9.15 Job Bank: Turning Pro
Dreaming of playing football for England or starring in Top of the Pops? A young singer and an apprentice footballer show how hard it is to make dreams reality.
Producer JUDITH MILES (R) (e)
9.38 Lifeschool: Going to Work: Working Hours
'Unsocial' hours can come as quite a shock after leaving school. This film shows how youngsters in three different industries are coping.
Producer JILL GUNDONREED
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL (R) (e)
10.00 You and Me
Cosmo and Dibs learn to communicate with a deaf visitor to the market. Sherbett the robot helps rescue a toy boat Barbara and Viviana, who are twins, have their hair cut. Song: Five Little Firemen
Presenters LARRINGTON WALKER and CLIVE MASON
Film director SUE ARON
Studio director JULIE CALLANAN (e)
10.15 Music Time: Contrasts
(For details see Thursday at 1.38pm)
10.40 Thinkabout: Getting the Message
The problem is that Sharon feels poorly and isn't on the phone. So the children rig up a do-it-yourself phone.
Producer PAT FARRINGTON (R) (e)
11.00 Zig Zag: Hungry Times: part 2
11.20 English Time: Storytelling: Into the Future - Science Fiction
Science fiction encompasses a vast range of different types of stories: thrillers and fantasies; serious and lighthearted. Newsreader JOHN CRAVEN
Producer DAVID MELDRUM (R) (e)
11.45 Tutorial Topics: Disputes. Parts 1 and 2
When Sarah's Gran insults her new friend it's only the start of a chain of disputes.
With DEBORAH HARPER, NEVENA KALEY, PETER ARMITAGE, MARION FIDDICK, JOSEPH MARCELL, KATHERINE PAGE and CORINNE SKINNER CARTER
Film cameraman PETER CHAPMAN Producer DAVID TAFT (R) (e)
12.08pm History File: The Arabs and Israel since 1947
Events in the Middle East from 1947 until the Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon.
Commentary JOHN TIDMARSH Written by DAVID SELLS
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL (R)(e)
12.30 General Studies: The Great British Diet
Nutrition experts and teenagers discuss the latest evidence linking diet and disease.
Producer CAROLINE GODLEY (R) (e)
1.00 Science in Action: Current Affairs
This week visit a New York neon light factory, make an unusual electric motor that shouldn't work but does, and find out how the battery of the future makes electricity from bacteria. Presenters TERRY MARSH, KJARTAN POSKITT
Assistant producer LAMBROS ATTESHLIS
Series producer ROBIN MUDGE (e)
1.20 Pigeon Street
A See-Saw programme
Can I Have My Ball Back? (R)
1.38 Near and Far: Now and Then: Superstore
What happens in the supermarket when the doors have closed behind the last customer?
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Producer JUDY BROOKS (e)
2.00 News, Weather followed by: Words and Pictures: Money to Spend
A hard-working farmer decides to sell his cow.
Arriving too late at market to make a sale, he exchanges his cow for a house. And so begins a series of exchanges. Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
from St Columb's Cathedral, Londonderry
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A guide to emergency first aid presented by Dr Alan Maryon Davies Suppose someone's heart suddenly stopped beating - you would have just three minutes to save them. Would you know what to do? With John Arnatt
Venetia Barrett and Diana Rayworth
Drama written by LESLIE DUXBURY Produced by JENNY ROGERS and JULIAN STENHOUSE (R) (e)
Book, 'How To Save a Life; £4.95, from booksellers
Dr Alan Maryon
Weather followed by The Professor of Surgery
'The customer is always right. They are customers, or clients. If we had no customers we'd have no job. I sometimes feel like writing over the walls - "No patients -no hospital".'
An informal portrait of Professor Ian McColl at work in Guy's Hospital, London and Edenbridge War
Memorial Hospital, Kent. Producer CHRISTOPHER SYKES
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Help When Someone Dies
Suddenly you find yourself responsible for arranging a funeral. Would you know what to do?
