6.45 Computing: System to Analyse
7.10 Digital Measurement
7.35 The Picture Wings of Hawaii
8.0 Management and the School
8.25 Cellular Signals
Jane Hardy , lain Lauchlan Simon Davies and Johnny Ball say Hallo Again. Musicians PAUL READE
ALAN GRAHAME , MARTIN FRITH Story: Stick in the Mud by CHRIS GALER Directors
PENNY LLOYD. JANE TARLETON Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
The Church and the Kingdom Charles Elliott argues that any true discernment of the kingdom of God involves each person as both individual and member of the community. Director LELLA GUINERY-GREEN Producer DAVID CRAIG (R)
This week people from all over the world gather on the campus of University College Swansea for the World Council of the Girls Friendly Society.
Linda Mary Evans joins Joan Williams , one of the local organisers, for this morning's service of prayer and meditation. Rose Wilkin is with the delegates to reflect on the theme of today's readings: The Demands of the Kingdom - Forgiving. Producer DAFYDD OWEN
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER BBC Wales
Narrated by David Attenborough
Islands around the coast support the largest gannet colonies in the world. Off the Hebrides more than 100,000 birds are on the granite pinnacle of Stac Lee alone.
There's the clamorous cry of gannets claiming nest sites and competing with the piratical skua for the catch. Photography HUGH MILES Written and produced by LANCELOT TICKELL (R)
(Postponed from 25 June)
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This week Michael Newman visits the beautiful and serene home of Richard and Mary Carew-Pole . Antony House, near Torpoint in Cornwall, is crammed with antiques that reflect the long and chequered history of the Carew-Pole family. Director MIKE BOW
Producer HOWARD PERKS
Nine documentaries looking at unusual aspects of medicine.
4: George Vithoulkas - Homeopath
Almost everyone has heard of homeopathy yet very few people outside the discipline understand it.
George Vithoulkas is widely accepted as an outstanding practitioner and teacher. Narrator Roger Mills
Series producer MICHAEL CROUCHER Producer TAMASIN DAY LEWIS BBC Bristol
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A Bird Walk with Bill Oddie
Fair Isle is the setting for the second programme. Islands are wonderful places to watch birds, and Fair Isle attracts many rare migrants - and 'birders' like Bill Oddie , who shows that this is not a recreation for the impatient. You can have a long wait before you spot a 'crippler', but meanwhile you can enjoy the walk.
Photography MARTIN SINGLETON
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY (R) (e)
Recent programmes with sign language and subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Ken Hom demonstrates two delicious vegetable dishes - braised spicy aubergines and a colourful Buddhist casserole. He also makes sweet and sour pork and visits a Chinese temple in Hong Kong which is famous for its vegetarian restaurant. (R)
Les Cottington and Philip Wrixon report on the news, life and business of the countryside.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
starring with Customs of the Country
South of the border down
Mexico way, Hoss discovers Little Joe in jail - perfectly content to remain there! Written by JOSEPH BONADUCE Directed by JOSEPH PEVNEY (R)
Rooftop Razzle Dazzle and Davy Cricket
by Jane Hollowood and Tony McHale.
"There doesn't seem much point in us going on. Perhaps we should've stuck at being brother and sister."
concludes a season of films featuring one of Hollywood's most popular singing stars. Today with Ann Blyth, Fernando Lamas.
In this 1954 version of Rudolph Friml's famous operetta Howard Keel is the sergeant in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police with Ann Blyth as the girl he loses to a handsome French trapper, played by Fernando Lamas. The spectacular Rockies form the background for this musical romance.
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Lady Jane Dunstock:
The Duke and Duchess of York's first Royal Tour.
BBCtv's Court Correspondent Michael Cole follows the royal couple through Canada from the splendour and romance of Niagara Falls to the excitement of rodeo in Medicine Hat, meeting
Indians at the ancient 'Head-Smashed-in Buffalo Jump' in the Rockies and joining descendants of the pioneers at Old Fort William in full period dress.
