6.45 Halogens and Noble Gases
7.10 Corrosion Prevention on Oil Rigs
7.35 Images: The Surface of Mars
8.00 Images and Innovation
8.25 Mathematics: Winding Number
Floella Benjamin says Hallo Again.
Musician ALLAN ROGERS
Series producer CHRISTINE HEWITT Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
with Bryan Murray and Lynne Kieran Director CELlA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY
Today: Pink Paradise Sacre Bleu Cross
Congeradulations It's Pink Theme tune by HENRY MANCINI (R)
Roland and Rattfink in Robin Goodhood and War and Pieces
A musical cartoon narrated by Rich Little and featuring the voices of Rita Coolidge and Leo Sayer
Producer/director KEVIN GILLIS (R)
Dan the Forest Ranger:
Sung Eucharist from Canterbury Cathedral As the Lambeth Conference draws to a close,
Rosemary Hartill joins the delegates for a celebration of Holy Communion. The president is the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Robert Runcie. The nave floor is the site for the dedication of a newly laid compass rose, symbol of the world-wide Anglican communion.
Preacher The Most Rev
Edmond Browning , Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the USA.
Music director Dr Allan Wicks Service: Alternative Service Book. Rite A; Setting: The Canterbury Service (Philip Moore )
Readings: Ephesians 4, vv 1-10; John 17, vv 6a, 15-20 Hymns: Praise to the holiest; St
Patrick's Breastplate; Go forth for God Sound PAUL CUNLIFFE
Lighting PETER GREENYER Director STEVE BENSON
Producer HELEN ALEXANDER
David Blackburn 's 's Landscape Vision
Artist David Blackburn spent much of his time working in Australia. He's now back in his native
Yorkshire, rediscovering the landscape he once rejected. Producer MIKE MURRAY Director ROGER KEECH BBC Leeds (R)
A magazine programme for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. This week a special report from the third International Congress for the Hard-of-Hearing in Montreux. Presented by Maureen Denmark
Interpreter John Lee
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE (e)
In the week of 'The Glorious 12th', the start of the grouse shooting season,
Chris Baines visits Scotland and Hampshire to look at the ironic fact that field sports enthusiasts are some of the countryside's most successful conservationists. Also, from the forests north of Inverness, Anne Brown joins the fire-fighters of the Highlands and Islands Brigade, who are using helicopters to minimise the devastation of forest fires.
Plus at 12.55 the week's most comprehensive weather forecast for the countryside, with Bernard Davey. Producer MIKE DERBY
Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill
with Moira Stuart
starring and Queen High
Little Joe and Candy mix business with pleasure. Written by MICHAEL FESSIER Directed by LEON BENSON (R)
Cat's Me Ouch
The Year of the Mouse
by John Lewis and Michael Robartes.
"I want you to whisper a few words about Dennis Watts."
Robert Wagner Terry Moore
Mike Petrakis and his young son, Tony return to Tarpon Springs, Florida, with a poor collection. However, fabulous hauls of the valuable sponges are to be found in the dangerous 12-Mile Reef.
This underwater adventure was filmed on location in Florida and in the Gulf of Mexico.
Screenplay by A. I. BEZZERIDES Produced by ROBERT BASSLER Directed by ROBERT D. WEBB
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starring Howard Hesseman as Charlie. Moore The Write Stuff
Oh no, Charlie's had another brainwave - how about publishing a literary magazine he says? It will look on the pupils' resume. But who's going to edit it?
Written by LISA ROSENTHAL Directed by ART DIELHENN
Barney Bear in Impossible Possum, Betty Boop 's Trial and Porky Pig and Daffy
Duck in Boobs in the Wood Producer DAVID PLATT
A Portrait of the Earth
A series of 12 programmes by David Attenborough
: The Margins of the LandDavid Attenborough wades through the sticky mud in an English estuary in search of the creatures that live there and the birds that feed on them. Life is more abundant in the mangrove forests of the tropics, including fish that hunt out of water and the world's largest reptile. Film editor DAVID BARRETT Producer ANDREW NEAL
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with Moira Stuart
Weather MICHAEL FISH
... Boards the Wesley Express St Pancras Station, 21 May. Cliff Michelmore , Roger Royle and Sally Magnusson board three special pilgrim trains at the start of a memorable two days in which Methodists from all over the world followed in the footsteps of the great travelling preacher and founder of Methodism, John Wesley.
They were celebrating the 250th anniversary of his conversion and local
Methodists were out in force around the country to welcome the trains and join in the celebrations.
0 for a thousand tongues to sing
(Lyngham); Jesus. lover of my soul (Aberystwyth); My heart is full of Christ, and longs (Worsley); Father. in whom we live (Ridge); Father, whose everlasting love (Melcombe); Perfect picture; Come, sinners to the gospel feast (Elim, Hesperus); And are we yet alive (Falcon Street); Jesus, if still the same thou art
(Carey's); 0 thou who earnest from above (Hereford)
Directors STEVE BENSON ROGER HUTCHINGS
Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE
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Tom O'Connor once again poses the questions in tonight's edition of the family showbiz quiz. Regular team captains Ken Dodd and Larry Grayson are joined by Jim Bowen ,
Sandra Dickinson , Loyd Grossman and Pete Murray
Produced and directed by JOHN ROONEY
Executive producer ALAN WALSH BBC North West
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Sidney Sheldon's bestseller in three parts starring Dyan Cannon
Kate wants her son Tony to run Kruger-Brent. He wants to be an artist.
Written by ALVIN BORETZ
Directed by KEVIN CONNOR and HARVEY HART (R)
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Margaret Van der Merwe:
South African Prime Minister:
with Moira Stuart Weather
Last in the three-part series Introduced by Bishop Richard Holloway Back to Reality?
This Sunday saw the end of the 1988 Lambeth
Conference. After three weeks together sharing food, worship and discussion on the wind-swept campus of the University of Kent, the bishops and archbishops are on their way back to their dioceses - back to reality.
Bishop Holloway asks the Most Rev Desmond Tutu , Archbishop of Cape Town, and the Most Rev
John Habgood , Archbishop of York, among others, to look back on the conference: has anything been achieved? Back in their dioceses, the delegates and their congregations face many hard human problems: extreme poverty and political conflict in the Third World; inner-city decay, drug abuse and social inequality in the so-called 'developed' countries of the West. Do the deliberations of the Anglican Communion have any bearing on such realities? Research REBECCA JENKINS Director STEVE MORRIS
Series producer JAMES MURRAY
Lady Victoria Leatham continues her tour of some of the great stately homes of eastern England by calling on the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. She hears why his Grace ended up in the dog house, and shows how his ancestors solved the problems of keeping a castle home on a hill stocked up with food and fuel. Antiques expert John Bly makes another discovery, and a collection of muskets is evidence for historian
Brian McNerney of the days when the English aristocracy feared revolution.
Photography MARK KUXINGBACK Videotape editor TERRY WOOLLER Produced by BRIAN FAWCETT
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Maureen sings some of your favourite songs, old and new. She is joined by John Anderson , the Harlandic Male Voice Choir and the City of Belfast Youth Light Orchestra.
Designer JOHN ARMSTRONG Producer IAN HAMILTON BBC Northern Ireland