6.20 Mapping in the Yorkshire Dales
6.45 Conceptual Models in Stratigraphy
7.10 Perfect Heat Engines
7.35 Planning Public Expenditure: 2
8.0 Transmission Lines
8.25 Dynamic Aspects of NMR
A See-Saw programme Pirate
Story and illustrations by DAVID MCKEE
Told by RAY BROOKS
Jesus - His Life and Teaching Jesus and Politics
Are religion and politics quite separate? How did Jesus cope with the political situation of his own day? What does this mean for us?
From the West London Mission, Hinde Street Methodist Church, London.
Speaker THE REV BRIAN DUCKWORTH
Director of Music STUART HUTCHINSON Introduced by RAYMOND SHORT
Bible readings: Isaiah 22, vv 15-23: LUKE 10, vv 29-37
Hymns: Hail to the Lord's anointed; Lord, thy Church on earth is seeking (Abbot's Leigh)
Sound vie GODRICH Lighting JOHN KING
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT
Holiday time is here again - or at least the time when people are planning their summer holidays. Today's programme includes a discussion on 'dos and don'ts' when booking a holiday. The programme also features a portrait of MADAN LAL KHANDELWAL who is blind and runs a successful holiday and travel agency in London.
Music is by the famous musicians of Pakistan, NUSRAT FATEH ALI KHAN and PARTY, who sing a qawwali.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Nusrat Fateh Ali
A series of eight programmes which show how many serious child accidents are preventable. 6:Shattering Glass
Presented by JIMMY SAVILE OBE
For free booklet, write to [address removed]
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A series of 24 programmes aimed at giving direct help to all those having difficulty with O-level maths. 22:Matrices II
Presented by LAURIE BUXTON
(Inner London Education Authority)
Director PATRICK TITLEY Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Books, Parts 1 and 2, 13.95 from booksellers
Jeevan ate Bhasha
A version in Punjabi of the film Languages for Life, taken from the earlier Multi-Cultural Education series.
Britain has many groups of people whose first language is not English, and this film sets out the case for more 'mother tongue' and 'community languages' teaching within the curriculum of British schools. It is shown with English subtitles.
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
A series of four programmes showing how basic concepts in manufacturing technology are used in modern industry. 2:Cutting Tool Materials
Narrator DEREK COOPER
A series of eight programmes 7:Cocktail Koftas
A series of nine programmes
4:In the Beginning was the Word ...TONY BUZAN explains the importance of key words in memory and recall.
An introduction to the world of robotics. Making Sense of the Real World IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS and JOHN COLL look at a wide range of sensors which are available on the market.
Production DAVID ALLEN and ROBIN MUDGE
with PHILIP WRIXON
DAN CHERRINGTON , JAMES GLADSTONE
Producers PHILIP HICKS , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers BILL GILES
A series of six programmes 3:Sex Education
starring Doris Day Frank Sinatra
Laurie, Fran and Amy Tuttle are delighted when a dashing young song, writer comes to live in their house and all three promptly fall in love with him. The situation is further complicated when pianist Barney Sloan arrives, with all the appeal of a stray kitten.
Doris Day's leading man is 01 Blue
Eyes himself and their songs include 'Just one of those things' and 'One tor my baby' as well as the title song.
Screenplay by JUUUS J. EPSTEIN. LENORE COFFEE Produced by HENRY BLANKE Directed by GORDON DOUGLAS Films: page 18
A Time to Die
While visiting the Ponderosa, April
Christopher is bitten by a wolt which is revealed to be rabid. The Cartwrights seem powerless to help....
Written by DON INGALLS
Directed by philip LEACOCK
ALAN WEEKS and BARRY DAVIES look back at the gold medal performances of the week in Canada's capital city. All eyes, of course, were on the Ice Dance Championship. Would TORVILL AND DEAN'S title-winning sequence of free dances with 'Fame', 'Mack and Mabel' and 'Barnum on Ice' be concluded successfully with 'Bolero'?
Television presentation by CTV
Producer JIM RESIDE
by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starringandfeaturing
The Concert Party obtain a booking to provide the cabaret at the Kama Sutra Club, Deolali.
Designer BARBARA GOSNOLD Producer DAVID CROFT
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Char Wallah Muhammed:
Punka Wallah Rumzan:
MP Sgt-Major Stevens:
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
The last in the present series with Cliff Michelmore
John Carter and Anne Gregg
The brochure promises a safari with a difference - something extra special. What could be more 'special' than spotting wild animals on a game drive through Kenya's National Parks? Tom Savage found out when he trekked on foot from a tented camp and rode in a hot-air balloon over the Masai plains.
