9.40 Lifeschool Going to Work. Fit for the Job Sixteen-year-old Lizzie is in a wheelchair and determined to get herself a job when she leaves school.
Director MORTON SURGUY
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL (R) (e)
10.05am You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Jeni's guinea pig has died, how will Cosmo and Dibs cope? Book: The Walking Coat by PAULINE WATSON.
Presenter JENI BARNETT Animation ANDY WALKER
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN (R) (e)
10.18am Music Time The Bush
The song Palm and Cedar and some music describing the spirits of the bush.
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT (R) (e)
10.40am Thinkabout Playgrounds
The children build a box-shaped and a pyramid-shaped house in an adventure playground.
Producer PAT FARRINGTON (R) (e)
10.58am Zig Zag The Greeks
SHEELAGH GILBERT travels back in time to an Athenian classroom and explores the world of wax tablets.
Producer TOM STANIER (R) (e)
11.20am Update USA Energy Boom (R) (e)
11.40am Mindstretchers Bypass: the Problem
Problems for 10- to 12-year-olds with suggested solutions.
FEROZA SYAL explains the pros and cons of bypasses. Which is the best route for the bypass for Edsbridge?
Producer ED HAYWARD (R) (e)
11.45am Micro Mindstretchers: Using the Computer
Spreadsheets: the Problem
Presented by CAROL VORDERMAN How would you use a microcomputer and a spreadsheet to analyse the results of an experiment to measure reaction times? Carol explains how spreadsheets work.
Producer GEORGE AUCKLAND (R) (e)
11.50am Pages from Ceefax
12.00 Mach's Gut! 4: Socialising
Introducing; birthday celebrations; good luck and get-well wishes. With ROBERT RAUCH and SYLVIA ROTTER
Introduced by PAUL MCDOWELL Producer CAROLINE GODLEY (R) (e)
12.15pm History File
Medicine Through Time
Medicine, Women and Society. Only about one in four GPs in Britain is a woman. How were women excluded from medicine during the Middle Ages, and what problems did women medical students, and Britain's first woman doctor
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson , face in the 19th century? Presented by PAUL VIRAGH With CAROLINE RYDER
JANET HENFREY. KATE GODFREY JON CARTWRIGHT , JOHN BURGESS IAN BLEASDALE and IAN HARVEY Designer GLORIA CLAYTON Director MORTON SURGUY
Producer JILL SHEPPARD (e)
12.35pm Pages from Ceefax
1.00pm Big Top Science Memory
A visit to the Discovery Dome to investigate memory with TERRY MARSH and KJARTAN POSKITT . Production ROBIN MUDGE. GEORGE AUCKLAND
Musical director PETER MOSS (R) (e)
Chris, Crumble and the babies take the train for a day trip to the sea.
Narrated by Peter Hawkins Producer MAURICE POOLEY
Egypt Today (1)
What's life like in modem
Egypt? A look at the daily life of two families, one in a delta town, the other in Cairo.
The children are seen at home, at school and at play.
Narrator Samira Kirollos Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Producer DAVID MELDRUM (e)
Weather followed by Words and Pictures
The Challenging Bull
Can you twitch your nose? Can you wriggle your toes? In today's story, the bull is very keen to challenge the other animals - but less keen to carry out his boasts!
Presenter Vicky Ireland with Charlie
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK Music
IAN HUMPHRIES , PADDY KINGSLAND Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (e)
Kathy Tayler enjoys the sunny and relaxing beaches of Petit St Vincent and tastes the luxury of Martinique. Director ANDY STEVENSON
Producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN (R)
Weather followed by London Season
Here I Come
Margaret Powell Looks at High Society
For this film the late
Margaret Powell, once a kitchenmaid, 'did' the London season - that period between May and the end of August when debs come out. She enjoyed every moment - but wished that she had
'come out' 50 years earlier. Producer JEREMY BENNETT (R)
The Little Church at Little Braxted
In this tiny Norman church in Essex, a Victorian vicar turned back the clock to restore the lost beauty of Byzantium.
