A discussion on food and nutrition chaired by Parveen Mirza. With Kiran Shukla , a dietician, Madhury Mehta , a writer on food, and Saleha Khan , a housewife.
Sarla Maheshwari interviews the 'Man with the Golden Guitar', Van Shipley , who plays some nostalgic tunes.
An ASIAN UNIT presentation BBCPebbleMill
9.35 Treffpunkt Osterreich
A language resource programme. Die Lehrlingszeit
Two apprentices at work and at home. Gabi's a waitress, Claus works in a factory - but his main passion in life is football.
Sound recordist BOB ROBERTS Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
9.52 Look, Look and Look Again. Bits and Pieces
In Wiltshire they examined light and dark; in Leeds they made a model city of the future, and filmed a story set there.
Producer EDWARD HAYWARD (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read
Badger Girl. Panic on the Lake
by ANDREW DAVIES
Mick and the Badgerman are rushing to save the ponies - so are the children. But they face real danger on the lake.
With MARGO GUNN , JOHN HOLLIS ASHIEK MADHVANI, JAMES MARSTON , JULIA MILLBANK NICK ORCHARD. KIERON O'SHEA, WILLIAM SQUIRE, CHARLES COLLINGWOOD, KATIE HEBB and GARY WATSON
Assistant producer ROGER FRY Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
10.38 Investigating Science Solving Problems by Measurement
1: Astronomical Measurements From the Greeks to the present day - how the problem of measuring distances between the stars and earth has been solved. With MARGARET PENSTON 2: Seeing Clearly?
How can measurement enable a fair comparison of how clearly people see things?
Presenter FRED HARRIS
Producer CAROLINE GODLEY
Series producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
11.0 Watch. Clothes: Clothes for Special Occasions
What kinds of clothes do people wear for very important days? From what fabrics are they made? How are they decorated? Two weddings are visited - one at Shepherd's Bush Sikh Temple and one in Westminster Abbey - to look at how people dress for special occasions.
Presented by JAMES EARL ADAIR and JAYE GRIFFITHS
Producer JULIE CALLANAN
Series producer Julia DRUM (e)
11.17 Now and Then
All Change at the Docks
A child's-eye view of the history of London's Surrey Docks and the future of the area, with children from Rotherhithe Junior School.
Radiophonic music ROGER LIMB Film editor HORACIO quiero Producer PAT FARRINGTON (e)
11.40 Wondermaths Programme 9
Why is it getting so hot inside the Investigator? And what do Hudson's flowers have to do with the crisis? Stella and Zak do a graphical investigation.
Voice of Hudson ..JONATHAN IZARD Written by COUN DAVIES
Programme adviser JOHN SHARPE Series producer
DAVID SCOTT COWAN (e)
11.57 MI 10: Mathematical Investigations
17: Get the Facts. 'Men are taller than women.' How might you test such a statement?
18: Rolling. Stonehenge, a 50p coin, a drill that makes a square hole. Presenter HILARY CLOUGH Producers ROBIN MUDGE and DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
12.18 pm Maths Counts According to Plan
Twice as big, 50 times as big - it's a question of scale.
Consultant MARY HARRIS
Director DEREK LONGHURST Series producer
DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
12.40 Politics of Pressure
Five programmes about the art of political lobbying.
Devised by MALCOLM DAVIES 4: Country Matters
Lobbying about the use and abuse of the countryside.
With RICHARD COURSE. ROBIN GROVE WHITE and SIR HENRY PLUMB. Narrator MOIRA STUART Director CHRIS LENT
Producer TONY ROBERTS (R) (e)
1.38 Walrus: Writing for an Audience
How some first-years at a London school made a 'Passport to Pimlico'. Director BARRY TOMALIN
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
A series for 4- and 5-year olds. Introducing the numbers three and five.
Story: Maxine's Piano written and illustrated by CHRIS ABUK Presenter
CHARU BALA CHOKSHI
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
Nursing Care or Loving Care? How much say do parents have in the care of their own children when they're in hospital? The Parent
Programme investigates a complaint by one parent who felt unwelcome when her son was in hospital.
Director STACEY ADAMS
Series producer IAN WOOLF (e)
from Leeds Parish Church * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Tennents United Kingdom Championship
This afternoon sees the start of the last two third-round matches. If DENNIS TAYLOR and RAY REARDON get through the earlier rounds, a very entertaining match is in store, while on the other table the popular TONY KNOWLES should be playing TERRY GRIFFITHS. DAVID VINE introduces coverage of the start of the 17-frame matches from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Join Pamela and her guests for entertainment with music and conversation - her own alternative to Children's BBC.
Producer VANESSA WHITBURN BBC Pebble Mill
Tennents United Kingdom Championship
Further coverage of this afternoon's matches.
Arnold Bennett's mother-in-law lived in one, so he didn't count it - and that's why the five towns turn out to be six - a city with No Limits called Stoke-on-Trent Associate producer JONATHAN KING
Production PETER HAMILTON BBC Manchester
by RAY JENKINS
Of all the girls at the high security assessment centre,
Paula is the only one who has not had her 'date' yet. When will she know what is to happen to her? Have her problems got something to do with the sort of person she is, or does she know something she won't tell her friends?
Film editor ALISTAIR MACKAY Produced and directed by ROGER TONGE
Frank Muir and John Amis are in competition with Ian Wallace and Denis Norden over musical questions posed by Steve Race.
TV presentation DOUGLAS HESPE
A 40 Minutes special
The story of a protest, told by Jancis Robinson. Fulbeck is a small, picturesque village, in the heart of some of the best farming land in Britain. It has a squire, a pub, champion bell ringers, a successful cricket team. In February of this year the Government proposed the World War n airfield at
Fulbeck as a possible site for a nuclear waste dump. The news came like a thunderbolt.
Over the next months the lives of the villagers were transformed.
Squire Julian Fane , former
High Sheriff of Lincolnshire, forsook his quiet life to lead the gentlemanly opposition. Vicar Hugh Middleton found himself dealing with a crisis of faith. Show jumper Lionel Dunning blocked the roads with tractors. The Times called them 'middle-class, middle-aged hooligans from middle-England'.
But the people of Fulbeck were determined to keep the NIREX drills out of their village and out of their lives. Photography IAN STONE
Film editor NOEL CHANAN
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer ANNE WEBBER
Presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden The Great Gadget Handicap ... the best kitchen gadgets for under a fiver, tested by teams of chefs, engineers and WI members.
The Good Food Report
... traditional British cuisine is alive and steaming.
Drew Smith, the Good Food Guide editor, tracks it down. The Not-So-Good Wine Report ... some wines are twice the price and half the quality of others. Food and Drink noses them out.
Film director CHARLES FURNEAUX Studio director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
For fact sheet send 50p cheque or postal order (payable to BSS) to Food and Drink Fact Sheet 3 [address removed]
Jack Warden John Forsythe
An outrageous look at the American legal system, in which
Al Pacino plays
Arthur Kirkland , a young Baltimore attorney who has developed a reputation for being a troublemaker. When Judge Fleming , his courtroom enemy, is charged with raping a girl, the judge asks Kirkland to defend him. In the days that follow, the young lawyer's view of justice and fair play is turned upside down.
Screenplay by VALERIE curtin and BARRY LEVINSON
Produced by NORMAN JEWISON and PATRICK J. PALMER
Directed by NORMAN JEWISON
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Presented by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Nick Worrall with Ian Smith , Nick Clarke Gill Nevill and Chris Lowe