Parents of young children should note that some programmes in 'Daytime on Two' are specifically aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for young viewers.
9.20 am Police Powers
Second of six films on the police and the public. Loyal to the Law
In Northern Ireland, 'normal policing' is made difficult by the RUC's front-line role in the battle against paramilitaries on both sides of the political divide. Chief Constable SIR JOHN HERMON hopes that an impartial and rigorous application of the law will win respect from both sides. Others feel that police-community relations are almost non-existent.
Assistant producer HELEN FAWCETT Producer CHRIS LENT (R) (e) For the print pack containing information on the main police powersiohich affect young people send a 12" x 9" sae with 55p stamp to. [address removed]
9.50 am France Francais: Un dur apprentissage
10.05 am You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds presented by HARRY TOWB
Cosmo and Dibs make a wish. A trip on a Blackpool tram with Davina and her mother, the driver.
Song: I Wish I was a Bird Up in a Tree
Film director SUE ARON
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
10.20 am Science Workshop: Analysing 'A'
The things people look at are more than they see.
Series producer MICHAEL COYLE. (R)(e)
10.40 am Around Scotland: Aberdeen: 3: Aberdeen Lives
A look at three key industries in Aberdeen through the eyes of people who work in each: an off-shore oil technician, a fish merchant and a farmer.
Producer PETER LEGGE
Series producer MARIANNE BAIRD
11.00 am Words and Pictures: Lift Off!
11.15 am English Time: Storytelling: Into the Future
Producer DAVID MELDRUM (R)(e)
11.35 am MI 10: Mathematical Investigations
Fly on the Wall/Projections (e)
11.55am Words into Action 5: People's Views of Jesus
12.15pm Science in Action Sixth Sense
12.35pm Lifeschool: Going to Work: Equal Opportunities
1.00pm A Life of Our Own
Fifth in a series of ten programmes for people with learning difficulties.
Presented by GARY BOURLET and PETER BURGIS with SIR BRIAN RIX
A Home of Our Own
ROBEN PATTEMORE and SARA MAYNARD left the security of living with their parents to set up home together. They enjoy their independence, but they've had to learn the necessary skills.
ANNE HEDLEY, ADRIAN MORRIS and GRAHAM CHUBB lived for years in hospital. Now they're enjoying their terraced home, and learning skills with the help of their care worker.
Studio director MARTYN SUKER Producer JOHN BROOKE (R) (e)
An information pack is available. Send £3.00. inc p and p to: MENCAP [address removed]
A See-Saw programme
Music-man shows fingermouse how to play the flute. Blow (R)
Weather followed by Storytime Stone Soup (R)
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall Heat 1 - England The competitors:
Jim Cropper with Cap 2,
Charles Cutler with Sheena, and Ken Watson with Meg
Weather followed by Out of the Twilight A drama documentary
Television producer Kate has been lumbered with a low-budget programme on 'the image of age'. But Kate soon finds that the old have a lot to say. They watch more television than any other age group but are catered for less. They are often shown as grumpy or stupid; or even worse as victims of crime, poverty and ill health. Some dramas and soap operas do get it right however. So what's their secret? Kate knows she has a story if the editor will let her tell it.
Film cameraman JOHN RECORD Film editor MICHEL CLERFEUILLE Director TIM LAMBERT
Produced by CHRIS LENT (e)
3: Adrift in a Sea of ConfusionThe problems of the Rush family and Jerry's grieving give Kildare a vital clue.
(R) (Concluding part tomorrow at
Dr James Kildare:
Dr Leonard Gillespie:
Nurse Zoe Lawton:
Dr Lou Rush:
A Pattern of Building written and presented by Alec Clifton-Taylor
In Chichester, the local stone was flint; the Romans used it for the city walls, and it is still being used today. The cathedral is mainly built of imported limestone from
Caen in Normandy, while the Georgian houses with their fanlights and doorways are built from some of the finest brick in the country. Producer DENIS MORIARTY (R)
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Jack Hulme Photographing Fryston
For the last 60 years the life and times of Fryston - a mining village near
Castleford in Yorkshire-have been captured by the amateur photographer Jack Hulme.
Jack is now in his 80s, and he's still taking photographs of the village and the community.
Producer MIKE MURRAY BBC Leeds (R)
The first of three films by Sid Perou that trace the story of rock climbing from its simple and accessible beginnings to the exclusive world of today's dedicated rock athlete.
In Search of New Summits Leading northern climbers in action show how the increasing use of technical aids eventually led back to the primitive contest between man and rock. Producer DOUGLAS B SMITH BBC North (R)
When danger threatens, team of daring undercover agents prove that their missions are anything but.... Starring and Break
The IMF's mission is to retrieve incriminating evidence on an illegal gambling ring with Jim giving the cues by posing as an ace pool player....
Written by SAM ROECA and JAMES L. HENDERSON Directed by PAUL KRASNY
Another selection of recent animation from around the world.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy presents the programme where guests are interrogated by young people from all over Britain.
A duel of words and wit between Arthur Marshall Maureen Lipman Robin Bailey and Frank Muir
Referee Robert Robinson Devised by MARK GOODSON Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI
Octavio Paz is Latin
America's foremost living poet. Now aged 74, he talks about his life, and reads a selection of his poetry on themes drawn from his experiences in Mexico, Europe and India. Programme consultant JASON WILSON
Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK Film editor CHRISTOPHER SWAYNE
Executive producer NIGEL WILLIAMS Producer MIKE DIBB
Continuing the five-film drama about the law today. Series created by HELENA KENNEDY with PETER FLANNERY Screenplays by PETER FLANNERY starring
3: The One about the Irishmanwith The 'Trial of the Century' puts the spotlight on the charge of conspiracy. But not everyone in the dock is who they appear to be. Frank and James soon discover the many ways in which Irish cases can be 'different'.
Original music COLIN TOWNS Designer JOHN HURST Editor ARDAN FISHER
Photography ALEC CURTIS
Produced by MICHAEL WEARING Directed by ROBERT WALKER
Deputy to the DPP:
Special Branch officer:
MP on news:
Lord Justice Medway:
Clerk of the Court:
The experiences of two people living with AIDS.
'Some people think that you get diagnosed with AIDS and you die. That's simply not so.' Photography MAXIM FORD Production assistant SUSAN UNDERWOOD
Producer JULIAN STENHOUSE (e)
(Anyone with worries or questions about AIDS can talk to a trained adviser at the National AIDS Helpline on [number removed]. All calls are confidential and free of charge, and the lines are open 24 hours a day)
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
From the KU Club in Ibiza: Matt Bianco , Suzanne Vega Jonathan Butler , Siouxsie and the Banshees Wonderstuff , Chris Rea , Tom Tom Club and Ofra Haza.
A TVE/FUGITIVE TV Production
DEF II editor JANET STREET-PORTER (R)