Desmond Lynam invites his guests to unlock the film and video vaults with their
Personal memories of past television moments. Today's guest is Wendy Richard. Producer PHIL CMVERS (R)
Josie and Walter Kerr are the founders of the Northern Ireland Kidney Research Fund. Gary Davies joins them at their home near
Bambridge in County Down for a simple service of prayer and reflection.
Reading: Matthew 25, wl-13. Director ROSALIND NEVIN Producer JAMES SKELLY
Editor HELEN ALEXANDER BBC Northern Ireland
For people with learning difficulties. Karen Fletcher explains how to choose and join the right 'special needs' course. Presented by Gary Bourlet and Peter Burgis. Studio director MARTYN SUKER Producer JOHN BROOKE
How to ask for something. (R) (e)
Eight programmes for
Parents of 4- to 11-year-olds, Presented by Johnny Ball. 1: A Place to Begin
Cameraman KEN MACKAY Produced and directed by ROBERT CLAMP
A Palace Gate production for BBCtv (RXe)
A 10-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu, presented by Sneh Gupta and Omar Salimi. 2: Talking about Yourself Director LAKVIAR SINGH
Producer JEREMY ORLEBAR (e)
1: Returning to Learning with the Go Go Boys. Film editor PHILIP O'SHEA
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Computers are now sophisticated machines capable of very professional effects. Join Carol Vorderman as she looks at databases. Producers BRYN BROOKS and ANNE O'DWYER (R)(e)
Magazine programme for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. Presented by Clive Mason and Maureen Denmark. Interpreted by John Lee. Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE
The supermarkets are going green. They have taken full-page advertisements in the press to say so. Ian Breach asks, 'How green is your grocer?', especially when it comes to food. He discovers that the major retail chains have hardly been in a hurry. Producers of organically grown fruit, vegetables and meat have been knocking on supermarket doors for years, with little success - until very recently.
Plus at 12.55pm the weather for the countryside with Michael Fish.
Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill
with Moira Stuart followed by On the Record
The Scottish Tories are in trouble and they know it. The failure to win a single seat in Scotland at the European elections has raised fears that the next general election could prove terminal. That could only strengthen calls for devolution and independence and might spell the end of one-nation Toryism. But Scottish
Conservatives are deeply divided over the solution to their woes. Malcolm Rifkind , Secretary of State for
Scotland, explains how he would revive Tory fortunes north of the border. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole.
Reporter: John Nicolson. Producer SAM COLLYNS
Studio director MARK LUCAS Deputy editor DAVID JORDAN Editor DAVID AARONOVITCH
by Michael Robartes and Charlie Humphreys.
'That's all I want, Ricky. A wardrobe wedged across the stairs and a son about to become a jailbird.' Producer MIKE GIBBON eCEEFAX SUBTITLES
starring and This deeply moving portrait of the men of the RAF is one of the outstanding British movies of the war years.
1940: Peter Penrose , a young Pilot who has just finished training, arrives at an RAF bomber station in the Midlands. There he shares a room with David Archdale.
Happiness and tragedy await both men in the uncertain days ahead.
Screenplay by TERENCE RATTIGAN and ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD
Produced by ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD Directed by ANTHONY ASQUITH e FILMS: page 23 eCEEFAX SUBTITLES
Rev Charles Moss:
Squadron Leader Carter:
As new car sales continue to rise, the obsession with the motorcar seems to know no end. Noel Edmonds, with the able help of Janet Ellis and Top Gear's Chris Goffey, reports from the London Motor Show at Earls Court on the best of the new cars and the most loved of the old.
BBC Pebble Mill
Competition: page 97
Are we being served?
According to a recent survey, it's shoe shop assistants who leave us down at heel when it comes to service. Television personalities care about the way they look, but who determines what they wear? The Open Air team,
Gloria Hunniford , Jayne Irving and Eamonn Holmes , try a change of image. There's the return of dungarees and feather boas, and there's textile design in the docklands of Liverpool and London. Get smart with Selina Scott ,
Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Raj Dhanda.
Producer CLARE STRIDE
Executive producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill
by Gerald Durrell.
Screenplay in ten parts by Charles Wood. Starring and 8: Spiro finds another tutor for Gerry.
Music composed and conducted by DARYL RUNSWICK
Director PETER BARBER FLEMING Producer JOE WATERS (R)
introduced by Alan Titchmarsh , with Gilly Coman as Linda Johnson.
Alan Titchmarsh is on first-name terms with the plants in his garden, but that's not as strange as the things cropping up on Yam's allotment.
Linda ends up going round the garden when she tries to write to her son, Mark. Film editor BILL HARRIS
Producer GEORGE AUCKLAND (e)
0 HELPLINE: phone [number removed] (calls are free). eRELATED PROGRAMME: 'Using
Your Wordpower', S.OOpm Radio 4 FM
• MY KIND OF DAY: page 114
with Moira Stuart ; Weather
Famous today for its cathedral, Winchester was once the capital of England. Pam Rhodes goes 'inside' the prison, watches an eye surgeon at work and meets the Winchester College choirboys at home - singing Happy Birthday.
Lord the Light of Your Love; At Your Feet We Fall; All My Hope on God Is Founded: Christ Triumphant;
Eternal Father: There's a Spirit in the Air; Love Divine. Conductor DAVID HILL
Producer STEPHEN LYNAS Editor ROGER HUTCH1NGS BBC Bristol
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by Roy Clarke. Starring and a special guest appearance by The Kiss and Mavis Poskit
Clegg is more than alarmed when Edie and Nora begin to take an unnatural interest in him, especially when he learns that they have a good friend in need of a husband.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Costume designer JEREMY TURNER Lighting director JOHN GREEN Sound supervisor ALAN STOKES Videotape editor STEVE JAMISON Produced and directed by ALAN J.W. BELL
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devised by Gerard Glaister and Allan Prior , written by Raymond Thompson. 8: 'The SFO must have something on us
. They're going to prosecute.'
Title music SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE
Film cameraman JOHN WILLIAMS Designer AMANDA ATKINSON Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director PETER ROSE
∙RECORD: 'Simon's Way' available on album and cassette from record shops.
∙BOOK:'Howards' Way' by Gerard Glaister , £5.95 paperback, available from bookshops.
∙SHOW TIMES: page 19
written by Carla Lane.
Trouble for Shifty; problems for Joey, Billy and Mrs Boswell ; but good news for Aveline and Oswald.
Title music by DAVID MACKAY
Sound supervisor ALAN MACHIN Lighting director HENRY BARBER Designer RICHARD DUPRE Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH
I A new BBC film written by Robin Chapman , based on a novel by A. N. Wilson.
Starring with and
Derek Blore , MP, enjoys both a happy successful political career and a sideline in the suburbs. When his two political lives become confused, with an added Russian complication, he finds a national scandal engulfing him. and with DAVID JACKSON ,
JAMES WALKER , PEGGY ANN WOOD , RONALD RUSSELL ,
JAMES HOLLAND , ANTONIA LOYD ,
EDWARD CAST ,
SERGEI ROUSAKOV , EDWARD LYON ,
JOHN DUVAL , SUSIE BLAKE ,
ANNA CAPALDI , KALEEM JANJUA ,
LUKE KELLY, ALEX KNIGHT , ALAN HALLEY and STEVE HERVIEU.
Music composed and conducted by RICHARD HARVEY
Film editor KEN PEARCE
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Designer DEREK DODD Producer INNES LLOYD Director ROBERT YOUNG e FEATURE: page 16
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Rt Hon Derek Blore:
Lady Priscilla Blore:
Van de Merve:
with Martyn Lewis ; Weather
Designer Genes with Joan Bakewell.
Man now has the capacity to manipulate DNA, the very code for life itself. In doing so, he has created plants and creatures which would never have existed were it not for genetic engineering. Is this new knowledge a force for good, or a Pandora's Box with alarming implications? Joan Bakewell examines both the scientific and philosophical implications of our capacity to alter life on earth. Director CLAIRE HOBDAY
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
Six films about equal opportunities in multicultural Britain. 2: Education for All?
What does education for a multiracial society mean at the practical level of the classroom? How can schools ensure that all pupils are given equal opportunities and encouragement to reach their potential? Mosaic looks at two schools: a primary, Newby First School in Bradford, and a secondary,
George Dixon Comprehensive in Birmingham. Teachers, pupils and parents talk about their experiences and wishes. Film editor SUSAN MANNING
Series producer JOHN TWITCHIN Producer MARY FOURT