9.35 Encounter: Austria The Body-building World Championships in Graz From the gym where
Arnold Schwarzenegger first flexed his muscles comes KURT SCHACHNER !
Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
9.52 Making History: Local
Studies. Church and Community The architecture, memorials and records of old churches in particular can tell a lot about community life. Second-year students solve mystenes about a church in Yorkshire.
Presented by RICHARD BURROWS Producer JILL SHEPPARD (e)
10.15 Equal People
Dressing Up. A look at dress now and in the 19th century, and the need for freedom, self-assertion and self-expression. Presenter CAROLE HARRISON
Producer ROSANNA HIBBERT (R) (e)
City of Newcomers
A look at one of the families that have moved into the slums of Belo Horizonte , Brazil's third-largest city.
Producer LEN BROWN (R) (e)
11.17 Now and Then
On the Water. A group of school children sail a 100-year-old
Thames barge, and then trace its history.
Producer JUDY BROOKS (e)
Problems for 10- to 12-year-olds, with suggested solutions.
Lies and Statistics: Problems The annual report of a chocolate company. With FEROZA SYAL and ANTHONY DANIELS
Producer EDWARD HAYWARD (R) (e)
Microelectronics in Action Controlling. People expect microelectronics to control robots, but what about concert lighting, or cars?
Series producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
12.8 pm Pages from Ceefax
12.30 Marketing in Action: Corporate Fitness
A new marketing strategy rests upon persuading British management that fitness at work matters.
Producer ROGER PENFOUND
A BBC/Open University production
12.55 Startup Your Own
Business. A Leap in the Dark Self-employment can lead to emotional conflict - independence v risking all. Producer ROGER PENFOUND
A BBC/Open University production
1.20 Pages from Ceefax
Spellbound. If you can't spell, you're not alone! LEO AYLEN presents practical help and the Wordtrack quiz.
Series producer MORTON SURGUY Producer JUDITH MILES (e)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo and Dibs imagine flying, and living underwater. A group of children make masks and costumes for their Caribbean carnival party.
Director PAT FARRINGTON
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
with Sarah Kennedy (e)
from Blackfordby, Staffordshire with Geoff Hamilton , John Kelly
Smoking 20 cigarettes a day trebles the risk of a heart attack. Hear tips on giving up from Spike Milligan , from the once 100-a-day Denis Norden , from Kim Wilde and Esther Rantzen.
Tony Lewis investigates what smoking does to the arteries, and the role of blood pressure and stress in heart disease. Director TONY MCAVOY Producer BARRY LYNCH BBC Wales (R)
Book, £5.95 from booksellers
Isobel Ward presents this magazine programme for and about disabled people and their families. Included in this month's edition: improving access to buildings, summer fashion ideas, and the launch of a special dating agency.
Producer CHRISTOPHER HUTCHINS
Fact sheet available from One in Four BBCtv, London W12 8QT
* INFO: page 92
At the Court of King Solomon 'Thy lips are like a thread of scarlet. Thy speech is comely: thy temples are like a piece of pomegranate within thy looks.' We shall never know what the beauties described in the Song of Solomon were really like, but perhaps Lea Avraham , a Yemeni dancer, gives us an idea as she prepares for the stage role as King Solomon's daughter. Producer ANTHONY ISAACS (R)
Ever Busy are the Gods of Love (R)
(For cast see page 63. Next episode tomorrow at 5.15 pm)
On four nights in the summer of 1985 Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band filled to capacity the Los Angeles Coliseum, home of the 1984 Olympics. It was the culmination of a 16-month world tour, during which Born in the USA became the CBS label's biggest-selling album of all time.
In this world-exclusive interview, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band talk to David Hepworth, with extracts from 14 previously unseen performances including 'Sandy' from Springsteen's English debut performance at the Hammersmith Odeon concert in 1975.
Feature: page 25
The E Street
Comedian Jim Davidson joins Derek Davis on a carp-fishing expedition at Viborg in Jutland. Jim relaxes waiting for days on end for that most elusive of quarries.
The coarse angling match has reached the last heat, the two best runners-up, who also go into the final, are known. The Britain and Ireland team faces the Danish side, fishing its home waters.
Britain and Ireland
RICHARD BORLEY (Britain) BILL LAWLOR (Ireland)
TOM PICKERING (Britain) v Denmark
HENRIK BACH NIELSEN
Match organiser PETE THOMPSON Director PHIL FRANKLIN Producer ROY RONNIE
William WooUard tests one of a new generation of stepless transmissions, soon to be available in the Fiat Uno. With the approach of summer, Frank Page looks at a range of camper vans, while Chris Goffey hears of the conflict that can arise when trail riders and four-wheel-drive enthusiasts penetrate green lanes the ramblers feel should be ceded to them.
For the motorist seeking high performance, the names
Lotus and Maserati carry a special cachet. Sue Baker compares two of the latest models: the Esprit Turbo HC and the Biturbo Spider. Producer KEN POLLOCK
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
with John Harrison The Care Bearers
Eleven- year-old Adele [text removed] is Britain's Most Caring Child. Each night, and all weekend, she is solely responsible for her disabled mother. She feeds her, dresses her, takes her to the toilet, and puts her to bed. When her mother wakes at night, Adele gets up to turn her over. She's been doing this since she was 6. She is one among many children whose dedication we applaud, but whose predicament we ignore.
Gerry Northam reports, and asks, who cares for the kids who care?
Research JULIETTE FOSTER
Film cameramen DAVID JACKSON and CHRIS SUGDEN SMITH
Film editor RICHARD FRETWELL Producer JOHN DRURY Editor COLIN CAMERON BBC Manchester
0 FEATURE: page 3
- continues a season featuring some of the most outstanding films made for television. Tonight starring Ted Danson
Glenn Close and As 13-year-old Amelia Bennett becomes increasingly depressed, her school counsellor attempts to find out why. Eventually Amelia reveals that her father is forcing her to have sex with him.
A sensitive film from the director of the Oscar-winning Children of a Lesser God.
Screenplay by WILLIAM HANLEY
Produced by MICHELE RAPPAPORT Directed by RANDA HAINES
FILMS: page 27
"I'm an election fanatic. They are to me what the Cup Final is to soccer fans."
From 1959 to 1979 Robert McKenzie, accompanied by his famous 'Swingometer', made shrewd observations on British politics, some uncannily relevant now.
As election time comes round look back on McKenzie's own brand of perception, wit and fun, which enlivened television political coverage for over 25 years.
Luminence and Spectroscopy
Fluorescence and phosphorescence are exploited for analytical purposes - the Post Office uses phosphorescence to code letters. Producer NEIL CAMERON (R)