9.43 Encounter: Spain spare Time
A teenage disco, a pelota match and the VaUadolid local radio station. Youth groups - and a romeria in Plasencia. (R) (e)
10.00 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds What can Cosmo and Dibs see in their new painting? GARY WILMOT tries to guess. Watch two boys take photographs.
Animation MIKE HIBBERT director RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
10.15 Science Workshop rabies. Part 1
A really close look at fabrics.
Written by EURFRON GWYNNE JONES Producer MICHAEL COYLE (R) (e)
10.38 Let's See
Bread and Cheese Our Daily Bread presented by GILLY GILCHRIST
White/brown, sweet/sour, leavened/unleavened - all different kinds of bread but all having their origins in the soil. Producer CATHERINE MCFARLANE Series editor JAMES BOYLE (e)
11.00 Words and Pictures Each Peach, Pear, Plum
11.18 MI 10: ..
Mathematical Investigations Fly on the Wall followed by Projections
11.40 Science in Action Sixth Sense
12.05pm Job Bank
Working with the Elderly and Handicapped
12.28 Lifeschool: Going to Work Leaving Home
12.50 Video Active
An introductory guide to making home videos.
Effective Illusions (R) (e)
Video £9.99 and book. «.95 available from retailers or direct from BBC Video and BBC Publications
A See-Saw programme Swing High. Swing Low Voice and music Derek Griffiths
Research ANNE DENEHY Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE (R)
1.38 Zig Zag
The Saga of Gunnar Goldhair by IAN TAYLOR
A Viking drama in two episodes
2: The Monster of Jorvtk EMRYS JAMES as Grim the Greedy
ANNA CROPPER as Helga RUPERT BAKER as Gunnar With BRETT FORREST
WILLIAM ILKLEY , TIMOTHY LYN REBECCA SOWDEN and PETER STOCKBRIDGE. Designer GWEN EVANS
Producer TOM STANIER (R) (e)
Weather followed by Storytime Stone Soup
In this modern version by TONY ROSS of an old tale, the bad, bad wolf has his eye on Mother Hen's goodies. She stalls him with a promise of some very special soup - made from a stone! And gets her homework done for her.
Presenter DAVID BRIERLY
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
The major races from the opening day of Ascot's National Hunt season.
2.35 The Crockfords Trophy Handicap Steeplechase (2m)
3.10 The EBF Novices' Hurdle (2m)
3.40 The Steele Plate and Sections Young Chasers' Qualifier (2m) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN and RICHARD PITMAN Producer FRED VINER including at
3.00 News and Weather
4.00-4.05 News and Weather Regional News and Weather
The second of four live programmes from London Zoo with Mike Jordan
Jeremy Cherfas and Nick Davies.
How do you stop a monkey getting bored? And why do the elephants learn Singhalese?
Successful zoos are expensive to run. Today there's a look at the latest attraction designed to keep the turnstiles turning. Will it please the public and the penguins?
Narrated by David Attenborough
First of three programmes Zen, the Pigtail Monkey
... the monkey that goes to work - on a bike!
Zen's ancestors once roamed wild in the forests of South East Asia. Because of their intelligence and ability to adapt to man, macaque monkey's were trained as actors, and more recently, as travellers in the exploration of space.
This is the story of a more down-to-earth relationship between an animal and his master, in which you can discover how Zen earns his place as a full working member of Mr Tay 's household.
Filmed and directed by JACK BELLAMY Series producer PETER BALE
BBC Bristol (R)
It is 20 years since
Glynn Christian left New Zealand. In this four-part series he returns to his homeland to see what changes have taken place - particularly to the eating habits of New Zealanders.
Land of Milk and Money In this, the second programme of the series,
Glynn Christian visits the south of North Island - home of the famous New Zealand dairy farming industry.
It is here too that the Kiwi fruit flourishes, and Glynn discovers its true versatility as an accompaniment to savoury dishes, and as a sweet wine popular with the Japanese because of its high vitamin C content.
On Lake Taupo he catches rainbow trout which are barbecued with sugar, lemon and herbs for lunch. His journey ends in Wellington with a tour of the meat markets and the chance to taste some new and exotic dishes in a local restaurant. Cameraman NICK DANCE Director TONY YEADON Producers NICK DANCE and TONY YEADON
A SERENDIPITY PICTURES production
When We're 65
Retirement brings a new way of life to over half a million people every year.
For married couples, of course, it means a lot more togetherness - maybe too much for some.
Margo MacDonald seeks advice from retired couples on ways of adjusting to life together when every day's a Sunday.
Directed by BRYN BROOKS
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS (e)
(For more news and information on welfare rights, housing, jobs etc watch Ask Margo , Friday at 3.25pm BBC1)
continuing a season of films featuring the girls from
Frankie Howerd Dora Bryan and George Cole
The academy for young ladies finds a splendid new home for the school in Hamingwell Grange. Under the floorboards is over two million pounds, hidden by the great train robbers who plan to retrieve the loot. However, the girls have a different idea!
Screenplay by FRANK LAUNDER and IVOR HERBERT
Produced by LESLIE GILLIAT Directed by FRANK LAUNDER , SIDNEY GILLIAT
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A series of 13 films in which a walled garden is restored, and worked as it was 100 years ago.
Presented by Peter Thoday with Head Gardener Harry Dodson 7: June
'Flaming June' lives up to its name. Harry is kept busy manipulating the blinds and ventilators of the glasshouses, to protect the emerging tomatoes, cucumbers and melons. Peter shows how the development of the glasshouse allowed the Victorians to grow tropical fruits and flowers hitherto unknown in Britain.
In the garden the bees swarm, and Harry tackles slugs with soot, and wireworm with a carrot.
The briefness of the British summer.... renders the well-kept planthouse a place of most agreeable resort.
Photography PAUL MORRIS Music by PAUL READE
Associate producer JENNIFER DAVIES Producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol
Book: 'The Victorian Kitchen Garden ' (£10.95) and 1988 calendar (£4.95) available from retailers
Presented by Lewis Wolpert Issues from science today.
Minds, Machines and Minsky Can we build a machine to let our minds live on forever? The founding father of artificial intelligence, research Professor Marvin Minsky, explains how the structure of our minds will one day be replicated. The hardest problem; it seems, won't be our emotions or our souls, but how to give the machine common sense. Growing Concern
Tall people are more successful than short people - we live in a society which appears to reward height. Major drug companies are poised to market synthetic human growth hormone, a drug that's known to make short children grow into taller adults. Should parents be able to buy their children a head start? Lewis Wolpert reports. Research
DAVID MALONE. JENNY WALKER Film directors
TESSA LIVINGSTONE , ALAN PATIENT CAROLINE VAN DEN BRUL
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Series producer JANA BENNETT
The second in a two-part adaptation of D'ARCY NILAND'S classic Australian novel. Starring
Mac has returned to Eucla with Buster, looking for a job from Thaddeus, only to find his old boss gravely ill and Lily running the family business. Although strongly attracted to each other, Mac's independence in refusing to work for a woman leads him to take to the road again. He resumes his careeer as a prize fighter, but leaves after an argument with Beauty.
Swallowing his pride he asks Lily for a job, but weeks on the road have taken their toll on Buster.
Screenplay by TONY MORPHETT Executive producerJOCK BLAIR Produced by BRUCE MOIR
Directed by GEORGE OGILVIE
(First showing on British television)
with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with reports from around Britain by Ian Smith Chris Lowe and Nick Worrall with political and economic reports from Vincent Hanna Will Hutton and Nick Clarke