9.0 Twentieth-Century History
Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima
9.25 MathsTopics.Geometry: 5
9.47 Everyday Maths
Play Now, Pay Later
Keep Up with the Times: 7 and The Odyssey: 5
10.35 Scene. Consumer Rights
11.5 It's Maths! Sequences
11.30 Search. Welsh Castle Life
Today's programme features some of the castles built by the Welsh themselves, like Castell y Bere, and takes a look at day-to-day life in a medieval castle in Wales. Presenter DYFED THOMAS Producer CWYNN PRITCHARD
11.55 Beside the Sea Duneland
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
Down and Out: more of Tony Wilkinson 's experiences as a dosser on the streets of London.
And Grass Roots- presented this week by Khalid Aziz from Look North in Leeds.
(Regional details as Monday)
The first of seven programmes by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT
The year: 1959. The place: Maplin's Holiday Camp. When the entertainment staff assemble for the new season they discover that a university professor is in charge. featuring
Designer CARRY FREEMAN
Produced by DAVID CROFT
A comedy series in six parts by RICHARD WARING starring
Derek Waring and Mel Martin
Diana finally hands Rupert back the shares in his firm which he impulsively gave her on their wedding night nine years ago-at a time when they certainly never foresaw their current divorce plans. Unfortunately, due to an unexpected twist of fate, he has to return them to her again half-an-hour later in exchange for some information she has regarding a new housing estate. Such estates tend to have a furnished show-house and if you accidentally get locked in it can prove quite cosy I 4:Fair Sharesfeaturing Paul Daneman
Derek Francis , Elizabeth Counsell
Designer GARRY FREEMAN Producer HAROLD SNOAD
by FRANCIS ILES dramatised in four parts by PHILIP MACKIE starring
2: Dr Bickleigh's passionate affair with Madeleine Cranmere now fills his life. When Julia refuses to divorce him the only solution is murder.
Don't miss this/ (SUNDAY MIRROR) The kind of production at which the BBC excels (DAILY EXPRESS) Music composed by RON GRAINER Producer RICHARD BEYNON Directed by CYRIL coke
Sir Tamerton Foliott:
The Rev Hessary Torr:
The Brain Death Debate with Ludovic Kennedy
' The identification of brain death means that the patient is dead, whether or not the function of some organs ... is still maintained by artificial means.'
(from A CODE OF PRACTICE)
"The code of practice that we follow ... offers complete protection to the public.'
(KIDNEY TRANSPLANT SURGEON)
"... criticisms of the Code are sufficient to bring it ... into general disrepute.'
( NEUROPHYS IOLOGIST)
'We are now getting torn-up Kidney Donor Cards being sent back ...' (HEALTH MINISTER) Four quotes from the row that has raged ever since Panorama asked ' Transplants: Are the Donors Really Dead?' At stake - the British definition of death and the success of the transplant programme. Tonight two teams of doctors present their arguments for and against the British Code of Practice and then debate these vital issues.
Studio director ANN MORLEY Producers
VICTOR MARMION , ANNE MOIR Executive producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
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