Camera team IAN PRITCHARD ALLAN DOUGHTY. JOHN RODDIS
Chief picture editor RUSS CROMBIE Producer MARTYN GREGORY A BBCtv News special
Aled Jones sings his favourite arias, ballads and folk songs with Bob Codd
Ingrid Surgenor and Huw Tregelles Williams Lighting STAN JONES Sound GEOFF ATKINS
Cameraman KEN WENSLEY Producers
J MERVYN WILLIAMS, HEFIN OWEN An OPUS 3 production
A series ofsix programmes introduced by Miles Kington 5:Going Great Western
Miles takes a steam-hauled double-header from Bristol and crosses Brunei's mighty Saltash Bridge.
On the way he visits the old Temple Meads station and also meets the noble Iron
Duke, the first engine to haul the crack passenger expresses of the early years of Victoria's reign.
Music composed by ROGER LIMB Film editor MIKE FREEMAN Producer PETER WALTON BBC Milton Keynes
General Eva Burrows is only the second woman to be appointed the world leader of the Salvation Army. She was bom into a Salvationist family in Australia and has since worked in Zimbabwe and Britain. In a temporary pause in her travels around the world, Cliff Michelmore manages to find her at home in London.
Her choice of music is sung by the CROYDON YOUNG
PEOPLE'S SINGING COMPANY. the INTERNATIONAL STAFF SONGSTERS and the STAFF
BAND OF THE SALVATION ARMY. Director SIMON HAMMOND
Producer HELEN ALEXANDER
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
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A four-part Emmy Award-winning production telling the story of Russia's greatest Tsar - a man of passion and cruelty dedicated to changing his country in the most turbulent of times. Starring
1: 1682. Following the death of Tsar Fedor HI, power in Russia is delicately balanced. His two sons, Peter and Ivan, are too young to rule and the Kremlin is a place of intrigue, with influence being sought by church and nobility, and with the key being held by the Russian militia - the Streltsy. Saved by a peasant from being murdered through the plotting of his ambitious half-sister Sophia, Peter grows up in dark and violent times to become a young man of restless curiosity who holds an uncompromising vision of Russia's future ... Written by EDWARD ANHALT , based upon the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by ROBERT K. MASSIE
Produced by MARVIN J. CHOMSKY Directed by MARVIN J. CHOMSKY and LAWRENCE SCHILLER
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Peter the Great:
Written by CARLA LANE
Title song by DAVID MACKAY Directed by SUSAN BELBIN
Produced by ROBIN NASH (R)
On the Ropes
With Marc Smith as the voice of Hemingway.
Third of a four-part series on the life and works of Ernest Hemingway.
By the late 1930s books such as The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms had made Hemingway one of the most talked-about writers of his generation. With the publication of For Whom the Bell Tolls his sales and the world's interest in him accelerated at an almost frightening pace.
This programme examines his rise to star status as big-game hunter, war correspondent and friend of the famous. But the Hemingway of the Spanish
Civil War and the glamorous safaris in East Africa was a man fatally confused about his public image and his private mission as a writer. Hemingway grows further and further away from the innocence and hopefulness of the Paris years.
Film editor PAM BOSWORTH Executive producer NIGEL WILLIAMS
Produced and directed by ANNA BENSON GYLES
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with Debbie Thrower Weather
Thou Shalt not Reward
Vanity, Ambition or Deceit - Except in the Case of Political Leaders
In the seventh programme of this series seeking a new set of commandments for the 1980s Rabbi Julia Neuberger asks Lord Deedes,
Dr Elizabeth Vallance ,
Fr Campbell-Johnson , sj, Lord Elwyn-Jones and an invited studio audience whether those who seek political office are necessarily the best people to lead us.
Does power corrupt or does it merely attract the easily corruptible? What choices can we make to ensure better leadership in the future? Director ROGER STOTT
Producer FRANCES GUMLEY
Series producer JAMES MURRAY
Third of five programmes with Andrew Sachs and his guide from Barcelona, Manuel.
Una excursion a Barcelona Andrew takes a bus tour to the Catalan city and explores it with a young English friend called Laura. They take the cable car to the port, wander up the Ramblas and succeed in ordering the flowers and the sandwiches they want. Then comes the Gaudi cathedral and a folk dance fiesta in the Pueblo Espanol. Film cameraman DAVID SWAN Producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)
Books, When in Spain, £2.50; Realidades de Espana, £2.50; Zarabanda, £2.50; from booksellers
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