6.20 Landscape: Bodmin and Dorset
6.45 Isotopes in Geology
7.10 Engineering: Two Control Problems
7.35 Engines of War
8.0 Telecommunications: Multiplexing
8.25 The Nature of Chemistry
What do we make of Jesus today? What did his earliest followers come to believe about him? Can we share their belief?
From Derbyshire College of Higher Education, Mickleover, Derby
Speaker CANON MICHAEL AUSTIN
Pianist NORMA PRITCHARD
Introduced by RAYMOND SHORT
Bible reading: Mark 8, vv 22-38
Hymns: Love divine, all loves excelling (Blaenwem); Jesus, name above all names (Capo 3); An upper room did our Lord prepare (O Waly, Waly); Lift high the cross, the love of Christ proclaim (Crucifer)
Sound NEIL MURRAY
Lighting GORDON WHITE
Director NOEL VINCENT
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Today's guest NOOR JEHAN, 'The Melody Queen' whose inimitable style and lilting voice have delighted music lovers of three generations, talks about her career and performs some of her most popular melodies.
An ASIAN UNIT presentation BBC Pebble Mill
Eight programmes. 4: Quick as a Flash Presented by JIMMY SAVILE OBE
A series of 24 programmes
20:Functions and Inequalities
Books, Parts 1 and 2, £3.95 from booksellers
Last of a ten-part series in Modern Greek for beginners Let's Have a Look
For more information contact: England and Wales: Broadcasting Support Services [number removed]; Northern Ireland: Media Follow-up [number removed]; Scotland: Network [number removed].
Book (same title), cassettes and records from booksellers
Last of five programmes on the Youth Training Scheme in action.
5: What Do You Think of it So Far? BRIAN REDHEAD talks to KEN ATKINSON , director of training MSC
Production assistant JANE FREEMAN Producer IAN WOOLF
Eight programmes. 5: Shahi Korma
A series of nine programmes 2:You and Eye
Last of ten programmes
Someone, somewhere... might have a message for you. Ian McNaught-Davis and John Coll look at the use of the micro in communications.
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 with a 12" x 9" sae. Book and software pack, Â£12.95 from retailers
In livestock markets all over England, the name DUSTY HARE calls to mind a shrewd buyer of sheep, able to translate the skilled judgment of eye and touch into profitable dealing. On rugby pitches all over the world the name Dusty Hare means lethal punishment for infringements - a boot that has kicked more points than any other in the history of the game.
DAN CHERRINGTON talks to the quiet self-effacing farmer.
Producer KEN POLLOCK BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
A series of six programmes
1:It's Different Now
starring John Wayne
Claudia Cardinale , Rita Hayworth When American circus-owner Matt Masters decides to take his show on a tour of Europe, he has a secret, romantic reason for the trip. A disastrous accident destroys the circus in Barcelona, but after a spectacular gallop up the Champs-Elysees with a runaway stagecoach, Matt is back in show business and once more on the road to romance. Films: page 14
(John Wayne stars in Sands of Iwo Jima on BBC2 tomorrow at 5 40 pm)
Screenplay by BEN hecht,:
starring with An Earthquake Called Callahan
When Joe agrees to track down a key witness in a court case he finds himself involved in another trial-by combat!
Written by PRESTON WOOD
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring featuring
The Jungle Patrol
The Sergeant Major takes the Concert Party on a jungle survival course-Rangi ensures that they survive.
Designer ROGER MURRAY LEACH Producer DAVID CROFT
Char Wallah Muhammed:
Punka Wallah Rumzan:
Hope Thompson, the District Commissioner:
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
with Cliff Michelmore
John Carter and Anne Gregg
A 'Tyrolean Wander-walk' is exactly what the name suggests-a ramble through the Austrian countryside with no steep climbs. ANNE GREGG put on her sensible footwear to try this walking holiday.
The French Riviera-are things down there still the way they used to be in the great days between the wars? Do the rich and famous still stroll along the Promenade des Anglais in the spring sunshine? JOHN CARTER flew to Nice at Carnival time.
Diane Harron of BBC Belfast goes to the lakes of Fermanagh-an area one and a half times as large as the Norfolk Broads.
