6.45 Business Economics: The Crisp Revolution
7.10 Inorganic Chemistry: Bonding
7.35 Images: Diffraction in Action
8.0 Database: Management System
8.25 Topology: Complex Loci
Chloe Ashcroft and guests say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Dress up and Imagine...? Musician PAUL READE
Director BRIAN JAMESON
Series producer CHRISTINE HEWITT Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
with Bryan Murray and Cyril Nri
Why did the Prophet
Muhammad hide in a cave, and why is Robert Douglas willing to risk his life every time the lifeboat is launched? Director CELIA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY BBC North West (R)
Innertube Action and The Peachy Cobbler
Fred Harris and Lesley Judd with some of the best items from the recent series.
Innovation is a risky business, though it can sometimes pay off. Micro Live talks to Sir Clive Sinclair and looks at a ship with wings. Producer TERRY MARSH
Series editor DAVID ALLEN (e)
These characters share their experiences:
Nell Herring, an East-end cockney; the late Dame Geraldine Aves , once a distinguished civil servant;
Walter and Daisy Baxby , who enjoy the freedom of retirement together; and Marion Green , a widow who feels she is growing up again. Film editor PETER DELFGOU
Produced by LUCY PARKER (R) (e)
A celebration of Holy
Communion for Whit Sunday from Portsmouth Cathedral. The preacher and celebrant is the Provost,
The Very Rev David Stancliffe Hymns: Come Holy Ghost; Come down, 0 love divine; Love divine, all loves excelling
Anthems: 0 Lord give thy holy spirit (Tallis); Listen, sweet dove (Ives); Ubi caritas (Berthier)
Readings: Genesis 11: w 1-9;
Acts 11: w 1-18; John 7: vv 37-39
Master of music ANTHONY FROGGATT Organist DAVID THORNE Producer ERNEST REA BBC Bristol
An audience of deaf and hard-of-hearing people question the main parties on Election issues in a discussion chaired by Clive Mason and interpreted by John Lee. Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE
(Part 2 tomorrow, BBC2 3. 0 pm) (e)
with Les Cottington and Philip Wrixon
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
with Fred Emery and Vivian White Starting with News Summary
Reflections on the past week's campaign and an assessment of the party fortunes with leading political commentators. Producers
CATHY HOLT . VIRGINIA ASHCOMBE Deputy editor COLIN STANBRIDGE Editor PAUL NORRIS Book:
Number 10 Downing Street - an illustrated history of the Prime
Minister's official residence, from booksellers, price £10.95.
by Gilly Fraser and Liane Aukin.
"Prison is supposed to repay society, but how do I repay all the others? You tell me. How will it ever come straight?"
Concludes the season of films featuring the dynamic Hollywood star. Today also with Tony Curtis
Ernest Borgnine Janet Leigh
The turbulent, barbaric world of the marauding Vikings is colourfully portrayed in this spectacular ninth-century saga. Kirk Douglas and Tony Curtis star as two half-brothers vying for the love of a captive princess. Their bitter conflict culminates in a duel to the death on the towering ramparts of an English castle.
Screenplay by CALDER WILLINGHAM From the novel The Viking by EDISON MARSHALL
Produced by JERRY BRESLER Director RICHARD FLEISCHER
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presents a television first.
The Great Gonzo attempts to wrestle a brick while completely blindfolded.
Edgar Bergen guest-stars with his friends Charley McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd, and Fozzie is upstaged by a dummy.
Producer JIM HENSON
Bustin' Out All Over
The wascally wabbit relives childhood chases with infant Elmer Fudd.
Written, produced and directed by CHUCK JONES (R)
Why are animals often most miserable when humans are happiest? Desmond Morris and Sarah Kennedy find out today as they explore the high life and the low life of the animals of London.
