10.00 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Will Dibs and Cosmo like the presents they've been sent? Colour song: Green
Book: Through My Window by TONY BRADMAN
Presenter HARRY TOWB
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
10.15 Big Top Science
10.38 Pages from Ceefax
11.00 Words and Pictures I Am Better Than You!
The Geography Programme Why Industry Comes and Goes (2)
MALCOLM STACEY continues the story of industry in South
Wales from the demise of coal and steel to the age of the industrial estate and hi-tech. Producer LEN BROWN (R) (e)
11.40 Pages from Ceefax
12.28pm Politics and You Put It to the Vote
12.50 Pages from Ceefax
Weather followed by Storytime
Sam and the Box
Some might think a dog-eared cardboard box should go out by the bins, but children think differently.
They pretend it's all sorts of things: a monster, a van, a boat....
Presented by lain Lauchlan Producer SUE PETO Series producers
PAT FARRINGTON. DIANE MORGAN (R) (e)
Weather followed by The World About Us
Elephant Kingdom Narrated by David Attenborough
The kingdom is Thailand; and in the wars of the past, in the work of the present and in the worship of all time, the elephant has always been a mighty force in this land. Producer RICHARD ROBINSON
Series editor ANTHONY ISAACS (R)
Continuing the coverage from BBC1 of the second day of this traditional summer scene.
4.20 Royal Hunt Cup (Handicap. 1m)
One of the greatest sights in racing and the week's biggest gamble with 30 horses spread across Ascot's straight mile.
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Race and paddock commentators
JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER
The fashion scene described by MIRIAM FRANCOME
Andy Crane - starting with
Bananaman: Memory Lane
Eric is just another schoolboy - but when danger calls, a few mouthfuls of his special bananas and Eric is Bananaman.
With the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor
Bill Oddie, Graeme Garden and Jill Shilling
Written by BERNIE KAY Music by DAVE COOKE
Produced by TREVOR BOND Directed by TERRY WARD.
The second round of television's newest quiz game, presented by Phillip Schofield
Four more teams test their knowledge of films and cinema each trying to become the Star Movie Makers and win their way to the grand final.
Watch out for your favourite film clips and see if you can solve the mystery of the extra-terrestrial notes.
Two films from the Italian animator BRUNO BOZETTO. Baeus in which a beetle falls madly in love with a woman, resulting in an unusual ménage d trois. Sigmund in which it is suggested what Dr Freud might have dreamed about as a boy.
The last in the series, featuring Harry Horse and Swamptrash, all the way from Oskaloosa, Promise City, Missouri and We Free Kings, who manage to make the Pogues look restrained. Also a quick look round Edinburgh's underground rehearsal rooms where music flourishes among the mildew, and an interview with Regular Music, Scotland's biggest promoters.
Medical care can patch people up, but it isn't saving them from the killer diseases brought on by today's lifestyles. The World Health
Organization, celebrating its 40th anniversary, is advocating a revolution which will affect how people live, love, work and play.
From Lithuania to Olympic Barcelona to a remarkable project in Wales, the programme shows how a dream of health for all could become a future reality.
Narrator Alexander Thomson Film editor ROB SYLVESTER
Introduced by Lewis Wolpert The Man-Eating Myth
Were our ancestors man-eaters? Or was it only savages from far-off countries who indulged in cannibalism?
American anthropologist Bill Arens argues for a more charitable view of our neighbours and forebears, and looks at the evidence from caves from Cheddar
Gorge to Papua New Guinea. Birth Rights
Should a pregnant woman be forced into an operation if doctors think her foetus is in danger? Should she be imprisoned to prevent behaviour that might harm her unborn child?
English barrister Elizabeth Woodcraft travels to the United States to meet the protagonists in legal cases where the long arm of the law has reached into the womb.
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Series producer JANA BENNETT (R) revised
Hawkeye persuades Fr
Mulcahy to talk to one of his patients whom he suspects of self inflicting his wound.
He is happy to oblige but has guilty feelings when accused by the soldier of never having been to the front.
Mulcahy hitches a ride ... Written by RICHARD COGAN
Directed by GEORGE TYNE (R)
Major Frank Burns:
A film with music in six parts by DENNIS POTTER starring with Janet Suzman Patrick Malahide and Alison Steadman
3: Lovely Days
'Summat's wrong! This 'int right! Where's our dad then? What be they looking at I for? Is it my fault? I'a gone and done it again!'
Directed by JON AMIEL
First mysterious man:
Second mysterious man:
Staff Nurse White:
Philip Marlow (aged 10):
Mary, the lodger:
First mortuary attendant:
Second mortuary attendant:
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick Reporters NICK CLARKE.
LINDA CHRISTMAS. CHRIS LOWE. DAVID COSS. GAVIN ESLER.
OLENKA FRENKIEL. MARGARET GILMORE , JAMES HOGG.
WILL HUTTON, WESLEY KERR. PETER MARSHALL ,
JULIAN O'HALLORAN. DAVID SELLS,
DAVID TINDALL, JANET TREWIN. CHARLES WHEELER Assignment editors
NIGEL CHAPMAN. NICK GUTHRIE Producers MARK DAMAZER LIZ RAMSAY. KEITH BOWERS EILEEN FITT
Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON Editor JOHN MORRISON
12.10 Maths: Complex Integration
Integrating complex functions round a loop often gives zero - and when it doesn't, you can get the answer without integrating at all. Producer R. CLAMP
12.35 Of Gann and Genes
Leading researchers describe current research into the causes of cancer, and explain what is so far understood.
Producer NICK BRENTON
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