6.45 Heads and Tails
7.10 The View from Moscow
7.35 Images: Viewing with Electrons
8.00 Looking at Heat: Medical Uses
8.25 Evolution: Time for a Change
stops today at The Dot Stop with the Dot who plays the drums. Dot plays the drums so fast that Domino, the musical monkey, wants to join in. Puppeteer: Saskia Wright. Producer MICHAEL COLE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
A FELGATE production for BBCtv (R)
Linda Mary Evans introduces an open-air act of worship from the seafront at
Honeycombe Chine near
Boscombe Pier. The service is conducted by the Rev
Paul Priest , with music led by the Boscombe Band of the Salvation Army.
Readings: Psalm 95; John 21. vv 1-14.
All things praise thee (Te Laudant Omnia); Come. let us praise the Lord: Alleluia, alleluia, give thanks to the risen Lord: Will your anchor hold?; Kum ba ya: 0, how glorious, full of wonder.
Musical director GEOFF OTTER Producer STEPHEN LYNAS Editor HELEN ALEXANDER BBC Bristol
Bing Crosby plays the role he created originally in Going My Way, in this charming and sentimental film about attempts to find new accommodation for a proud but run-down school. Ingrid Bergman gives one of her most delightful performances as the Sister Superior.
Screenplay by DUDLEY NICHOLS Produced and directed by LEO MCCAREY
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A chance to see a previously broadcast programme, this time with subtitles and sign language interpretation added.
Delia Smith 's Cookery Course: Barbecues and Picnics
Today's programme is from the series Delia Smith 's
Cookery Course and gives some tips about food that can be cooked for barbecues and picnics.
Sign language interpreter: John Lee.
Directed by CAROL WINTON (e)
Concern for the countryside - its landscapes, wildlife and the people who live and work in it - has rarely been stronger. In response, environmental issues have soared to the top of the political agenda.
But what should politicians do to meet demands for a greener Britain? Country File has invited viewers to offer their advice to the new
Secretary of State for the Environment. Their ideas, hopes and fears for the countryside are the basis for this week's programme: the 'viewers' manifesto' for the minister.
Plus at 12.55pm the weather for the countryside with Bernard Davey.
Producer MARTIN SMALL
Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill
with Chris Lowe
followed by The High Chaparral: The Promised Land
One of the Cannon hands gives some money to a small village so the tenants can buy the land - only to discover the money is stolen. (R)
Director (The High Chaparral):
by Tony Jordan and Michael Robartes.
"Men get away with far too much. Every now and again we women should fight back!"
starring and The wartime career of the USS Sea Tiger was chequered, to say the least, as her former commander Matt Sherman recalls ... Sunk before she fired a shot, the submarine would have been left for scrap were it not for
Sherman's single-mindedness and the ingenious (less than ethical) schemes of new junior officer Nick Holden.
Cary Grant and Tony Curtis are joined by a very mixed cargo aboard their leaking sub as it makes its hilarious way across the Pacific.
Screenplay by STANLEY SHAPIRO and MAURICE RICHLIN based on a story by PAUL KING and JOSEPH STONE
Produced by ROBERT ARTHUR Directed by BLAKE EDWARDS
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Lt Nick Holden.:
starring and Heart of a Dancer
A date with Molly at the bowling alley leads to a chance meeting for Gus. Is love in the air? Written by PETER TAUBER
There are many different ways to spend E500 on art. For the BBC collection, the Marchioness of Douro decided to commission a portrait of herself. But what kind of portrait, and who should she choose to do it?
She seeks advice from George Melly , one of Britain's most portrayed men, photographer John Swannell , cartoonist
Ralph Steadman and painter Linda Atherton. Does she make the right choice? In any case, who ever likes their own portrait?
Photography JOHN DALY
Film editor SHELAGH BRADY Producer KEITH ALEXANDER
Director HANNAH ROTHSCHILD
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Keith Chegwin appeals on behalf of the Royal Life-
Saving Society UK whose aim is to reduce the number of lives lost by drowning each year and the number of People who get into difficulties in water. The vital equipment needed by their 150 lifeguard units around the UK costs a great deal of money to buy and maintain.
Without your help the society will not be able to continue and to expand its valuable work. Cliff Michelmore and Lynette Lithgow report. Producer JILL DAWSON
DONATIONS: to Keith Chegwin , The Royal Life-Saving Society UK, [address removed].
with Chris Lowe ; Weather
Isle of Wight
Debbie Thrower visits Cowes as the boom of the cannons signals the start of the famous international yachting week. But the Isle of Wight is also a close-knit community relying heavily on the sea for its livelihood. Two thousand members of local churches gather on the Parade at Cowes. Debbie
Thrower meets Captain Brian Bowers , a ferry captain, who is often to be found in the pulpit of the island's churches. Sister Luiz-Marie explains why she came from India to join a closed order of nuns, and Christopher Rees talks about life in a maximum security prison. 0 praise ye the Lord (Laudate
Dominum);Eternallight(Newcastle); We have a gospel (Fulda): Shine Jesus shine; Think of a world
(Genesis): God is our help and refuge (Dam Busters march); To God be the glory (To God be the glory) Research JUDITH PEERS
Assistant producer ANN RICHARDSON Producer CHRIS LOUGHLIN Editor ROGER HUTCHINGS
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Harry Keach and his son Howard don't have an easy time. Harry works hard as a construction worker while Howard lives for his twin passions - surfing and writing - and the men just don't mix. But their relationship is soon to be stretched to the limit. Newman himself directed this powerful emotional drama about two men with nothing in common - father and son.
Screenplay by RONALD L. BUCH and PAUL NEWMAN
Produced by PAUL NEWMAN and RONALD L. BUCH
Directed by PAUL NEWMAN
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with Martyn Lewis ; Weather
A drama series in eight parts devised by John Hawkesworth and Brian Thompson , written by and featuringBrian Thompson. Starring with 7: My Dear Jamie ...
Barbara Chivers finds loyalty to her husband increasingly difficult to sustain.
Meanwhile, personal matters cast a shadow over Michael's long-term plans for Chelworth.
Music JAMES STEVENS
Film editor PHILIP KLOSS Photography JOHN BAKER Designer JOHN BONE
Produced by JONATHAN ALWYN Directed by ROBERT TRONSON
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Paul Eddington introduces the third of four concerts from British cathedrals. Tonight, from Salisbury Cathedral, the London
Festival Orchestra, directed by Ross Pople , joins the cathedral choir, directed by Richard Seal , for a performance of Handel's
Coronation anthem, Zadok the Priest and Mozart's Missa Brevis (K220) Sparrow Mass. Ole Edvard Antonsen is the soloist in Haydn's Trumpet Concerto in E flat; also included is Warlock's Capriol Suite for string orchestra. Sound NORMAN MCLEOD
Lighting GEOFF STAFFORD Director STEVE BENSON Producer DAVID KREMER
(Concert sponsored by British Gas)
Last in the series presented by Jonathan Miller.
Otherwise I'll Explode
How can carers have time off? Assistant producer MARY SPRENT Producer TONY MATTHEWS (R) (e)
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Observing from the Atacama The Atacama Desert of Chile is an exceptionally good site for astronomers; three major observatories have been set up there. One (La Silla) was the subject of a Sky at Night programme earlier this year. Patrick Moore visits the other two, Cerro Tololo and Las
Campanas, and talks to the astronomers working there. Sound DOUG WHITTAKER
Photography ALASTAIR MITCHELL Videotape editor DAVE RIXON Producer PIETER MORPURGO