6.45 Data on Cars
7.10 Materials: An Eye for An Eye
7.35 Control of Technology: China
8.0 Biochemistry: Immunology
8.25 Chemistry: Nitrogen Fixation
Stuart McGugan and Liz Watts say Hello Again with songs, games and play ideas.
'Which cats do people like?' Musicians
PAUL READE. ALAN GRAHAME Story: A Cat's Tale by rikki CATE
Illustrated by SHIRLEY HUGHES Director MARTIN FISHER
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Sara Sugarman Adrian Dunbar and Bryan Murray with stories and songs about positive thinking.
Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director CELIA 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 Aberfan, South Wales and is introduced by Brian Morris. The speaker is
Dr Anne Delahunty.
TV presentation DAFYDD OWEN Series producer ANGELA TILBY BBC Wales
Continuing the series of Sab Ras - a musical compilation of songs.
Today, in the sixth in the series, Lata Mangeshkar sings a film song, Asad
Amanat Ali Khan a semi-classical thumri, Sharon a modern song, also ghazals from Ravi Ananth and Leela Ghosh.
An Asian Unit presentation BBCPebbleMill
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington Leslie Cottington and Claire Powell Producers
KEN POLLOCK. MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
for farmers BILL GILES
The Cartwrights shelter a young unwed mother who returns to Virginia City only to face rejection by her unforgiving father. A reconciliation looks impossible, but then the girl reveals a tragic secret.... Written and directed by MICHAEL LANDON (R)
Omnibus edition by Rosemary Mason and Billy Hamon.
'She's allowed to hate me 'cos I drink and shout, but you, you come off as God's gift to daddyhood, that it?'
John Wayne Lana Turner
At the outbreak of the Second World War,
Karl Ehrlich , captain of a German freighter, finds himself trapped in Sydney Harbour. In spite of his anti-Nazi sentiments,
Ehrlich is determined to get his ship and crew to the neutral port of Valparaiso. The sea chase to avoid capture begins ...
Screenplay by JAMES WARNER BELLAH
From the novel by ANDREW GEAR Produced and directed by JOHN FARROW
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Cadet Walter Stemme:
This week: Lancaster
Arthur Negus and a team of Britain's leading experts from the world of art and antiques continue on the road. They meet the public informally and discuss treasured possessions brought along for assessment.
Presented by Hugh Scully Director ROY CHAPMAN Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol (R)
Will you take up my complaint against....
Nick Ross and the Watchdog team report on the stories you want investigated. Each week reporters
Dina Gold , Fran Morrison , Malcolm Wilson and Nicholas Woolley set out to uncover cases of sharp practice, bureaucratic bungling and injustice.
Consumer champion Lynn Faulds Wood reveals some more of the hidden hazards of daily life.
Plus this week Watch Out as more experts are put to the test.
Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY
Producers GERALDINE MCCLELLAND PAUL GIBBS. VICTOR VAN AMERONGEN Editor LINO FERRARI
A series on letter-writing with scenes written by SUE TOWNSEND
4: Apply in Writing
The letter that accompanies a job application is the first step to an interview, and first impressions count, so take time and trouble.
Graphic design ANNE SMITH
Assistant producer STEPHEN MOSS Producer SALLY KIRKWOOD
Accompanying pack from: [address removed] Send your address and three first class stamps.
appeals on behalf of the National Trust Lake District Landscape Fund. The
National Trust has been protecting a quarter of the Lake District for 100 years. But all is not well.
Thousands of visitors each year put so much pressure on the fast deteriorating landscape that the Trust desperately needs funds to restore and maintain the magnificence of this beautiful area, loved by so many people.
Chris Bonington ,
Lake District Landscape Fund,
with Jan Leeming Weather News
from Gorleston, Great Yarmouth
Cliff Michelmore visits one of East Anglia's most popular resort towns to sample the fun of the seaside. He meets Bob Green , a retired herring fisherman with a remarkable story to tell.
