9.25 Encounter: Austria 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)
9.42 Media Studies Presenting Images
10.15 Science Workshop Materials Part 2
10.38 Investigating Science Observation. A Closer Look followed by Teeth For Life?
11.00 Thinkabout What's Cooking?
11.15 Near and Far: Now and Then
Streetscape. Local Park
12.05pm Science Topics Chemists at Work
Is our drinking water pure? Do we control effluent efficiently? The only way to be sure is by careful chemical analysis.
Series producer PETER BRAIT (R) (e)
12.25 General Studies Art and Society
What use is art? How far should artists concern themselves with the social issues of their times? And if they do so, how effective is art as a means of moulding opinion?
Narrated by JOE CONNOLLY
Producer EDWARD HAYWARD (R) (e)
12.50 Micro File
LESLEY JUDD and FRED HARRIS introduce a compilation of items from the recent series Micro Live.
The Game Show (R) (e)
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A See-Saw programme by ERIC CHARLES
A Mouse in the Works
Panjid discovers that all the packages have been nibbled, so Bertha is programmed to capture the intruder.
Narrator Roy Kinnear with Sheila Walker
Music composed by BRYAN DALY Editor MARTIN BOHAN Director of animation DEREK MOGFORD
Designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)
Songs from this series are available on a BBC record or cassette, REH/ZCR 585 from retailers
1.38 Music Time
The Sounds of the Voice
Making different vocal sounds and finding out that tone colour gives voices and instruments their own special sound.
Presenters JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS with guest BRIAN CANT and VICKY WOOD (cor anglais), STEPHEN REAY (bassoon)
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT (R) (e)
Jaye and Tony remember the games they used to play and the television programmes they watched when they were children.
Presented by Jaye Griffiths and Tony Neilson
Producer CAROLINE GODLEY
Series producer JULIA DRUM (e)
Suntory World Matchplay Championship from Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey, 12 of the world's top players compete in 36-hole knock-out matches for the top prize of £75,000. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
W FEATURE: page 90 including at
Regional News and Weather
A World of Difference
On the eve of World Food
Day, Marian Foster reports from two contrasting countries which experts believe are already facing ecological disaster,
Bangladesh and Nepal. Their crisis is aggravated by a population explosion which can only be controlled by attacking poverty and ignorance at village level.
The Suntory World
Matchplay Championship from Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey
The finale to the British golf season has produced many epic matches. Twelve of the world's top players compete in 36-hole knock-out matches for the top prize of E75,000.
SEVE BALLESTEROS, BERNHARD LANGER , SANDY LYLE and IAN WOOSNAM are among the competitors today.
HARRY CARPENTER introduces the final stages of today's first-round matches.
Commentators PETER ALLISS
TONY JACKLIN. ALEX HAY
Producers FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer JOHN SHREWSBURY
from Burghfield, Berkshire
Presented by Geoff Hamilton and Roy Lancaster
The Long Patrol
While testing the Galactica's new long-range Viper
'Starchaser', Starbuck comes to the aid of an ancient cargo vessel being pursued by a hostile fighter. The freighter's renegade pilot has an amazing tale to tell which leads Starbuck to a mysterious planet where conditions haven't changed for centuries.
Written by DONALD BELLISARIO Directed by CHRIS NYBY
Pro-Celebrity Championship In last week's semi-final three records were broken and one equalled. Tonight's competition at Littlecote features three men who have become world champions in their sport. Semi-final
World sportscar champion Derek Bell with Belgian champion Marc Polet
Anthony Andrews and the 1981 World and 1982 European Champion Duncan Lawton
Produced in association with TRANS WORLD INTERNATIONAL
Event organiser DAVID MAXWELL Lighting JOHN LIVINGSTONE
Videotape editor DAVID HAMBELTON Designer MICHAEL TREVOR Television presentation PETER HYLTON CLEAVER
Oasis on Sea
The seashore turns to desert when the tide goes out, and rockpools become oases. Fish, prawns, worms, shrimps and sea anemones have perfected their survival techniques to cope.
There are fish that can live out of water, or stick to the rocks like limpets. They all await the new tide - but will they survive that most dangerous of predators - the 9-year-old human with a fishing net?
Written and narrated by Peter France
Photography ALAN HAYWARD Producer PAUL APPLEBY
Series producer DIL YS BREESE BBC Bristol
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
This week, a report on a campaign to end the practice of female circumcision and why there are those still in favour of the operation.
There's an interview with Jamaican poet and artist Lorna Goodison and Sonia Fraser meets South African born jazz guitarist Jonathan Butler. Music in the studio is from the talented newcomer to the British jazz scene Keni Stevens.
Producer TERRENCE FRANCIS
Series producer VASTIANA BELFON Executive producer JOHN WILCOX
A duel of words and wit between Arthur Marshall Pamela Armstrong James Bolam and Frank Muir Diana Quick Bryan Forbes
Referee Robert Robinson Devised by MARK GOODSON Directed by BRUCE MILLAR Producer PAUL CIANI
This week's car of the decade is from the 30s.
William Woollard tests the Citroen Traction Avant that introduced a new level of engineering to the family car, and foreshadowed front wheel drive.
Chris Goffey reports on the latest Mazda 626 which breaks new ground with a rear-wheel steering system designed to improve highspeed handling.
On a lighter note, Sue Baker tests the special Buick used to take the Duke and Duchess of Windsor into exile after the abdication. Some of the presenters try out an unusual motor sport - tractor pulling.
Producer KEN POLLOCK
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
starring Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones
They're back to back. head to head and side by side, but fortunately not on top of each other.
With Debbi Blythe , Eileen Davies , Peter McCarthy Garfield Morgan ,
Written by CLIVE ANDERSON
BARRY BOWES. JON CANTER. ANDREW HASTINGS. TERRY KYAN.
RORY MCGRATH. GRIFF RHYS JONES. JAMIE RLX. MEL SMITH. PAUL SMITH.
NICK WILTON and original music by PETER BREWIS
Film camerman REX MAIDMENT Studio sound LAURIE TAYLOR
Studio lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON Design CHRIS RUGG. TIM GLEESON Production JOHN KILBY. JAMIE RIX
A Brass Tacks special
Swords and Ploughshares
On a deserted stretch of the Scottish coastline stands the Dounreay fast reactor, a symbol of Britain's atomic achievement.
To the British government it's an exciting technology that will reward colossal investment with abundant energy in the next century. To critics it's the nuclear dream gone sour. We've been promised cheap electricity from the peaceful use of nuclear energy since the early 1950s. But what is the evidence that the promise has been kept?
In the second film in the series David Taylor investigates what the real value of nuclear power has been, both to the British people and to national security.
Film editor GORDON HOWE Producer PETER DALE Editor COLIN CAMERON BBC North West
The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
With international reports by David Sells and Charles Wheeler
World Matchplay Championship from Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey
Highlights from today's first-round matches. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER