Technology: Eurekaargh! (2)
9.20 Inset TVEI Extension 4: Overarching Issues
What does the Technical and Vocational Education Initiative say about equal opportunities for the sexes, recording achievement and progression into Further Education? Film editor AMBER LANE Producer ROGER FRY (e)
9.52 Making History The Tudors
The Beggars Are Coming
Who looked after the poor? A beggar, a spinner and a farm labourer find different ways of survival in the hard times of 1601. Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read Geordie Racer
9: 'If Only We Knew When ...' The police need more information before they can arrest Baz and Victor. Then, on the day of the Great North Run, Janie visits her dad's ship.... With LEON ARMSTRONG. LIEN LU
KATIE HEBB. DEREK GRIFFITHS
MICHAEL HEATH. BRIAN HOGG
COLIN MARSH. MADELAINE NEWTON
FRED PEARSON. PETER ROWELL
JULIE STEVENS , KEVIN WHATELY and BUNGO
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Producer SUE WEEKS (e)
10.38 Technology and Design Sorting
The second of three television programmes featuring problem-solving in the real world of technology and design. Producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
11.00 Watch. The Elements Air (e)
11.18 Logo. Bugs Away
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
Getting to Grips with Racism In the Classroom
How a wide range of subjects can take on anti-racism in the way they are taught in school. Presenter TERRY BADDOO (e)
11.55 Living Decisions 3: Spending Money
Lee is setting up his first business; Jane is a single parent; Alan and Claire are buying a house; Terry and Peggy have retired. How do they spend their money, and what influences their decisions?
Producer SUSIE NOTTBOWER
Series editor DAVID SCOTT COWAN (e)
12.20pm The Italians
A portrait of Italy today seen through the lives of five different Italians.
The Bride of Calabria
Producer JEREMY BENNETT (R) (e)
12.50 Espana Viva
The eighth of 15 programmes (R) (e)
The Special Day (R)
Spain and Its People 5: The Pilgrim Land
Galicia is Spain's north western region, a forgotten corner where cows plough the fields, and crops are gathered by hand.
Presenter RICHARD REES
Series producer ALWYN HUMPHREYS Editor BRYNMOR WILLIAMS
Producer CHRISTINE TRURAN (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds When Gary gets paint on his best suit, Cosmo and Dibs think they can find clean clothes to fit him.
Song: My Hat It Has Three Comers
Presenter GARY WILMOT Studio director CLARE ELSTOW
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
It's London Fashion Week and Selina Scott , Jeff Banks and Caryn Franklin join the rest of the world's fashion journalists, photographers and buyers as the circus rolls into town. In contrast to the hype and hysteria at
Olympia, there's a report from Harrogate Fashion Fair. Producer CLARE STRIDE
Series producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill
Join Peter Seabrook in the last of his visits to famous New Zealand gardens.
On North Island near to
Auckland is Tupare, one of only two National Trust Gardens in New Zealand. Started in 1932 on a scrub hillside the magnificent climate has produced a phenomenal growth rate for trees and flowers. Producer RUSS MORASH BBC presentation by DENIS W. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Live coverage of the main race of the first day's card
3.30 Waterford Crystal Champion Hurdle (2m) The demise of triple champion, See You Then, leaves the race wide open with the two Celtics, Chief and Shot, both in with good chances. The winner's prize is a record Â£50,000. Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN and RICHARD PITMAN with BILL SMITH and TOMMY STACK
Reporter JONATHAN POWELL Producer FRED VINER
Andy Crane - starting with Doodle
Schoolchildren around the country have been busy with pens, paint-brushes, even a hammer and nails for their artwork and doodles this week. As usual Doodle will also be introducing more cartoon fun from Touche
Mr Hiccup and the Plonsters. Music MICHAEL OMER Executive producer
THERESA PLUMMER-ANDREWS Producer ROY MILANI
Stan and OUie fight crime in Fly Foot and Flat Feet
by BILLI ROSEN
Told for Jackanory by Hannah Gordon
2: Ghosts come alive again and mysterious visitors arrive on New Year's Day.
Prize Fight Fright
A cartoon starring the two ever-hungry bears Yogi and Boo Boo. (R)
Written and presented by Johnny Ball
Ann De Caires and Mark Salter
Know how radio-controlled eyeballs and yards of fake fur become a film star? How a load of hot air gets you airborne and it's a gas which keeps you up there?
TOOT HILL COMPREHENSIVE uses air power to keep their heads above water and in today's Hyperspace Hotel
Paula makes contact with the alien and has something to celebrate. And Mark winds up the programme by dropping off! Know how? Watch Knowhow! Hyperspace Hotel
2: Hi-Tech Surprise
Written by JAMES FOLLETT Designer
Producer JANE TARLETON
Forfactsheet send a large, sae to: [address removed]
The voice of Knowall:
by SID WADDELL
1: Hungry for the Game
The Grasshoppers aren't exactly Manchester United on the football field. In fact there's more life in a tramp's vest. Enter a Geordie in a track suit.
Producer PAUL STONE
Director EDWARD PUGH (R)
(Part 2 on Friday BBC1 at 5.05pm)
(For cast see page 68)
from Bamsdale BBC Pebble Mill
BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric HalsaU
Total mastery of the sheep, with quiet control of their movements, is the aim of today's shepherds as man and dog tackle the challenging trials course on grazing land above Derwentwater. Heat 3 - Wales
GWILYM JONES with Floss JOHN LIGHTFOOT with Black HEFIN JONES With MegDirector MICHAEL KERR Producer IAN SMITH
Ten films about comtemporary architecture 3: Islam: the Search for Identity
Oil has brought unprecedented wealth to the Middle East and, as a consequence, a massive programme of new buildings. This programme looks at Kuwait, Doha and Jeddah where signs of an Islamic contemporary architecture are now emerging. The State Mosque in Kuwait, the University of Qatar and the Suleiman Palace in Saudi
Arabia were all built by Arab architects. The new
Parliament Building by Utzon, the spectacular Haj
Terminal by SOM show that western architecture can give a feeling of place.
Sheikha Hussa (daughter of the Emir of Kuwait), Sheikh Farsi (Mayor of Jeddah),
Egyptian architects Kamal El Kafrawi and Abdel El Wakil are all working towards an Arab identity based on tradition.
Narrator Andrew Sachs
An important landmark in the public discussion of the arts
... the BBC's outstanding documentary series of the 1986 season.
Associate producer ROGER LAST Written and produced by PETER ADAM (R)
with Klaus Romer and Annegret O'Dwyer
The week in Germany as seen by Tagesthemen, the nightly current affairs programme shown on ARD, Germany's first channel. Research DANIELLA DANGOOR Director NICK DAVIES
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)
For notes for the six German programmes send a cheque for £4. 00, payable to Brighton Polytechnic. to [address removed]
Palaces of Reason and Delight A celebration in stone of Marlborough's greatest victory, Blenheim, heralds the 18th century. This programme admires the glories that remain of that age of reason and elegance: at Houghton, built by Britain's first prime minister, at the Duke of Buccleuch's estates in England and Scotland, at West Wycombe, home of the eccentric
Dashwoods, and finally at Syon.
Presented by John Julius Norwich
Directed by PETER NEWINGTON Produced by MICHAEL GILL
A MALONE GILL production for BBCtv (R)
continues a season of films by the great British film-maker Tonight starring Laurence Harvey Lee Remick Alan Bates
After successfully faking his death in a glider crash, Rex Black and his wife Stella defraud an insurance company of a large claim.
They head for Spain and an anonymous life in the sun.
Unfortunately their plans are not quite as watertight as they had hoped.
Screenplay by john MORTIMER
Based on the novel The Ballad of the Running Man by SHELLEY SMITH
Produced and directed by CAROL REED
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Presented by Donald MacCormick
Will Nigel Lawson 's fifth
Budget ensure his reputation as the tax reforming Chancellor?
Peter Snow and Will Hutton assess how individual taxpayers, the City and industry are affected by today's measures.
And in the studio, leading politicians give their verdict. Producer MARK DAMAZER
Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON Editor JOHN MORRISON
The main points of Nigel Lawson 's Budget speech with sign language and subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing plus a more in-depth look at the implications of today's changes in the disability field.
Presented by Maureen Denmark and John Lee with a special report by James Long
Potsdam - the Confrontation This is the second of four programmes that follow the progress of the Potsdam Conference. It dramatises the debate between
Truman, Churchill and Stalin about the recognition of the East European states and Italy.
Producer c. HASLAM (R)