6.45 Noise and Interference
7.10 Engineering: Mechanical Properties
7.35 Materials Processing: Metal
8.25 Stereochemistry of Addition Reactions
Sheelagh Gilbey and Ben Thomas say 'hello again' with songs, games and play ideas. Musicians MICHAEL OMER and ALAN GRAHAME
Story: Harlequin and the Gift of Many Colours by REMY CHARLIP and BURTON SUPREE Director DIANNE KENNY
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
A book that takes young Chris, his friend Joy and his robot toy Gizmo on ten magical adventures back to Bible times.
Chris and Joy find Superbook in the dusty attic of Chris's house. Superbook whisks the children and Gizmo back in time to the Garden of Eden, where they meet Adam and Eve. They hear how God created the world and are witnesses to the temptation of Eve by the wily serpent.
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Worship and prayer for
Sunday morning in which you are united by television to the whole community of viewers watching in their homes.
Gary Davies introduces today's service for the first Sunday after Easter from a viewer's home in Ealing, west London. If you would like the viewing community to pray for you or to share with you in giving thanks, please write to: This is the Day, BBCtv, London W12 8QT. Television presentation ANGELA TILBY
A weekly focus on issues, topics and personalities as they affect Asian communities in the United Kingdom. Pushpa Hans sings
'Sufiyana kalam' Producer YOUSUF AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A series of eight programmes 4: 'In the Beginning was the Word....'
Tony Buzan explains the importance of key words in memory and recall. Director IAN ROSENBLOOM
Producer NANCY THOMAS Book £3.95 paperback; £5.95 hardback from booksellers
Ten programmes about modern Greek and the Greek way of life. with Chris Serle and Katia Dandoulaki
The language used when meeting Greeks, and a portrait of Andros Island. Consultant DAVID A. HARDY
Book Â£7.95, two cassettes Â£7.48 or three records Â£12.08 from booksellers
The last of five programmes on being 50 in the 80s. The Next 25 Years
Presenter Kay Carmichael
Producers LAN WOOLF, brigit BARRY
Book, £3.95 from booksellers
Last of a series of programmes on survival and success in small business.
Film editor PAUL SINCLAIR Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Book Small Business Guide, £6.50, from booksellers. For 'Local Link' details send large sae to: [address removed]
A series of nine programmes 7: Foliage Plants
This is one of the more popular groups of house plants which have the advantage of being attractive throughout the year.
Geoffrey Smith offers practical advice on the cultivation and propagation of coleus and ferns as well as building a bottle garden using foliage plants.
Film editor PETER RINGSTEAD 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
The Trouble with Trouble
Hoss volunteers to help an old friend bring peace to a lawless town where the residents yearn for law enforcement for everybody but themselves.
Written by JACK B. SOWARDS
Directed by HERSCHEL DANGHERTY
Little Joe Cartwright:
An omnibus edition by Bill Lyons and Glen McCoy.
Stewart Granger George Sanders Joan Greenwood
Young John Mohune somes to the village of Moonfleet after his mother's death seeking
Jeremy Fox , the man she had loved. But the boy soon discovers that Fox, a rake and a dandy, is also leader of a band of smugglers.
Screenplay by JAN LUSTIG and MARGARET FILLS Based on the novel by J. MEADE FALKNER
Produced by JOHN HOUSEMAN Directed by FRITZ LANG o IN THE PICTURE: page 16
William Woollard looks at the new season's touring and motor caravans, and examines a new, safer towing hitch.
Sue Baker goes into the pros and cons of diesel cars, and tests a selection of diesels currently on the market.
Frank Page drives the latest flyer from Austin Rover, the 120 mph MG Montego Turbo. Producer BRIAN STRACHAN
Executive producer DENNIS ADAMS
and guest starring Heiress Daisy Duke The prospect of easy money has a hypnotic effect on both Boss Hogg and Daisy, who becomes an unwitting part in a scheme to cheat a tycoon searching for his granddaughter.
Written by LEN KAUFMAN and MYLES WILDER
Directed by DON MCDOUGALL
Sheriff Rosco Coltrane:
Introduced by Hugh Scully This week a visit to
Banbury, famous for its cross and its buns, where the team of experts uncovers paintings, silver and jewellery of high quality; a historic watch once presented by the King of France, but recently unearthed from a local garden; and the most valuable item yet found on any of the 50 previous
Roadshows -a 15th-century bronze Chinese temple bell. Director DAVID MITCHELL
Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
appeals on behalf of The Church of St Nicholas,
Stanford-on-Avon, Northants. This ancient church is full of medieval art which is unique and irreplaceable. Regular services are still held here for the now small community that surrounds it, but urgent repairs must be carried out if the church is to survive.
