Asian Rickets: the English Disease
3: Beyond the Classroom Under the TVEI, work experience, enterprise and residentials take education out into the world.
Film editor AMBER LANE
Producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
10 00am Encounter: Austria The Body-Building World Championships in Graz
Will KURT SCHNACHER make it to the finals?
Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
10.15am Look and Read
Badger Girl: Running Away
Mick has threatened to shoot the badger, so Debbie and Kiran run off with Stnpey. Written by ANDREW DAVIES
With MARGO GUNN. JOHN HOLLIS ASHIEK MADHVANI. JUNE MARLOW JAMES MARSTON. JULIA MILLBANK NICK ORCHARD. KIERON O'SHEA CHARLES COLLINGWOOD
KATIE HEBB and GARY WATSON Assistant producer ROGER FRY Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
10 40am Investigating Science Observation: Have You Ever Noticed?
It's surprising what the trained scientific eye can spot in the most familiar of situations. Producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
11.00am Watch The Ramayana
3: Music and Movement Louise and Tony use home-made instruments to make sounds for the Ramayana story. They learn how to imitate bird song and movement, and watch a special bird dance. Presented by LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and TONY NEILSON Assistant producer SUSIE NOTT BOWER
Series producer JULIA DRUM (e)
3: Hudson the robot blows one of Investigator's fuses, but which one? Zak and Stella are faced with 100 fuseholders and only four guesses.
Written by COLIN DAVIS Visual effects designer MORAG MCLEAN
Series producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN (R) (e)
11.35am Making History The Tudors
The Vicars of Hessle
A true story about Catholic and Protestant vicars at the time of the Reformation.
Written by KEITH GOODALL
Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
12.00 Words into Action 3: Love
SIMON MAYO looks at Christian love and how it has inspired believers into action in different ways: from visiting prisons to working overnight on London's streets.
Assistant producer TIM DEHN Producer JOHN FORREST (e)
12.20pm Science Topics Genetics and Genetic Engineering
Series producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
12.40pm Job Bank Graphic Design
Two contrasting examples. Narrator PHILIP HURDWOOD Producer PAUL MITCHELL (R) (e)
1.00pm Deutsch direkt!
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German.
3: Going shopping and ordering a meal. Plus a look at some of the crafts in the 'Schnoorviertel', the old quarter of Bremen.
Presenter HANNI VANHAIDEN Director MARION ALLINSON
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R) (e)
1.25pm King Rollo A See-Saw programme by DAVID MCKEE
King Rollo finds out which dog he likes best.
Narrated by Ray Brooks Music DUNCAN LAMONT Animation LEO BELTOFT
Production CLIVE JUSTER (R)
1.30pm Animal Fair with Don Spencer
Music director JONATHAN COHEN Percussion WILL HILL
Woodwind MARTIN FRITH
Assistant producer ANNE DENEHY Production BARBARA RODDAM (R)
The Book that Changed the World
2: William Morgan
Presenters Gwen Ellis
Producer RHIANNON REES BBC Wales (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
Cosmo has a nightmare after Harry reads the puppets the story of The Gingerbread Man. Maths-at-the-fair: slides and roundabouts.
Presenter Jeni Barnett
Animation MIKE HIBBERT (R) (e)
Voice of Hudson:
Live coverage from
Blackpool, including the address by the Leader of the Labour Party, the Rt Hon Neil Kinnock , MP. Commentators
DAVID DIMBLEBY , VIVIAN WHITE Editor JAMES HOGAN including at
3.00pm News and Weather
Maurice Edelman at
At Hughenden Manor in Buckinghamshire, where
Disraeli lived for more than 30 years, Maurice Edelman talks about the rise to fame of a young man who began his career with no connections, good looks and a burning desire to win a place in society, but who ended it a best-selling novelist, Prime Minister of England and a favourite of Queen Victoria. (R)
with Geoff Hamilton and Roy Lancaster from Wimborne Botanic Garden, Dorset
Two years ago John May opened his private garden to the public, but now has decided to move on. What will become of this plantsman's paradise?
