12.30 Care in the Community In the 50s, Exminster Mental
Hospital had over 1,000 patients.
In 1987 it was closed and provision made in the community.
What were the consequences of this decision?
Producer CLARE FALKNER
12.55 Finding a Voice
A programme that explores advocacy for people with a mental handicap.
Producer ALISON TUCKER
with Johnny Ball
When the white kitten with green eyes returns, then you know it's time for another tale from Johnny about adventures on the farm.
Today Philomena helps patch up a quarrel over an old coat. Producer GREG CHILDS (R)
Weather followed by Sign Extra
Isobel Ward, Simon Barnes and Chris Davis present this magazine programme about disability - this month featuring two different schemes to make shopping more accessible. Also kitchen equipment and arts news. With subtitles for the hard-of-hearing
Producer CHRISTOPHER HUTCHINS
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Weather followed by The Royal Welsh Show 1988 from Builth Wells
In the heart of rural mid-Wales, Builth Wells once again hosts the annual Royal Welsh Agricultural Show. Your ringside seats are reserved with Jack Hargreaves , Gerry Monte and Angharad Mair for all the colourful sights and sounds of Wales's foremost agricultural event. Engineering managers
LEN STEPHENS and JOHN PUGH Directors CLIFF JONES and RH1AN MAIR JONES
Producer DAFYDD ROBERTS Executive producer HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS BBC Wales
Regional News and Weather
4: The Last to Believe in Miracles
Justin's next alarming step draws Amy and Andrew into a confrontation.
Far Eastern Fells
Today Wainwright shows Eric Robson some of the delights still to be discovered above Haweswater. Executive producer JOHN MAPPLEBECK
Producer RICHARD ELSE BBC Newcastle (R)
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David Blackburn 's 's Landscape Vision
Artist David Blackburn in his native Yorkshire rediscovers the landscape that he once rejected. Producer MIKE MURRAY
A five-part series with Phil Drabble 2: Police Dogs
Producer PETER CRAWFORD (R)
[Starring] John Wayne
Visiting the fabled lawless city of San Francisco at the turn of the century, cattleman Duke Fergus collects a debt from Tito Morrell, owner of the El Dorado casino. There Duke meets the beautiful Flaxen Tarry, 'Flame of the Barbary Coast', and becomes Tito's bitter rival in business and love, with earth-shaking results.
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In the summer of 1987, the Year of the Rabbit, four British artists -
Richard Cawley , Chris Corr , Eammon Leddy and Andrew Whittle - went to China. They took with them paints, brushes and a video camera. People and trains, road signs and food wrappers, conjurers and calligraphers - all feature in this paint and video scrapbook of everyday images of Chinese life. Film editor LAURIE CHOAT
Executive producer JOHN ARCHER Producer JULIAN BIRKETT
Introduced by Jonathan King This week JK goes all the way back to 1984 for this updated repeat from the north west comer of America.
Although it's July in the UK it's Christmas in frosty Seattle. JK meets film director Stanley Kramer. interviews (if it can be called that) the then white hopes of British pop talent - Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and looks at some funny animal commercials.
Producer GORDON ELSBURY
Brass Tacks on Sport
Sport has become much more than just sport. Often it is the stories behind a sport which attract more attention than the event itself. For the next six weeks David Taylor and Kathy Tayler look beyond the results and the razzmatazz and explore some of the major issues which now affect sport.
Among this week's reports - the increasing pressures faced by sports officials:
On the Line reports on the soccer referees who are leaving the game because of abuse and physical attacks.
Also, the hidden costs behind Britain's bid to stage the Olympic Games.
Studio director ROBERT KHODADAD Series producer MALCOLM BETNEY Editor COLIN CAMERON BBC North West
Last in a six-part comedy series written by BEN ELTON starring with
Well, the four granddaughters return home and face their mad old granny.
Anyway, the questions and the lies of 20 years are finally sorted out as the stupid
Fuddle family is reunited.
Designer MEL BIBBY
Produced and directed bv PAUL JACKSON
BBC North West (R)
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the Fuddle Family:
Dr de Quincy:
The seventh of eight programmes Auntie's 's Bag
Heathrow Airport: sniffer dogs are routinely checking a Pakistan Airlines plane while, on the tarmac, officers and dogs are looking for drug concealments in passengers' bags. Arrivals from Pakistan receive particular attention and this one suddenly yields a 'dirty bag', a suitcase probably containing heroin. 'Auntie' and her nephew are stopped in the green channel and interrogated. The young man says, 'It is Auntie's bag - she has the key.'
Auntie is questioned through an interpreter. 'It is not my case,' she says, glaring at the officer and becoming increasingly belligerent. Her interrogator, though, gently persists ...
Producer ROGER COURTIOUR
Series producer PAUL HAMANN (R)
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starring Garry Shandling No Baby, No Show
Tonight is an extra-special show as this is the night that Jackie is having her baby. Well, it's all set, Leonard Smith has the block and tackle - what's the problem? Garry has put himself on the line for the Schumakers but their latest addition refuses to co-operate. It's just as well that Tom Petty arrives to return the hedge-clippers.
Written by ALAN ZWEIBEL and GARRY SHANDLING
Directed by ALAN RAFKIN
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormack
6: And God Made the World in Six Days, on the Seventh He Rested
This episode watches the Wilkinses after their six-day toil. Sunday - a day of rest, or is it? (R)
A Policeman's Lot
What goes on in the initial training for the police? New recruits encounter realistic beat incidents - drunken drivers, family rows - on a ten-week course in law and order.
Producer SUSANNE CAMPBELL-JONES