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: Daytime on Two

* Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
9.50am Quinze Minutes Jours de fête
(e)
10.05am You and Me
Book: Nabeel Goes to School by MARY DICKINSON and YASMIN SHEIKH , illustrated by CHARLOTTE FIRMIN.
Presenter JENI BARNETT Animal song
BENJAMIN ZEPHANIAH Director SUE ARON
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
10.20am Science Workshop Water (B)
Series producer MICHAEL COYLE (R) (e)
10.40am Around Scotland The Freedom Machine by JOAN LINGARD.
2: Mungo and Gully have found refuge in a deserted Perthshire country house. Is it haunted?
Producer MARIANNE BAIRD (e)
11.00am Words and Pictures ■Ahhh,' Said Stork
(e)
11.15am Walrus On Approval
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
11.35am Tutorial Topics Money
Who wants to earn money while still at school? Who doesn't? Does money matter? Film editor DAVID GOOD
Producer PAUL ARMSTRONG Nidal of Beirut
A day in the life of 13-year-old Nidal, a boy who lives in a city that has been at war with itself since before he was bom. Series editor LEN BROWN
An INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING TRUST production with MTC (Lebanon) (e)
11.55am Art Work
Five programmes for GCSE Art and Design students. 3: Style for Living
This programme examines the work of the chief designer for a famous chain of clothes shops and a team responsible for an internationally applauded design for a hospital chapel, and finds their methods remarkably similar.
Series producer EDWARD HAYWARD (e)
12.15pm Science in Action Who Dunnit?
(e)
12.35pm Lifeschool You and Your Health A Sporting Chance?
(e)
1.00pm Electric Avenue
Eighth of ten programmes about computers in society with FRED HARRIS. Money Talks Cameramen
HENRY FARRAR , NIALL KENNEDY Producer TERRY MARSH (R) (e)

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Dickinson
Unknown: Yasmin Sheikh
Presenter: Jeni Barnett
Producer: Michael Coyle
Unknown: Joan Lingard.
Producer: Marianne Baird
Written By: Christopher Russell
Producer: Sue Weeks
Editor: David Good
Producer: Paul Armstrong
Editor: Len Brown
Producer: Edward Hayward
Unknown: Fred Harris.
Unknown: Henry Farrar
Unknown: Niall Kennedy
Producer: Terry Marsh
MungO: Timothy Young
Gully: Colin Roberts
Fanny: Amanda Stubbs
Grandfather: Martin Heller
Aunt Janet: Donalda Samuel
Sharmaine: Deborah Harper
Vicky Barrett: Karen Frawley
Terry Forbes: Jimmy Lambert
Wayne East: Roy Agyemang
Emma Clark: Joanne Palmer
Barry Clark: Sam Curtis
Sharon Peel: Juanita Waterman

: Charlie Chalk

by JOCELYN STEVENSON.
The Mountain that Moaned
Explorers Charlie, Lewis and Arnold set off on another expedition to discover why the mountain moans ...
Voices by Michael Williams John Wells
Barbara Leigh-Hunt
Music and lyrics by MIKE REDWAY Film editor MARTIN BOHAN Created, designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Jocelyn Stevenson.
Voices By: Michael Williams
Voices By: John Wells
Voices By: Barbara Leigh-Hunt
Unknown: Mike Redway
Editor: Martin Bohan
Produced By: Ivor Wood

: Zig Zag

The Building of a Cathedral The 900-Year History of Lincoln Cathedral
(e)

: News

Weather followed by Storvtime
The Tiger-Skin Rug
'Who's afraid of the hungry tiger?' The children singing are quite intrepid. But the very thin tiger in the story by GERALD ROSE is no threat to anyone and he adopts a life-style entirely to his taste when he simulates a tiger-skin rug.
Animation LEO BELTOFT
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)

Contributors

Story By: Gerald Rose
Producer: Moyra Gambleton

: Antiques Roadshow

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: News

Weather followed by Wild World
On the Tracks of the Wild Otter
This is the story of wildlife cameraman Hugh Miles and a rare and beautiful animal - the otter. The scene is the Islands of Shetland where Hugh went to film these rare and retiring animals in the wild. Narrated by Anthony Valentine
Filmed and directed by HUGH MILES Produced by DILYS BREESE BBCBristol

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Miles
Unknown: Anthony Valentine
Directed By: Hugh Miles
Produced By: Dilys Breese

