9.30am Inset - Economic Awareness
1: Six Case Studies
Film editor AMBER LANE Producer ROGER FRY (e)
10.00am Treffpunkt: Osterreich: 1: Eine Begrettung
'Wir brauchen ganz dringend Hilfe!', A dramatic air rescue is mounted.
Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
10.15am Look and Read: Badger Girl: The Secret Passage
Mick leaves a map for the pony rustlers in Cross Tor church. The children watch to see who will collect it...
Assistant producer ROGER FRY Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
10.40am Investigating Science: Solving Problems by Measurement
(a) Astronomical Measurements
With MARGARET PENSTON Producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
followed by (b) Seeing Clearly?
Presenter FRED HARRIS
Producer CAROLINE GODLEY
Series producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
11.00am Watch: Clothes (R) (e)
11.18am Wondermaths: A maze in space gives Zak and Stella food for thought.
Zak.....Christopher Lillicrap Stella ..............SITA RAMAMURTHY Voice of Hudson..JONATHAN IZARD Written by COLIN DA video effects ROBIN LOBB Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN (R) (e)
11.35am Making History LOCC/ Studies Families
History is all about people. out what sort of people? Presented by RICHARD BURROWS Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
12.00 Why? Because All Creatures Greo< anet Small People's attitudes to animals reflect their beliefs.
Narrator MtCHAEL HEATH Series producer SUE WEEKS producer JULIA DRUM (R) (e)
12.20pm Science Topics: Waves
Sound is used as an example of waves and their properties. series producer PETER BRATT W ?'
12.40pm Past Thirteen C/MtcM !n </!g T7!!rcf Year Choosing for what?
At 13 or 14 it's hard to be sure what life will be like at 16. Narrated by WENDY JONES Series producer ROSANNA HIBBERT (R) (e)
1.00pm Deutsch direkt! A series of 20 programmes 6: GERHARD HERLYN'S family has been breeding German Friesians since 1895. THEO STEENBLOCK and his family produce flour in their 100-year-old windmill.
Presented by HANM VANHAIDEN Director MARION ALLINSON Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R) (e)
Book Â£6.95, three cassettes Â£4.95 each and Wo<M/or Teachers are available from booksellers
with Don Spencer
Music director JONATHAN COHEN Percussion WILL mu.
Woodwind Martin Frith
ssistant producer SHEM FRASER
Production BARBARA RODDAM (R)
1.40 pm Home Ground
Environment: 3: Rivers
An investigative journey to the source of Britain's biggest river, the Severn.
Following it from its first muddy beginning to its vast slimy meeting with the sea, is naturalist Lionel Kelleway.
presented by Lionel Kelleway
Produced by JACK KING (R) (e)
Weather followed by You And Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Cosmo has a violent tantrum, Dibs and Indira try to calm her. Maths on the farm: matching eggs to the birds that laid them.
Book: BrouM Bear M%o< Do yoM See?
by ERIC CARLE and BILL MARTIN JR
Presenter Indira Jostu Animation ANDY WALKER
Producer MCHARD CALLANAN W (e)
C/S/Mumnce United Kingdom Indoor Bowls Championship
Round two begins today on the indoor rink at the Guildhall. The holder,
TONY ALLCOCK , should still be there, starting his second round,as should STEPHEN REES , the 1987 Champion.
It is now the best of five sets, seven shots up.
Introduced by DAVID ICKE Commentators
DAVID RHYS JONES
JIMMY DAVIDSON Summarisers
DAVID MCGILL. JOHN BELL Television presentation KEITH MACKENZIE
PETER HAYWARD. HUW JOSEPH Producer KEITH PHILUPS
Weather followed by Suite Dreams
Good design can help make products sell. but the relationship between businessmen and designers can often be difficult. So what happens when one smal) manufacturer decided that he needed a designer? Producer BILL YOUNG
Film editor CUVE WILKINSON (e)
A BBC/Open University production
CIS Insurance United Kingdom Indoor Bowls Championship Further coverage introduced by DAVID ICKE Commentators
DAVID RHYS JONES
Summarisers MAL HUGHES
DAVID MCGILL , JOHN BELL including at
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Britain's first City
Technology College has opened in Solihull. It's a new type of school financed by the Government and industry, with a strong bias towards teaching science and technology from the age of 11. The theorists hold that youngsters leaving will have a better chance of understanding work in a high-tech future, but critics say it will be elitist and attract bright children away from state schools.
The College meets some of the parents, teachers, politicians and children caught up in the controversy of the City Technology College.
