This week two sample programmes from next year s undergraduate calendar are shown each weekday.
12.30 Animal Physiology A Winter Sleep
The Canadian ground squirrel can let its body temperature drop to near freezing, but it doesn't passively fall into torpor. It even wakes up at intervals. Special filming techniques allow fascinating glimpses of the squirrel's life. Producer AILEEN LLEWELLYN
12.55 Arts Foundation Course The Other Virtuosos
They were the working men who played in the brass bands of Victorian Britain. Follow the career of one of the most famous bands, the BLACK DYKE MILLS band, from the 1840s to the huge popularity of the 1880s Crystal Palace contests. Producer TONY COE
Famous Men and Fair Women Julia Margaret Cameron 's success with the complex wet-collodion process is still one of the peaks in photographic history. Narrator Brian Coe
Quotations spoken by Joyce Grenfell and Yvonne Gilan (R)
Weather followed by Songs of Praise
0 come. 0 come, Emmanuel (Veni Emmanuel): Hark the glad sound (Crediton); God is love (Personent Hodie): How lovely on the mountains; Oh the love of my Lord: Listen, listen; Here I am. Lord:
Magnificat (Scottish traditional):
Ye servants of God (Laudate Domine)
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Volvo Dump Truck
In the last of his series
Richard Blizzard makes something for the grown-ups: a detailed scale model of the Volvo dump truck. This powerful yellow machine with its huge black wheels is equivalent in weight to 200 mini cars. To reproduce the tipper mechanism and all the intricate detail of the bodywork, you'll need wood-working skills but if you decide to take on the challenge, your efforts will be well rewarded.
Location director CHRIS SALT
Studio director PHILIP THICKETT Producer MARY CLYNE (e)
Weather followed by American Basketball
Into the 41st NBA finals.
300,000 dollars the first prize, and the BOSTON CELTICS, current holders face 1985 winners the LOS ANGELES LAKERS. This best of a seven-match series throws up a fascinating duel between the Celtics' LARRY BIRD and the Lakers' MAGIC JOHNSON. Television presentation WTBS CBS Producer DEREK BRANDON A CHEERLEADER production for BBCtv
Regional News and Weather
A market place of ideas with Judi Spiers
In the last programme of the series, it's the grand cook-out forthejoint Woman Magazine/ Bazaar pizza competition - three finalists battle it out.
It's also the finale of Barbara Daly 's Make-up Masterclass, and Eamonn Holmes continues his education. Director DAVE THOMAS
Series producer ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer CLARE BRIGSTOCKE (e)
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Rob Curling looks at what's going on in radio and Marian Foster has news from the Daytime Club.
A romantic serial in 16 parts based on the novels by WINSTON GRAHAM
Part 8 by PAUL WHEELER
Francis develops the morbid sore throat. Demelza insists on helping Elizabeth nurse him and, in doing so, puts at risk all those she holds most dear. For Ross, a shipwreck in Nampara Cove brings a different kind of danger.
Producer MORRIS BARRY Directed by PAUL ANNETT
Sir Hugh Bodrugan:
Lady Constance Bodrugan:
Dr Dwight Enys:
Shown last Thursday on BBC1)
Stuart Whitman Robert Wagner
The 21st century:
Pacifica, a city under the sea, prepares to receive a vast shipment of gold from Fort Knox and the entire US stockpile of a deadly gas - H128. The transfer is complicated by an attempted theft.
Meanwhile a meteor is hurtling towards earth ...
Screenplay by JOHN MEREDYTH LUCAS Produced and directed by IRWIN ALLEN
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The story of a butterfly Directed by ROBIN LEHMAN (R)
Inner City Blues
On election night
Mrs Thatcher committed herself to tackling Britain's inner cities. For the last 15 years Open Space and its predecessor Open Door have enabled people to make programmes under their own editorial control, many of which have come from inner city groups.
This rich archive is drawn upon to present a portrait of the deepening urban crisis through the eyes of the people who have to live with the problems and have struggled to solve them.
From more than a dozen very different communities filmed during the last 15 years, the issues remain disturbingly similar - bad housing, social dereliction, economic decline and mass unemployment. Film editor PETER CLARKE
Series producer PETER LEE-WRIGHT Director PHILIP MORROW Producer GILES OAKLEY
Open Space is the series where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control helped by the Community Programme Unit.
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The Oriental Option
Japan is probably the richest country in the world; a country where product is king and finance its servant. The robot company Fanuc has six times the production capacity it needs and markets are poor. Even so Dr Inaba. diminutive shogun of this robot empire, can afford to sit out the lean years. He has the backing of government, other members of his industrial clan and the bank.
Things are different 6,000 miles away. The Clarkes are alone with their robot. All loans for their Hampshire business have had to be personally guaranteed. Their house is on the line. The bank has foreclosed and the company is in receivership.
Tonight Will Hutton looks at the oriental option, a financial system that is allowing the Japanese to dominate world markets. Producer MARIE THOMAS
Film editor STEVE HOLDSWORTH
Executive producer JOHN COLEMAN BBC Southampton
continues a season of films by the master of contemporary
American comedy. Today also starring Diane Keaton
1812: a prison somewhere in Russia. Boris Grushenko awaits his execution and stoically looks back over his short life ... Woody Allen 's brilliant parody of Russian literature features a soundtack by S. Prokofiev , a cast of thousands and some of the best jokes about herrings and death this side of Moscow.
Produced by CHARLES H. JOFFE Written and directed by WOODY ALLEN
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Woman in hygiene class:
The Making of a Dissident First of five programmes in which Natan (Anatoly) Sharansky tells
Richard Holloway of the events in his life which led him to become the world's most famous dissident. Childhood
'From early childhood there were things that could be said at home - but never publicly.'
Produced by JAMES MURRAY
(Part 2 shown tomorrow at 10.20pm)
World events analysed by Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with reports from around
Britain by Ian Smith , Chris Lowe and Peter Taylor Producers MARK THOMPSON
MARK DAMAZER. NIGEL CHAPMAN LIZ RAMSAY
Editor JOHN MORRISON