6.45 The Combine Harvester
7.10 Metamorphism in the Italian Alps
7.35 An Ageing Population: Hospital
8.0 Biochemistry: The Ribosome
8.25 Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Chloe Ashcroft Brian Jameson and Stuart Bradley say Hello Again with songs, games and play ideas.
If all the world were paper What a strange world it would be
Musicians JONATHAN COHEN
DAVID MOSES , MARK EMERSON Story: A Waiting Game by SHIRLEY GERE
Director SHARON MILLER
Series producer ANNE GOBEY 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.
Last in the series
The Giant Killer
The young shepherd David is the one to fight and conquer the giant Goliath. Afterwards Chris, Joy and Gizmo follow David as he flees for his life from the jealous King Saul.
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 a viewer's home in Annan, Dumfriesshire, and is introduced by Gary Davies. Preacher Rabbi Lionel Blue Director MICHAEL A. SIMPSON Series producer ANGELA TILBY BBC Scotland
The Greater London
Enterprise Board is the executive arm of the GLC's industry and job creation strategy. Since its formation in 1982, the Board has created or presented some 3,000 jobs in London as a result of an E8.5 million investment in 186 enterprises.
Anita Aggarwal talks to Prem Sharma, the Investment Officer of GLEB.
Music is provided by Chirag c Pehchan who sing a modern Hindi song.
Producer BISH MEHAY n Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
The last of five personal views of maternity services in the 80s by Peter Huntingford
The New Relationship
Doctors usually attach far too much importance to pregnancy and birth. Birth is merely the first step in a relationship which is going to develop over the coming years. But going home and starting to get to know your baby can be an overwhelming experience.
Director CATHERINE ROBINS Producer BRYN BROOKS
Book, 92.95from booksellers
To Go to College
What's it like to be a mature student at college, poly or university? How do you get a grant? And how do you - and your family - adjust to the demands of full-time study? Assistant producer KATHERINE EVERETT
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS
The last of four programmes on the Youth Training Scheme in action
How Am I Doing?
The Youth Training Scheme has no accepted standard for assessing the progress of the trainees, and yet reviewing their progress is an essential element of the scheme.
How have trainers tackled this problem?
Producer IAN WOOLF
Director ROBERT ALBURY For notes send 12 x 9 sae with 22p postage to [address removed]
Five programmes on survival and success in small business 4: The Computer - Time-saver or Toy?
Director GEOFF GRIFFITHS
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
A magazine programme for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. The third of six monthly programmes of news, views and entertainment with sign language and subtitles. Introduced by Maggie Woolley and Clive Mason
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE
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 Weary Willies
Tension grips Virginia City as a group of Civil War leftovers make camp on the Ponderosa and the Cartwrights find themselves caught between the drifters and an unforgiving community. Written by ROBERT PIROSH Directed by LEO PENN
Omnibus edition by Gilly Fraser and Michael Robartes.
Theme music, Killin' Time, available on record, RESL 168, from retailers
in Tennis Chumps and Tee for Two
Raquel Welch with Bradford Dillman Nick Mancuso Montana, 1874. Forced to leave her Blackfoot tribe because she has killed to avenge her husband's death, an Indian woman wanders across the plains until she is taken prisoner by the Sioux. Fortunately, she is able to persuade them that her mother was a Sioux and a new life begins for Walks Far Woman....
The rich and colourful lifestyle of Indians still free to roam the hunting grounds of Montana and South Dakota makes a fascinating background to this story of a most unusual woman.
Screenplay by EVAN HUNTER based on the novel by COLIN STUART Produced by ROGER GIMBEL Directed by MEL DAMSKI
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Left Hand Bull:
Highlights of a two-day Air Fete at RAF Mildenhall, organised by the United States Air Force in the summer of 1984. The display includes the RAF 'Red Arrows', the USAF 'Thunderbirds', the Royal Navy 'Sharks' and a multitude of aircraft, both historic and modern.
With David Icke and Fern Britton, and Concorde captain John Hutchinson. Engineering co-ordinators
GEOFF HIGGS. MALCOLM HUNTER
Production RICK GARDNER
by JAMES HILTON
Dramatised in six episodes by ALEXANDER BARON
5: Chips has emerged victorious in his quarrel with the new headmaster. But now he must face a far greater threat to his tranquil life at Brookfield - the menacing shadows of war. Brookfield boys REPTON SCHOOL and CHRIST COLLEGE BRECON
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director GARETH DA VIES
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Sir John Rivers:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
Cliff Michelmore spends the next six Sundays travelling from a London town house to a cottage in the country via a room in a church and a flat by the shores of Lake Geneva, to meet some interesting people at home on Sunday.
They talk about their life and faith and some of their favourite religious music. This week he's in London with the actor Derek Nimmo , who is also a keen gardener with a rose named after him: 'Its description fits me entirely - a youthful bloom but inclined to mildew.'
Derek's choice of music includes the Parry anthem 'I was glad', and 'Summer suns are glowing'. It's sung in Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral, close to his childhood home.
Assistant producer FAY WOOLF Producer NOEL VINCENT
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
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The last part of an Australian drama series adapted from MARCUS CLARKE 'S classic adventure story starring
While John Rex is busy in England planning to usurp the name and inheritance of Richard Devine, Rufus Dawes puts all his efforts into making a daring escape from the penal settlement on Norfolk Island but finds
Lieutenant Frere one step ahead of him at every turn. Just when he is facing his blackest hour, an angel of mercy lends an unexpected hand....
Written and produced by WILTON SCHILLER and PATRICIA PAYNE
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The Rev Mr North:
Lady Ellinor Devine:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
with Esther Rantzen
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
Limits to Forgiveness
Forgiving doesn't come easily to many of us.
James Nelson 's father still hasn't forgiven him for murdering his mother 16 years ago, though the son himself is about to become a minister of the Church of Scotland.
Myra Hindley might well have repented in the solitude of her cell, but how many are prepared to believe her? This week Choices asks whether there are limits to forgiveness. Why is it so difficult for us to differentiate between sinner and sin? And if we can't forgive others, how can we expect them to forgive us?
Director CHRISTOPHER MANN Producer JENNY MORGAN
Series producer JAMES MORGAN
A series of eight films on historic ships and maritime museums in Britain, written and presented by Anthony Burton.
Book £12.95 from booksellers
Free leaflet available by sending sae (220 x 110 mm) to [address removed]
The second of eight programmes
Ealing - Queen of the Suburbs In 1822 Ealing was a place in the country - a retreat for the gentry. The Tithe map of 1840 reveals a tollgate, an animal pound and an open-air lockup for vagabonds. Within 50 years it was a town, bustling with activity much as it is today. Fred Housego examines the records to find out what caused the change. Film editor HUGH TASMAN Producer BRYN BROOKS
Book £4.50 paperback, £8.95 hardback from booksellers
How do you find your way around the sky? It is not difficult; the constellation patterns are easy enough to make out.
Patrick Moore conducts what may be called a guided tour, explaining where to find the planets, the main stars, and the clusters and clouds of stars, as well as giving the latest news about astronomical events.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
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