Executive producer JOHN KENYON Producer MARK KERSHAW BBC Pebble Mill
Randolph Scott with Barbara Hale
When General Custer and his troops are wiped out at the battle af Little Big Horn,
Captain Tom Benson escapes death and is unjustly accused of cowardice. To vindicate himself he volunteers for a seemingly suicidal mission - to recover the body of Custer from the battlefield.
Screenplay by PETER PACKER from a story by GLENDON F. SWARTHOUT
Producer HARRY JOE BROWN Director JOSEPH H. LEWIS
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Captain Tom Benson:
in Lost in Limehouse
Sheerlock Jones and Wetson are on the trail of Lady
Esmerelda, kidnapped by the evil Sir Marmaduke. Directed by OTTO BROWSER
An RKO film
In the Labour Conference Day studio in Blackpool,
Sir Robin Day interviews the politicians who have been at the centre of today's events. Vivian White reviews the day's controversies, and today's big debates are followed by the major interview.
Producer VANESSA DOWELL Editor JAMES HOGAN
Modest and unassuming gastronaut Keith Floyd visits his native Somerset for a spot of lunch. He creates a dish that conjures up the smells of an English country lane in high summer: rabbit cooked in sparkling gooseberry wine. Also he checks on the quality of school dinners at his old alma mater - Wellington School. After several helpings of chocolate pudding he visits his old chum Gary Rhodes to cook Britain's signature dish, braised oxtail.
Cameraman RICHARD ELLIOTT Videotape editor MIKE FOREN Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West
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Proof of the Pudding
How safe is the food we eat? As we are encouraged to eat more fresh fruit and vegetables, are we being properly protected from the potentially harmful effects of the pesticides that keep them free of disease?
The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, insists that pesticides must be considered innocent until proven guilty. But laboratory testing for pesticides is expensive and uncertain. There is virtually no monitoring of imported fruit and vegetables.
Hugh Prysor-Jones reports on how science is being summoned to support the status quo, giving the benefit of the doubt to pesticides rather than to the nation's health.
Researcher JAMES KENT Producer BRIAN JAMES Editor COLIN CAMERON BBC North West
A six-part comedy series set in space by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor
Holly's increasingly erratic behaviour begins to endanger the ship, and he is replaced by the Red Dwarf back-up computer, Queeg 500. But Queeg has peculiarities of his own...
A Paul Jackson production for BBCtv
Arnold Rimmer, BSC, SSC:
A series of 13 programmes presented by Colin Blakemore 4: Rhythms of Life
Dreaming may be the brain's way to clean up its circuitry every night - a jet-lagged Colin Blakemore visits a sleep research laboratory in California and explores the meaning of the dreams he has there, with the help of the noted biologist Francis Crick.
Sleep and dreaming, jet lag, seasonal depression, sex - all are controlled by biological clocks in the brain. For
Mitch Heller , a strap-on version of the part of the brain which controls hormonal rhythms restored his sex-life - and a 'miracle baby' was the result.
Producer (WNET) JOHN HEMINWAY Film editor JUSTIN AMSDEN
Assistant producer IAN CALVERT Executive editor (WNET) RICHARD HUTTON
Series producer MARTIN FREETH
Co-produced with WNET. New York
by TOM PEIRCE
A series by new film-makers. 'That man came to die here ... for a reason.'
It is 33 years after Final War and an outsider has broken in to the City.
Only Solus can probe his memories to discover his purpose, the substance of his dreams.
Music HEATHCUFF BLAIR
Editor MARK TALBOT-BUTLER Photography CHRIS ST JOHN SMITH Producer
SAM NORTH Executive producers
LEE SANTANA and NICK WRIGHT Director TOM PEIRCE
(Made at Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design)
Voice of Solus:
The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick Directors JOHN WILKINSON
PETER DAY. VICTOR MELLENEY Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON Editor JOHN MORRISON
There are few ships in the Royal
Docks today, and the surrounding area is in decay. The residents of North Woolwich have their own plan for the development of the docklands.
Producer CLARE FALKNER