Galicia has been described as 'the real Spain' - where the Spanish people themselves go for their holidays. With coastal scenery reminiscent of the Scandinavian fjords, it's a region rich in history. JOHN CARTER drove along the north coast - along the pilgrims' route to Santiago.
Film editor MAX WHEELER Producer COLIN STRONG
The sixth of eight programmes presented by Sarah Kennedy
Mugging is street language for theft with assault. The way this crime is reported often suggests that there's nothing you can do either to prevent it or to ward off an attack if it happens. But is this true? Several people, none of them physically strong, tell of how their quick-wittedness thwarted their attackers. And, if the worst comes to the worst, self-defence teacher Judith Lowe shows Sarah a simple technique which could help you escape from a mugger.
Production CLARE BRIGSTOCKE, JENNY ROGERS List of self-defence classes from [address removed] with envelope 14 x 9" and a 21p stamp.
from the Isle of Thanet
Life on the Isle of Thanet on Kent s eastern shore has always been closely tied to the moods of the English Channel. Bill Eades ran away to sea when he was only 12 years old, and tonight he tells Geoffrey Wheeler about the hardships the Ramsgate fishing boats had to face in Edwardian times.
He also visits the Benedictine Monastery where Sister Concordia, one of Britain's foremost religious sculptors, has her studio, and meets a Methodist minister who regularly takes to the air in pursuit of his rather unusual hobbies.
Their choice of hymns are sung in the Parish Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Broadstairs.
Jesu, lover of my soul (Aberystwyth); Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita); Amazing grace; 0 brother man (Londonderry Air); When lamps are lighted in the town (St Botolph); Jesus is Lord!; Lord of all hopefulness (Slane); Ah, holy Jesus (Herzliebster Jesu)
Conductor ROBIN HENDRY
Organist CHRISTOPHER RANDALL Producer DAVID KREMER
Series producer JIM MURRAY
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A series of ten programmes based on the Zoo Vet books by DAVID TAYLOR
9:The Woman's Touchby ANTHONY READ starring and Donald acquires an anaesthetic dart-gun and uses it to good effect, but there are some cases which require a little understanding ...
Music composed by MICHAEL OMER Script editor TED RHODES Designer JOHN COLEMAN
Produced by BILL SELLARS
Directed by CHRISTOPHER BAKER
with Magnus Magnusson
Worcester College of Higher Education is host for the ninth heat of Mastermind 1984.
Christopher Carter (parish priest) British birds
Nick Morrell (unemployed)
Life and works of Noel Coward
Malcolm Parnell (publicity manager) Voyages of Captain Cook Anne Senior (part-time teacher) Novels of Barbara Pym
Director LAURENCE VULUAMY Producer ROGER MACKAY
Captain Cook Anne
Alexis is now Mrs Carrington Colby - but is she getting the most out of her marriage? Only the reading of the will can decide that. Fallon enjoys playing with her hotel more than happy families and leaves Jeff holding the baby. Adam turns to his mother on his identity crisis - was he born with a silver rattle in his hand?
Written by KATHERINE COKER Directed by GWEN ARNER
with Esther Rantzen
Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour from the letters you send each week. 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
On Friday the English Rugby Football Union will make a final decision on its proposed tour of South Africa in May. A decision to go may have an impact on this summer's Olympics, and will almost certainly affect England's participation in the 1986 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh. But when military and trade deals go through on the nod, is sport just an easy target for the pressure groups?
As the RFU makes up its mind, DAVID JESSEL talks to the players and the decision-makers about their dilemmas and responsibilities as sportsmen, ambassadors, politicians and human beings.
Research BERNARD WALTON Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Series producer COLIN CAMERON
A series of 11 films 9:Brazil
The cuisine of Bahia in Brazil is an Afro-Portuguese mixture which uses two special ingredients: 'dende' oil from the West African oil palm tree and hot 'malaqueta' peppers. Chef Robert Campos prepares baked stuffed crab, chicken with peanuts and coconut milk, and spicy shrimp stew. Narrator Derek Cooper
Presented for the BBC by PETER RIDING and CATHERINE ROBINS A SCREENSCOPE production
from Meadowland, New Jersey, USA The IAAF World
Cross Country Championships
Highlights of today's event where TIM HUTCHINGS leads the England team, but the USA and Ethiopia are likely to contest the top placing as they did last year. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are all represented. JANE FURNISS is our best hope in the women's event, but the USA and Soviet Union are expected to dominate.
RON PICKERING , STUART STOREY
Television presentation NBC