6.45 Borehole Logging
7.10 The Hydraulic Ram
7.35 The Claimant
8.0 Engineering Mechanisms
8.25 Stereochemistry: Conformational Analysis
Jesus - His Life and Teaching Jesus Means Judgment
At some point we all have to make moral decisions. What standards guide our judgments? Is it just a matter of depending on individual conscience? Are there some standards that never change?
From Derbyshire College of Higher Education, Mickleover, Derby
Speaker CANON MICHAEL AUSTIN Pianist NORMA PRITCHARD
Introduced by RAYMOND SHORT Bible reading: John 9, vv 1-41
Hymns: Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates (Gonfalon Royal); The light of Christ has come into the world; Christ be with me, Christ within me (St Patrick's Breastplate); Thine be the glory, risen, conquering Son (Maccabaeus)
Sound NEIL MURRAY. Lighting GORDON WHITE Director MICHAEL WOOD
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Danny, Charlie and Shin are three talented musicians from Birmingham and their group, DCS, has achieved tremendous fame both in this country and India. Today a film profile.
RASHID ASHRAF talks to D. WOUHRA , a young film producer, and MARC ZUBER , the star of the Hindi movie Cricketer shot on location in the UK.
JAGMOHAN KAUR sings a Punjabi folk song by legendary poet BULLE shah.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A series of eight programmes on preventing child accidents. 3: Poisoning
Presented by JIMMY SAVILE OBE Free booklet from Health Education Council[address removed]
Scotland only: [address removed]
A series of 24 programmes aimed at giving help with 0-level maths 19: Probability
Books, Maths Help parts 1 and 2, 13.95 each from booksellers
A ten-part series in Modern Greek for beginners. 9: Likes and Dislikes
For more information contact: England and Wales: Broadcast Support Services [number removed]; Northern Ireland: Media follow-up [number removed]; Scotland: Network [number removed]
Five programmes on the Youth Training Scheme in action.
4: Who Needs Guidance?
The organisations who run youth training schemes are required to provide every trainee with adequate 'guidance and support'.
But it looks as if the adults working in YTS can use some guidance and support themselves.
Film editor JOHN JENNISON Producer IAN WOOLF
A series of eight programmes 4: Masoor Dal
Fish and vegetable dishes are a classic part of Indian cookery. MADHUR JAFFREY shows you how to make a delicious dish out of prawns and courgettes. That other classic vegetable pullao is also featured.
Assistant producer JENNY STEVENS Producer JENNY ROGERS
Book (same title), £8.95 hardback, 14.25 paperback from booksellers
A series of nine programmes 1: Change Your Mind
The brain is a remarkable organism and TONY BUZAN explains how it can be used to the full.
Director IAN ROBERTSON
Producer NANCY THOMAS
9: Moving Pictures
With the help of IAN TRACKMAN, a professional software writer, IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS investigates the extent to which the personal micro-computer can achieve these effects.
For further information on the computer literacy project send a large sae (12" x 9") and 21p postage to [address removed]. Television notes to accompany the series, address as above, Â£1.60 enclosing a large sae (12" x 9")
Book and software pack, Â£12.95 from retailers
features the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. with PHILIP WRIXON ,
DAN CHERRINGTON , JAMES GLADSTONE
Producers philip hicks , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers JIM BACON
The last of five programmes The Next 25 Years
Producers IAN WOOLF , BRIGIT BARRY Book (same title) £3.95 from booksellers
British International Championship
Scotland u England
The second match in the triangular series between England, Scotland and Wales.
Scotland, convincingly defeated by Wales two weeks ago, will be out to prove their potential against the favourites and traditional 'enemies' England, having the advantage of being on Scottish soil.
Introduced by TONY GUBBA from the Mecca Empire, Edinburgh Commentators SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN
Directors MIKE ADLEY and KEITH MACKENZKIE Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
starring Peter Sellers
Victor Mature, Britt Ekland
Notorious criminal Aldo Vanucci , alias 'The Fox', hits on a novel way of getting manpower for a bullion hijack; he persuades an entire village that they're movie extras under his 'direction', and sets them to work!
Screenplay by NEIL SIMON Produced by JOHN BRYAN
Directed by VITTORIO DE SICA Films: page 14
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Further coverage of the British International Championship with highlights of the afternoon's play and the result of today's match.
The last of the series by JAMES HILTON dramatised by ALEXANDER BARON
The Great War, the war to end wars, is at its height. Not only have many of Chips's former pupils been killed, but also his best friend, the German master, Max Staefel. Brookfield boys REPTON SCHOOL and CHRIST COLLEGE, BRECON
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Make-up designer SYLVIA THORNTON Script editor TERRANCE DICKS
Designer COLIN SHAW. Producer BARRY LETTS Director GARETH DAVIES
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
with Cliff Michelmore
John Carter and Anne Gregg
Spinsters and bachelors, widows or widowers - many thousands of people take their holidays alone, and several tour companies specialise in catering for their solo requirements. ANNE GREGG went on such a holiday in Amain, a holiday which promises candlelit dinners, companionship, and perhaps just a hint of romance.
