Desmond Lynam invites his guests to unlock the film and video vaults with their personal memories of past television moments. Today's guest is Maureen Lipman whose choice includes All Your Own, Quatermass and Compact.
Mary Stretch joins Eddie and Iseabal Bradley-Feary at their home in Woking, Surrey, for a time of prayer and reflection. The Rev Andrew Knowles explores today's theme of 'God with us'.
Reading: John 1, vvl-4, 10-14. Director GARRY BOON
Editor HELEN ALEXANDER
Third in a series of ten programmes for people with learning difficulties. There are guests sewing, carving, dancing and playing the guitar in this hobbies jamboree.
Presented by Gary Bourlet and Peter Burgis with Sir Brian Rix.
Studio director MARTYN SUKER Producer JOHN BROOKE
Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian.
Asking where something is. (R) (e)
Talking to Each Other
The more children talk about what they do, the better.
Presented by Johnny Ball. Video editor RICHARD LOUP-NOLAN Produced and directed by ROBERT CLAMP
A Palace Gate production for BBCtv (RXe)
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu presented by Sneh Gupta and Omar Salimi. 3: Visiting a Family
Anita Bhalla is introduced to her friend Shain's family. Director LAKVIAR SINGH
Producer JEREMY ORLEBAR (e)
Eight keys to successful learning.
Film editor ALASTAIR MITCHELL Produced by JULIAN STENHOUSE (RXe)
Join Carol Vorderman as she looks at a number of software packages which make computer music and graphics a delight. Producers BRYN BROOKS and ANNE O'DWYER (RXe)
A magazine programme for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. News, views and entertainment, with sign language and subtitles.
Presented by Clive Mason and Maureen Denmark.
Interpreted by John Lee.
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE (e)
Where better to live than in a pretty village situated in a national park! It's certainly many people's dream and some have achieved their ambition. But now the cost of the rush to the countryside is being counted. Houses and cottages are so expensive they are out of reach of farm workers and other villagers. Young people who cannot afford to live in their own communities are having to move away.
Anne Brown reports from Derbyshire and Cumbria where the struggle to preserve rural life continues. Plus at 12.55pm the weather for the countryside with Suzanne Charlton. Director MICHAEL MURPHY
Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill
Tarzan Swings Back
Three weeks ago the former darling of the Conservative Party, Michael Heseltine , launched a measured and trenchant critique of current Tory policies. In doing so he confirmed his status as the most popular alternative Conservative leader. His views on Europe, British industry and public spending have marked him out as the leading articulator of 'post-Thatcherism'. But can there be a new Conservatism after Mrs Thatcher ? If so, what would it look like? On the Record puts
Heseltinism to the test. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole. Producer MICHAEL STEVENSON Studio director MARK LUCAS Deputy editor DAVID JORDAN Editor DAVID AARONOVITCH
by Liane Aukin, John Crisp.
"Just another evening at your friendly local pub."
Another animated adventure with Charlie Brown and the gang. The heart of our hero beats much faster when the little red-haired girl is near. Based on characters created by CHARLES SCHULTZ
Presented by super-fanciable Phillip Schofield, live from the hugely posh London Arena, Docklands.
The most swanky and best-looking pop music poll party is happening today. See Bros (scream), Jason (swoon) and Kylie (scream) in a huge and glittering parade of stars, including Neneh Cherry, Big Fun, Soul Il Soul, London Boys, Sonia,
Transvision Vamp, Martika and New Kids on the Block.
Event given in association with Swatch
Simultaneous Broadcast: with Radio 1
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New Kids on the
Pink Tuba Dore; Dune Bug; and Sink Pink. (R)
●NOTE: in the event of the Poll Winners' Party overrunning, this programme will not be transmitted.
More and more bosses are encouraging their employees to wear the corporate image. But does it have to be so boring? Coloured contact lenses can bring about a change of image, and with Hallowe'en in mind, so can fancy-dress hire. Plus a preview of tomorrow's new
BBC2 series on the history of fashion, Through the Looking Glass. 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 9: Gerry acquires a large, vicious gull.
