8 St Paul's Cathedral. 6.30 Abstracting the Meaning. 6.55 Geology: The Captain Reef 7.20 A Golden Age of Work. 7.45 For the Good of the Company
Today's Gharbar is the final of the present series of music programmes and includes a song from the film Kabuliwala by HEMANT
A Punjabi song from the film Naukar Wohtida by AFSHAN
A dance duet by PRATAP AND PRIYA PAWAR
A Ghazal by PALAT aziz
And a Bengali folk song by SHANKAR GANGULI
Producer bish MEHAY
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Book, Speak for Yourself, £2.75 from booksellers
Story: Mr Tuckett Moves to Town by JOAN SNAPES
Presenters Sarah Long , Ben Thomas
Written and directed by PENNY LLOYD Produced by ANNE GOBEY
Physics for Schools
1: The Ware-Particle Paradox
Wave-particle duality describes the nature of matter and radiation. Reconstructions of key experiments demonstrate that at a fundamental level matter and radiation show a mixture of particle and wave-like properties.
Dom Bede Griffith used to be an English priest and is now an Indian guru. The film looks at his beliefs and practices in the south of India, where he teaches people from East and West.
Producer DAVID THOMPSON
A BBC/Open University production
Football Association Coaching: Tactics Skills
10: Defending (2)
Coaches RON ATKINSON , MIKE SMITH , GRAHAM TAYLOR , ALLEN WADE , CHARLES HUGHES , ROBIN RUSSELL.
Players KEVIN KEEGAN , TREVOR BROOKING , VINCE HILAIRE.
And supporting match action showing the close relationship between coaching, practice and performance.
The first of eight weekly programmes presented by Robin Denselow who looks at the week's most interesting events in contemporary music - single and album releases, books, videos, films, concerts and news.
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The second of seven programmes Confessions of a Train Spotter with Michael Palin
As a boy MICHAEL PALIN spent hours on Sheffield Midland Station train-spotting. Now he fulfils every enthusiast's dream - a journey from Euston to Kyle of Lochalsh.
Flying Scotsman, Mallard, Black Fives, Deities . he meets them all.
Producer KEN STEPHINSON BBC Manchester
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Gardeners often complain that the bitter winter weather in Britain makes their hobby unrewarding. But take heart as Nationwide's resident gardener Alan Titchmarsh visits a great garden - Crathes
Castle near Aberdeen, where in the winter of 1982 the temperature dropped to -24 C.
Producer GILL BALLIN
Editor ROGER BOLTON
Seven monthly films: September
September hedgerows are ablaze with berries and shimmering with the gossamer of spiders webs.
David Streeter and Rosamond Richardson seek out the spiders and some of the less obvious insects of the hedgerow, explore the uses made of different hedgerow woods in the past, and give some tempting recipes.
Film cameraman KEN WESTBURY
Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
' Can you imagine what it's like to be forced into exile? To have to give up your sense of belonging?
Leaving home. friends and often family behind? To be without papers? Without a government or embassy to protect you ... ?
(PETER USTINOV )
For the past 15 years
Peter Ustinov has travelled the globe on behalf of the world's refugees. In this television history, he traces the storv of the hundred million men, women and children who this century have been uprooted from the country of their birth.
' The exodus from Hungary the Vietnamese boat people, the thousands fleeing in Central America ... so often these are presented as single, dramatic acts. In tacx, they are part of the normal condition of mankind. And todav there are more refugees than at any previous time in history. This is truly the century of tne refugee.'
Written and researched by GEORGE REID Directed by ADRIAN HERRING Produced by NEIL FRASER BBC Scotland
by CARLA LANE , starring
Wendy Craig , Geoffrey Palmer and Bruce Montague with Angela Browne
Film cameraman DAVID SWAN Film editor MONICA MEAD
Studio lighting RON BRISTOW DesignerJANETBUDDEN
Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY *Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
The second of three programmes re-edited, reorganised once more as re-edits and now repeated as compilations entitled ...
Not the Nine O'Clock News
Providing another opportunity to savour the delights offered by that award-winning team Pamela Stephenson , Rowan Atkinson Griff Rhys Jones , Mel Smith
Director GEOFF POSNER
Producers JOHN LLOYD and SEAN HARDIE
A serial in six episodes by JIM ALLEN
2: The war is over, and in the General Election the Labour Party has swept to a colossal victory. Joe Henshaw , home on leave, joins the VJ night celebrations.
Film cameraman PETER hall Film editor amis WIMBLE Designer RAYMOND CUSICK Producer COLIN TUCKER Directed by TOM CLEGG BBC Scotland
Joe Henshaw (aged 13):
Tom McCabe, MP:
Sgt' Scarface ' Molloy:
including SDP Conference Report Donald MacCormick presents a full report on the SDP conference in Salford; with JOHN TUSA and IAN SMITH in London to assess the news at home and abroad.
11.55 Mental Health: Whittingham
The conditions in a mental hospital are illustrated by showing a wide range of activities carried out by patients and staff.
12.20 IATA: Clinching a Deal
This film shows what happened when IATA met the Israel airport authority at Tel Aviv In 1979.