use CSE maths: a surveyor, mechanical engineer, sheet metal worker and forester.
Narrator KIERAN PRENDIVILLE Producer ROGER FRY
Series producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.8 Pages from Ceefax
10.35 Update USA
5: Deep South Town, Greenville, Mississippi, is a small town in the poorest region of the poorest state in the USA. The economic boom in the US south has reached Greenville but has left question marks about the effect on the roots of the area's poverty. Commentary PETER FRANCE Producer LEN BROWN
Birds. 2: Eggs
11.17 Computer Club
The Computer and the Transport Planner
All aboard! How can a computer help solve the problems of conveying by sea the million or so people between the Greek mainland and the islands in the best possible way?
Producer ROBIN GWYN
11.40 Mindstretchers: Problems
Bridges. Building a model bridge with limited materials.
Series producer DAVID TAFT (Solution on Friday at 10.40 am)
11.45 Pages from Ceefax
2.0 pm You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Cosmo and Dibs are helping GARY wilMOT clean the market stall, both up high and down low. A visit to a factory to watch a doll being made. Cosmo FRANCES KAY Dibs FRANCIS WRIGHT
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN
2.15 British Social History Twentieth-Century Woman
Fifty years ago central Salford was a poverty-stricken slum of small terraced houses; today it is a vast council estate where people still live in relative poverty. How have the lives of the women there changed over half a century - and is the change one for the better? Through personal reminiscences, illustrated with rare archive footage, women from Salford and Preston produce a disturbing examination of their changing role and of the society in which they live. Producer ALAN EREIRA
Cambridge College of Arts and Technology faces possible financial cuts after the national advisory body's recommendations for reorganisation of further and higher education.
Producer ANNE DLACK
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
starring Billy Gilbert
Jack Norton , Christine Mclntyre When a lovesick man is rejected by his girlfriend because he doesn't like music there's only one place to go for a cure: Dr Van Loon 's Melody Clinic! 'We use no pills to cure your ills'. Directed by JEAN W. YARBROUGH An RKO film
continues a short season of films starring Deanna Durbin tonight with Franchot Tone
Ambitious for a singing career on Broadway, Ann Carter arrives in New York to find that her brother is not wealthy as she supposed. But he is Charles Gerard 's butler, and Gerard is a famous composer. Determined to take advantage of any opportunity to sing for Gerard, Ann persuades her brother to hire her as a maid ...
Screenplay by SAMUEL HOFFENSTEIN and BETTY REINHARDT
Produced by FELIX JACKSON Directed by FRANK BORZAGE
Films: page 14
by BERNARD SHAW starring
'Be careful not to start opinion on the notion that Androcles is one of my larks. It is ... a great religious drama-with leonine relief.' (GBS)
'Full of wit, humour and argument and performed by a cast it would have been hard to assemble on the London stage.'
(THE DAILY TELEGRAPH)
Special music JONATHAN COHEN Designer THOMAS YARDLEY JONES Produced by RONALD SMEDLEY
Time, written by BEN ELTON
RIK MAYALL , LISE MAYER
A plane-load of funsters crashes in the African jungle; the souffle still won't rise; a former model charges through the plot like a tornado; anything can happen and probably will. starring Adrian Edmondson Rik Mayall , Nigel Planer
Christopher Ryan , Alexei Sayle with Amazulu and GARY BEADLE , JONATHAN CAPLAN ,
ROBBIE COLTRANE , LEE CORNES, DAWN
FRENCH, GARETH HALE , HELEN LEDERER ,
PAUL MARTIN , NORMAN PACE, JENNIFER SAUNDERS and JULIANNE WHITE
Additional material ALEXEI SAYLE Music PETER BREWIS
Make-up VIVIEN RILEY Sound LAURIE TAYLOR Lighting FRED WRIGHT
Designer GRAEME STORY
Production PAUL JACKSON
The BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall First Semi-final
A Scotsman who shepherds in the bleak Liddesdale Hills and a veteran Welsh farmer who tends sheep at the foot of the Cambrian Mountains, meet on the trials field above Loch Lomond for a place in the singles final. For Scotland: BOBBY DALZIEL from Roxburghshire with Joe
For Wales: EVAN HOPKINS from Dyfed with Fly
The Brace Championship begins today when each competitor runs two dogs at the same time, with ten sheep to control.
ERIC ELLIOTT with Besse and Fly (England) v JOHN MCSWIGGAN with Jess and Gail (Ireland)
Technical co-ordinator ROY SMITH Director MICHAEL KERR Producer IAN SMITH
Introduced and devised by Maria Aitken
The last in a series of late-evening conversations in which Maria Aitken invites her guests to reminisce and reveal the private memories behind the public face.
Tonight Kenneth Williams and Germaine Greer compare their personal pleasures and treasures.
Music by PETER SKELLERN with ROBERT WHITE (tenor) and MARIUS MAY (cello)
Assistant producer PETER ESTALL Director PHILIP CHILVERS
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
11.50 The Grand Inquisitor
This dramatisation in English of the fable from Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov features the great speech by the Grand Inquisitor, played by SIR JOHN GIELGUD.
12.15 am Popular Culture: Pleasure
What is meant by the 'pleasure' of watching popular television programmes? A look at a crime series with a difference.