6.45 New Formulae for Food 7.10 Maths: Up to the Mark 7.35 Joseph Whght of Derby 8.00 Social Problems: Family Centre 8.25 Education: Through the Looking Glass
The Patch Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv
Ancient stories with a modern message. Philip Hawthorn tells The Paralysed Man. •STEREO
Noel Battye marks Christian Community Week with members of the Community of the Risen Christ in Glasgow.
A recent BBCtv programme with sign language and subtitles. The Blackpool Tram. Britain's oldest tramway.
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu. •BBC SUPPORT MATERIAL: book, video and cassettes - for details phone BBC
Education Informationon [number removed].
Make a tandoori chicken salad in record time.
Communicating effectively. •BBC BOOK: How Do You Manage?,
£6.99, from booksellers. Fora self-help guide to UK management courses, send a £2. 50cheque, payable to [address removed]
Fourth of six programmes on women and the Establishment.
Follow My Leader. Does it make any difference when a women has a say in how a business is run?
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The mothers of two brides get help from sewing expert Janet Palmer on how to create their outfits for the special day.
Presented by Nerys Hughes. (Rpt; •PROGRAMME NOTES: send a 28p A4 sae to [address removed]
How to make a microscope.
0 BBC BOOK: Take Nobody's Word for It. £3.99, from booksellers.
John Cravenwith the latest countryside stories. At 12.55 weather for the week ahead.
Followed by On the Record
Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole look at political issues.
Omnibus edition. Arthur is taken by surprise whenjules test-drives a camcorder.
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Classic comedy, starring Michael Crawford
Motorbike. Frank 's local labour exchange send him to work as a motorbike courier.
Episode written by Ray Allen
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It is the 23rd century: the battle-scarred starship
Enterprise limps home, only surviving due to late Comdr Spock 's self-sacrifice.
However, while the Vulcan's body lies on the Genesis planet, a man-made Eden, his presence is still felt among the crew.
Director Leonard Nimoy
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Admiral james T Kirk:
Dr Bones McCoy:
Engineering Officer Scott:
The quest to find Britain's top amateur chef continues with an interior designer, a production manager and the deputy chief sub editor of Living magazine, all from the south east.
Equestrian eventer Virginia Leng and Paul Rankin , the only chef in Northern Ireland ever to be awarded a Michelin star, join Loyd Grossman to judge the results.
Producer Richard Bryan
Executive producer Bradley Adams
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Another chance to see the most popular edition of Songs of Praise from the last series, as Thora Hird reveals the one for which most Praise Be! viewers have voted.
Producer Simon Hammond
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Denmark v Sweden live from Stockholm.
Plus highlights of England v France
Hosts Sweden now face
Denmark in the fourth match in Group 1 following Yugoslavia's expulsion in line with the United Nations' decision.
Sweden's defence, which includes Sheffield Wednesday's Roland Nilsson , will have to be at its best to handle Denmark, who won the last five of their qualifying matches. Sweden look to Arsenal's Anders
Limpar for inspiration as they continue their bid to emulate
Spain, Italy and France as host nations who have won this tournament. Plus the action and reaction from Malmo, where
England hoped to repeat their victory over France at
Wembley in February in another crucial Group 1 encounter. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Jimmy Hill and Terry Venables.
Commentary by John Motson and Barry Davies. * SPORT: page 18
Concluding the thriller written by David Pirie and starring Bob Peck,
The mysterious Jo has been murdered, and her body left in Andrew's house. She held the clue to Beth's death, so can Andrew discover the truth about his ex-lover's killing? After a last-ditch attempt to dispose of some incriminating evidence, he faces two killers who move in on him and his family. At a food conference in Brighton, Andrew, now a wanted man, prepares to jettison his business, his friends and even his family in a desperate bid for information.
Producer Sarah Lawson Director Ben Bolt
A Lawson/London Films production for BBCtv
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill
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Moments of Love
People with profound learning disabilities are difficult to get to know. Often without language, speech or a recognisable sense of self, they sometimes present a heartbreaking challenge to those who care for them.
Phoebe Caldwell has pioneered new ways of getting close to these people, and her skills are much in demand as they help them take their place in the community. This moving and sometimes disturbing film shows Phoebe at work, and raises uncomfortable questions about the value we put on personal growth and freedom for those whose abilities are so severely limited. Pr oducer Angela Tilby Editor John Blake
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American comedy series about two radio hosts of the 1940s who are still feuding 30 years later, starring Jack Warden
Sugar Mama. When Everett suggests that Hank stops dating women half his age, he appears with a date twice his age. But is it any coincidence that Irma Van Doren Pendleton is a millionairess?
rma Van Daren Prlldleton:
True stories from the hidden world of science.
The Fatal Shift. On the evening of 7 October 1969, a flash-fire on board an oil-rig supply vessel killed four men. Professor Ian Fells
, a chemist from
Newcastle University who was called in to find the cause, recalls the result of his scientific detective work.