9.15 Casebook Scotland: Moving the Oil
Muriel Gray looks at the infrastructure of the oil industry in Scotland.
9.35 Pages from Ceefax
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4-and 5-year-olds
Cosmo and Dibs try to predict the outcome of their games and sing the song 'Michael Finnigan'.
10.15 Science Workshop: Joins (B)
The bridges at Ironbridge and across the Humber span more than 200 years of development in joining metals.
10.38 Investigating Science: Made to Measure
A look at the importance of measurements in science - why they need to be precise and unambiguous.
11.0 Words and Pictures: The Magic Fish
(Shown on Monday at 2.0 pm) (E)
11.17 Let's See: Scottish Farming: 1: Hill Farming
(Shown on Monday at 10.38 am) (E)
11.40 Equal People: Dressing Up
(Shown on Monday at 12.8 pm) (E)
12.2 pm Maths Topics: Statistics 3
Data reduction; measures of central tendency and of spread.
12.25 Job Bank: Public Transport
(Shown on Monday at 1.38 pm) (E)
12.48 Descubra Espana: Las comunicaciones
En camino; En el aeropuerto; Por ferrocarril; Por correo
1.10 Issues of Law: 4: Cost and Delay
Michael MolyneuxÃ conducts a critical examination into individuals' expectations of the law.
Book, Â£4.25 from booksellers
1.38 Around Scotland: The Vikings: 2: Raiders or Settlers?
Examine the evidence left in Orkney by Vikings such as Sven, who long ago came to Scottish shores.
Presented by Dr Anna Ritchie
with Paul Young, Tricia Scott and Jimmy Yuill
Drama written by Hector MacMillan
2.0 Thinkabout: Clothes Line
Frank decides to knit a football scarf for Sally, but gets the colours wrong.Ã
2.15-2.35 Zig Zag: Winter Festival: Sweden
Ellesmere Primary School in Sheffield makes friends with a Swedish school.
(Shown on Monday at 11.0 am) (E)
Introduced by David Icke
A new afternoon programme that reflects the sports making the headlines and discusses the talking points that emerge. Sports Afternoon provides top-class action from home and abroad, which this week features Test cricket from Australia and international tennis. Producers GRAHAM FRY and CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Join Pamela and her guests for half an hour of live television when anything can happen - and probably will.
Scenes and Characters on a London Bus Route Board the 31 bus for a mystery tour. Your guide - the music of CARL DAVIS.
First stop - Camden Town, where the Greek godfather is only 16, and breakdances to the bouzouki band.
In Kilburn, meet
MARY DEVLIN , the widow of an Irish boxer. She doesn't play bingo every day of the week - only on Mondays, Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Sample the night life of Earl's Court with DARIO SPERA. He's discarded his paste jewellery and 'gone proletarian'.
And at the World's End itself you're invited to a party - in a sweet shop. Your host is the extravagant TONY TOBIAS , and the whole neighbourhood will be there....
Executive producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF
Producer JONATHAN GILl (R)
51 minutes on BBC Two England
Available for over a year
First transmitted in 1985, To the World's End follows the No. 31 London bus from Camden Town to World's End, Chelsea, meeting characters who live and work along the route. Show more
Presented by Jill Neville
Whether you read volumes or just browse, this lively book review programme will introduce you to the best books published this week, from BERNARD LEVIN to the New Yorker Cartoon Album. Researcher CHRIS WILSON Producer JOHN WHISTON
Outlaw Clint Hollister is rescued from jail by his one-time partner
Jake Wade , after which
Jake is determined to go straight. But, like many fugitives before him, he finds his criminal past difficult to shake off - especially as he is the only person who knows where the money from a bank robbery is hidden.
This Western, by the director of such films as The
Magnificent Seven, gave co-stars Taylor and Widmark two of their strongest roles as the friends turned deadly enemies.
Screenplay by WILLIAM BOWERS Based on the novel by MARTIN H. ALBERT
Produced by WILLIAM HAWKS Directed by JOHN STURGES
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Australia v England
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the final day's play in Brisbane.
The final day of the Lombard/RAC Rally - how many of the 150 competitors have made it back to Bath?
William Woollard brings you the winners and losers live from the rally finish, with commentary on the closing stages from Barrie Gill and news of the well-known from Sue Baker.
Producers JOHN G. SMITH BRIAN STRACHAN
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
(A report on the rally can be seen in Top Gear tomorrow at 7. 15pm)
Whether you think it's an ass or an asset, the law affects us all. Justice may be blind and its path may be strewn with law-makers and law-breakers, but David Jessel and Sue Cook are in the studio to help light its way. And Ed Boyle investigates the controversial cases and the legal loopholes that make justice's route so tortuous and time-consuming.
This week: is it worth complaining against the police? One inquiry into alleged police brutality is analysed, with disturbing results.
Director JEREMY MILLS
Producer ALAN BOOKBINDER
starring with Officers Only
When Private Gary Mitchell gets some tender loving care from surgeons Hawkeye and Trapper, his grateful father expresses his thanks most generously ... to the officers. Written by ED jurist
Directed by JACKIE COOPER (R)
A drama in four parts by NIGEL WILLIAMS
1: The threshold of adolescence can often be an exciting if bewildering time, but Tony Mailer has his parents' marriage to worry about as well.
Music composed by SIMON ROGERS Script editor GWENDA BAGSHAW Designer DICK COLES Producer SALLY HEAD Director STUART BURGE
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'It is very difficult for gay people to "come out" - if only society was more tolerant, things would be a lot easier for homosexuals.'
Bob is a 28-year-old teacher who for years has suppressed his true sexuality, and is now facing the dilemma of coming to terms with being gay and with fears as to how it will affect his social and professional life.
Where does he go for help? Who can he turn to?
Film editor JOHN DINWOODIE
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY (E)
After this programme a confidential telephone advice line will be open on [number removed]until midnight.
Further information, advice and useful addresses on some of the subjects covered in this series is available from: [address removed] Please enclose an A5-size sae (9" x 7" ) with 26p stamp.
0 WODDIS ON: page 97
with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Nick Worrall
And the day's news with Ian Smith , Nick Clarke
GUI Nevill and Chris Lowe