9.30 Casebook Scotland The Vehicle Industry
The rise and fall of Scotland's car and truck manufacturers. Presenter MURIEL GRAY
Producer ROBERT CLARK (R) (e)
9.52 Look and Read Dark Towers
10: The Last Laugh
10.15 Around Scotland Music All around You 2: Music of the City
CILLA FISHER and ARTIE TRESIZE sing songs and introduce a variety of musicians whose music has been inspired by the sounds and people of the city. Producer ISHBEL MACLEAN BBC Scotland (R) (e)
10.38 Geography Casebook: Britain
The British Car Industry
The challenge facing Austin
Rover from giant multinational motor manufacturers.
Narrator SALLY MAGNUSSON
Producer David scott cowan (R) (e)
The Story of Chen Ping
11.18 Wondermaths Programme 10
11.35 Let's See
Lights in the Dark
12.00 English File Why Shakespeare?
2: 'Twelfth Night' and 'Macbeth'
Twelfth Night is called a comedy; so how do actors try to get laughs? Macbeth is a tragedy - how do the same actors try to make that work its magic? RSC associate artists ESTELLE KOHLER and EMRYS
JAMES play Olivia and Malvolio and then the Macbeths in two famous scenes from set-book Shakespeare.
Devised by ANDREW BETHELL Producer GEOFF WILSON (R) (e)
This Year's Model by TONY MARCHANT
'Look, I'm not being horrible or nothing, Sadie, but all you've got is a body. You've got to make the most of it. It's not enough just to like the idea of being a model. You've got to be businesslike about it.'
How does 16-year-old Sadie react to her friend Mary's advice? Where - in the glamour model world - will she end up?
Photography GRAHAM FRAKE Film editor IAN PITCH
Produced and directed by ROGER TONGE (R) (e)
1.05 Treffpunkt: Osterreich
Studio Murz - Schuler Machen Programm
1.20 The Adventures of Spot
A See-Saw programme by ERIC HILL
Sweet Dreams Spot
Told by Paul Nicholas (R) followed by Bric-a-Brac
A See-Saw programme with Brian Cant (R)
1.38 Past 13: Choices in the Third Year
Your Child's Choice introduces two careers teachers with very positive views on choosing fourth- and fifth-year courses; some employers; the new GCSE exam; and some teenagers who have been through it all.
Narrated by WENDY JONES Series producer
ROSANNA HIBBERT (R) (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds There's trouble when Dibs takes the 'wet paint' signs off the stall. Nicholas goes to the bakery where his grandad works.
Presenters HARRY TOWB and JENI BARNETT
HONEYCOMB ANIMATION Film director ERIC MIVAL
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
Derek, the agent:
Introduced by David Icke and featuring this afternoon:
Tomorrow in Val d'lsere. this winter's men's downhill season starts, and the world's best skiers can begin to prepare in earnest for the Calgary Olympics. FRANZ KLAMMER. himself a former Olympic champion, assesses the prospects for the coming season.
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The race is also on for the 1987 BBC Television Sports Personality of the Year.
There's still time to vote - the programme will help you to make up your mind with a considered look at the leading contenders.
Plus the best moments from the week's top sporting action and a look ahead to sport on BBCtv next week. Studio director VIVIEN KENT Producer GRAHAM FRY (For coupon see page 65) including at
3.00 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Desmond Lynam talks to Arthur Marshall.
An III Wind
After the recent severe storms Guy Michelmore reports on the staff at Kew Gardens fighting to save their life's work, and the south-east farmers struggling to save their livelihoods. Producer PETER LOWE
Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE
Frank Muir and John Amis challenge Denis Norden and Ian Wallace Questions set by Steve Race <w
continues a season of films featuring
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS 'S jungle hero.
Today starring Mike Henry Alizia Gur
Six years after a boy is lost in the jungle, a photographer persuades Tarzan to help her find him.
Screenplay bv STEPHEN LORD Produced by ROBERT DAY
Directed by ROBERT GORDON
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A weekly report on the world of education with Linda Alexander.
