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: Gharbar

Today's topic is 'school meals and diet for children'.
Shaheen Nawab chairs the discussion with a school teacher and a dietician. Suresh Wadkar sings a popular song from the film Ram Ten Ganga Maili.
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Presenter: Shaheen Nawab
Singer: Suresh Wadkar

: Daytime on Two

9.52 Making History: The Middle Ages: The Traders
Richard Burrows shows evidence for the wool trade, visiting places en route from the Cotswolds to Bruges (R) (e)

10.15 Look and Read: Fair Ground!: 5: Come to the Fair!
Bert is determined to stay in business, but Steve and Sidney have other plans. (R) (e)

10.38 Investigating Science: If It Happened Once ...
A look at the way scientists try to predict future events. (R) (e)

11.0 Watch: Movement: On the Road (R) (e)

11.17 Now and Then: People and the Elements: The Spanish Armada
Children from three Devon schools use their own maps, models and pictures to tell the story of the Spanish Armada. (R) (e)

11.40 Wondermaths: Logo
Timmy Mallett, the kids and Logo. (R) (e)

11.57 Childcare and Parenthood: The Child and Other People
The last programme in this series looks at ways of preparing children for new experiences outside the home. (R) (e)

12.18 pm Going to Work: Life Skills: Family Life
Gary leaves home to live with his sister in London, but life is not quite what he imagined. (R) (e)

12.40 The Taste of Health: Friends to Dinner with Judith Hann (R) (e)

1.5 Telejournal (e)

1.38 Walrus: What Should I Do? - Tich and the Trifles by Tony Parker (R) (e)

Contributors

Presenter (Making History): Richard Burrows
Producer (Making History): Jill Sheppard
Written by (Look and Read): Christopher Russell
Produced by (Look and Read): Sue Weeks
Series producer (Investigating Science): Robin Gwyn
Producer (Investigating Science): Caroline Godley
Film editor (Now and Then): John Billingham
Producer (Now and Then): Nicholas Whines
Presenter (Wondermaths): Timmy Mallett
Producer (Wondermaths): Morton Surguy
Presenter (The Taste of Health): Judith Hann
Writer ("Walrus"): Tony Parker
Producer ("Walrus"): Morton Surguy
Tich: David Garlick
Miss Blisset: Faith Tingle
Mrs O'Brien: Carolyn Moody
Mr Arnold: Bernard Gallagher
Mr Grimes: Kenneth Midwood
Alice: Angela Clements
Larry: Mmoloki Chrystie
Jumbo: Charles Imber
George Dogger: Timmy Mallett

: You and Me

A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Cosmo and Dibs discover that sometimes it's not safe to keep a secret.
'Maths-at-the-fair': Dodgems Books: Monsters are Like That;
The Doorbell Rang
Presenter GARY WILMOT Animation PETER LANG and ALAN ROGERS
Director SUE ARON (R) (e)

Contributors

Presenter: Gary Wilmot
Unknown: Peter Lang
Unknown: Alan Rogers
Cosmo: Frances Kay
Dibs: Francis Wright

: Cameo: Ireland

The west coast of Ireland - a winter haunt of wild geese. On sandy shore, terns nest and shriek in summer skies. (R) BBC Bristol

Contributors

Narrator: Roger Snowdon
Presented by: Keith Hopkins

: Songs of Praise

from Shetland
Ceefax Subtitles

: Newsnight Afternoon

Nick Clarke and the Newsnight team explore topics covered in recent days, with live coverage of major afternoon events.

Contributors

Presenter: Nick Clarke
Editor: Tim Orchard

: News and Weather

Regional News and Weather

: Pamela Armstrong

Sit down, put your feet up and relax with Pamela and her guests.

Contributors

Presenter: Pamela Armstrong

: Did She See... ?

Woman to Woman
Few programmes direct themselves exclusively to the female audience. But one that does is the American show
Woman to Woman. Every day the show invites a dozen women from around the country to discuss issues that concern them.
Did She See...? asks
Pat Mitchell , co-producer and host of Woman to Woman, how the programme is made, and what it aims to achieve. Producer CHARLES MILLER

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Mitchell
Producer: Charles Miller

: My Music

Frank Muir and John Amis challenging Denis Norden and Ian Wallace over questions set by Steve Race
Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPE (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Muir
Unknown: John Amis
Unknown: Denis Norden
Unknown: Ian Wallace

: The Citadel: 5

by A. J. Cronin dramatised in ten parts by Don Shaw starring Ben Cross, Clare Higgins
Andrew tells Llewellyn that he and all the other assistant doctors think that their salary payments to him are unfair, and that Andrew has arranged a meeting with them to resolve it.

