6.40 Heart and Lungs. 7.5 Barnacle Geese. 7.30 Maths - Musical Instruments.
Story: The Giant's Causeway(traditional)
Guest storyteller James Ellis Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Fred Harris
4.50 Simple Modelling. 5.15 From Altar to Pulpit. 5.40 Discourse Analysis. 6.5 11101/27 Group Theory. 6.30 First in the Field.
Love and Marriage J.R. is doing his best to break up Bobby and Pamela's marriage. And unfortunately they seem to be playing right into his hands.
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by ALEX SINGER
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Fans have been around for many years and it is often said that hero worship is the out-pouring of a deeply-felt need. Some say it is merely a teenage pre-occupation, but not so the Elvis Presley fans: ' I believe he was the second son of God' says a young Presley fan. From Valentino, through Frank Sinatra , The Beatles and the Osmonds, to new-wave group The Jam this programme looks at why people become fans and why some of them never give it up.
Director ANDY WALKER
Series producer ROGER TONGE
America's top escapologist recreates some of the escapes of the legendary Houdini and introduces the skills of his fellow performers.
From Las Vegas: Johnny Paul , the clown prince of magic
From Great Britain: Alex Sharon presents a tribute to Robert Harbin From France: Al Carthy , with his mechanical man; Robert Farlow , the James Bond of magic
Special guest appearances by Geoff Capes and David Starbrook
Music KEN JONES
ALI BONGO, ROBERT SWADLING Director STANLEY APPEL
Producer JOHN FISHER
Rhoda is just about to go away for the weekend with her new boy-friend when her mother turns up!
Written by EARL POMERANTZ Directed by TONY MORDENTE
Presented by Eric Robson
A fresh look at an issue that divides public opinion.
Filmed report, followed by a live discussion with the decision makers and people directly affected by those decisions.
Studio director PETER HAMILTON Producer DAVID GEEN
Editor ALAN DOBSON. BBC Manchester if you've got a point of view, then we would like to hear it. All participating BBC local radio stations will have a phone-in continuing the Brass Tacks debate (details on the local radio page of RADIO TIMES). Alternatively write to Brass Tacks - Return Call, BBCtv Oxford Road, Manchester M60 ISJ.
(Return Call next Saturday will report back on what you think)
For the 34th successive year Edinburgh plays host to the most comprehensive arts festival in the world. This year the ' Official Festival' puts strong emphasis on the artistic achievements of the Commonwealth countries. The ' Fringe' has a record number of performances including 180 British premieres. The Film Festival, Jazz Festival, Writers' Conference all add to the near infinite variety of entertainment.
In the first of ten Drosrammes
Mary Marquis and Michael Dean report on the news. personalities and performers who are making this year's headlines.
NORMAN MCCANDLISH. KEITH ALEXANDER Editor JAMES hunter. BBC Scotland
Peter Snow, Charles Wheeler , John Tusa and Peter Hobday present an informed account of what's happening in the world: special reports from the BBC's correspondents at home and abroad, investigations by Newsnight's own team of reporters into what's going on behind the headlines; the latest news and weather forecast from Linda Alexander , plus the evening's sports results from Shaun Brown.
Producer JOHN HOLME Directors
ALEX SAWARD and JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editors
GEORGE WALKER and JOHN MAHONEY Deputy editor RONALD NEIL Editor GEORGE CAREY