Producer COLIN STRONG
Executive producer TOM SAVAGE
The fourth of eight programmes about self-defence presented by Sarah Kennedy
You're travelling by bus or by tube minding your own business, when suddenly you're made to feel uncomfortable - it could be the beginning of a verbal or physical attack, it could be sexual harassment. What should you do? Self-defence teachers Judith Lowe and Mike Finn give some practical advice both on avoiding trouble and on dealing with potentially dangerous or embarrassing situations when they do arise.
Production CLARE BRIGSTOCKE. JENNY ROGERS Book (same title) 91.95 from booksellers
List of self-defence classes from Streetwise, BBCtv, London [Postcode removed] with envelope 14 x 9" and a 21p stamp
from Romsey Abbey
Today is the first Sunday of Lent, a time when Christians reflect on their faith. Songs of Praise visits Romsey Abbey, which has stood for 850 years as a place of prayer and pilgrimage. More recently it has become the last resting place of Earl Mountbatten.
Geoffrey Wheeler meets David Clegg , voted this year's Choir Boy of the Year, who sings the 'Nunc Dimittis', and talks to Ann Rispin , who went to teach in Africa and came back with an adopted Ethiopian daughter. The people of Romsey sing their favourite hymns.
0 the deep deep love of Jesus (Ebenezer); Eternal glory of the sky; Lord of all hope-fulness (Slane); Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us (Mannheim); The whole wide world for Jesus! (Wolvercote); Immortal, invisible God only wise (St Denio); Nunc Dimittis (Burgon); 0 thou who dost accord us (Innsbruck)
Conductor ANTHONY BURNSCOX Organist JEFFREY WILLIAMS Film director ANN BARNETT Producer DAVID KREMER
Series producer JIM MURRAY
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
A series of ten programmes based on the Zoo Vet books by DAVID TAYLOR
7:A Long Weekendby ANTHONY READ starring and Every little helps - including hypnosis when dealing with wild animals. But help in feeding can lead to unwanted results....
Music composed by MICHAEL OMER Script editor TED RHODES Designer JOHN HOLLAND
Produced by BILL SELLARS
Directed by RICHARD BRAMALL
Jan Van Merr:
with Magnus Magnusson
Avery Hill College at Eltham in south east London welcomes four more aspirants for the title of Mastermind 1984. Maureen Butler (technical sales rep) Lymond saga books of Dorothy Dunnett
Anthony Hern (freelance journalist) Novels of G. K. Chesterton
Rachel Leonard (housewife)
Life and novels of Thomas Hardy Richard Thackrah (lecturer) History of the police 1829-1900
Director LAURENCE VULLIAMY Producer ROGER MACKAY
Suspicion falls on Claudia Blaisdel in the search for Fallon and Jeff's baby - her discovery leads to a terrifying rooftop encounter. Many miles away from this drama another is unfolding, when a dying old woman tells her grandson that he is none other than Adam Carrington , the son stolen from Blake and Alexis 25 years before....
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
with David Jessel
Fr 'Guadalupe' Carney, an American Catholic priest, died in the Honduran jungle at the head of a band of armed guerrillas - of starvation says the Honduran army. His family believe he was captured, tortured and killed, and that US military advisers were behind the entire counterinsurgency operation. DAVID JESSEL follows the spiritual journey of the St Louis altarboy who became a revolutionary priest; and the emotional journey of his family in their search for his body, his fate and the truth.
Film cameraman JOHN WALKER Film sound DON MARTIN
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Series producer COLIN CAMERON
A series of 11 films 7:Mexico
Mexican cuisine is a mixture of old and new - ancient Indian and Spanish. This variety is reflected in the menu of chef Joaquin Guzman of the Hotel Continental in Mexico City, who prepares a classic Indian guacamole, chicken with chilli sauce, tortillas (maize pancakes filled with spicy sausage) and fresh fish Veracruz style. Narrator Derek Cooper
Presented for the BBC by PETER RIDING and CATHERINE ROBINS. A SCREENSCOPE production
For the past few months Venus has been a brilliant object in the morning sky. Though we cannot see through its dense, unbreathable atmosphere, space probes have sent back remarkable pictures, and using infra-red techniques, the Anglo-Australian Observatory has taken pictures of the dark side. Patrick Moore talks to Dr Peter Cattermole of Sheffield University about this fascinating world.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO