6.45 Against the Public Interest?
7.10 Education: Time to Learn
7.35 Images: the Surface of Mars
8.0 Database: Data Dictionaries
8.25 Topology: Winding Number
lain Lauchlan and friends say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas based on some very strange creatures....
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Director ADRIAN MILLS
Series producer CHRISTINE HEWITT Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Books: Play School Play Ideas, E1.2S; Play School Play Ideas 2, £1.25; Play School Stories. £1.25; Play School
Stories 2. £1.50; Storytime from Play School. 95p; More Stories from Play School, 80p from booksellers
Rediscovering religious belief Why Be Moral?
Does the practice of Christian life have much to do with the articles of faith?
John Bowker , Dean of Trinity College, Cambridge, looks at the religious influences on our moral choices.
Director LELIA GUINERY. GREEN Producer david CRAIG (R)
An opportunity to join with other viewers in a simple service of meditation and reflection.
Ann Easter with John and Gill Collier who live in a converted water mill near Canterbury.
Director STEPHEN LYNAS
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER
A wildlife quiz
Johnny Morris faces the challenge of identifying beasts, their sounds and assorted pieces of natural history bric-a-brac - with the help of Sheila Anderson and Michael Stoddart.
Chairman Michael Jordan Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol (R)
Michael Newman visits an old Cornish barn which has been converted with charm and imagination into a lovely home. It provides a perfect setting for the antique collection of Doreen and Beaumont Varcoe.
Throughout their married life they have assembled pottery, furniture and English glass. Beaumont also has a rare collection of porcelain based on the work of his ancestors, the Pratt family. Director mike BOW
Producer HOWARD PERKS
Nine documentaries looking at aspects of medicine. 5: Doctors Yang, Liou and Zheng
Chinese medicine has a history of more than 2,000 years of continuous development. We in the West know about aspects of it, such as acupuncture.
At the College of Traditional Medicine in Szechuan in southern China, the whole system is in everyday use. Narrator Geraldine James Producer MICHAEL CROUCHER
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A Devon Walk with David Young
Walking with William, his labrador companion, allows writer and architect David Young to keep a lookout for unusual man-made additions to the north Devon landscape such as an artificial hill or a derelict silver mine. Photography KEVIN BAXENDALE
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY (R) (e) For leaflet send large sae with 13p stamp to [address removed]
News, views and entertainment with sign language and subtitles.
Introduced by Clive Mason and John Lee
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE
(Shownagain tomorrow BBC23.0pm)(e)
Les Cottington and Philip Wrixon report on the news, life and business of the countryside.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
starring and The Saddle Stiff
Thrown by a horse which was improperly saddled, Ben fires a man and starts a chain of events that pose a challenge he knows he must accept.... Written by SAMUEL PEEPLES and JOHN HAWKINS
Directed by WILLIAM F. CLAXTON (R)
by Gilly Fraser and Bill Lyons.
"So, now you know what I'm really like. If you want to, walk straight out the door. I wouldn't blame you any."
Susan Hayward Ray Milland
The story of the great sailing ships that plied the coasts of America and the dangers which befell their crews, including a giant squid - one of Hollywood's most famous and monstrous creations.
John Wayne takes on the terrors of the deep in this epic Period drama.
Screenplay by ALAN LEMAY
CHARLES BENNETT. JESSE LASKY JR Produced and directed by CECIL B. DEMILLE 0 FILMS: page 19
Capt Jack Stuart:
Mate of the Tyfib:
Miss Piggy leads the Louis XIV disco chorus in their original rendition of Stayin ' alive while Muppet mayhem breaks out on stage.
Beau Regarde, the two left-footed stage hand, has overdone Kermit's simple instructions which leaves today's guest Helen Reddy on a 'deserted' stage! Producer JIM HENSON
Aled Jones sings his favourite arias, ballads and folk songs with Dylan Fowler
BBC Welsh Chorus conducted by John Hugh Thomas 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
Last of six programmes about the glories of steam trains. Introduced by Miles Kington
A Tale of Two Scotsmen
Everyone has heard of the Flying Scotsman. Perhaps the most famous train of all, it's also the name of a famous engine - a media star since the 1920s.
With the help of film historian John Huntley ,
Miles traces our love affair with the Scotsman from the stagecoach era to today, when a dedicated band of enthusiasts work night and day to keep the magic name alive.
Film editor MIKE FREEMAN Producer NEIL CAMERON BBC Milton Keynes
with Debbie Thrower Weather
Cliff Michelmore travels north to Bishop Auckland to meet the Bishop of Durham at his historic official home in Auckland Castle. Since his appointment The Rt Rev
Dr David Jenkins has been a controversial figure in both church and society. He talks to Cliff about his life, his faith and his image: 'Just because you become a bishop, you should not be less concerned with truth'.
His choice of music includes The day of resurrection and Jesu, the very thought of thee and is sung in the chapel of Auckland Castle by the CHOIR OF DURHAM CATHEDRAL. Producers
NOEL VINCENT. HELEN ALEXANDER Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
A four-part Emmy Award-winning production telling the story of Russia's greatest Tsar. Starring
2: Locked in a loveless marriage, the only joy of which is the birth of a son and heir, Peter uses the disastrous campaign against the Turks to stifle Sophie's scheming. Renewing the conflict years later he proves himself a ruthless warrior and, at Azov, comes the fateful meeting with the beautiful Catherine. Peter's eyes turn to the West but, for a visionary ruler of a traditional people, the flames of dissidence continue to smoulder.
Written by EDWARD ANHALT. based on 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)
Man with bangle:
The Last Round
Last of four programmes on the life and works of Ernest Hemingway. With
By the 1950s Hemingway was perhaps the most famous living writer in the world. The lifestyle of the author was front-page news. But celebrity had almost crippled Hemingway's remarkable talent. The image of the man of action living in grand style in Cuba swamped him almost completely. His search for new experiences to fuel himself as a writer acquired almost desperate urgency. This last part examines the disintegration of Hemingway as a man and as a writer. Film editor PAM BOSWORTH
Executive producer NIGEL WILLIAMS Produced and directed by ANNA BENSON GYLES
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the voice of Hemingway:
Debbie Thrower ; Weather
Thou Shalt not Kill -
Except in Time of War Eighth in the series
Rabbi Julia Neuberger asks General Sir Hugh Beach ,
Bruce Kent , Scilla McLean ,
John Keegan and an invited studio audience whether the choice to kill can be justified by military uniform, a common national purpose or the intention to combat a greater evil. In this nuclear age does the concept of a just war still make sense? Studio director SIMON HAMMOND Assistant producer JULIE LOYD Producer FRANCES GUMLEY
Series producer JAMES MURRAY
Fourth of five programmes with Andrew Sachs Camino de Aragon
Film cameraman DAVID SWAN Producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)