6.55 Maths: Conies
7.20 Seventeenth-Century England
6.55 Maths: Conies
12.30 An Introduction to Information Technology
12.55 Fundamentals of Computing
A See-Saw programme (R)
Weather followed by Home on Sunday
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A series of 12 portraits of Soviet citizens starts on Thursday at 7.35pm.
Mark Frankland explains how the films were made.
Producer JENNY CROPPER (R)
Producer MIKE MURRAY
Weather followed by One Man and His Dog Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall
Total mastery of the sheep, with quiet control of their movements is the aim of today's handlers, as man and dog compete over the trials course at Chatsworth, in Derbyshire. Heat 2: Wales The competitors
JOHN GRIFFITH with Glen EURWYN DANIEL with Ken JACK BURKE with Hemp Producer IAN SMITH (R)
Frank Nelson 's Toys for Grown-Ups
A man who's part artist, part craftsman - Frank Nelson. Producer MARK ROWLAND (R)
The Atheist and the True Believer(part 1)
In this six-part story, a top lawyer and a famed evangelist revive their fundamental religious disagreements. (R)
By Greyhound Bus
Gillian Reynolds travels by Greyhound Bus to New Orleans, birthplace of traditional jazz and then on to JR's Southfork and Elvis's Graceland.
Producer PATRICIA HOUUHAN (R)
Beginning a season of classic murder mysteries starring
Warner Oland as the philosophical detective.
With Ray Milland
'Difficult to catch fly with only one finger' -
Charlie Chan brings Oriental insight to an English country house as he investigates a murder. Time is short: an innocent man is to hang for the crime in just 65 hours. Which of the dark figures lurking in the grounds is the true killer?
Screenplay by PHILIP MACDONALD Produced by JOHN STONE
Directed by EUGENE FORDE
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Tonight on Behind the Beat L.L. Cool J. brings you rhymes to chill. His recent concert at London's Hammersmith Odeon has now become a rap legend ... so don't 'diss' L.L. this evening - he's bad!
BBC Pebble Mill
Magenta De Vine and Sankha Guha uncover a Paris you won't find in the guide books.
Why grey hair is chic, how not to get ripped off in cafes, a rundown of young people and politics, African music, where to stay cheaply, hot shops, Parisian pop,
Turkish baths - an insiders' guide to fashion and fun on limited cash. Director JOSH HAUL Producer uz BARRON
Series producer RACHEL PURNELL BBC North West
BBC2 Invitation Pairs Crown Green Bowling Tournament from the Mitchells and Butler Sports and Social Club, Birmingham.
The defending champions ROY ARMSON and NOEL BURROWS enter the fray tonight - strongly fancied to become the first pairing to retain the BBC2 Top Crown Trophy. But they face possibly the best pairing from the Midlands in PETER VARNEY and BOB GILFILLAN. Though new faces to this particular tournament, they have a host of individual Midlands' titles to their credit, and they could provide something of an upset if they play to form. RICHARD DUCKENFIELD introduces the action.
Commentator HARRY RIGBY Director PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH PHILLIPS BBC North West
The first in a series of eightprogrammes featuring natural history films from around the world.
Sharing a Dream
Pademelons, whip birds, pretty-faced wallabies and fairy wrens are just some of the exotic animals which live in Queensland.
Australian Glen Threlfo , a self-taught wildlife photographer, entices animals into accepting him in their domain - the rain forest of Lamington National Park.
This film documents his style and brings together the splendour of the rain forest and its creatures in scenes of extraordinary quality, peace and intimacy.
Produced and directed by LARRY ZETLIN
Presented for television by GEORGE INGER BBC Bristol
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Continuing a season of films specially made for television.
Tonight starring Patty Duke Astin Frederic Forrest
Laura Dietz is the perfect policeman's wife. Devoted to her husband, Blaise, she leads a comfortable life surrounded by a tight circle of other cops' wives.
But when Blaise is refused a promotion, Laura discovers that she is the reason.
Politically active, she is under investigation and a secret file is held on her. A file that will be used for blackmail.
She must make a choice - what is the most important, her principles, her husband's career or her marriage?
Screenplay by APRIL SMITH Produced by DAVID MANSON
Directed by JERROLD FREEDMAN
(First showing on British television)
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with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Reporters NICK CLARKE
LINDA CHRISTMAS, CHRIS LOWE
DAVID COSS , GAVIN ESLER
WILL HUTTON, WESLEY KERR
DAVID SELLS, DAVID TINDALL
CHARLES WHEELER Assignment editors
NIGEL CHAPMAN. NICK GUTHRIE Producers MARK DAMAZER LIZ RAMSAY. KEITH BOWERS EILEEN FITT
Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON Editor JOHN MORRISON
In 1974, producer Paul Watson introduced to television the Wilkins family of Reading. They were filmed day and night. Their prejudices, thoughts, hopes, fears and disappointments became public knowledge. It was the first time that the private life of an English family had been exposed with such candour and intimacy. This is a chance to see again a series that helped to change documentary film, and to evaluate from today's perspective the ups and downs of an urban family, who knew nothing of Thatcherism, yuppies, the Princess of Wales and Neighbours.
Directors FRANC RODDAM
PAUL WATSON (R)
Victorians and the Art of the Past What art would be shown in a National Gallery? Attitudes to past art reveal much about Victorian culture and society.
Producer NICK LEVINSON (R)