9.20 Unter Uns
Wir stellen uns vor; In der stadt; Verbindungen
9.38 Dicho y Hecho
Talking about yourself; feeling ill; saying you're sorry
9.55 Thinkabout Moving Along
Sally finds more than one way of moving a heavy load.
10.12 Science Workshop Analysing 'B'
10.34 Scene: Coins Against the Wall
11.5 The History Trail: 3: A Restoration Christmas
It is 1660, and England celebrates Christmas with the return of the King. But will he restore his followers' lost fortunes?
Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN
11.30 Outlook: Farming Through the Ages: 3 Turning the Soil
Increased mechanisation on the farm becomes inevitable as more people leave to work in industry.
Presenter DAVID PARRY JONES Producer ALWYN HUMPHRIES BBC Wales
ANDREW HARVEY introduces a series for swimmers and non-swimmers of all ages. 6: Under-Fives
12.20 pm Propaganda With Facts
How cinema newsreels were used in the 1940s - during and after the war.
1: And as Far as Possible, the Whole Truth
12.45 Letting Go
Six films for parents and teenagers
Friends and Fashion Programme notes from Letting Go, [address removed]. Enclose a 12" x 9" sae with 22p postage
1.10 Mind How You Go
6: M for Motorway Mind How You Go teachers' notes available from ROSPA, The Priory, Queensway, Birmingham [Postcode removed].
1.20 Treffpunkt: Deutschland
Ines auf der Post; Ines im Schuhgeschaft; Volker an der Grenze; Andrea im Kaufhaus
1.38 Around Scotland: Media Studies
What's in the Paper today? ANNE RAE visits a widely-distributed Scottish newspaper and finds out who the people are and what jobs they do behind the scenes.
Series editor ROBERT CLARK Director ISHBEL MACLEAN
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Cosmo doesn't think one grape is a fair swap for one apple. Some children of Bengali parentage dance in a North London school. Book: Meal One by IVOR CUTLER illustrated by HELEN OXENBURY Presenter JENI BARNETT
Story animation LEO BELTOFT Producer RICHARD CALLANAN
2.15 Music Time 6: Street Music
2.40 Walrus: Houw Too Spel
NEIL MERCER demonstrates three kinds of spelling mistakes with Ian Bamforth, Jean Tredn
Producer MORTON SURGUY
Sue Ellen is worried when
Lucy begins to believe that Peter is a truly camp counsellor and determines to discover the truth about his private life. Pam wants to keep Mark in the dark until after the wedding but his doctor is hard to convince.
J.R. and Jessica find they have more in common than an initial similarity....
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by LARRY HAGMAN
(For cast see Monday. Continued tomorrow at 3.0 pm. Repeat)
The CIS Insurance
Indoor Bowls Championship Further coverage of the first quarter-final being played this afternoon which could include international flat green bowlers MICHAEL DUNLOP and JOHN BELL , together with crown green star BRIAN DUNCAN , providing they have survived the difficult earlier rounds.
Introduced by DAVID vine live from the Guild Hall, Preston
with subtitles, followed by Weather
starring Yul Brynner
Sal Mineo , Jack Warden Escaping from prison in a strife-torn Arab state, a strange convoy of desperate men take a girl hostage and flee across the desert toward the frontier. Yul Brynner stars as a dedicated nationalist leader in this colourful and explosive adventure.
Screenplay by ROBIN ESTRIDGE Produced and directed by RONALD NEAME
* FILMS: page 31
The CIS Insurance United Kingdom
Indoor Bowls Championship Highlights and the results of the first quarter-final played earlier this afternoon in the Guild Hall, Preston.
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Where the public sets the agenda
Britain's mounting housing crisis is creating a growing class of urban nomads, single people and childless couples who have no right to a home but cannot be classified legally as homeless.
The image of the homeless as winos or dossers has been shattered by a succession of public reports, yet local and central government continue to ignore the issue.
Single Problem looks at who the single homeless really are and the actions they are forced to take to cope with the pressures of insecurity.
COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT If you want to make your own programme or suggest programme ideas get in touch with Open Space, [address removed]
Ã¢ÂÂ¢ HELPLINES: page 93
Tim Bedford's Fast and Bumpy Ride
It's a great idea: modify a diesel engine to deliver twice the power - with dramatic reductions in noise and air pollution. The fuel, natural gas, is cheaper and seven times more abundant than petroleum. Tim Bedford is ahead of the world in developing its use: he must be on to a winner. Or is he?
Commercial Breaks follows his fortunes for nine months as he struggles to keep the project going. He hits problems: an American backer who wants to make money in Argentina; a bank that wants him to cut his overdraft; a gas board that won't sell him the liquid natural gas he urgently needs. So it's make or break, as Tim Bedford tells his workforce, 'Fasten your seatbelts for a fast and bumpy ride. It's going to be exciting!'
Narrator Hugh Sykes Film editor LAN CALLAWAY Executive producer JONATHAN CRANE
Producer ALEC NISBETT
Presented by Chris Kelly , with food specialist and cook Michael Barry , and drinks expert Jill Goolden.
The Junior Cook of the Year Competition: nine boys and girls aged between 9 and 14 cook their own three-course menus for experts at the Savoy. Also a hunt for wild mushrooms in a secret wood. Just two of the stories in this weekly round-up of the topical, the exotic and the best value in the world of Food and Drink. Director JILL DAWSON
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
This week from the fascinating city of Phoenix. In the baking heat of the Arizona desert,
Jonathan King talks to
Judas Priest, Glen Campbell and America's newest megastar, Cyndi Lauper. Research COLIN MARCHANT
Executive producer MICHAEL HURLL Producer GORDON ELSBURY
Forty Minutes... of documentary. A series of films portraying issues, institutions and individuals.
Once he was simply paid to dance with women. As time went by he became a different sort of partner, rewarded in money or in kind to be a dashing companion, a good listener, or accomplished lover. This documentary explores the delicate interface between the well-heeled woman and the men who live by her largesse. Little Billy, aged 83, from Rochdale is one of the few survivors of the dancing era. In his time as a ballroom gigolo, he only stole a kiss or two. By contrast 62-year-old Giovanni - an Italian gigolo - claims to have bedded 3,000 women in a life that has brought him good clothes, expensive dinners, holidays, allowances and the company of a sex that he adores. The tradition lives on in Philip from Santiago. In the prime of life, he too is a master in the art of hunting, seduction, and the enjoyment of worldly and fleshly rewards that come from women who are wealthy and in need of excitement.
Feature: page 21 and Woddis On: page 95
The CIS Insurance
Indoor Bowls Championship
The second quarter-final starts this evening. DAVID VINE with highlights from Preston.
The Nabisco Wightman Cup GB v USA from the Royal Albert Hall , London. The 56th meeting between the two countries again looks like a one-sided event, with the United States team being led by CHRIS LLOYD.
But the special atmosphere of the Albert Hall seems to raise
British players to produce exciting competitive contests. Introduced by BARRY DAVIES Commentator DAN MASKELL
GERALD WILLIAMS , ANN JONES
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON