6.45 Photochemistry: Sun, Cities and Smog
7.10 Physical Chemistry: Methanol
7.35 Images and Information
8.00 A Community by Design?
8.25 Prehistoric People: Unearthing Our Past
stops today at The Patch Stop where Peggy Patch finds some flowers.
Storyteller: Sophie Aldred Music JONATHAN COHEN Producer ANNE GOBEY
A FELGATE production for BBCtv (R)
from Bridge Integrated
Primary School, Banbridge, Northern Ireland.
With Mark Chatterton and Stella McCusker.
What made an Irish saint set off for Scotland?
Director CELIA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY BBC North West (R)
Graham Young joins
Carol Featherstone at her home in Yalding, Kent for a simple service of prayer and reflection.
Polly March looks at the implications of today's theme, 'Living for the Gospel'.
Reading: II Timothy 2, w 8-15 Director VALETTA STALLABRASS Producer CHRIS LOUGHUN Editor HELEN ALEXANDER
starring and Only the might of Arthur Pendragon, king by divine right, can bring peace to a strife-torn England.
With the gallant Sir Lancelot by his side, he sets forth to conquer his enemies, but reckons without the evil Modred, who schemes to bring down the crown.
Screenplay by TALBOT JENNINGS , JAN LUSTIG and NOEL LANGLEY Produced by PANDRO s. BERMAN Directed by RICHARD THORPE
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Mogan Le Fay:
Big Beef at the OK Corral and Pay Your Buffalo Bill.
A previously broadcast programme with subtitles and sign language added.
O'Donnell Investigates.... Age Retirement and redundancy can bring with them severe financial changes.
Dr Michael O'Donnell examines the effects.
Sign language interpreter: John Lee (e)
Britain has just completed its first year of 'Set Aside' - the scheme whereby farmers are paid not to produce.
In the USA they have had similar government programmes for 50 years.
In her second film on Set
Aside, Anne Brown reports from the American North West, where there are some hard lessons to be learnt. Set Aside can damage communities and put a lot of people out of business.
It can also be very efficient - but perhaps not in the way British farmers and environmentalists imagine. Plus the weather for the countryside at 12.55pm with Bill Giles.
Producer MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill
with Moira Stuart followed by On the Record Britain under Labour
Labour is ahead in the polls. But what would
Neil Kinnock 's party actually do if it gained power?
Today, On the Record looks at Labour's plans for the economy of the nation and, with the help of leading economists, MPs and trade unionists, paints a picture of Kinnockite Britain, its problems and opportunities. In the hot seat will be
John Smith , answering questions about inflation, taxation and much more. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole.
Producers JANE ASHLEY and SIMON FORD
Studio director VICTOR MELLENEY Deputy editor DAVID JORDAN Editor DAVID AARONOVITCH
by Juliet Ace and Graeme Curry.
"You'll go over to her house, Ricky, you'll face her like a man, and you'll apologise, ok?"
continues a season of , British movies about the personalities and events of the Second World War.
Virginia McKenna gives a fine performance in this moving true story of the first woman to be awarded the George Cross.
Young Violette Bushell 's life in London is barely touched by the war, until she meets and marries a French officer. Then the war takes him from her, and she finds herself drawn into secret service work, risking her life in occupied France....
Screenplay by VERNON HARRIS and LEWIS GILBERT
Produced by DANIEL M. ANGEL Directed by LEWIS GILBERT
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Another animated adventure with Charlie Brown , Snoopy and the gang.
Based on characters created by CHARLES M.SCHULZ
In Holland they're celebrating 25 years of Europe's leading childrenswear label, and body adornment is big news at the tattoo Expo 89 in Dunstable. Barnsley, once a coal mine, is now a gold mine for a young menswear entrepreneur, and there's the best in creative black hairstyling at the Afro-Dizziac hairshow.
Get smart with Selina Scott , Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Raj Dhanda.
Producer CLARE STRIDE
Executive producer ROGER CASSTLES
by Gerald Durrell.
