9.15 Job Bank. Moving House For better or worse, the role of the removal firm and the estate agent.
Producer SUE ARON (R) (e)
9.38 Lifeschool. Going to Work Pressures at Work by TONY HOLLAND , BILL LYONS An accident.... who, or what, caused it?
With MICHELLE COLLINS.
KALLI GREENWOOD. JONATHAN LACEY
CYRIL NRI, NICK ORCHARD
STEPHEN TATE , GARY WHITAKER Director JEREMY SILBERSTON
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL (e)
10.00 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Dibs finds it hard to pass the time. Sherbett the robot negotiates an obstacle course. Penny and her family go camping.
Song: The Big Ship Sails on the Alley Alley 0
Presenter BHARTI PATEL Director JUUE CALLANAN (e)
10.15 Music Time Tune Shapes (R) (e)
10.40 Thinkabout. Bridges
Bridges that open, bridges that hang, bridges that fall down, and bridges that save you from the crocodiles.
Producer DEREK LONGHURST (R) (e)
11.00 Zig Zag
Norman Rule (R) (e)
11.20 English Time:
Storytelling. The Way it Is Social realism is the genre looked at this week. There are dramatisations from the books Break in the Sun, Buddy and Delroy Is Here. Children's author BERNARD ASHLEY talks about how he achieves realism in his stories.
Presented by su ELLIOTT
Producer DAVID MELDRUM (R) (e)
11.45 Tutorial Topics
Owning Up. Parts 1 and 2 by JOHN CHALLEN
Tina loses a valuable camera she has borrowed from her sister. It's her classmate, Debbie, who finds it - and steals it. Neither of them 'owns up'. With TANDI KEET .
VICKY MURDOCK , JOANNA DUKES , LUSHA KELLGREN . VICKY IRELAND , VICKY LICORISH and JENNA RUSSELL . Film editor PETER RINGSTEAD Producer LEN BROWN (R) (e)
12.08pm History File One Man's Revolution (Mao Tse-Tung)
Mao's 42-year leadership of the Chinese Communist Party changed the face of China.
Commentary JOHN TIDMARSH Written by ANTHONY LAWRENCE Producer JOHN CHAPPLE
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL (R) (e)
12.30 General Studies Music: Music Cues
With examples from advertising, The Living Planet and feature films, the programme asks composers what effect their music has. Producer BRUCE JAMSON (R) (e)
1.00 Science in Action Bumper to Bumper
This week, the science of the motor car. See how big the bang is inside an engine, find out what four-wheel-drive means, investigate the Ackerman Angle and watch
Abingdon College build a real car from a kit of parts.
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
A History of the Kitchen
The first of two programmes on the development of kitchen technology over 2,000 years. Music ROGER LIMB
Film editor JOHN BILUNGHAM Producer PAT FARRINGTON
Weather followed by Words and Pictures
Peace at Last
Presenter VICKY IRELAND
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
from Sydney, Australia
Presented by Dr Alan Maryon Davies with Geoff Capes
Steve Fletcher , Gary Lowe Sarah Jane Varley ,
Ron Webster , Valerie Whittington Drama written by LESLIE DUXBURY Produced by JENNY ROGERS. JULIAN STENHOUSE (e)
Dr Alan Maryon
Weather followed by International Snooker
The Benson and Hedges Masters
TERRY GRIFFITHS v
This afternoon's best-of-nine-frames match sees
Terry Griffiths (6), winner of the 1980 Masters and runner-up three times, against South African Silvino Francisco (10). DAVID ICKE introduces coverage from the Wembley Conference Centre.
Regional News and Weather
Most pensioners would prefer to stay in their own homes for as long as possible than move into sheltered or residential accommodation. Margo MacDonald looks at the local services which can help elderly people to stay in their own homes - and offers advice on choosing a residential or nursing home if it becomes necessary. 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 set in Cornwall of the 1780s, based on the novels by WINSTON GRAHAM
Part 11 by PETER DRAPER Producer
Directed by KENNETH IVES
Dr Dwight Enys:
Sir John Treneglos:
Sir Hugh Bodrugan:
Gilbert Roland Richard Egan
When two ex-marines working in the tourist trade off Cuba come across evidence of a sunken galleon, they set about an underwater search for a famous lost treasure.
Accompanied by two beautiful women - one of them the irrepressible Jane Russell - and a priest, their reward seems close but for the unwanted interest of some local fishermen ...
Screenplay by WALTER NEWHAM from a story by HUGH KING and ROBERT E. BAILEY
Produced by HARRY TATELMAN Directed by JOHN STURGES
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The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
Directed by EVELYN LAMBART
Continuing the series, today's programme is given to one work by the great Romantic composer Schumann - his Symphonic Studies. Sound BRIAN SPEERS
Production ALAN TONGUE BBC Northern Ireland
The Canal in the Jungle
The Panama Canal, now a billion-dollar commercial crossroads, was in 1881 a snake-infested forest and swamp, harbouring yellow fever and malaria, with sawgrass that shredded skin like a razor. When the jungle beat Old World canal diggers from France, engineers from the brash young United
States took over, fired by the success of their new transcontinental railroad.
Of the half million workers, who toiled for decades to create this new wonder of the world, 28,000 died.
Today the canal carries
12,000 ships a year. But its future is threatened, because of damage to the rain forest on which Panama depends. Narrator Paul Vaughan Produced for WGBH, Boston by CARL CHARLSON
Adapted for BBCtv by SUSAN SPINDLER
Horizon editor ROBIN BRIGHTWELL
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
written by BOB FERRIS starring Ronnie Barker with Josephine Tewson Spring 1937
Travers is determined not to rush into marriage with Clarence. As they settle into their cottage in the Oxfordshire countryside she decides that keeping chickens might be a good idea. Clarence sets about rebuilding the run.
Studio lighting CHRIS TOWNSEND Sound supervisor PETER BARVTLLE Designer JOHN BRISTOW Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS
starring with A Tale in Two Cities
Los Angeles: David and Bert Viola duet on what becomes of the broken-hearted as their cynicism leads them to the land where the tequila flows, the Jacuzzis bubble and the women....
Chicago: Maddie is still listless, but a chance meeting has her feeling great - very great....
Written by CHARLES H. EGLEE and ROGER DIRECTOR
Directed by ALLAN ARKUSH
Two partisan films about a controversial issue. Zoos
Animal welfare and conservation have become major public issues in the last ten years. Tonight's Split Screen presents an unusual argument between people who claim to represent the best interests of wildlife.
Zoo Check, founded by Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna , argue that it is
'unacceptable that animals should be suffering the deprivations of captivity in the name of entertainment.' But the National Federation of Zoos believe that 'without zoos having an ark function in breeding endangered species there would be no animals to put back into the wild.' Film editors
ROY SHARMAN. BERYL WTLKINS Film directors
STEVE CONNELLY. STEPHEN SAUNDERS Series producer ROBIN GUTCH
Both films have been made with the BBC Community Programme Unit
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