Light: In Search of a Model
9.52 Look and Read Fair Ground! 10: Mixed Fortunes (e)
10.15 Around Scotland: Nature Study. 2: Riverbank (e)
10.38 Geography Casebook: Britain: The British Car Industry
Austin Rover's new cars face fierce competition in Britain from giant multinational companies. How are they meeting the challenge?
Narrator SALLY MAGNUSSON Producer DAVID scott COWAN (R) (e)
11.0 France-Francais 5: Repetons.... (e)
11.17 Textile Studies Clothes Talk (e)
11.40 Making History
The Tudors: Mary Queen of Scots (e)
12.0 English File
Drama Skills: School Play
Drama teacher ALAN LAMBERT works with a CSE drama option group to build up improvisations about 'disappeared prisoners'.
Producer DAN GARRETT Series producer GEOFF WILSON (R) (e)
12.32 pm Scene
The Ballad of Ben Bagot by PETER TERSON With PETER FIRTH and JACK SHEPPARD A special repeat of a remarkable Scene play - first transmitted in 1973. In those days of near full employment, Ben assists in a shoe shop dreaming of adventure, fame and success. Encouraged by his friend to further flights of fancy and lunacy, there's only one problem - responsibility for his pregnant girlfriend. With PAUL KELLY, REGINALD MARSH, PETER SCOFIELD, CLARE SUTCLIFFE Produced and directed by RONALD SMEDLEY (R) (e)
A series about young people who, in different ways, are making their presence felt. The Young Guns (R) (e)
1.33 General Studies
Horizon:Nice Guys Finish First (2) (e)
Produced and directed by:
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo and Dibs have trouble comparing the size of things. Children and adults join in an Afro-Caribbean dance.
Book: Rupa the Elephant by MICKEY PATEL illustrated by BIMAN MULUCK. Presenter JENI BARNETT
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
The 1987 Seagram Grand National Meeting
Twenty-four hours away from the 'big one', experts help you make that crucial decision during this afternoon's racing.
2.35 Tattersalls Mares 'Chase Final (24m)
3.10 The Glenlivet Hurdle (2m)
3.45 RKA Bott Foxhunters 'Chase (2m 6f)
CAROLINE BEASLEY on Eliogarty was the first woman rider to win this race over 18 of the National fences.
4.20 Sporting Life Weekender Handicap 'Chase (3m If) Commentators
RICHARD PITMAN , JOHN HANMER
BILL SMITH , JONATHAN POWELL including at
3.0 News and Weather and at
3.55 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Kettle on? Tea's made?
Then sit down and relax with some afternoon delights.
Continues the season of films starring George Formby, one of Britain's most popular film comedians. Today with Googie Withers
'I'm not as daft as I look', says George Gullip - and proceeds to prove his claim. George is a newspaper compositor and an amateur sleuth so, when the police are baffled by a gang of counterfeiters, he devises an ingenious plan to trap the crooks... Formby is in fine form as the love-sick hero, and finds time to sing several songs - including 'Fanlight Fanny' - on the way to a hectic finale in a brewery.
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Sarah Kennedy presents the first of a live series, reporting on all aspects of the world of education.
Education is in the news and there is no shortage of issues to cover. What should be taught and how? Who takes the decisions and do consumers have enough say? How do you get the best out of the opportunities on offer? Whatever your age, there should be something for you in this series.
Producer PETER DUNKLEY Editor PETER RIDING (e)
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A two-part film report on the growing economic gulf between north and south.
2: A Manifesto for the North The great industries that gave the north of England its wealth have been cruelly cut. To make things worse, the opportunities created by high tech are mostly in the south. Tonight leading figures from the four main parties disclose their northern policy for the coming general election. Reporter David Lomax Film editor STEPHEN TURNER Producer ALLAN KASSELL
from Barnsdale with Geoff Hamilton and Anne Swithinbank
Sowing and planting are the themes of this week's programme. The budget garden needs a lawn and Geoff will be sowing that as well as getting down to work in the herbaceous border and the organic trials garden.
Dr Stefan Buczacki will be explaining which nutrients a plant needs to thrive, how fertilisers work and what they can and can't do.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON Production assistant CHRISTINE HARDMAN
Producer PHILIP FRANKLIN BBC Pebble Mill
Take four guys and a gal, a little magic, a little music and mirth - mix them together and what have you got... ?
A sticky mess in the blender. But for now - something else.... featuring Rory Bremner with Sara Crowe , John Dowie Steve Steen , Jim Sweeney Written by JON CANTER
BARRY CRYER. JOHN DOWIE GUY JENKIN. STEVE PUNT
PETE SINCLAIR. STEVE STEEN JIM SWEENEY
Script associate JOHN LANGDON
Music by SIMON BRINT. STEVE BROWN Lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON Sound DAVE THOMPSON
Designer DAVID BUCKINGHAM Director MARCUS MORTIMER Producer BILL WILSON
Bayan Ko Pilipinas
(Lino Brocka 's Philippines) Lino Brocka is the most influential film director in the Philippines, and a leading figure in the civil rights movement. Throughout the period of martial law, he opposed the Marcos regime. In 1985 he was jailed on a trumped-up charge of sedition.
Now Cory Aquino is president, but poverty and intimidation are firmly entrenched, and the communist guerrillas, the New People's Army, continue to gain in number. Brocka led a clandestine expedition into the mountains to film interviews with the NPA, and Arena went with him, at a time when real-life events were becoming as dramatic as a Brocka film.
Film cameraman DAVE GRAY Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL
Directed by MICHAEL MACINTYRE Series editors
NIGEL FINCH , ANTHONY WALL
Presented by Angharad Mair and Adrian Mills with The Go Go
Boys and Deidre Sanders , Agony Aunt of the Sun.
If the AIDS virus spreads as predicted, fidelity will become even more important. Affairs will involve a dangerous new risk. How will couples protect themselves? Faithfulness, sexual responsibility and the rights of partners to know about affairs will be important issues.
Film cameraman JOHN GOODYER Produced by JOHN BROOKE. JULIAN STENHOUSE (e) (Ring the AIDS helpline on 0[number removed]for information and advice on AIDS and safer sex.)
with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
concludes the season of films celebrating the talents of Ida Lupino Tonight with John Garfield
Hoodlum and would-be racketeer Harold Goff terrorises the quiet waterfront of Sheepshead
Bay, relying on the passivity of his victims, from whom he extracts protection money.
But Stella is attracted to Goff, unaware of the hold he has over her father and his friend. Eventually the two men decide to take the law into their own hands ...
Screenplay by ROBERT ROSSEN
JERRY WALD , RICHARD MACAULEY Based on the play by IRWIN SHAW Produced by HENRY BLANKE Directed by ANATOLE UTVAK
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