9.36 Maths Counts by JOHN TULLY
What Price to Pay?
Bert falls for a 'special offer' but Elsie falls - for Solihull? Series producer
DAVID ROSEVEARE (R)
9.58 Thinkabout Moving Along
10.15 Science Workshop Animals of the Soil (A)
10.38 Exploring Science
Stars: from the earliest times people have looked at the stars and wondered.
11.0 Near and Far Water Moves In
Flooding valleys for reservoirs is one way of supplying the ever-increasing demand for water. What does this mean to the people who happen to live in them?
Producer ROBIN GWYN (R)
11.22 Past Thirteen
Choices in the Third Year
Can Girls Choose Like Boys?
11.45 Politics and You
Bradford - a Local Issue
A group of tenants are thrown in conflict with the council when their homes are found to be structurally unsound. Producer ANDY WALKER (R)
12.5 pm Buongiomo Italia!
(Continued from autumn 1985) A course for beginners in Italian
19: Parliamo un po' (R)
12.30 Pages from Ceefax
12.45 Bellamy's New World Presented by DAVID BELLAMY
Eight films exploring America and its botanical history.
8: Diamonds and the World's Best Friend (R)
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1.20 Appuntamento in Italia Dall'infanzia all'adolescenza Un inizio; Che vita!; Un avvenire migliore? (R)
1.38 Around Scotland Looking Around You 2: Visual Messages
JOHN CRAWFORD illustrates some non-verbal means of communication.
Director 1SHBEL MACLEAN
Producer ROBERT CLARK (R)
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year olds BILLIE-JANE has always had to use a wheelchair; go with her to a barbecue at an adventure playground.
Cosmo and Dibs are helped by BILL OWEN to identify things by touch and sing 'Heads and shoulders, knees and toes'. Director NICCI CROWTHER (R)
2.15 Music Time
The Sleeping Beauty (2)
2.40 History File
British Social History Railways
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
4.5 The Ritz Club National
Hunt Handicap Steeplechase (3m If)
PETER O'SULLEVAN and RICHARD PITMAN
Reporter JONATHAN POWELL Producer FRED VINER
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Last of eight programmes The Revolution will not be Televised
Increasingly dissatisfied with TV and radio programmes aimed 'at' them by the mainstream media, young people are turning to DIY alternatives, often in defiance of the law.
In Liverpool, Storeton
Community Radio broadcasts 18 hours a day from tower blocks, despite constant raids and prosecution by the Department of Trade and Industry.
In Telford, meanwhile, the Dead Honest Soul Searchers make videos for Channel 4 with the support of the media trade union, the ACTT.
'We've been given this bit of free speech, and we'll make the most of it that we can.' In London, BBC producers discuss new ideas for youth programmes and C4 youth supremo, John Cummins , assesses the future.
Film editor MICHEL CREFEUILLE Produced by CHRIS LENT
Written by D.C. Fontana
starring William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Mr Spock, DeForest Kelley as Dr McCoy
Kirk orders his ship to invade the Romulan neutral zone, where it is captured and threatened with confiscation.
While the Captain's distraction grows, Spock's ears are warmed with overtures suggesting that he might be Kirk's logical successor...
Captain James T. Kirk:
Eight films about the pleasures of birdwatching presented by Tony Soper.
2: Water, Water Everywhere Film editor AL GELL
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD (R) Book, £3.50 from booksellers
Introduced by Gerald Harrison from The Assembly Rooms, Derby
Over the next seven weeks 12 champion bands from all over the United Kingdom battle it out for a prize of EI,500 and the title Best of Brass. First Round
MIDLANDS V LONDON and SOUTH v NORTH WEST
Desford Colliery Dowty Band conducted by Howard Snell v Newham Band conducted by Melvin White v Foden OTS Band conducted by Howard Snell and competing for the viewers' Sovereign Award, three cornet soloists:
Martin Winter, Elaine Wolff and John Hudson
Lighting JOHN ALLINSON Sound NEIL MURRAY Design ANDY DIMOND Producer KEN GRIFFIN
Armed like battleships, these flowers are the warriors of the plant world.
