9.43 Descubra Espana
Vistas de Provincia (R) (e)
10.00 You and Me
A series for 4-and 5-year-olds GARY WILMOT investigates different smells with Cosmo and Dibs. Meet two sets of twins, and visit a birthday party.
Director CLARE ELSTOW (R) (e)
10.15 Science Workshop Stability 'A'
How safe are high chairs?
Producer MICHAEL COYLE (R) (e)
10.38 Let's See
Up in the Mountains
Producer MARIANNE BAIRD (R) (e)
11.00 Words and Pictures Forget-Me-Not
11.18 MI 10:
Mathematical Investigations Folds followed by The Right Shape
11.40 Science in Action Body Machine
12.05pm Maths at Work Programme 2
Economics: A Question of Choice (e)
12.50 The Wild Side of Town The first of four programmes which explore the effect of modem-day development on the green areas and wildlife in the cities.
Presented by CHRIS BAINES Wildlife Network
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A See-Saw programme Gullabaloo (R)
1.38 Zig Zag
The Channel Tunnel (2)
Napoleon was the first to dream of a tunnel. Twice tunnelling was started, and twice it was stopped. Does today's tunnel stand a better chance? How will the engineers set about it?
Presenter SHEELAGH GILBEY Producer JOHN CHAPPLE (R) (e)
Weather followed by Storytime The Glerp
If you're out for a walk, don't get in the way of a Glerp. A Glerp eats anything. A mouse, a dog, a lion and a cow find this out to their cost. But when the Glerp meets an elephant, he gets his own come-uppance!
Presenter DAVID BRIERLEY Animation MIKE HIBBERT
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (e)
The Benson and Hedges Championships from Wembley Arena The first of five days' coverage from this tournament featuring French and United States Open champion, IVAN LENDL , and Wimbledon Champion,
Introduced by BARRY DAVIES Commentator DAN MASKELL
GERALD WILLIAMS , MARK COX Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON ALASTAIR SCOTT including at
3.00 News and Weather
3.50 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
The Housing Game
Over 100,000 people are homeless and many more people live in sub-standard housing conditions. So what, if any, are your housing choices if you're on a middle to low income and can't afford to buy? Would a housing co-operative suit you, and how do such co-ops work? Is your only option to rent from the council? Could a Housing Association help you? Are you elegible for housing benefit and how do you claim it? Play the Housing Game with Margo MacDonald and her guests.
The stakes are high - a home at a price you can afford. Producer JEREMY ORLEBAR
Series producer TONY MATTHEWS (e) For more information send large sae to: [address removed]
concludes the season of films featuring the I infamous academy for young ladies.
Today starring Sheila Hancock, Michael Hordern, Joe Melia, Rodney Bewes, Maureen Lipman, Thorley Walters
The girls of St Trinian's, now under the uncertain control of Miss Olga Vandemeer, decide to form a trade union and take over the girls' schools of the nation. But when one college, Highdown, eludes their efforts, skullduggery and hijacks soon erupt in this last adventure of the most outrageous school in England.
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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 9:August
The preoccupation of the Victorian gardener during
August was getting water to his plants. The invention of the India rubber hosepipe transformed his task. Harry is helped, too, by Chilton's ready supply of spring water. The melons are netted to prevent them falling. The peaches, figs and nectarines are picked for the table or packed in boxes to be sent that same day by train to the owner's residence in London. Peter visits Sawbridgeworth in Hertfordshire to find out more about Thomas Rivers , the great 19th-century nurseryman who provided the country houses with their fruit trees.
Photography PAUL MORRIS Music by PAUL READE
Film editor COLIN CRADOCK
Associate producer JENNIFER DAVIES Producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol
The Art of Chivalry
From the Age of Chivalry exhibition at London's Royal Academy of Arts Peter France introduces two films which examine the reality behind the ideal. When Manfred von Richthofen died in 1918 he had become a figure of myth; a knight of the air with 80 victories to his credit. But the legend of the Red Baron hid a quiet, aloof man whose aristocratic sense of honour drove him to his death.
William Marshal , 700 years earlier, was described as the greatest knight in the world. He was loyal, generous and, above all, the champion of many battles. Yet Marshal was no simple warrior. He used his reputation to drag himself up from obscure origins to become Regent of England and Protector of Henry HI.
Film editor PAUL ASHTON Producers
JONATHAN DENT , MICHAEL TOSH MARGARET WINDHAM HEFFERNAN Series editor ROY DAVIES
Staff Sgt Kimble is going home, but how can he take all his belongings with him? He needs three doctors' signatures - he's got two, but what about the third? Written by RICK MITTLEMAN
Directed by WILLIAM JURGENSEN (R)
by JOHN LE CARRE , dramatised by ARTHUR HOPCRAFT starring
Ray McAnally , Alan Howard Benedict Taylor
Rudiger Weigang , Sarah Badel The second of seven episodes 'Listen, son, I haven't got a passport just at the moment or I'd do this myself. Syd, old Muspole, Perce Loft - they're not right for this. But you, son - that school of yours did the trick. You're class. You're authority. And she likes you. She trusts you. You're my son, that's the point.'
Music composed by MICHAEL STOREY Make-up designer DORKA NIERADZIK Film editor CLARE DOUGLAS Photography ELMER COSSEY Designer CHRIS EDWARDS Producer COLIN ROGERS Director PETER SMITH
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Daniel Barenboim plays the Sonata in F minor, Op 2 No 1 Directed by JEAN-PIERRE PONNELLE
Produced by METROPOLITAN. Munich (R)