6.45 Ways of Studying Children
7.10 Semi-Conductors and the Sun
7.35 Evolution: Adaptive Radiation
8.0 Elastomers: Properties and Models
8.25 Computing: The Systems Analyst
Floella Benjamin and Fred Harris say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas. Story: The First Rains by PETER BONNICI and LISA KOPPER
Musicians MICHAEL OMER WILL HILL . MARTIN FRITH
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Jean Vanier, founder of L'Arche, sees in the resurrection of Jesus a fact which compels his followers to live as risen people - sharing their lives with those in need, celebrating and rising with them in hope. Director LELIA GUINERY-GREEN Producer DAVID CRAIG (R)
In the Family
One situation many families have to face is when an old person loses a partner. After his wife died Ernest Broome lived on his own. Should he move in with his daughter or take sheltered accommodation? Researcher MAGGIE WINKWORTH Produced by LUCY PARKER (R) (e)
Another chance to see some of the best of the recent series of Micro Live.
Music and Movement A professional music sequencer and stunning computer graphics from Monte Carlo.
Producer TERRY MARSH
Series editor DAVID ALLEN (e)
Let All the World
A service of thanksgiving and praise for the diamond jubilee of the Royal School of Church Music from the Royal Albert Hall, London, in the presence of HM The Queen.
Traditional hymns and anthems, with special commissions by WILLIAM MATTHIAS and RICHARD SHEPHARD , are sung by a choir of 850 drawn from churches associated with the RSCM, with the Michael Laird Brass Ensemble under the direction of Lionel Dakers , Director of the RSCM.
Taking part in the service are the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Cardinal
Archbishop of Westminster and the Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council. Introduced by Stephen Darlington , organist of Christ Church, Oxford. Organist MARTIN HOW Sound ROY BRADSHAW
Lighting PETER GREENYER Director DAVID KREMER Producer DAVID CRAIG
Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
Last of a six-part introduction to the language and people. Language and Culture
Presented by Roberta Fox (R)(e)
Another chance to see recent programmes with sign language and subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
History on Your Doorstep - Reading the Landscape
Few people driving up the M1 realise that the route has been used since prehistoric times. Within a few yards of the service station at Watford Gap there is a Roman road, an 18th-century canal, a 19th-century railway and a 20th-century motorway. Your guides - Christopher Taylor and Fred Housego. Film editor Hugh Tasman Producer Bryn Brooks
Les Cottington and Philip Wrixon report on the news, life and business of the countryside.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON
BBC Pebble Mill
Search in Limbo
When Ben Cartwright is accused of murder, his only alibi is a blank memory! Written by DON ingalls Directed by LEO PENN (R)
Little Joe Cartwright:
Papoose on the Loose and Salmon Loafer
by Jane Hollowood and Tony McHale.
"They're coming.... the judges. They've just been to the Dagmar and now they're coming here".
Beginning a season of films featuring one of Hollywood's most popular singing stars. Today with Jeff Richards Russ Tamblyn
This exuberant multi-million dollar box-office success won an Oscar for its musical score which includes 'Bless your beautiful hide', 'Goin' co'rtin' and 'Sobbin' women'.
In Oregon in 1860, farmer
Adam Pontipee returns from a visit to town with a wife,
Milly. What he has omitted to tell her in their short acquaintance is that he also has six unruly bachelor brothers living with him! The brides: The brothers:
Based on the story The Sobbin'
Women by STEPHEN VINCENT BENET Lyrics by JOHNNY MERCER Music by GENE DE PAUL
Produced by JACK CUMMINGS Directed by STANLEY DONEN
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The Rev Elcott:
Today: Pink Panzer, Le Feets Defeat, Pink on the Cob (R)
Today's guest star, comedian Steve Martin , finds that he actually has to audition for the show! Well, if 'Rambling guy' doesn't get them, his spectacular balloon animals surely will.
Even Statler and Waldorf attempt to get their names in lights, and Gonzo learns that you should never perform with dancing cheeses. Producer jim HENSON
This year Aled Jones retired from singing at the age of 16! Before he did so he recorded this series of programmes featuring his favourite music - arias, ballads and folk songs. Appearing with him in this first programme are Cantabile
Ingrid Surgenor and Huw Tregelles Williams Lighting STAN JONES Sound GEOFF ATKINS Camera KEN WENSLEY Producers
J. MERVYN WILLIAMS. HEFIN OWEN An opus 3 production
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A series of six programmes about the glories of steam trains.
Introduced by Miles Kington
1: Travels with a Duchess Miles investigates the workings of the Duchess of Hamilton, one of Britain's most famous passenger trains, from its building in the 1930s to the present day. Rescued from America, then from Butlin's, it is back in full working order. Miles takes a trip as the Duchess sallies forth for a work-out on the ruggedly beautiful Settle-Carlisle line.
Music composed by ROGER LIMB Film editor GEOFFREY MOORE Producer PETER WALTON
' (Rail enthusiasts may be interested in The Little Train to Lynton, part 1 tomorrow on BBC2 at 10.0pm)
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with Debbie Thrower
with Thora Hird
'Tonight, as it's our last night together on Praise Be!, I think we should have hymns that give thanks to God for all our past blessings, and hymns of dedication and commitment for the future.'
To mark the end of the series, Thora includes the most-requested hymn, 'The old rugged cross', and she also calls in at the Royal Bath and West Show in Shepton Mallett , where she talks to visitors about their favourite hymns.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus (Morning Light); How much more? We can walk together; I need thee every hour; Will your anchor hold?, Take my life and let it be
(Consecration Hymn); The old rugged cross; Now thank we all our God (Nun Danket); The day thou gavest. Lord, is ended (St Clement)
Director VALETTA STALLABRASS
Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN
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A five-part drama tracing the experiences of a group of disparate Australians in World War I. Starring
4: Fields of Fire
Passchendaele, Flanders 1917: the Anzac forces are the only thing that stand between the Germans and victory. Martin angers Kate by seeking a job on the general staff. Flanagan settles a score with 'Dingo', and Bill Harris 's secret is at last revealed.
Written by JOHN DIXON
Produced by GEOFF BURROWES Directed by PINO AMENTA
JOHN DIXON. GEORGE MILLER (R)
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Sir Rupert Barrington:
Lady Thea Barrington:
The Rev George Lonsdale:
David Lloyd George:
Written by CARLA LANE
Title song by DAVBD MACKAY Directed by SUSAN BELBIN
Produced by ROBIN NASH (R)
Man at docks:
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 Associate producer BRYHER SCUDAMORE
Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Editor JOHN MORRELL
Debbie Thrower ; Weather
A series of debates.
What is the future for the family? The extended family was once the basic unit of economic survival; this century has brought the nuclear family - but now that structure is also being challenged. The single-parent family and other groupings are increasing, but are they emotionally and morally satisfactory? Is it time to redefine the family? Is the disintegration of the family producing a generation of neglected, abused and disruptive children?
The discussion is chaired by Rabbi Julia Neuberger with Louis Blom-Cooper , QC, chairman of the enquiries into the deaths of Jasmine Beckford and Kimberly Carlile ; Virginia Bottomley, jp, mp and former social worker; Dr Brian Lask , consultant psychiatrist at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children; and Jean
La Fontaine, president of the Royal Anthropological
Institute, who is currently studying child abuse in Britain.
Director ALEX LAIRD
Assistant producer JULIE LOYD Producer SIMON HAMMOND
Series producer JAMES MURRAY
Highlights of the final day of the European Cup meeting in Prague, where Britain's men and women were trying to build on their 1985 team positions - fourth and third respectively. Watch out for another explosive performance by the men's 4 x 400 squad!
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY Television presentation CST. Czechoslovakia