9.35 Encounter: Austria 4: Apprentices
What is it like to train for a job in Austria? Behind the scenes in a hotel school and in the Puch factory in Graz.
Sound recordist BOB ROBERTS Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
9.52 Making History: Local Studies Workshops
In the 19th century there were more workshops than factories, though traces of them may be harder to find. By looking at directories, censuses and buildings, a Birmingham school has built up a detailed picture of working conditions in the jewellery quarter.
Presented by RICHARD BURROWS Producer jill SHEPPARD (e)
10.15 Equal People Women Work
Technology alters the sexual division of labour. A look at the first textile mills and the computers of today raises some awkward questions about women workers and the future. Presenter CAROLE HARRISON
Producer ROSANNA HIBBERT tR) (e)
10.38 Brazil Amazon Frontier Brazil's hectic pace of economic development has carried new ventures to the depths of the Amazon region.
Some have succeeded, but many have failed.
Producer LEN BROWN (R) (e)
Senses: Looking Closer (R)
11.17 Near and Far
Nations and Boundaries
How Europe's most important river, the Rhine, unites peoples and cultures as well as dividing them.
Producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
Problems for 10- to 12-year-olds to work on, with suggested solutions.
Tight Living: The Problem
FEROZA SYAL is moving into a new bedsitter. How can she fit in everything she needs to make it comfortable?
Producer EDWARD HAYWARD (R) (e)
11.48 Life Goes On Cells
Every living thing on the earth is made up of cells.
The cells divide and specialise to produce the vast range of living material.
Producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
12.8 pm Pages from Ceefax
12.30 Marketing in Action: Launching Neptune
Can the National Trust broaden its appeal in order to save
Britain's threatened coastline? Producer ROGER PENFOUND
A BBC/Open University production
12.55 Startup your own Business. Opening Doors
Developing a sales strategy can be difficult and thankless. Producer ROGER PENFOUND
A BBC/Open University production
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo and Dibs with MIKE GRADY translate 'nose' and find new names for it; and it's 4-year-old Elaine's first day at school.
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
with Sarah Kennedy (e)
from Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan
Regional News and Weather
Food as eaten in California; former Wimbledon champion Stan Smith talks about the changes he's made in the food he eats; Tony Lewis investigates why the British diet contributes so much to the UK's high rate of heart disease; Delia Smith shows foods we should eat less of. Anton Mosimann , head chef of London's Dorchester Hotel, shows the healthy food for which his customers pay nearly E40 a head. Director TONY MCAVOY Producer BARRY LYNCH BBC Wales (R)
91 Weeks in the Life of a Boy Own Hero
A year ago, Ian Botham ,
England's swashbuckling superstar, was banned from first-class cricket. This is the story of what happened to the disgraced hero during the SH weeks of his lost summer. At last there was time to spend at home in Yorkshire, the chance to learn to fly helicopters in Sussex, public appearances, parties, fishing trips - even a little cricket. Ian and Kath Botham speak with unprecedented frankness about their lives. Producer JEANNE LA CHARD
Series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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For years athletic crowds had been dwindling, until the enigmatic Dave Bedford and a new stadium at Crystal Palace helped to restore public interest. So, to that Saturday afternoon in July 1973 and a 10,000-m race full of promise.
How Easy to Die, How Hard to Live
Directed by NOBUO NAKAGAWA (R)
Lubbock is a small town lost in the great plains of west Texas. Her most famous son, Buddy Holly, changed the face of popular music. Tonight Holly is remembered by the Crickets the Everly Brothers Keith Richards and Paul McCartney.
With unique amateur film of Holly on tour with the other rock 'n' roll greats and at home with the Crickets in Texas.
An Arena presentation
Just 30 people live in Birdsville in the Australian desert. But, for one day each September. Birdsville plays host to 3,000 visitors. Produced and directed by SIMON TARGET (R)
With four Irish anglers in the team of six representing Britain and Ireland, there ought to be an above-average chance of the trophy finding its way on to an Irish mantelpiece. But there are two top British matchmen to beat, as well as the cream of European anglers, on a stretch of lake at
Skanderborg in the Danish lakelands of Jutland. The Final Ireland
BILL LAWLOR , PHIL MCCAFFREY
BOBBY SMITHERS Britain IAN HEAPS , SID MEADS France GILLES HENAUT
Denmark KAJ PEDERSEN Holland
COR AARTS JAN VAN SCHENDEL Germany OTTO WESSEL Belgium ABEL COUPIN
Match organiser PETE THOMPSON Director PHIL FRANKLIN Producer ROY RONNIE
The Skoda Trophy, the Lada Challenge, the Astra-Nova Challenge - some of the championships where car manufacturers support would-be works rally drivers; William Woollard evaluates the schemes on offer.
Frank Page has been to
Hungary to drive the latest version of such models as the Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit and Bentley Turbo R.
Just after the Second World War, Britain produced the Jowett Javelin - then one of the most advanced cars you could buy. Sue Baker talks to the car's designer 40 years on and examines why such promise turned sour.
And the Highway Code.
Chris Goffey investigates aspects of this quasi-legal charter for drivers. Producer JON BENTLEY
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
Who Cares for the Carers? Last week, Brass Tacks exposed the dilemma of 11-year-old Adele Frudd , who has cared for her handicapped mother since the age of 5. We asked you to 'phone us with your reactions and experiences.
Tonight, some callers join
John Harrison in the studio to ask what should be done for Britain's hidden carers.
The programme examines a survey, released exclusively to Brass Tacks, which, for the first time, shows the problem's nationwide scale. Director ROB KHODADAD Producer DIANNE NELMES Editor COLIN CAMERON BBC Manchester
Continues a season featuring some of the most outstanding films made for television.
Tonight starring Darren McGavin, Carol Lynley
The Las Vegas police are baffled by a series of bizarre murders and only wisecracking newsman Carl Kolchak has the answer. He believes that there's an age-old honest-to-goodness fanged and bloodthirsty vampire on the loose. But nobody wants to print the story, the cops won't help and the night stalker is about to silence him - permanently. This chilling comedy thriller received one of the largest audiences on American television for a TV movie and spawned a successful sequel and television series.
Last of three programmes Graphics
'If you're looking for tights and you find yourself rummaging in the frozen fish cabinet, it's a worry': designer and panellist Mary Lewis on supermarket packaging. But graphic design is about far more than packaging - it's about how newspapers, magazines, books, records and stamps look; it's about companies trying to look good - through the manipulation of their public image. Television graphics have become the most fashionable and glamorous part of graphic design, and television commercials are among the entries that have to be compared with foot-care packs, a national newspaper, wine bottles and a road sign, among others.
Judges Martin Lambie-Nairn Roger Law , John McConnell Mary Lewis , Neville Brody and Alan Yentob reach a shortlist of five for you to choose from. Film editor COLIN KNIJFF
Producer ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES Executive producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
Caring for Older People: Hospital
A sudden enforced spell in hospital does not mean that an inevitable decline in health has begun for older patients, as this documentary shows. Producer PHILIP ASHBY (R)