9.36 Maths Counts 4: A Table in Time by JOHN TULLY
Sex on British rail? Not quite! But SX enables Wendy to get Stephen out of trouble.
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R)
9.58 Thinkabout Keeping Warm
10.15 Science Workshop Stability (1)
10.38 Exploring Science Designing Structures
11.0 Near and Far Bags of Sugar
Producing the world's sugar involves farmers all over the world - from East Anglia to East Africa. (R)
11.22 The Bible Lands 4: The Passion of Christ
Crowds gathered to greet Jesus as he rode towards Jerusalem to celebrate Passover. He had travelled this way on many occasions, but this was to be the last time....
Presenter PETER CONOLLY Producer R. DILWYN JONES
11.45 Advanced Level Studies: Statistics
Counting defective TV sets in a manufacturer's sample and counting marram grass tillers in sand dunes both involve statistical distributions. (R)
12.5 pm Buongiorno Italia! A course for beginners in Italian
7: Cosa ce da Vedere? (R)
12.30 Hold Down a Chord
The seventh programme of a beginner's course in folk guitar with JOHN PEARSE (R)
12.45 Wheels of Fire
Ten films about development issues in India.
7: We are so Poor, But we are so Many
The self-employed Women's Association. (R)
Basic skills in Spanish
Asking permission; asking the way; tickets and travel (R)
1.38 Around Scotland
Burgh life in 1623. A three-part unit on a merchant's family in 17th-century Scotland. 2: Breaking the Law
Written by DEREK WALKER
Nicholas Robert trotter Sarah Duthie ........MARY RIGGANS Peter Duthie. ............PAUL HERLEY Dan ALECHEGGIE Burgh officer .... WILLLAM ARMOUR Annie ......................... JENI GIFFEN Presenter ALEX NORTON Designer CAMPBELL GORDON Producer TOM COTTER (R)
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds 'M'isfor Monster
Duncan is scared by a monster but Sam tells him a story about a mouse. (R)
2.15 Music Time
7: The Regular Beat
2.40 History File. Britain Alone (Shoum on Monday at 10.38pm)
The Benson and Hedges Championships from Wembley Arena
Further coverage of this afternoon's matches.
Introduced by BARRY DAVIES
Tennis and other sport news on Ceefax
with subtitles, followed by Weather
A series of ten programmes featuring playwright
Peter Terson and reporter travel by gypsy wagon along the old pilgrims' route from Winchester to Canterbury.
In the third programme of the series Peter and Dennis, with their horse Marcus and Toby the donkey, leave Alresford. Dennis decides to take a trip on the old steam railway, leaving Peter to plod on alone. They meet up at Four Marks, visit Jane Austen 's village of Chawton and finish this stage of the journey at Binsted.
Film editor BEV AMBROSE Producer JOHN COLEMAN
'Vengeance is mine,' sayeth the captain of the Enterprise, but his thinking has been clouded by a malevolent force on Argus X - a thing from his past which arouses a guilty conscience. With the crew just hours from death, will Kirk's fanatical pursuit of revenge outweigh the responsibilities of command?
Written by ART WALLACE
Directed by RALPH SENENSKY (R)
Captain James T Kirk:
Most of the fish landed in the south west is exported to discerning customers in France and Spain. Sadly, the British ignore the fishy treats that surround their shores.
But coming to the rescue is intrepid cook Keith Floyd , who feels passionately about the many overlooked varieties of seafood.
In tonight's programme, the first in a series of seven, he explores the culinary delights of hake, squid and monkfish. Photography MALCOLM BALDWIN Film editor PHIL WILKINSON Producer DAVID PRITCHARD
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Car crashes, motorbike collisions, horse falls, jumping from high buildings - just part of the working life of Yorkshireman Roy Alon, one of the world's top film stuntmen.
The Prince and Princess of Wales in Australia and the USA
The enthusiastic reception in two continents in the same week has again proved the worldwide popularity of the Princess of Wales.
First the Prince and Princess ended their visit to Australia - taking in a day at the races for the Melbourne Cup. Then to the United States and a variety of engagements ranging from dinner with the Reagans at the White House to polo at Palm Springs. And everwhere the limelight fell on the Princess.
Michael Cole in the USA
Brian Hanrahan in Australia
Chief picture editors
RUSS CROMBIE. JOHN HINKLY Produced by GORDON CARR A BBCtv News special
The monthly literary magazine presented by Ian Hamilton
'I didn't set out to be a man of letters. I set out to be a traveller, a novelist, a short story writer ...'
V. S. Pritchett , reluctant man of letters, and master of the short story, will be 85 next month. As he revisits childhood haunts in suburban Dulwich and Sedbergh in the Cumbrian fells, Sir Victor talks to Ian Hamilton about his wandering life, his impossible parents, and the art of the short story.
Extracts from his work are read by Ronald Pickup .
Also in tonight's programme, a Bookmark profile of Mrs Dora Saint , the author behind the phenomenally successful 'Miss Read' books who for more than 30 years has chronicled the concerns of English village life from shortbread to church kneelers. Directors
ROLAND KEATING , PATCHY WHEATLEY Producer ROGER THOMPSON Executive producer NIGEL WILLIAMS
Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones bring you the third programme of this 425-part epic science series. This week they ask the question which has baffled millions: 'How does James Burke get away with it?' with Robin Driscoll Peter McCarthy Janine Duvitsky Prunella Gee
Sarah Jones-Parry Annette Lynton
Geoffrey McGivern and Rebecca Stevens Written by COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH
TERRY KYAN , RORY MCGRATH
ROGER PLANER. LAURIE ROWLEY PAUL SMITH and others Music PETER BREWIS
Designers MALCOLM THORNTON and MARK SEVANT Produced by JOHN KILBY and JIMMY MULVILLE
A series of films about the way we live now.
Searching for a Miracle
Patrick Dawson believes in miracles: 'You don't have to be a religious maniac to believe they still can happen.' Patrick and his young wife Rosemary, from Antrim in Northern Ireland, set out on a pilgrimage to Lourdes with daughter [text removed], 3, and son [text removed], aged 2. [text removed] suffers from Hurler's
Syndrome, a genetic disorder from which doctors say he will not recover.
Their parish priest tells the Dawsons that they will find 'sin and salvation' in the famous small town in the French Pyrenees. Tonight's film follows the family from dignified religious ceremonies to shopping trips in a town dedicated to jazzy commercialism. They join up with other families and find that after a week in Lourdes, there is a change ...
Photography RICHARD ADAM Sound recordist ROBIN swain Film editor ALAN LYCO
Producer HARRY WEISBLOOM Editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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by Shane Connaughton
A series in eight parts devised by Mustapha Matura and Rudy Narayan
Starring Rudolph Walker and Kika Markham
Paddy Brady has lived in London for 20 years. One Saturday night he, his English wife, his small children and his mother-in-law, are bundled into prison by the police and held incommunicado...
West Indian music played by:
The Half and Half
Det Insp Sampson:
Det Sgt Hogg:
Det Insp Denby:
Det Sgt Sumner:
Mr Justice Stokes:
John Tusa , Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary with Jenni Murray and Ian Smith present reports, interviews and analysis.
Christopher Jones reports on today's proceedings in the Upper House.