6.25Haydn:MotlvicDevelopment.(.50 Mineralisation In Cornwall. 7.15 Computing in Community Health. 7.40 The Wave-Particle Paradox. 8.5 Understanding Space and Time. 8.30 Chemistry: Colour Photography.
Stories and songs from God's wide world. TOM HEWITT shows how Squirt came to do ' Mrs Buggins ' Shopping '; KIM GOODY sings of things 'Big and small'; mark CURRY tells how the villagers faced The Plague at Eyam.
Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director SID WADDELL
Assistant producer JUDY MERRY Producer DAVID BROWN
Worship, prayer, sharing and celebration in which viewers are linked by television from home to home.
This is the day which the Lord has made!
We shall rejoice and be glad in it.
The service is led by members of the viewing congregation.
Today's speaker is SJSTER TERESA BRITTAIN, who is joined by some viewers from her parish of Preston Road, Wembley.
Old Testament reading: Genesis 2, vv 19-20 Gospel: John 3. vv 6-8
Hymn for meditation: New life, new creation (Weston Priory) Director HARRY COVENTRY Producer ELIZABETH GORT
Series producer ANGELA TILBY
As polling day approaches, Asian Magazine presents the last of its election specials-how important is the ' Asian' vote?
Another contest-the 1983 World Cricket Cup - begins, and MUSHTAQ MOHAMMED talks about the prospects of the competing teams.
Producer YOUSUP AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
(World Cup Cricket commentary begins on Thursday)
The last of five films.
A report by Bob Salkeld on micros in the classroom.
Games, Gadgets or Gimmicks?
Telesoftware on Ceefax page 700
The last of eight case studies for discussion by teachers.
Education versus Prejudice
Book (same title), £3.75 from booksellers
The last of eight programmes Les enjants d'd cotd
Presented by ANN LADBURY with designs by CAROLINE CHARLES
In the last programme Ann Ladbury shows how easy it is to make and line the Weekend Wardrobe coat. And DEBBIE HARRIS tries to make a living from her sewing skills.
9: Do Spies Lip-Read? With DAVID ALLISTER and ALLAN CUTHBERTSON
For the deaf and hard of hearing.
Facts and information for people voting on 9 June. with sign tang uage interpretation and subtitles. Produced by charlis PASCO .
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON.
Executive producer JOHN pNYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers «M BACON
A series of eight films on historic ships and maritime museums in Britain, written and presented by Anthony Burtonngs
5: The Silver Darlings
Starring Humphrey Bogart, Ava Gardner
Harry Dawes, a fading Hollywood director, discovers flamenco dancer Maria Vargas in a tawdry Madrid nightclub and turns her into a star. Maria, however, soon tires of the tinsel world she has conquered.
Bogie gives a remarkable performance as the cynical, down-at-heel director and Ava Gardner co-stars as the barefoot dancer.
Edmond O'Brien won an Oscar for his performance as the aggressive press agent.
Films: page 21
starring Pete Duel as Smith and Ben Murphy as Jones with guest stars J. D. Cannon
Jane Merrow , Jane Wyatt
The Reformation of Harry Briscoe
Introduced by Brian Matthew
Highlights from the greatest ice spectacular in Europe featuring a glamorous chorus of international skaters and an impressive line-up of star soloists. Outstanding ice show entertainment includes
Mickey the Chimp and a pack of unruly performing dogs.
Recorded in (the Hallensltadlum, Zurich In co-operation with swiss television Presented for television by now sayeii
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
A serial in five parts based on the exploits of Twm Sion Cati created by LYNN HUGHES written by GRUFFYDD PARRY starring
1: Sixteenth-century Cardiganshire was a wild and lawless place. The peasants, terrorised by roaming bands of brigands, were also at the mercy of ruthless landowners. The English law meant little west of Offa's Dyke. The peasants looked to one man for protection and justice -the elusive Twm Sion Cati. Who was he?
Music composed by JAMES harpham Directors GEORGE p. OWEN and Christopher King
Producer GEORGE p. OWEN BBC Wales
Thora has received many moving requests for hymns of remembrance and encouragement. 'Fight the good fight' is her theme this week, fighting not just in war, but for the beliefs that have enabled people to cope with pain, loneliness and bereavement.
