9.20 New series Inset Science The first in a new series designed to help science departments to discuss and implement in their own schools ideas about the varied demands of the secondary science curriculum, including GCSE and Balanced Science.
Presented by TERRY MARSH Producer MICHAEL COYLE (e)
9.52 Making History The Middle Ages
The Peasants' Revolt by KEITH GOODALL
The true story of an Essex peasant caught up in the violent events of 1381 Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read Geordie Racer
1: Runners and Fliers
The Hilton family is in training for the Great North Run - with the exception of Spuggy.
Racing pigeons are Spuggy's great love and he's sure Blue Flash will be a champion. Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL with LEON ARMSTRONG. LIEN LU.
LESLEY CASEY. CHARLES
COLLINGWOOD. KATIE HEBB.
MICHAEL HEATH. BRIAN HOGG.
MADELAINE NEWTON. FRED PEARSON.
PETER ROWELL. JULIE STEVENS. KEVIN WHATELY and BUNGO. Producer SUE WEEKS (e)
10.38 Investigating Science / Wonder Why?
How do scientists explain the patterns of happenings they observe? This programme looks at the theory developed to explain seismic and volcanic activity associated with the drifting of the continents. Series producer ROBIN GWYN
Producer CAROLINE GODLEY (R) (e)
Night Time (R) (e)
11: The spaceship Investigator leaves Earth for a new series of adventures. The first problem for Zak, Stella and their robot Hudson, is to crack a coded message from a passing spaceship.
Written by COLIN DAvis
Series consultant JOHN SHARPE
Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN (e)
11.35 Information World Five programmes about information technology in everyday life.
1: Introducing Information Presenter CAROL LEADER Producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
12.00 Maths Topics
Data Collection: The National Census; sampling techniques. Producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
A portrait of Italy today, seen through the lives of five different Italians. 1: Claudio's Beach Narrated by MICHAEL PENNINGTON
Series producer JEREMY BENNETT Producer RICHARD DENTON (R) (e)
Written and presented by Mike Amatt
BBC North West (R)
Spain and Its People
The Spain that most of us know is a tourist's paradise of sun, sea and sand. Inland, away from the beaches, there is another Spain; a land of contrasts and surprises. In this series of programmes make a journey of discovery to find out what Spain is really like.
1. Everything under the Sun The journey begins in the south, in Andalucia.
Presenter RICHARD REES
Series producer ALWYN HUMPHREYS Editor BRYNMOR WILIAMS
Producer CHRISTINE TRURAN (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
Night-time noises in the market fire Dibs's and Cosmo's imagination.
Signs and symbols: Litter. Book: One Night at a Time by SUSAN HILL Animation
Studio director JULIE CALLANAN (e)
Deaf but Not Silent
with Seve Ballesteros
It was in 1976 that the young Ballesteros gave notice of what was in store for golf enthusiasts throughout the world when he came second to Johnny Miller in the British Open at Royal Birkdale.
Since that day two British Open wins, two US Masters and many wins all over the world have brought Ballesteros a long way from caddying at 25 pence a round in Spain to having his name engraved on winners' trophies.
He talks to Gordon Hewitt about the big game pressures, his need to relax and see his family in Spain.
Weather followed by World Darts
The World Professional Championship from the Lakeside Country Club
Highlights of last night's first-round matches featuring former World Champions ERIC BRISTOW and JOCKY WILSON.
Introduced by TONY GUBBA Commentator
SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN Executive producer IAN EDWARDS Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE , PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
Presented by Paul Coia
Isobel Ward, Simon Barnes Chris Davies and Clive Jermain present BBCtv's magazine programme for disabled people and their families with news, comment and music.
Included this month, a report on disability arts, and the work of one arts organisation in particular.
With subtitles for the hard-of-hearing.
Producer CHRISTOPHER HUTCHINS
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First of nine programmes
Gerald Harrison introduces a series of twice-weekly concerts featuring the champion bands who appeared in the last BBC2 Brass Band Competition.
Today the featured band is The Desford Colliery Dowty Band conducted by Howard Snell with guest trombonist Don Lusher
Daytime viewers are invited to write in to request their favourite pieces of music from the series - these will be featured again in the spring. Recorded on location at the Assembly Rooms, Derby. Lighting JOHN ALLINSON Sound NELL MURRAY
Designer ANDY DIMOND Producer KEN GRIFFIN
- continuing a season of screen adaptations of famous children's stories. Today starring Russ Tamblyn Alan Young
Terry-Thomas Peter Sellers
Jonathan the Woodsman and his wife, Anna, have always prayed for a son, and Anna declares that she would welcome one even if he were no bigger than her thumb. Taking pity on the couple, the Forest Queen grants
Anna her wish and the next night a tiny knock is heard on the cottage door.
This famous adaptation of the fairy tale for children of all ages, features lively dancing from Russ Tamblyn , excellent trick photography and two incompetent villains in Peter Sellers and Terry-Thomas
Screenplay by LADISLAS FODOR From the story by the BROTHERS GRIMM
Produced and directed by GEORGE PAL
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with Carlos Riera and Yolanda Vazquez
Telejoumal returns with the week's news from Spain - via RTVE's Telediaros and the Spanish press. Also there's a chance to see a vox pop item in which Madrid citizens were asked: 'Which part of your body would you like to change?'
Researcher CRISTINA LAGO Assistant producer DANIELLA DANGOOR
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)
A young boy is in the river.
Chancer is in love and Willie and Mr McLelland are in competition for the accolade 'Bank Employee of the Month'.
Presented by Chris Kelly , Michael Barry and Jill Goolden
Truckers ' Tuck - truckers from all over Britain have written to the Sun nominating the best 'grub wagons'. Now Food and Drink judges the winner.
And for the perfect pudding catering student Denise Perkins is challenged by writer Antonio Carluccio to cook real zabaglione in a top Turin restaurant.
Food as fuel - thousands of elderly people will suffer from hypothermia this winter. An 84-year-old lady explains how the right food can keep you warm.
Film director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
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The first in a season of films starring one of Britain's most accomplished screen actors. Tonight also starring James Fox
Tony, a rich young man, takes on a manservant,
Barrett, to run his Chelsea home. Barrett seizes the opportunity to turn Tony's
Georgian ruin into an elegant home. And gradually the relationship of master and servant begins to change ... Bogarde won a British
Academy award for this performance.
Screenplay by HAROLD PINTER
Based on a novel by ROBIN MAUGHAM Produced by JOSEPH LOSEY and NORMAN PRIGGEN Directed by JOSEPH LOSEY
('Doctor in the House' tomorrow at
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The Embassy World
Professional Championship Four second-round matches are played this evening, and if the form book reads correctly BOB ANDERSON (1), DAVE WHITCOMBE (3), MIKE GREGORY (5) and BOB
SINNAEVE (4) should be on the oche tonight.