(Details on Thursday at 12.55pm) (e)
10.00am Pages from Ceefax
10.15am Living Decisions Spending Money (R) (e)
(Details on Friday at 11.00am)
10.40am Look, Look and Look Again. Pattern in Place Producer GEOFF WILSON (R) (e)
11.00am Watch. The Celts
11.18am Mach's Gut!
11.35am Geography Casebook Fir Wars
Presenter ROBINA osmani
Producer DAVID SCOTT cowan (e)
12.00 Economics: A Question of Choice. In the Public Interest? Producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
12.20pm Textile Studies Riot of Colour
Producer JOHN CHAPPLE (R) (e)
12.40pm Job Bank
Producer JILL GLYNDON REED
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL (R) (e)
1.00pm When in Italy
1: Hannibal, Flowers and Isola Maggiore. Assistant producer DANlELLA DANGOOR
Series producer DAVID CORDINGLEY (R) (e)
with Floella Benjamin Trains
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Producer SHEILA FRASER Executive producer
CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
Chris and Sarah are brother and sister but there are some days when they wish they weren't.
Producer JULIE CALLANAN (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
Presenter GARY WILMOT (R) (e)
Man and Mountain Joss Naylor is a Cumberland hill-sheep farmer who, despite being nearly crippled when young, became a champion fell runner. Producer COLIN MORRIS
Executive producer BRIDGET WINTER
Weather followed by Sir Mortimer
The Viceroy Sent for Me
The second of two films on the life of the great archaeologist takes him from a Roman trading station on the Bay of Bengal to Mohenjo Daro. Produced by DAVID COLLISON Executive producer PAULJOHNSTONE
Six films with Michael Buerk 4: When We Build Again
The end of the Second World War saw the people of Birmingham in good heart but their city in poor shape. Producer DAVID NELSON (R)
A series of eight programmes 1:Shorinji Kempo - the New Way
Narrated by Dennis Waterman. Shorinji Kempo is a new fighting system created by the late Doshin So, a Japanese intelligence agent. Wntten and produced by MICHAEL CROUCHER BBC Bristol (R)
Anthony Quinn Mala Powers.
Deep-sea divers Carlton and Bartlett arrive in Jamaica to search for a wreck containing a million dollars in gold....
Screenplay by JACK HARVEY and RAMON ROMERO based on a novel by HARRY E. RIESBERG
Produced by ALBERT J. COHEN Directed by BUDD BOETTICHER
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Earlier this afternoon 18 shortlisted entrants eagerly awaited the results of the 1989 United Kingdom
Association of Suggestion
Schemes awards for the best ideas of the year.
The suggestions came from a wide range of businesses. Some saved time, others saved money, some were simple others technical. All were ingenious. The stakes are high, the first prize being two return tickets to
America. Choose your own winner and see whether the judges agree with you. Researcher KAREN EDWARDS Producer BRYN BROOKS
Series editor BRIAN DAVIES (e)
Presented by Margo MacDonald
Two partisan films taking opposite views about a controversial issue.
Peace in Northern Ireland will never be achieved without
Despite numerous peace initiatives, nearly 3,000 people have died in the Troubles in Northern Ireland over the last 20 years.
'Time to Go' is a petition campaign sponsored by 100 public figures, aimed at achieving serious consideration of the possibility that Britain could withdraw leaving a peaceful and stable settlement behind. Graham Reid , a Belfast-born playwright now living in London, finds the idea of British withdrawal offensive, absurd and a sure recipe for disaster. Both sides had editorial control over their films, subject to the current government restrictions on broadcasting concerning Northern Ireland.
Series researcher TONY MULHOLLAND Series producer GAVIN DUTTON
BBC Community Programme Unit
Presented by William Woollard with reports from
Beki Adam , Tom Boswell Chris Goffey , Tony Mason. For the last of the current series, William Woollard and Beki Adam travel to northern France to report on the pleasures and perils of taking your car abroad, and Tom Boswell looks at how to learn to love your caravan. Lancia are making a determined effort to win back lost markets with their new mid-range saloon. Chris Goffey test drives the Dedra in Spain.
For a seasonal touch,
Tony Mason takes his car on to the beach at Weston-super-Mare, but finds tough competition in Britain's only sandrace meeting.
Producer KEN POLLOCK
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
starring with Those Lips, Those Lies
Addison's in love! No, not
David, but brother Richard and for once in his life it sounds serious. David demurs
- especially when the lady in question proves to have a less than savoury past....
Written by JAMES KRAMER and CHRIS RUPPENTHAL
Directed by DENNIS DUGAN
Last of eight films with David Jessel.
While the Government preaches family values, its immigration policies force many families in this country to remain needlessly divided. Bangladeshis resident in Britain have the right to bring their dependants here - if they can prove their families are genuine.
DNA genetic blood tests can now prove conclusively that relationships are as claimed, and that for some of those accused of cheating by immigration officers, the misery of separation was, and continues to be, needless. Producer STEVE HEWLETT Production team
ROBERT DEL MAESTRO
SALLY DIPLOCK. MARC SIGSWORTH
Series producer ELIZABETH CLOUGH
8: A Little Bit Extra
'You get up at 5.00am, travel 50 miles, get daubed with make-up, stand knee-deep in mud for eight hours; then your bit gets cut and you never appear on screen.'
A Little Bit Extra introduces three extras as they prepare for a special shot.
Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Director GRAEME HOLMES A UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL
DEPARTMENT OF FILM production BBC Bristol
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick.
Producer JAMIE MUIR
Executive producer KEVIN LOADER Editor MICHAEL JACKSON
Silver: A Source of Power for the State. Evidence of Archaeology
Presented by COLIN CUNNINGHAM Producer TONY COE