Story: Lucy's Parcel by LESLIE PITT Presenters
Floella Benjamin , Andrew Secombe
12.0 Pre-School Child: Going Shopping.
12.25 Childhood 5-10: Starting School.
World Indoor Bowls Championship
Coverage of the first quarter-final.
Commentators DOUGIE DONNELLY
DAVID BRYANT , GRAHAM HOWARD
Introduced by James Cameron
Featuring an amateur documentary made in 1934 - Turn of the Tide, but we begin by exploring the sort of thing that happened when the first home-movie makers pressed the button and said ' Don't just stand there: do something! '
Series producer DAVID COLLOSON
Presented by PAUL JORDAN
A series of 14 programmes from the books by JAMES HERRIOT starring
8: A Dying Breed -Adapted by WILLIAM HUMBLE
Tristan, to his dismay, becomes regarded by Darrowby clients as the best vet in the business and James and Siegfried take a privileged look at progress, but science has little control over life and death ...
Music by JOHNNY PEARSON Producer BILL SELLARS
Directed by RICHARD BRAMALL BBC Birmingham
The last of six episodes written by ALUN RICHARDS with Philip Madoc
Search and Find: Luke can't resist using his own family for business purposes. This time, it has consequences beyond his control.
Designer MICHAEL WRIGHT
Director GARETH DAVIES. BBC Cymru/Wales
Lifeboat crew:Jack Tustin:
Capt Waldo Williams:
Mrs Ivy Morgan:
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
The fifth of eight programmes presented by Fred Housego
Few people driving up the M1 realise that this is a route used by travellers since prehistoric times. Within a few yards of the service station at Watford Gap there is a Roman road, an 18th-century canal, a 19th-century railway and a 20th-century motorway.
Guided by Christopher Taylor, Fred Housego discovers that our landscape conceals many clues to a rich and varied past.
A series of seven films Japan and the Legacy of the Samurai
Narrated by Julian Pettifer
2: Cherry Blossom and the Sicord
In the 1860s Japan's feudal system was abolished, and with it the privileged class of samurai. But samurai families remain to this day, and the samurai virtues of dignified restraint, coupled with a capacity for vigorous and single-minded action lie at the heart of many a business transaction.
Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL
Produced by MICHAELMACINTYRE Book (same title) £ 12 95 ffom booksellers
Crufts is the venue for wonder-dogs but what about the underdogs? A look behind the scenes of the world's most famous dog show.
Executive producer KEN STEPHINSON Producer ALAN WALSH
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Clare Francis , Michael Wood and Arthur Marshall
Patricia Hodge , Frank Middlemass Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON , BILL TODMAN Directed by ALAN J. w. BELL Producer PAUL CIANI
Alan J. W.
Burglary is Britain's fastest growing industry. Last year one house in 15 was ' done In two years burglaries have increased from 700 to over 900 per day. Of those, only 100 will ever be cleared up. It's a crime that pays. There are no overheads, no tax, and only a one-in-ten chance of being caught. The incidents in this documentary film were recorded in Richmond upon Thames, an affluent suburb of London, over a period of only three days. As a variation to the sickening staple fare of breaking, entering and stealing, an old-age pensioner is robbed by con-men posing as Post Office engineers; a new kitchen and bathroom are hammered to smithereens - and a thief is actually caught. He is young, unemployed and pleads guilty to 136 offences committed in a mere 150 days.
The jail sentence he receives may do more harm than good. Meanwhile, the only sure way to beat the burglar in Richmond is to live in a state of siege or give up possessions altogether.
Photography MICHAEL RADFORD Film sound JOHN GATLAND Film editorLES FILBY Executive producer ROGER MILLS
Producer DESMOND LAPSLEY
World Indoor Bowls
DOUCIE DONNELLY introduces highlights.
from ... Riverside Studios, Hammersmith In the studio: Aswad and XTC
Vintage OGWT: Montrose (1974) plus films and interviews
Introduced by Anne Nightingale and David Hepworth
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON