6.45 The Social Primate: Growing Up
7.10 Shorefields School: A New Reality
7.35 Geologist on the Moon
8-0 Food from the Rain Forest
8.25 Conformation in Proteins
Fred Harris and Sheelagh Gilbey say Hallo Again
Story: Mr Archimedes, Bath by PAMELA ALLAN
Musicians ALLAN ROGERS. WILL HILL director MARTIN FISHER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM
Rediscovering religious belief Creeds and Conduct
John Bowker continues his look at the use and abuse of creeds in the great religious traditions and suggests that the Christian creed began as the password to bring believers into the community of faith. Wrector STEVE BENSON Producer DAVID CRAIG
Count Me In
A series in which viewers are united in a service of prayer and fellowship.
Ann Easter joins Ted Rasey at Morley Manor where he is responsible for a family of handicapped young people and their helpers on behalf of DrBarnardo's.
Producer NOEL VINCENT
Series producer DAVID CRAIG
People from the Indian sub-continent have been in Britain since the end of the 17th century. The presence of Princes and maharajas is well documented. Now, for the first time, the history of ordinary people is told by Rozina Visram , in her book Ayahs, Lascars and Princes. This book covers Indians in Britain from 1700 to 1947. In today's programme Rozina reveals the fascinating research into her book, the Plight of ayahs (maids) in Hackney, and the conditions in which wounded soldiers of the First World War lived in Brighton Pavilion.
Music is by Feroza Begum who sings a ghazal. producer BISH MEHAY
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
with Robert Lacey Italy: The Marquis Frescobaldi
The Marquis is the head of one of Florence's oldest titled families. series producer JOHN BIRD
Producer JEREMY BENNETT (R)
Black-winged stilts gracefully pirouette in courtship alongside colonies of wood storks, skimmers and egrets. Salton Sea, California, is a refuge.... for wildlife.
Presented by Keith Hopkins Photographed and produced by STEPHEN MILLS BBC Bristol
The fifth of six films depicting the lives of three of Britain's wild creatures.
Toran, the Dartmoor Pony (1) by JOSEPHINE POOLE and JOHN KING
Toran is born on Dartmoor during a storm. He grows and plays, safe within the security and protection of the herd. Then his father, the lead stallion, has an accident! Photography SIMON KING Produced by JOHN KING BBC South West (R)
A fortnightly magazine programme for people who are deaf and hard-of-hearing. News, views and entertainment, with sign language and subtitles. Introduced by Maggie Woolley
Clive Mason and John Lee Produced by CHARLES PASCOE
with Philip Wrixon Dan Cherrington Leslie Cottington and Claire Powell Producers
KEN POLLOCK , MARTIN SMALL
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
starring with The Rattlesnake Brigade
En route to their execution, a group of vicious criminals escape taking Jamie and three of his friends hostage. Written by GORDON T. DAWSON Directed by WILLIAM WIARD (R)
by Gilly Fraser and Jane Hollowood.
'We're all working men... those of us that can get work'.
Concludes the season featuring the great
Hollywood star. Today with Paul Newman
Faye Dunaway Fred Astaire
Richard Chamberlain San Francisco's 'Glass Tower' is the pride of the city. At 138 stories high it is the world's tallest skyscraper. Guests, celebrities and dignitaries flock to the inauguration party - unaware that a night of unbelievable terror awaits them. An all-star cast headed by Steve McQueen as the fire chief was assembled for this successful and exciting disaster movie. Screenplay by STIRLING SILLIPHANT
Based on two novels: The Tower by RICHARD MARTIN STERN and The Glass Inferno by THOMAS M SCORTIA and FRANK M ROBINSON
Produced by IRWIN ALLEN
Directed by JOHN GUILLERMIN
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Today: Sparkplug Pink
Sonic Broom, Pink Breakfast in)
Presented by Bruce Fogle , Jan Batchelor Wayne Mockett and Dale Winton
Tonight Jan Batchelor introduces a pet dog into a hospital ward to help care for old people. Bruce Fogle finds out what it's like to keep a 'wild' pet and Wayne goes husky racing. directors YVONNE DEUTSCHMAN and DEREK NELSON producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer STEVE TIMMINS
with Jan Leeming Weather News
from Lytham St Annes
One hundred years ago, 27 lifeboatmen died assisting the German barque Mexico. Cliff Michelmore meets
ARTHUR WIGNALL , coxswain of the present lifeboat;
WYN SAUNDERS , who at 89 still plays table tennis; and PAULINE KNOTT , whose faith is challenged by her work at ERNIE'S seaside headquarters. Residents and visitors are joined by supporters of the RNLI at the old Lifeboat House on Lytham Green.
With THE LYTHAM MUSIC SCHOOL WIND BAND directed by IAN WHITTAKER conductor PETER JEBSON
Praise, my soul; Lead us, heavenly Father (Mannheim); Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita); All hail the Power of Jesus' name (Diadem): Great is thy faithfulness; Rock of ages (Petra); Will your anchor hold; Guide me, 0 thou great Redeemer (Cwm Rhondda)
Producer NOEL VINCENT Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Manchester
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written by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY starring Richard Briers
Penelope Wilton , Peter Egan with Stanley Lebor Geraldine Newman Designer
TOM YARDLEY-JONES Produced and directed by HAROLD SNOAD
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A serial in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR starring
Written by LIONEL GOLDSTEIN 3: 'Profit. It's all you people think about, isn't it,
Mr Masters ? And loss.'
SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE Film cameraman JOHN WILLIAMS Designer JIM HATCHARD
Script editor JOHN BRASON
Director TRISTAN DE VERE COLE Producer GERARD GLAISTER
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de Vere Cole
Sir John Stevens:
The Longest Night
When the Trotters go shopping they have no idea of what's in store!
Woman in kiosk:
The third of four parts by ALAN BLEASDALE Based on the book by WILLIAM ALLISON and JOHN FAIRLEY with and Cherie Lunghl Philip McGough Timothy West and Penelope Wilton
Aussie gas mask:
Scots gas mask:
Lady Angela Forbes:
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
A series of eight programmes on the mammals of Britain with Tony Soper
On the whole, most animals are very wary of humans.
Humans hunt them, humans kill them. In turn, they avoid people; they are shy, they come out at night. But most wild animals can be observed. In the New Forest Tony Soper watches badgers and in Scotland hopes for his first glimpse of the rare pine marten.
Series producer BRYN BROOKS Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS (R) (E)
The Furthest Depths of the Universe
Astronomers in Australia have just announced the discovery of the most remote object known to science. It is a quasar - an object whose nature is not known with certainty but which is so far away that its light comes to us after a journey which has lasted for longer than the whole history of the Earth. Patrick Moore talks to Professor Sir Francis Graham Smith , the Astronomer Royal, about this remarkable discovery and its significance.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
Sir Francis Graham