9.10 Higher Education: Student Life
9.38 Going to Work: Union Matters by BILL LYONS
It is John's first week at work in the kitchen of a large hotel. He soon finds that he has to make a decision about whether or not to join a trade union. With
RUPERT GRAVES, FRANK VINCENT, EVA MOTTLEY, GERRARD HELY, SALLY HOME, EDWARD KELSEY Director PETER M. EVANS
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL
10.0 You and Me: 'In/Out'
Introduced by MICHAEL MAYNARD Producer BARBARA PARKER
10.15 Music Time: 7: The Regular Beat
Presenters JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS , with TERRY DRUMMOND (guitar), DAVID ROSE (bass) and PAUL ABBERLEY (drums). Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
10.38 Twentieth-Century History: Roosevelt and the New Deal
President Roosevelt's far-reaching plans to drag America out of the Depression.
11.0 Zig-Zag: The Detectives
11.23 Talkabout: Two of Everything
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON
11.42 General Studies: Economics. 1: The Money Supply
What does all the economic jargon really mean? PETER OPPENHEIMER tries to explain some of the mysteries.
12.10 pm Wheels of Fire: We are So Poor, But We are So Many.
How the working women of Ahmedabad have banded together to form the Self-Employed Women's Association, SEWA.
12.40 On the Rocks: Mortal Remains
1.5-1.25 Multi-Cultural Education 7: Does School Hurt?
Ethnic minority young people describe their experience of schooling.
1.38 Politics in Action: 2: Please Sir
The campaign to save Irvine Royal Academy from closure. Narrator ALEC HEGGIE
Producer ROBERT CLARK. BBC Scotland
2.1 Words and Pictures: Run, Rabbit, Run
Mr Rabbit helps a little girl to decide on a present for her mother's birthday - something red, yellow, green and blue.
2.18 The History Trail: 4: Roundheads and Cavaliers
The Civil War and its consequences.
Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN
2.40 The Music Arcade: The Guitar
PAUL GALBRAITH plays the classical guitar, and the children sing a song about a guitar.
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The last of four films made in co-operation with the FA to promote a greater understanding of the laws of Association Football. Dealing with Unsporting Behaviour Narrator JOHN MOTSON
Devised and written by KEN ridden of the Football Association Producer BOB ABRAHAMS
The Story of Little Rabbit and Big Rabbit
A series of 18 programmes
Part 7 by MARGARET SIMPSON
Love-hate relationships of several varieties seem to be dominating life for H4.
This week's cast:
Series devised by PHIL REDMOND
Directors CAROL WILKS , ALISTAIR CLARK
Janet St Clair:
by WILLIAM POINTER
Narrated by Gary Watson
A series of filmed narrative dramas
From the day that Benji, peering through National Health specs that seemed welded to his nose, saw Dana on a swing in the park, his life was changed. He wanted to share all the marvels of the seaside with her ... but he didn't mention the dolphins.
Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE
Producer ROGER JENKINS. BBC Bristol
In the final programme, a look back at the series with extracts from the first television performances of such bands as Big Country New Order, Bauhaus and Killing Joke. A glimpse at the other side of Haysi Fantayzee 's Kate Garner , that of the professional photographer.
Studio music from Virginia Astley and The Smiths. An interview with Trevor Horn , ex-producer of ABC, now creating a very different sound for new record label ZTT; and the latest fashions from a group of young designers including Richard Ostell who designs for ' Flip' and Sue Clowes who provided the original clothes for Boy George. All this, the winner of the poetry competition, and more!
Executive producer MICHAEL APPLETON Director DAVID G. CROFT Producer JOHN BURROWES
Delia Smith shows how to make smoked mackerel pate, marinaded kipper fillets, and a smoked fish pie for all the family.
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS
Producer PETER RIDING
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin invite you to a laugh-a-minute extravaganza. Tonight's guest stars Van Johnson , Greer Garson Sammy Davis Jr , Liberace and the Laugh-In regulars.
Director GORDON WILES
Executive producer GEORGE SCHLATTER
Bob Monkhouse presents his international comedy showcase introducing the best of comic talent from both sides of the Atlantic.
His special guests this week are: the legendary Tommy Cooper singing impressionist Karen Kay and America's most original new comedy star Steven Wright. Featuring music from
The Harry Stoneham Band
Programme associate NEIL SHAND Script associates
DENNIS BERSON , SPIKE MULLINS
Sound HUGH BARKER. Lighting BILL MILLAR Designer PAUL TRERISE Director GEOFF MILES
Produced by JOHN FISHER
Imagine a city the size of Liverpool where nobody has had a second child for three years; where nobody gets pregnant without official permission; where a second baby has no legal identity and can lose you your job, and where neighbours and workmates are officially encouraged to report any unauthorised pregnancy.
Changzhou, an industrial town near Shanghai, is such a place. It's one of the most successful examples of China's policy, announced in 1980, that ' because of the coming over-population crisis, each couple will henceforth only be allowed a single child '.
How do the Chinese enforce such a severe policy? How do they present it to the people as acceptable, even desirable? And what happens when, despite pressures, a woman becomes pregnant for the second time?
This film traces the personal and detailed events in Changzhou during two weeks last March, following the factory birth control workers, the ' Granny Police' and the local families, as they struggle to apply - or in some cases, to get round - the ' one child policy'. Narrated by PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor RODERICK LONGHURST Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Written and directed by EDWARD GOLDWYN
ALDOUS HUXLEY wrote: That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons that history has to teach.
Frank Delaney talks to three historians who give very different lessons. They are Raymond Wil liams, political and cultural analyst and novelist, whose ideas have influenced two generations since the publication of Culture and Society 1780-1950; Christopher Andrew , modern historian and expert on British Intelligence and French Imperialism; and John Keegan , whose highly acclaimed The Face of Battle altered the traditional approach to military history.
Director PHILIP CHILVERS
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER