7.10 Computing: Simplex Method
7.35 Psychology: Happy Landing
8.0 Desert Ecology
8.25 Chemistry: Caffeine Project
Wayne Jackman and Kate Copstick say
Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
She couldn't believe her eyes. Old Ted wasn't lost, after all. Story: Katie Morag and the Tiresome Ted by MAIRI HEDDERWICK
Musical director MICHAEL OMER Director FAY WOOLF
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Alan Rothwell , Mike Amatt and Deborah Appleby with stories and songs about friends and friendships. Producer MARTIN HUGHES
Executive producer DAVID BROWN (R) BBC Manchester
The series in which viewers are united in prayer and fellowship.
Ann Easter joins Mitchell Bunting in the home he shares with other members of the lona Community in Birmingham. The preacher is The Rev Roderick Hewitt. Director SIMON HAMMOND
Series producer DAVID CRAIG
Kapil Dev is the youngest man in the history of test cricket to achieve the double of 1,000 runs and 100 wickets. A brilliant all-rounder, he began as a slow bowler, but after the disappointment of not being selected for his school team, he made a determined effort to 'bowl fast and hit hard'. Under his captaincy the Indian team won the 1983 World Cup. He talks to Peter Walker about his life, his lifestyle and his love of cricket. Producer BISH MEHAY
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Sneh Gupta
The family quiz show which helps speakers of English as a second language to improve their understanding and use of English.
With guests Carolyn Choa
Kulvinder Ghir. Burt Kwouk Alfredo Michelson
Research CAROLE MONTAGUE Director JOHN M A. LANE
Producer JEREMY ORLEBAR
For free leaflet, How to Use Switch On to English, send sae (12' x 9') to [address removed]
John M A.
Baroness Platt introduces two films which encourage girls to consider careers in engineering and computer science.
1: Women in Engineering A film from the Learning Resources branch of the ILEA.
Young women who have chosen engineering talk about their jobs, how their family and friends reacted to their choice of career, their plans for the future, and what it is like to work in an area dominated by men. 2: The Gender Gap
Girls are often excluded from computers at home and in school. They're even told that they shouldn't be interested in technology.
Celia Hoyles , Professor of Mathematics at the London Institute of Education, explores the myths and prejudices about computing and girls. Producers
ROY MARSHALL , ROBERT ALBURY (R)
Six programmes 4: Getting About
A talking bus stop; wheelchairs that climb kerbs, that raise and lower, or that can be operated by two switches - the versatile chip is the key to all these. It can improve muscle-control, and help you learn to drive. Producer ANNA JACKSON
Director CATHERINE ROBINS (R)
For booklet send sae (28p) to [address removed]
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6: Dave Taylor Goes to School If you're too young to ride on the road legally, how do you find out what motorcycling is really like? Dave Taylor does 'wheelies' in school playgrounds all over the country, but follows it with a hard-hitting lecture about the good and bad in motorcycling. Directed by MIKE COCKER 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.' Producers
PHILIP CAMPBELL , ELLIE UPDALE Studio director VICTOR MELLENY Editor PAUL NORRIS
by Peter Batt and Tony Bilbow.
'Well, love is in the air, innit? It is in our house, anyway'.
EastEnders line: Bristol [number removed], Liverpool [number removed], London [number removed], Manchester [number removed], Middlesbrough [number removed], Newcastle upon Tyne, [number removed], Preston [number removed],
Southampton [number removed]
On a visit to Nevada State Prison, which is rife with official corruption, Ben is held hostage by inmates desperate for changes to their appalling conditions ...
Written by ROBERT I'IROSH Directed by LEWIS ALLEN
continuing a season of films starring one of the great names of Hollywood. Today with Tamara Toumanova
Gregory Peck made his film debut in this fateful
World War II story in which Nina, a Russian dancer stranded behind Nazi lines, is rescued by a band of Russian freedom fighters. A deep affection grows between Nina and the guerrilla leader ...
Screenplay by CASEY ROBINSON Directed by JACQUES TOURNEUR Produced by CASEY ROBINSON
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In the second of two programmes, viewers have a chance to see the rest of the entries for this year's event to be held in Bergen on 3 May - songs representing Ireland.
