The London Food
Commission was established as a voluntary organisation two years ago to look into food issues of concern to the ethnic minorities. In today's programme Kiran Shukla , one of its founder members, outlines the commission's activities. Lalita Ahmed talks to English musician
Roy Stanley about his interest in Asian pop music.
An ASIAN UNIT presentation BBCPebbleMill
9.35 Treffpunkt Osterreich A language resource Die Bodybuilding-
Weltmeisterschaft in Graz
Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (E)
Look, Look and Look Again Portrait of the Artist
Producer EDWARD HAYWARD (R) (E)
10.15 Look and Read Badger Girl
Finding the Ponies
With MARGO GUNN. JOHN HOLLIS ASHIEK MADHVANI
JAMES MARSTON , JULIA MILLBANK KIERON O'SHEA , WILLIAM SQUIRE CHARLES COLLINGWOOD
KATIE HEBB and GARY WATSON Assistant producer ROGER FRY Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (E)
10.38 Science in Action Fruits of the Earth
Instant photosynthesis, current research into improving the pea harvest, and plenty of ideas for plant experiments.
Presented by TERRY MARSH and KJARTAN POSKITT Series advisors
JACKJE HARDIE , ANNE CULLEN Series producer ROBIN MUDGE
Producer CLARE ELSTOW (R) (E)
Clothes: What We Wear (E)
11.17 Near and Far Moorlands
Narrated by MARY DOWNING Produced by ROBIN GWYN (R) (E)
11.40 Wondermaths Programme 8
Written by COUN DAVIS Designer RORY MITCHELL
Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN (E)
11.57 MI 10: Mathematical Investigations
15: Decimals Forever 16: How Likely?
Presenter HILARY CLOUGH (R) (E)
12.18 pm Maths Counts How to Find Venus (R) (E)
12.40 Politics of Pressure
Devised by MALCOLM DAVIES 3: Direct Action
Narrator MOIRA STUART Director CHRIS LENT
Producer TONY ROBERTS (R) (E)
1.33 English Time: Buddy by NIGEL HINTON with ROGER DALTREY as Terry 4: That'll Be the Day
Film editor ALASTAIR MACKAY Produced and directed by ROGER TONGE (R) (E)
Voice of Hudson:
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Introducing the number six. Story: The Gingerbread Man Film director MIKE MILNE
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (E)
Tightening the Belt
'It gets up my nose I'm afraid. People that go on "you should be eating this, you should be eating that"; I'd love to see somebody like that try and live on what we do,' says Carol, trying to feed her family of six on E25 a week. Director DICK FOSTER
Producer IAN WOOLF (E)
with the Salvation Army
Celebrate the world of models by flying the Dr Who intergalactic spaceship. Drive Stephenson's Rocket. Ride the amazing Ballybunion monorail before it falls over sideways. In the life of Robert Symes, Premier baron of the former Austro-Hungarian empire, every model works and each one tells a story.
Pamela meets another lively collection of celebrities, loonies and ordinary people who make up life in Britain today.
Brittany and Cornwall have many things in common. Their cultures have been intertwined for thousands of years. Alas, the Cornish appetite for fish has not developed in the same way as the Bretons'. Intrepid cook and gastronaut Keith Floyd travels to the lovely town of St Malo to discover 'la difference'.
FUm editor DAVID SHARP
Producer DAVID PRTTCHARD BBC South West (R)
In just one month in 1910 Tom Sopwith taught himself to fly. Four years later his aviation company was to design and manufacture a series of classic military aircraft. Sir Thomas Sopwith is now 98. Two years ago he talked to Raymond Baxter about the pioneer days of British aviation and the development of the most famous allied fighter of World War I: the Camel.
Remarkable memories of a great era
Producer JONATHAN DENT (R)
Introduced by Ray Moore from Doncaster and Middlesbrough.
Earlier this year Ray Moore visited some of the schools and music colleges that provided the young musical talent for last season's
Schools Prom. In this last of four programmes, groups from the north are featured: The Doncaster Youth Jazz Orchestra with guest soloist
Barbara Thompson (saxophone)
The AKS Brass Ensemble from Barnsley and the Grangetown Primary School Recorder Group Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(The Schools Prom is organised by Music for Youth in association with The Rank Organisation and Commercial Union Assurance)
It's not quite on the same scale as the Chinese one - but the Great Wall of Britain has had its moments. To find out if all those years keeping the Picts out and the Romans in have prepared it for the world's fastest TV rock show - tune in as No Limits meets Hadrians Wall.
Assistant producers JEM KIME
CAROLE CALDWELL. MICHELE BURGESS Production PETER HAMILTON BBC Manchester
by WALLY K. DALY
At 16, Danny thought it would be nice to try the white powder. 'Chuck it in the canal,' said Geoff, but then it became a habit and dealing was the only way to support it. So why is Danny suddenly determined to stop and why does Geoff offer to help?
Producer ROGER TONGE Director ANDY WALKER
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After a 5.0 am start in Edinburgh and some daunting stages in the Scottish Borders and the Lake District, the cars have now arrived in Liverpool at the end of the third day of the Lombard/RAC Rally.
William Woollard introduces the action, with commentary from Barrie Gill and behind the scenes news from Sue Baker.
Australia v England
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the fourth day's play in Brisbane.
Television presentation CHANNEL 9 Australia
The popular game of musical knowledge with Frank Muir and John Amis challenging
Dennis Norden and Ian Wallace over questions set by Steve Race
TV presentation DOUGLAS HESPE (R)
Presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden Week by week ... food news, investigations, challenges, tests, tastings and cooking. Cheese ... news of Britain's first organic cheese in large-scale production. The experts like it, but will it get into the supermarkets? and Wine ... how do the French choose their wine? A disc jockey, a lorry driver, a secretary and a businessman tip their favourite tipples.
Tasting ... a pensioner couple samples a week's meals cooked by top chef Michael Quinn. Sticking strictly to their budget, there's just E14 left to cover four days. Film directors
DAVID PEARSON , DEBORAH PERKIN Studio director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
An Anatomy of the Television Personality
Written and presented by Robert Robinson
The magic rectangle - a geometric figure that has only to be placed around the head and shoulders, and suddenly everyone is looking at you. Without any very obvious, or any very special talent for doing anything in particular, you become the person everyone sees ...
Robert Robinson anatomises this novel phenomenon, and asks those who underwent the transformation whether the casual nature of the attention they received makes them feel disposable, whether the most enduring television personality would be one with no characteristics whatsoever, why television personalities so much resent the phrase, and why in the whole history of the thing, only one person has ever refused it ...
Film editor ALAN LYGO
Producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN
featuring the Midnite Follies Orchestra Musical directors
Alan Cohen , Keith Nichors Vocal refrains and introductions by Johnny M. In this tribute to
Louis Armstrong , who died 15 years ago, the 'Midnite Men' sketch his life story with their own romping renditions of some of the best-known parts of his repertoire.
Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Producer DAVE PERROTTET (R)
Analysis and comment on the day's major events presented by Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Nick Worrall with the interviews that matter.
And the day's news from home and abroad with Ian Smith , Nick Clarke
Gill Nevill and Chris Lowe
with William Woollard
Barrie Gill and Sue Baker.
Day three finds the rally cars in Liverpool, preparing for the final leg. News of the day's stages and how the cars and drivers are facing up to the pace.