6.45 Technology: A Milk Run
7.10 Computing: Operating Systems
7.35 Floating an Integral
8.0 Education: Baby Talk
with Stuart Bradley and Elizabeth Watts Story: Just the Trick by DIANA STOW
Musicians ALLAN ROGERS , WILL HILL Director SHEILA FRASER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Alexander Mike Amatt and Tony Osoba with stories and songs about finding what you thought you'd lost
Director CELIA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY BBC Manchester (R)
Linda Mary Evans joins
Celia Tyler at her home in the Rutland village of Whissendine.
The Rev Paul Paynton reflects on the Christian meaning of health and wholeness. Producer ROGER HUTCHINGS Series producer DAVID CRAIG
with Rashid Ashraf and Sarla Maheshwari Councillor Mohammed
Ajeeb, Britain's first Asian
Lord Mayor, has finished his year in office. His position as Bradford's First Citizen gave hope to many but also led to some tensions and controversy.
In today's programme
Councillor Ajeeb is a studio guest and talks to Rashid and Sarla about his experiences. As the Indian Women's
Cricket Team meets
England in the Final Test,
Kashmira Patel reports from Leicester, where the Indian ladies played their first One-Day International earlier in the tour.
Allan Fakir , a gypsy musician from the Sind
Desert, sings a Sindhi kafi. Producer YOUSUF AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
The fourth of eight programmes Narrated by Anthony Quayle The Best Club in London A piece of red ribbon still hangs on every MP's coat hook, from which to hang their swords - a reminder that they must not take them into the Commons Chamber. Westminster is a place that numbs new arrivals, however sophisticated. Its procedures are archaic, its hours peculiar, its working conditions unusual. Yet there is no shortage of candidates seeking membership to what Charles Dickens described as the best club in London. Written by CHRISTOPHER JONES Executive producer JOHN GAU Producer ALAN SCALES
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The wildlife of our cities and suburbs
Narrator Douglas Leach Producer KEITH HOPKINS BBC Bristol
In spring Richard Seabrook , shepherd and freelance farm worker, works every day from dawn to dusk, first at lambing, then with a travelling gang of sheep shearers.
Narrator Barry Paine Film editor PETER GIBBS Written and produced by DON HAWORTH
A chance to see recent BBC programmes, with sign language and subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Today: The Taste of Health Presented by Judith Hann
French chef Christophe Buey and actress Madhur Jaffrey show Judith how to prepare quick healthy food, and fishmonger Philip Diamond gives tips on choosing and preparing fish.
Sign language interpretation by LINDA RICHARDS
Director CLARE BRIGSTOCKE Producer JENNY ROGERS (R)
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington Leslie Cottington and Claire Powell Producers
KEN POLLOCK. MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
The International Musical Eisteddfod which is held annually at Llangollen in North Wales celebrates its
40th anniversary this year. Glyn Houston introduces some of the dancers, instrumentalists and singers who have travelled from various parts of the world to compete in this unique festival. BBC Wales
by Peter Batt and Tony McHale.
'It's not me feet. It's the weight on me mind that's worrying me'.
concludes a season of films starring one of Britain's most urbane and versatile actors.
Today with Danielle Darrieux Michael Rennie
Cicero, the trusted valet of the British Ambassador in Turkey during World War n, approaches the Germans with a daring and treacherous plan. He will supply them vital secrets from the ambassador's safe, in return for a fortune in cash. To aid his plan Cicero renews his relationship with the impoverished
Countess Anna Staviska, a woman he once served as a butler. This time he is the master, or so it seems ...
Screenplay by MICHAEL WILSON Produced by OTTO LANG
Directed by JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ
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Colonel Von Richter:
Von Papen's secretary:
Sleepy Time Squirrel and Goggle Fishing Bear (R)
Confessions of a Train-Spotter with Michael Palin
As a boy Michael Palin spent hours on Sheffield Midland Station train-spotting. Now he fulfils every enthusiast's dream - a journey from
Euston to Kyle of Lochalsh. Producer KEN STEPHINSON BBC Manchester
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The video eye on wildlife with Michael Jordan Nick Davies and Peaches Golding
This week the first pictures from the Somerset barn owls, where the chicks are now two weeks old; how the swift family is faring in the roof of their city house; and the third 'livewatch' comes from the Wash, where a colony of common seals should be swimming right up to outside broadcast cameras.
Explorer Tony Wooldridge and mountaineer Chris Bonington debate Tony's exclusive photographs allegedly showing a yeti - and the astonishing story of how those pictures were taken! Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol
appeals on behalf of The
Anti-Slavery Society - (reg no 214385) - the world's oldest human rights organisation. It is a tragic fact that slavery still thrives today, and over 100 million of its victims are children.
Please send donations,
Preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to The Anti-Slavery Society, [address removed]
with Jan Leeming Weather News
Cliff Michelmore visits Dame Cicely Saunders in south
London at her home close to St Christopher's Hospice which she founded 19 years ago. Dame Cicely trained to be a doctor in her 30s, and has Pioneered new techniques of medical and pastoral care for the dying. 'I think there have been miracles.... but far more often we get the miracle of somebody who doesn't get any better, but the whole situation changes from pain and despair into courage and joy.'
Her choice of music is sung at St Bartholomew the Great in Smithfield by the Choir of St Bartholomew's, conducted by BRIAN BROCKLESS. Assistant producers STEPHEN BENSON and LELIA GUINERYGREEN
Producer DAVID KREMER
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
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starring Deborah Raffin Diane Lane
When Lena Canada joins the staff at Brown House, a home for handicapped children, she is immediately drawn to the enigmatic Karen - a seriously-ill 15-year-old who refuses to respond or communicate. Lena's concern and dedication finally breaks through when Karen admits to her most personal secret - an obsession with Elvis Presley. Convinced it will aid her therapy, Karen helps the young girl to write to her idol, but the weeks pass and there is no reply ...
Featuring the children and teachers from the DR GORDON TOWNSEND SCHOOL of Calgary, Canada
Screenplay by HESPER ANDERSON
Based on the book To Elvis with Love by LENA CANADA
Produced by MICHAEL VINER Directed by GUS TRIKONIS
(First showing on British television. Postponed from 22 June)
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with Jan Leeming
by JULIAN GLOAG
A weekend at the Darleys'.
Oliver and May, each for their own reasons, have invited their granddaughter Miranda without telling each other. As a first-year medical student, Miranda knows exactly how to deal with old age. Her father Rupert turns up hearing his own news.
Unexpectedly, the surviving Darleys have all assembled. Designer DUGALD FINDLAY Producer BILL BRYDEN Director GUY SLATER BBC Scotland
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Minding Other People's Business
In the series of debates in search of a moral code for modem man, this week Rabbi Julia Neuberger tackles the question of responsibility. She asks panellists
Chad Varah , Andrew Alexander ,
Dr Sheila Cassidy and Donald Woods whether they believe they are their brother's keeper.
Where does shared duty end and invasion of privacy begin? In an age when we cannot plead ignorance about world-wide need, where is it practical to draw the line of intervention? Should we choose to take the world on our shoulders or should we assume responsibility only for those near us?
Director ANNE RICHARDSON Producer FRANCES GUMLEY
Series producer JAMES MURRAY
A Black Country walk with Chris Baines
'Most landscape architects seem to do nothing else but create new landscapes - I seem to spend a great deal of my time battling to save old landscapes and then trying to find someone to look after them.' Chris Baines , walking near his home in Stourbridge, visits the oases of green space, many now threatened by development, which have traditionally provided recreation for thousands of industrial workers.
Director ANTHONY GEFFEN
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY (E)
A free leaflet, produced with the English Tourist Board, can be obtained by sending sae (220mm x 110mm) to Favourite Walks, [address removed]
from Aachen, West Germany. After three gruelling days of competition, the top four riders have today been riding each other's horses to decide the individual world champion.
Television presentation ARD