Today's sample programmes from the coming year's undergraduate calendar.
12.30 The Competitive Environment
Premier Percussion - survival in a competitive environment A family business, successful since the 1930s, foundered in the changed climate of the 1970s. A business consultant was called in, and the programme looks at the path he took to restore the company's fortunes.
Producer ROGER PENFOUND (R)
12.55 Arts Foundation Course The Leathart Collection
James Leathart , a prosperous Newcastle industrialist, had a passion for collecting china and art works by the pre-Raphaelite brotherhood.
GILL PERRY investigates the career of this apparently typical new patron and collector of art in mid-Victorian Britain.
Producer TONY COE (R)
Written and presented by Mike Amatt
BBC North West (R)
Weather followed by See Hear
Selina Scott , Jeff Banks and Caryn Franklin launch the Clothes Show Model 88 competition. There's a look at what's next in mail order and John Inman and Cheryl Baker show off their panto frocks.
And on the bottom line - lean and leggy looks in lycra.
North Yorkshire Moors
Kathy Tayler samples a cheap and cheerful holiday. Director ANNE MORRISON
Producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN
Weather followed by Great Collectors
Four films about people with a passion to possess great art. Written and narrated by Harriet Crawley
2: Sir Alfred and Lady Beit On the walls of an 18th-century country house, below the Wicklow hills near
Dublin, hang some of the finest Old Master paintings in private hands. They include pictures by Rubens, Goya, Velazquez, Murillo, Frans Hals and Gainsborough. BBC Bristol (R)
ConTestaNts CreaTiNg daily lists of words from a given set of letters chosen at random - that's what
Catchword is about. Lovers of words have come from all over Britain to face presenter Paul Coia and Bryan the computer with his sets of letters. There are synonyms to seek, and quotes to complete.
Crystals and Lasers by Professor J.M. Thomas , FRS A series of six lectures
2: The Architecture of CrystalsMinute beams of X-rays and electrons reveal the secrets of the ultra-microscopic world within crystals.
From the Dales to
The second of two films in which award-winning cameraman Sid Perou follows a rally of microlight aircraft.
Narrated by Ken Cooper (BBC Leeds (R))
Gulliver becomes shipwrecked in the miniature Kingdom of Lilliput where the inhabitants are so tiny that to them he seems like an 80-foot giant. Helping to avoid a war between a neighbouring state Gulliver makes many friends and enemies in this full-length live action/animated film of JONATHAN SWIFT'S classic.
The first in a season of screen adaptations of famous children's stories.
Screenplay by DON BLACK
Produced by RAYMOND LEBLANC and DEREK HORNE
Directed by PETER HUNT
(First showing on British television)
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Symphony No 10 (Realisation by BRIAN NEWBOULD ) The fourth of six programmes featuring some of Schubert's finest music performed by his most acclaimed interpreters.
Schubert was a sick man by the year of his death, yet in that last year, 1828, he still managed to complete an incredible number of masterpieces. He died at the tragically early age of 31, leaving sketches for a tenth symphony.
Jane Glover discusses with Brian Newbould , Professor of Music at the University of Hull, the work involved in realising these sketches.
The performance is given by the Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields led by CHRISTOPHER WARREN-GREEN conducted by Neville Marriner
Recorded in St David 's Hall, Cardiff.
Director VINCENT DOWDALL BBC Wales
by BOB BLACK starring
The More Things Change
Since Chancer went to jail,
Willie has put writing behind him and opted for yuppie respectability.
Unfortunately, as Willie is preparing to move into his new pad, Chancer is preparing to move out of his cell.
Music by DAVID MCNIVEN Designer IAIN MCDONALD Director RON BAIN
Producer COLIN GILBERT BBC Scotland
Presented by Chris Kelly Michael Barry and Jill Goolden
Lasagne and spaghetti - that's all Italian food meant to 19-year-old catering student Denise Perkins.
Italian restaurateur and writer Antonio Carluccio is challenged to teach her about the real thing. They start by cooking a real risotto at a mountain farm in Piedmont. And there's a tasting of Italian reds to go with the risotto. If you choose to buy this week's recommendations you can taste them live with the experts next week.
Sir Clement Freud argues that an understanding of food is more crucial to our children than any of the three 'R's. Why then is Home Economics not in the core curriculum?
Film directors JEREMY MILLS STEPHEN LAMBERT
Studio director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
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The Oscar-winning film starring
Dustin Hoffman Meryl Streep with Justin Henry
This hugely successful film stars
Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep in an intensely moving and often funny depiction of a contemporary relationship. Ted Kramer is consumed with his career. His wife, Joanna, left to raise their son, Billy, practically on her own, finds she can no longer live with the strain. She leaves Ted and he is forced to discover the hardship and joy of looking after Billy by himself. But 15 months later she returns, claiming custody of her child ...
Produced by STANLEY R. JAFFE Written and directed by ROBERT BENTON
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The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with political and economic reports from Will Hutton and Nick Clarke and international reports by David Sells , Charles Wheeler Gavin Esler and Julian O'Halloran Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE. ADRIAN MILNE Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON Editor JOHN MORRISON