starring with Badge of Glory
A preacher lives to regret agreeing to the dying request of an outlaw....
Written by GEORGE SLAVIN Directed by JOE KANE (R)
Rev John Holby:
Babes at Sea
A COLUMBIA cartoon
The Treasure of Serra Pelada Narrated by Michael Dean Serra Pelada is one of the strangest communities in the world; doctors, lawyers, teachers and engineers work alongside simple illiterate peasants from all over Brazil. They are searching for gold. Photography NIGEL MEAKIN Producer BOB SAUNDERS (R)
Regional News and Weather
Music and conversation in the afternoon with Pamela and her guests.
The Development of Life by Professor Lewis Wolpert , FRS Lecture 4: Genes and Flies
A modem Frankenstein bent on creating life would need to sharpen his skills of creation on the fruit fly. With this animal, he'd learn how to make it grow legs on its head or an extra pair of wings.
The second of two programmes
Six days suspended above a Norwegian valley - cameraman Sid Perou 's film of the first free climbing ascent of Europe's highest and most extreme rock face.
The team of daring undercover agents is back to prove that their missions are anything but.... starring
The Glass Cage
A political prisoner suffers on the verge of being broken by relentless and cruel interrogation in the notorious Trast Prison. Will this electronically guarded, escape-proof jail foil even the ingenious IMF's attempts to rescue the man?
Written by PAUL PLAYDON
Directed by JOHN MOXEY (R)
A wildlife quiz in which
Jeremy Cherfas puts posers and puzzles about more than 50 animals and plants.
Pit your wits and knowledge against this week's team of experts
Lionel Kelleway Michael Clegg Jenny Owen
Clive Catchpole Director SARA FORD
Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol
The Complete Piano Sonatas Daniel Barenboim plays Beethoven's Sonata No 3 Op 2 No 3
Directed by Jean-Pierre PONNELLE Produced by METROPOLITAN. MUNICH
A duel of words and wit between
Selina Scott Roy Marsden and Arthur Marshall
Nanette Newman John Dunn
Referee Robert Robinson Devised by MARK GOODSON Produced and directed by PAULCIANI
Presented by Ian Hamilton Tonight's three writers were filmed on the subject of their home territories. Pat Barker was born and brought up in the North East and her novels describe the harsh life of its decaying industrial community. Barker writes about women - the pains and pleasures of childbirth, the threat of male violence and the support and love to be found among the women of a working class street.
Bookmark looked at the history of her region, the theme of her new novel, The Century's Daughter. Also in the programme
Kazuo Ishiguro , bom in Japan of a Samurai family , talks to Ian Hamilton about his two highly acclaimed novels,
A Pale View of Hills and An Artist of the Floating World.
Peter Reading , Ishiguro's rival for the E17,500 Whitbread Award lives in a beautiful, isolated part of Shropshire; his declared aim is to make his poetry 'sing the grotty'. Directors
BOB PORTWAY, PATCHY WHEATLEY Producer ROGER THOMPSON
Executive producer NIGEL WILLIAMS
Introduced by Jonathan King Dallas
It's usually J.R. starring in Dallas. This week it's J.K. visiting Dallas.
Everyone says: 'Aren't you going to run out of stories in America?' The answer is no. Cities keep growing. Dallas was filmed for the very first series and it's interesting to see the changes. J.K. also bumps into old friend and protege Peter Gabriel.
Film cameraman MIKE RADFORD Film sound SIMON WILSON
Videotape editor ROGER MARTIN
Executive producer MICHAEL HURLL Produced and directed by GORDON ELSBURY
A series of films about the way we live now.
JUST FOR WILLIAM
'I've caused you a lot of trouble, Dad,' whispered 9-year-old William [text removed] , in bed in London's Royal Free Hospital, and desperately ill with leukaemia. His best chance of survival was a bone marrow transplant.
Nicholas Woolley tells the story of what happened to William, his 6-year-old sister Harriet - donor of the bone marrow - and their parents Tim and Sue [text removed] during the emotional months of William's treatment last summer.
The family knew that even with a transplant there was a real risk of failure.
The village community of Terrington St John, Norfolk, showed its concern for the popular [text removed]. At school William's friends bought him a cassette recorder to play their messages. Soon there was William's birthday party to look forward to ...
This morning, all being well, William returns to school for the first time in nine months. But it will be years before he can really say he's cured.
Photography CHRIS WEAVER Film editor ROBERT BROWN Producer JULIA MCLAREN Editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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An unaccompanied piano recital in which American composer, arranger and pianists' pianist Dick Hyman plays his own selection of blues, ballads, virtuoso stride-piano pieces, and one of his own themes written for the Woody Allen film
The Purple Rose of Cairo. Sound ADRIAN BISHOP LAGGETT Lighting BRIAN CLEMETT Director TOM CORCORAN Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT