Janet Palmer and guests say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas on a make-believe theme.
Books, Play School Play Ideas, 1 and 2, Â£1.25 each; Play School Stories, Â£1.25; Play School Stories 2, Â£1.50; Storytime from Play School, 95p; More Stories from Play School, 50p from booksellers
This morning's service comes from Bamford Chapel near Rochdale.
The worship is led by the minister, The Rev Ivor Rees. The preacher is The Rev Tony Burnham, moderator of the North West district of the United Reformed Church.
Readings (Jerusalem Bible):
Isaiah 55: vv 1-9; Matthew 18: vv 2-5 Hymns: Praise to the Lord the Almighty (Lobe Den Herren); Father of mercies (Lyndhurst Road) Psalm 17: Jesus is Lord
Anthem: Prayer of St Francis (West)
Worship led by:
The Rev Ivor
The Rev Tony
A programme reflecting the events and issues, culture and personalities of Asian communities around the country.
An Asian Unit presentation
BBC Pebble Mill
'Do-it-yourself science presented by Carol Mather and Professor Ian Fells.
In this first programme, the Prime Minister, The Rt Hon Margaret Thatcher , MP, demonstrates her favourite kitchen chemistry experiments and explains why she gave up science for politics; and there's the launch of an exciting competition.
Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian, featuring film specially shot in Italy, and presented by Lilly Lembo Lambert and Enrico Verdecchia
A visit to an old people's home where part of the income is derived from the land it farms. (R) (e)
(Complementary programme on Radio 4 VHF/FM at 5.30 pm)
A sequence of yoga movements that builds up day by day into a routine that will stretch and exercise the entire body. (R) (e)
It's Not Just for the Kids A group of mothers in a housing scheme in Paisley run their own playgroup. (ej
The news from Mainz on West Germany's second channel ZDF, with the results of the General Election.
Klaus Romer helps with the language and the background and Peter Fiddick looks at the German end of the European media scene.
News, views and entertainment, with sign-language and subtitles. Introduced by Maggie WooUey
Clive Mason and John Lee Produced by CHARLES PASCOE
Fifty thousand farmers will go bust in the United States this year - as they did last year, and the year before that. Evoking memories of the 30s, whole agricultural communities are simply loading up their possessions and heading for the cities - leaving their farms to their creditors and their homes to rot.
Memphis, Missouri, is a mid-western farm town on the brink of collapse. Producer MARTIN SMALL BBC Pebble Mill
with Donald MacCormick
Starting with News Summary The weekly programme of lively discussion - making the news with those in power and hearing the views of those who challenge them.
by Michael Robartes and Gerry Huxham.
'They've got to catch this man. Nobody's safe from him'.
Snooker's largest arena, the Wembley Conference Centre, will be packed with an audience of over 2,000 to see the final of this year's Â£200,000 Masters tournament. The top seeds are Steve Davis (No 1) and Cliff THorburn (No 2). Cliff is the current title-holder and also won in 1985, so he will be hoping to make it three in a row.
David Icke introduces the first part of this best-of-17-frames match.
Introduced by Hugh Scully. A pair of 18th-century Irish peat buckets, now used to house hi-fi speakers, are among many curiosities to turn up this week when the experts visit the Georgian city of Bath.
with Jan Leeming
from Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire is a town that's still in its teens.
Ian Gall visits this town of the future and enters the world of haute couture when he talks to CELIA CHRISTMAS, a fashion designer, and the world of high tech when he visits CHRIS CURTIS , a teacher of information technology.
Their chosen hymns are sung by over 1,000 Christians in the Middleton Hall of the shopping centre.
Crown him with many crowns
(Diademata); I will sing the wondrous story (Hyfrydol); Our God reigns: You are my hiding place;
Loving Father; When morning gilds the skies; All my hope on God is founded (Michael); You shall go out with joy
by ROY CLARKE starring Michael Aldridge Bill Owen , Peter Sallis with Jane Freeman Joe Gladwin and Kathy Staff in Who's Feeling Ejected Then?
Seymour comes up with a car-safety device which will not only save lives, but make him rich and famous. With the help of Wesley and a specially made car chassis, the safety seat is tested and it is Compo who goes up in everyone's estimation.
J'unt arranger STUART FELL Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Film cameraman ALAN STEVENS
Film recordist RICHARD MERRICK Film editor JOHN WILKINSON Designer STEPHAN PACZAI Produced and directed by ALAN J.W. BELL
Men outside cafe:
Woman outside cafe:
by Agatha Christie
Dramatised in two parts by Jill Hyem
Starring Joan Hickson as Miss Marple
with George Baker, Caroline Blakiston, Joan Greenwood
"Canon Pennyfather's disappearance may be connected, but it's that poor girl I'm worried about.... I have a dreadful sense of foreboding. You see, in the case of Basil Twisk, there was a death."
Chief Insp Fred Davy:
Det Insp Campbell:
with Magnus Magnusson
The College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth, is host to four contenders from the west of England. In the drama theatre they compete in the challenge for Mastermind 1987.
Peter Bird (writer) Papua New Guinea, 1965-1975, the decade to independence
Joan Bridgman (college lecturer) The life and works of Samuel Beckett
Michael Newman (chartered surveyor) English antiques, 1660-1830
Jeremy Bradbrooke (general practitioner) The Franco-Prussian War, 1870-71
with Jan Leeming Weather
Presented by Esther Rantzen
Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from the letters you send each week.
With Gavin Campbell, Doc Cox, Adrian Mills, Grant Baynham
Bread and Roses
'You need people who are prepared to commit themselves to each other, to their workforce, in order for this country to prosper. That is a Christian thing to do, if it is done on a basis of equality.' Half our waking lives are spent at work. And for most people work means routine laced with competition - a sort of nerve-wracking drudgery. Given our highly developed and sophisticated economy, could our life at work ever be different?
In the past ten years there's been a huge growth in enterprises formed by people who believe it could. Inspired by the example of Ernest Bader , who gave his business to his workforce and started the modern Common Ownership Movement, they have founded nearly 1,500 workers' co-operatives. By the year 2000, at the current rate of increase, there could be a quarter of a million coops in Britain. But can co-operatives provide jobs that are more than 'just a job'?
And can they still be viable businesses at the same time?
One week ago the top 16 players in the world came to Wembley. One of them will tonight become the 1987 Masters champion and be presented with the first prize of Â£51,000.
David Icke introduces the final frames and talks to the winner.