6.30 Geology: From Swamps to Coal
6.55 Inner City Story (4)
with subtitles, followed by Weather
When the first Outward
Bound course was held in 1941, it was to train young wartime seamen to survive in open boats. Now, 40 years later, why do young people 'volunteer' to subject themselves to three weeks of intense physical and mental activity? To discover who comes on today's courses, and what they gain from them, follow a group of students at Eskdale Outward Bound School in the Lakes. Executive producer JOHN MAPPLEBECK
Producer RICHARD ELSE
Jailbreakers Slim Sherman finds himself in direct confrontation with the law by aiding a fugitive's search for a saloon girl who, as the sole witness to a murder, could clear his name. The Marshal leading the posse is also determined to find the girl - to silence her for good!
Written by JOHN CHAMPION Directed by JOE KANE (R)
Annabel Croft , one of Britain's most promising tennis players, receives tips from Andy Peebles on how to improve her game, while she tells him how to improve his record collection. Included in her recommendations are
Spandau Ballet, Culture Club and John Lennon. Director RON TAYLOR
Producer ULTAN GUILFOYLE
How are we doing so far?' wonder Lisa and Jeremy. they've won the audition and patched Jonathan examine
Milton Keynes. They've suffered dreadful indignities In Plymouth. And now they've been flown to Aberdeen in Scotland. Still they're loving every moment of it, and hits seem to be exploding out of the great music they're playing. success has no limits. Executive Producer Jonathan King Production Peter Hamilton
The sinister name of one of the classic British rock climbs, first scaled by the 'egendary team of Joe Brown and Don Whillans , who found it hard to climb in their 20s. ooth now in their 50s, they meet up again for 'a vertical trip up Memory Lane'.
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
Seventh of eight programmes
Flags and bunting, starter cannon thundering at five-minute intervals, a Solent alive with sail, including top 'hternational crews competing for the Admiral's Cup - all combine to make
COwes week one of the great social and sailing events of the year. Bob Langley ,
Debbie Rix and Malcolm JJcKeag are there to sample the atmosphere and to meet the people who add lustre to this prestigious event.
Direcfors TONY RAYNER. MARK KERSHAW rfpducer TONY RAYNER
BBC Pebble Mill
starring Spike Milligan
John Bluthal , Keith Smith
With DAVID ADAMS SUZANNE SINCLAIR ALAN CLARE
MIKE O'MALLEY LINZI DREW and special guest appearances by David Jacobs Burt Kwouk
In this thought-provoking programme, Spike Milligan takes a restrained and patronising look at unemployment; the GLC Marital Harmony Squad;
Japanese ritual suicide; the British space programme; and Hitler's well-meaning attempts to break into the pop music business and become a household name. Written by SPIKE MILUGAN. NEIL SHAND
ANDREW MARSHALL. DAVID RENWICK Lighting BERT POSTLETHWAITE Produced and directed by ALAN J.W. BELL (R)
by TERRY JOHNSON and KATE LOCK
Tuesday's child.... is full of grace.
Teresa has been on a visit to the Holy Land. She goes to Fr Doyle at confession, to confide news of a miracle.
Designer LYNDA KETTLE Produced and directed by ROBIN MIDCLEY BBC Pebble Mill
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
A look at the City of London written and narrated by Brian Redhead
The dragon is the symbol of this 'city within a city', the great financial centre where the bustle of modern commercial life takes place alongside dignified tradition and ceremony.
This kaleidoscopic view takes in the Stock Exchange, Lloyds of London, and the City Corporation-a unique body of government - as well as the vibrant markets and cultural oases of this very special square mile.
A World Wide production
11.35 X-rays and Energy Levels
When Rontgen discovered X-rays, it revolutionised medicine. Not so well-known is how the discovery helped revolutionise our understanding of the atom.
12.0 Zoroastrian Orthodoxy Zoroastrianism has survived unchanged for 2.000 years.
PROFESSOR MARY BOYCE traces the history of the tiny group of Zoroastrians who retreated to the village of Sharifabad in central Iran, after the establishment of the Muslim empire.