England is the Place for Me
Un ritratto dell'Italia d'oggi attraverso Ie esperienze di vita di cinque Italiani autentici. (R) (e)
Frank's going on holiday, but what is going to happen to the plants while he's away? (R) (e)
The second in a two-part series.
The Black Country Development Corporation is charged with finding new uses for over nine square miles of industrial land. (e)
For the last five years, Agostinho Mendes has worked on construction sites in Switzerland while his wife and children live at home in a rural area of northern Portugal. (R) (e)
What was life like for Pharaoh's people? Through paintings, models, archaeology and reconstructions, today's programme answers that question and looks at the importance of writing. (e)
(For full details see tomorrow at 12.55pm)
Grain mountains are piling up and farmers are feeling the pinch as changes in US foreign policy and farm financing take their toll. (R) (e)
Teachers and pupils from Newcastle and Peterborough talk about the management of learning - in the classroom, the department and the curriculum. (e)
1.25pm PC Pinkerton: Calling All Units
Devised and written by Geoffrey Bourne-Taylor and John Murphy Edwards.
PC Pinkerton is on day patrol and has to search for a lost child. Will he make it in time for the school play?
With the voices of Ian Lavender, Jessica Martin, Sam Kelly, David Shaw Parker. (R)
1.30pm Animal Fair: What would you like to be
with Don Spencer
What would you like to be If an animal you could choose to be? (R)
1.40pm Music Time: Pottery
Some traditional African pottery and the song Work the Clay from the musical story set in Ghana - Anansi and the Sky God. (R)
2.00pm News; Weather
followed by Watch: The Celts Animals
Why were animals so important to the Iron Age Celts? Why didn't Princess Maeve heed the eel's warning? Find out in this week's programme featuring Butser Ancient Farm.
Presented by James Goode and Louise Hall Taylor. (e)
Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
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Otley Hall with Bryan McNerney Producer PAUL CORT WRIGHT
Richard is 22, a cheerful young man with the gift of livening up any company he's in. Mandy is also 22, but she can't walk or talk. They are among the thousands of mentally handicapped adults living with their families.
Producer HARRY WEISBLOOM
Editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
The story of Dr Hans-Joachim Heinz and the Bushmen of Bere.
Narrator JIM DOUGLAS HENRY Producer RICHARD ROBINSON Series editors ANTHONY SACHS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS
Judith Mountford approaches her first solo flight.
Written by BRIAN THOMPSON Director KEITH MASSEY Executive producer DOUGLAS B. SMITH (R)
The second of two programmes about the Ml. Thirty years ago, Britain's most famous motorway service station, Watford Gap, opened with four sets of pumps and a garden shed. Producer IAN LILLEY
The Making of a Musical Far from the glamour of London's West End, the world premiere of an important new musical was performed in West Yorkshire. Director ROGER KEECH Producer MIKE MURRAY
Christopher Lee Douglas Wilmer Nayland Smith of Scotland Yard is once more on the trail of the most dangerous criminal in the world.
Screenplay by PETER WELBECK
Produced by HARRY ALAN TOWERS Directed by DON SHARP 0 FILMS: page 21
The last of five programmes. Trentamila lire di super. Thirty thousand lire of four-star.
Hilltowns, Crossbows and the Pregnant Madonna.
Mirella D'Angelo takes a final look around Umbria as the Ibbotsons from Sheffield show off their Italiano.
Series producer DAVID CORDINGLEY (e)
Appalachian Junkomentary Amid the rolling hills of West Virginia, man cultivates the state's most famous crop, fields of - junk. Not junk junk, but special junk lovingly tended by junkmen, not junk junkmen but......; 'Me and my family is proud to be in junk. When the junkman goes, what are you gonna do with all that junk out there?'
Director JACOB YOUNG
Executive producers MARK SAMELS PAUL WATSON
with Michael Buerk and reporters John Howard Grant Mansfield and Nick Davies.
The last of the present series. Last year an area of forest the size of Wales and Northern Ireland was destroyed in the Amazon basin alone, taking with it thousands of animals and plants that could help science and medicine but have never even been classified. The lives of the remaining Indian tribes are also threatened.
Sting, Chief Raoni and hospital patients at the Royal Marsden are all caught up in this most urgent environmental question.
Studio director DAWN MONAGHAN
Series producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN Editor PETER SALMON. BBC Bristol
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by BERNARD FARRELL and GRAHAM REID starring Dan Gordon
Colum Convey ,
Hilary Reynolds , Maeve Germaine in Candles
Music by KEN HOWARD
Film cameraman MIKE RADFORD Film editor JOHN JARVIS
Lighting director RON BRISTOW Design GARY WILLIAMSON Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
On the tenth anniversary of Mrs Thatcher 's Government, is it better to be laid off in the north or south of England? On 6 December 1988
Alan Foster and Billy Riley were made redundant. Both worked for one company since leaving school at 16. Both are married with one child.
But Alan was a section manager in the City bank, Morgan Grenfell. With a new house and a E70,000 mortgage, he was shocked. Billy, a fitter in the state-owned shipyard in Sunderland, was more optimistic. He owned his house and had money in the bank.
Two men, at opposite ends of the country and the economy. How will they fare in their first interview for 20 years? Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN. RICHARD RANKEN
Film editor ANDY WILLSMORE Producer RUTH JACKSON
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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Also starring Julie Kavner
Dan Castellaneta , Joe Malone and Sam McMurray in Dinner Theatre, Cinema Verity and The Medley Produced by RICHARD SAKAI
Producers JOHN BARTON.
KEITH BOWERS , EILEEN FITT , MARION KERR Deputy editor NIGEL CHAPMAN Editor JOHN MORRISON
with Waldemar Januszczak A profile of the RIBA Gold Medal winner Renzo Piano. Producer FIONA MURCH
Executive producer KEVIN LOADER Editor MICHAEL JACKSON
A BBCIOPEN UNIVERSITY production
Luminance and Spectroscopy Producer NEIL CAMERON (R)
In the last programme of the series, Hasan Gai Eaton again joins Muslims at the Central London Mosque for the final Friday Prayers of this Ramadan. He reflects on how the forthcoming feast of Ed-il-fitr, the ending of the fast, is associated with the idea of new creation. 4: Breaking the Fast
Sheikh Gamal Solaiman urges that the spirit of Ramadan should remain, even when the fasting has finished.
Assistant producer STEVE BENSON Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER