6.45 Living with Technology: Sound in View
7.10 Computing: Royal Bank of Scotland
7.35 Maths Modelling: Seat-belts
8.0 Oceanography: Deep-sea Drilling
8.25 The Nature of Chemistry
Carol Leader, Brian Jameson and Ben Thomas say
Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Upside down, inside out The wrong way round or round about
That's Topsy Turvy! Story: Old Socks by MALCOLM CARRICK
Musicians PETER GOSUNG. PETER HOWLAND Director SHEILA FRASER Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Rediscovering Religious Belief
Called to be Witnesses
Within the church there are such differences of doctrine and interpretations of scripture, it might seem that they were different religions worshipping different gods. The Rev Rosemary Wakelin talks with The Rev Dr Donald English about the appeal of the present evangelical renewal within the body of Christ.
Director LEUA GUlNERY-GREEN Producer DAVID CRAIG
The series in which you are united with your fellow viewers in a simple service of prayer and fellowship.
Today's worship comes from a viewer's home in Northampton, introduced by Margaret Collingwood. Producer DAVID CRAIG
with Sarla Maheshwari
The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) will replace CSE, 0-level and 16-plus exams in 1988. The first GCSE courses will begin in September. In today's programme an educationist explains what GCSE is and how it compares with the outgoing system.
In Leicester the Rushey Mead Centre has a teaching scheme to help Asian women learn
English for special skills and special purposes.
Anita Aggarwal visits a class for expectant mothers and a sewing group and talks to the scheme's organiser Jean Brown.
Akhlaq Ahmed sings a song from the film Chahat. Producer YOUSUF AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
English for Driving
The last of 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. What to Do if You Don't
Understand the Instructor or Examiner
Director CLARE BRIGSTOCKE
Producer JEREMY ORLEBAR (R)
For book send cheque/PO for 2.95, payable to NEC Trust Ltd, to [address removed]
A series of five programmes presented by Brian Redhead British companies that made it - their story of recovery from recession.
1: The Move - Vickers DefenceSystems
A futuristic army tank factory on the banks of Newcastle's River Tyne: this was Vickers's answer to a century-old legacy of old buildings, old attitudes and an annual heating bill of £1 million!
Director FIONA PITCHER
Producer BRIAN DAVIES (R)
The news from Spain with help from Carlos Riera. Chantal Cuer brings you the best stories from TF1 in France.
Last in the parents' guide to secondary education. Power to the Parents
Beverly Anderson assesses the short- and long-term effects of the NUT dispute. Director CATHARINE SEDDON Producer JOHN BROOKE (R)
For information pack send a large sae (28p) to Nothing But the Best. [address removed]
Seven programmes for the young motorcyclist 3: Fit for the Road
Will your bike pass its MOT? Eight out of ten don't!
Eugenie Verney gets some answers from
Graham Bailey , Colin Howell and Brian Hunter , while Dr Ron Buckman describes what drink does to your riding. Film editor PATTIE WINTER Producer LAN WOOLF (R)
Book £1.50 from booksellers
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.' Film reporter
Producers PHILIP CAMPBELL COLIN MARTIN. ELLIE UPDALE Editor PAUL NORRIS
by Tony McHale and Jane Hollowood.
'I should have realised when you called the cats Starsky and Hutch you had a thing about policemen...'
Advance and be Mechanised
Robert Montgomery John Wayne
A squadron of US motor torpedo-boats are on a desperate mission. They must evacuate high-ranking officers from the beleaguered island of Bataan. but so important is their assignment that both men and boats are expendable.
John Ford 's classic war movie takes place at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack and is a tribute to men who were willing to sacrifice their lives for their beliefs.
Screenplay by FRANK WOOD Produced and directed by JOHN FORD
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Lt (J G ) 'Rusty' Ryan:
Lt Sandy Davyss:
'Boats' Mulcahey, CBM:
Ens 'Snake' Gardner:
Ens 'Andy' Andrews:
Major James Morton:
Ens George Cross:
Ens Tony Aitken:
by JOSEPHINE TEY
Dramatised in six episodes by JAMES ANDREW HALL and Brat Farrar
5: Searching for a way out of his dilemma. Brat puts himself into even greater danger.
