6.41 Maths: Pi and E
7.10 Nuclear Weapons Systems
7.38 Measuring with Light
8.00 Canal and Harbour Modelling
8.28 Evolution of Fishes
The Dot Stop
Today Dot finds the number six domino.
Storyteller Amerjit Deu Music PAUL READE
Director ANNE GOBEY (R)
The first of ten programmes. Making Sense ... of Religion
'Now that technology has taken human beings right into the heavens, into what our ancestors regarded as the very dwelling-place of God, is there still a place for religion? Or are we now so much controllers of our own destiny that religion no longer makes sense?'
The Rev Donald Reeves , rector of St James 's,
Piccadilly in London, believes it does, but it must be a religion which takes account of the real world and which finds new ways of speaking about God.
Videotape editor TM NICHOLSON Director RICHARD ALWYN
Producer HELEN ALEXANDER
Gary Davies introduces a service of prayer and reflection from the home of Jim Thornton in Hertford. Sister Barbara Noreen explores today's theme, 'The Spirit of Truth'.
Reading: John 16, w 5-13 Director VALETTA STALLABRASS Producer CHRIS LOUGHLIN
The television craft magazine presented by Sue Robinson.
Silvia Mackenzie uses fabric and paint to create portrait dolls. There's a breath of fresh air with the ingenious kites of Martin Lester.
In the workshop, the knitting project is completed and Sarbjit Natt begins work on a painted silk scarf using traditional Gujarati techniques.
Producer MARY SPRENT
Series producer DICK FOSTER (R) (e)
1992 Is Too Late with David Lomax.
As 1992 and the single
European market draws nearer, are British firms preparing for opportunity or ignoring a threat?
Assistant producer NICOLE CHURCH Series editor BRIAN DAVIES
Presented by Gordon Honeycombe.
The Honeycombes are a Cornish family and have been since the early Middle Ages, but there are no
Honeycombes in Cornwall today.
Producer BRYN BROOKS (R) (e)
Eight programmes presented by Johnny Ball 3: Something to Celebrate
Why not tap into your own children's enthusiasm at celebration times - lightly, but with a purpose.
Video cameraman KEN MACKAY Produced and directed by ROBERT CLAMP
A PALACE GATE production for BBCtv (R) (e)
Preparing for Labour
Sue Cook presents the third of a six-part practical guide to pregnancy, labour, birth - and after.
Film editor PETER ESSEX
Producer ANNA JACKSON (R) (e)
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Weekly magazine programme for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Introduced by Clive Mason and Maureen Denmark.
(Repealed on Tuesday, 2.15pm on BBC2)
Anne Brown meets
HRH the Princess Royal, who is a leading figure in the equestrian world, to talk about safety and riding.
Horse riding is arguably the most dangerous sport in Britain, with eight riders a day involved in accidents on the roads. Yet the sport is increasingly popular and over three million people now ride regularly, many of them taking to the roads at some time.
Riding school owners, medical experts and the police consider possible solutions such as off-road facilities for riders.
Plus at 12.55pm the weather for the countryside with SUZANNE CHARLTON.
Producer RUTH PATTERSON Editor MKE FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill
with Moira Stuart followed by On the Record
Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole.
The Tories: What Next?
On the tenth anniversary of Mrs Thatcher 's election as Prime Minister, On the Record looks not backwards but forwards and asks: where does Conservatism go from here? In a special report,
Jonathan Dimbleby charts two alternative routes ahead which are already provoking sharp internal debate and which could lead to major divisions within the party. With the help of leading
Conservative politicians and important new polling evidence, On the Record navigates the choppy waters that lie ahead for the Conservative Party.
Producer MICHAEL STEVENSON
Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY Editor DAVlD AARONOVITCH
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by Michael Robartes and Jane Hollowood.
"It can still all go wrong, can't it? Willmott-Brown could get off scot-free."
starring Bing Crosby Grace Kelly
Time is short if playboy composer C. K. Dexter -Haven is to reclaim his beautiful ex-wife
Tracy Lord before she marries another - especially with cynical reporter Mike Connor caught up in the classy romantic complications ... Sinatra sings Sensational,
Crosby tells of True Love, and the two declare Well Did You Evah! among the nine Cole Porter songs. Louis Armstrong HIMSELF
Screenplay by JOHN PATRICK Based on PHILIP BARRY 'S play The Philadelphia Story
Music and lyrics by COLE PORTER Produced by SOL C. SIEGEL
Directed by CHARLES WALTERS
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C K Dexter-Haven:
In the second of two programmes, a chance to see the rest of the entries for this year's event to be held in Lausanne, Switzerland, on 6 May.
Today the songs come from Austria, Finland, France,
Spain, Cyprus, Switzerland, Greece, Iceland, Germany and Yugoslavia. The UK entry Why Do I Always Get It Wrong? is performed by Live Report.
