Stuart Bradley , Sarah Long and Floella Benjamin say Hello Again
Musicians MICHAEL OMER
Story: In the Attic by HIAWYN ORAM Illustrated by SATOSHI KITAMURA
Director ROY MILANI
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Rediscovering Religious Belief
Why be Moral?
Does the practice of Christian life have much to do with the articles of faith?
John Bowker , the Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge, looks at the religious influences on our moral choices.
Director LEUA GUINERY-GREEN Producer DAVID CRAIG
Christ's new command is the theme for this first programme of the new year. It comes from a viewer's home in south London and is introduced by Tony Phelan. Director STEVE BENSON Producer DAVID CRAIG
The vichitre veena is a two-gourd fretless stringed instrument with deep tonal qualities and a very intricate method of playing. It is relatively unknown in the West. Ajit Singh, a leading exponent of the vichitre veena talks to Reginald Massey and plays 'Basant mukhari', a morning raga.
Producer YOUSUF AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Five programmes presented by Margaret Simonet Interview Training
Looking at some of the hidden patterns that recur in most job interviews. Consultant CEUA ROBERTS
Produced by JULIAN STENHOUSE (R)
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German. 12:Rothenburg and Dinkelsbiihl are two immaculately preserved medieval walled towns on the Romantische StraBe. To the visitor life may seem to have stood still, but people live and work here all the year round. Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Film director GILL BARNES
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
A series of 26 programmes
13: Klaus Roemer with news seen last Monday in central Germany from ZDF, and Chantal Cuer presents the highlights from Antenne 2 in Paris.
Director PHILIP DOLLING
Producer MONICA ESSLIN (R)
The Rocking Chair
Richard Blizzard finishes the series by making an oak rocking chair and he completes the patio pergola. Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RAMSDEN (R)
A weekly magazine with sign language and subtitles. Introduced by Maggie Woolley , Clive Mason and John Lee
Producer CHARLES PASCOE
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington
Leslie Cottington and Claire Powell Producers
KEN POLLOCK. MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
12.58 Weather News for farmers MICHAEL FISH
The Gold Plated Rifle
Jamie's first day at school looks like marking his last day on the Ponderosa when he rises to his classmates' challenge and 'borrows' Ben's most prized possession ... Written by PRESTON WOOD
Directed by JOSEPH PEVNEY (R)
by Bev Doyle and Peter Batt.
Introduced by Jimmy Hill Watford v Liverpool
Watford's exciting, direct style of football made them runners-up to Liverpool on their arrival in the Canon
League First Division in the 1982/3 season.
With Liverpool's polish and Watford's constant effort, the fixtures between these two clubs have usually led to plenty of goals, with Liverpool so far having the edge.
With the top of the table now sorting itself out,
Liverpool need a good result at Vicarage Road today to maintain their thrust for the Championship.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES Series producer
Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
by LEWIS CARROLL
A serial in four parts
2: 'We're all mad here. I'm mad. You're mad.'
'How do you know I'm mad?' 'You must be, or you wouldn't have come here.'
Pat Guinea-pig. JAMES BERWICK Bill Lizard ............STUART FELL Robin SIMON WILLIAMSON
DUCk JILL GOLDSTON Monkey ........FRANK MCGREGOR Frog ................STEPHANIE SIMM Father William
Father William's son. IAN GANT Fish footman ........JOHN BAKER
Cook......................FREDA DOWIE On the Picnic
Lewis Carroll. ..DAVID LEONARD Alice 's sisters.........ALISON NEIL
SARAH JANE CURRAN
Duckworth PHILIP TREWINNARD
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH
Models and visual effects designer MIKE KELT Designers
KENNETH SHARP. JOHN BRISTOW Producer TERRANCE DICKS Dramatised and directed by BARRY LETTS
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the White Rabbit:
the Cheshire Cat:
A ten-part natural history of Britain and Ireland
Presented by Julian Pettifer 2: Streams of Life
Leaping salmon return every year to our lakes and rivers that after the Ice Age became the lifeblood of a reawakened landscape. Today the lochs of Scotland are home to rare black-throated divers and Slavonian grebes; in the mountain streams dippers brave the torrents that mark the end of winter.
Downstream shoal dace and minnow, shadowed by the skulking pike and predatory water scorpion. In lush beds of reed the secretive water rail, booming bittern and musical bearded reedling find shelter.
From its source a river carves a richly varied course before mingling with the sea where its salmon wait to return..... Photography ANDREW ANDERSON MIKE HERD, MIKE POTTS
Film editor PETER HEELEY
Music by EDWARD WILLIAMS Produced by ROGER R. JONES Executive producer PETER CRAWFORD BBC Bristol
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A practical guide in six parts to healthy eating presented by Liza Goddard 2: Go with the Grain
There's a whole range of healthy food that's delicious, filling, cheap, nutritious and even helps us stay slim - and you don't have to go to a health food shop to find it. Best of all it's full of fibre: essential to our health and well-being.
Production ANNA JACKSON
SALLY KIRKWOOD , ANNE LAKING and PAUL SIMONS
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Jan Leeming ; Weather News
Ian Gall takes a nostalgic look back to early summer, when he visited one of south Cornwall's loveliest towns, and sampled the charms of Looe and Polperro.
On his travels, he met Susan Evans who, 20 years ago, was paralysed by a severe form of arthritis. She explains how she came to terms with her handicap and developed a gift for painting wild flowers. And he visited the home of Cyrus Tamblyn , who at 101 believes he knows the secret of long and healthy living.
And can it be? (Sagina); Seek ye first the kingdom of God; Praise to the holiest in the height (Gerontius):
Jesus is Lord; 0 love that will not let me go (St Margaret): At the name of Jesus (Camberwell); Abide with me (Eventide); Jesus comes with clouds descending (Helmsley) Conductor ROY WILTON Organists
DONALD LITTLE. FRED SAUNDERS Researcher FAY WOOLF Producer ERNEST REA
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Bristol
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by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT featuring
Sqn Ldr Clive Dempster , DFC Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1960 Who Killed Mr Partridge? Following the discovery of Mr Partridge's dead body in the swimming pool, the Entertainments Staff are forced to ask themselves
Designer ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY Produced and directed by DAVID CROFT
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The Webb Twins
An eight-part serial by PAUL WHEELER starring
1: Dublin born orphan
Margaret Kelly was brought up by her Aunt Mary in Liverpool during the slump years of the 1920s. A sickly child, she was encouraged by her doctor to take up dancing lessons to strengthen her limbs. She discovers she has a natural aptitude for dancing and is soon employed by a Scottish touring group called 'The Hot Jocks'. A chance meeting with another dancer offers the prospect of more demanding work, but Margaret soon learns that a price must be paid for success in life ...
Title and incidental music by ILONA SEKACZ
Choreographer ANTHONY VAN LAAST Costume designer VERITY LEWIS Designer CHRIS PEMSEL
Executive producer RICHARD BATES Produced by BRIAN spiby
Directed by MOIRA ARMSTRONG
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A series of 22 programmes with Magnus Magnusson
Mastermind is back with an extended series. This time, 64 hopeful contenders set out to see who can become
Mastermind 1986. This 14th season opens tonight at the University of St Andrews when the first four of the contenders from Scotland meet to decide who wins the first place in the semi-finals. David Campbell-Suttie (retired executive) Jazz, 1910-1927
Thomas Kirkpatrick (head chef)
The life and work of Auguste Escoffier 1846-1935 Brian Miller
The history of World Cup football, 1930-1982 Ivor Cooksey
(retired company director) Exploration of the Arctic, c 1550-1909
Lighting DENNIS BUTCHER
Asstistant producer MARY CRAIG Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer PETER MASSEY
with Jan Leeming Weather News
with Esther Rantzen
'The little geezer in the head.... with the hammer'. And he's always there, says one of the addicts in tonight's programme.
Last July Drugwatch tackled the problem of Britain's growing addiction to drugs, and how that trend might be halted or even reversed.
Tonight some of those who took part - 20 addicts, ex-addicts and parents - come together again and open their lives in the hope of helping others understand and cope with the commonplace mystery of drug addiction.
Why they started, when it hit them that they were hooked, how their parents reacted, how they struggled with failure and success and, most significantly, where they reached their personal crossroads of change.
'Seeing the life come back to my parents' eyes ... was almost like having my first fix'
RITCHIE COGAN. ANNE WEBBER
The Drugwatch helplines are open from 10.15 pm to 12.15 am tonight and from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm tomorrow London: [number removed]
Glasgow: [number removed]
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The Tale of a Warrior
'Killing another human being is beyond description. Each time it's like killing a little bit of yourself.'
James R. Jarrett survived a violent upbringing, and later the war in Vietnam. Survival is now his business. He runs the Phoenix Firearms
Training Centre in Arizona. The courses Jarrett offers prepare his clients to meet their own worst fears - in mock ambushes, muggings and raids. And there's a philosophy to go with the training: 'Survival requires no apology'. Jarrett has come to believe there is a stark choice between trust and survival. He has made his choice, and has adopted a personal creed to match: 'I do believe in God, but I really don't think he gives a damn about us'. Photography
Director JON BANG CARLSEN
Produced by EBBE PREISLER FILM/TV Series producer DANIEL WOLF
A series of eight programmes with David Bellamy
What is it that allows a tree not only to carry water more than 200ft up to the crown of a giant redwood, but also puts the remarkable pattern into you dining room table? David Bellamy reveals the true beauty of wood.
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World Professional Darts Championship from the Lakeside Country Club, Camberley
TONY GUBBA introduces the highlights of tonight's final, recorded earlier this evening.