Please send whatever you can to: Robert Hardy ,
St Nicholas Appeal, [address removed]
with Jan Leeming Weather News
Stafford Sally Magnusson visits the busy county town of Stafford, a centre of commerce for over 1,000 years. Among the people she meets are Neil Robinson , a young solicitor who spends much of his spare time writing and performing music in church and in the town, and Anne Glover , who keeps the over-60s of Stafford impressively fit with her weekly exercise classes. People from all over Stafford join to sing their Songs of Praise in St Mary's Church.
Hail the day that sees him rise; We all are bom to a living hope; Love s redeeming work is done; Now the green blade riseth; Come let us sing of a wonderful love; Tell out. my soul; The day thou gavest Conductor NIGEL MORRIS Director DIANE REID
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
written by ROY CLARKE starring
Peter Sallis Brian Wilde with Jane Freeman Joe Gladwin Kathy Staff in The Loxley Lozenge
Would-be mechanical genius Wesley Pegden has found a rare vintage car but to get it back to his garage he needs the expert assistance of three trustworthy volunteers....
Designer STEPHEN FAWCETT Produced and directed by ALAN J. W. BELL
Alan J. W.
with Magnus Magnusson Tonight's setting is the Taliesin Centre for the Arts at the University College of Swansea, where four winners of first-round programmes compete for a place in the final of Mastermind 1985. John Burke
Jan Hus and the Hussite Wars, 1415-37 Richard Hills (schoolmaster)
English poetry of the First World War
History of astronomy/ cosmology up to 1700 Christopher Gibson (schoolmaster)
History of Athens, 560-323 BC Assistant producer MARY CRAIG Director LAURENCE VULLIAMY Producer PETER MASSEY
A romantic comedy by IVAN TURGENEV Translated by CONSTANCE GARNETT starring Eleanor Bron
Ian Charleson , Richard Briers Phyllis Calvert
Norman Rodway Shaun Scott and introducing Amanda Waring Natalya Petrovna is a lucky woman. She has a good husband and a handsome admirer. But she is also
'of a certain age' and when a young tutor arrives for the summer her romantic feelings get the better of her, threatening everyone with disaster.
Music composed by JEREMY NICHOLAS Lighting JOHN SUMMERS Designer JAN SPOCZYNSKI
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS Producer LOUIS MARKS Directed by BILL HAYS
Arkady, a landowner:
Natalya, his wife:
Kolya, their son:
Vera, their ward:
Anna, Arkady's mother:
Lizaveta, a companion:
Schaaf, a German tutor:
Rakitin, a friend of the family:
Beliayev, Kolya's tutor:
Bolshintzov, a neighbour:
Shpigelsky, a doctor:
Matvey, a manservant:
Katya, a maidservant:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
with Sheila Walsh
Tonight's special guest from America is Larry Norman , the man credited with inventing Christian rock and roll. Plus some enterprising
British talent: Steve Butler from Glasgow, and newcomer Julie Moon. On film: The
Rez Band -heavy metal and radical lifestyle. Lighting ERIC WALLIS Sound TONY PHILPOT
Designer PAUL MUNTING
Series producer JIM MURRAY
A series of five programmes 3: In the Family
One situation which many families have to face is when an old person loses a partner. Ernest Broome is 88. His wife died 18 months ago and he now lives on his own in Scarborough.
Can he really manage alone? Should he move in with his daughter and her family or should he take sheltered accommodation of some kind? How can he best keep around him his life as he has known it?
Film editor PETER DELFGOU
Researcher MAGGIE WINKWORTH Series producer BERNARD ADAMS Produced by LUCY PARKER
For immediate enquiries phone lines are open for an hour after the programme, and 9.30-5.30 on Monday: [number removed]
For free booklet send large sae with 18p stamp to: [address removed]
The first of six programmes about families who make music together, presented by Roy Castle and featuring The Stants from Leicester: two brothers who married two sisters, a jazz-mad father and a mum who makes their costumes. The
Kyles from Great Missenden: 'jug-band' music down on the farm.
Film reporter Jill Phillips Film director HILARY MURPHY Producer TONY STAVEACRE BBC Bristol