9.20 Let's Go - Series 1
Ten programmes formoderately handicapped young adults presented by BRIAN RIX
Let's 's Go and Find a Hobby (R)
9.35 Rendez-vous: France
Chemin faisant. En avion; par Ie train; a bord; sur la route. (R)
9.52 Mathscore Two
Fine Adjustment. Laurel and Hardy cut a shelf to length - how accurate must they be? (R)
10.15 Look and Read
Dark Towers by ANDREW DAVIES A reading series for 7- to 9-year-olds based around a humorous ghost story in ten episodes. 8: Beware of the Bird (R)
10.38 Geography Casebook: Britain. Textiles and After How one industry came to dominate Blackburn, and what's happening today. (R)
11.0 Watch. Horns
11.17 Geography 11-14
The Iron and Steel Industry
BERNARD CLARK looks at how the industry moved its location, and investigates current problems. (R)
11.39 Science Topics
Newton and the Space Shuttle The Solar Maximum Repair Mission was an unusual demonstration of Newton's Laws of Motion.
Series producer PETER BRATT (R)
12.0 Une annee chez les Français
4: L 'industriel aristocrate
Featuring BARON DE DIETRICH - head of one of France's richest families.
Producer. French adaptation CAROUNE GODLEY (R)
12.30 Deutsch direkt!
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German
8: Finding employment in Wiirzburg; and the Tiepolo frescoes in the Residenz, that miraculously survived the bombing during the war.
Presented by HANNI VANHAIDEN Director GILL BARNES
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI
(Compkmentary radio programme on Sunday Radio 4 VHF at 5.30pm, repeated next Saturday at 4.30pm) Book £5.95. three cassettes £3. 75 each, and Notes for Teachers E3 25. from booksellers or BBC Publications
12.55 Switch On to English (1) Key aspects of spoken and written English.
Presented by FLOELLA BENJAMIN 8: Talking About Yourself (R)
1.20 Descubra Espana
Las comunicaciones. En camino; en el pan; talleres y fabricas. (R)
1.38 Let's See
Up in the Mountains
2: Highland Fairy Myths and Legends
Many stories are told about Highland fairies and their powers, both good and evil. with SHARON ERSKINE.
ANNE SCOTT JONES , JOYCE DEANS , ERIC CULLEN and GORDON TAYLOR Presenter RHODA MACLEOD Producer MARIANNE BAIRD
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Longer or Shorter
Clive and Rabbit are busy measuring in the party-tricks shop today. (R)
2.15 Near and Far Bags of Sugar
Producing the world's sugar involves farmers all over the world - from East Anglia to East Africa. (R)
2.40 Exploring Science. Cells
Every living thing is made up of cells. The cells divide and specialise to produce the vast range of living material. (R)
Six films about turning points in science, presented by Professor Heinz Wolff
3: At the End of the Rainbow When a young man made a purple dye by accident in 1856, he little knew that this would lead to the conquest of bacterial infections. Film editor KEITH WILTON
Produced by RON BLOOMFIELD
A series in nine parts
Episode 5 by JIM HAWKINS
A job, a girl, all seems to be going well for Tucker ...
Vision mixer SUE THORNE Produced and directed by DARROL BLAKE
Is the Cold War a delicately-maintained peace, or a prelude to global war? Does
Russia wish for peace, or is it her intent to spread
Communist rule into Western democracies?
As the Geneva summit talks begin. Vladimir Posner , the leading commentator of Soviet radio and television, is flying in to take part in Open to Question. Young people from all over Britain, concerned about the arms race and the confrontation between the super-powers, question Mr Posner about Russia - the way of life in that vast country, and its intentions towards those living outside it.
Presented by John Nicholson Research POLLY PHILLIPS Director JUSTIN c. ADAMS Producers DAVID MARTIN
CHARLES NAIRN. BBC Scotland
(Soviet Television: Fact and Fiction. Thursday 8.0 pm)
This week David Hepworth joins The Cure live at the Camden Palace.
Andy Kershaw introduces live studio sessions from
Feargal Sharkey and The Waterboys. On film Lloyd Cole chats to Ro Newton during a recording session for his new album. Mark Ellen visits 'larger than life' Kiss on location for their new video. Hindsight features The
Teardrop Explodes from 1979; Richard Skinner reviews today's charts; and the Video Vote number to call is
Producers JOHN BURROWES and TREVOR DANN
Director DAVID G. CROFT
Editor MICHAEL APPLETON
A duel of words and wit between Arthur Marshall Julia McKenzie Chris Serle and Frank Muir Fern Britton Robin Bailey
Referee Robert Robinson Devised by MARK GOODSON Produced and directed by PAUL CIAN 1
with Chris Kelly Michael Barry and Jill Goolden
Everyone is being urged to. adopt a better diet - but how can you tell healthy from unhealthy food? Food and Drink, with the Coronary
Prevention Group, launches a competition to help: the challenge is to design the best at-a-glance system of nutritional food labelling.
What goes into the definitive Irish stew? A special report from Ireland reveals a culinary controversy - are carrots legitimate or not?
And to go with the stew - the craftiest recipe for homemade bread (Irish style). It takes just 15 minutes.
Director JILL DAWSON
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
A series by GRAHAM REID
While serving in Northern
Ireland, young Paul Rodgers married Colette, a Catholic girl from West Belfast.
Disowned by her family, she lives in married quarters in England with their two young children. Now her father is dying and she determines to visit him. But her homecoming is complicated by more than the fact of her marriage outside the family's faith.
In another part of the city a Protestant girl, Carol Brown , is blindly in love with a Catholic soldier from
Bradford - and quite determined that love can conquer all.
Designer JOHN ARMSTRONG Sound JIM SHERIDAN
Lighting ALAN HENDERSON
Executive producer KEITH WILLIAMS Producer TIM IRONSIDE WOOD Director JAMES ORMEROD
The Accordion Strikes Back What do Charles Dickens , Count Leo Tolstoy , Barry Manilow and James Anderton , Chief Constable of Manchester, have in common? A love of the accordion.
Tonight Arena investigates the appeal of a much-maligned instrument from its roots in Imperial China, and appraises its bellowings from Cajun to the classics, from
Stockhausen to Jimmy Shand. Other sounds from around the world include the heart-throbs of the Indian cinema, Tex-Mex superstar
Flaco Jiminez , Soweto's Mahotella Queens, and the Accordion World Cup in Folkestone. Photography JOHN HOOPER
Film editor DON FAIRSERVICE Producers ANTHONY WALL and NIGEL FINCH
Director RICHARD SPENCE
Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary with Jenni Murray and Ian Smith
Tonight Peter Snow reports from Geneva on the progress of the Summit between the United States and the USSR and assesses, with the help of experts, the mood on both sides.
Christopher Jones reports on today's proceedings in the Upper House.