9.30am Treffpunkt: Osterreich Die Lehrlingszeit
9.45am Politics in Action 4: Housing Problems
The story of the Wellshot
Residents' Association and its work in Cambuslang, Glasgow Narrator ALEC HEGGIE
Producer ROBERT CLARK (R) (e)
10.05am Look and Read Badger Girl
Panic on the Lake
10.25am Around Scotland Aberdeen
10.45am Storytime The Glerp
11.03am Into Music Preparation
11.25am Wondermaths (9)
11.40am Let's See
12.00 Past Thirteen
Choices in the Third Year
Can Girls Choose Like Boys? (e)
12.20pm English File Second of three parts
A View from the Bridge by ARTHUR MILLER with Del Henney as Eddie 'Eddie Carbone had never expected to have a destiny.
Now, as the weeks passed, there was a trouble that would not go away.'
JOHN BLUTHAL, DEL HENNEY
YVONNE BRYCELAND, MICHAEL ROBERTS, STUART MUNGALL FRANCESCA BRILL VINCENZO RICOTTA
Producer GEOFF WILSON(R) (e)
12.55pm Scene. Refugees - You Leave Because you Have to There are between 12 and 15 million refugees in the world. Does Britain extend a welcome to them? When do you stop being a refugee and become part of your adopted country?
Scene talks to MONIKA and VINH from Vietnam and FAREED who comes from Kurdistan.
Series producer ROGER TONGE Producer SUE ARON
A See-Saw programme piewife decides it's time the Universal Pies bicycle was cured of its squeaky wheels
Devised by CHLOE ASHCROFT and PETER GOSLING
Music PETER GOSLING
Puppets CLARE BEATON
Series producer MICHAEL COLE
Producer SHARON MILLER (R)
Writing for an Audience How some first-years at a London school made a Passport to Pimlico. Director BARRY TOMALIN
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
Song: The Fox Went Out on a Chilly Night (trad) Presenters Jeni Barnett and Gary Wilmot (R) (e)
Introduced by David Icke
Snooker Tennent 's UK Professional Championship
STEVE DAVIS has dominated the season so far, and it will be a major surprise if he doesn't take up his allotted place in today's semi-final. Action from both matches. Football
The FA Cup first round, and a round-up of the best of the European action.
Sports Review of the Year
The big night is just over a week away and there are two more contenders to be considered, plus a look at the Overseas Personality Award and the Team Trophy. Television presentation
Snooker KEITH MACKENZIE Producer MARK SCHOFIELD including at
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50-4.00pm News and Weather Regional News and Weather
Anagram: turn rich broad Clue: British actor
(Answer in today's programme!)
Wordsmiths from all over
Britain challenge each other and face Paul Coia and Bryan the computer with his sets of letters.
Judi Dench in conversation with Roy Plomley
For his last television interview before he died, Roy visited one of his own favourite actresses, Judi Dench, at her charming home south of London.
The television crafts magazine, presented by Sue Robinson
Forget your saggy old cardigan! This week's Handmade brings you fashion knitwear that stands out from the crowd.
Kay Boyd , who designs highly tailored clothes, discusses the sources of her inspiration and demonstrates the 'intarsia' technique of machine knitting which makes her bold geometric patterns possible.
The programme goes behind the scenes at the Notting Hill Carnival to see the work that goes into making those fabulous costumes, and joins the masqueraders on the big day. In the studio workshop the knitting and embroidery projects continue and toymaker Jeffrey Soane starts making an articulated wooden fish.
Designer MAY EAKIN
Studio director KRISTIN MASON Producer MARY SPRENT
Series producer DICK FOSTER (e)
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Starring Warner Oland with Keye Luke
Broadway, a Mecca for big-shot racketeers, shady ladies and prying newspapermen, becomes Charlie Chan's new hunting ground. When a nightclub singer, who has listed the secrets of the underworld in her diary, is murdered and the diary stolen, the Chinese detective swings into characteristically suave action.
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Starring Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko
When the opening of the Lucky Luciano Memorial Casino has to be delayed by the cancellation of the colonel's vacation, Bilko enters him in a services golf tournament.
Pattie Coldwell presents the last of the present series. Rick Ball illuminates the task of fitting a loft light and in Troubleshoot
Harry Greene helps a Glasgow viewer keep warmer and save money by insulating the roof.
There's a feature on designer lighting, timely advice on withstanding the winter and practical present ideas in a Christmas edition of What's in Store.
Producer ANDREW MEIKLE
Series producer STEPHANIE SILK BBC Pebble Mill
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(5 and 6) or £3.50 for whole series (1-6) Cheques/POs to Housefax
A Degree of Change
Oxford is on its academic uppers. With no prospect of an increase in public funds and the Government contemplating a voucher system for students, the university is having to turn to industry and private benefactors for money.
Michael Delahaye reports on the university's American-style appeal campaign and the collaborative deals already set up with some multi-national companies. But who, he asks, will fund the arts subjects in this brash new commercial world? Producer TONY CHAPMAN
Series producer PETER LOWE Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE
(Regional programme - for variations see last column)
Introduced by Jonathan King
Corpus Christi on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico recently became better known when it found itself in the path of Hurricane Gilbert. The hurricane missed but the town is still in trouble. The huge oil revenues have gone, the investors with them.
Still, there's a nice harbour and JK goes out at dawn to meet the dolphins, visits
Corpus Christi's answer to Southfork ranch on which lives a banana-eating camel, meets Pia Zadora, Guns N' Roses and gets the freedom of the city on Al Capone's boat.
Ten Green Bottles
Arena's new season begins with a special anniversary edition and a chance to see again some classic moments from the past ten years.
Dame Edna admits to keen enthusiasm for women in art, William Burroughs demonstrates his stainless steel cobra, Mel Brooks falls over a film crew and Jean Genet interrogates one, Roy Plomley is stranded on his
Desert Island and Bunuel and Bob Marley discourse on God and redemption. Along with contributions from
Orson Welles , Dennis Potter , Tammy Wynette , Dali, the Everly Brothers, Ken Russell and a host of others who have appeared over the decade. Tonight's programme is introduced by Brian Eno , the composer of the Arena signature tune, and guest appearances from
Gerald Scarfe and John Byrne , who painted their own self-portraits, Alexei Sayle , who learned how to steal a Ford
Cortina, and Luck and Flaw, who subjected Mrs Thatcher to some drastic cuts. Film editor DAVID KITSON Producer KATE MEYNELL
Executive producers NIGEL FINCH , ANTHONY WALL
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in which two or three well-known people gather around a table to dispense wit, wisdom and ideas.
Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer ELAINE BEDELL
Film critic Judith Williamson introduces an atmospheric thriller. Tonight starring Robert Mitchum, Jean Simmons, Herbert Marshall.
Called out when wealthy Mrs Tremayne is found gassed, ambulanceman Frank Jessup encounters her stepdaughter, the spoiled and enigmatic Diane. Fascinated by her, Frank becomes the family chauffeur and is soon involved in a mysterious web of intrigue and murder...
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