Technology: Facts are Not Enough
Brian Jameson , Sarah Long and Elizabeth Watts say Hallo Again Musicians
PETER PONTZEN. LYN EDWARDS Story:Scruff by GERALD ROSE
Director MARTIN FISHER Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Rediscovering Religious Belief
Implications of Commitment In every generation new matters of conscience arise which demand a careful moral choice.
John Bowker talks with Dr Geoffrey Cook , a research scientist, about animal rights.
Director LELIA GUINERY-GREEN Producer DAVID CRAIG
Today's worship comes from the home of a viewer in Cheltenham and is introduced by Ann Easter . The speaker is
The Rev Derek Winter. Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH Series producer DAVID CRAIG
Jewellery, for most women, is a personal and important accessory. The Royal Family is no exception. In today's Programme Suzy Menkes 's book The Royal Jewels, and particularly the Asian connection, is the topic of conversation between the author and Anita Bhalla. Hansa Dave and Purushottam Upadhyay sing a Gujarati duet. Producer YOUSUF AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
The last of five programmes Presented by Dr Michael Argyle Body Language
A look at some of the silent ways in which people communicate, and how interviewer and interviewee convey attitudes and feelings by their actions rather than by words.
Film editor ROLAND TONGUE Producer JENNY STEVENS (R) Book E2.75 from booksellers
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German.
15: Regensburg, on the river Danube, was a Roman outpost, a rich and influential trading centre and the seat of the first German parliament. Today it's well worth exploring the Altstadt and maybe stop for lunch at the Historische Wurstkuche. Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Director MARION ALLINSON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
A series of26 programmes. 16: See the news seen last Monday on Austria's first channel with some help from Klaus Roemer. Chantal Cuer brings you the best stories from TF1.
Director PHILIP DOLUNG Producer MONICA ESSUN
An eight-part parents' guide to secondary education. 2: Choosing Options
Young people's prospects are powerfully affected by choice of subjects at 14. But at that age few can be sure of what they want to do with their lives, so how can parents and teachers help them? Beverly Anderson seeks out the best advice on choosing options; and some pupils and parents explain their choices.
Senes producer JOHN TWITCHIN Producer JOHN BROOKE (R)
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A weekly magazine for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. News, views and entertainment, with sign language and subtitles. Introduced by Maggie Woolley
Clive Mason and John Lee Producer CHARLES PASCOE
What will farming be like in the year 2000?
Farming is in ferment, with quotas for milk, surpluses of meat and cereals, and waning government and public support. Leaders of the industry and its critics speculate on the state of British farming at the turn of the century.
Today: what will farmers be producing?
Producer KEN POLLOCK BBC Pebble Mill
12.58 Weather News for farmers MICHAEL FISH
with David Dimbleby Starting with the 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 Bill Lyons and Guido Casale.
'It's like a conspiracy to keep me away from the phone...
Record: EastEnders Singalong
REH/ZCR 586 available from retailers
With Crufts Dog Show just a week away, Dennis McCarthy and Les Crawley visit
Chatsworth House, in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside, to meet some of the breeders and enthusiasts making their last-minute preparations for the premier event of the canine calendar. There is an interview with the Duchess of Devonshire about her dogs; a trip to Elstree Studios to see the EastEnders'dogs Willy and Roly; and an exciting snow rally of sled dogs in Aviemore.
Producer NEIL ECCLES
(Top Dog next Sunday at 10.50pm)
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The Benson and Hedges Masters
The Final: frames 1-8
Since 1980 TERRY GRIFFITHS , ALEX HIGGINS. STEVE DAVIS , CLIFF THORBURN and JIMMY WHITE have all won the Masters. Cliff Thorburn has in fact won it twice and is the current champion. With the top 16 players in the world taking part, the competition over the last seven days will have been fierce, and with E175,000 at stake the pickings are well worth the struggle DAVID ICKE introduces the first eight frames of the final from Wembley.
Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CLIVE EVERTON
Summarisers JIM MEADOWCROFT , JOHN VIRGO Producers
KEITH MACKENZIE. ALAN GRIFFITHS Executive producer NICK HUNTER
Kermit's froggish charms guide Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear and a host of stars through their rip-roaring taster of showbiz, muppet-style.
