The Main Frame and the Micro
2: Over the Sea to Skye
Jimmie Macgregor visits Benbecula in the Outer Hebrides. (R)
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A Pattern of Building
Richmond, North Yorkshire Presented by Alec Clifton-Taylor (R)
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I'm a Kind of Mechanised Tramp
Cyclist Bill Houston prefers exploring back roads. Producer BILL HOOK BBC Scotland (R)
Muckross House in Ireland. Situated on a 20,000-acre estate in County Kerry near
Killarney, this 25-acre garden and house are Ireland's oldest National Park. The garden, dating back to 1760, boasts one of the finest and largest rock gardens built on natural limestone outcrop. With a backdrop of wooded hillsides and lush pastures, it has to be one of Ireland's most spectacular gardens. A WGBHtv BOSTON producton Producer RUSS MORASH
BBC presentation DENIS W. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Fersina Windows World Cup Wales v Scotland
Eight countries are competing in this team event for prize money of £135,000. The current holders are England who last year beat Australia in the final. First to meet this year are Scotland, led by Stephen Hendry , and Wales with in-form Doug Mountjoy. Wales: Terry Griffiths (capt),
Cliff Wilson , Doug Mountjoy : ScotlandStephen Hendry (capt), Murdo Macleod , Jim Donnelly
Introduced by David Icke. including at
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Regional News and Weather
starring Cliff Richard Susan Hampshire The Shadows
Losing their jobs as entertainers on a cruise ship, Johnnie and his friends find themselves at sea - but not for long as the world of film-making beckons. The results are not what anyone expects....
Screenplay by PETER MYERS and RONALD CASS
Produced by KENNETH HARPER Directed by SIDNEY J. FURIE
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Senior sheikh/Scotsman Harold:
Making a Drama Out of a Crisis
In January eight inmates of Drake Hall open prison for women were allowed out to go on tour with a drama production. But when they first met director
Joe Richards and his drama students there was not even a script. In just three weeks, they turned their life experiences into a drama. Photography JON KEEPING Sound MARTYN CUFT
Film editor AUCE FORWARD
Executive producer TONY LARYEA Producer SUE DAVIDSON
Open Space is the series where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control helped by the Community Programme Unit.
Once again Radio Times Rally Quest is searching for a budding rally driver to win a chance-of-a-lifetime drive in November's Lombard RAC Rally. William Woollard presents the first of a new series from the qualifying rounds at Ellesmere Port in Cheshire. Tony Mason offers advice on rally driving technique with the help of top rally driver Louise Aitken-Walker .
The Ford Fiesta, Britain's best-selling supermini, is relaunched this spring. Chris Goffey assesses whether the new model is good enough to retain class leadership.
Sue Baker has been to the Geneva motor show to preview the rest of spring's new cars while the latest executive toy is the chauffeur to answer the car phone. Jeremy Clarkson reports.
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starring with The Colour of Maddie
Lesson 1 in how to confuse an Addison: be ever so sweet after he's missed a meeting, give him a bonus cheque, tell him you accept him for what he is and say 'David, we're pals!'. Maddie may be bewildering, but no more so than the wife whose husband took a 10-year break after a five-day marriage....
Written by BARBARA HALL
Directed by ARTIE MANDELBERG
Eight films in which David Jessel takes up the cases of people whose lives have been shattered by injustice. 1: Trooping the Colour
The first black Guardsman made headline news. Since then, no other black faces have appeared outside
Buckingham Palace. The MoD says that no form of racial discrimination is tolerated in the armed forces. Tonight some of Britain's black soldiers tell of the taunts, abuse and threats they suffered while the Army turned a blind eye. As one private was told: 'There's no black in the Union Jack'. Producer DEBORAH PERKIN Assistant producer
ROBERT DEL MAESTRO Series producer
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Unusual insights into Britain today by new directors from film schools.
Hardman Alan Crossely is a minder and bouncer. In the early mornings he works out on Hampstead Heath ...
'I've been locked up, I've been to hospital for stitches, the public hate you and deep down I think the police hate you too.'
Executive producer BBC DAVID PEARSON
Director NICK GODWIN
A NATIONAL FILM SCHOOL production for BBC Bristol
Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with the day's top stories and the background on events making the news at home and abroad.
In the first of an occasional series of revivals of the classic television interview, Anthony Burgess talks to Jeremy Isaacs. Stirred into writing by the prospect of fatal illness, Anthony Burgess is now regarded as one of the world's most celebrated writers. His novels include A Clockwork Orange, Earthly Powers and his latest, Any
Old Iron. The first volume of his autobiography Little Wilson and Big God has been widely recognised as a contemporary masterpiece. Long resident outside Britain, Burgess talks about his life and art - and his attitude to the country of his birth.
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Making Readers for Life
Parents used to be prevented from helping with their children's education. But now they are actively encouraged to help teach their children to read.
Producer MEG SHEFFIELD (R)