6.45 Recycling Scrap Copper
7.10 Materials Engineering
7.35 Lucas Aerospace Dispute
8.0 Enzymes in Industry
8.25 The Nature of Chemistry
Brian Jameson , Jane Hardy and Liz Watts say Hello Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Nothing's impossible As long as you believe
Musician RICHARD BROWN Story: Alistair's Elephant by MARILYN SADLER illustrated by ROGER BOLLEN Producer PENNY LLOYD
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
A book that takes young
Chris, his friend Joy and his robot toy Gizmo on a magical adventure back to Bible times.
The Patience of Job
Job tells Chris, Joy and Gizmo how he lost family, wealth, crops and health and yet remained faithful to God.
The series for Sunday morning in which you are united with your fellow viewers in a simple service of prayer and fellowship.
Today's worship comes from the house of a viewer in Surbiton, and is introduced by Ann Easter.
Television presentation DAVID CRAiG Series producer ANGELA TTLBY
For Asian girls to get involved in sport is itself noteworthy, but for a girl to go on and be selected for an English international squad is, to say the least, unusual. Dippy Shahans is an 18-year-old from Southall, London, whose skill in karate has landed her a place in the national squad. Binda Rai visits her during a training session and talks to her about her success.
Painting on rice grains, tiny seeds and single strands of human hair sounds unbelievable, but Shri Chanan Singh has made a hobby of it.
Producer WASEEM MAHMOOD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Five personal views of maternity services in the 80s by Peter Huntingford
3: The Search for the Perfect Baby
All parents hope for a healthy baby. During pregnancy women are encouraged to give up smoking, eat the right food, avoid stress and attend ante-natal clinics. But can anyone, parent or doctor, influence the outcome? Director CATHERINE ROBINS Producer BRYN BROOKS
Book, £2.95 from booksellers
To Give it a Whirl
'The first lesson was setting; I was very good at it.'
Tom Vernon learns to sail, and looks at other people learning for pleasure - in evening classes, pigeon lofts and kendo clubs.
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS Directed by CHRIS LENT
Four programmes on the Youth Training Scheme in action
2: It Ain't What You Do.... This programme looks at what the Manpower Services Commission hopes trainees will get out of their training, even though they may not be able to keep the jobs in which they have been trained. Producer LAN WOOLF
Director JULIE CALLANAN For notes send 12 x 9 sae with 22p postage to I[address removed]
Five programmes on survival and success in small business
2: Training and Advice Director PAULA GILDER
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
Book. £ 4. 50 from booksellers
The Fame Islands
In the first of four live broadcasts, Tony Soper introduces Staple Island, and some of its principal inhabitants - kittiwakes, guillemots, puffins, razorbills, shags.
It is a busy and noisy scene, with tens of thousands of parent birds flying in with food to satisfy their raucous newly-hatched chicks.
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A series of five programmes examining the role of Members of Parliament 4: Who Calls the Tune To whom do MPs see themselves accountable?
Their constituents; their local parliamentary or national party; sponsors and pressure groups; themselves? Edmund Burke played by T. P. McKenna sets out the ground-rules.
MPs and ex-MPs taking part include Tony Benn Michael Cocks Michael Colvin Arthur Palmer and William Waldegrave. Consultant MALCOLM DAVIES
Directed by NICHOLAS METCALFE Produced by TONY ROBERTS
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
When Dr Beeching took his axe to the rural railway network few cuts were as savage, or as deeply resented, as that of the entire Somerset and Dorset system. Its staff took great pride in working this steeply graded line over the Mendip Hills, and a strong sense of family loyalty existed. Before it was all swept away in 1966 Bath enthusiast Ivo Peters recorded the railway on film. Director ANDREW JOHNSTON Producer DENNIS DICK
The Fame Islands
Staple Island is one of 15 Fame Islands (or 28 at low water): all windswept, treeless and uninhabited.
For 60 years the Fames have been run by the National Trust as one of the most important nature reserves in Europe. Peter Hawkey, warden of the Fame Islands, adds a personal note to Tony Soper 's description of Staple Island and its birdlife. BBC Bristol
(Birdwatch is back at 3.50pm)
Omnibus edition by Bill Lyons and Jim Hawkins.