Oh valiant hearts (Supreme Sacrifice); Stand up, stand up for Jesus (Morning Light); Take my life and let It be (Cross of Jesus); Men true of heart (St Clement); Amazing grace; Rock of ages (Petra); I vow to thee my country (Thaxted); Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita)
Your Songs of Praise Choice (record REC 469, cassette ZCR 469) from retailers
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
A second series in eight episodes written by Ewart Alexander, based on characters created by John Quigley
Starring Eric Deacon as Robert King
with Louie Ramsay, Andrew Keir, Anne Kristen, Heather James, Sally Osborn, Simon Cowell-Parker and Dallas Adams
King's Royal is a great commercial success, but Rita has found disturbing material in Sir Fergus's papers: 'It endangers the future of King's Royal, Robert.'
Based on characters created by:
Equal Opportunities written by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN starring
Paul Eddington , Nigel Hawthorne with Derek Fowlds Designer
Produced and directed by PETER WHITMORE
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Sir Arnold Robinson:
Join Wayne Sleep in a new entertainment for Sunday evenings starring many of Britain's most talented dancers, including
Finola Hughes , Cherry Gillespie Stewart Avon Arnold
Linda Mae Brewer , Geoff Davids Claud-Paul Henry , Helen Mason
Andy Norman , Robert (B.J.) Ryan Paul Tomkinson and featuring from The Royal Ballet Lesley Collier , Wayne Eagling
Resident choreographer ANTHONY van LAAST Guest choreographers BILL DRYSDALE EDMOND KRESLEY , ARLENE PHILLIPS ..Artistic consultant WAYNE SLEEP Original music and songs by GERARD KENNY , DAVID MINDEL
Script material KIM FULLER , MIKE RADFORD Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Associate producer JILL MARSHALL Directed by RON 1STED , COLIN NEARS, BRIAN WHITEHOUSE
Produced and directed by TOM GUTTERIOGE
by the SDP/Liberal Alliance
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
with Esther Rantzen
Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from your letters.
The reporters are Bill Buckley, Gavin Campbell, Michael Groth
And at the That's Life Newsdesk Doc Cox and Joanna Monro
A journey in Wales written and presented by Donald Allchin. Wales often conjures up images of coalmines and rugby, daffodils and leeks, hymns and harps. For
Donald Allchin, a very English Englishman and a canon of Canterbury Cathedral, discovering Wales and the Welsh language has been to discover a scarcely known part of our Christian heritage. From the Celtic centuries, through the Methodist revival and to Welsh poets of this century he detects, despite the outward differences, a common experience of the nearness of eternity.
Each journey to Wales confirms for him the reality that the universe is not alien and hostile, that we are surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses. By their lives of faith and their prayers today they affirm that, in God, man is no longer a stranger.
A series of eight films
1: The World at Your Feet
Fred acquires for restoration the rusted wreck of another steam engine which occupies his mind through bleak hours up the chimney. ' I think all the time about what I'm going to do on it tonight. I've solved a lot of problems sitting on the tops of factory chimneys.' Narrator Deryck Guyler
Don Haworth 's extraordinary celebration of the life and thoughts of Bolton steeplejack Fred Dibnah ... The programme of the year (FINANCIAL timis) Photography arthur surra Film editor PETER gibbs
A series of five programmes 1: Taking Shape
' Innocent, modest, instructive and agreeable', were the qualities expected of the readers of women's journals of the 18th century but, when Victoria became Queen, the magazines began to reflect a new narrow role for women-that of wife and mother. Commentary read by MAUREEN LIPMAN
Director marion ALLINSON Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Speckles of Light
The stars, many far bigger than our ' star the sun, are many millions of miles away and appear only as specks of light. Until recently it had been impossible to see any details of the stars. But thanks to a new technique called 'speckle interferometry' this can be done for the first time. Patrick Moore discusses the remarkable results with Professor Alec Boksenberg , Director of the The Royal Greenwich Observatory, Herstmonceux.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
followed by News and Weather for Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales