LALITA AHMED and PARVEEN MIRZA discuss electricity in the home with home economist JENNY WEBB. ASADAMANATALIKHANSingsaghazal.
Producer yousuf aziz . Executive producer ASHOK rampal. BBC Pebble Mill
Story:Elmer the Elephant
Written by david mckee. Presenters Sarah Long , Don Spencer
The last in the present series
Bryan Magee talks to leading philosophers about Western philosophy today.
Philosophy: The Social Context
Peter Fluck , Country Parson
It is the biggest Church of England parish group in the country, with ten churches and a population now down to 700. Peter Fluck , a professional soldier before he became a priest, alone where once there were nine ordained men, makes a resolute defence of his outpost, strung out across the Wolds of Lincolnshire.
Narrator Deryck Guyler
Photography ARTIIUR smith
Written, produced by DON HAWORTH (Rpl)
(John James , the Sheepdog Man , tomorrow at 5.10)
Serial in 14 chapters starring
Mala, a top government agent and his faithful allies Rex and Buck. 11: Agents of Disaster
In which the net closes on the shadowy traitor HK and his international spy ring.
(Chapter 12 tomorrow 5.40 pm)
Devised and directed by bwce petty
The first of nine Open Door programmes
Tonight the Irish in Britain Representation Group, Manchester
' If you see an Irishman on your TV screen, the chances are he'll be shown as either an idiot or a drunk and what's more we're all supposed to be murderers and bombers. That's all eight million people of Irish extraction living in Britain today. The Irish are Britain's oldest and largest ethnic minority. Are we really part of British society or are we a race apart? '
A public access programme made with the help of the community programme unit
Introduced by Harriet Crawley with Ray Gosling , Sarah Kennedy John FitzMaurice Mills
Redoute's rose prints may look good hanging on your walls, but originally they were accurate scientific records of plants, a means of recording preferred at Kew Gardens even today in spite of photography.
Collecting Now visits the Natural History Museum to see the largest collection of prints in the world; and joins the Rolls Royce Enthusi asts' Club on an outing to celebrate 75 years of the Silver Ghost.
Producer marc.aret BENTON . Series
'oducer CHRISTOPHER lewis. BBC Bristol
with subtitles followed by Weather
A series of Chronicle films made in Egypt over 15 years: 1
The Oldest Wonder-the Pyramids Narrated by Magnus Magnusson
Were the pyramids of Egypt built by slave labour, as Herodotus suggests? Is Von Daniken right in believing that the Ancient Egyptians could not have erected the Great Pyramid in less than 600 years? Producer JULIA CAVE
Editor PAUL JOHNSTONE
The fourth of ten programmes
The plants we grow in our gardens are some of the richest and most varied in the world. But very few of them are native to this country. So where do they come from? Who brought them? How have we changed them? Dahlias
Geoffrey Smith follows the dahlia trail from the wild plants of Mexico to the cultivars of the showbench.
Film editor PETER ringsted Director ERICA Griffiths Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Book (same title), 13.95 from booksellers
Harold Williamson revisits The Pop Preacher
Paul Jobson could always make them sit up and take notice. The young curate turned his church crypt into a disco and talked sex in a language teenagers could understand. It was the Swinging 60s and he was certain he could get them back to the church. He failed, but he hit the headlines
-then left for a quiet post in the country.
Now he's back in another south London parish as rector. This time he's after the whole family-with a four-ale bar in the crypt. The takings keep a roof on his church, and his ideas get royal approval with a visit by The Queen Mother. But does draught bitter win worshippers or just darts throwers and domino players?
Film cameraman JOHN baker Sound NIGEL WOODFORD
Film edItor JESSE PAI. ..\ £ ER Producer JENNY palmir
The BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall
The close working bond between shepherd and sheepdog is tested to the full over the undulating and challenging trials course at the Kelburn Country Centre in Ayrshire. A farmer from the Isle of Man joins up with two leading trialists from County Antrim and County Wicklow to make up the Irish team.
Heat 3: Ireland
ARTHUR MAWHINNEY With Cindy RONNIE KINRADE with Ben DENIS BIRCHALL With Eve
Technical co-ordinator ROY smith Director uiciuel KERR Producer UN SMITH
The film series starring Alan Aida as Hawkeye and Mike Farrell as B. J. Hunnicutt with Harry Morgan as Col Potter Loretta Swit as Hotlips David Ogden Stiers as Charles Jamie Farr as Klinger William Christopher as Fr Mulcahy Blood Brothers
One young, wounded soldier fights desperately to save the life of his dangerously ill comrade. There is a bitter twist to this tale.
Theme music on BBC Comedy Themes irecord rec 387, cassette ten 387), from retailers
An eight-part serial written by Philip Mackie.
115 BC. On his deathbed Pot Belly stages his greatest practical joke -leaving a will gleefully designed to cause mayhem. It works. Chickpea becomes king against Cleopatra's wishes. However, Cleopatra turns the mob against him, leaving her free to invite her favourite son, Alexander, to share the throne with her. She gets more than she bargained for.
Book (same title), Â£1 95 from booksellers
Music Composer and conductor:
Cleopatra, the queen/Cleopatra, the young girl:
Cleopatra, the eldest daughter:
Servant in charge:
With PETER SNOW, JOHN TUSA and DONALD MACCORMICK