Introduced by Ken Bruce.
Television presentation YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Lucy Pilkington with the best in summer holiday fashion, including shoes, sunglasses and luggage. The new uniform for the Guides and Brownies is taking shape, and there's the ballgown which is just the icing on the cake. Producer CLARE STRIDE
Series producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill
with Desmond Morris and Sarah Kennedy. Guest Angela Rippon
Are the British still mainly a nation of dog lovers? As National Pet Week starts today, Desmond and Sarah travel to Devon and find some surprising answers. They discover the horses which crossed the Channel with William the Conqueror and meet a woman with 4,000 donkeys in her back yard. Angela explains why she prefers pets with short, fat, hairy legs. And Desmond explains the cat mania sweeping Britain.
Research JOANNA SARSBY Director DAVID WALLACE Producers POLLY PHILLIPS IAN CHRISTIE BBC Scotland
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with Moira Stuart ; Weather
with the deaf from Falkirk. Deafness is an invisible handicap and is therefore often misunderstood. Tonight Roger Royle meets hearing-impaired people from all over Scotland. He meets Maissie Baillie , an Elder at the Albany Deaf Church, whose vivacity and humour are a support to a deaf and blind friend. Roger also visits two schools: Windsor Park School for the Deaf in Falkirk and Donaldson's School in Edinburgh.
Evelyn Glennie talks to Roger about her life and work.
A hearing and deaf congregation have come together from all over
Scotland to St Andrew 's Kirk in Falkirk to sing and sign tonight's hymns.
Ye servants of God (Laudate
Dominum); AU things bright and beautiful (Royal Oak); Amazing grace; For the beauty of the earth (Lucema Laudoniae); Guide me, 0 thou great redeemer (Cwm Rhondda); God moves in a mysterious way (London New);
Walk. walk in the light; To God be the glory
Conductor ROBERT TAIT
Researcher KERENA MARCHANT
Assistant producer ANN RICHARDSON Producer MICHAEL SIMPSON
Series editor STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Scotland
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by PAUL A. MENDELSON starring Anton Rodgers
Eve Matheson , Clive Francis in They Didn't Believe Me
Alec Callender .ANTON RODGERS
Film editor JOHN JARVIS
Videotape editor CHRIS WADSWORTH Lighting RON BRISTOW
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER
Executive producer VERITY LAMBERT Produced and directed by SIDNEY LOTTERBY
A CINEMA VERITY production for BBCtv
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based on the books by JAMES HERRIOT
The Pig Man Cometh by TERRY HODGKINSON with When Lionel Brough , a smallholder, goes in for pig-keeping in a big way, James has to diagnose a case of swine fever....
Music composed by JOHNNY PEARSON Produced by BILL SELLARS
Directed by PETER MOFFATT (R)
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with Magnus Magnusson from the Museum of Army Transport, Beverley.
The four contenders for the last semi-final place are: Peter North
(management consultant) British Butterflies
(retired civil servant) Astronomy of the Solar System
Averil MacLachlan (civil servant)
The Life and Films of Woody Allen
Michael Powell (schoolteacher)
The Third French Republic from 1870-1914
Lighting GEOFF HIGGS
Assistant producer MARY CRAIG Director ANDREA CONWAY Producer DAVID MITCHELL BBCElstree
implied moons jq
with Martyn Lewis Weather
Presented by Esther Rantzen. with Adrian Mills
Grant Baynham Gavin Campbell and Doc Cox.
Consumer advice, investigations, misprints, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from the letters you send each week.
Director STEPHEN STEWART Producer ESTHER RANTZEN
Deputy editor BRYHER SCUDAMORE Editor SHAUN WOODWARD
Regretfully, it is not possible to answer all your letters.
Say One for Me
'I pray for people in Ethiopia ... and I do have a best friend who's got eczema and it's irritating her and I pray it gets better.' Just like that 10-year-old, believers and unbelievers pray for extra power in times of difficulty. Each faith reveals its personality in the way requests are made.
But perhaps God shouldn't intervene if our freedom matters. What's more, if help comes for some worthy cases, why not for others? Some find it helpful to think of prayer releasing what's in nature rather than calling in power from outside. In spite of the puzzles, asking comes naturally and people feel it helps.
Film editor JOHN GILLANDERS Cameramen KEN MACKAY PAUL REED
Producer PHIL GEORGE
Everyman editor JANE DRABBLE
A series of five programmes. Ha una camera? Do you have a room?
4: Market, Porchetta, the Inedible Vegetable, e la Vita Contadina.
Mirella D'Angelo discovers Umbria, past and present. Assistant producer DANIELLA DANGOOR Series producer
DAVID CORDINGLEY (e)