The Pre-School Child: Give and Take
10.35 Parents and Teenagers: Inside Out
11.0 Open Forum: ' Solving Dotty Problems ' - a lecture by Dr Robin Wilson
The Cruel Choice
Each year in Britain four million animals are used for animal experiments. Scientists maintain that these are essential to our future health and safety. But does it have to be either our well-being or animal welfare?
Narrated by PAUL VAUGHAN
Written and produced by SOPHY ROBINSON and FANNY PRIOR Editor GRAHAM MASSEY
The State Express
World Team Classic 'from
The Hexagon, Reading The Final
Last year CLIFF THORBURN , KIRK STEVENS and BILL WERBENlUK were three happy Canadians in the world of snooker as they won the team title for the first time.
They are back, eager to prove that they are the best team again. STEVE DAVIS , TONY KNOWLES and TONY MEO represent England this year and Wales have the faithful RAY REARDON , TERRY GRIFFITHS and DOUG MOUNTJOY on duty again. Waiting hopefully in the wings are DENNIS TAYLOR , EDDIE CHARLTON and EDDIE SINCLAIR and their teams hoping for a slip from the favourites.
DAVID viNE Introduces the climax of the tournament as the final day begins.
JACK KARNEHM , CLIVE EVERTON
Summarisers JOHN SPENCER , REX WILLIAMS
KEITH PHILLIPS , KEITH MACKENZIE Executive producer NICK HUNTER
South of Scotland v All Blacks
BILL MCLAREN commentates from Gala on the second match of the All Blacks short tour of Scotland and England.
The strong Border clubs, which make up the South of Scotland side, contain a number of Lions who will be anxious to reverse the pattern of the summer tour of New Zealand.
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH introduces the programme, and brings news and views of the rest of the weekend's rugby.
Series producer HUW JONES
plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Michael Cole
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton with LUKE CASEY , NICK CLARKE , BILL KERR ELLIOTT , MARK ROGERSON. Including this week
Pain in Spain: how the collapse of Spain's biggest private industrial empire has left its founder in exile and the Government trying to pick up the pieces; and Graduating to Profit: the student union which has gone into the leisure business to counter the effect of spending cuts.
Director DON BARLEY
Deputy editor MICKAEL HOGAN Editor RICHARD TAIT
from West Hill Golf Club, Surrey
Six programmes in which Peter Allis plays golf and talks with well-known people. This week: Sir John Junor , Editor of the Sunday Express. The longest-serving editor in Fleet Street, Sir John reflects on how he was once sacked on Christmas Eve, his attempts to become an MP and the philosophy behind a major newspaper.
Director ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer BOB ABRAHAMS
A black-and-white bear or a giant racoon: scientists are still arguing the origins of China's legendary and much-loved giant panda. Today this symbol of endangered wildlife faces again the threat of starvation in its last wilderness stronghold as its favourite food, bamboo, dies out.
Recently, a unique Sino-American expedition has not only been tracking and observing wild pandas in the spectacular heart of the mountainous province of Sichuan, but working with the Chinese to perfect techniques of breeding the giant panda, whose enigmatic sex-life has frequently made global headlines.
A National Geographic Society and WQED Pittsburgh film
Narrated and presented for BBCtv by Barry Paine
Narrator/Presented for the BBC by:
with Michael Cole Weather
The television review programme with Ludovic Kennedy who this week discusses Rough Justice (BBC1), The Beggar's Opera (BBC2) and Good Morning Britain (TV-am) with David Essex
Gillian Reynolds , Walter Merrick
Plus a report on the smallest television company in Europe: Channel Television - now celebrating its 21st birthday.
Director TREVOR DANN Producer CHRIS MHR
The first in a new series of Forty Minutes documentary films.
'I would have thought that at least 50 per cent of married men in this country either had a mistress, or have one, or will have one....'
'I think a mistress puts a bit of spark back into a marriage, especially a marriage that's on the wane.'
'Some wives are more than pleased if their husbands have got a mistress. It takes the strain off their own relationship.'
Three mistresses from very different backgrounds talk frankly, ruefully and often wittily about their long-term liaisons with married men. The first is a very modem mistress, who openly shares the man in her life with his legal wife. The second has always played a secondary role, her life a lonely vigil, redeemed only by rare and brief encounters. The third enjoyed all the pleasures of being pampered, until she became pregnant, when she became less his mistress, and more the mother of his secret family. All talk shrewdly of men and their weaknesses, of secrecy and discovery, of betrayal and abandonment, and of the eternal triangle - husband, wife, mistress.
Film editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer ROBYN WALLIS
Woddia On: page 93
The State Express
World Team Classic The Final
Who has won the World Team Classic?
DAVID VINE introduces the closing stages of the Final.