6.45 Teaching by Telephone
7.10 Geophysics of the Red Sea
7.35 Recycling Domestic Refuse
8.0 Molecular Evolution
8.25 Fast Reactor Fuel Reprocessing
Fraser Wilson , Kate Copstick and Don Spencer say Hello Again with songs, games and play ideas. Listen to the Ocean
Echoes of a million seashells Musicians JONATHAN COHEN
WILL HILL. PHIL TODD
Story: Clams Can't Sing by JAMES STEVENSON Director MARTIN FISHER Producer SUE PETO
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Christopher Lillicrap and Tariq Yunus with stories and songs about accepting other people's beliefs.
Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director CELLA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
The series in which you are united with your fellow viewers in a simple service of prayer and fellowship.
Today's worship comes from the home of a viewer in Birmingham, and is introduced by Ann Easter.
The speaker is Lord Coggan. TV presentation MICHAEL SHOESMITH Series producer ANGELA TILBY BBC Pebble Mill
Today's programme includes a Bengali song by Alaur Rahman, a duet by Rajkumar and Indrani Rizvi, and a Kathakali dance drama by artists of Calcutta Kalamandalam.
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Pebble Mill
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington
Leslie Cottington and Claire Powell Producers
KEN POLLOCK. MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Shadow of a Hero
An ex-army General and friend of the Cartwrights is encouraged to run for State
Governor. But his reputation is threatened when a journalist casts light on his conduct towards the Indians. Written by JOHN HAWKINS and B. W. SANDEFUR Directed by LEO PENN (R)
Omnibus edition by Gilly Fraser and Tony McHale.
Missouri, 1843. A wagon train of pioneers sets off on the hazardous Oregon trail, led by the ruthless Senator Tadlock, who is obsessed by the vision of the new city he plans to build. Most of the pioneers are settlers looking for land to farm but among them are young people in search of adventure and romance, occupations of which Tadlock strongly disapproves.
Screenplay by BEN MADDOW and MITCH UNDEMANN based on the novel by A. B GUTHRIE JR
Produced by HAROLD HECHT
Directed by ANDREW V. MCLAGLEN
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Senator William J Tadlock:
This week: Winchester
Arthur Negus is joined by a team of Britain's leading experts from the world of art and antiques. The show takes to the road to meet the public informally and discuss treasured possessions brought along for assessment.
The series of 16 programmes is presented by Hugh Scully. Each programme is a fascinating record of a day full of excitement and surprises as people discover the truth about objects that have, sometimes, been gathering dust for years. Director ROY CHAPMAN Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol (R)
Nick Ross and the Watchdog team report on the stories you have said you want investigated. Each week reporters Dina Gold , Fran Morrison , Malcolm Wilson and Nicholas Woolley uncover cases of injustice, bureaucratic bungling and sharp practice on your behalf. Consumer champion
Lynn Faulds Wood reveals some of the tricks of the trade that could catch the unwary consumer. Plus this week
Watch Out as more so-called experts are put to the test. Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY Producers
TIM CLARK. JULIA MCLAREN VICTOR VAN AMERONGEN Editor LINO FERRARI
Eight programmes on letter-writing with scenes written by SUE TOWNSEND
3: Just a Note
Notes to teacher, written in the morning rush - notes to the milkman - all have to carry their message clearly. Graphic designer ANNE SMITH
Assistant producer STEPHEN MOSS Producer SALLY KIRKWOOD
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with Jan Leeming Weather News
from The Greenbelt Festival Last weekend some 25,000 young people and families came together to camp in the grounds of Castle Ashby in Northamptonshire. They were attending Europe's largest Christian music and arts festival.
Sally Magnusson went along to taste the excitement of the main stage performances and share this unique blend of music, worship, celebration and study. She met Bishop David Sheppard , one of the speakers, young people drawn to the festival and some of the gospel music stars taking part.
Songs of Praise includes traditional hymns from the open-air Communion Service, the best in gospel music from John Michael Talbot and Martyn Joseph , and songs from groups drawn from the Iona and Taize communities. Engineering manager JOHN LIVINGSTONE
Sound BARRIE HAWES
Director SIMON HAMMOND Producer ELIZABETH GORT
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A six-part comedy series by Roy Clarke
Starring Ronnie Barker and David Jason with Lynda Baron
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Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
A serial in 13 parts devised by Gerard Glaister and Allan Prior
Episode 1 written by Jill Hyem
'I'm sorry, Jan ... It may be selfish, but I intend to spend the rest of my working life doing something I want to do.'
Title music Simon May and Leslie Osborne Film cameraman John Kenway Designer Myles Lang Script editor John Brason Director Pennant Roberts Producer Gerard Glaister
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Living with Uncle Sam
A series of ten films in which Alan Whicker talks to a wide range of enterprising Brits who've gone to live and work in the USA, and discovers what it's like to be living inside America, looking out. 1: / Thought I'd Put Myself up for Sheriff....
David Harvey is a cowboy, working high in the Colorado Rockies; until four years ago he was with the Metropolitan Mounted Police and living at Parsons Green in London.
Peter Vanson, also once with the London police, is still a policeman - on patrol in Watts, one of the most dangerous areas in the USA. A few hundred miles south in San Diego, lives
Vikram Khalsa - once Victor Briggs , lead guitar of the Animals. He is now a Sikh and a plumber, and sings a different song ... Ken Crutchlow , an East
Ender who was labelled a 'smart alec' at school, travelled round the world before settling in the wine country north of San
Francisco, where he imports old London taxis and sells them as toys ...
Research DEBORAH ISAACS Film cameraman MIKE FOX
Sound recordist KEITH RODGERSON Film editor [AN PITCH
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL BBC Bristol
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A six-part comedy series by Johnny Speight
Starring Warren Mitchell and Dandy Nichols
Alf Garnett has not mellowed with the years and is as bigoted as ever. The Garnetts are now living in a council maisonette, near West Ham football ground, but Alf's lot is not made easy by having to push Else, who has rheumatoid arthritis, around in a wheelchair.
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Man in neck brace:
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Jan Leeming ; Weather News
The first of six programmes with David Jessel
At the beginning of the summer, an event at a hot airport in the Middle East triggered the formal declaration of a world war.
The event was the hijack of a TWA airliner; and the war declared by the Western World was against international terrorism.
At the heart of the matter is the dilemma of democracies exasperated by terror; if we cannot yield to it, cannot live with it, and must fight fire with fire. how far in that conflagration are we prepared to sacrifice that compassion, that caution, those humanitarian values which, in this vulnerable civilisation, are both its strength and its weakness?
The First Ten Years with John Alderton
Pauline Collins , Donald Gee Bob Hoskins , Polly James and Andrew Sachs
Since the British Adult
Literacy Campaign started in 1975 over 350,000 people have come forward for help with reading, writing or spelling. This year marks the tenth anniversary of both that campaign and of the first showing of On the Move, the award-winning television series that accompanied it.
Today's programme includes highlights from the television series, and looks at how the scheme is operating today at a college in east London. Narrated by Ray Brooks Film editor GUY CROSSMAN
Produced by JULIAN STENHOUSE
(Shownagainon Wednesday at 1.45pm) Adults wanting help with reading, writing or spelling can ring
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The last of eight programmes Presented by Fred Housego Reading the Landscape
Christopher Taylor and Fred Housego discover that if you know what to look for the landscape of Britain conceals many clues to a rich past. Film editor HUGH TASMAN
Producer BRYN BROOKS (R)
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