9.30 Casebook Scotland 3: A Place to Live
Glasgow's housing problems. Producer PETER WHITEFORD (R) (e)
9.52 Look and Read Dark Towers
3: The Old Legend
10.15 Around Scotland Scottish Inventions
3: The Postage Stamp
Presenters JOHN CARMICHAEL and GARRY STEWART
How the idea of cheap and effective way of paying for the postal service with a printed adhesive slip came about and spread worldwide. (R) (e)
10.38 Geography Casebook: Britain
To the visitor, the uplands of north Wales may look peaceful enough, but there are severe strains on the look and life of the area.
The Hungry Giant
11.18 Wondermaths Programme 3
11.35 Let's See
Flowers and Fruits of the Earth Just Flowers
12.00 English File
A Taste of Honey (2) by SHELAGH DELANEY Producer
Director MICHAEL SIMPSON (R) (e)
Scene Special: AIDS
What is the real risk and relevance of AIDS to the lives of young people today? How does it affect personal and sexual relationships? Does it mean a long list of 'don'ts,' or might it encourage everyone to rethink their relationships in a more positive way?
This Scene special - a mix of a short play, interviews with young people and advice from experts, raises some dilemmas and provokes discussion about relationships in the AIDS era. With advice from experts TRICIA KREITMAN and PHILIP HODSON
With ADAM FRENCH
JULIE GRAHAM. CINDY GRANT KATE NAPIER BROWN and CHRISTOPHER WESTLAKE. Writer CHRIS ELLIS
Series producer ROGER TONGE Producer CAS LASTER
1.05 Encounter: Austria The Bodybuilding World Championships in Graz
A See-Saw programme Pat's Difficult Day (R)
1.38 Walrus Work It Out
MICHAEL ROSEN and the team are reading Losers Weepers by JAN NEEDLE. Tony and Carol have found an old sword. But will it turn out to be valuable and will they be allowed to keep it? with HOWARD CROSSLEY
RICHARD YEOMANS. ALAN WAYNE STEFAN ESCREET. NICHOLAS FRY TED RICftARDS
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
A series for 4-and 5-year-olds Harry asks Cosmo and Dibs not to touch a trumpet he's mending but will the temptation prove too much for them?
Dressing-up song: What Would it Be Like to Be a Superhero?
Book: The Magic Porridge Pot
Presenter HARRY TOWB Director CLARE ELSTOW
Producer nicci CROWTHER (R) (e)
Live coverage from
Blackpool of the closing session, including at 2.25pm the speech to Conference by the Prime Minister, the Rt
Hon Margaret Thatcher , mp including at
3.00* News and Weather
3.50 3.55 News and Weather
Racing and International Hockey
Introduced by David Icke and featuring this afternoon: Racing from Ascot
4.15 The Mecca Bookmakers Handicap (11 miles)
4.45 The Ritz Club
Apprentices Stakes (1 mile)
The Lada International Hockey Classic
Highlights of this afternoon s match between the Olympic champions Pakistan and Poland.
Also, a report on England's first match in the Cricket World Cup. They met the West Indies earlier today in Gujranwala; plus a round-up of all the day's news and a look ahead to sport next week on BBC television. Television presentation: Racing
FRED VINER Hockey ALAN GRIFFITHS Studio director viv KENT Producer GRAHAM FRY
continues a season of films featuring
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS S jungle hero.
Today starring and It's 'Tarzan v Hitler' as Nazi paratroopers arrive in the jungle to take control of a hidden city.
Screenplay by ROY CHANSLOR Produced by SOL LESSER
Directed by WILLIAM THIELE
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The Reliance Cup 1987 England v West Indies from Gujranwala, Pakistan TONY GUBBA introduces highlights of the first of England's matches in the fourth World Cup, also news and results of the other matches.
Commentators in Pakistan TONY LEWIS
RAY ILLINGWORTH JACK BANNISTER
Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
A weekly look behind-the-scenes of the education world with Linda Alexander and Martin Young
If you are a parent, pupil, student, teacher, adult learner or just someone who is interested in what's going on in education today, then this series is for you. Producer MARY FOURT Editor PETER RIDING (e)
A new series of programmes for the south east from the south east. This week - The Wrong Stuff
Does Britain have what it takes to stay in the race for space? Guy Michelmore investigates.
Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE
(Regional programme - for variations see below)
from Burghfield, Berkshire
Presented by Geoff Hamilton and Roy Lancaster
It was in 1950 that the Mertons took over the gardens at The Old Rectory. Now it is full of rare and interesting plants, many of which they have collected on frequent trips to China, Japan and New Zealand. The garden had been designed for all-year-round interest - from the French garden with scented geraniums and half-hardy perennials in the summer, a greenhouse where climbing New Zealand begonias flower all the year round, and in autumn the acers and asters provide a riot of colour.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON Production assistant CHRISTINE HARDMAN
Producer DENIS W. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Plant list on Ceefax page 261
by BERNARD FARRELL and GRAHAM REID starring Dan Gordon Colum Convey
Hilary Reynolds Maeve Germaine in Sick as a Dog
Music KEN HOWARD
Film cameraman MIKE RADFORD Film editor JOHN JARVIS
Lighting director RON BRISTOW Designer JAMES GRANT
Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
4: Seeds of Dissent
In the mid-19th century
Britain and France provoked the Crimean War. The
British had an inadequate map; the French had two watercolours. The Russian tsars also had to combat conspiracies at home.
Peter Ustinov visits the Crimea, takes the waters in Siberia and chats with Lenin and Dostoevsky.
Written by PETER USTINOV
Directed by JOHN MCGREEVY
Produced by JOHN MCGREEVY and VICTOR SOLNICKI
A CTV production
with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
Three cowhands pass by the victims of a vigilante lynching. i aKing refuge in an isolated desert cabin, they find themselves in the company of a gang of murderers.
Meanwhile a posse closes in. Screenplay by JACK NICHOLSON Produced by JACK NICHOLSON , MONTE HELLMAN Directed by MONTE HELLMAN
(First showing on British television)
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