Contributors

Author: A. J. Cronin
Dramatised by: Don Shaw
Producer: Ken Riddington
Director: Peter Jefferies
Dr Llewellyn: Raymond Bowers
Dr Urquhart: James Copeland
Andrew Manson: Ben Cross
Christine Manson: Clare Higgins
Con Boland: Niall Buggy
Dr Medley: Grafton Radcliffe
Dr Oxborrow: Keith Marsh
Davies: Philip Raymond
Mr Owen: Ray Smith
Dr Gadsby: Preston Lockwood
Sir Robert Abbey: John Welsh
Porter: Keith Campbell
Wilkins: Anthony Hall
Richards: Alaric Cotter
Sam Bevan: Lyn Rees
Rev Parry: Oliver Ford-Davies
Ed Chenkin: Tim Wylton
Mr Bates: Brychan Powell
Chairman: David Garfield
Miner: Danny Davies
Miner: John Rees
Miner: David Bacon
Miner: Douglas Blackwell

: Top Crown

The BBC2 Invitation Pairs Crown Green Bowling Tournament from Pilkingtons Recreation Club, St Helens
The tournament celebrates its seventh anniversary with the ladies making their first appearance. From the 32 originally invited to play, four of the ladies' pairs have made it through to the quarter-finals, which start tonight. At stake is over E7,000 in prize money.
The tournament opens with two mens' pairs who were former Top Crown champions. The winners in 1984, TOMMY JOHNSTONE and EDDIE HULBERT , meet the 1983 champions, KEN STRUTT and DAVID BLACKBURN , the two men with the best record in the tournament.
But the big question is, how will the ladies fare? Introduced by Richard Duckenfield
Commentator HARRY RIGBY Assistant producers JOHN TAIT and GARY NORMAN
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Tommy Johnstone
Unknown: Eddie Hulbert
Unknown: Ken Strutt
Unknown: David Blackburn
Introduced By: Richard Duckenfield
Commentator: Harry Rigby
Producers: John Tait
Producers: Gary Norman
Producer: Keith Phillips

: One Man and His Dog

The BBC Television
International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall
The close working bond between shepherd and sheepdog, with total understanding and trust in each other, is tested by seven speckled-face mountain ewes as the trials continue in mid-Wales, alongside the River Wye. Heat 3: Scotland The competitors:
Peter Hetherington and Jim Bunty Hyslop and Zell Alex McCuish and Hemp Director DAVID PICKTHALL Producer IAN SMITH

Contributors

Introduced By: Phil Drabble
Unknown: Eric Halsall
Unknown: Peter Hetherington
Unknown: Jim Bunty Hyslop
Unknown: Zell Alex McCuish
Director: David Pickthall
Producer: Ian Smith

: Food and Drink

Presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden Amateur Cooking: the finals of the Food and Drink/Taste Magazine Amateur Cook of the Year competition. The finalists - a civil servant, a social worker and a design co-ordinator - are challenged to create a recipe on the spot.
Crafty Cooking: in the third of a series of ethnic recipes, a classic dish from India: lamb tikka with paratha bread. Sherry Drinking: traditionally the preserve of retired vicars, sherry is now appearing in new forms. The makers are fighting hard to reverse their sales decline. Film director RICHARD LIGHTBODY Studio director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
0 RECIPE TIMES: page 79

Contributors

Presented By: Chris Kelly
Presented By: Michael Barry
Presented By: Jill Goolden
Director: Richard Lightbody
Producer: Peter Bazalgette

: Privileged

l starring Robert Woolley
Diana Katis
Oxford. Edward , an egocentric and handsome undergraduate, is attracted to the mysterious Anne Townley , who spurns his advances.
Together they take leading roles in an OUDS production. Gradually their relationship takes on new complications. Meanwhile, a masked figure is terrorising the university city ... This independent
British feature was made by Oxford students, guided by John Schlesinger
Screenplay by MICHAEL HOFFMAN
DAVID WOOLLCOMBE. RUPERTWALTERS Produced by RICHARD STEVENSON and ANDREW PATERSON
Directed by MICHAEL HOFFMAN
(First showing on British television)
0 FILMS: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Woolley
Unknown: Diana Katis
Unknown: Oxford. Edward
Unknown: Anne Townley
Unknown: John Schlesinger
Unknown: Michael Hoffman
Unknown: David Woollcombe.
Produced By: Richard Stevenson
Produced By: Andrew Paterson
Directed By: Michael Hoffman
Edward Blake: Robert Woolley
Anne Townley: Diana Katis
Lord Adrian: Hughie Grant
Lucy: Victoria Studd
Jamie: James Wilby
Justin: Simon Shackleton
Imogen: Imogen Stubbs

: Newsnight

: Weatherview

: Ludwig van Beethoven: The Complete Piano Sonatas

Daniel Barenboim plays Sonata No 14, Op 27 No 2, 'The Moonlight Sonata'

Contributors

Pianist: Daniel Barenboim

: Open University: Introducing Photochemistry

A lighting flash, a snapshot, peeling paint, a tropical forest. What do they all have in common? Light-induced chemical changes. (R)

Contributors

Producer: Peter Firstbrook








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