6.45 Telecommunications: Teletext
7.10 Geology of the Red Sea
7.35 Injection Moulding
8.0 Genetics: Heterosis
8.25 Organosilicon Compounds
Brian Cant and Sarah Long say Hello Again with songs, games and play ideas.
'How many animals can you count?'
Musicians PAUL READE, BRIAN BROCKLEHURST
Story: A Duck Called Donald by JOHN M. A. LANE
Director JOHN M. A. LANE
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
John M. A.
John M. A.
Shireen Shah , Mike Amatt and Christopher Lillicrap with stories and songs about making the right choice. Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director CELIA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
The series for Sunday morning in which you are united with your fellow viewers in a simple service of prayer and fellowship. Worship comes from the home of a viewer in Rickmansworth,
Hertfordshire, and is introduced by Tony Phelan Television presentation SIMON HAMMOND
Series producer ANGELA TTLBY
Irfana Hussein came to this country on a short visit to see her relations. While over here, both her kidneys ceased to function. She was advised that a transplant was her only hope. Today's film report highlights the predicament faced by Irfana and other people visiting this country. In the studio a doctor and an insurance expert discuss the problems faced by overseas visitors, concerning medical treatment. Also a classical dance, performed by Jayashree of Calcutta Kalamandalam. Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBCPebbleMill
with Philip Wrixon and Dan Cherrington Producers
KEN POLLOCK. MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
for farmers IAN MCCASKILL
The Reluctant American
The management of a farm adjoining the Ponderosa is taken over by an Englishman, whose greenhorn ways are a source of amusement - until he accuses the Cartwrights of cattle rustling.
Written by STANLEY ROBERTS
Directed by Philip LEACOCK
Honey land; Goldilocks and the Three Bears MGM Cartoons
The Marlboro British Grand Prix from Silverstone
Live coverage of Britain's major motor sport occasion from the world's fastest circuit. With average speeds of 155 mph during tyre testing, this afternoon's 67-lap race should produce record Formula One performances.
Omnibus edition by Valerie Georgeson and Liane Aukin.
The series which revisits the years when rock, 'n' roll began, connecting the events with the music via newsreels, headlines, movies, broadcasts and rock performance footage.
The news-Fuchs and Hillary reach the South Pole,
Manchester United's plane crashes at Munich, de Gaulle comes out of retirement to lead France, Elvis goes into the army and Lady Docker is kicked out of Monaco.
The music-BUDDY HOLLY AND
THE CRICKETS, DANNY AND THE
JUNIORS, CHUCK BERRY , THE KALIN TWINS and CLIFF RICHARD.
Videotape editor DA VEJONES Research SUE GAGAN Producer ANN FREER
Presenter Nick Ross Each week Watchdog reporters - Dina Gold , Fran Morrison , Malcolm Wilson and Nicholas Woolley investigate cases of injustice, bureaucratic bungling and sharp practice. Consumer champion Lynn Faulds Wood reveals some of the hidden hazards of daily life.
Plus this week Bugwatch: the search begins for Britain's dirtiest public places.
Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY
Producers JAMIE DORAN. PAUL GIBBS STEVE PHELPS
VICTOR VAN AMERONGEN Editor LINO FERRARI
appeals on behalf of The Harmony Community Trust
Glebe House in Co Down,
Northern Ireland where both Protestant and Catholic children come to have fun, share experiences and ideas and above all realise that those on 'the other side' are just the same as themselves.
The aim of Glebe House is reconciliation between the two communities.
Gloria Hunniford , Harmony
Community Trust,[address removed]
Moira Stuart ; Weather News
Cliff Michelmore travels to
Nyon on Lake Geneva to meet Gwen Cashmore , a former missionary to Uganda at the time of General Amin, who now works for the World Council of Churches: 'Africa taught me, Africa converted me ... if I have any understanding of what it means to be members of each other in the body of Christ it comes out of that African experience.'
Gwen's choice of music is sung in Rye parish church by the RYE MADRIGALIA and ST
MARY'SCHOIR. Including Psalm 139, '0 thou who earnest from above', 'Were you there when they crucified my Lord?' and the summer carol.
Assistant producer FAY WOOLF OB director SIMON HAMMOND
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
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Presented by Esther Rantzen and Nick Ross
I don think I'm going to reach 21 at the moment. I've taken several overdoses just through feeling totally hopeless.
I just feel it's such a waste of a good life -he didn't deserve to end his life like that.
With the help of the largest survey into drug abuse in Britain; reports from home and abroad; a study of addicts, ex-addicts, users, their families and professionals; the reactions and response of the Government's 'Mini-
Cabinet' -Drugwatch asks what can, or should be, done about the present drugs crisis.
Two thousand users and families have written to
Drugwatch frankly and fully of their experience. Users started young-two-thirds of the survey began taking drugs before the age of 16-and the younger they started, the more likely they were to end up in serious trouble. But the good news of the survey is that over half the heroin addicts had kicked their habit, though practically all said it had changed their lives drastically.
Drugwatch tells how people start, how they get hooked and how some get off. But most important, it asks how can the tragedies and the waste be prevented. The message of the survey is clear: friends, not pushers, are at the core of Britain's drug problem. They are why and how people start. The hope for the future is that children can be taught to resist those pressures and have the choice to 'JUST SAY
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Producer RITCHIE COGAN
The address for further information is: 'Drugwatch,' BBCtv, London W128QT * FEATURE page 12
with Moira Stuart Weather News
by JOHN BOYLE
Ten-year-old Danny Brennan is asked by his teacher to find someone to care for a pigeon with a broken wing. He takes it to a breeder who promptly wrings its neck.
During the Easter service the miracle of the Resurrection is re-interpreted in the boy's mind and transferred to the Pigeon.
Music by JON TURNER
ScriPt editor MAGGIE ALLEN "esigner alex gourlay
Outside broadcast lighting JAMES MAIDEN
Produced by BOB MCINTOSH Directed by KENNY MCBAIN
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Firm but Fair?
Home Office minister David Waddington , mp calls British immigration laws 'firm but fair'. Many British citizens whose families are divided by these same laws disagree. What are the moral and humanitarian justifications for Britain's immigration policy? Are the laws we have likely to produce the harmonious society people say they want and need? Panel and audience are guided in discussion by barrister
Director CHRISTOPHER MANN Producer JENNY MORGAN
Series producer JAMES MURRAY
Written and presented by Anthony Burton
In the first of six films
Anthony Burton unravels some of the complicated threads in the world-wide story of cotton.
Film editor KEITH WILTON Producer MICHAEL GARROD
The fourth of eight films presented by Fred Housego Swavesey: The Rise and Fall of a Medieval Village Swavesey today is as ordinary a village as any. But if only you know what to look for there are plenty of clues to a rich and varied past. Film editor HUGH TASMAN
Producer BRYN BROOKS