6.45 Biology: Scaling the Salt Barrier
7.10 Maths: Scalings and Powers
7.35 The Marriage of Figaro 8.00 Education: Measures of Success
8.25 Physics: Molecules at Large
The Dot Stop.
A Feigate production for BBCtv
A celebration of Mass from
St Alban's Church in the Cheshire town of Macclesfield, led by Father Harry Stratton. ●STEREO
A recent BBCtv programme with sign language and subtitles. Wish You Weren't Here
A report on how tourism and leisure will have to be managed in the not-too-distant future to protect the environment.
Common Knowledge. For generations women have underpinned the education system in this country. But do they get out as much as they put in? With Heather Jackson. 0 BOOKLET: send A4 sae with 41 p postage to [address removed]
Doug Smillie builds a cheap and simple barbecue and Lesley Waters cooks delicious and different food to eat outside.
Plus how you can get your name off a credit blacklist, and Claire Rayner tackles the tricky subject of teenage sex.
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How to print on a leaf.
* BBC BOOK: Take Nobody's Word for It, £3.99. from booksellers.
Highlights of the week's competitions and events from the 46th International Musical
Eisteddfod at Llangollen.
Presented by Floella Benjamin and Brian Kay.
The latest countryside stories with John Craven. This week, the fight to protect Naseby
Battlefield. At 12.55 weather for the week ahead.
Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole look at political issues.
Problems abound for young love.
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The third episode of this new drama series.
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Dramatisation of the celebrated, bitter-sweet book of letters, starring Anne Bancroft Anthony Hopkins
1969: American writer Helene Hanff
thinks back on her intense, 20-year relationship with the staff of a particular London bookshop, people whom she has never met.
Director David Jones
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This month, viewers' complaints about recent changes to Gardeners' World. Presented by Julian Pettifer, with Richard Jobson and Carole Stone.
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
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In the last semi-final, a composer, an American who lives in a Scottish castle and a 16-year-old schoolboy compete for a place in next week's final. Loyd Grossman is joined by the editor of The Sunday Times, Andrew Neil , and Soho restaurateur Alastair Little. Director/Producer Richard Bryan
Executive producer Bradley Adams
A Union Pictures production for BBCtv ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● COMPETITION: ring0[number removed](calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate, 48patothertimes).
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Gimme That Armchair
Religion. Cliff Richard and Mary O'Hara are among the guides Alan Titchmarsh meets as he explores the world of electronic "songs of praise".
Nowadays many people do not go to church but still worship by means of radio, television, cassettes and compact discs. As he continues his countrywide musical pilgrimage with vocal group Angel Voices, he is also joined by the London
Community Gospel Choir and the Ambrosian Singers. Director/Producer Bryan Izzard
A Knaves Acre production for BBCtv
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Drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s, starring Ian Carmichael
Past and Present. Sir James is delighted when Andrew proposes to Flora. Pheemie reveals a dark secret to Jenny.
Episode written by Julia Jones Producer Aileen Forsyth Director David Blair
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Sir James Menzies:
Macrae of Balbuie:
First of a two-part mini-series about passion and conflict, set on a remote island off the coast of Australia in the 1920s.
Brimming with missionary zeal, Dr Kate Munro arrives on Gannet Island to take up a medical practice. She is particularly keen to introduce the marvels of modern medicine to the "backward" islanders, who lead conservative lives ruled by ingrained traditions. Kate is swept off her feet by handsome Vic Hanlon , a wealthy landowner, and despite ideological differences they are irresistibly drawn to each other.
Director Rod Hardy
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Dr Kate Munro:
Presented by Martyn Lewis. Weather Ian McCaskill
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Another chance to see an episode from Dick Clement and Ian Le Frenais 's classic comedy starring Ronnie Barker Richard Beckinsale
The Harder They Fall. Godber takes up boxing and enters the prison championships, but Fletcher is given the task of nobbling his cell-mate.
Producer Sydney Lotterby
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The documentary series that examines contemporary moral and religious issues.
Figh ting aga inst Nature
Many evangelical homosexuals feel they cannot reconcile their faith with their sexuality. Now "ex-gay" counsellors are trying to change their orientation. But is such therapy healing or harmful? Joan Bakewell meets homosexuals who claim to have changed and talks to church authorities, and psychiatrists who oppose this therapy and support loving homosexual relationships.
Producer Mike Mitchell
Series producer Michael Waterhouse A Roger Bolton production for BBCtv
American comedy series starring Jack Warden Mason Adams
The Last Honest Man in America. Everett has a chance to secure his son-in-law's medical licence, but a$25,000 bribe is involved.
Nigel Farrell 's journey through beautiful countryside ends in a village complete with Elizabethan bowling green, tranquil duckpond and quaint local pub, but in the most unlikely location. A Tadpole Lane production for BBCtv