6.45 Biology: Drinking Motivation
7.10 Topology: Covering Surfaces
7.35 Engineering Structures
8.0 Ecology: Seals
8.25 The Nature of Chemistry
Sheelagh Gilbey and Stuart Bradley say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Pull a funny face,
Move your eyes and nose and mouth all over the place
Story: The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch by RONDA AND
Musician PETER PONTZEN Director ROY MILANI
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
Shireen Shah , Mike Amatt and Christopher LiUicrap with stories and songs about making the right choices. Director CELIA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY BBC Manchester (R)
Loved and Loving
The series which unites viewers throughout the country in fellowship and prayer. Ann Easter joins
The Rev Ian Cunningham , team leader of a Summer
Mission for young people in Ayr. And American evangelist Shawn Mitchell examines the theme of 'Loved and Loving'.
Director JUDY FISHER
Series producer DAVID CRAIG BBC Scotland
Artist Sobha Singh , aged 85, popularly known as 'Painter of the People', was born in India. He was invited by the Sikh community of Newcastle Upon Tyne to paint a large canvas depicting the Tenth Guru of Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh , sitting on the throne. Self-educated and well-informed about happenings in the art world, his faith in himself is firm. His art varies from portraiture, landscapes and still life to 3D.
The Government of India honoured him with the Padma Shri award.
He believes that the secret of living is not rest but work and he paints for love, not for money.
Producer BISH MEHAY Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
The third of eight programmes
Narrated by Anthony Quayle Victorian Masterpiece
After fire destroyed the old
Palace of Westminster in 1834 the Victorian architect Charles Barry and his decorator Augustus Welby
Pugin created one of the most extraordinary buildings in the world.
More than a century later their palace of stone is in need of constant attention to meet the pressures of a modern legislature.
Written by CHIRSTOPHER JONES Executive producer JOHN GAU Producer ALAN SCALES
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The first of six programmes Majorca is a mecca for package holiday sun-worshippers. But how many tourists see the rainbow- coloured bee-eaters, the elegant black-winged stilts, or the ospreys and falcons which swoop the island's skies?
Narrator Douglas Leach Produced by KEITH HOPKINS BBCBristol
The first of five films which tell the story of a critical year in the life of Richard Seabrook , shepherd, freelance farm-worker and a man of the old-fashioned virtues.
Narrator Barry Paine Photography ARTHUR SMITH Written and produced by DON HAWORTH
A magazine programme for people who are deaf and hard of hearing. This programme, the first of a new fortnightly series, has a report from the British Deaf Association's Congress in Rothesay, Isle of Bute. 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
for farmers BILL GILES
The Silent Killers
The Ponderosa is quarantined when influenza strikes, but the only person who can help finds her attempts thwarted by professional resentment...
by Bill Lyons and Rob Gittins.
'Walford's definitely going downhill - it'll be strip clubs and massage parlours next'.
continuing a season of films starring one of Britain's most urbane and versatile screen actors. Today with John Mills
Clifford Southey , a pompous, self-made man, arrives in Tahiti to establish a luxury tourist hotel. There, to his horror, he discovers his old army and class enemy Brett Aimsley living an idyllic existence with a beautiful Tahitian girl. Ancient rivalries are rekindled when Southey confesses that he was responsible for Aimsley's ignominious dismissal from the British Army....
Screenplay by GEOFFREY COTTERELL and IVAN FOXWELL
Produced by IVAN FOXWELL
Directed by WILLIAM T. KOTCHEFF
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Capt Brett Aimsley:
Lt-Col Clifford Southey:
Lt David Harper:
Capt Tom Enderby:
Rolf Harris introduces cartoon characters on both sides of the law: a glamorous female cop, Sergeant
McPoodle of the Mounties and a racketeer rabbit. Producer DAVID PLATT
The first of seven programmes Deccan with Brian Thompson
Nothing in the imagination can quite prepare the first-time visitor for the pure shock of India. But armed with a E30 rail pass, Brian Thompson boards the '85 Down Madras Mail' with a few inward butterflies - but all South India to aim at.
Series producer ROGER LAUGHTON Director GERRY TROYNA BBC Manchester
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The video eye on wildlife now with Michael Jordan Nick Davies and Peaches Golding
A swift returns to her nest with food for her chicks. A fallow deer suckles her newborn fawn. A barn owl feeds her young in the privacy of a deserted country shed.
They are deserted except for you, the audience, because in an ambitious countryside link-up, hidden remote-controlled cameras are watching these animals and beaming back pictures, as they happen, to the studio in Bristol. Wild Britain also looks at both the serious issues and the lighter side of wildlife that's in the news at the moment.
Designer CHRIS ROBILLIARD Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol
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with Jan Leeming Weather News
Cliff Michelmore visits Paul Eddington at his
London home by the river. Paul is well-known as an actor and as Britain's other
Prime Minister. But he is also a Quaker with strong moral principles which led him to register as a conscientious objector and resign from the Bristol Old Vic. Tonight he talks about his life as an actor and his commitment to the Society of Friends: 'I'm not by nature a rootless person. I want to know exactly what I am, who I am, what I believe.' His choice of music is sung at his old school meeting house in Sibford Gower in Oxfordshire. It includes 'Adam lay y bounden',
'I know that my Redeemer liveth' and 'Praise to the holiest in the height', and is performed by the CHOIR OF NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD, and players from the LONDON BAROQUE. Conductor DR EDWARD HIGGINBOTTOM Assistant producer
LELIA GUINERY GREEN
Producer MICHAEL SHOESMTTH
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
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Karen Valentine Ben Masters
When her husband is reported killed in a plane crash off the coast of France,
Linda Dobbins finds herself unable to believe the official explanation. She takes over his sales job in Europe hoping that she may uncover more information about his death. What she discovers, to her growing terror, is that her husband was not the man she believed him to be and that his dangerous world is threatening to engulf her.
Screenplay by CAROLE CHERRY and STANLEY Z. CHERRY
Produced and directed by WALTER GRAUMAN
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Claude de Rochemont:
Jan Leeming presents the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world followed by Weather News
The last in the present series Presented by Esther Rantzen Consumer advice, investigations, misprints and real-life humour. With Mollie Sugden and reporters
Gavin Campbell , Adrian Mills Grant Baynham , Doc Cox Director BOB MARSLAND
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor JOHN MORRELL
Match of the Day
DESMOND LYNAM introduces highlights of the afternoon's
Finals while GERALD WILLIAMS reflects on the talking points of the past fortnight. Producers
CHARLES BALCHIN. GRAHAM FRY
What Did You Want to Be When You Grew Up?
With Rabbi Julia Neuberger Work is one area where choice has been drastically reduced in the last few years. But while the world of work has changed, our attitude towards it has remained the same and we live in a society where people are defined by what they do for money - not what they are.
With Lord Murray, retired trades union leader,
Victor Kiam , the American entrepreneur,
Clive Thornton , former Chairman of Mirror
Newspapers and Chief Executive of the Abbey National, and Julia Cleverdon of the Industrial Society. Series producer JAMES MURRAY
A Dales Walk with Thomas Lawlor
The first of six British walks. Singer and amateur geologist Thomas Lawlor escapes the opera stage to recharge his lungs in the air of the Yorkshire Dales. At
Melhamdale he discovers a limestone landscape formed by the erosive power of water. Photography MAX SAMETT
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY