Live coverage from
Blackpool, with debates on Nuclear Power and the General Council's visit to Chernobyl.
Commentators Nick Clarke and Nicholas Jones
Live coverage from
Blackpool of debates on Equal Rights and International Affairs. including at
3.00 News and Weather
4.05 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
The Pansonic European Open HARRY CARPENTER introduces further coverage.
Lost Planet of the Gods
Fleeing from the Cylon tyranny, the last Battlestar, Galactica, leads a fugitive fleet on a lonely quest for a planet known as Earth. While scouting a Cylon outpost, Boomer and Jolly contract a mysterious disease. When the entire Blue Squadron succumbs to the virus, Cmdr Adama asks Galactica's computer to find Viper pilot recruits to defend the fleet. Captain Apollo's prospective bride - Serina, is on the list....
The Daihatsu Pro-Celebrity Championship from Littlecote, Berkshire. Eight experts and eight celebrities will compete in the exciting new sport of floodlit clay pigeon shooting. Round One
Ian Botham with Scottish
International Ian Marsden v
Lady Northampton and last year's Starshot champion, Gerry Cowler.
Commentator DAVID VINE Produced in association with Trans-World International
Event organiser DAVID MAXWELL Television lighting JOHN LIVINGSTONE
Engineering manager JOHN WILSON Designer MICHAEL TREVOR Television presentation PETER HYLTON CLEAVER
To eat or not to eat? That is the question facing the young hedgehog, on his night-time wanderings round a suburban garden. A beetle is safe - and tasty. But what about that strange object that suddenly puffs up and hops away? And that mysterious substance wrapped in silver paper... ? Written and narrated by Peter France
Photography ALAN HAYWARD Director NIGEL MARVEN
Producer DILYS BREESE. BBC Bristol
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In this week's magazine
Programme from Britain's black communities, a new report investigates how the media portrays black people in terms of law and order. Why an independent film co-operative's account of the 1985 Tottenham and Handsworth riots has been dropped by the IBA. From
New York, an interview with presidential candidate, Jesse Jackson. And, to commemorate the tenth anniversary of his death, a tribute to South African political activist Steve Biko from British dance company, Esprit de Corps.
Producer TERRENCE FRANCIS
Series producer V ASTlANA BELFON Executive producer JOHN WILCOX
a duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Sue Arnold , Derek Fowlds and Arthur Marshall
Anne Diamond , Roy Marsden Referee Robert Robinson Devised by MARK GOODSON Directed by BUUCE MILLAR Producer PAUL CIANI
from Press Day at the Frankfurt Motor Show -
William Woollard and Sue Baker report the latest cars. Frank Page drives the new medium-sized Peugeot 405. On the road, there are test reports on the BMW V12,
Mercedes Coupe and Porsche 959. You can still drive as fast as you like on the German autobahnen, but is it just too dangerous? Chris Goffey reports on the political pressure to slow down. Producer JON BENTLEY
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
Another opportunity to see selected episodes from the popular American television series starring with Gunfight at the So-So Corral It's Maddie's first day as a detective, but where are the clients? Addison breaks the creative flow of dreaming up hit television shows in order to find his harassed partner a case, but what begins as a simple job of tracking down an old man's estranged son soon becomes a deadly remake of The Hustler and High Noon....
Written by MICHAEL PETRYNI Directed by PETER WERNER (R)
The last of this trilogy of films looking at the next
Northern Ireland generation - from Paris, from the past and from the Stretford End. The Rockingham Shoot by JOHN MCGAHERN starring
Bosco Hogan , Niall Toibin and Tony Rohr
When the British withdrew from the 26 counties, an insular Church joined with an insecure State to create a narrow and inward-looking society. Priests and doctors became the new aristocrats, and the teaching profession was sometimes described as the new priesthood. Reilly, an intelligent and idealistic man, is drawn by his deep frustration with the remains of British rule, the Rockingham Shoot and Ball, towards violence even to the children he teaches and loves. The society contains the effects of this violence but it requires a magician to give back to the children their natural spirit.
Make-up designer KATHY CARRUTH
Costume designer MAGGIE DONNELLY Film cameraman PHILIP DAWSON Designer JOHN ARMSTRONG Producer DANNY BOYLE Director KIERAN HICKEY
Presented by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
With reports by David Sells and Charles Wheeler
A preview of weekend programmes from the Open University.
A BBC/Open University production
Managing in Organisations
Different scenes, from a country house to a cricket match, illustrate how what we perceive depends on boundaries and biases.
Producer IAN SPRATLEY (R)