For example, imagine you're a distant but only relative of a man called Fred - who passed peacefully away a few days ago. He lived by himself, had no savings, and left no will. So what sort of funeral would Fred get? Should he be buried or cremated? And how would his 'estate' be sorted out?
Margo MacDonald uses the fictional example of Fred to give a step-by-step guide to what to do if someone dies. Directed by JEREMY ORLEBAR
Series producer 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 13 by JACK RUSSELL
The birth of a son brings joy to Ross. But it is overshadowed by the threat of ruin; and the tragedy of a death in the Poldark family raises ghosts from the past to haunt Demelza.
Producer MORRIS BARRY Director PAUL ANNETT
Charles Laughton William Gargan
Tony Patucci , a simple Italian grape-farmer in California's Napa Valley, conducts a courtship by correspondence with a lonely San Francisco waitress. When his mail-order fiancee arrives at the vineyard, she discovers that he has sent a photograph of his handsome foreman, Joe. Nevertheless, she agrees to go ahead with the marriage but when Tony is seriously injured in a fall she turns to Joe for comfort.
Screenplay by ROBERT ARDREY Based on the play by SIDNEY HOWARD
Produced by ERICH POMMER Directed by GARSON KANIN
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The Hyp-nut-tist and Bulldozing the Bull
Chopin's piano music covers a wide range of moods. This programme features his third Scherzo, his second Ballade, his first Nocturne and his Octave Study.
Sound BRIAN SPEERS
Production ALAN TONGUE BBC Northern Ireland
The temperature is going up. Britain may become warmer, but even wetter. The grain belt of America may get too dry to produce grain. In India, the monsoons may fail. Humans around the globe would face greater challenges than ever.
By burning coal, oil and gas, carbon dioxide is added to the atmosphere. It keeps more of the sun's heat in, which is making the world warm up. And, in a chain reaction, sea level, crop growth and rainfall will all change. Can the Greenhouse Effect be avoided, caused as it is by one of the most basic human activities - the generation of power? As one scientist says: '...we're hooked, we can't stop'.
Last in the series written by BOB FERRIS starring Ronnie Barker with Josephine Tewson Spring 1937
Clarence is beginning to get frustrated, not only by the bolster which separates him and Travers in bed, but by her lack of decision about marriage. They both find work at a big house in the village and Clarence decides on a walk in the country.
Studio lighting CHRIS TOWNSEND
Sound supervisor GRAHAM WILKINSON Designer JOHN BRISTOW Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS
Lady in loo:
The conclusion of a two-part episode in which it's David who goes into labour! Starring with Cool Hand
Dave Maddie 's pregnant and doesn't know; Agnes and Bert are clueless and don't know; television executives are desperate and don't know. Nobody knows the trouble Addison's in, breaking rocks and singing those lonesome prison blues. With Maddie on his mind, can the boy break free before they give the part - and the paternity - to someone else?
Written by ROGER DIRECTOR and CHARLES H. EGLEE
Directed by ALLAN ARKUSH
Two spirited and topical films made by women who fundamentally disagree about the ethics of 'offensive self-defence'.
Lucy Irvine, author of Castaway which recounts her experiences living on a desert island, believes that 'in certain threatening situations a mild form of foul play is fair play ... and I would like to feel the law was on my side - even if I struck first'. To prove her point her film 'dramatises' several incidents of assault and defence featuring
Amanda Donahoe , who played Lucy in the film of Castaway.
The case against her is put by Irma Kurtz , a newspaper and magazine columnist who lives in inner-London. She argues that 'to live with a weaponin your pocket, evena mace spray ... is not to resist the villains, it's to join them'. Film editors
MARTIN SMITH. PAUL RAPLEY Film directors
JANE OLIVER. MICHAEL HUTCHINSON Series producer ROBIN GUTCH
Both films have been made with the BBC Community Programme Unit.
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick