6.45 Baby Talk
7.35 Images: Viewing the Invisible
8.00 A Matter of Course
8.25 Maths: Covering Surfaces
Out of the Inkwell Mayor Mean Moe
lain Lauchlan and friends say Hallo Again with songs, games and play ideas.
Series producer CHRISTINE HEWITT Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
with Bryan Murray and Susan Leong
Why were Mary and Joseph worried about Jesus when he was growing up and why do Sikh girls wear shorts under their saris?
Script editor NOEL VINCENT Director CELIA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY BBC North West
Face to Face
Tony Phelan joins young people from east and west Europe for an informal service of prayer and reflection from the Ecumenical Youth Council of Europe's campsite at Kelston Park, near Bath. The speaker is David Pendle.
Readings: I Corinthians 13, vv 8-13
Luke 19, w 1-10
Producer STEPHEN LYNAS
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER BBC Bristol
Earlier this year, the world's top animators gathered in Monte Carlo for a festival of images - IMAGINA.
Fred Harris and Lesley Judd report.
Studio director KRISTIN MASON Producer TERRY MARSH (R) (e)
Journey to Excellence
Mike Robson reports on four British companies who are beginning to reap rich rewards by making quality and excellence their number one priority.
Director FIONA L. PITCHER Editor BRIAN DAVIES
The last of five programmes with Andrew Sachs and his guide, Manuel.
La Fiesta De San Fermin
Andrew and Manuel drive to Pamplona for the famous bull-running fiesta.
Production assistant SUZY MILLER Producer BERNARD ADAMS (R) (e)
Six programmes in which
Sue Cook presents a practical guide to pregnancy, labour, birth - and after.
2: The Waiting Game
How can you get the best out of ante-natal care? Film editor PETER ESSEX Producer ANNA JACKSON
Helpline - For advice on pregnancy phone [number removed]between 11.30am and 1.00pm today.
BBC book, (same title) fully illustrated, paperback £5.95. hardback £10.95;
Video (105 minutes) £9.99, from bookshops.
Health professionals can obtain a set of free guidance notes to accompany the series by sending a large 30p sae to: [address removed] (R) (e)
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A magazine programme for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. News, views and entertainment, with sign language and subtitles.
Presented by Clive Mason and Maureen Denmark and interpreted by John Lee. Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE (e)
Les Cottington reports on the sometimes uneasy relationship between farmers and hot-air balloonists.
Also Ian Harvey looks at a recent report showing an alarming increase in food poisoning.
Series producer MIKE DERBY Producer WASEEM MAHMOOD RBC Pebble Mill
with Moira Stuart
starring with The Initiation
Torn between a sense of belonging and the need to tell the truth, Jamie is placed in a desperate position when a childish game ends in tragedy....
Written by DOUGLAS DAY STEWART Directed by ALF KJELUN
by Gilly Fraser and Tony McHale.
"Tell me something honestly, Kathy. Do you find me attractive, as a man I mean?"
Dorothy Lamour Peter Lorre Lon Chaney
Ronnie Jackson photographs babies. But his real ambition is to solve murder cases and uncover spy rings. So when the beautiful and mysterious Carlotta hires him to find her kidnapped uncle, Ronnie is thrilled - until he finds himself accused of murder.
Screenplay by EDMUND BELOIN and JACK ROSE
Produced by DANIEL DARE
Directed by ELLIOTT NUGENT (Blackandwhite)
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Crimes of the Heart
The entire honours class is worried about Sarah.
Her grades are dropping dramatically and she doesn't seem to care. Charlie is prompted to meet with her father to discover the cause and embark on an unorthodox cure. Meanwhile Dennis indulges in a little private enterprise.
Written by VALRI BROMFIELD Directed by ART DIELHENN
Once again, the little north Wales town of Llangollen played host over the past week to musicians, singers and dancers from all over the world, taking part in the annual International
Eisteddfod. Brian Kay and Sara Edwards invite you to enjoy the week's highlights, as well as meet some of the colourful characters of various nationalities who help to make this festival world-famous.
Executive producer HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS Produced by ROBIN C ROLUNSON BBC Wales
A Portrait of the Earth
A series of 12 programmes by David Attenborough 5: Seas of Grass
Film editor ANDREW NAYLOR Director RICHARD MATTHEWS BBC Bristol (R)
with Moira Stuart
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Hugo Gryn was born into a large and happy family in Czechoslovakia, but at the age of 13 his life was shattered when he was transported to Auschwitz, together with 15,000 other Jews from his home town. After the war he decided to become a Rabbi, and for the past 24 years has made his home in this country, where he is Senior Rabbi at
London's largest synagogue. He talks to Cliff Michelmore His choice of music is sung by the CHOIR OF THE WEST
LONDON SYNAGOGUE, directed by SYDNEY FIXMAN.
Film director VALETTA STALLABRASS OB director STEPHEN LYNAS Producer DAVID KREMER
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Tom O'Connor once again poses the questions.
Team captains Ken Dodd and Larry Grayson are joined by Janet Brown, Simon Dee, Roy Kinnear, William Roache.
BBC North West
by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
Herr Flick suspects a plot....
Capt Alberto Bertorelli:
Soldier in cafe:
The Mystery of Anna Parti starring
The records state that in 1918 Tsar Nicholas and his immediate family were executed by the Bolsheviks, thus ending for ever the Romanov Dynasty.
The early 20s: a young woman appears in Berlin. Bearing the scars of bullet and bayonet wounds she displays a disarmingly regal air even though she has amnesia. By chance her memory is triggered and she declares she is Grand
Duchess Anastasia , youngest daughter of the Tsar and only survivor of the massacre.
Can she be telling the truth?
Screenplay by JAMES GOLDMAN Produced and directed by MARVIN CHOMSKY
(Part 2 next Sunday)
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Grand Duke Cyril Romanov:
Tsar Nicholas II:
Isabel von Hohenstauffen:
Anastasia (as a young girl):
with Moira Stuart Weather
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 we should respond as individuals and as a society.
Film editor MIKE ALOOF
Assistant producer JANE SPENCE Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
The 1988 Formula One World Championship
Shell Oils British Grand Prix Just a week after the French Grand Prix the teams have reassembled at Silverstone for the fastest Grand Prix of all.
At this stage last year
AYRTON SENNA led
NIGEL MANSELL and NELSON PIQUET by one point with ALAIN
PROST just four behind. This season has seen a two man championship, and as this is the half-way stage a win for either Senna or Prost would be a vital boost.
Murray Walker and James Hunt are your hosts as the drama and action unfold on the former RAF wartime airfield which can now justly claim to be one of the most exciting circuits in the world. Television presentation KEITH MACKENZIE
Producers JIM RESIDE CHARLES BALCHIN
(German Grand Prix: 24 July)
Highlights of today's Grand Prix event, with STEVE CRAM among the many famous athletes taking part. He was in action in the 1500 metres, which revived memories of his epic battle with SAID AOUITA at this meeting in 1985, when both men finished inside the old world record. Commentators
DAVID COLEMAN , RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
Television presentation A2F France Editor JOHN ROWUNSON
Can you identify the main star groups? It is by no means difficult - and once you have found your way around, there are many fascinating objects to be seen. Patrick Moore invites you to join him on a 'tour' of the summer sky, and talks about some of the variable stars, which, unlike our Sun, brighten and fade over short periods.
Newsletter No 30 is now available. Send sae to: [address removed]