Managing in Organisations
12.30 School of Cent's
In a classroom there is a pool of human diversity.
12.55 A Question of Balance
How organisms inter-relate and how people affect them.
with Johnny Ball (R)
Weather followed by Sign Extra
with Isobel Ward, Simon Barnes and Chris Davies. (Full details at 11.20pm)
Weather followed by James Cameron :
Once upon a Time A five-part series
3: Slow Train to Outer Space 'I got to a lot of places, but I never got to the moon.'
This week. James Cameron goes on two famous last trips - by rail and sea. Then on to
Kenya. Hong Kong and Egypt before trying his hand at a trip into the future.
Producer JENNY chopper (R)
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2: A Gift of Love
Joe Quinlan 's devil-may-care approach to life places his own in great danger, while his daughter reveals a remarkable capacity for faith and courage ... (R)
(Part 3 tomorrow at 4.00pm)
... on the Lakeland Fells In this final programme,
Wainwright recalls his first visit to the Lake District. Now he returns with Eric Robson to the places that hold special memories and recalls the making of his unique Guide to the Lakeland Fells. Executive producer JOHN MAPPLEBECK
Producer RICHARD ELSE BBC Newcastle (R)
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The last in the series 5: Guide Dogs
Phil Drabble follows the fortunes of a litter of labrador puppies, from the time before they open their eyes until the moment when they start work as 'eyes on four legs' for blind owners.
Series producer PETER CRAWFORD (R)
from Birchgrove, Cardiff and Wellesbourne, Warwickshire
Plant list on Ceefax Page 261
After Napolean's defeat at Waterloo hundreds of French families, forced into exile, settle in Alabama. Wayne plays Kentucky rifleman Breen, whose love for a French general's daughter leads him to defend the settlers against his rival, Blake Randolph.
Produced by JOHN WAYNE Written and directed by GEORGE WAGGNER 0 FILMS: page 16
On Tuesday, 23 August 1938, Len Hutton entered cricket's record books by scoring 364 runs against Australia at the Oval. Since then, no English batsman and only one other player in the world has scored more test runs -
Gary Sobers 's 365 for the West Indies against Pakistan in 1958. It was for his native
Yorkshire that Hutton played county cricket. Now he lives in the stockbroker belt near London. Donald Trelford looks back on the maestro's cricketing career and together they step onto the Oval wicket to recall that day 50 years ago.
Film editor DAVE GOOD Producer JEFF GODDARD
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David Taylor and Kathy Tayler present the final programme in the series which explores the issues behind the sports headlines. Tonight: television and sport. Clive Everton presents a personal report on how television can make or break a sport. The programme also examines the state of Rugby Union in Britain and asks what needs to be done if this country is to offer serious opposition to the All Blacks and the Wallabies. Giving his opinion is one of Britain's top players, Jonathan Davies.
The Commentary Box guest is Trevor McDonald.
(BBC North West)
Guest (Commentary Box):
A drama series in six parts starring with 5: The British are not the only enemy that Washington has to face - a cabal of officers from within his own ranks has formed around
General Gates, with a view to usurping the Commander-in-Chief. Meanwhile his troops prepare to survive another winter of extreme cold and hunger.
Based on the biography by JAMES THOMAS FLEXNER
Directed by BUZZ KULIK(R)
Capt Tench Tilghman:
The third of six programmes Oh, the Edinburgh Festival! How dangerous! How unpredictable! Sources claim Alexei Sayle is attending the Military
Tattoo. Rumour has it that John Cleese and Clint Eastwood are in town to launch their new films.
Gossip reveals that
Jools Holland may offer an opinion (on what?). It's pretty certain there's to be a weekend of 20th-century music. Will it be exciting?
Will any of it happen?
Who can possibly say ...
Muriel Gray gives it a whirl. Producer KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Isobel Ward, Simon Barnes and Chris Davies present this magazine programme about disability. Included this month - news, sport, the arts and a feature on rally driving for disabled drivers.
With subtitles for the hard-of-hearing
Producer CHRISTOPHER HUTCHINS
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Namibia: Territory without a State
Germany invaded South West Africa in 1884. In 1988 South Africa is in control. In spite of the efforts of the United Nations. Namibia is still without its independence. Producer CLARE FALKNER