: Village School

2- Summer Term
The pupils of the tiny village school of Ebrington in Gloucestershire go on an expedition to Greece. How better to learn history and geography? This is the second report by a BBC film crew who spent a year observing the workings of a primary school saved from closure by joining in a 'federation' with a bigger school.
Producer MICHAEL FITZGERALD (R)

Contributors

Producer: Michael Fitzgerald

: Tennis Legends

for the Fiat Trophy.
The old-timers' tennis continues with the second of the singles semi-finals
Introduced by John Barrett Commentator DAN MASKELL

Contributors

Introduced By: John Barrett
Commentator: Dan Maskell

: Advice Shop

Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden
This week, water. People wash in it, cook with it, and drink it. But after nrivatisation will they be able to afford it? In Wales many consumers already find the water rates too high. Over the last four years there's been a 20-fold increase in disconnections. So what protection does the Water Bill offer to those who can't afford to pay?
Also, advice for widows. A recent test case has highlighted loss of benefits for thousands of widows. But coping with the death of a husband isn't only about income.
Series editor CHRIS LENT
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Contributors

Presented By: Hugh Scully
Presented By: Helen Madden

: Film 89

: DEFII Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

starring in Escape from Wedded Bliss. Buck finds himself a pawn in the deadly games of Princess Ardala, who holds the Earth to ransom for his hand in marriage.
Written by CORY APPLEBAUM and PATRICK HOBBY JR
Directed by DAVID MOESSINGER

Contributors

Written By: Cory Applebaum
Written By: Patrick Hobby Jr
Directed By: David Moessinger
Buck Rogers: Gil Gerard
Col Deering: Erin Gray
Dr Huer: Tim O'Connor
Princess Ardala: Pamela Hensley

: Reportage

Last in this series of DEFirs current affairs magazine programmes.
Reaction line: [number removed]. Series producers
SHARON ALL RACHEL PURNELL Executive producer
JANET STREET-PORTER BBC North West
(Revised repeat next Sunday)

Contributors

Unknown: Rachel Purnell
Unknown: Janet Street-Porter

: The Roux Brothers

Souffles
Souffles have a reputation for being complicated to make and difficult to serve. However, Albert and Michel strip away the mystique, showing how straightforward and versatile they can be. In tonight's programme: mandarin and Cointreau souffles and iced strawberry souffle. Plus crepes with lime souffle from the Waterside Inn, Bray, and little Swiss souffles with mushrooms, a new version of a speciality from Le Gavroche, created exclusively for this programme. Happy cooking! Director SARAH NOVELLO RUCKLEY Producer JILL MARSHALL
A HAWKSHEADIFRANCES WHTTAKER production for BBC Wales

Contributors

Director: Sarah Novello
Producer: Jill Marshall

: Antenna

The Fifth Force
For decades, physicists have tried to find a single theory that describes the four forces holding the universe together. Recently, their progress has received a major upset; some researchers claim to have found a 'fifth force' - a form of anti-gravity. Physicist
John Taylor investigates the work of scientists who are climbing towers in Nevada, boring holes in the Arctic ice sheet and descending into
Australian mines in a search for something Einstein never dreamed of. A Formula for Safety?
Will new legislation on the use of toxic chemicals in the workplace put profit before safety? Two scientists who advise the Government argue that science is being used to lend authority to supposedly 'safe levels' that already lag behind international standards. Chemicals expert Alistair Hay investigates the system used to decide safety limits for the hundreds of chemicals used in industry. Producers
DANA PURVIS , DAVID MALONE
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Series producer JANA BENNETT

Contributors

Unknown: John Taylor
Unknown: Alistair Hay
Unknown: Dana Purvis
Unknown: David Malone
Producer: David Paterson

: M·A·S·H

Written by KEVIN LEVINE and DAVID ISAACS
Directed by HARRY MORGAN (R)

Contributors

Written By: Kevin Levine
Written By: David Isaacs
Directed By: Harry Morgan
Hawkeye: Alan Alda
BJ: Mike Farrell
Col Potter: Harry Morgan
Hot Lips: Loretta Swit
Charles: David Ogden Stiers
Radar: Gary Burghoff
Klinger: Jamie Farr
Fr Mulcahy in Patent 4077: William Christopher