The proposed national curriculum sets a compulsory framework for schools, based on specific subjects. As the debate inside and outside Parliament decides what should be studied by all pupils in England and Wales, this special discussion programme stands back from the Education Bill and questions what sort of education is needed for the changing years ahead. Producer SALLY KIRKWOOD Editor PETER RIDING (e)
Violence on the terraces has given football a fearful reputation worldwide. The government has demanded action, but clubs have been slow to respond - except three which have completely banned away supporters.
Glyn Worsnip visits Luton and Colchester to see how effective the ban has been, and asks why other clubs have not followed suit. Producer TONY CHAPMAN Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE
with David Jessel Sue Cook and film reporter Ed Boyle
Jon Nutman was 17 when he had an accident playing rugby at school. He's now in a wheelchair for life. Like the 3,300 British schoolchildren injured on the sports field last year, he has to prove that the school was negligent in order to win compensation. For years most education authorities have ignored advice to take out accident insurance for their pupils.
The High Court may shortly force them to do so. Studio directorPIETER MORPURGO Producer ALAN BOOKBINDER
Last of a seven-part series filmed over two years inside the secretive world of Customs and Excise. The Chancers
Dover at night from the white cliffs resembles a Star Wars set - great pools of light, ceaseless coming and going, a relentless stream of humanity, goods and vehicles.
This film follows the 'duty men' on the grind of the busy night shift - from the monotony of hung-over day-trippers to the pressure of snake-like queues of lorries and cars, all wanting to get out of Dover quickly.
In this chaos, and against overwhelming odds, there are some chance finds; tobacco, a drugs haul and an astonishing booze discovery. But even with the successes, as one officer explains, 'It's horrifying to sit and think at the end of a shift: what have I let through tonight?
What have I personally let through?'
Photography PATRICK O'SHEA
Film editor ANDREW WILLSMORE Assistant producer ROGER COURTIOUR
Producer PAUL HAMANN
Jewel in the Crown, The
Far Pavilions, A Passage to India. For 200 years British writers have achieved great success with their accounts of life on the Indian subcontinent. Less well-known are the writings of those Indians who travelled to
Britain and recorded their observations throughout the same period. Hardly any of this work has ever been translated, yet it represents a fascinating perspective on how the Indians have seen us. The film includes the witty observations of Mirza Abu Talib, a guest of the aristocracy, on the British class system in 1799; the slavish admiration for
Victorian industrial might expressed by Sir Sayyid Ahmed Khan ; the disillusion which set in during the 30s with the writing of Sajjad Zaheer ; and the introspective poetry of Mazhar Tirmazi - an outstanding poet of a new generation of writers who have settled or were born here.
With specially commissioned translations Arena presents this extraordinary testament for the first time.
With Roshan Seth. star of My Beautiful Laundrette, and Zia Mohyeddin
'He is a friend who, like a mirror, exhibits all your defects; not he who, like a comb, covers them with the hairs of flattery.'
MIRZA ABU TALIB (1799)
Photography COLIN CASE Film editor RAY FRAWLEY
Associate producer HAMRAZ AHSAN Executive producers
ANTHONY WALL. NIGEL FINCH Director UDAYAN PRASAD
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Sir Sayyid Ahmed
with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
continues a series of films by the master of contemporary
American comedy. Tonight starring Peter Sellers Peter O'Toole
Capucine, Paula Prentiss guest appearance by Ursula Andress
When Michael James consults psychiatrist
Fritz Fassbender , the outcome only adds to his problem - an over-abundance of beautiful girls
Humorist Woody Allen made his film debut as both writer and actor in this hilarious look at 20th-century man's obsession with sex.
Peter O'Toole is the lucky man in the midst of a breathtaking array of delectable females, and Peter Sellers is in his best continental form as Fassbender.
Screenplay by WOODY ALLEN Produced by CLIVE K FELDMAN Directed by CLIVE DONNER
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