6.45 Living with Death
7.10 Corrosion Prevention on Oil Rigs
7.35 An Ageing Population: Rehabilitation
8.0 Biochemistry: Nerve Impulses
8.25 Chemistry: Ferrocene
Carol Chell and Andy Secombe say Hello Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Faraway places with strange-sounding names,
Faraway over the seas
Musician JONATHAN COHEN
Story: Winston and the 4th July by SHARON MILLER
Director SHARON MILLER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Mike Amatt and Tony Osoba with stories and songs about finding what you thought you'd lost.
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 act of worship.
Prayers come from the home of a viewer in Stoke-on-Trent and are introduced by Gary Davies
Television presentation VALETTA STALLABRASS
Series producer ANGELA TILBY
Kaleem Janjua , community arts worker in east London's Theatre Royal, Stratford, hopes to develop closer links between the theatre and residents of the area, which now has a large number of Asians.
Kaleem explains his aims and objectives and joins some students from a local school working on a play Divide and Rule.
Chirag Pehchan entertains with a modem Hindi song. Producer BISH MEHAY
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
A magazine programme for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. The fourth of six monthly programmes of news, views and entertainment with sign language and subtitles. Competitors from 33 countries were in Los
Angeles for the XV World Games for the Deaf.
Maggie Woolley was with the British team and reports on the games.
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with Philip Wrixon and Dan Cherrington Producers
KEN POLLOCK. MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
A Deck of Aces
There's double trouble at the Ponderosa when a swindler uses his uncanny resemblance to Ben to set up a fraudulent land deal. Written by STANLEY ROBERTS
Directed by LEWIS ALLEN
Omnibus edition by Rosemary Mason and Michael Robartes.
Starring Doris Day, Brian Keith
Abby McClure is perfectly content with her life as a widow, running a lumberyard witn the help of her three sons. Her sister Maxine, however, is convinced that
Abby needs another husband and introduces her to Jake Iverson, a widower with a teenage daughter. Against all the odds, Abby and Jake do form a romantic attachment - but their children are determined to thwart any attempt to merge the two families.
Screenplay by GWEN BAGNI, PAUL DUBOV, HARVEY BULLOCK and R S. ALLEN
Produced by MARTIN MELCHER Directed by HOWARD MORRIS
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Chicken truck driver:
Chris Serle and Concorde captain John Hutchinson guide you through the highlights of this
International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford. The displays range from the awesome SR71 Blackbird to the diminutive Cri Cris; and from the inverted helicopter flying of the Bolkow BO/105 to the extraordinary refuelling of the giant King Jolly helicopter. Chris and John join a capacity crowd to witness a holiday weekend of exacting flying and air-to-air refuelling. The highlight of the programme is the first ever public formation of the Red Arrows and Concorde. Engineering co-ordinators GEOFF HIGGS. JOHN WILSON Production RICK GARDNER
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 - Castro takes over in Cuba, agreement is reached in Cyprus, the Dalai Lama flees Tibet, American monkeys go into space and Operation Noah saves thousands of African animals from drowning.
The music - RUSS CONWAY
EDDIE COCHRAN , BILLY FURY
RAY CHARLES , CLIFF RICHARD and CONNIE FRANCIS
Videotape editor DAVE JONES
Research david Sinclair Producer ANN FREER
Nick Ross presents the new consumer magazine which relies on you to tell us your stories. Each week Watchdog reporters - Dina Gold , Fran Morrison , Malcolm Wilson and Nicholas Woolley investigate cases of injustice, bureaucratic bungling and sharp practice on your behalf. Consumer champion
Lynn Faulds Wood reveals some of the hidden hazards of daily life. Plus this week - Junior Watchdog - a chance for Britain's youngsters to investigate their own cases of unfair treatment.
Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY
Producers PAUL GIBBS , STEVE PHELPS VICTOR VAN AMERONGEN Editor UNO FERRARI
Jan Leeming ; Weather News
Jonathon Porritt , the environmentalist, welcomes Cliff Michelmore to his home in north London. Jonathon was born to a life of privilege as the son of a Governor
General of New Zealand, but decided to become a campaigner. He talks to Cliff about his life at Eton, working as a jackaroo in Australia and his decision to lead the Friends of the Earth: 'I'm an unashamed idealist. I genuinely do believe there are better ways of living than we live now and I think it's important we find ways of moving towards them.'
His choice of music is sung by the choir of his old college,
Magdalen, Oxford, conducted by DR JOHN HARPER. It includes 'God be in my head', 'My song is love unknown', Psalm 23 and 'Jerusalem'. Assistant producer FAY WOOLF OB director STEPHEN CHILVER
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Richard Benjamin Paula Prentiss
Smog, muggings and green slime coming up through the bathtub convince Gary and Diana Webber that the time has come to leave Los
Angeles and get back to nature. What they find when they get there makes LA seem normal by comparison. The survival of the fittest takes on a whole new meaning in this hilarious comedy of man's eternal struggle with the elements - and his neighbours!
Written and produced by DONALD REIKER. PATRICIA JONES Directed by JUD TAYLOR
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Motor home driver:
Gas station attendant:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
by JOHN BOWEN starring
Emma Piper and Clive Wood with Rosemary Martin Barbara Lott
Denys Hawthorne and Jesse Birdsall
Tim and Sally have been living together for quite some time, but when, by chance, Sally becomes pregnant, it occurs to them that they might get married. But what about the wedding? And the wedding reception? And, above all, what about the honeymoon ... ?
Studio lighting CEDRIC RICH
Film cameraman PETER HALL Designer GERRY SCOTT
Producer ALAN SHALLCROSS Director DAVTD TUCKER * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Gavin da Silva:
Is There Anybody There?
From university cloister to high-street club, one question is debated incessantly. It's a choice that you might think hi-tech man had long ago made and forgotten about. Yet each generation begins the debate again, because everyone perceives one thing for certain: that there is much about existence that is not known. The question is none other than the existence and nature of God. Did God create man? Or did man create God? Everyone has to decide.
Choices gathers some of the best brains in the field to see where the frontiers of the debate are now set.
Studio director SIMON HAMMOND Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN
Series producer JAMES MURRAY
Written and presented by Anthony Burton
Women and Children First
In Britain the rush was on to produce more cotton. First came the need to spin faster. The spinning jenny replaced the wheel and then came the mule. But how did these and other inventions affect the lives of people in the industry?
Film editor KEITH WILTON Producer MICHAEL GARROD
Book £10.95 from booksellers
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Infra-Red at Siding Spring Infra-red radiation, often termed 'heat', is an important part of the total range of wavelengths now being studied by astronomers.
Striking results have been obtained at the Siding Spring Observatory in Australia. In this programme Patrick Moore talks to
Dr David Allen from Siding Spring and shows some of the spectacular new pictures. Producer PIETER MORPURGO