7.10 Maths: Topological Surfaces
7.35 The Age of Oceanography
8.25 Models in Chemistry
Simon Davies and Andrew Secombe say, Hallo Again
Musicians RICHARD BROWN
STEVE LEVINE , ALAN GRAHAME Story: Patrick written and illustrated by QUENTIN BLAKE
Director GREG CHILds
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHlA FELGATE
Rediscovering Religious Belief
In Imitation of Christ
The demands of Christian living can only be worked out in practice. John Bowker considers the conflicting claims of doctrine and of conscience.
Director LELIA GUINERY GREEN Producer DAVID CRAIG
Today's worship comes from the home of a viewer in Leicester, and is introduced by Gary Davies. The speaker is David Middleton.
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMITH Series producer DAVID CRAIG
A group of Asian pupils from Valley Park School,
Wolverhampton, may become the first to set standards whereby Asian music in school curricula can be assessed nationally at examination level.
John Biddulph , Head of Music at the school, talks about the success of including Asian music in the syllabus, along with western tuition and electronic music, and introduces groups of Asian pupils performing with traditional and modern instruments.
Music is provided by Suresh Wadkar , who sings a song from the film
Ram Ten Ganga Meli Producer BISH MEHAY
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
English for Driving
Six programmes for learner drivers who speak English as a second language.
Peter Davison explains the English needed to understand the driving instructor and the test examiner, and follows
Geeta, Jenny and Francisco through their driving lessons to taking the driving test.
1: Geeta Learns the Controls of the Car.
Director CLARE BRIGSTOCKE
Producer JEREMY ORLEBAR (R)
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German.
16: The one remaining fish stall in the Fischmarkt, intricate wrought-iron work and the first handmade chocolates in Regensburg are featured in this programme. Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Director MARION ALLINSON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
Vocabulary-learning software pack, £22. 95 from retailers or BBC Publications
A series of 26 programmes. 17: Take a look at the news from Italy with some help from Enrico Verdecchia.
Chantal Cuer presents top stories from RTBF in Brussels.
Director NIGEL KELLEHER
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
An eight-part guide to secondary education.
3: The Good, the Bad and the Irrelevant
Beverly Anderson examines some of the new schemes being brought in to make school learning more 'relevant'.
Film editor PAUL SINCLAIR
Director CATHARINE SEDDON (R)
A weekly magazine 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 increasing public doubts about changes in the countryside, and the quality of the food produced by intensive agriculture. The second programme of Farm 2000 looks at the future place of farming in society. Producer KEN POLLOCK BBC Pebble Mill
12.58 Weather News for farmers JOHN KETTLEY
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 Jane Hollowood and David Hopkins.
Liverpool v Manchester Utd
Live coverage from Anfield of one of the most watchable fixtures in the League calendar. Teeming crowds are traditional for this one - more than a million spectators have seen the 21 First
Division clashes between these giants over the last 11 seasons. On the field, internationals wherever you look, with sharp-shooters IAN RUSH (still to score against Manchester United) PAUL WALSH. MARK HUGHES and JESPER OLSEN , ready to gild the game with goals.
When the clubs drew 1-1 at Old Trafford in October,
United led the First Division by ten points from Liverpool. Things have changed and the Championship is wide open. Today's encounter is sure to keep it on the boil.
Commentator JOHN MOTSON Series producer JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
starring and guest starring
How to Succeed in Hazzard A young man comes to
Hazzard with a heart-rending story - he's dying and wants to build a hospital in the county. All Boss Hogg and the rest of Hazzard have to do is match his own donation.
But would you trust someone called Dewey Hogg ? Written by MICHAEL MICHAEUAN and MICHAEL SEVAREID
Directed by HARVEY LAIDMAN
Sheriff Rosco Coltrane:
A ten-part natural history of Britain and Ireland
Presented by Julian Pettifer 6: Out of the Flames
In the wake of the wildwood felled by our ancestors, spread the new landscapes of heath and moor. Desolate in winter and forsaken by most creatures, they come to colourful and busy life in summer. On sandy southern heathlands rare smooth snakes emerge from hibernation to hunt, and gaudy sand lizards battle for a mate. Overhead the hobby swoops to pluck dragonflies and swallows from the air.