(The Muppet Show begins next Sat)
A ten-part natural history of Britain and Ireland
Presented by Julian Pettifer
Our coastline is always on the move. Atlantic storms lash Ireland's Aran Islands, the North Sea erodes the cliffs of Norfolk and the Severn Bore powers far inland. In the past, entire forests were overwhelmed as the sea-level rose, setting these islands apart within their 10,000 mile-long frontier with the sea.
Today, in response to the rhythm of the tides, wildlife flourishes in this restless no-man's land. Choughs and brambling glean the shores of Kerry; waders mass on the mudflats of Morecambe Bay; and on the coast of East Anglia, sand and shingle offer sanctuary to seals and avocets. In summer, in a rocky Cornish cove, the holiday-maker can discover a menagerie of bizarre creatures - even limpets, fighting in their rockpool world between the tides.
A practical guide to healthy eating in six parts presented by Liza Goddard
5: A Pinch of Chemicals Most processed and convenience foods couldn't be manufactured without chemical additives, and there's now public concern about their effect on health.
Yet the chemical most closely linked to serious health problems is so common we add it ourselves, in cooking and at the table: salt. Production ANNA JACKSON
SALLY KIRKWOOD. ANNE LAKING
Jan Leeming ; Weather News
A celebration of Jewish-
Christian dialogue from the West London Synagogue.
Over the past 100 years many Jewish refugees have come to this country to escape oppression. Life in the East
End of London has been hard and sometimes threatening. Increasingly, however, small groups of Jews and Christians have met to explore each other's beliefs; these groups have grown steadily, culminating in tonight's celebration of that dialogue and the common tradition of the Psalms. For the programme, black Christians have been learning Hebrew, and Jews have been learning Catholic Gelineau chants.
Roger Royle meets William Simpson , a founder of the Council of Christians and Jews, and Rabbi Hugo Gryn , who plays host to the programme. The Rev Mark Goodridge , a youth worker from a black church in Croydon, talks about counselling young Blacks whose problems echo the anti-Semitism the Jewish community faced.
Sh'ma Yisroel (Max Helfman );
Jubilate (Psalm 100); The God of Abraham praise (Leoni); I will call upon the Lord (Psalm 18); Tell out my soul (Woodlands); Psalm 64
(Gelineau); You shall go out with joy (Isaiah 55); How good it is (Psalm 133); Yihoo Ie Ratzon (Ben Haim ); Shalom Alaychem
Conductor SYDNEY FIXMAN
Film director SIMON HAMMOND Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
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The Benson and Hedges Masters: The Final
Further coverage of today's final, introduced by DAVID ICKE.
An eight-part serial by PAUL WHEELER , starring
Carolyn Pickles as Bluebell
4: Bluebell was flattered to be asked back to the Folies
Bergere with her own dancers but soon found herself out of work again after falling foul of the star of the show, the notorious Mistinguett. Now a chance visit to the cinema changes her life ...
Title and incidental music by ILONA SEKACZ
Choreographer ANTHONY VAN LAAST Costume designer VERITY LEWIS Designer JAN SPOCZYNSKI
Executive producer RICHARD BATES Produced by BRIAN spmY
Directed by MOIRA ARMSTRONG
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The Benson and Hedges Masters
The Final: frames 9-17
CLIFF THORBURN (the holder) and DENNIS TAYLOR (the World Champion) were the top seeds, with STEVE DAVIS for once relegated to third. The chances are that two of the three will be contesting today's final, though the other 13 of the world's best will have had something to say about that.
DAVID ICKE sets the scene and introduces the frames as the tension mounts, with more than 2,000 people in snooker's largest arena, the Wembley Conference Centre.
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 Boys were Dead ...' Ten years ago, in the New Year of 1976, Northern
Ireland suffered one of the worst instances of terrorist violence since the Troubles began.
On 4 January five Catholics from South Armagh were shot dead. Twenty-four hours later, as relatives of the murdered were appealing on television against retaliation, a minibus carrying local
Protestant mill workers home was ambushed. Ten were killed. This moving film revisits the villages of Whitecross and Bessbrook on the tenth anniversary of the killings - and tells the remarkable story of a community still united by grief, where the transient headlines have become part of daily reality.
Reporter Austin Hunter Director ROB MORRISON
Series producer DANIEL WOLF BBC Northern Ireland
The Benson and Hedges Masters
The Final: frames 9-17
Tonight's victor stands to win E45,000 as the final few frames are fought for. DAVID ICKE counts the frames, checks the scores, and watches the Masters Trophy presented.