Un ritratto dell'Italia d'oggi attraverso le esperienze di vita di cinque Italiana autentici. 4: L 'Operaio dell 'Alfa (R) (e)
10.00am Science Workshop Levers (B)
10.25am Thinkabout Playgrounds (e)
10.40am Geography Casebook Fir Wars
11.00am Update Europe French Farmer
How a farming community in south west France is coping with the problems of overproduction, erratic subsidies, and changing markets.
Commentary ROBIN ELLIS
Photography GODPHREY JOHNSON Series editor LEN BROWN
Producer SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
11.20am Landmarks Egypt Today (1)
Dreams and Nightmares (R) (e) (Full details tomorrow at 12. 55pm)
12.10pm Update USA Energy Boom
In 1977, Evanston, a small railway town in the wide open spaces of Wyoming, found itself sitting on top of the biggest oil and gas discovery the USA has seen in recent years.
Producer LEN BROWN (R) (e)
12.30pm Pages from Ceefax
A Piece of Cake
Everyone is going to the school fete except for PC
Pinkerton who has to work. Will his family remember to save him a piece of cake? Devised and written by GEOFFREY BOURNE-TAYLOR and JOHN MURPHY EDWARDS Music JOHN KELHAM
Produced and directed by TREVOR BOND (R)
Builders and Diggers with Don Spencer
It's a creation by nobody else but me,
It's a creation and I'm proud of it, you see.
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Percussion WILL HILL
Woodwind MARTIN FRITH
Assistant producer SHEILA FRASER Production BARBARA RODDAM (R)
Weather followed by Watch
The Celtic Year
Which present-day festivals have their roots in the Iron Age seasonal cycle and farming year? And why do the participants of the Pan-Celtic Killarney festival in Ireland sound rather similar when they speak their own languages?
Presented by Jennie Jay Williams Tony Neilson
Research MELANIE CLARK
Series producer JULIA DRUM
Benson and Hedges Zonal Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the afternoon's play right through to the finish.
Commentators richie BENAUD
TOM GRAVENEY including at
3.00 pm News and Weather
3.50 pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
A series of six programmes presented by Jonathan Miller 1: Out of Sight - Out of Mind'It is a lonely life - you do feel very isolated,' says Gillian Rowell, who looks after her
32-year-old disabled daughter at home. Meanwhile, just up the road, her father Jack Stanley is caring for his wife who has Alzheimer's disease. Gillian and Jack are among the six million people in Britain who look after relatives or friends needing long-term care. Like most carers, they want to care, but they need help in order to go on coping.
So who cares for the carers? This programme shows how carers can get the information and support that's theirs by right. Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer TONY MATTHEWS
* SUPPORT MATERIAL: o book
'Caring at Home ' by Nancy Kohner is available free to carers. Send a large sae with 50p stamp to
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The last programme in the present series.
Delores Her red lush lips deliver the intense gutteral warbling of scat; her body is a sequinned shimmer quivering in leopard-skin pants, a beehive hairdo surmounts a face of night-clubbed beauty.
Amazing Delores, singer and friend of heavenly bodies;
'standing in front of my car was an angel and he was some big dude.'
Director JACOB YOUNG Executive producers
MARK SAMELS. PAUL WATSON
A hard look at the natural world presented by Michael Buerk.
Return to Chernobyl
'We've become pariahs, plate-carriers; nobody needs us,' says a decontamination worker at the Chernobyl plant.
For the first time since the world's worst nuclear disaster three years ago, a television crew has been back to Chernobyl - not just to the plant itself, but to the haunted villages that surround it.
Thirty-one people died and 91,000 were made homeless. An army of workers is still trying to clear up the radioactive mess. Does that mean all is now safe, or does the tragedy of Chernobyl still linger on? Series producer
AMANDA THEUNISSEN Editor PETER SALMON
by BERNARD FARRELL and GRAHAM REID starring Dan Gordon Colum Convey
Hilary Reynolds Maeve Germaine in Misconceptions.
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
An insight into the first few months of Britain's first purpose-built AIDS hospice. London Lighthouse is an experiment. The building is striking. The approach to nursing is radical. The project could provide a model for the health care of the future.
Beatty King , 26, is one of 15 nurses working at
Lighthouse. On night shift, she spends the small hours gently negotiating with Colin, who's desperate to smoke, and sitting with Christopher, who is close to death.
The patients appreciate having as much say as possible in how they are looked after. But as relationships develop, emotional pressures increase. Beatty admits, 'I don't think I realised what I was letting myself in for....' Photography
LORAINE SMITH. NIGEL MEAKIN Film editor DENISE PERRIN Producer SAM ORGAN
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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The last in the present series. Also starring Julie Kavner , Dan Castellaneta ,
Joe Malone and Sam McMurray in Kay's Happy Hour, Click and What I Did for Love Produced by RICHARD SAKAI
Producer CHARLES MILLER
A BBC/OPEN UNIVERSITY production
Life and Death in Rio
Producer VICTOR LOCKWOOD (R)