9.52 Look, Look and Look Again. Pattern in Place
A walk in the forest - a visit to the seashore. A Banbury class looks closely at natural textures and patterns.
Producer GEOFF WILSON (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read
Dark Towers by ANDREW DAVIES A reading series for 7- to 9-year-olds based on a ghost story in ten episodes.
4: The Clue in the Book Room Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
10.38 Investigating Science Observation: A Closer Look From a hand lens to the electron microscope - how the Problem of seeing a virus at
100,000 times magnification has been solved.
Narrator MAC ANDREWS
Director CHARLOTTE BLACK (R) followed by Teeth for Life?
How can we use the process of observation to find ways of preventing tooth decay? A problem to solve.
Presenter FRED HARRIS
Producer CAROLINE GODLEY
Series producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
11.00 Watch. Entertainment (1)
4: Zak and Stella find that there is more than one way to arrange the contents of Investigator's storage cupboard.
Written by COLIN DAVIS
Radiophonic music ROGER LIMB Producer JOHN CHAPPLE (R) (e)
11.35 MI 10: Mathematical Investigations
Creating a GP is easy enough, but how can you add it up.' (R) followed by Numbers as Codes
If you arrange to meet an Amer can on 9.7.87 beware!
Presenter HILARY CLOUGH
Animation STEWART HARDY FILMS Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
12.00 Maths Topics
Trigonometry (4): Sine, cosine tangent of obtuse angles and ot general positive angles.
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
12.20pm Media Studies Presenting Images
Television presents an image of what different groups of people are like. But whose image is being presented, and who has created it? The programme looks at the ways youth and age are represented on television and canvasses views from young and old people. Director CAS LESTER
Producer BRUCE JAMSON (R) (e)
12.50 Micro File 2
A compilation of items from the recent information technology series Micro Live
Files of Facts (R) (e)
For programme notes send A4 sae enclosing PO or cheque for 75p to [address removed]
A See-Saw programme (R)
1.38 Homeground Communications 2: Write On!
Cave paintings and picture-writing form the basis for our alphabet. The programme traces, in outline form, the development of writing and suggests ways in which the alphabet can be used imaginatively and colourfully. Presented by VERA DING
Produced by CHRISTINE TRURAN (RXe)
Dibs claims Jeni's attention when he feels ill, much to
Cosmo's annoyance. Maths at the seaside: collecting shells and stones. Book: Peter's
Chair by EZRA JACK KEATS.
Presenter JENI BARNETT
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
In 1969 Gerald Harrison asked children from schools at Hull in Yorkshire and Newport in Monmouthshire about their views.
Five-year-old Joe Horsley was probably blind, certainly unable to walk or talk. Then his parents took him to a remarkable institute in Hungary. The film cameras went, too, and the campaign for Conductive Education was born.
This was a truly important film
Film editor TONY HEAVEN Producer ANN PAUL (R)
(The sequel. To Hungary with Love, is shown tomorrow on BBC at
Regional News and Weather
The Small Freedoms
This week, as thoughts turn to World Food Day, India is facing its worst drought this century. In the first of three programmes about the world's continuing silent emergency, Marian Foster reports from Anantapur where more than 100,000 people have survived a five-year drought with the help of British families, a remarkable Spaniard they call 'the man of the wells', and Action Aid.
In The Small Freedoms
Marian finds out what has happened to the poorest of all, the children of the bonded labourers she first filmed in 1979. Film cameraman DAVID SMITH Sound HUGH KITSON
Series written and produced by MARIAN FOSTER
A MARIAN FOSTER production for BBCtv
The Old Wives' Tale
In the quiet of a Cotswold cottage, an 'old wife' tells some of her tales. Born in the last century, VERA BANDEIRA chats by the fireside to
Professor Noel Dilly. He tries to bring a little 20th-century understanding to household remedies of old, from cinder tea to cow-pats for boils. Film editor JIM LATHAM Producer JOHN LYNCH
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with Jimmie Macgregor
Today Jimmy makes his way from Inversnaid to the northern end of Loch Lomond. Then it's through Glen Falloch , Crainlarich and Tyndrum to the wild slopes of Ben Doran , and finally over the hill from
Bridge of Orchy to Inveroran. On the way, he visits an old drovers' inn, watches a sheep gathering and ponders on the poetry of Duncan Ban Macintyre.