Belgium. Germany, Cyprus, Austria, Sweden, Denmark,
Finland, Portugal and the UK entry 'Runner in the night', performed by Ryder. Introduced by David Hamilton
Television presentation YVONNE LITTLEWOOI )
This week from Watford, where Hugh Scully and experts examine more objects brought in by the public. Among the items are a miniature billiard table, a valuable bureau and a family picture worth £15,000. Director ROY CHAPMAN
Producer ROBIN DRAKE. BBC Bristol
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appeals on behalf of the Winchester Cathedral Trust and looks at the continuing restoration work on Winchester Cathedral with Corinne Bennett. the consultant architect.
Donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque (made payable to Winchester Cathedral Trust), to Richard Baker ,
with Jan Leeming Weather News
with Thora Hird
The new series starts on a note of celebration. This is Thora's tenth year of presenting viewers' favourite Songs of Praise. Tonight she asks viewers to join her in celebrating the Queen's 60th birthday, 80 years of the Diocese of Southwark, 150 years of the Great Western Railway, and countless other birthdays and anniversaries, all with popular hymns from the year's Songs of Praise.
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven (Praise, my soul): Lift high the cross (Crucifier); I will sing, I will sing: To God be the glory: Jubilate (Psalm 100); 0 for a thousand tongues (Lyngham): Seek ye first the kingdom of God: Mine eyes have seen (Battle Hymn): Our God reigns Director VALETTA STALLABRASS Producer ELIZABETH GORT
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Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
Starring Tony Hancock
featuring Sidney James
with John Le Mesurier, Bill Fraser, Raymond Rollett, Arthur Mullard, John Vere, John Vyvyan
(R) (Ceefax subtitles)
by AGATHA CHRISTIE dramatised in two parts by T. R. BOWEN , starring
1: The Home Counties golf and commuter belt.... late 1940s. When Rex Fortescue dies suddenly in his City office, Inspector Neele is called in to investigate. His only clue is a handful of rye in the dead man's pocket.
When the poison which killed Rex is identified as deriving from yew, it is on the household and staff at Yew Tree Lodge that suspicion falls.
Music composed by KEN HOWARD and ALAN BLAIKEY
Producer GEORGE GALLACCIO Director GUY SLATER (R)
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Det Insp Neele:
Det Sgt Hay:
with Magnus Magnusson
The London Hospital Medical College in Whitechapel is host to four contenders from London and the south east. Robin Gordon-Walker
(government information officer)
Labour Government 1964-70
Phillip Clayton (civil servant) Norse mythology
(careers information officer) Life and works of Elizabeth Gaskell
Life and works of Richard Strauss
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 in every week. With Mollie Sugden and reporters
Gavin Campbell Adrian Mills
Grant Baynham , Doe Cox Director BOB MARSLAND
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor JOHN MORRELL
Tea-time in America's
'Sunshine State'. Tony Soper sends the first of three live reports on the fabulous waterbirds of Florida.
1: Pelicans at Port Orange 'Clowns' of the waterfront and masters of the plunge dive, brown pelicans are one of North America's favourite birds.
At Port Orange, 50 miles north of the Kennedy Space Centre at Cape Canaveral, a tiny shingle-bank has been entirely taken over by a vast breeding colony of brown pelicans, plus cormorants, egrets and herons. It is the height of the breeding season. Technical co-ordinator GEOFF STAFFORD
SARA FORD. JENNY BUDD Assistant producers
ROBIN PRYTHERCH. PAUL APPLEBY and DAN FREEMAN
Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
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Introduced by Sheila Walsh and Alvin Stardust
Guests include Stephanie Lawrence and, from
America, De Garmo and Key Technical co-ordinator JIM COOK Lighting ERIC WALLIS
Series producer JIM MURRAY
Geoffrey Smith travels to Mexico in search of the ancestors of this brilliantly-coloured garden flower.
Assistant producer ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer BRIAN DAVIES
The Story of Satum
When the planet Saturn was first examined telescopically in 1610, it was believed by Galileo to be a triple world. Patrick Moore shows what can be seen this month, while Saturn is best placed, with a small telescope.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
The 1986 Formula One World Championship
The San Marino Grand Prix
NIGEL MANSELL (Williams) and AYRTON SENNA (Lotus) again made the news last time out, with motor racing's most spectacular finish at the new Jerez circuit.
Senna now leads the World
Drivers' Championship for the first time in his short career, and will be determined to increase his advantage at the demanding Imola track. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER , JAMES HUNT Television presentation RA1, Italy Producer ROGER MOODY