9.30am Encounter: Austria 5: The School Year Begins
9.45am Scotland This Century 5: Industrial Change
Producer PETER WHITEFORD (R) (e)
10.05am Look and Read
Badger Girl. Lost on the Moor (e)
10.25am Around Scotland
Aberdeen. 3: Aberdeen Lives
10.45am Storytime. Stone Soup (e)
11.03am Into Music. Water
11.25am Wondermaths Programme 5
11.40am Let's See Riddle-Me-Ree by CATHERINE LUCY CZERKAWSKA (e)
12.00 Job Bank
12.20pm English File Strike Pay
Strike Pay by D. H. Lawrence is based on an actual miners' strike in Eastwood in 1912. Miners and their wives compare their experiences of being on strike with those in the story.
Narrator MICHAEL PENNINGTON Produced and directed by BRUCE JAMSON (R) (e)
Mad about Motors
What's the fascination of cars? Young ex-car-thieves, custom-car builder COLIN JAMES , and the Ford Mustang owners of High Wycombe all attempt to explain.
Series producer ROGER TONGE Producer ANDY WALKER
Written and presented by Mike Amatt The Snow
Mop meets the snow blowers and Smiff gets taken to the dump, but they both end up having the ride of their lives. Animation SIMON AND SARA BOR Director SID WADDELL Producer DAVID BROWN BBC North West (R)
When a book gets you really interested, it seems as though you're not merely reading it, you're in it. Michael Rosen and the team get carried away. Clues presented by David Freeman
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo decides she doesn't like her green hair. Transport song:
Wheels and a 'Crococycle' Book: A Lion for Lewis by ROSEMARY WELLS
Presenter Indira Joshi
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
Introduced by David Icke and featuring: Motor Racing
Senna or Prost?
If Senna wins in Japan on Sunday, the championship is his for the first time - but Prost could still steal it from him. Latest news from the circuit, plus a look back on a season which developed into a personal duel between the two drivers.
Forty Years of Silverstone Prost and Senna are the latest in the list of famous drivers to have raced on the world's fastest motor-racing circuit.
Forty years after the first British Grand Prix at Silverstone, there's a chance to relive the great moments again. Football
All three European competitions have reached the second-round stage - no doubt there'll be a flurry of spectacular goals, plus the odd disaster, to reflect upon from the first-leg ties. Plus a comprehensive round-up of the latest sporting stories, including rugby union, golf and tennis from Brighton. Television presentation:
Motor racing PIERS CROTON Edited by MARK SCHOFIELD including at
First of 11 programmes Desmond Lynam takes pleasure in inviting his guests to unlock the film and video vaults with their personal memories of past television moments. Today's guest is Lorraine Chase.
Produced and directed by PHIL CHILVERS (R)
The last 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. First Ascent
Yorkshireman Ron Fawcett 's first ascent of the top-rated climb in Wales. (R)
Cricket on the county circuit has little of the glamour of test matches, as cartoonist
Bill Tidy found out when he spent three days at Sussex Cricket Club in Hove. But despite frequent interruptions by the weather, he did see some cricket, and some of the people who make the club tick.
Producer PAUL SLATER
I continuing a season of their classic comedies. In 1917 Private Laurel is ordered to guard the post as Private Hardy and the platoon 'go over the top'. Twenty-one years later, Ollie reads a shocking headline of a soldier's heroism. Can it be whom he thinks it is?
Screenplay by CHARLES ROGERS and HARRY LANGDON
Produced by HAL ROACH
Directed by JOHN G. BLYSTONE
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[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sgt Bilko
Bilko's platoon has been assigned a new company commander. Bilko decides he needs a wife. (R)
Second of sixprogrammes Rising damp is no laughing matter if it's destroying your decorations and timbers.
Pattie Coldwell and surveyor Paul Spaven diagnose the causes of damp and advise caution when choosing a damp-proofing company. In Troubleshoot, Harry Greene helps Shirley Cooklin keep rising damp at bay by inserting a silicon-injected damp-proof course. There are some helpful hints from Tipster Rick Ball and in Room for a Change, guest designer Derek Hill transforms a small back room in Birmingham into a stylish dining room. Producer ANDREW MEIKLE
Series producer STEPHANIE SILK BBC Pebble Mill
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More than 2,000 premature babies die in this country every year because of a severe shortage of intensive care facilities. Penny Bustm reports on the problems of one unit at Rush Green Hospital in Essex.
Here they are trying a new approach to the problem. They have launched a scheme to get private industry to join them in saving lives, by sponsoring both their work and a school to train the intensive care nurses of the future. Producer PATTI STEEPLES Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE
Introduced by Geoff Hamilton Gay Search
For millions of new home owners and enthusiastic do-it-yourself gardeners, First Time Garden is an essential aid to creating a beautiful and practical garden.
Together with the BBC video and book, the series provides practical demonstrations and computer graphics, giving a blueprint for successful gardens at all levels.
Designed by top landscape gardener Alison Hainey , the garden was built over the last year on a modern development in Birmingham. The six programmes trace its development from a bare building site to the final garden. In tonight's programme Geoff and Gay demonstrate the initial preparations and how to erect fencing, while Roy looks at plants to ensure a garden full of winter colour. Production assistant JAYNE SAVAGE Producer DENIS W. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Video, same title, available from retailers BBCV 4203. Book, written by Geoff Hamilton , available from booksellers, price 95.95 paperback,
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Last programme in the series by RICHARD GORDON starring
Richard Vernon with Diane Fletcher Annie Lambert in A Memorial Service
Music MAX HARRIS
Videotape editor CHRIS WADSWORTH Lighting RON BRISTOW
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
Every year between 150 and 200 children die following physical abuse or neglect in their own homes. Thousands more are found to be at risk. This series follows one of the NSPCC's Child Protection Teams. On call 24 hours a day, team members share casework and discuss problems, but often they are agonising, lonely decisions about the future of children at risk.
Photography MIKE FOX Film editor CHRIS WADE Assistant producer SALLY ANNE LOMAS
Produced by TAMASIN DAY-LEWIS BBC Pebble Mill
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MIKHAIL KOPELMAN (violin)
ANDREI ABRAMENKOV (violin) DMITRI SHEBALIN (viola)
VALENTIN BERLINSKY (cello) This Russian quartet has long been considered one of the world's great ensembles. Here, in a recording specially made in London's Henry Wood Hall , they play
Tchaikovsky's Second String Quartet in F major. Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Lighting ALAN WOOLFORD
Executive producer DENNIS MARKS Directed by JONATHAN FULFORD
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Reporters NICK CLARKE DAVID COSS. GAVIN ESLER
JAMES HOGG. WESLEY KERR
CHRIS LOWE. PETER MARSHALL
DAVID SELLS, FRANCINE STOCK
DAVID TINDALL , JANET TREWIN
Film critic Judith Williamson introduces the first in a season of thrillers exploring the dark world of femmes fatales and violent men.
with Joan Crawford, Jack Palance, Gloria Grahame
Myra Hudson, a wealthy and successful playwright, turns down a a young actor, Lester Blaine, for the lead in her new play. But Blaine reacts by romancing her.
Unfortunately for Myra, he is actually planning to avenge himself and make off with her money...
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