Music composed and conducted by DAVE GREENSLADE
Make-up designer Dl ROBERTS Script editor BRIAN WRIGHT Designer RAY LONDON
Producer TERRANCE DICKS Director LEONARD LEWIS
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Introduced by Hugh Scully
In the first of the new series, the Roadshow experts visit Wolverhampton. Among their discoveries - two important pieces of local Staffordshire pottery, a terrifying set of early dental instruments and a pair of Dutch still-life paintings valued at £50,000. Director ROY CHAPMAN
Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS BBC Bristol
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appeals on behalf of the Television for the Deaf Fund
(reg no 207720)
The aim of the fund is to provide television sets with Teletext to enable the deaf to enjoy a wide range of programmes with the aid of subtitles.
Many deaf and partially deaf people feel isolated from the hearing world, but with help they can enjoy the pleasures others take for granted.
Donations to: Jack Ashley , mp, Television for the Deaf Fund, The RNID, [address removed]
with Jan Leeming Weather News
Petersfield is a small country town on the border of Hampshire and Sussex, surrounded by beautiful downland scenery that has inspired poets, writers and composers. Cliff Michelmore learns from Henry Willis about the tradition and skill that goes into building pipe organs. Cliff also discovers how physical handicap can lead to a deepening of spiritual life when he talks to Christopher Windebank , a victim of multiple sclerosis. Praise to the holiest in the height (Richmond): Father. Lord of all creation (Abbot's Leigh): When morning gilds the skies (Laudes
Domini); Seek ye first the kingdom of God; 0 sacred head, sore wounded (Passion Chorale); King of glory. King of peace (Gwalchmai); Angel voices ever singing; Glory be to Jesus (Eudoxia, Caswall)
Conductor MICHAEL HURD Organist
ROGER KING , DAVID GROVES Directors
STEVE BENSON. CHRIS LOUGHLIN Producer DAVID KREMER
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
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Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
Starring Tony Hancock
and featuring Sidney James
Hancock's lack of success with the ladies is to end forthwith. A 100-guinea course with the Mayfair Charm School is going to sort all that out - and then the birds had better beware.
(R) (Ceefax subtitles)
Anthony Aloysius Hancock:
Sidney Balmoral James:
Charm school pupil:
by AGATHA CHRISTIE
Dramatised in three parts by T. R. BOWEN with 2: While the investigation centres on the Jefferson family and their entourage at the Majestic Hotel, Miss Marple's hunch about a second killing proves all too tragically justified. Then suspicion begins to focus in a quite different direction ...
Producer GUY SLATER
Director SILVIO NARIZZANO (R)
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Det Insp Slack:
Sir Henry Clithering:
with Magnus Magnusson
The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu provides an imposing setting for four contenders from London and the south of England as they compete for a place in the semi-finals of Mastermind
Donald Crerar (actor)
The plays of Harold Pinter Michael Anderson
(member of Diplomatic Service)
British coins from AD 786
Jean Hossain (schoolteacher) Life and career of Benjamin Disraeli
History of Gibraltar from 8th century
Lighting DENNIS BUTCHER
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
starring Sheila Walsh and Alvin Stardust
Star guest in tonight's programme is soul singer
Jimmy Ruffin , who sings not only his own classic 'What becomes of the broken-hearted?', but also two rousing gospel favourites.
Also in the programme, from America, is Grammy-winner Michael W. Smith and in response to public demand, the London Community
Gospel Choir performs one of their most popular songs. Lighting ERIC WALLIS Sound TONY PHILPOT
Designer PAUL MUNTING
Series producer JIM MURRAY
Geoffrey Smith traces the history and origins of the most regal of all garden flowers, the lily.
He discovers its home is in places as far apart as North
America, Europe and the Far East, and that the plants grown in gardens are all descendants of these wild flowers.
Assistant producer ERICA Griffiths Producer BRIAN DAVIES (R)
The fifth of six programmes in which Andrew Cooper explores the natural history of a Devon farm.
Walls are more than just piles of stone. They divide the land and provide shelter for both man and wildlife. The house martin nests on them; hedgehogs forage along them; stoats, spiders and shrews hunt all over them; lizards, snakes and bees all make their homes in them; flowers, mosses and lichens give them colour, and age their character.
Photographed and produced by ANDREW COOPER Film editors
JUSTIN SMITH. ROD THOMAS
Executive producer DAVID SPIRES