9.38 Science Workshop: Basic Patterns 'B'
The basic patterns in buildings, the hallmarks on silver and the patterns in birdsong.
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Dibs is upset but Cosmo doesn't notice. Later they both cheer up to discover that all living things need water.
Story: "Meg Car" by Helen Nicoll and Jan Pienkowski
10.15 Maths Counts: 8: How to Find Venus
Second left under the motorway - just where is Venus going?
10.38 A-Level Studies: Statistics: 1: Sampling and Probability
What is the probability that a drunken driver will not fail a roadside test? Can it be estimated?
11.0 Words and Pictures: Master Salt the Sailor's Son
11.17 The Music Arcade: 6: Brass
11.39 General Studies
12.5 pm Russian Language and People: 17: High Days and Holidays
Learn a little Russian and look at life in the Soviet Union.
Book Â£5.50 from booksellers
12.30 Honourable Members: 1: White, Male and Middle-class
Five programmes examining the role of Members of Parliament.
12.55 Switch On to English
1.21 Descubra Espana: Pueblo y capital
Ambiente de pueblo; Vida de ciudad; La Semana Santa
1.38 Let's See: 1: Harpers and Pipers
2.0 Watch: Sounds
Can you recognise things just by the sound they make? James and Louise tell a story without words, just using sound effects. They show how to communicate by using sign language and lip-reading.
2.18 Update USA: 3: Farming Country
Grain mountains are piling up and farmers are feeling the pinch as changes in US foreign policy and farm financing take their toll.
2.40 Zig Zag: The Eskimos Today
Within two decades the Canadian Eskimos have been catapulted into the 20th century. For the youngsters it's a question of re-learning their ancient traditions.
3.0 Pages from Ceefax
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Firle Place, East Sussex Lying under the Sussex
Downs is Firle House, an elegant Georgian house.
Here Arthur Negus and his guest, David Battie , enjoy the splendid furniture and porcelain. The Robert Adam display cabinets are complemented by the fine French tables and commodes. Everywhere there is Chinese and French porcelain of exceptional quality, including a rare and valuable 18th-century Sevres dinner service.
Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol
Rock Hudson Robert Ryan
After the Civil War two brothers return home and go their own ways. Dan, in search of easy money, joins a desperate group of cattle rustlers, spreading fear throughout the state as they amass wealth and power. His brother Neal, who is appointed marshal, is given the task of ending the reign of terror.
This early Western by a classic director of the genre, Bud Boetticher , characteristically combines action with the central story of the two opposed brothers.
Story and screenplay by LOUIS STEVENS
Produced by ALBERT J. COHEN Directed by BUD BOETTICHER t FILMS: page 18
with Geoffrey Smith Daffodils
Whether you plant a few bulbs in a bowl or scatter great drifts of them in the garden, daffodils are one sure way of welcoming the spring. Geoffrey Smith reveals the secrets of successful planting to bring out the true character of the flower, and shows what to do with the leaves after the flowers have faded.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
Workers in the firing-line and others unaccustomed to being heard have their say in the latest programme in this occasional series. The Enemy Within
Barrister Michael Mansfield argues that the enemy within are not trade unionists, but those who would restrict their freedom. He represents people who are alarmed by what they see as deliberate attempts to undermine organised trade unionism, and puts their case to those who support changes in the law.
Director PETER LEE-WRIGHT
Series producer GILES OAKLEY Producer YVETTE VANSON
Made by the . Community Programme Unit
A Patient's Dilemma
Alternative medicine is booming, with over two million people partly or wholly rejecting orthodox treatments. Today, in the latest bid for respectability, the alternative therapies launch their own council, but is their natural medicine necessarily safe medicine? David Henshaw has been looking at the bewildering variety of alternative therapies on offer - and the chaos that exists over the qualifications of those who practise them.
As orthodox and alternative do battle over the patients, he examines the terrible dilemma facing those with diseases like cancer, where the choice can be one of life or death.
Producer JULIE HADWIN Editor COLIN ADAMS BBC Manchester
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Regional Variations (2)
Dundridge is determined that the motorway development will go through Clene Gorge. Lady Maud is just as determined that it won't and plans a strategy with Blott's help.
(with Justin Hayward ) entertain in their own distinct style in the first half of this concert recorded recently in London's
Wembley Arena, in front of a capacity crowd.
In this programme are some of the group's best-known songs, including 'Gemini dream'. 'Tuesday afternoon' and 'Question'.
Sound JOHN CAULFIELD
Television production RICK GARDNER (The second half of this concert will be shown next Wednesday)
by the Labour Party
11.30 Electronic Design and Signals
Whether you are deciding which piece of electronic gadgetry to buy or sitting down to design one from scratch, the chances are that you will be going through the same thought processes. This programme explains all.
11.55 Biology: Life on Seashores
Seashores can prove to be hostile environments for plants and animals - so how do they cope?