Elizabeth Watts and Ben Thomas say Hallo Again Musicians
MICHAEL OMER , PETER HOWLAND Director SHEILA FRASER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Rediscovering Religious Belief
14: By Whose Authority?
Agreement about the facts does not involve an agreed course of action.
John Bowker looks at the conflicting instructions to be found in the Bible and asks whose authority can guide us as we make moral decisions. Director LELIA GUINERY-GREEN Producer DAVID CRAIG
Today's theme is The
Authority of Christ and the service is introduced by Margaret Collingwood from the home of a viewer in Wiveliscombe in Somerset. Director ERNEST REA
Series producer DAVID CRAIG BBC Bristol
There are many Asians who still have difficulties with the English language. Today's programme takes a look at what local authorities, hospitals and other organisations are currently doing to deal with this situation. Abida Parveen sings a ghazal by Faiz. Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Five programmes, presented by Dr David Pendleton 4: Doctors and Patients Film editor ROLAND TONGUE Producer JENNY STEVENS (R)
The 14th of 20 programmes This second programme about Bamberg shows the uneasy compromise between people and cars, town and country and the effect of exhaust fumes and acid rain on the forests. Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Film director GILL BARNES
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
The 15th of 26 programmes with Klaus Roemer and Chantal Cuer Director PHILIP DOLLING
Producer MONICA ESSLIN
An eight-part parents' guide to secondary education 1: Choosing a School
Huge changes are taking place in secondary education - how will they affect you?
For example, you can express a preference for a school, but how do you decide which one's best? Beverly Anderson - parent and ex-head teacher - seeks out the best practical advice on assessing schools, and some Essex parents describe their fight to get the schools of their choice for their children.
Producer JOHN BROOKE
Director BARRY TOMAUN (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
with David Dimbleby
Starting with News Summary The weekly look at what matters in politics. 'My aim,' says David Dimbleby , 'is to get at the truth behind the contentious issues of the moment through reasoned discussion with those at the heart of events.'
Producers PHILIP CAMPBELL
COLIN MARTIN and ELLIE UPDALE Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY Editor PAUL NORRIS
by ROSEMARY MASON and MICHAEL ROBARTES Producer JULIA SMITH
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The Benson and Hedges
Cliff Thorburn v Joe Johnson Cliff Thorburn , the Masters champion, plays the first match in the defence of his title against Joe Johnson , who so nearly beat him earlier this month.
DAVID ICKE introduces the best of nine frames from the Wembley Conference Centre. Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CUVE EVERTON Summarisers
JIM MEADOWCROFT , JOHN VIRGO Producers
KEITH MACKENZIE , ALAN GRIFFITHS Executive producer NICK HUNTER
by LEWIS CARROLL
The last of four parts withand
'Where shall I begin, please your Majesty?'
'Begin at the beginning, and go on till you come to the end; then stop'
On the Picnic
Choreography GERALDINE STEPHENSON
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH
Costume designer JOHN PEACOCK
Designers KENNETH SHARP, JOHN BRISTOW Producer TERRANCE DICKS Dramatised and directed by BARRY LETTS
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the White Rabbit:
the Mock Turtle:
the Mad Hatter:
the March Hare:
the Queen of Hearts:
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Knave of Hearts:
A ten-part natural history of Britain and Ireland
Presented by Julian Pettifer 4: Island Waters
The seas surrounding the British Isles are their greatest untouched wilderness. They have a natural history as fascinating as the land.
Beneath the surface lies a mysterious world that teems with wildlife.
From the cold waters of Shetland and the Fame Islands, home to great colonies of puffins and guillemots that fly underwater in pursuit of shoaling fish, to the warm blue Atlantic that bathes our south-western shores, this underwater voyage of exploration travels into the colourful world of corals and sea-slugs and the secret domain of the octopus. Photography
JEFF GOODMAN , RODGER JACKMAN Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE Music by EDWARD WILLIAMS Produced by PAUL REDDISH Executive producer PETER CRAWFORD BBC Bristol
A practical guide to healthy eating in six parts
Presented by Liza Goddard 4: Sweet Nothing
Indulging the national sweet tooth means no teeth at all for one in four people over the age of 16. Sugar gives nothing needed for a healthy life, but breaking the habit isn't easy, especially when so much sugar is hidden in manufactured foods. Prouction ANNA JACKSON
SALLY KIRKWOOD , ANNE LAKING
Jan Leeming ; Weather News
Crieff is a small country town straddling the broad valley of the River Earn in Perthshire. It is a popular holiday centre, as Roger Royle discovers when he meets the managing director of the Crieff Hydro. The beauty of the landscape is reflected in the hymn 'We praise thee, Lord', written by a local musician, Ron Gonnella , for the primary school children. Roger joins the congregation in St Michael's Parish Church 0 for a thousand tongues to sing (Lyngham); We praise thee. Lord (Stratheam): 'Tis winter now (0
Waly Waly); 0 Lord, my God, when I in awesome wonder; Behold the amazing gift of love (Newington); Help us accept each other: 0 love that wilt not let me go (St Margaret); Now thank we all our God (Nun danket)
Conductor ALISON B. HUNTER Organist PHIL STUTTARD
Researcher KERENA MARCHANT Producer MICHAEL A. SIMPSON
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Scotland
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by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT featuring and , DFC Guest Kenneth Connor as Uncle Sammy A Lack of Punch
Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1960: Joe Maplin announces that the staff are to perform in short plays written by his girlfriend. Ted, unhappy at these new arrangements, hatches other plans....
Designer ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY Directed by DAVID CROFT and ROBIN CARR
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Sqn Ldr Clive Dempster:
The third of an eight-part serial by PAUL WHEELER starring
Title and incidental music by ILONA SEKACZ
Choreographer ANTHONY VAN LAAST Make-up designer
CHRISTINE WALMESLEY-COTHAM Designer CHRIS PEMSEL
Executive producer RICHARD BATES Produced by BRIAN SPIBY
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Theatre lighting director:
Trevor St John
with Magnus Magnusson
The Concert Hall of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester is the setting, as four contenders from the north of England compete in the quest to become Mastermind 1986.
Barbara Savage (box office manager)
History of modern art from 1848
Leslie Pye (head of braille book production) Life and works of Johannes Brahms
Michael Formby (chartered surveyor)
History of the Epsom Derby from 1780
Briony Tayler (housewife) The Royal Ballet 1931-1981 Assistant producer MARY CRAIG Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer PETER MASSEY
with Jan Leeming Weather News
Presented by Esther Rantzen Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from the letters you send each week. with Mollie Sugden and reporters
Gavin Campbell , Adrian Mills Grant Baynham , Doc Cox Director BOB MARSLAND
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor JOHN MORRELL
The Tao of Physics
Modem physics may lead us to the Buddha or to the Bomb.
Ever since Galileo fell foul of the Roman Catholic Church, science and faith have appeared to be in conflict. But some commentators now argue that, the further physics progresses, the nearer it approaches a mystical view of the universe, and of man's place in it.
Fritjof Capra is a physicist and writer, living in California. In this film he criticises the conventional belief that the universe can be viewed simply as a vast machine, and argues that modern physics itself can lead us to the profoundest spiritual insights - insights crucial to man's survival. Producer PHILIP ENGELON
Senes producer DANIEL WOLF
Introduced by Barry Norman Anna Ford hosts this evening's awards ceremony from the Savoy Hotel in London. British film expertise is put on show at this annual event. Films in contention include: Plenty, My Beautiful Laundrette, The Killing Fields and The Emerald Forest. Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH