In today's programme RAJNI KAUL and TALEYA REHMAN talk to a doctor about the dangers faced by children from the current whooping cough epidemic.
There are two items of music to round off the programme: RAZIA SHAHID sings a Bangla song by TAGORE, followed by a disco number by the popular pop singer NAZIA HASSAN.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Pebble Mill
Winnie The Pooh's Woozle Hunt Written by A. A. MILNE Presenters
Elizabeth MUlbank , Fred Harris
Play School materials on Cee/ai page 278
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
A comedy cartoon in which ordinary Charlie Brown is only one step behind his extraordinary friends, Lucy, Linus, Sally, Peppermint Patty and Schroeder and, of course, Snoopy the dog.
The last of seven programmes Garry Hoyt 's Freedom Rig
Since sailors first went to sea people have been experimenting with different kinds of boat and sailing rig. The latest and most revolut onary design from Garry Hoyt uses unstayed masts and wishbone booms made from carbon fibre. Martin Muncaster evaluates the rig with Geoff Hales , technical editor of Yachting World magazine
Mike Peyton , sailor and cartoonist, and Olympic helmsman John Oakley.
Producer JEREMY PALLANT
BBC Pebble Mill
'Racism is about power ...the power that whites use to stop blacks having any say in the way in which this society is run.'
' You're not made to feel British. You're born in a white hospital ... you go to a white school ... and they say-oh, you immigrant....'
16 Up opens its second series with a group of young people in Walsall talking about the racism they face every day and how it affects their lives.
Drama sketches with MILTON JOHNS
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS
For the16 up magazinewith follow-up arrticles, send a PO for 65p to 16 up, [address removed].
James Burke and Shaw Taylor introduce a corpse, a killer, pink champagne and red herrings on the fabled Orient Express. Can you spot the vital clues quicker than our top crime and thriller writers? Dick Francis, Ken Follett, Gavin Lyall and Ruth Rendell use the tricks of their trade to unravel a Murder Most Macabre devised by H. R. F. KEATING.
Cast in order of appearance:
Theme music by LAURIE HOLLOWAY
Script associate STEPHEN FRY
Costume designer DORINDA REA
Producer CHRIS RILEY
Director TOM GUTTERIDGE
H. R. F.
Det Supt Hawkshaw:
Sir Bernard Cauldwell:
S J Banks:
with subtitles, followed by Weather
A series of ten programmes
Presented by Dr Edward de Bono 7: Emotions and Values
DR DE BONO believes that in the end, all decisions are emotional. However, his view is that the purpose of thinking is to increase the amount of perception and exploration of values in a situation before then using emotion to make the final decision.
Director CAROLINE PICK Producer PETER RIDING
Every year over 1,200 people write about their favourite subject - themselves. Ned Sherrin talks to famous autobiographers whose lives are an open book-and to ghost writers whose job it is to turn the pages. Including the first British television interview with Margaret Trudeau and her ghost writer Caroline Moorehead. Musical punctuation from Gerard Kenny.
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY
Executive producer TOM GUTTERIDGE (Off the Shelf: tomorrow at 7.40)
The film series starring
Taking the Fifth
To Hawkeye's chagrin the girls have gone off him. He is desolated, not to mention lonely. Then, unexpectedly. he acquires a bottle of vintage French wine and decides it is the perfect bait for a date. It is.
Written by ELIAS DAVIS , DAVID POLLOCK Directed by CHARLES s. DUBIN
B J Hunnicutt:
A six-part serial by John le Carre
5: ' If a rogue elephant charges at me out of the thickets of my past and gives me a second shot at it, I intend to shoot it dead, but with the minimum of force'.
Leipzig was dead but Kretzschmar had the tapes - Kirov's confession and the fruits of Leipzig's blackmail. Armed with this evidence Smiley has called for a crash meeting with Saul Enderby , currently head of the Circus.
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
Nick Ross and Jane Walmsley with some of the odd, interesting, outrageous - and far-reaching - legal stories of the week.
Legal comment Michael Molyneux
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Producer RITCHIE COGAN Editor PETER CHAFER
by the Conservative Party
With PETER SNOW, JOHN TUSA and DONALD MACCORMICK