7.35 Calculus: Symbols and Equations
8.0 Database: Information Systems
8.25 Topological Surfaces
Chloe Ashcroft lain Lauchlan and Brian Jameson say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
I here's a rather funny gluggle When you 're pulling out the Pluggle
Story: Sixes and Sevens by JOHN YEOMAN
"lustrations by QUENTIN BLAKE
Musicians PETER GOSLING. DAVE MOSES
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
with Bryan Murray and Lynne Kieran
Who is the mysterious stranger who walks the city at night, and what would
Persuade 300 children to go without their dinner? Script editor NOEL VINCENT director CEUA THOMSON producer JUDY MERRY
BBC North West
A series in which viewers are united by television in a simple service of Prayer and reflection. introduced by Ann Easter from the home of David Scott in Newcastle upon Tyne. director MARK WADDINGTON Producer NOEL VINCENT series producer DAVID CRAIG
A programme reflecting the events and issues, culture and personalities of Asian communities around the country.
An ASIAN UNIT presentation
BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Professor Ian Fells of Newcastle University and Carol Mather.
Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian, featuring film specially shot in Italy, and presented by Lilly Lembo Lambert and Enrico Verdecchia
16: Rivediamo un po'...
Revision - talking to a lady who makes lace, and the Young cathedral organist. film editor RODERICK LONGHURST
MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R) (e)
A sequence of yoga movements that builds up day by day into a routine that will stretch and exercise the entire body.
The Head Roll and Eye Rotations
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RAMSDEN (R) (e)
with Klaus Romer
Peter Fiddick looks at the regular Arts coverage. Zeit im Bild 1
Another chance to see recent programmes with sign-language and subtitles added. Today: Discovering Animals - Badgers and Pine Martens Tony Soper is in the New Forest where he watches for badgers and then, in Scotland, he hopes for his first glimpse of the rare pine marten.
Film editor HUGH TASMAN
Series producer BRYN BROOKS Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
American agriculture is drowning in a sea of debt.
Farmers owe the banks over $200 billion, dwarfing the national debt of many third world countries. Yet with crop prices at a 50-year low, interest goes unpaid, putting thousands of farmers out of business and threatening America's whole banking system.
This second special report on farming in the United States searches for solutions to the deepening crisis and asks: 'Will it happen here?' 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. Reporter VIVIAN WHITE Producers
CATHY HOLT. ROSALEEN HUGHES Director VICTOR MELLENEY
Deputy editor COLIN STANBRIDGE Editor PAUL NORRIS
by Maureen Chadwick and Charlie Humphreys.
'Chelle, I got the greatest respect for you in the world, and I know I owe you, but don't lean on me...'
Continues the BBCtv tribute to Cary Grant who died last year.
Today with Joan Fontaine
Sensitive society girl Lina McLaidlaw marries popular man-about-town Johnnie Aysgarth. At first they are happy but when she discovers he is an embezzler and perhaps a murderer she begins to fear for her own life.
This was the first of four films which Grant made with Hitchcock and it provided him with one of his finest roles. Equally memorable is Joan Fontaine who won an Academy Award for her performance.
Films: page 18
Based on the book "Before the Fact" by:
A preview of some of the nominations for tomorrow night's presentation at the Grosvenor House. London. Introduced by Mike Smith Production MICHAEL HURLL
(The British Record Industry Awards 1987 tomorrow at 7.30 pm)
from Sarajevo, featuring The Exhibition Gala
ALAN WEEKS describes the informal routines of Europe's latest skating stars as they celebrate their success in party mood to entertain their Yugoslav hosts, while
BARRY DAVIES looks back on the competitive week here in the Zetra ice stadium. Television presentation by JRT. Yugoslavia Producers
JIM RESIDE. ALASTAIR SCOTT
Introduced by Hugh Scully
German silver, Chinese vases, Turkish pistols and a huge Victorian painting keep the experts busy when they visit Newcastle upon Tyne.
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
'Normality' for an 18-year-old growing up in Belfast has been a lifetime of bitter sectarian strife.
