Water Creatures (1)
James watches some children dipping for water creatures.
11.17 Now and Then Over to You
What do glass-making in Rotherham and Bronze Age carvings on Ilkley Moor have in common? They were topics chosen from dozens sent in from children all over Britain for an access programme on local history.
Film editor HORACIO QUIERO Producer PAT FARRINGTON (e)
Problems for 10- to 12-year-olds, with suggested solutions.
The Spy Who Came in from the Code: The Problem
A spy makes her escape with an important message in cipher.
Where was it hidden, and what did it say? With VICKY LICORISH and TONY AITKEN. Series producer
EDWARD HAYWARD (R) (e)
11.45 Pages from Ceefax
1.38 pm Walrus
Getting it Together
Writing it down -LEO AYLEN and the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association show the way. Series producer MORTON SURGUY Producer JUDITH MILES (e)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Dibs feels like leaving home. But will he have enough luggage? Henry the kangaroo needs an ambulance. Watch Kelly and Elizabeth moving to a new home. Song: 'Ally bally bee'.
Presenter GARY WILMOT Film director ADRIAN MILLS
Producer nicci CROWTHER (e)
with Sarah Kennedy (e)
News and Weather followed by Gardeners' World from 'Spinners' near Lymington with Roy Lancaster and John Kelly
Continued coverage of the first day of this traditional festival.
3.45 The St. James's Palace Stakes (Old Mile)
The Battle of the giants. English and Irish 2,000
Guineas winner Don't Forget Me clashes with the French
2,000 Guineas winner Soviet
Star in what could be the race of the week worth over
4.20 The Coventry Stakes (6f) The race which last year gave Lester Piggott his first Royal Ascot victory as a trainer.
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON (Highlights tonight at 11.45pm) including at
Regional News and Weather
She was the heroine of the 1968 Olympic Games. She was the star who tumbled and vaulted her way to numerous medals. She was the Czech who brought the 'Hat dance' to Mexico!
Series producer JEFF GODDARD (R)
Isobel Ward and Simon Barnes present this magazine programme for and about disabled people and their families. Included are reports on the portrayal of disability on television, and what's being done to make the countryside more accessible. There's also an interview with Jane Asher , one of the judges in this year's Spastic Society Literary Awards.
Producer CHRISTOPHER HUTCHINS
For factsheet write to: One in Four, BBCtv, London W12 8QT 0 INFO: page 89
A band of colourful outlaws live by their wits and their swords in the marshy land of the water margins of Liang Shan Po.
A Death for Love, More Deaths from Greed
Directed by YASUO FURIHATA (R)
A Whistle Test report on Mick Jagger
'I was, you know, feeling in the mood for it, and I thought - stop talking about the solo record you might do one day. I didn't think about it too much, to be honest. I just went ahead and did it'. (Rolling Stone magazine 1985)
Since June 1962, Mick Jagger has been fronting what for many is the greatest rock and roll band in the world - THE ROLLING STONES. In March 1985 he broke that mould and released his first solo album - She's the Boss.
David Hepworth flew to Paris and met up with Mick to talk to him about the project. This exclusive interview includes footage shot in Brazil to accompany the album, as well as rarely-seen archive footage of the Stones in performance.
Series editor MICHAEL APPLETON
Executive producer JOHN BURROWES
Producer DAVID G. CROFT (R)
I continues a series of films starring the screen goddess who died last month. Tonight with George O'Brien
In this lively Western, Rita plays the leader of a band of renegades who join up with a Texas ranger to right the wrongs of land thieves!
Screenplay by OLIVER DRAKE Produced by BERT GILROY Directed by DAVID HOWARD
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Introduced by Jonathan King California 2 - South
Last week J. K. only made it half way in his epic drive down the coast from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
He's been waiting for you to catch up so he can set off on the second leg. He drives through the spectacular scenery of Big Sur, stops off at Hearst Castle - the Versailles of California - and visits US singing star Kenny Loggins at home in Santa
Barbara. The Emmy award-winning Golden Girls is the hit sit-com of the year and J. K. meets them on the set to see how the show is made. Producer GORDON ELSBURY
In the past decade, Britain's inner cities have received millions of pounds of taxpayers' money - as successive governments have wrestled to reverse their decline. But more and more of that investment has gone into prestige city and dockland developments - less and less to local communities.
Last week Brass Tacks reported on the 'Eldonians' - a group of people in Liverpool who took on the planners and the politicians to build new homes for themselves.
Tonight John Harrison asks if this is a realistic way forward for the rest of the inner-city communities. In the audience are planners, politicians, activists - and you, the viewers, who rang in to have your say.
Director ROBERT KHODADAD Producer DIANNE NELMES Editor COUN CAMERON BBC North West
Continues a season featuring some of the most outstanding films made for television. Today starring Alan Alda
The sleepy town of Mount Angel has a new young sheriff, a community of senior citizens and a murderer intent on drastically reducing the population. When Sheriff
Barnes investigates, he finds no reason for the seemingly unconnected deaths, but he, like the victims, is in for a severe shock.
Screenplay by LANE SLATE
Produced by HOWARD ROSENMAN and RON BERNSTEIN
Directed by JOHN BADHAM
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Sheriff Dan Barnes:
Dr Lemuel Lovell:
An international competition for singers at the start of their professional careers.
Tonight's programme is the second of the preliminary rounds between:
Ibolya Verebics (Hungary) Kristinn Sigmundsson (Iceland)
Marina Ferreira (Portugal) Hugh Mackey
Iva Hraste (Yugoslavia) with BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra associate leader BARRY HASKEY conducted by OWAIN ARWEL HUGHES Piano accompanist INGRID SURGENOR
Presenter Brian Kay
Analysis by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
With political and economic reports from Vincent Hanna Will Hutton and Nick Clarke
Highlights of the opening day, including a first showing of the 'Ascot Derby', the King Edward VU Stakes run late this afternoon.
Physics: Vibrations of Music
Fiddles, drums, clarinets - all rely on vibrations, but it's the natural resonance of an instrument that determines its tonal quality.
Producer JOHN STRATFORD (R)