The Cost of Discipleship The second in a series of programmes for Lent. What do the Beatitudes say about living as a Christian in 1988? 'Blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.' The speaker is
Jim Wallis , an American evangelical who founded the Sojourners movement and magazine. He lives among the poorest people in the ghettoes of the capital city of the most powerful nation on earth.
Gary Davies joins a group of people for a live act of worship from St George 's in Camberwell.
Director STEVE BENSON
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
The wildlife quiz in which Johnny Morris , Sheila Anderson and Jeremy Cherfas investigate the triple mystery of the monkey's noise, bird's-nest soup and a piece of BBC carpet.
Chairman Michael Jordan Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol (R)
Flight into the Unknown Why is Britain renowned worldwide for inventiveness but has notorious difficulty in getting good ideas off the ground?
David Lomax investigates. Film editor ALEX RICHARDSON Editor BRIAN DAVIES
Presented by Klaus Romer and Claudia Kirst
The news at home and abroad as seen by ZDF, West Germany's second channel. Also a chance to see a report on 'Roy Flash ', one of the chain-letter systems which is attracting the interest of gambling Germans. Assistant producer DANIELLA DANGOOR
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Spanish for beginners in the 13th of 15 programmes
Yolanda Vazquez shows how to talk about the weather, and visits two areas where the climate is crucial: the vineyards of Jerez and one of Europe's major nature reserves.
Videotape editor STEVE JAMISON Director STEPHEN MOSS
Producer DAVID WILSON (e)
The border with the Irish
Republic extends around two thirds of Northern Ireland, and farmers in rural areas are only too well aware of the problems it can cause.
Political problems combine with economic constraints to make the Ulster farmer's lot a far from happy one.
Dan Cherrington reports from Fermanagh, south Armagh.
Producer ANNE BROWN BBC Pebble Mill
with Vivian White
Starting with News Summary As the superpowers move closer together, NATO's European members are reassessing what this means to their relationship with each other and the future of Europe as a whole. This Week Next Week analyses the new names in the European theatre and discusses them with the people who pull the strings.
Reporter John Penycate Producers PETER HILL
LEONIE JAMESON. ANDREW BROWN Studio director NIGEL F1NNlS Deputy editor JAMES HOGAN Editor LYDIA HOWARD
Semi-Final, Second Leg
Luton Town v Oxford United Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Luton were barred from last season's Littlewoods Cup because of their ban on away fans. They had second thoughts for 1987-88 and now, after drawing the first leg of this semi-final 1-1 at Oxford, will fancy their chance of reaching only the second final in their history.
Oxford surprised many when they won the Milk Cup two years ago, so they have the flavour of Wembley. They are also fighting for their First Division lives.
Commentator JOHN MOTSON Series producer JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
(In the event of extra time being played, the next programmes may be delayed or cancelled)
with Bill Oddie , Debbie Rix Billy Butler and this week's special guest Bob Carolgees. Call Faxline on [number removed]or write to: Bill Oddie ,
Fax, BBCtv, PO Box 173 Manchester M60 1FA
Designer STEPHEN BRADSHAW Studio director CHRIS SALT Producer ALAN WALSH BBC Manchester
(If the football overruns this programmewillbepostponed)
Introduced by Hugh Scully Local Linthorpe pottery, a magnificent pocket watch, rare Lowestoft plaques and a pre-war train set posted home from Germany by a British soldier in 1945 all make a memorable day for the experts when they visit Middlesbrough. Directors
DIANE REID ANDY BATTEN-FOSTER Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS BBC Bristol
Eight keys to successful learning
Presented by Sue Edelson with the Go-Go Boys 7: Final Checks
Before finalising their projects Howard and Andy use mime and mnemonics to make sure they've forgotten nothing. Lee and Shirley check their drafts with family and friends, and Paul Doherty has his own failsafe checking procedure before his planet paintings go to The Sky at Night. Film editor PHILIP O'SHEA
Assistant producer BARRY TOMAUN Produced by JULIAN STENHOUSE (e)
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from St Peter's Church,
On the Sunday before
St David 's Day, Aled Jones is out and about in this very Welsh-speaking part of his native land. He talks to
ELSPETH ROBERTS in the ghost village that has had a new lease of life. BILL KENNY tells him of the joy of directing the local children's theatre. Members of the local churches and the PWLLHELI
AND DISTRICT MIXED CHOIR celebrate St David 's Day accompanied by the BANGOR UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Love divine, all loves excelling
(Blaenwem); Ysbryd Duw, a fu'n ymsymud (Arwelfa); Jesu, my Lord, my God, my all (Sovereignty);
Cofio'n gwlad. ben-Uywydd tirion
(Rheidol); Rhoed y gair am ddwyfol ras (Llanfair); One day at a time, sweet Jesus; Take my life, and let it be (St Bees); To Saint David (Tydi a roddaist);
Conductor JOHN HYWEL
Researcher MARK WADDINGTON Producer DAFYDD OWEN Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
Ten episodes based on the books by JAMES HERRIOT 7: Ace, King, Queen, Jack by TERRY HODGKINSON starring
Calum tickles a few trout, Tricki Woo enters the dog show and Bramble, the cow with a wink, is a success.
Music composed by JOHNNY PEARSON
Designer CHRIS HARDINGE Produced by BILL SELLARS Directed by ROD GRAHAM
Alan Whicker introduces the eighth of ten films.
Is the Aussie male all he's cracked down to be - a pot-bellied, beer-swilling chauvinist? Sally Hurley, ex-bunny croupier, would agree. So would Liverpudlian Clare Jukka, who sees a lot of outback wives in her clinic in a remote Northern Territories township.
Sue Becker - the BBC's keep-fit Green Goddess of the early 70s - yearns for the company of European men in her lonely Hobart home.
But liberated executive, Jane Deknatel from Oxford, sees something almost wimpish in the Sydney male; and Hazel Small from Aberdeen shows Alan Whicker that a woman in Australia can pioneer as well as a man.
Assistant producer MO BOWYER Film cameraman RAY HENMAN
Sound recordist KEITH RODGERSON Film editor LIZ THOYTS Producer ROGER MILLS BBC Bristol
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 BRYHER SCUDAMORE Co-editor ESTHER RANTZEN Editor JOHN MORRELL
Write to: That's Life! BBC Lime Grove Studios, London W12 7RJ
Last of six episodes written by Penny Croft and Val Hudson
starring Simon Cadell and Carol Royle
(A new series of 'Life without George' begins next Sunday)
Writer/Title music written and sung by:
with Joan Bakewell
Moral issues are now making their own headlines. Behind the daily and often sensational news events lies a clash of views as to how people should respond as individuals and as a society. Joan Bakewell examines just such an issue: its social and political context and the dilemma it presents for people at
The Heart of the Matter. Film editor MIKE ALOOF
Researcher CLAIRE HOBDAY
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
Anneka Rice presents the seventh of eight programmes This week Anneka gets deeper into pot-holing as she makes a descent of Alum Pot in Yorkshire, and Trevor McDonald partners his coach Virginia Wade in a doubles match against Hank Marvin and Leslie Charles.
Assistant producer VICKI MOORE Producer PETER RAMSDEN (R) (e)
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