The northern moorlands are the domain of red grouse, hen harrier, peregrine falcon and the wailing red-throated diver. Here red deer now roam the open glens where forests once echoed to their roar. This is the natural history of our most ancient landscapes made by man. Photography ANDREW ANDERSON EAMON DE BUITLEAR. SIMON KING Film editor CHRIS ORRELL
Music by EDWARD WILLIAMS Produced by ROGER R. JONES
Executive producer PETER CRAWFORD BBC Bristol
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The last of six programmes on healthy eating presented by Liza Goddard
Food in the Fast Lane
Take-aways have got the label 'junk food' which doesn't sound very appetising, or good for us. Still, it hasn't stopped us doubling the number eaten in the last ten years. But fast food can be healthy food too, if we make the right choices. Production ANNA JACKSON
SALLY KIRKWOOD. ANNE LAKING
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Jan Leeming ; Weather News
Armed French convicts attacking the Pembrokeshire coast near Fishguard were the last invaders to land on British soil. A band of local women tricked and forcibly repelled that invasion. But local inhabitants extend a welcome to the modern invaders: the passengers who travel on the daily ferry to and from Ireland, and the tourists who relish the scenery around this west Wales town. Ian Gall experiences for himself the Welsh 'croeso' (welcome) as he meets Alun Cornock working in the cowshed on his son's farm and Elizabeth Bowyer educating her
Sunday-school children about the Third World.
Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deep (St Aelfred);
Let all the world in every corner sing;
Alleluia, Alleluia, give thanks to the risen Lord (Alleluia No 1);
O! No ddoi'r nefol wynt (Fflint);
What a friend we have in Jesus (What a friend);
In heavenly love abiding (Penlan);
Light of the world (Berwyn);
Angel voices, ever singing (Angel Voices)
with Fishguard School Choir, Conductor John S Davies, Organist Hugh Thomas and Blessing The Rev Gerwyn Morgan.
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by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT featuring and Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1960 Ivory Castles in the Air
Clive takes Gladys to see his family home and Gladys takes Clive to her heart.
ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY
Directed by DAVID CROFT. ROBIN CARR Produced by DAVID CROFT
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Sqn Ldr Clive Dempster, DFC:
The Webb Twins
An eight-part serial by PAUL WHEELER starring
5: The Bluebell Girls have become a sensational success all over Europe, and Bluebell and Marcel have at last been able to marry. But war threatens to destroy everything that they have achieved.
Title and incidental music by ILONA SEKACZ
Studio lighting CLIVE THOMAS Designer CHRIS PEMSEL
Executive producer RICHARD BATES Produced by BRIAN SPIBY
Directed by MOIRA ARMSTRONG
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with Magnus Magnusson From the Royal Northern
College of Music, Manchester Tony Ireson
(assistant prison governor) Life and works of A. E. Housman
Margaret-Louise O'Keeffe (housewife)
Life and works of Michelangelo Buonarroti Philip Fleming (solicitor)
History of the USA, 1776-1948 Philip McDonald (schoolmaster)
History of Liverpool, 1600-1900
Assistant producer MARY CRAIG Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer PETER MASSEY
Applications to take part in the next series of Mastermind are now invited. Requests for an application form should be made on a postcard to: Mastermind, BBCtv London W12 8QT, to arrive by 28 February
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
An Everyman series
1: From Russia to Nicaragua '... the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world.... the opium of the people....'
Karl Marx 's famous description of religion suggests it owes its existence to deformities in the social order. Once the new socialist order was established, Marx argued, religion would wither away.
Today almost one third of the world's population lives under Marxist rule, yet the churches in Communist countries show few signs of collapsing. In the USSR the percentage of the population who attend church is higher than in the UK.
This four-part series examines the relations between Christianity and Communism worldwide.
In this programme Everyman looks at the world's oldest and newest Marxist-inspired revolutions. It shows the price the Russian Orthodox Church has paid to survive in the Soviet Union. And it travels to Nicaragua, to investigate the conflict between those Christians who support the revolution and those who are actively opposed to it.
Narrator Peter France Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF Assistant producer
Producer JOHN PAUL DAVIDSON Series producer DANIEL WOLF
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The Supreme Champion The world's greatest dog show - for the past three days nearly 12,000 dogs have gathered at Earls Court,
London to compete for the dog world's most coveted award. Dennis McCarthy and Les Crawley report as the excitement mounts and the Supreme Champion is chosen. Producer NEIL ECCLES
A series of eight programmes with David Bellamy 4: Hearts of Oak
Industry is often blamed for the loss of much of our woodland, but is this true? Series producer MICHAEL GARROD Director DAVID WILLIAMS (R)