Music composed and conducted by DARYL RUNSWICK
Producer JOE WATERS
Director PETER BARBER-FLEMING (R)
Penelope Keith appeals on behalf of the Queen
Elizabeth's Foundation for the Disabled which provides a wide range of services, many of which are pioneering ventures, for disabled men and women. Cliff Michelmore and Lynette Lithgow report. Producer JILL DAWSON
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with Chris Lowe ; Weather
celebrates the Church Urban Fund.
Alan Titchmarsh attends a special event at Birmingham Town Hall to discover what the Church of England is doing with its multi-million-pound fund to aid the inner cities. The Archbishop of Canterbury talks about his hopes for the fund. Soloists:
Ruth Fortey (BBC Choirgirl of the Year) and Neil Goulboume. Lord, Thy Church (Abbots Leigh); Shine. Jesus, Shine; All Who Love and Serve (All for Jesus); We Have a Dream (Lucy); Sing We of the Modem City (Hyfrydol); Jesus Christ is Waiting (Noel Nouvelet); The Servant King; Lord Jesus Christ. Organist MARCUS HUXLEY Conductor PAUL WRIGHT Director SIMON HAMMOND Editor ROGER HUTCHINGS
by Rob Clarke , starring and a special guest appearance by Oh Shut Up and Eat Your Choc-ice
Not only has the farm changed over to those new-fangled round hay bales, but one of them has been left dangerously near a steep slope.
Music Make-up designer LESLEY HOLMES
Visual effects CHRIS LAWSON Film editor JOHN WILKINSON Designer STEPHAN PACZAI Produced and directed by ALAN JW. BELL
devised by Gerard Glaister and Allan Prior , written by Raymond Thompson. Guest star
'It seems as if Frere Holdings is going to get nailed. Once and for all.'
Title music SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE
Film cameraman JOHN WILLIAMS Designer LYNDA KETTLE
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director JEREMY SUMMERS
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●BOOK: 'Howards' Way' by Gerard Glaister , £5.95 paperback, available from bookshops.
Sir John Stevens:
written by Carla Lane.
Problems for Jack; decisions for Aveline; and the phone rings again for Mrs Boswell.
Title music by DAVID MACKAY Film cameraman JOHN RECORD Film sound TIM HUMPHRIES Designer RICHARD DUPRE Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH
by Domini Taylor.
Screenplay in four parts by Andrew Davies. Starring with and 1: 'Disloyalty, treachery, is the most dreadful of crimes. That's why it deserves the severest punishment.'
Music composed and conducted by PATRICK GOWERS
Make-up designer SUZAN BROAD Script editor DEVORA POPE
Photography NIGEL WALTERS Designer KEN LEDSHAM
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director SIMON LANGTON
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with Michael Buerk ; Weather
Moral issues are coming ever more into public awareness: the daily headlines proclaim
' as much. But where headlines deal in black and white, the issues themselves are rarely so simple.
Heart of the Matter seeks out such issues; Joan Bakewell examines the moral conflict of people with strongly held and frequently opposing views, and considers what their dilemma means for everyone.
Film editor MIKE ALOOF
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
Six films about equal opportunities in Britain. 3: A Roof over Our Heads
Thousands still cannot find homes or are living in inadequate conditions. But despite the law against discrimination, surveys show that this misery is not shared equally - housing provision is worse for black people than for white. Are local authorities and housing associations equipped with the right allocations procedures? Could they do more to prevent racial harassment?
Film editor PAUL ST CLAIR
Producer JOHN TWITCHlN (e)
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First of a two-part programme. Last year, the plight of leukemia victim Denise Morse made national headlines. Having fought the disease for 18 months, she knew she could die any day, but decided to spend the remaining time fund-raising for the British Bone Marrow
Donor Appeal - a decision that nearly destroyed her family as they lived in the relentless glare of publicity. Clare Harrison reports. Video editor ROGER MULLINER Producer ROSALIND GOWER