Desmond meets the Queen's horse. Burmese; visits the Pooches' Palace, where dogs are fed on steak and champagne; and discovers why one of Britain's most successful comedy writers, Carla Lane , enjoys living with a menagerie. And the prize-winning novelist,
Kingsley Amis, devotes his latest poem to Sarah - his cat. Meanwhile, at the other side of town, Sarah reports from the Battersea Dogs Home. More than two and a half million lost or unwanted dogs have been taken there since the home first opened in 1850. Today around 700 are waiting for a new life to begin. How many will find it? Researchers
POLLY PHILLIPS , FIONA COUPER Director KATE KINNINMONT Producer IAN CHRISTIE Editor DAVID MARTIN BBC Scotland
with Debbie Thrower Weather
For Whit Sunday from St Albans
Thousands of young people from all over the diocese of St Albans use their Easter holiday weekend to go on pilgrimage from their own churches to the great cathedral church for a standing-room-only service.
This year Pam Rhodes joined them on their walk to find out how the spirit of God is at work in the lives of young people today.
Thine be the glory (Maccabeus); Guide me, 0 thou great redeemer
At the name of Jesus (Camberwell); Make me a channel of your peace; Father, we love you;
And did those feet (Jerusalem); Come sing the praise of Jesus Producers HELEN ALEXANDER DAVID KREMER
Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
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The return of the five-part drama tracing the experiences of a group of disparate Australians in World War I. Starring
1: The Great Adventure August 1914. When the 'mother country' declares war on Germany, the call goes out across Australia for volunteers to fight for the Empire. It is answered by a group of men from different backgrounds, with different aspirations, for different reasons. In the 8th Battalion of the Australian Imperial
Force they find comradeship and laughter as they train for the battlefields of France.
But the laughter stops when Turkey enters the war and the battalion is thrust into the hell of Gallipoli and given a new identity: the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps -the ANZACS.
Written by JOHN DIXON
Produced by GEOFF BURROWES Directed by PINO AMENTA
JOHN DIXON. GEORGE MILLER (R)
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Lady Thea Barrington:
Sir Rupert Barrington:
The Rev George Lonsdale:
David Lloyd George:
with Magnus Magnusson
After nearly six months of intense competition, the five finalists out of the original 64 contenders now seek the coveted title of Mastermind 1987. The quarterdeck of the Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, is the impressive setting for this final, and the winner will receive the specially engraved Caithness glass trophy from Admiral Sir Julian Oswald, Commander-in-Chief, Fleet.
The five contenders are:
Margaret Spiller (civil servant) - The life and times of Emperor Nero, AD37-68
John Crippin (schoolteacher) - BBC Radio comedy, 1940-1970
Jeremy Bradbrooke (general practitioner) - The Crimean War, 1853-56
Jill McFatridge (area reporter) - The life and times of Ferdinand of Aragon, 1452-1516
Mike Billson (milkman) - The American Indian wars, 1850-1890
Admiral Sir Julian
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
Director ROBIN BEXTOR
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor JOHN MORRELL
by the Liberal/SDP Alliance
with Martyn Lewis Weather
In aid of The Save the Children Fund. In the presence of HRH The Princess Anne, hosted by Alvin Stardust , starring:
Philip Bailey , Steve Camp
Chris Corcoran , Helen Gelzer David Grant , Steve Green Paul Nicholas
Jimmy Ruffin , Russ Taff Marti Webb
Deniece Williams Sound JOHN CAULFIELD Producer JIM MURRAY
(An edited version of the programme shown in March 1986)
A six-part series.
5: Tourism and Tradition The golden beaches of the Algarve are justly famous, but tourism in Portugal has much more to offer - sample the pousadas, monasteries and castles converted into luxury hotels, or the casas antigas, magnificent manor houses. Discover too the fun of the fair while shopping in a market or a Lisbon boutique. Presented by Roberta Fox Film editor JOHN L. BAKER
Film cameraman IAN PUNTER Production assistant ELIZABETH MCDOWELL Producer TERRY DOYLE
Dunhill British Masters The last day's play.