: Shadow of the Noose

by RICHARD COOPER.
Starring Jonathan Hyde with Victoria Fairbrother
Michael Feast. Terry Taplin. The first of eight cases featuring the legendary lawyer Edward Marshall Hall. An Alien Shore London, 1894: a body in a trunk, bludgeoned to death. A desperate crime - long before the trial, public opinion has condemned the accused to the gallows. Who then will speak for Marie Hermann ? The brief is refused by many leading barristers before it is finally offered to a man with little experience in the defence of the charge of murder.
MUSIC DUNCAN BROWNE
Script editor SIMON PASSMORE Designer ROGER CANN
Executive producer COLIN ROGERS Producer COLIN TUCKER
Director SEBASTIAN GRAHAMJONES
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Contributors

Unknown: Richard Cooper.
Unknown: Jonathan Hyde
Unknown: Victoria Fairbrother
Unknown: Michael Feast.
Unknown: Terry Taplin.
Unknown: Edward Marshall Hall.
Unknown: Marie Hermann
Music: Duncan Browne
Editor: Simon Passmore
Designer: Roger Cann
Producer: Colin Rogers
Producer: Colin Tucker
Director: Sebastian Grahamjones
Ilse Hermann: Katharina Leitner
Arthur: Anthony Langdon
Marie Hermann: Victoria Fairbrother
Mrs Forrest: Pauline Munro
Singer in pub: Sally Mates
Charles Stephens: Godfrey James
Mrs Hutchins: Amanda Walker
Louise Hutchins: Emma Davies
Mrs Bricknell: Jean Reeve
Sgt Kane: John Melainey
Constable: Terry John
Wardress: Carol Passmore
Arthur Newton: Terry Taplin
Harry Bishop: Trevor Ray
Edgar Bowker: Michael Feast
Edward Marshall Hall: Jonathan Hyde
First usher: Nigel Nevinson
Mr Justice Wills: Gary Files
Jackson, judge's clerk: Phil McCall
Charles Matthews: Richard Moore
Second usher: Jared Morgan
Henry Stephens: Mlchael Melia
Dr Taylor: James Curran
Jury foreman: Colin Bower

: Uncertainties

First of nine programmes narrated by Bob Peck. Who Am I?
Is existing like breathing, only quieter? Is there more than one 'I' in each of us?
What does the idea 'self do for us? Uncertainties samples the new ideas of today's thinkers, boldly goes where few minds have gone before and brings you safely back again.
Research ANDREW CHITTY and HELEN MACLEOD Music DAVID STEVENS Written and directed by STEVEN BILLINGER
A DIVERSE production for BBC Elstree
('Where Do I Come From?; Friday
10.15pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Peck.
Unknown: Andrew Chitty
Unknown: Helen MacLeod
Music: David Stevens
Directed By: Steven Billinger

: Newsnight

with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick.
Reporters NICK CLARKE ,
CHRIS LOWE , DAVID COSS ,
GAVIN ESLER , OLENKA FRENKIEL,
MARGARET GILMORE ,
WESLEY KERR , PETER MARSHALL , JULIAN O'HALLORAN. DAVID SELLS,
RUPERT SEGAR. SARAH SPILLER ,
FRANCINE STOCK,
DAVID TINDALL. JANET TREWIN ,
CHARLES WHEELER. Assignment editors
STEVE ANDERSON. NICK GUTHRIE Deputy editor NIGEL CHAPMAN Editor JOHN MORRISON

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick.
Reporters: Nick Clarke
Unknown: Chris Lowe
Unknown: David Coss
Unknown: Gavin Esler
Unknown: Margaret Gilmore
Unknown: Wesley Kerr
Unknown: Peter Marshall
Unknown: Julian O'Halloran.
Unknown: Rupert Segar.
Unknown: Sarah Spiller
Unknown: David Tindall.
Unknown: Janet Trewin
Unknown: Charles Wheeler.
Unknown: Steve Anderson.
Unknown: Nick Guthrie
Editor: Nigel Chapman
Editor: John Morrison

: The Late Show

The live cultural magazine programme of the arts, music, design and the media. Film directors
JOHN WHISTON. JAMES RUNCIE Producer FIONA MURCH

Contributors

Unknown: John Whiston.
Unknown: James Runcie
Producer: Fiona Murch

: Weatherview

: Open University

From Child to Pupil
Coming up to your 5th birthday - and your first day at school.
Nowadays teachers and parents work together to make it a good experience.
Producer NICK BRENTON

Contributors

Producer: Nick Brenton








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