(Full details on BBC1 at 4.0 pm)
Every summer for over 50 years LARRY HOWARD (67) has gone to Appleby Fair in Westmorland to meet his fellow travellers.
They converge in their caravans from all over Britain to buy, sell and swap horses as they've done for centuries. But there's more to the Fair now than just horses ...
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY
Producer DAVID BEAN (BBC North East)
The Literary Man
John Walton has the chance to win a much-needed contract for a shipment of logs. But to meet the deadline he needs all the help he can get.
Based on EARL HAMNER jr's autobiographical novel Spencer's Mountain Executive producer LEE RICH
with Derek Nimmo
Tonight DEREK discusses journalism with his guests: Jean Rook James Cameron , George Melly
Script SPIKE MULLINS
Designer STEVE BROWNSEY
Producer VERNON LAWRENCE
(Derek Nimmo is in ' Why Not Stay for Breakfast?'at theApolloTheatre, London)
Fusion: The Energy Promise
The Holy Grail of modern physics is Fusion -- the dream of unlocking all that stored nuclear power in the sea to produce inexhaustible energy. When will it happen and why has it taken so long? In an attempt to crack the problem in time for the next Energy Crisis but one, the scientists of 17 nations are now working at it.
So far, the effort has cost the world Â£400 million and taken a quarter of a century. Horizon examines the promise in that investment and takes a look at the chequered history of fusion research. Which nation will be first to build a working fusion reactor? The Great Reactor Race has had some surprising contenders.
Narrator: WILLIAM FRANKLYN
Film editor: MARTIN WINTERTON
Editor: BRUCE NORMAN
Producers: MICK JACKSON , STUART HARRIS
Mick Jackson& Stuart
A season of six original plays from Birmingham.
4: The Actual Woman by JACK SHEPHERD
A winter's day out is a treat for all, but it isn' quite what Uncle Alec wanted.
Script editor TARA PREM Designer TIM DANN
Producer BARRY HANSON Director PHILIP SAVILLE
The actual Annabel: page 4
Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling ; Weather
' The 73 Club' from Glasgow
Can we ever make our society less divided? ' The 73 Club ' shows a solution: it's breaking down social barriers between boys from totally different backgrounds. Then maybe the next generation can solve the problem.