9.30am Diez Temas 3: La vida diaria
9.45am Casebook Scotland Training for Work
MARGO MACDONALD looks at the variety of ways of moving from school to work. Producer PETER LEGGE (R) revised (e)
10.05am Look and Read Fairground. Hired Hands
10.25am Around Scotland Black Diamonds and Liquid Gold
10.45am Storytime The Tiny Doll
11.03am Into Music
Beginnings and Endings. Tabla (e)
11.25am Wondermaths (13)
11.40am Let's See Night Owls
12.00 Job Bank
Caring for Animals
12.20pm English File Black Voices
The voices of four black writers from different countries are featured in the programme. Producer BRUCE JAMSON (R) (e)
Emma is really looking forward to the school adventure holiday - then she is asked to look after new girl Michelle.
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Producer SUE WEEKS (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
Dibs feels hurt when Harry and Cosmo laugh at his magic tricks. Children zoom into space in their spaceship. Book: Noisy Poems
Presenter Harry Towb Film director CAS LESTER
Studio director JULIE CALLANAN (e)
Introduced by David Icke International Tennis
Australian Open Championship
Exclusive coverage of the men's semi-finals from
Flinders Park, Melbourne, with Mats Wilander trying to retain his title.
DAN MASKELL and GERALD WILLIAMS
The third quarter-final takes place this afternoon in a tournament worth E62,000 to the winner. Neal Foulds and former World Champion
Cliff Thorburn are among the favourites to take the trophy.
Commentators TED LOWE , JACK KARNEHM and CLIVE EVERTON
Summarisers JOHN SPENCER and EDDIE CHARLTON Football
FA Cup Fourth Round
A preview of all the top ties, including BBCtv's live
Sunday match, Millwall versus Liverpool, and a chance to test your forecasting skills against Trevor Brooking.
Plus a round up of the rest of the day's news including the afternoon's racing results. Television presentation:
Tennis CHANNEL SEVEN. AUSTRALIA Snooker KEITH MACKENZIE
WENDY SHEPPARD. PETER HAYWARD Producer MARK SCHOFIELD including at
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Ernest Borgnine Vera Miles.
Deep in the heart of the Oregon timber country a fire starts and grows, undetected until it threatens the lives of even the youngest residents. As all hands unite in the struggle against the spreading blaze, the inmates of the local prison are called upon to help - including a young Indian who wants to escape.
Screenplay by NORMAN KATLOV and ARTHUR WEISS from a story by NORMAN KATLOV Produced by IRWIN ALLEN Directed by EARL BELLAMY
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Starring Phil Silvers as Sgt Bilko.
A series about six remarkable women born at the beginning of the century in an age when it was difficult for them to fulfil their talents.
Rachel Kempson interviewed by Jane Asher. In 1933, 22-year-old
Rachel Kempson as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet took Stratford by storm. The national press hailed her as a new star. More than 50 years later Rachel Kempson is still acting in the theatre and in films. Married to Sir Michael Redgrave until his death three years ago, mother to
Vanessa, Lynn and Corin and grandmother of ten including actresses Natasha and Joely Richardson ,
Rachel Kempson is at the centre of an English theatrical dynasty.
Film editor BRENDA PHILLIPS Producer JILL DAWSON
You've all seen cats attack a ball of wool and purr on your lap, but the world of their wild cousins is rarely seen. American television naturalist Marty Stouffer explores the world of the jaguar, mountain lion, lynx, bobcat, margay, ocelot andjaguarundi.
Directed and produced by MARTY STOUFFER Presented for BBCtv by GEORGE INGER BBC Bristol (R)
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by and with Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie.
Three hours of interrupted viewing pleasure, handily divided into six stylish, convenient, bite-sized programmes, that say more about you than the clothes you eat. With
Deborah Norton as everyone else. Sound KEITH GUNN
Lighting DUNCAN BROWN
Designer VICTOR MEREDITH Producer ROGER ORDISH
Breasts/bosoms/bust/boobs/bristols/knockers... we live in a breast-obsessed society and 'tits' are by no means the preserve of the tabloids; the symbolism of the breast is expressed in film, fashion and filth.
From body beautiful to breast bondage these twin peaks have become a fountainhead of contradictions. The film looks at the ways in which the bosom is idealised and the means by which it is trivialised and denigrated.
In her lifetime a woman will see her breasts transformed from sexual to maternal and perhaps, ultimately, dispensable objects. It is dealing with breast cancer that is 'the tip of the iceberg' for women, who have grown up feeling ambivalent and estranged from part of their own bodies.
Contributors to the film include Barbara Windsor, Jane Russell, Marina Warner, Sheila Kitzinger, American poet Andre Lorde, Vivienne Westwood, Anna Raeburn and Russ Meyer.
Film editor MICHAEL DIXON
Directors CHRISTINE PEARCE LITZA JANSZ
Executive producers NIGEL FINCH, ANTHONY WALL
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Two or three well-known people gather around a table to dispense wit, wisdom and ideas.
Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer ELAINE BEDELL
Carl-Axel Heiknert Pirkko Nurmi.
Valerie's childhood is dominated by her relationship with her father. This passionate mixture of love and hate theatens to cripple her entire existence until, grown-up, Valerie falls in love with another woman.
Screenplay by EIJA-ELINA BERGHOLM
Produced by KATINKA FARAGO
Directed by TUIJA-MAIJA NISKANEN
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