The Rev Rosemary Wakelin explains what was unique about her ordination last year and Cliff also encounters
Anthony Green 's pet python. Holidaymakers and townsfolk gather by the sea to sing their favourite hymns accompanied by the local SALVATION ARMY BAND.
Christ is the world's light (Christe Sanctorum); Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita); Souls of men (Cross of Jesus); Colours of day; Come we that love the Lord (St Michael): 0 worship the King (Hanover); When I survey the wondrous cross
(Rockingham); Name of all majesty (Majestas).
Conductor JOHN ROPER Assistant producer
LELIA GUINERY GREEN
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
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by Roy Clarke
Starring Ronnie Barker and David Jason
with Lynda Baron
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
A serial in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR starring
Episode 2 written by JILL HYEM
'Once he's paid his entrance fee, I've got him by the short and curlies. He can't outvote the two of us, can he?'
Title music SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE
Film cameraman JOHN KENWAY Designer MYLES
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 have gone to live and work in the USA.
2: You're a Well-Balanced Girl from Maida Vale ... Joan Collins is an international phenomenon. She tells Whicker about her life and work in Los Angeles, and about her role as Alexis in Dynasty.
Jane Deknatel , a real-life Alexis, produces her own films and talks with passion and yet with a certain sadness about the changing role of women in American society. Mike London is a professional poker-player in Las Vegas. He clears 60,000 dollars a year - 'Americans love beating the British' he says - 'they've never forgiven us for the colonies!' Rachel, Jill and Suzanne are dancers at one of Vegas's vast casino-hotel's shows. They love
America - 'but we're not here for the men!' Just along the strip a former GI bride from
Coventry, Mavis Okerlund , is Marriage Director at the Little Church of the West, the ultimate in assembly-line weddings. One client has been back 11 times.
Research DEBORAH ISAACS Film cameraman MIKE FOX
Sound recordist KEITH RODGERSON Film editor LIZ THOYTS
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL BBC Bristol
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by JOHNNY SPEIGHT starring
Warren Mitchell and Dandy Nichols
Opticians are the focus of Alf attention this week.
Also in the firing line are yer Fleet Street and yer Church, but he meets his match outside a ladies loo.
Designer GRAHAM LOUGH Produced and directed by ROGER RACE
Woman in loo:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
with David Jessel
Love is All You Need?
In the 1960s, thousands of white families adopted or fostered black children from local-authority care. For many it was their way of showing their personal commitment to a multi-racial society. In the 1980s, black activists say 'transracial' adoption should stop. The final indignity for the black community is to lose their children to white homes and white values. This week Heart of the Matter asks whether our assumptions about what constitutes a multi-racial society can fit with the reality of race relations in Britain today. Film editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL Producer JOHN FORSYTH
The first of five programmes Shaping Glass
Molten glass is a bizarre material - a thick syrup, easily shaped into all sorts of weird and wonderful designs. From psychedelic Egyptian jars to new power cells, glass has been shaped for 4,500 years.
Series producer BRIGIT BARRY Film editor JOHN DINWOODIE Producer PAUL SIMONS
To obtain a copy of the 'Glass' reference booklet which accompanies the series, send an A4 stamped addressed envelope to: [address removed]0 HELPLINES: page 77
Five programmes on the history of mass education in England and Wales. 1: Machinery
Popular education grew out of the Industrial Revolution. The elementary schools were themselves like factories. Mechanical routines; mechanical learning; mechanical obedience - this is what was produced by the educational machinery of the 19th century.
Narrated by Alan Dobie Written and produced by ROGER OWEN
The Computerised Amateur Many amateur astronomers have large telescopes but Ron Arbour 's observatory, near Winchester, is exceptional; his 16-inch reflector is computer controlled and is programmed to hunt automatically for stellar explosions far across the universe. Patrick Moore visits the observatory to talk to Ron Arbour about his telescope and about his plans for photographing Halley's
Comet later this year; during the programme he attempts to get a photograph of the comet specially for The Sky at Night.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO