6.30 Database: Security
6.55 Teaching by Telephone
Continuing the series of Sab Ras - a musical compilation. Today's programme includes songs by Anup Jalota , Nazia Hassan , Mohammed Yousuf and Hansa Dave.
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Pebble Mill
Further live coverage from Blackpool.
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Presented by Margaret Simonot
Decisions about jobs, health and housing all depend on face-to-face interviews; the outcome of these decisions will depend on how both sides play 'the interview game'. 1: Job Interviews looks at documentary film of real job interviews, and reveals some of the hidden patterns that re-occur in most job interviews.
Film editor PETER BARBER
Produced by JULIAN STENHOUSE Book. £2.95 from booksellers
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The first of five films in celebration of the legendary actress's 80th birthday. with Fredric March For ten years the beautiful Anna has resigned herself to a loveless marriage to Count Karenin, lavishing all her affection on her young son. However, a chance meeting with the dashing Vronsky changes her life.... Garbo played Tolstoy's heroine twice during her career, but it is this version that remains one of her greatest roles and ranks as the definitive version among the many screen treatments of the novel.
Screenplay by CLEMENCE DANE and SALKA VIERTEL
Based on the novel by LEO TOLSTOY
Produced by DAVID O. SELZNICK Directed by CLARENCE BROWN (Black and white)
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Where Did We Go Wrong? Typical British food can seriously damage your health. Today's eating habits are now thought to be a main cause of common killer diseases such as cancer and coronary heart disease.
But how did our food become so unhealthy? We've only just begun to realise that as postwar affluence banished hunger and food rationing, it brought ill-health in its wake. And as other countries change to our type of food, we discover that they are starting to suffer from the diseases that now plague Britain.
A celebration of the centenary of the motor car. 1985 marks 100 years of motoring and this unique documentary presents historic sports and racing cars being put through their hair-raising paces on the circuits of Silverstone and Donington Park. The passion of their owners is given ample testimony by the sight of these beautiful machines as, accompanied by the music of Bach, they conjure memories of a glorious past. Directed by NEIL PARKER
(Postponed from 15 August)
Simon Bates presents a diverse yet entertaining selection of the winning entries in a recent international competition for young film-makers. Assistant producer JANINA KOLODZIEV
Director MAY MILLER
Producer BRUCE THOMPSON
(Competition organised by John Halas for BBCtvlUNIAsifa)
with John Pitman Soho
Everything you always wanted to know about
London's crooked square mile - but never dared ask ... Meet the king of swing -
Alfredo, the doorman - who has sung with Frank Sinatra. Hear about naughty ladies and red-stocking murders.
Drink in the afternoon with Ian who knows all about hunting in Soho. And sympathise with old Frankie, who says the girls just aren't what they used to be.
Series producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF Director IMOGEN SUTTON (R)
Warm and intimate view of London's traditional red-light district
(Another programme tomorrow at 9.0)
by A.F.N. Clarke
To the army it's known as 'bandit country' - that part of Northern Ireland close to the southern border.
Patrolling here is always tense, tiring, unpredictable and usually very dangerous. Contact - the army term for an armed exchange with terrorists - can take place at any time.
Writer A.F.N. Clarke was a Captain patrolling this area, and this is his story.
This presentation, originally for Screen Two, has just won the Golden Leopard's Eye Award at Locarno for the Best Film Made for Television. (R)
"Contact was so real it hurt." (Daily Express)
"Holds the attention at bayonet-point. Succeeds brilliantly." (The Standard)
"It told more about one aspect of life in Ulster than a dozen well-meaning documentaries.... a beautifully made film by Alan Clarke." (Sunday Times)
A. F. N.
Including TUC Conference Report - Peter Snow and Vincent Hanna in Blackpool
11.30 Photochemistry: Modelling Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis enables plants to capture the sun's energy. Can we find a way to harness that energy directly?
11.55 Biology: The Plant Cell Wall Plants are made from cells, where structure affects function. This programme concentrates on the study of the cellulose fibrils of the cell wall.