Michael Jordan looks at how their defence strategy is put into practice.
Video cameraman ALAN HAYWARD Producer SARA FORD
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Presented by Ian Hamilton. William Trevor is probably best known as a writer of radio and television plays, most of which are adaptations from his own short stories. This month he publishes a new collection, The News from Ireland.
Born and educated in Cork and Dublin, Trevor has lived and worked in England for over 20 years. Ian Hamilton visits him at home in Devon and explores his exile's view of Ireland and the Irish. In a special public reading for Bookmark, Edmund White, the American author of A Boy's Own Story, presents extracts from his new funny and erotic novel, Caracole.
And a profile of the novelist
Ruth Rendell. Admirers place her in the forefront of exponents of the detective story, but she also writes in another vein. Her latest book, Live Flesh, is a disturbing study of fear and phobia in the mind of a rapist. Directors JILL EVANS. DONALD STURROCK. PATCHY WHEATLEY Producer ROGER THOMPSON
Executive producer NIGEL WILLIAMS
with her special guest Bernie Clifton
Karen presents Goldie Hawn (interviewed by Jim Sweeney ); also
Mireille Mathieu , Alan Whicker's mum, Mrs Thatcher's number one hit and a surprise member of the royal family. Songs include 'Why can't it wait till morning?' and dancers POWERPACK give you the 'Smuggler's blues'. Also featuring Steve Steen Vocal backing KAY GARNER SUE GLOVER , SUNNY LESLIE Script associate COLIN EDMONDS Additional material
BRYAN BLACKBURN. ALEX BROWN and PAT MURRAY , KAREN KAY Musical director EDDIE GRAY Choreographer CHRIS POWER
Costume designer DORINDA REA Sound TONY PHlLPOT Lighting ERIC WALLIS
Designer STEPHAN PACZAI Produced and directed by DAVE PERROTTET
A series of films about the way we live now A Case of Malicious
Over the last 18 months, Adrian Simpson, a miner from Stainforth in South
Yorkshire, has been in and out of court, in and out of hospital, lost his job, and worse - all because of the events of a few minutes one summer's day. 'It's really ransacked our lives,' says his wife, Edith.
During the miners' strike,
Adrian spent his days quietly fishing. He went near the picket line only once. A few minutes later he'd been arrested, suffered brain damage and been charged with maliciously wounding a police officer.
It is a crime he says he didn't commit. But the police evidence against him seems clear. If he loses his case, Adrian Simpson faces imprisonment. How will he cope? What will happen to his wife and their two children?
What will the future hold for them? Photography
GRAHAM SMITH , NIGEL WALTERS Film editor MARTIN SHARPE Producer CHRIS CURLING Editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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At the end of the first round of BBC2's international snooker tournament, only two previous Pot Black champions, Cliff Thorburn and Ray Reardon , have survived to reach the quarter-finals. This first quarter-final match, again over one frame, brings together Patsy Fagan, Southern Ireland, playing in this televised tournament for the first time, and the young Londoner, Jimmy
Commentator TED LOWE Referee JOHN WILLIAMS Presenter DaVid Icke Producer JOHN G SMITH BBC Pebble Mill
John Tusa , Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary with Jenni Murray and Ian Smith present the reports and interviews behind the main stories of the day.
Highlights of the final day of the National Hunt Festival, featuring the Tote
Cheltenham Gold Cup, worth over E-55,000 to the winner.
helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open
University on Saturday and Sunday. This week's selection includes Historical Legacy and Interpreting a Dream Producer TED SMITH
A BBC/Open University production
Development in a Turkish Village Sakultutan is a Turkish village where anthropologist PAUL STIRLING has investigated the impact of labour migration on the community. Producer ROGER PENFOLD (R)