Problems for 10- to 12-year olds, with suggested solutions. Bypass: The Problem
FEROZA SYAL explains the pros and cons of bypasses. Which is the best route for the bypass for Edsbridge? Series producer
10.15 Subtitle Slot
Zig Zag: The Eskimos The Eskimo Today
The Geography Programme
Why Industry Comes and Goes (1) (e)
11.0 Play School
Presenter SHEELAGH GILBEY Guests DON SPENCER and BEN HAGGERTY
Story: Patrick and Michael (traditional)
Musical director IAN SMITH Woodwind DAVID MOSES
Percussion PETER HOWLAND Producer GREG CHILDS
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
11.20 Pages from Ceefax
11.40 Sex Education Growing
How do children learn and grow, and what are the special changes that take place at puberty? These questions are answered for 8- to
10-year-olds in the first of a three-part series.
Producer DEREK LONGHURST (R) (e)
12.0 English File
Enjoying Books: Survivors
This is a crucial theme - in real life as well as fiction - and the three books featured today are exciting and moving. Some teenagers agree that trying to survive may be grim - but reading about others' struggles is rewarding in many ways. Presenter NIGEL HINTON with KERRY SHALE and MARCIA TUCKER
Producer ROSANNA HIBBERT (R) (e)
12.20 Pages from Ceefax
12.32 pm Scene
Fido, Friend or Foe?
DAVID BELLAMY presents the case for and against keeping dogs as pets. What are the rights of those who love, even need them, and those who suffer some of the unpleasant consequences?
Series producer ROGER TONGE
A See-Saw programme by David McKee.
King Rollo chooses the wrong time to read his comic. (R)
A See-Saw programme
with Johnny Ball.
When the white kitten with green eyes returns, you know it's time for another tale about the farm. Today Philomena helps patch up a quarrel over an old coat. Animation, Semafor Studios Film Polski (R)
1.38 Computer Club
The Computer and the Water Engineer
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds When Dibs hears a message from Gary, he and Cosmo get the wrong end of the stick.
Louise is diabetic and has to have an insulin injection before her birthday tea. Song: 'Tinga layo'.
Presenters GARY WILMOT and JENI BARNETT
Studio director SUE ARON
Producer Nicci CROWTHER (R) (e)
Book, You and Me: Cosmo and Dibs Get Lost, £1. 75 from retailers
The Stella Artois Championships from Queen's Club, London
Chasing this year's No 1 seed BORIS BECKER , are two of the most exciting players on the circuit, YANNICK NOAH and PAT CASH.
Introduced by BARRY DAVIES Commentator
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT GERALD WILLIAMS. MARK COX Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON ALASTAIR SCOTT
BBC videos: Play Tennis. BBCV/B 1010 The Best of Wimbledon 1, BBCV/B 5020
The Best of Wimbledon-Doubles,
BBCV/B 5032: available from retailers including at
4.0 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather let]
continues the season of films in tribute to the star who died earlier this year. Tonight with Lucille Norman
Tough rail engineer
Jeff Kincaid is hired to build a railroad across the mountains. The plan is to protect the gold and silver shipments from the mines to Carson City. But, in addition to opposition from the townsfolk, Kincaid finds himself under attack from 'Big Jack' Davis - a mine owner and gold robber!
Screenplay by SLOAN NIBLEY .WINSTON MILLER Produced by David WEISBART Directed by ANDRE DE TOTH
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Presented by Sarah Kennedy Whether you are a parent, pupil, student, teacher or adult learner, this series should have something of interest for you.
Producer MARY SPRENT Editor PETER RIDING
Book, Education: An Action Guide for Parents, £5.95 from booksellers
This week's nostalgic dip into the archives features a programme first broadcast in 1973. Joyce Grenfell , Bernard Levin and Robin Ray with chairman
Joseph Cooper are joined by internationally-renowned soprano Dame Eva Turner. Producer WALTER TODDS
Director DENIS MORIARTY (R) (Regional programme - for variations see below)
from 'Spinners', near Lymington with Roy Lancaster and John Kelly
Do you know what to grow in the shade of a large tree or in a soggy part of the garden? If you don't, then this woodland and bog garden will be of great interest.
Peter Chappell 's interest in woodland and bog plants was forced upon him in 1959 when he took over two and a half acres of trees and bracken.
This interest has turned into considerable expertise and Roy Lancaster and John Kelly will be looking with an enthusiast's eye at the host of rare and interesting plants, shrubs and trees.
Producer JOHN KENYON Production assistant
Producer PHILIP FRANKLIN BBC Pebble Mill
Plant list on Ceefax page 261
by DOUGLAS ADAMS adapted in six parts from the BBC radio series starring
David Dixon , Simon Jones Sandra Dickinson
Mark Wing-Davey featuring
Peter Davison , Jack May
Colin Jeavons , Dave Prowse and the voice of Peter Jones
5: In which our heroes enjoy a reviving meal at a very unusual restaurant. The Dish of the Day says hello to them, but an intergalactic rock star does not, because he is spending a year dead for tax reasons. As a special cabaret treat, the Universe ends.
Radiophonic music PADDY KINGSLAND
Animated sequences ROD LORD Designer ANDREW HOWE-DAVIES Producer ALAN J. w. BELL (R)
J. W. Bell
Garkbit (head waiter):
Voice of Marvin:
Dish of the Day:
Miles Kington visits the Bath International Festival and discovers there is a lot more to it than the classical music concerts. He listens to
Budhaditya Mukherjee , one of the world's youngest and greatest sitar players; chats to Jim Hall and Bob Brookmeyer , acclaimed masters in the world of jazz, watches the 350-year-old
Commedia dell'arte company, I Carrara, in rehearsal; swaps views on festivals with Quentin Crisp ; and wanders around the Contemporary Art Fair, the only one of its kind in Britain.
Photography STEVE WAGSTAFF
PictureeditorROBHARRINGTON Producer CAROLINE MAYNARD BBC West
Donald MacCormick pulls together the story of the 1987 General Election - and looks ahead to the early days of the new government. With the help of the Election 87 team of experts, a look at who won, and why - and at how much the campaigning styles influenced the result.
In the studio, leading political figures give their verdict on the result.
Five friends, living from hand to mouth, believe their luck has changed when they win the national lottery.
Determined to stick together, they invest their prize money in a country inn but an unscrupulous vamp threatens the unity of the team.
Screen idol Jean Gabin and director Julien Duvivier were one of the most successful film partnerships of the pre-war French cinema.
Screenplay by CHARLES SPAAK and JULIEN DUVIVIER
Directed by JULIEN DUVIVIER Black and white
A French film with English subtitles First showing on British television
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