Tonight the world's fastest rock show comes from
Liverpool. Regular hosts Tony Baker and Jenny Powell go scousehunting with North West presenters Susan Williams and Paul Jordan , a local lad, scousetrained from birth, and determined to show there's more to Merseyside than unemployment and Beatles' memorabilia.
They visit Brookside, Britain's best-known scousing estate; meet scousehold names from football, including Beardsley and Barnes, Radcliffe and Steven; test Stanley the counting horse from the scousehold cavalry; and roam the Albert Dock , stunningly redeveloped and justification for
Liverpudlians to feel scouseproud, with its museums and exhibitions.
Associate producer JONATHAN KING Production PETER HAMILTON BBC North West
Violence on and off the football field; the sectarian rivalries of Glasgow Rangers and Celtic and between
Scotland and England; the snakes and ladders of soccer fame and fortune.
No one is better equipped to tackle these subjects than Rangers FC and England defender Terry Butcher.
Tonight he faces questions from an audience of teenagers from around Britain.
Presented by John Nicolson Researcher MARK HAGEN
Director DENNIS COSGROVE Producer STEWART LAMONT BBC Scotland
Hosted by Raymond Baxter with Pamela Armstrong Lesley Judd
Live from the Colston Hall , Bristol, tonight's awards ceremony is the climax of Sci-Tech 87, the first film and television festival devoted to science, medicine and technology.
Executive producer DAVID FILKIN Director STUART MCDONALD Producer MARTIN MORTIMORE
The British say they're devoted to dogs. The facts show otherwise. Every day 1,000 healthy dogs are destroyed because no-one wants them. Half a million strays roam the streets, scavenging in packs, fouling public places, causing accidents and creating fear.
The RSPCA believes it's time for tighter controls. The
Government is preparing to abolish the dog licence - the only existing restraint on a growing menace.
Join John Harrison in the Brass Tacks studio with the politicians, the professionals, and the viewers who rang in after last week's film, to ask: is there a price on a dog's life?
Producer MALCOLM BETNEY Editor COLIN CAMERON BBC North West
Ronnie Corbett with his special guests Rory Bremner Keith Barron
Richard Stilgoe and Peter Skellern
The English football team beating Brazil 10-0,
Joan Collins entering a convent, a telephone box that works, and an SDP policy on anything. These are just some of the items you won't find on this week's show. However, you will find sketches, monologues, established stars and emerging stars in 30 minutes of comedy and variety that would be worth at least an hour anywhere else.
Written by BARRY CRYER.
SPIKE MULUNS. NEIL SHAND. PETER VINCENT Script associate NELL SHAND Music by SIMON BRINT
Costume designer MARY HUSBAND Lighting director TERRY BRETT Designer DONAL WOODS
Produced and directed by MARCUS MORTIMER
The fifth in an anthology of documentaries for the nation's bicentennial. From Woy Woy to Wagga Wagga with humorist and honorary citizen Spike Milligan
'Australia is so big that I can only show you some of it - my some of it.'
Spike starts in Woy Woy , a small piece of suburbia-in-the-bush near Sydney. It's where his parents emigrated from London in 1953. 'I thought they were mad.
Then I came. And I went mad. I fell in love with the place.'
With his old friend, actor Bill Kerr , he heads for the bush - via Gumly Gumly and Grong Grong - to discover dunnies, yabbies, kelpies, tinnies, pokies and billies, to say nothing of smokoes, strides and dampers. All in all, a thoroughly Spikeish Oz odyssey. Sound IAN SANSAM
Film cameraman IAN STONE Film editor TONY HEAVEN
Producer ANDREW STEVENSON Series producer TIM SLESSOR
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from the Silk Cut Festival Join the audience who flocked to the Wembley
Arena to enjoy a broad mix of country music styles, including this week Pinkerton's Colours
Little Jimmy Dickens Peter Rowan and Tanya Tucker
Introduced by David Allan Festival organiser MERVYN CONN
Sound PAUL CUNLIFFE. BARRIE HAWES Lighting JOHN WIGGINS
Designer ANDREW HOWE-DAVIES Producer DAVE PERROTTET
with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with political and economic reports from Will Hutton and Nick Clarke