9 20am Police Powers
Third of six films on the police and the public. Ruling the Streets
The Public Order Act 1986 gave police sweeping new powers over any street gathering
Police say they have to balance the rights of protesters with those of the community. But there are fears that the Act could undermine basic civil rights and could be used by police to remove anyone they don't like from the streets. Narrator OLE HANSEN Film editor PAUL WILLEY
Producer CHRIS LENT (R) (e) For the print pack containing information on the main police powers which affect young people send a 12" x 9" sae with a 55p stamp to: [address removed]
9.50am France Francais
Le Grand Prix des Apprentis (e)
10.05am You and Me
A series for 4 - and 5-year-olds presented by HARRY TOWB
Should Cosmo go swimming or select a present from the jewellery stall?
Song: Five Little Men in a Flying Saucer
Film director ERIC MIVAL
Studio director N1CCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
10.20am Science Workshop Analysing (B)
Special photography reveals the world that insects can see. Series producer MICHAEL COYLE (R) (e)
10.40am Around Scotland The House
Presenter LEONE CONNERY explores the different stages involved in building a house. Producer KATE KINNINMONT (e)
11.00am Words and Pictures The Journey
11.15am Walrus Guess What? Just Imagine
MICHAEL ROSEN and the team get carried away.
Clues presented by DAVID FREEMAN
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
11.35am MI 10:
Mathematical Investigations In Proportion; Scale Up
11.55am Why? Because
All Creatures Great and Small (e)
12.15pm Science in Action Spaceship Earth
Links - the Developing World The Global Supermarket
1.00pm A Life of Our Own Sixth in a series of ten programmes for people with learning difficulties.
GARY BOURLET and PETER BURGIS try out all sorts of sports.
MARK SOUTHAM talks about how to choose the sport for you. Studio director MARTYN SUKER Producer JOHN BROOKE (R) (e)
Weather followed by Storytime
Nobody Likes My Spider
Presented by Jaye Griffiths Animation MARCUS PARKER-RHODES Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
CIS Insurance United Kingdom Indoor Bowls Championship Introduced by DAVID ICKE
The second round continues with two matches which should involve the No 1 crown green bowler BRIAN DUNCAN , if he manages to overcome WILLIE WOOD in the first round. Scotland should be represented by JOHN WATSON. NOEL BURROWS , on form, should be there for the second match but his opponent is much harder to predict.
DAVID RHYS JONES
Summarisers MAL HUGHES
DAVID MCGILL , JOHN BELL Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE , PETER HAYWARD HUW JOSEPH
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS including at
3.00pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
2: Richmond, North Yorkshire A Pattern of Building
Written and presented by Alec Clifton-Taylor .
'Shoes with heavy soles are what you'll need for seeing
Richmond' says Alec, for the streets are all of cobbles freely gathered from the bed of the River Swale.
Producer DENIS MORIARTY (R)
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In Turner's Footsteps
David Hill , art historian and author, talks about Turner's various tours around Yorkshire. Producer JOHN GRAHAM
Presented by Peter Thoday with head gardener Harry Dodson 12: November
Whenever the family was in their London residence, they still received fresh vegetables from their garden in the country.
Producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol (R)
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A bank-roll of five million dollars is waiting to finance the overthrow of Camagua. Written by GEORGE SLAVIN and STEPHEN KANDAL
Directed by LES MARTINSON (R)
Another selection of recent animation
DEF ITs new current affairs magazine brings you a last ana eclectic mix of news, issues, fashion, sport and music, live from the office in Manchester. Each programme features a live outside broadcast and a phone poll that lets viewers decide on important issues that affect their lives. There's an update every Sunday. Series producers
SHARON AL1, RACHEL PURNELL BBC Manchester
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir Angela Gordon Andrew Sachs and Arthur Marshall Eve Matheson
Referee Robert Robinson Devised by MARK GOODSON Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI
Once upon a time, up and down the north-east coast of America, there used to be many small seaside resorts like Salisbury Beach. Folks came out to Salisbury Beach from the industrial towns inland to sit on the beach, forget their worries and have a good time for a few days. This film tells the story of the Cormier family, their vacation, and the changes fate had in store for Salisbury Beach. Music PAUL JONES
Film cameraman GEORGE TIFFIN Film editor PAUL HARTER Director MARK ROGERS A STOCKWELL film
Continuing the five-film drama about the law today. Series created by HELENA KENNEDY
With PETER FLANNERY Screenplays by PETER FLANNERY starring
4:A Death in the FamilyTwo deaths in two very different Englands bear on the destiny of Fetter Court, now riven with internal dispute. Katherine defends a father who confesses to child murder in circumstances of extreme public revulsion, while Frank's loss nearer to home brings him face to face with the hardest decision of his professional life.
Original music colin TOWNS Designer ROGER CANN
Script editor JOHN CHAPMAN Photography LAN PUNTER
Producer MICHAEL WEARING Director MICHAEL WHYTE
Chief Constable Wilkinson:
Det Insp Gee:
Det Sgt Grucock:
Crown Court judge:
Clerk of the court:
High Court judge:
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
CIS Insurance United Kingdom Indoor Bowls Championship David Icke introduces highlights of this evening's second-round match which on paper should be DAVID CORKILL of Ireland playing NEIL MAGEE of Scotland.
Potentially one of the best matches of the round.