If you're keen on sailing, but unsure of your ability in foreign waters, then a flotilla sailing holiday would seem to be the answer. You fend for yourself, but under the eye of an experienced leader. Tom Savage sampled such a holiday sailing off Yugoslavia.
For the last of his reports on the islands of Britain, CLIFF MICHELMORE travels to Jersey, sheltered in the Cherbourg peninsula. In the studio, news and comment on the holiday scene.
Executive producer TOM SAVAGE Producer Colin STRONG
The third of eight programmes presented by Sarah Kennedy
Any intrusion into your home is alarming and potentially dangerous. What ploys do the con-men typically use to get into your house? And what should you do if you come home to find a burglar already inside? Self-defence teachers Mike Finn and Judith Lowe give some advice, and Judith teaches Sarah an easily learnt self-defence technique which could be useful in all kinds of threatening situations.
Production CLARE BRIGSTOCKE, JENNY ROGERS List of self-defence classes from Streetwise, BBCtv, London [Postcode removed] with envelope 14 x 9" and a 21p stamp
from Tewkesbury Abbey
Tewkesbury is a town rich in history, with a wealth of outstanding architecture the finest example of which has to be the Abbey Church of St Mary the Virgin. This magnificent Norman building provides the setting for tonight's hymns, and among the local Christians Geoffrey Wheeler meets are Meriel Darby, whose study of Eastern medicine has brought her back to Western religion, and Harry Workman, who talks about how his life has changed over the past 50 years, since he founded one of the local dairies.
O worship the King (Hanover); Come, gracious Spirit (Hawkhurst); Guide me, O thou great Jehovah (Cwm Rhondda); Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton); Through all the changing scenes of life (Wiltshire): Jesu, lover of my soul (Aberystwyth); How great thou art!; Praise to the Lord (Praxis pietatis)
Conductor IAN FOX
Organist MICHAEL PETERSON
Prayer THE REV MICHAEL MOXON
Film director VALETTA STALLABRASS
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer JIM MURRAY
BBC Pebble Mill
A series of ten programmes based on the Zoo Vet books by DAVID TAYLOR 6: Time and Motion by ANTHONY READ starring
Donald is getting used to being called out to strange kinds of animals. But what can anyone do when the owner is convinced of a cure ...
Music composed by MICHAEL OMER Script editor TED RHODES Designer JOHN COLEMAN
Produced by BILL SELLARS
Directed by CHRISTOPHER BAKER
with Magnus Magnusson
University College, Cardiff, is host as three women and one man pit their wits against each other in the quest to become Mastermind 1984.
Diana Hadley (landscape gardener) Life and work of Sir Edwin Lutyens Margaret Harris (deputy head teacher) Life and work of Cecil Rhodes John Warner (retired) Anglo-Australian test matches 1920-1938 Primrose Wood (physiotherapist)
Lord Peter Wimsey novels of Dorothy L. Sayers
Director LAURENCE VULUAMY Producer ROGER MACKAY
The saga of the Carrington family returns starring
Blake Carrington lies unconscious on a remote mountainside after his fierce struggle with Nick Toscanni - can Krystle find him in time? Alexis' wedding plans are delayed by Cecil's massive coronary - will she be thwarted in her bid to marry for power? Fallon and Jeff are devastated by the kidnapping of their baby - who has the missing child?
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with Esther Rantzen
The reporters are Bill Buckley
Gavin Campbell , Michael Groth And at the That's Life Newsdesk Doc Cox and Joanna Monro
Director BOB MARSLAND
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor GORDON WATTS
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
How did the universe begin? According to Genesis, God created the world in six days. According to science, the universe was born about 15 billion years ago in a moment of cataclysmic creation -the big bang.
But this theory leaves open the question: how did the bang happen in the first place? It is here that science has seemed to leave room for God - at least in the role of lighting the blue touch paper. But very recently some scientists have claimed that they can answer the ultimate question - how the universe appeared all on its own, out of nothing. Is this true? And what would be the implications if it is?
In this film Everyman uses advanced computer graphics to explain the latest developments in the scientific understanding of the creation, and talks to leading scientists, both religious and atheist, about the consequences of these developments for belief in God. Narrator Eugene Fraser Film editor TIM CAWSTON
Series producer DANIEL WOLF Producer MAX WHITBY
A series of 11 films 6: Germany
Germany is well-known for beer festivals, schnitzel and sauerkraut. But in the spa town of Bad Wurzach, Chef Helmut Abrell prepares other traditional dishes, including Maultaschen (pouches of dough filled with pork), perch stuffed with pike, and red-currant pie. Narrator Derek Cooper Presented for the BBC by PETER RIDING and CATHERINE ROBINS. A SCREENSCOPE production
Scotland v England
TONY GUBBA introduces highlights of today's match, including coverage of the ladies' event.