9.35 Encounter: Germany Communications
9.53 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Verbindungen
10.10 Look and Read The Boy from Space The Lake
10.35 Resource Units: Religious and Moral Education
A Little Bit of Hush
11.0 Watch. Dinosaurs: 2
11.17 Television Club
As Good as Gold
11.38 Shakespeare in Perspective Hamlet
12.5 pm General Studies
2: Inside Local Government
2.15 The Music Arcade 8: Music and Dance (1)
A children's dancing class demonstrates counting beats and moving in time with the music. Different time signatures are illustrated in the songs ' Cornstalk fiddle', 'Old paint', 'The leprechaun' and ' Lord of the dance '. Presenters
TIM WHITNALL , LUCIE SKEAPING
Children from GEORGE ELIOT JUNIOR SCHOOL and the ARTS RE
CREATIONAL TRUST SCHOOL with JEFF CRAMPTON (guitar) MIKE THORN (bass)
PETER BOITA (drums) Director AVRIL ROBERTS
Producer Elizabeth BENNETT
With three million out of work, inflation still in double figures and manufacturing output less than it was during the three-day week, the government's economic strategy is under attack from its own back benches. Can Sir Geoffrey Howe's fourth Budget appease the 'wets' without fuelling inflation? Can he lay the foundations for a Conservative victory at the next General Election? The key passages of today's Budget statement will be carried live in the programme.
David Dimbleby introduces the programme, with expert comment and analysis from Peter Oppenheimer - economist, Philip Hardman - accountant, David Basnett - Chairman of the TUC's Economic Committee, and Sir Terence Meaney - Chief Executive of Thomas Tilling.
From Westminster, Sir Robin Day assesses the political implications of the Chancellor's measures with Denis Healey for Labour, David Steel for the Liberal/Social Democrat Alliance, Sir Ian Gilmour for the Tory sceptics, and Leon Brittan, Chief Secretary to the Treasury for the Government.
From the West Midlands, Nicholas Woolley reports on one factory and on the reaction of the unemployed to the Budget.
From the Stock Exchange in the City of London, Paul Barry reports on the reaction from the financial world, including Dr Paul Neild chief economist with stockbrokers Phillips & Drew.
From a pub in West London, Bill Kerr Elliott reports on reactions from the traditional victims on Budget Day - drinkers, smokers and drivers.
Research: Institute for Fiscal Studies
starring Peter Davison
A four-part story by Eric Saward
What is behind the hatch?
*Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
First crew member:
Second crew member:
presents Legacy of Murder a light-hearted thriller in six parts filmed entirely on location starring Dick Emery and written by JOHN AND STEVEN SINGER 4: Bang, Bang You're Dead featuring Richard Vernon
Patrick Allen , Patsy Rowlands and Barry Evans
Employed to track down six people, Bernie is in the Caribbean. The first three people have died suddenly in suspicious circumstances and he is now in danger himself at a voodoo ceremony. Who is the mysterious limping man, and can Bernie escape to continue his search in Paris and Hollywood.
Incidental music JACK POINT Costume designer pip BRYCE Make-up artist JILL hagger
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Film editor MIKE JACKSON DesignerJOHN STOUT
Producer HAROLD SNOAD
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Bernie Weinstock/Lord Algrave/Joe Galleano:
America's comedy hit
Fantasy Borough: part 2
Alex, Louie and Elaine play out their private fantasies only to find they can't quite escape their real selves. Starring with and special guest stars
Herve Villechaize , Lassie
Written bv BARRY Kemp
Directed by JAMES BURROWS
Louie de Palma:
by BRIAN THOMPSON
It is the mid-1980s. The Economy has not improved. For 17 years Professor Frank Merrick has been ensconced in a Research Lab of a Provincial University working on a cure for the common cold.
He is very near success. Can he avoid becoming yet another victim of the eternal cutbacks? with Senior cameraman GARTH TUCKER LightinE DUNCAN BROWN Designer ALLAN ANSON
Produced by JOHN NORTON Directed by CERALD BLAKE
Professor Frank Merrick:
Kathy Leaves Home
Can severely mentally handicapped children have normal lives? And at what cost to those supporting them? The recent debate over the Arthur case concentrated on the moment of decision faced by doctors and parents, but what is life like for-and with-the mentally handicapped as they grow up? In this film Everyman tells the story of one mongol child -Kathy Chalcraft - now aged 17, of her parents' struggle to bring her up within the family, and of the difficult decision they face as she approaches school leaving age: should they give up their present jobs and spend the rest of their lives caring for her? Or should they find an alternative home for her to live in? Filmed over a period of six months last year, the programme records the conflicts and pressures that build up as the Chalcrafts make their choice.
Film cameraman BRIAN IIALL Producer DANIEL WOLF
Everyman editor WILLIAM NICHOLSON
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