6.45 Engineering Product Design: Take a Seat
7.10 Modelling and the Modelling Cycle
7.35 Disappearing Childhood
8.00 Animal Physiology: The Placenta
8.25 Maths Methods: Ill-Conditioning
The Dot Stop
Six is the number of the day, and Dot plays with rejections.
Creeds and Karma
While neither Hinduism nor Sikhism has a formulated creed, each believes in a Supreme Reality and expresses this belief in deeds of charity. Dr Mary Hall talks with Dr Harish Trivedi and Bahadar Singh.
Noel Battye joins Mary McKee, gospel singer and housewife, at her home in the country in Co Antrim. The Rev. Dr Gordon Gray explores the meaning of true wisdom.
Reading: James 3, v7-18.
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Rev. Dr Gordon
This week: a new competition: a money party, a lover's pie, and a DIY electrical job. With Janice Long.
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Film Director: SUSANNA CAPON
Producer: MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R)
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Chantal Cuer talks with three advertising creative directors: Franco Moretti of McCann Erikson, Milan, Uli Wiesendanger of BWA, Paris, and Chris Wilkins of Davis Wilkins, London.
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With Don Henderson.
Director: PAUL SIMONS
Producer CHARLES PASCOE
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Twenty programmes to help you read, write and communicate more effectively. With Chris Serle.
9: Reading Between The Lines, Choosing What to Read and How to Read It.
Film Editor: PAUL WILLEY
Producer JOHN BROOKE
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A magazine with sign language and subtitles.
Presented by Clive Mason and Maureen Denmark and interpreted by John Lee and Brenda Mackay.
Produced By: EDDIE MONTAGUE
Series Producer: IAN WOOLF
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The spectacularly beautiful Cairngorm mountains in Scotland are often described as Britain's last wilderness.
But for how much longer can they withstand the onslaught of the public? John Craven reports on controversial plans to expand the ski area and on counter-moves to turn the Cairngorms into Scotland's first national park.
Plus at 12.55pm 'The Weather for The Countryside' with Bernard Davey.
Producer: DICK COLTHURST
Editor: MICHAEL FITZGERALD
BBC Pebble Mill
EARTHWATCH: Page M
With Moira Stuart
Followed by ON THE RECORD
In Britain and abroad new political forces are on the move. 'On the Record' visits a different area of the political battlefield, examining tactics and looking at the personalities of the generals.
Deputy Editor: DAVID JORDAN
Editor: DAVID AARONOVICH
By John Maynard and Gillian Richmond. Ian asks Sharon and Simon to be the baby's godparents and is surprised to discover that Cindy is none too pleased.
Benson and Hedges Masters The Final (Frames 1-7). From the Wembley Conference Centre.
Introduced by David Icke.
This afternoon brings together the two players, in the first two sessions, in this year's £275,000 Masters Final. David Icke introduces coverage of the first part of this best-of-17-frames match.
One third of the people in Hong Kong work in the clothing industry. With just seven years to go before being handed back to the Chinese, is the country's fashion industry continuing to prosper? Selina Scott and Jeff Banks report from Hong Kong Fashion Week.
In Manchester Town Hall the experts inspect locally made furniture, a clock with a disc musical box and an example of the latest in high-priced collectables: the wristwatch. Introduced by Hugh Scully.
ANTIQUES: Page M
This week June takes a 'rabbit' for a walk to clear her head, finds out about the Scottish 'Walkaboutabit' campaign and discovers from Dr Nanette Mutrie, Deputy Director of Sports Science at Glasgow University, all about the 'feel better'effect.
This week's Golden Rule: use your major muscle groups.
Presented by June Whitfield with Dr Stuart Biddle.
Producers PETER RAMSDEN and ALAN RUSSELL
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With Moira Stuart. Weather
From Wimborne Minster.
The narrow streets of this Dorset town huddle round the twin-towered minster which dates from Saxon times. But there's more than history here, as Debbie Thrower discovers. Volunteers show her the help that's offered to patients and carers by PRAMA - the Pain Relief and Management Association. Debbie also meets traffic policeman Bill French, and hears about Friday nights at the Barn.
O Praise Ye the Lord!. O God, Our Help in Ages Past. Be Still, for the Presence of the Lord. As the Deer Pants for the Water. Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus'. Abide with Me. Meekness and Majesty. The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is Ended.
By Jimmy Perry, David Croft
Last in the series.
Starring Paul Shane, Jeffrey Holland, Su Pollard
Alf is determined to get the shares Lady Lavender has given to Henry. To raise the money to buy them he purloins a cigarette box.
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A French private detective is murdered in Charlie's study and Bergerac is sent to Provence to discover why.
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The Final (Frames 8-17). A week ago there were 18 contenders for the title, tonight there are only two.
One of them will become the 1990 Masters Champion and receive the first prize cheque of £70,000.
The first seven frames were played this afternoon with a further ten to be played tonight in front of a capacity house at the Wembley Conference Centre.
Join David Icke and the BBC Outside Broadcast team for coverage of the final frames. Commentators: Ted Lowe Jack Kamehm Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds.
Summarisers: John Spencer and Eddie Charlton.
Real life humour, mishaps, special investigations and consumer stories, drawn from the 10,000 letters you send every week.With Esther Rantzen, Gavin Campbell, Adrian Mills, Howard Leader, Simon Fanshawe and Doe Cox.
Editor SHAUN WOODWARD
Deputy Editor BRYHER SCUDAMORE
With Michael Buerk
"I will love Joanne until the day I die, whether I see her or not. I'll still be her father. Nothing can take that away."
Within two years of parents divorcing, about half the fathers involved lose contact with their children. Everyman provides a personal insight into that frightening statistic through the eyes of five men who have struggled with different experiences of keeping, or losing, the link with their children.
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Benson and Hedges Masters: The Final (Frames 8-17).
David Icke introduces further coverage.
The education magazine.
City technology colleges are a controversial part of the Government's education policy. Are they 'beacons of excellence' or expensive white elephants? Teenage drinking is causing concern to parents and teachers. How can children be taught to cope with Britain's most easily available drug?
With Jackie Spreckley and Jill Cochrane.