6.45 Technology: Electric Money
7.10 Crustal and Mantle Processes
7.35 Work and Retirement
8.0 Biochemistry: The Action of Lysozyme
8.25 Stereochemistry: Configurations
lain Lauchlan and Sarah Long say, 'Hello again' with songs, games and play ideas. Hands are very handy things Musicians PAUL READE
Story: Master Salt the Sailor's Son by ALLEN AHLBERG and ANDRE AMSTUTZ Directors GREG CHILDS , JANE PROWSE Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Five programmes on being 50 in the 80s. 3: Life-lines
Presenter Kay Carmichael Director JOHN BROOKE
Producers IAN WOOLF. BRIGIT BARRY
Book, £3.95 from booksellers
A series of programmes on survival and success in small business.
2: Dedicated Marketing Director GEOFF GRIFFITHS
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN Book, Small Business Guide, £6.50 from booksellers. For 'Local Link' details send large sae to: [address removed]
A weekly focus on issues, topics and personalities as they affect Asian communities in the United Kingdom.
Music comes from Chitra Singh who sings a ghazal.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A series of eight programmes 2: You and Eye
The eye is the main window on the world. Tony Buzan shows how it can be used more effectively.
Director IAN ROSENBLOOM
Producer NANCY THOMAS Book £3.95 paperback; £5.95 hardback from booksellers
Ten programmes with Chris Serle and Katia Dandoulaki 3: Asking the way
The plateia: centre of the Greek village; and the Greek Orthodox Church.
Consultant DAVID A. HARDY
Film editor RICHARD SIDWELL
Producer TERRY DOYLE Book £7.95; pack of two cassettes £7.48 or three records £12.08 from retailers
for Palm Sunday
Holy Communion (Rite B) from the Parish Church of St Alphege, Solihull, West Midlands
Celebrant and preacher
Canon Raymond Wilkinson Hymns A & M(R): All glory, laud and honour (98); When I survey the wondrous cross (108); My song is love unknown (102); Faithful Shepherd, feed me (415)
Communion setting: Darke in F Readings: Zachariah 9, vv 9-12 (RSV); I Corinthians 1, vv 18-25 (RSV); Matthew 21, vv 1-13 (NEB) Organist and master of the choristers PETER GREGORY
Assistant organist KEVIN GILL Sound RAMON BAILEY
Lighting DICK BENTLEY TV presentation
MICHAEL SHOESMITH BBC Pebble Mill
A series of nine programmes on how to grow and care for indoor plants 6: Flowering Plants
Geoffrey Smith offers practical advice on how to propagate some of the more popular varieties such as cinnererias, calceolarias and hydrangeas.
Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Book, El.50 from booksellers
features the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land. with Philip Wrixon and Dan Cherrington Producers
KEN POLLOCK , MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
12.53 Weather News for farmers BILL GILES
With trading links that go back 800 years, treaties for almost 1,000, few countries have more historic links with Britain than our 'oldest ally'. Ever since the Crusaders first stopped off in Portugal on their way to the Holy Land in 1147, the contact has been close, and that history has been the theme of this week's state visit. Kate Adie followed The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh round palaces, forts, and in Oporto, to the birthplace of Prince Henry the Navigator, grandson of John of Gaunt, one of the Queen's distant ancestors.
Chief picture editor MICHAEL DAVIES Produced by GORDON CARR A BBCtv News special
The Great Hedgehog Mystery Narrated by David Attenborough Hedgehogs have been around for 15 million years, and they're still with us. Yet they remain creatures of considerable mystery. This programme answers many questions about the hedgehog, including the best known question of all - however do they manage to mate?
Photography OWEN NEWMAN Film editor NIGEL ASHCROFT Written and produced by DILYS BREESE
An omnibus edition by Jim Hawkins and Gilly Fraser.
Marilyn Monroe with Rory Calhoun
Widower Matt Calder and his young son are hard at work developing a farm on the borders of the River of No Return when into their lives come a young saloon singer and her gambler husband.
Monroe as the bar room entertainer is a perfect match for the laconic
Mitchum in this rugged adventure set at the time of the 1875 gold rush, and filmed amidst spectacular Canadian scenery.
Screenplay by FRANK FENTON from a story by LOUIS LANTZ Produced by STANLEY RUBIN Directed by OTIO PREMINGER
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The 100th edition of Top Gear comes from the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu with William Woollard taking a nostalgic look at the joys and hazards of motoring over those years.
It's the 50th birthday of the driving test, and in that time it's changed very little. Frank Page asks if the standards of 1935 are still good enough. He also tests the latest offering from Porsche-the 944 Turbo. Producer PHILIP FRANKLIN
Executive producer DENNIS ADAMS BBC Pebble Mill
starring and guest starring
As Cooter's estranged daughter arrives in Hazzard, Boss Hogg has the wool pulled over his eyes in a land deal with two 'sheep ranchers' planning to turn the county into a toxic waste dump. The two events are like a chemical reaction and the results are explosive!
Written by SI ROSE
Directed by DON MCDOUGALL
Sheriff Rosco Coltrane:
Introduced by Hugh Scully In the first of the new series, the Roadshow team of experts visits the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea. Porcelain and paintings, ivories and fine medieval furniture are among the many treasured items brought for examination and valuation. They include a rare, late 18th-century pistol, with four barrels splayed like a duck's foot - and worth a four-figure sum. Director DAVID MITCHELL
Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS BBC Bristol
Book, Antiques Roadshow Quiz, to be published in May
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with Jan Leeming Weather News
for Palm Sunday from Chelmsford Cathedral Chelmsford is the county town of Essex, tied closely to London by commuter rail and road links, but with a thriving industrial and community life of its own. Tonight Songs of Praise marks the events of Holy
Week through the personal stories of some of the people of the town. John Timpson talks to Carol Sach about the suffering and rejection caused by anorexia; Anne Walker reflects on the role of Mary, forced to watch while her son suffers pain.
Also a visit to a home where addicts, alcoholics and ex-offenders have the chance to experience the love and care of a family.
The hymns in the programme tell the story of the Passion of Jesus: Canon Patrick Appleford explains the task of the hymn-writer and tells how he came to write the hymn 'Lord Jesus Christ'.
All glory, laud and honour (St
Theodulph); Praise to the holiest in the height (SomerveU); Crux fidelis; Lord Jesus Christ (Living
Lord); When I survey the wondrous cross (Rockingham); 0 sacred head, sore wounded
(Passion chorale); My song is love unknown (Love unknown); All for Jesus
Conductor GRAHAM ELLIOTT Organist DAVID SPARROW
Film director LELIA GUINERYGREEN Producer DAVID KREMER
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by ROY CLARKE starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde in Serenade for Tight Jeans and Metal Detector
Forced by the laws of decency to replace his well-worn trousers, Compo unwillingly visits the local second-hand shop in search of a serviceable pair of jeans. However, it is Clegg who makes the unexpected purchase of the day when he is attracted by a special line in early 40s electronics.
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER
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Alan J. W.
Guilt by WILLIAM HUMBLE
A young girl is knocked down by a lorry - and Kate gradually becomes aware of a family tragedy involving one of her own officers.
Producer GERAINT MORRIS
Director SARAH HELLINGS
Insp Kate Longton:
Sgt Joseph Beck:
Sgt George Parrish:
PC Danny Sparks:
PC Brian Kelleher:
Det Sgt Duckworth:
Intensive care doctor:
with Magnus Magnusson
The semi-final stage of this year's competition is reached tonight in the Great Hall of the University of Lancaster. Four winners of the first-round programmes compete for a place in the final of Mastermind 1985. Sharon Colesell (invoice clerk)
The Decameron of Boccaccio Clive Bettington (solicitor)
The Second Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902
(assistant museum curator) British birds
(theatre technical manager) The Second World War Director LAURENCE VULLlAMY Producer PETER MASSEY
by TOM KEMPINSKI with Frances de la Tour and David de Keyser
Stephanie, a world famous violinist, is desperately ill. She needs a psychiatrist's help, but her fiery personality and aggressive humour turn Dr Feldmann's consulting room into a battleground.
Camera supervisor GARTH TUCKER Lighting DAVE SYDENHAM
Script editor LEONARD KINGSTON Director CAROL WISEMAN
Producer ANDREE MOLYNEUX
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Dr Alfred Feldmann:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
with Sheila Walsh
Top of the bill tonight is
Lon Satton , once a minister and now one of the stars of Andrew Lloyd Webber 's Starlight Express in London's West End. From Leeds Adrian Snell welcomes you to the circus. Sheila Walsh is joined by Mark Williamson in a duet and, from a night club in London, Maria Muldaur sings some of her gospel favourites.
Lighting ERIC WALLIS Sound TONY PHILPOT
Designer PAUL MUNTING
Series producer JIM MURRAY
Forty per cent of people aged over 75 live alone. For many of them home helps are their anchor in the world and their most intimate and regular relationship. The programme looks at the work of home helps and then goes on to explore the innovative scheme set up in Kent which uses 'paid volunteers' to help old people stay in their own homes.
Film editor PETER DELFGOU
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS Produced by LUCY PARKER
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The Sky in Infra-Red
The Infra-Red Astronomical Satellite. IRAS, operated for most of 1983 and provided important information about subjects ranging from the dusty tails of comets to star formation in remote galaxies. Patrick Moore talks to Dr Jim Emerson of Queen Mary College about these new results and their significance.
Produced by PIETER MORPURGO Send sae for Newsletter No 17 to [address removed]