Eamonn Holmes visits his native city, where the graffiti ask 'Is there life before death?'. He talks to some of the young people about their lives and faith in such an environment. ANDREW CUMMINGS lost his policeman father in a booby-trap explosion;
CLARE MCCULLOUGH 's brother and JENNIFER CANAVAN 'S father were the victims of sectarian assassinations.
In the modern Roman Catholic church of St
Bernadette, the Christian
Education Movement brings them, the Methodist College Orchestra, and a thousand others together.
Thine be the glory (Maccabaeus);
0 Lord of life (Forest Green): At the name of Jesus; Bridge over troubled water; Great is thy faithfulness;
Make me a channel of your peace; Be not afraid: I vow to thee my country (Flight of the earls)
Conductor HAVELOCK NELSON Researcher CHRIS LOUGHLIN Producer JAMES SKELLY Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
by ROY CLARKE starring
Michael Aldridge Bill Owen
Peter Sallis with Jane Freeman Joe Gladwin
Kathy Staff in The Ice-cream Man Cometh Compo's craving for ice-cream in remote places gives Seymour the idea that the time could be right for bringing back the old 'stop-me-and-buy-one' mobile ice-cream vendor. All that is required to take ice-cream into the countryside is a bike, a well-stocked fridge, a uniform and a volunteer ...
Stunt 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
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Alan J. W.
by AGATHA CHRISTIE
Dramatised in two parts by T.R. BOWEN. Starring with Peter Tilbury Margaret Tyzack Helen Cherry
1: 'Mr Rafiel has asked me to investigate a ... oh dear ... he tells me nothing.... I'm quite bewildered. It's like being told to do a crossword puzzle without any of the clues.'
Music composed by KEN HOWARD Film sound DENNIS PANCHEN Film editor FRANCES PARKER Photography JOHN WALKER
Produced by GEORGE GALLACCIO Directed by DAVID TUCKER (Part 2 next week)
W FEATURE: page 85
Golden Boar receptionist:
with Magnus Magnusson
Tonight's four contenders all come from the south and west of England and compete in the drama theatre of the College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth.
Mira Little (retired) The life and films of Greta Garbo
(House of Commons clerk) Sino-Soviet relations, 1949-1976
(lecturer and writer)
John Stow and his survey of London
(retired headmaster) The life and plays of J.B. Priestley
Lighting DENNIS BUTCHER
Assistant producer MARY CRAIG Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer PETER MASSEY
Applications to take part in the next series of Mastermind are invited. Requests for an application form should be made on a postcard (to arrive by 27 February) to
Mastermind, BBCtv, London W12 8QT
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
The Madonna of Medjugorje The Virgin Mary appears on a hillside in a remote village in Yugoslavia. Six children see her, touch her and hear her voice. She says she has come as the Queen of Peace. She urges believers to pray, fast and do penance. She says that the West has lost God and that Russia will come to glorify the Lord.
The local clergy dismiss the children's story, but soon huge crowds are gathering on the hill. The police move in, fearful that the religious stirrings are a sign of counter-revolution among the Catholic population.
Gradually the testimony of the child visionaries wins over their families and friends. The parish priest becomes a believer.
Supernatural signs are seen in the area; healings are reported and the crowds keep coming. Within six years
Medjugorje shows signs of becoming another Lourdes - with the differences that it has all happened in a Marxist country, and that the apparitions are still going on to this day.
Narrated by Eileen Atkins Photography JOHN GOODYER Film editor RICHARD SEEL Producer ANGELA TILBY
Series producer DANIEL WOLF
A series of six programmes 4: Making Money, or Making Sense?
If you see a need for a product and industry doesn't want to know, how do you turn your idea into reality? The London Innovation Network may be the answer.
Film editor DAI VAUGHAN
Producer LAN WOOLF (R) (e)
The Study of Variable Stars
Studies of variable stars form a very important part of the work of modern amateur astronomers. In this programme, Patrick Moore describes how the amateurs work and also gives the latest news about the variable star R Coronae, which periodically veils itself behind clouds of soot. Producer PIETER MORPURGO