The Twenty-Sixth Grave The Cartwrights become involved in a strange plan to prove the truth of a newspaper editor's accusation that a government official is guilty of corruption and murder. Written by STANLEY ROBERTS Directed by LEO PENN
The Fame Islands
Puffins, comical 'sea parrots' with brightly-coloured beaks, breed wherever the soil is deep enough for their burrows 17,000 pairs on the Fames, with the biggest colonies on Staple Island.
Guillemots and razorbills lay their single eggs on ledges of bare rock, especially on the Pinnacles on the south side of Staple. In this final daytime report, Tony Soper and Peter Hawkey also hope to show kittiwake, shag, cormorant and fulmar. BBC Bristol
(Birdwatch at sunset at 9.5 pm)
Edward Chapman You might expect a milkman's life to be quiet and uneventful. Unless, of course, he happens to be
Norman Pitkin , the only deliveryman in Mr Grimsdale 's small dairy. Norman Wisdom causes his usual brand of havoc as the milkman waging a war against the massed milk floats of Consolidated Dairies.
Screenplay by JACK DAVIES. NORMAN WISDOM EDDIE LESLIE and HENRY BLYTH Produced by HUGH STEWART Directed by ROBERT ASHER 0 FILMS: page 23
Woman in negligee:
Sir Roger's secretary:
by JAMES HILTON
Dramatised in six episodes by ALEXANDER BARON
3: Chips has met and married his Katherine and is blissfully happy. But when Katherine quarrels with Mrs Wickett , Chips finds himself caught between conflicting loyalties....
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director GARETH DAVIES * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Christ College Brecon
appeals on behalf of Sense, the charity devoted to working with children and young adults who are both deaf and blind.
Contributions to: Esther Rantzen c/o SENSE
You can also pledge money by telephone on [number removed]between 6.30 and 8.30 for this evening only.
with Jan Leeming Weather News
with Thora Hird
It's Father's Day, so tonight
Thora introduces hymns that have happy associations for families. She meets some people who really love hymns when she drops in for tea at a home for retired Salvation
Army officers; and, from her own home, Thora reads your letters and shares a few memories of her own.
Eternal Father (Melita); Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton); Glory to God in the highest; Lord
Jesus Christ (Living Lord); Fight the good fight (Duke Street); In heavenly love abiding (Penlan); Lord for tomorrow (Providence); How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (St Peter ); God is our strength and refuge (Dam Busters' March)
Director VALETTA STALLABRASS Producers
DAVID KREMER , ELIZABETH GORT
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An Australian drama series in three parts adapted from MARCUS CLARKE 'S classic adventure story starring
1: Richard Devine is disinherited and driven from his home when the secret of his true parentage is discovered. By a strange set of circumstances he is wrongly accused, under the name of 'Rufus Dawes ', of the murder of his real father and transported from England to Australia for the term of his natural life. Once a carefree adventurer, Dawes is gradually transformed into a tough, self-sufficient convict by the horrors of a penal system where injustice is piled upon injustice. Written and produced by WILTON SCHILLER and PATRICIA PAYNE
Directed by ROB STEWART (Part 2 next Sunday)
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The Reverend Mr North:
Lady Ellinor Devine:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
The Fame Islands
Outside broadcast cameras have been moved once again on Staple Island; this time - wind and weather permitting - to see sunset over
Bamburgh Castle on the Northumbrian mainland.
Also, with luck, puffins will be seen making their remarkable evening flight: masses of them flying in circles, wings whirring. Engineering manager GEOFF STAFFORD
Director PAUL APPLEBY Assistant producers
ROBIN PRYTHERCH , DAN FREEMAN Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
(On Wednesday: Birdwatch on Inner Fame)
with Esther Rantzen Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from the letters you send each week.
Reporters Bill Buckley Gavin Campbell Michael Groth and at the That's Life newsdesk Maev Alexander and John Gould
Director BOB MARSLAND
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor JOHN MORRELL
Last in the series with David Jessel At the heart of any experience we care about, disagree over, struggle through, lie complexities which sit uncomfortably in the black and white of news headlines.
As the main issues of the week develop, David Jessel looks for what matters, and considers the people and the passions, the prejudices and the principles - at the heart of the matter.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Series producer COLIN CAMERON
from The National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham featuring
The Blue Arrow Puissance
Once again the 'big red wall' is the centre of attraction in tonight's featured class and makes a fitting climax to the show, now in its second year at Birmingham.
Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON ALASTAIR SCOTT