Producer GEORGE MILNER SMITH
The first of three programmes in which
Paul Heiney cruises the Solent in his gaff cutter. It's 50 years since the yachtsman and author K. Adlard Coles first published his famous guide to these popular waters, and it is this first edition which has inspired Heiney to set sail to discover how the Solent has fared at the hands of developers and visitors. Producer CHRIS JONES (R)
Morpeth, Northumberland with John Grundy Producer PAUL PAXTON BBC Newcastle (R)
Medical student Dick Curtis is paying his way through college by working as a clerk in a fashionable summer hotel. When he meets beautiful heiress Ann Prentiss , a song is never far away ...
This exuberant musical contains the amazing Lullaby of Broadway number - one of Busby Berkeley's finest achievements.
Screenplay by PETER MILNE. ROBERT LORD. MANUEL SEFF Produced by ROBERT LORD
Directed by BUSBY BERKELEY
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Mrs Matilda Prentiss:
T Mosely Thorpe:
Tonight's guest is the Rt Hon Douglas Hurd , MP. How can British football grounds be made safer?
Should The Satanic Verses be banned?
Does the new
Secrets Bill really serve the public interest?
Will deregulation guarantee better broadcasting?
Tonight the Home Secretary is challenged on these and other issues by young people from all over Britain. Presented by Krishnan Guru-Murthy Researcher PAUL GALLAGHER Director Liz SCOTT
Producer DAVID MARTIN BBC Scotland
(Postponed from 1 May)
Despite a nine-year history littered with hit singles and hit albums, Depeche Mode still struggle for credibility in Britain. Not so in Europe and America where they enjoy success on a huge scale and their haircuts are of no significance.
The boys from Basildon, Essex, reveal all.
Researcher RORY SHEEHAN Produced and directed by DAVID G. CROFT (R)
A series for faint-hearted and disillusioned cooks presented by Kevin Woodford with guest Rick Wakeman.
Funny thing about barbecues, they're always better in theory than practice.
The experience of rock musician Rick Wakeman consists of steaks charred on the outside and raw inside. His neighbour on the Isle of Man just happens to be Kevin Woodford , a dab hand with the firelighters.
Film cameraman JOHN RHODES
Production assistant DAMARIS PITCHER Series producer CLARE BRIGSTOCKE (e)
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96.95 paperback, £11.95 hardback.
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The 'white heat' of scientific revolution was the mood into which Horizon was born. Twenty-five years ago the deepest discoveries of science, as well as the most fascinating, were accessible to millions of viewers for the first time. But before long "Horizon" turned from straightforward reportage to criticism. Twenty years before 'green' was acceptable, scientists and industrialists were attacked for their rape of the environment.
Obstetricians were accused of inducing births to suit hospital schedules. Government was accused of ignoring the exciting possibilities of micro-chip electronics. Were these criticisms valid and what effect have they had?
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Written and Produced by:
Elizabeth Montgomery Ron Karabatsos.
Sara Scott is a private detective with a problem - she's plagued by the recurring nightmare of her husband's death - gunned down by an unknown assailant before her eyes. On the case of an adulterous psychiatrist, Sara stumbles across some connections with the murder.
Written and directed by MIKE HODGES
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with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with international reports by DAVID SELLS, CHARLES WHEELER GAVIN ESLER and JULIAN O'HALLORAN.
Directors JOHN WILKINSON and MARK LUCAS
Deputy editor NIGEL CHAPMAN Editor JOHN MORRISON
Michael Ignatieff visits
Bradford, in the wake of the Salman Rushdie affair, and reports on how British
Muslims are reconciling their traditional values with the pressures of Western life. Producer FIONA MURCH Director BETH HOLGATE
Constable: the Leaping Horse
Producer CHARLES COOPER (R)