9.15 Job Bank
High Street Bank A working day
Series producer Paul Mitchell (e)
Going to Work. Mixing In First days at work aren't always easy....
With Ben Benson, Richard Butler, Gavin Conrad, Ian Durrant, Ewan Hooper, Otto Jarman, Kate Somerby and Steven Woodcock.
Director Romey Allison
Series producer Paul Mitchell (e)
10.00 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Bharti gets in a panic when she plans a day away from the market. Sherbett the robot goes shopping. James and Azel have their cousins to stay the night. Song: Yellow Bird
Presenter Bharti Patel
Film director Julie Callanan
Studio director Sue Aron (e)
10.15 Music Time
Rhythms Together (R) (e)
10.40 Thinkabout Under Our Feet
Producer Derek Longhurst (R) (e)
11.00 Zig Zag. Norman Castles (R) (e)
What's It Gonna Be?
The Sack by Gerry Huxham with David Scaffardi, Christine Collins, Dave Carter, Marc Nohr, Richard Bell, Ian Thompson, Tony London, Reg Pritchard, Melissa Wilson, Karen Frawley, Audie Cummings.
Producer Morton Surguy (R) (e)
11.45 Tutorial Topics
Living with a Handicap
Film cameraman Ben Wake
Film cameraman Dave Gurney
Producer Caroline Godley (R) (e)
12.05pm History File
Mr Kennedy and Mr Khrushchev Further development in the Cold War
Commentary John Tidmarsh
Written by John Tusa
Series editor Paul Mitchell (R) (e)
A current affairs series looking into a major issue of the week presented by Bob Curling (R) (e)
1.00 Science in Action Up in the Air
Investigate a rocket propelled by water, fly an aeroplane round the pole, make kites and marvel at we Cdr Ken Wallis's amazing flying machines.
Presenters Terry Marsh and Kjartan Poskitt
Assistant producer Lambros Atteshlis
Series producer Robin Mudge (e)
A See-Saw programme (R)
1.38 Near and Far: Now and Then
The Dairy Farm
A case study of a dairy farm on the outskirts of Worcester. Presenter SIMON GROOM
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Producer CLARE ELSTOW (e)
Presenter Vicky Ireland
Jesus, where'er thy people meet
(Wareham); All creatures of our God and King (Easter song); Now thank we all our God (Nun danket);
Make me a channel of your peace (St Francis); 0 praise ye the Lord!
(Laudate dominum); One more step along the world I go (Southcote); Let there be love: Ye holy angels bright (Darwell's 148th)
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Dr Alan Maryon Davis presents a guide to emergency first aid - part of the national Save a Life campaign.
Would you know what to do if someone was unconscious after a road accident? The first person at the scene could be you. You can save a life if you know the ABC of resuscitation. The first thing to remember is A for Airway with Lois Baxter , Josette Simon and Kay Stonham
Drama written by LESLIE DUXBURY Produced by JENNY ROGERS JULIAN STENHOUSE (R) (e) Book £2. 95; Video of all six programmes from BBC Education and Training. BBC Enterprises Ltd, 80 Wood Lane. London W12 OTT
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Learn more at a training session close to your home. For details and a free leaflet on emergency first aid write to: Save a Life. [address removed]
Dr Alan Maryon
Weather followed by Your Life in Their Hands
Narrated by Robert Winston Susan Smith was fatally ill with a rare liver disease which could have killed her within 18 months.
Her one hope was a liver transplant at an enormous risk; only half the people who have the operation survive for more than a year. Producer HENRY CAMPION
Series editor DAVID PATERSON (R)
Accidents Can Happen
Big court awards for injury or loss are in the news. If you get hurt, you may be able to claim compensation, but many people are put off by the prospect of going to court and dealing with lawyers. Margo MacDonald looks at the help you can get with compensation claims and talks to people who have successfully pursued their claims through the courts. Directed by JEREMY ORLEBAR
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS (e)
Rob Curling looks at what's going on in radio and TV; and Marian Foster has news from the Daytime Club.
A romantic serial in 16 parts based on the novels by WINSTON GRAHAM
Part 10 by PETER DRAPER 'Culprit, how will you be tried?' 'By God and my country, my Lord.'
So begins the trial of Ross Vennor Poldark. Among the spectators are those who would like - who have paid - to see it end in a hanging.
Producer MORRIS BARRY
Directed by KENNETH IVES
Dr Dwight Enys:
Sir Hugh Bodrugan:
Clerk of the Court:
Sir Henry Bull:
Lady Constance Bodrugan:
also starring Douglas Fairbanks Jr
Margaret Garret is the toast of Broadway, but she doesn't have any fun. Her irascible family have given up their own careers for her, and they never let her forget it. When Dannie Brewster, a maverick globetrotter, woos her at the stage door, she first avoids him and then has him arrested. But she cannot dampen his determination to show her there is more to life than worldly success.
Screenplay by GENE TOWNE, GRAHAM BAKER and ALLEN SCOTT
Produced by FELIX YOUNG Directed by TAY GARNETT
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The sport of skydiving (R)
The winner of the 1986 Tchaikovsky Piano
Competition opens his first television series with a performance of Beethoven's Waldstein Sonata. Sound BRIAN SPEERS
Production ALAN TONGUE BBC Northern Ireland
Playing with Madness Manic depression is a crippling emotional illness. It carries a high risk of suicide. It is now known that it has a strong genetic component. Those genes affect over one per cent of humanity: some 50 million people.
Is manic depression simply another genetic cross that mankind has to bear, or do these genes also convey some sort of advantage that helps to explain their survival?
Many manic depressives are creative - is it in spite of their illness - or because of it?
And what has madness to do with poetry, art, music, literature and leadership? Could it be that mental illness is, in some sense, necessary?
Narrator Stephen Moore Film editor JAMES HAY Written and produced by JEREMY TAYLOR
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written by BOB FERRIS starring Ronnie Barker with Josephine Tewson Spring 1937
Clarence and Travers continue their trial period living together in the Oxfordshire countryside.
A chance meeting with the vicar's wife opens up new opportunities for Clarence to test his removal skills.
Studio lighting CHRIS TOWNSEND Sound supervisor PETER BARVILLE Designer JOHN BRISTOW Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS
starring with Take a Left at the Altar Maddie's still being whimsical in the Windy City, David's still feeling the chill while, at the wedding, someone's got another variety of cold feet.
Hired to find an errant bridegroom, an intrepid
Addison looks to the skies and awaits a telephone call. Enter Herbert Viola and the bleepers ...
Written by KAREN HALL
Directed by SAM WEISMAN
Two partisan films about a controversial issue. Whose Choice?
With the second reading of the controversial Alton Bill just a few days away, the third series of Split Screen begins with two films made by women who radically disagree about its implications.
Women from SATFA
(Support After Termination For Abnormality) argue that David Alton 's proposal to reduce the time limit for legal abortion will deny many parents the right to choose to terminate a pregnancy because the foetus is severely handicapped.
Angela Partington presents a personal argument that the abnormal foetus should have the same right to life as any other baby. Anything else is a covert form of discrimination against the disabled.
FUm editors FRANCES PARKER and MONICA MEAD Film directors
SOPHIE O'NEILL. STEPHEN SAUNDERS Series producer ROBIN GUTCH
Both films have been made with the BBC Community Programme Unit 0 INFO: page 77
with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael