9.20 Inset Science
The second in a new series designed to help science departments to discuss and implement ideas about the demands of the secondary science curriculum, including GCSE and Balanced Science. Presented by TERRY MARSH Producer MICHAEL COYLE (e)
9.52 Making History
The Middle Ages. The Castle Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read Geordie Racer
Down in the Cellars
Spuggy has managed to surprise his family with his sponsorship idea - meanwhile a surprise of a different kind awaits the children in the gloomy cellars of Seaton Delaval Hall. with LEON ARMSTRONG. LIEN LU
LESLEY CASEY. CHARLES
COLLINGWOOD. MARY EDWARDS
KATIE HEBB. DEREK GRIFFITHS
MICHAEL HEATH. BRIAN HOGG
COLIN MARSH. RACHAEL MACKAY
FRED PEARSON. PETER ROWELL.
JULIE STEVENS. KEVIN WHATELY and BUNGO
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Producer SUE WEEKS (e)
10.38 Investigating Science A: What Can Matter Be?
Throughout history there have been many attempts to explain the nature of matter. This case study outlines some of the most significant steps that have led to today's accepted theory. Narrator MAC ANDREWS Producer ROBIN GWYN (e) followed by B: A Model of Behaviour
Can the process of modelling be applied to explain aspects of animal behaviour in practical humans? What are the rules behind our territorial feelings? Presenter FRED HARRIS Producer ROBIN GWYN (e)
Noises in the Night (R) (e)
12: The Investigator's antenna breaks away and Zak and Stella try to replace it. But how big should it be? A scale model helps their investigation.
Hudson's voice JONATHAN IZARD Written by COLIN DAVIS
Series consultant JOHN SHARPE
Producer DAVID SCOTT cowan (e)
11.35 Information World Five programmes about information technology 2: The Big Search
Presenter CAROL LEADER Producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
12.00 Maths Topics Data Representation
Producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
12.20pm Gli Italiani
Italy today seen through the lives of five Italians
1: La Baggia di Claudio
An Italian version of last Tuesday's programme
Series producer JEREMY BENNETT Producer RICHARD DENTON (R) (e)
12.50 Espana Viva (R) (e)
1.38 Dragon Trail
1: The Spider-Brushers
A true story of a Welsh servant girl who worked in a Montgomeryshire mansion during the middle of the last century. After being mistreated by the mistress of the house, 12-year-old Fanny steals two shawls and an umbrella and runs away. Some days later she is caught, found guilty of theft and sent to Australia.
Presenter GILLIAN ELISA
Series producer SIAN OWEN
Producer ANGELA WILLIAMS (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Signs and symbols: Picnic
Book: Nabeel Makes a Present by MARY DICKINSON and YASMIN SHEIKH , illustrated by CHARLOTTE FIRMIN
Presenter JENI BARNETT Producer NICCI CROWTHER (e)
For Sandy Lyle 1985 will be the year he remembers for the rest of his life. Sandy relives that moment on the 18th green at Royal St
George's when his third shot reduced him to his knees.
Interviewer Gordon Hewitt Producer MIKE ABBOTT
Weather followed by Sir Thomas Sopwith - 100 Years
Presenter Raymond Baxter Sir Thomas Octave Murdoch Sopwith, yachtsman, powerboat racer and pilot - born 18 January 1888 - was a leading pioneer of flight and one of the premier aeroplane constructors of the century, from the Sopwith three-seater tractor bi-plane of 1912 to the Hawker harrier of today.
In celebration of his 100th birthday, the aircraft industry held a lunch in his honour yesterday at the Brooklands racing circuit clubhouse.
Interviews and speeches from those who worked with, and who know. Sir Thomas provide an insight into a founding father of the British aircraft industry.
Lighting JOHN WIGGINS ' Sound PAUL CUNLIFFE
Television presentation DAVID PICKTHALL
Sir Thomas Octave
Lovers of words have come from all over Britain to face presenter Paul Coia and Bryan the computer.
The Royal Army Veterinary Corps Centre at Melton Mowbray is the basic training camp for the Army's 2,000 dogs and 600 horses.
Reporter Dennis McCarthy has been to see how the four-legged recruits face up to their 'square bashing'. Film editor RICHARD PARFITT Producer MIKE DERBY
Third of nine programmes
Gerald Harrison introduces a series of twice-weekly concerts featuring the champion bands who appeared in the last BBC2 Brass Band Competition. Today the featured bands are: The Ever Ready Band conducted by Major Peter Parkes
The CWS (Glasgow) Band conducted by Anthony Swainson and from Wales,
The Pare and Dare Band conducted by Denzil Stephens
Daytime viewers are invited to write in to request their favourite pieces of music from the series - these will be featured again in the spring. Recorded on location at the Assembly Rooms, Derby. Lighting JOHN ALLINSON Sound NEIL MURRAY
Designer ANDY DIMOND Producer KEN GRIFFIN
continuing a season of screen adaptations of famous children's stories.
Today starring Anne Shirley
Middle-aged brother and sister Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert need to adopt a young boy to work on their farm. Mistakenly, the orphanage sends them freckle-faced Anne Shirley , a talkative child, full of lively and romantic notions. Matthew finds the girl enchanting, but Marilla is far from pleased.
Written by SAM MINTZ Adapted from the novel by L. M. MONTGOMERY
Produced by KENNETH MACGOWAN Directed by GEORGE NICHOLLS JR
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Mrs Blewett's daughter:
What Price Fleadom (R)
with Carlos Riera and Yolanda Vazquez
What's been happening in Spain over the past week, plus an interview with Nickolas Grace , star of a Spanish television series about the life and death of the poet Federico Garcia Lorca.
Research CRISTINA LAGO Director NICK DAVIES
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)
by BOB BLACK starring
When Willie decides to become a comedy writer nobody takes him seriously, but undaunted he proves that his jokes are absolutely nothing to laugh at.
Music by DAVID MCNIVEN Designer IAN MCDONALD Director RON BAIN
Producer COLIN GILBERT
Presented by Chris Kelly Michael Barry and Jill Goolden No Additives!
Food and Drink viewers have been sending in misleading food labels - 'no this, no added that, naturally the other' they proclaim. Many will be outlawed by new rules. Fry-up!
Catering student Denise Perkins and restaurateur
Antonio Carluccio continue their gastronomic tour of Italy. This week, a narrow escape from a live squid, and a Mediterranean fry-up. Perfect Preserves!
The craftiest tips on making mouthwatering marmalade. Film directors JEREMY MILLS and KEVIN HULL
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
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Rosanna Arquette Dennis Quaid
Bill, an idealistic
VISTA worker, arrives on assignment in a poverty-stricken rural area.
There he encounters Belinda, an attractive young woman whom everyone believes to be retarded. Gradually he communicates with her through sign language. But when a district nurse falls in love with Bill, her jealous boyfriend decides to revenge himself upon Belinda ...
Screenplay by SUE MILBURN based on the play by ELMER HARRIS Produced by STANLEY BASS Directed by ANTHONY PAGE
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