9.52 Look and Read Fair Ground!
2: Comings and Goings
Is someone out to give the four a bad name? Ozzie gets suspicious.
10.15 Around Scotland Energy
2: Black Diamonds and Liquid Gold
10.38 Geography Casebook Inner City
The second of two film reports on how Glasgow has been redeveloped since the war. (R) (e)
11.0 Wondennaths: Logo Turtle Training
(Shownon Tuesday at 11.40am) (e)
11.17 Update USA Sunbelt City Phoenix, Arizona, spreads ever outwards into the surrounding desert as industry cashes in on the 'pro business climate' of the Sun Belt and people move in from the recession-hit manufacturing cities of the northern USA.
Producer LEN BROWN (R) (e)
11.40 Making History
The Middle Ages: The Castle
Warwick Castle was designed more to impress than to be defensible.
12.0 English File
Androcles and the Lion by BERNARD SHAW Parti
A lively version of Shaw's play about ideas - particularly suitable for students of GCSE. With
and with ROY JONES
STAFFORD GORDON. PETER LAND
DESMOND MAURER , JOHN TORDOFF
Designer THOMAS YARDLEY JONES Producer RONALD SMEDLEY (R) (e)
12.32 pm Scene
Friends and Friendships
A documentary devised and performed by pupils from
SPEKE COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, Liverpool with verses by ROGER MCGOUGH.
Filmed by JOHN GOODYEAR
Producer ANDREE MOLYNEUX (R) (e)
1.0 Designers The Truck
An examination of the many different problems faced by designers today - whether they produce pepper-pots or 38-tonne trucks. (R) (e)
1.33 General Studies East Versus West
2: Views from Russia
2.0 News and Weather
2.2 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Dibs can't wait for Harry to arrive at his birthday party.
Presenter HARRY TOWB Film editor DAVID PAINTER Director SUE ARON (e)
The Benson and Hedges Masters
This afternoon should see a clash of two players with totally different styles;
STEVE DAVIS , who must be a strong favourite for the title, against the 'whirlwind' JIMMY WHITE , who beat Steve in last year's semi-finals.
They met recently in the final of the Mercantile Credit Classic when Steve beat
Jimmy by 13 frames to 12. DAVID ICKE introduces coverage of this best-of-nine-frames match from the Wembley Conference Centre. Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM. CLIVE EVERTON Summarisers JOHN SPENCER
JOHN VIRGO. JIM MEADOWCROFT Producer KEITH MACKENZIE including at
Regional News and Weather
News, views, gossip and song ' with Pamela and her guests.
DAVID ICKE introduces further coverage from the Wembley Conference Centre.
from Crans-Montana featuring The Men's Combined Downhill Switzerland's PIRMIN
ZURBRIGGEN defends the first of two titles which he won in Italy in 1985. His world cup form this season suggests that a repeat performance could be in prospect.
DAVID VINE reports from the Swiss Alps on how the Combined Championship was won and on preparations for tomorrow's race of the year. Television presentation SSR. SWITZERLAND
Producer JIM RESIDE
The World Series Cup England v West Indies from Melbourne
With just two qualifying games remaining after today, England know that a winning performance at Melbourne could make all the difference to their chances of reaching the final.
Highlights are introduced by RICHIE BENAUD
Television presentation CHANNEL 9 AUSTRALIA
Vastiana Belfon introduces the weekly magazine from
Britain's black communities. In this edition - how seriously do advertisers take the black consumer? Black faces are rarely seen in major advertising campaigns, but there are signs that times are changing and a huge potential market may soon be recognised. Plus a report on the 70th anniversary of the magazine West Africa.
In a new music feature,
Dixie Peach goes on the road in search of the best in live music from city nightspots. And a new face for Ebony, Sonia Fraser , opens her weekly gossip column. Director ANNETTE MARTIN
Series producer VASTIANA BELFON Executive producer JOHN WTLCOX BBC Pebble Mill
Diane Kenwood John Diamond each with a story of the week from the cities and counties of the south east comer of England.
DAVID HANINGTON BILL JONES
BBC South and East: Elstree
(Regjonal programme - for variations see foot ofcoloumn)
from Duxford Mill, near Cambridge
Presented by Roy Lancaster and Geoff Hamilton
Everything you could wish to know about the propagation, cultivation, disease and pest control in growing roses is in tonight's programme. Last July Roy Lancaster and Geoff Hamilton visited the garden of amateur rose breeder Robert Lea, who has
produced many beautiful new varieties of rose and remonstrates how all gardeners can do this themselves.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON
Producer DENIS W. GARTSIDE
BBC Pebble Mill
Plant list on Ceefax page 261
Books: Three Men in a Garden, Â£12.95; Going to Pot, Â£4.95
Six murder investigations introduced by Ludovic Kennedy 3: Windfall
A father and son lie dead outside their front door - the Victims of an IRA shooting. 400 yards away lies a half-eaten apple ...
The names of people and traces have been changed. dramatisation ROGER DAVENPORT photography BILL BROOMFIELD 'urn editor MICHAEL FLYNN
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON
Directed and produced by "AN DUNCAN. OLIVER MORSE
RUC investigation officer:
Professor of orthodontics:
Scenes of crime officer:
'You can open your veins on television more easily than anywhere. It's the last stronghold for the individualist-writer.' Over the last 20 years Dennis Potter has established himself as not only television's most celebrated playwright, but also its most outspoken. His powerful and daring plays, from Stand Up Nigel Barton - written after he stood for parliament in 1964, through Pennies from Heaven, to the triumph of The Singing Detective have provoked extreme reactions both for and against.
Above all Potter takes a moral position - he describes himself as a religious dramatist. Throughout his work he mines recurring themes and obsessions - his childhood in the Forest of Dean, illness, his sense of the self, sex, the techniques of television itself.
In tonight's Arena he discusses with Alan Yentob the feelings and attitudes that motivate him.
Burt Lancaster Helmut Berger
Elegantly directed by Visconti, Conversation Piece is dominated by a finely-controlled performance by Burt Lancaster as the solitary professor who has filled his grand apartment in Rome with 18th-century paintings of family groups known as 'conversation pieces'. But when the Countess Brumonti lures the reclusive professor into accepting some tenants, he finds his privacy and self-composure increasingly disrupted by the sexually ambiguous presence of the Countess's handsome young German lover.
Screenplay by suso CECCHI D'AMICO LUCHINO VISCONTI. ENRICO MEDIOU Produced by GIOVANNI BERTOLUCCI Directed by LUCHINO VISCONTI
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