6.45 Data on Cars
7.10 Computing: Critical Path
7.35 Modelling in Comfort
8.0 Whales and Whaling
8.25 Chemistry: Nitrogen Fixation (1)
Stuart McGugan and Elizabeth Watts say Hallo Again
Story: A Cat's Tale DyRIKKICATE
Illustrated by SHIRLEY HUGHES
Musicians PAUL READE , ALAN GRAHAME Producer MARTIN FISHER Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Rediscovering religious belief Creeds and Consequences John Bowker , Dean of Trinity, looks at the uses and abuses of creeds in the great religious traditions and asks whether the churches should abolish them as a necessary condition of being a Christian.
"irector STEVE BENSON Producer DAVID CRAIG
Margaret Collingwood Joins John Archer at his home in Chandler's Ford,
Hampshire. Today's theme is Creeds and Consequences.
Director HELEN ALEXANDER
Series producer DAVID CRAIG
with Azmat Bajwa
Today's special guest is film star Rekha. Well known for her acting and dancing, she has now added singing to her talents. Recently she came to Britain for a few concerts and during her visit talked to Asian Magazine about her life and work.
Producer WASEEM MAHMOOD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL
BBC Pebble Mill
with Robert Lacey France : The Marquis de Ganay
The Chateau of Courances is one of the most beautiful in France. But wealth taxes have forced Jean Louis , the Present Marquis, to open his home to the public.
Series producer JOHN BIRD Producer RUTH JACKSON
With the first signs of spring, wild geese fly from Britain to their nesting grounds in the high Arctic.
Narrator Douglas Leach
Film editor BERNARD ROUGHTON Produced by ROBIN PRYTHERCH BBC Bristol (R)
The fourth of six films depicting the lives of three of Britain's wild creatures. Mordicus the Buzzard (2) by JOSEPHINE POOLE and SIMON KING
Mordicus, the youngest of three buzzard chicks, has survived the handicaps of his early days and begins to fend for himself. But life still has a few setbacks in store. Photography SIMON KING Produced by JOHN KING BBC South West (R)
A chance to see recent BBC programmes, with sign language and subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Open Space - Cameron and Danny Go Flapping
Cameron Marsden spends all his time flapping. Unofficial dog racing that is. During one race Danny broke his leg and was to have been put down. Cameron saved his life, believing his secret training methods could get the dog racing again. But can Danny get back to winning form in time for the big one?
Producer MICHAEL MACCORMACK Director RAY HOUGH
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington Leslie Cottington and Claire Powell Producers
KEN POLLOCK. MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
starring Lome Greene as Ben Michael Landon as Little Joe Dan Blocker as Hoss Mitch Vogel as Jamie with Bradford Dillman as Griff Bannon Face of Fear
Bannon joins the Ponderosa as a ranch-hand, little knowing that Jamie and his schoolfriend have witnessed his part in a murder ... Written by KEN PETTUS
Directed by CHRIS CHRISTENBERRY (R)
by Billy Hamon and Bill Lyons.
'It's blackmail, innit? This way we'll never get rid of him'.
Continuing the season of films featuring the great Hollywood star. Today with Frank Sinatra
The commander of a band of guerillas, stationed in the Burmese jungle and recovering from injuries received in an unexpected
Japanese attack, falls in love with the mistress of an arms profiteer.
Screenplay by MILLARD KAUFMAN Produced by EDMUND GRAINGER Directed by JOHN STURGES
(Steve McQueen is in The Hunter tomorrow at 10.10pm)
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Capt Danny De Mortimer:
The world's major aerospace companies have been showing their wares all week to potential buyers at this international air show and exhibition. New aircraft and armaments as well as innovative aerospace ideas are on display at this biennial event. Highlights of the show are the two new experimental aircraft - France's Rafale and British Aerospace's EAP, as well as the RAF Red Arrows. Which Airborne Early
Warning system should the RAF buy? Will it be GEC's Nimrod or the Boeing consortium's E-3 AWACS? Or maybe an outsider will win this lucrative contract. Can rival aerospace companies successfully compete and, then 'go to bed' over engine and airframe contracts?
Chris Serle and Raymond Baxter host the programme and try to find the answers to these questions and guide you through the displays of static and flying aircraft. Engineering managers
GEOFF HIGGS. JOHN WILSON Production RICK GARDNER
Organised by the SOCIETY OF BRITISH AEROSPACE COMPANIES
Presented by Bruce Fogle , Jan Batchelor Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton i Bruce Fogle looks back at the past 50 years of our favourite dogs from the alsatian to the poodle and discusses the awful dangers I of overbreeding.
Jan Batchelor 's report is from
Langford Veterinary School r where she learns what it ' takes to make a vet.
While Wayne Mockett is ! down on a farm helping a vet to cut a bull's toe-nails. And don't forget the phone-in! Directors
DEREK NELSON and DAVID BARRETT Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS
appeals on behalf of The David Lewis Centre for Epilepsy (reg no 221391) Anyone can suffer from epilepsy and for young people it can make finding a job and place to live virtually impossible.
The centre aims to provide accommodation and specialist help for 18- to
30-year-olds, so enabling them to become independent and to return to the community. Please send donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque to: The David Lewis Appeal Fund, [address removed]
with Jan Leeming Weather News
From the South Downs.
Nestling in the Cuckmere Valley, on the eastern edge of the Sussex Downs, is the village of Alfriston. The annual village festival is a time when the locals enjoy themselves with a tug-of-war, wellie-throwing, river races and all the fun of the fair.
They end the day by singing their favourite hymns on the village green.
This year Christians from all over the South Downs are also taking Part. Many will be walking to the event, like pilgrims of previous ages who passed through Alfriston on their way to Canterbury.
Sally Magnusson meets villagers and pilgrims who choose their favourite songs of praise.
Shall we gather at the river? (Lowry); To be a pilgrim (Monks Gate); Fight the good fight (Duke Street); How comely the evening (Elgar); Fair waved the golden corn (Carlisle); Lord of the dance; The Lord's my shepherd (Crimond); Jerusalem (Parry).
Records or cassettes: Your Songs of Praise Choice, REC/ZCM 469; Songs of Praise Vol 2, REC/ZCM 338 from retailers
written by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring
JOM YARDLEY-JONES, DEREK EVANS "oduced and directed by HAROLD SNOAD
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A serial in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR
Written by LIONEL GOLDSTEIN
'...without Claude and his designs I might as well not bother, Ken. I need him!'
Title music SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE
Film cameraman JOHN Williams
Designer NIGEL JONES
Script editor JOHN BRASON
Director SARAH HELLINGS
Producer GERARD GLAISTER
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by JOHN SULLIVAN
The Miracle of Peckham Del 's attempt to help the local parish church is thwarted when rain stops play.
Designer MARK SEVANT
Directed by MANDIE FLETCHER Produced by RAY BUTT
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Man in church:
The second of four parts Based on the book by WILLIAM ALLISON and JOHN FAIRLEY with
Before the Shambles
Costume CHARLOTTE HOLDICH Music GEORGE FENTON
Film editor JOHN STOTHART Photography ANDREW DUNN Designer CHRIS ROBILLIARD Producer RICHARD BROKE Director JIM O'BRIEN
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Lady Angela Forbes:
Aussie gas mask:
Scots gas mask:
with Jan Leeming Weather News
with David Lomax
Week by week as the events of the news unfold, moral dilemmas, controversies and questions are raised which cannot easily be compressed into the black and white summary of a bulletin or headline. But these questions of public and private morality affect us all and inflame passions and prejudices many of us would rather ignore or try to hide.
Reporter David Lomax looks at one of these issues, talks to those who ought to know and tries to discover what is at the 'heart of the matter'. Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
The 1986 Formula One World Championship Italian Grand Prix
Today in Italy, defending
World Champion ALAIN PROST was expected to provide further proof that he is not giving up his title without a fight. His victory last time out in Austria took him to within two points of championship leader NIGEL MANSELL. As the Williams driver struggles to regain his mid-season form he may well reflect that the man who took the Monza laurels last year was ... Alain Prost. The Brazilian pair of NELSON PIQUET and AYRTON SENNA will also want to get back on the winner's rostrum after the 51 laps of today's race around this classic Milanese circuit. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER , JAMES HUNT Television presentation RAI, Italy Producer ROGER MOODY