Screenplay in ten parts by Charles Wood. Starring and 5: The family have moved to a larger villa to accommodate Larry's weird Bohemian guests. Hoping to cure her acne, Margo kisses the feet of the mummified St Spiridion. Gerry is preoccupied with a pregnant scorpion whose offspring soon cause chaos.
Music composed and conducted by DARYL RUNSWICK
Producer JOE WATERS
Director PETER BARBER. FLEMING (R)
Melanie, Countess de Torro:
Cliff Michelmore and Lynette Lithgow report on the latest charity news.
Lulu appeals on behalf of the Asthma Research Council which funds research into asthma, allergy and allied respiratory disorders. The incidence of asthma and the numbers of deaths it causes has increased sharply over the last ten years. The Council is urgently seeking funds for additional research into childhood asthma, the most chronic disease of childhood. The most severely affected sufferers lead very restricted lives.
Producer JILL DAWSON
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with Moira Stuart
from Youth Action 89.
Sue Rinaldi, of the group Heartbeat, and Krishnan Guru-Murthy , from DEF II, join thousands of young people at Youth Action 89 - a lively event held at the Wembley Conference Centre this summer, which offered a huge variety of activities and ideas. In the spirit of the event, this edition of Songs of Praise focuses on the faith and the music of 3,000 young Christians. Their worship is fresh and joyful, and the programme explores projects from a touring drama group, to an organisation set up to help Christian prisoners of conscience.
Glory: 0 Lord, the Clouds Are
Gathering: I Will Follow: Weight of the World: We Shall Stand: God
Never Fails: Am I Forgotten? Stir My Heart: Raise Up an Army.
Musical director DAVID PEACOCK Researcher KERENA MARCHANT Film director ANN RICHARDSON OB director CHRIS LOUGHUN Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN Editor ROGER HUTCHINGS
by Roy Clarke.
August 1939: Foggy Dewhirst is in the Territorial Army, but he's never seen a dead body.
'They teach us how to make dead people, you'd think they'd show us a few....'
The boys aim to complete his military training!
5: The Body Snatchers with Designer STEPHAN PACZAI Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS
Devised by Gerard Glaister and Allan Prior, written by Christopher Green.
Starring Maurice Colbourne as Tom Howard, Jan Harvey as Jan Howard, Glyn Owen as Jack Rolfe, Tony Anholt as Charles Frere, Susan Gilmore as Avril Rolfe, Stephen Yardley as Ken Masters, Lana Morris as Vanessa Andenberg, Andrew Bicknell as James Brooke, Ivor Danvers as Gerald Urquhart and Kate O'Mara as Laura Wilde
'He's very taken with Vanessa, Tom. If she's seeing another man, it could break him.'
written by Carla Lane.
The recovery of a stolen piano brings the Boswells face to face again with Yizzel and Yizzel's mate.
Title music by DAVID MACKAY
Sound supervisor ALAN MACHIN Lighting director HENRY BARBER Designer RICHARD DUPRE Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH
by Andy Armitage
starring Michael Kitchen as Bill English
Corinne Dacla as Anna
with Keith Barron as McAlister, Ethna Roddy as Linda and Tom Georgeson as Goodis.
Back in London from abroad, Bill English has it all - smart flat with a river view, flash car and, of course, the beautiful Anna.
But he was born and brought up in these parts and everything's changed.
Anna asks: 'Where are the ghosts Bill?'
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with Martyn Lewis Weather
Toby: Who Cares?
Toby [text removed] was born in Nottingham on 15 January 1987, a normal healthy non-identical twin. At 3 months he developed Reyes syndrome and suffered severe brain damage. His twin sister was unaffected. At 11 months, Toby's parents had to face the agonising fact that they were unable to care for him themselves. This decision brought relatives, foster parents, social services and a charitable home in Kent into Toby's life.
Everyman looks at the dilemmas faced by everyone concerned in trying to decide what is best for Toby. Producer PAT HOLLAND
Everyman editor JANE DRABBLE (R)