6.40 Charles Tomlinson. 7.5 The Changeling. 7.30 The Semi-Detached House.
A magazine for Asian viewers
Live coverage of the third day of the Labour Party Conference in Blackpool.
Reporting team: Robin Day David Dimbleby and Robert McKenzie
Little Red Hen Baked Some Bread Presenters:
FLOELLA BENJAMIN , JOHNNY BALL
Further coverage from Blackpool.
2.0 pm Live coverage of the afternoon session.
5.0 Language and Learning. 5.25 The Role of Government. 5.50 The Future of British Steel. 6.15 Things Present - Times Past. C.40 Victorian Cast Iron.
A series of ten programmes on dressmaking for beginners. Presented by ANN LADBURY 9: Shirtwaist Dress
The Dressmaker shirtwaist dress is classic but also up-to-the-minute. This programme shows how it is put together and also gives useful advice on buttons and buttonholes.
Executive producer SHEILA INNES Producer JENNY ROGERS
Book (same title), 12.40, from bookshops
Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion on events and issues of the day. including the elections in West Germany-why they matter to Britain-and Robin Day at the Labour Party Conference Newsreader Peter Woods
Seven award-winning films in which David Attenborough relates the masterpieces of tribal art to the people and places that produced them.
2: Crooked Beak of Heaven
The Indians of the north-west coast of America were once savage head-hunters with gigantic war canoes which carried them through the freezing waters of the Northern Pacific in search of their gruesome trophies.
Their chiefs were obsessed with rank and privilege, and they proclaimed their status with lofty totem poles, the largest wooden sculptures in the world. In spectacular ceremonies called pot-latches they indulged in competitive displays of wealth, often destroying valuable possessions in their attempt to outdo a rival.
Potlatching was outlawed for many years but survived, and each summer many thousands of dollars in gifts change hands as the chiefs compete once again for the highest standing among their people.
Continuously fascinating. (OBSERVER) Attenborough's programmes are a luscious feast for the eye ... a superior series. (SUNDAY TIMES)
Film cameraman RAY HENMAN Film editor PAM BOSWORTH
Producer MICHAEL MACINTYRE
Book (same title), £7.00, to be published on 14 October
The first of six plays
Meriel, the Ghost Girl by DAVID HALLIWELL
One night Livingston, a psychic investigator, is summoned to a seance in Cricklewood. Is Meriel the first genuine phenomenon he has ever encountered? Three other investigators speculate on what really happened that evening. starring
Title music composed by JOSEPH HOROVITZ
Designer MICHAEL YOUNG
Video-tape editor SAM UPTON Title graphics BERNARD LODGE Producer IRENE SHUBIK Director PHILIP SAVILLE
After Samuel Palmer. ...
Last month, self-confessed imitator of paintings Tom Keating emerged from hiding to reveal that there are many more of his works in circulation in addition to the Samuel Palmer pictures.
David Gould , the expert who discovered the Palmer imitations, and who stayed firmly in the background during the journalistic revelations, now makes his first appearance to show Arena the process of identifying and analysing suspected pictures.
We follow some of the scientific detective work on paintings, and look to the future discovery of more ' masterpieces'.
Film editor JOHN NEEDHAM Producer LESLIE MEGAHEY Director DIANA LASHMORE
Based on the novels by Robert Graves
A second chance to see this BBC2 Serial in 12 parts.
Written by Jack Pulman
Based on the novels by:
MARTIN MUNCASTER reads
Driving to Work by NINA CARROLL