Technology: Facts are not Enough
The weekly magazine programme for Asian women which provides advice and information on matters of interest to them.
An ASIAN UNTT presentation
BBC Pebble Mill
9.52 Making History
The Middle Ages: The Church The role of the Church, seen through the eyes of contemporary pilgrims and the presenter, RICHARD BURROWS.
Dramatisation KEITH GOODALL Producer jill SHEPPARD (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read Fair Ground!
3: Hired Hands
Bert takes on two new men in a hurry. They seem to be good workers - but Rachel is uneasy. Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
10.38 Investigating Science Elementary My Dear Watson From fingerprints to faces - how the process of classifying has helped solve the problem of uniquely identifying people. Narrator MAC ANDREWS
Director MICHAEL MOSLEY (e)
How Does Your Garden Grow? How can the exploration of a crystal garden lead to the idea of classifying crystal shapes? Series producer ROBIN GWYN (e)
Movement: From Here to There Which make the best wheels - conkers, corks or cotton reels?
Louise finds out when she visits JOHN RANKIN INFANTS SCHOOL to see some land yachts. Jaye goes for a ride on some much bigger wheels - those of a steam train. Presented by JAYE GRIFFITHS and LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR Producer JULIE CALLANAN
Series producer JULIA DRUM (e)
11.17 Now and Then
People and the Elements
The Secrets of the 'Mary Rose ' More than 16,000 items were recovered from the wreck of the Mary Rose. The range of finds is enormous: fruit pips and animal bones indicate the diet of the Tudor sailors; footwear and clothing show how they were dressed. Together these items provide rich evidence for what life was like on board a Tudor warship.
Producer NICHOLAS WHINES (e)
11.40 Wondermaths: Logo Sub and Super
Window frames, pelican crossing lights and the tune of 'Frere Jacques ' show Logo procedures made from sub-procedures, while timmy MALLETT gets involved in a computer adventure.
Producer MORTON SURGUY (e)
11.57 Childcare and Parenthood The First Vital Months
A look at the families featured in the previous programme - the babies have now arrived. How is everyone coping?
Producer DIANE MORGAN (R) (e)
Going to Work: Life Skills Settling In by BILL LYONS
Kay and Steve move in to their new flat. Winston, Claudia and Brenda settle in to their jobs with varying degrees of success. Eddie joins the YTS. Gary's future is undecided. With SANDY RATCLIFF
BILLY HAMON. ANN MORRISH RIO FANNING. NICK CONWAY
NICK REDING. CASSIE MCFARLANE PIPPA LAY. TONY MCPHERSON
GORDEN KAYE , RICHARD WALKER. Producer PAUL MITCHELL (R) (e)
12.40 The Taste of Health with JUDITH HANN
Outdoor Eating (R) (e)
1.38 Walrus. What Should I Do? Alice and the Axolotls by TONY PARKER
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo has a nightmare after Harry reads the puppets the story of The Gingerbread Man. Maths-at-the-fair: Slides and roundabouts.
Presenter JENI BARNETT Animation MIKE HIBBERT
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (e)
As sunshine unlocks the long Arctic winter, thousands of geese, duck and waders flock in to breed. Summer is brief, but there's a bonanza of insects in marsh waters, and a sudden flush of flowers and food on the grey-green tundra. Photography
BERNARD HEDGES. HUGH MILES Producer KEITH HOPKINS BBC Bristol
from Milton Keynes
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Nick Clarke presents an early edition of the nightly programme, in which he'll further explore some of the topics covered in recent days, along with live coverage of major afternoon events, including both Houses of Parliament. Newsnight's team of reporters and correspondents develop the issues of the week, with those making the news. Editor RICHARD TAIT
Regional News and Weather
Half an hour with Pamela and her friends. BBC Pebble Mill
Matthew Manning was 11 when he became the focus for Poltergeist activity. He also received automatic writing messages and produced drawings apparently inspired by artists such as Picasso, Durer and Beardsley. His
Sifts attracted attention from scientists and the media before an experience in India
Jed him to become a healer.
Reporter Stewart White Film editor KAREN HEWARD "jxlucer mike purton
Frank Muir and John Amis challenging Denis Norden and 'an Wallace over questions set by Steve Race (R)
byA.J.CRONIN dramatised in ten parts by DON SHAW. Starring
Ben Cross, Clare Higgins
2- Miss Page won't accept that the increase in Dr Page's patients has anything to do with Andrew.
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director PETER JEFFERIES
The Lada Inter-City
Hockey Championship from Crystal Palace England's team thrilled millions of viewers when it reached the World Cup Final at Willesden last year. Now the players are on parade again, competing for their cities. STEVE RIDER introduces highlights of the semi-finals. Commentator
(The Final tonight at 11.20pm)
from Crans-Montana featuring The Women's Super Giant Slalom
DAVID VINE introduces highlights of this new Olympic and World
Championship event. Can West Germany secure the 'Super-G' double today after the predicted success of their men yesterday? The winner and runner-up of last season's World Cup in this discipline were Munich-born MARINA KIEHL and team-mate
MICHELA GERG. Commentator
TV presentation by SSR, Switzerland Producer JIM RESIDE
The World Series Cup England v West Indies from Devonport
England visits Tasmania for the first time in the World Series Cup to play its final match in the series of eight qualifying games in this triangular one-day tournament. Highlights are introduced by RICHIE BENAUD Television presentation by CHANNEL 9, Australia
Presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden Yes, Minister ... Britons have been called the sick people of the western world and diet has a lot to do with it. Food writer Geoffrey Cannon calls for a dedicated Ministry of Food to be set up to tackle the problem.
Middle-age Spread ... one way of tackling over-indulgence in fat is to use a low-fat spread, but which tastes the best? A team of home economists finds out. Film directors
WILFRED EMMANUEL JONES and CHARLES FURNEAUX
Studio director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
continues a season of films new to television. Tonight starring Elizabeth Taylor Jane Alexander
Hollywood's golden age had never seen anything like it - for 20 years two of Tinsel Town's most powerful women, gossip columnists Hedda Hopper and Louella Parsons , spat bile at each other across every newspaper, radio station and restaurant in town, and coast to coast! This colourful and sharp production features a rare TV appearance by Elizabeth Taylor as real-life queen cat Louella Parsons.
Screenplay by JACQUELINE FEATHER and DAVID SEIDLER
Produced by JAY BENSON Directed by GUS TRIKONIS
(First showing on British television)
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Louis B Mayer:
Dr Harry Martin (Docky):
Bill Hopper (adult):
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with reports by Nick Worrall Ian Smith , Nick Clarke
Gill Nevill and Chris Lowe
from Crystal Palace
STEVE RIDER introduces highlights of the final of this tournament. Commentator
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH Producer ALAN GRIFFITHS