Producer JOHN MCLEOD
David Blackburn's Landscape Vision
Artist David Blackburn spent much of his time working in Australia. He's now back in his native Yorkshire, rediscovering the surrounding landscape that he once rejected.
Producer mixe MURRAY Director ROGER KEECH BBC Leeds (R)
The programme of news, views and advice for consumers of the welfare and public services.
Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden.
This week, the Social Fund and how to get the best from it. How well is the new system working now that it's based not on the rights of claimants but on the discretion of DSS officers? A report from Nottingham and Middlesbrough.
Also, a look at Transitional Protection, for people on Housing Benefit who are losing out under the new rules. j Series editor CHRIS LENT (e)
For a set of programme notes, send a large, 14p, sae to: [address removed]
Introduced by Geoff Hamilton , Gay Search and Roy Lancaster
Production assistant JAYNE SAVAGE Producer DENIS W. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
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:harles Bronson usan Oliver Lurt Russell
Vhen wagon train uide, Line Murdock ides into Diablo with young Jaimie, he finds that the town is run by outlaws.
They are controlled by Ranee Macklin, an old enemy who has threatened to kill Line when next they meet.
This lively western stars
Bronson in one of his early characteristic roles, and a young Kurt Russell, who gives a fine performance as Jaimie.
Screenplay by BERNE GILER
Based on The Travels of Jaimie
McPheeters by ROBERT LEWIS TAYLOR Produced by BORIS INGSTER Directed by BORIS SAGAL
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Andre Previn and Yo-Yo Ma Cellist Yo-Yo Ma, at only 33, is recognised as one of the finest string players in the world today. In a frank and lively exchange of ideas, he and Andre discuss many aspects of music and a musician's life, from concert nerves and the pressures of constant travel to the relative merits of jazz and 'classical' compositions. Yo-Yo Ma also plays in excerpts from works by Bach and Elgar.
Producer MICHAEL KERR
The great Roman travel writer Orosius said 'Beyond Brittania there is Orkney, well-known for its fresh scallops and wonderful wild flowers.' In the final part of this humble series
Keith Floyd visits these beautiful islands where he cooks
Cullin Skink, a rich soup made with smoked haddock and samples 'bridescog', a lethal local brew.
Cameraman RICHARD ELLIOTT Videotape editor MIKE FOREN Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West
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Bruce Fawcett is lucky to be alive. Late last year he found a bomb under his car. It was planted in a battle over 'poaching rights' on the Firth of Forth. Attempted murder is part of the price being paid for the £l million of illegal salmon taken from the Forth last year. Poaching deer can be equally lucrative.
Among the health conscious there's a ready market for low-fat venison. Yet ironically, venison is not covered by the Meat Inspection Regulations and significant numbers of deer are now known to carry diseases transmittable to man. None of which is likely to impress the modem poacher. Poaching today is organised crime but. as Max Easterman reports, the gamekeepers are starting to fight back. Night sights and military style patrols are the new weapons in the fight tu protect Britain's game.
Research DEREK MASSEY Producer MICHAEL BURKE Editor COUN CAMERON BBC North West
Third of a six-part series by PAUL SMITH and TERRY KYAN starring and in Enough
Sound supervisor JIM CADMAN Designer JO DAY
Associate producer JAMIE RIX Produced and directed by JOHN KILBY
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Man in pub:
A series of 13 programmes presented by Colin Blakemore 7: Sight Unseen
A large proportion of your brain is devoted to vision. If crucial circuits fail 'sight' may be tragically distorted: Paulette isn't blind, but she can't recognise faces: artist Anton Raderscheidt only
'sees' the right side of people or objects: after an operation the two halves of Joe's brain cannot consciously perceive the same objects.
These bizarre cases show just how much we normally take seeing for granted. Professor Blakemore explains how his own work fits into a world of research on the brain's extraordinary visual system. Producer (BBC) JONATHAN DRORI Film editor JUSTIN AMSDEN
Producer (WNET) JOHN HEMINWAY Executive editor (WNET) RICHARD HUTTON
Series producer MARTIN FREETH
Co-produced with WNET. New York
First of eight programmes Personal reflections on the best of 20th-century architecture in Britain. 'The definition of good architecture is somewhere you'd like to have a good meal.' Architect Piers Gough looks at the brand new Water Authority Pumping Station on London's Isle of Dogs, designed by John Outram , that's good enough to eat in ... Researcher RUTH ROSENTHAL Producer CLARE PATERSON Director RUSSELL ENGLAND
CIS Insurance United Kingdom Indoor Bowls Championship
DAVID ICKE introduces highlights.