9.40am Lifeschool Going to Work
I'm in Charge Here! by MICHAEL ROBARTES.
A drama in the form of a situation comedy, intended to help young people become aware of the part authority plays in their lives. With JANET AMSDEN
BILL THOMAS. EDDIE NESTOR
Producer JILL GUNDON REED
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL (R) (e)
10.05am You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. When Gary brings a friend's parrot to the market Cosmo has to cope with her fear of birds. Dot and Jasmine mix up the 'up' and 'down' signs.
Book: Carry, Go, Bring, Come by VYANNE SAMUELS.
Presenter GARY WILMOT Producer CAS LESTER (R) (e)
10.18am Music Time
The Weavers' song illustrated with some African designs.
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT (R) (e)
10.40am Thinkabout Water
Help! The water's been cut off.
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
10.58am Zig Zag The Greeks: The Persian Wars.
History was invented by the Greeks and the first history book was about the Persian Wars. Sheelagh Gilbey visits the sites of Marathon and Thermopylae and Russell Enoch , as Herodotus, tells the epic story of the Greek resistance.
Producer TOM STANIER (R) (e)
11.20am Update USA
Deep South Town (R) (e)
The Spy Who Came In from the Code: the Problem
With VICKY LICORISH and TONY AITKEN (R) (e)
11.45am Micro Mindstretchers Using the Computer: Problems Art and Design
Presented by CAROL VORDERMAN Producer GEORGE AUCKLAND (R) (e)
11.50am Pages from Ceefax
12.00 Mach's Gut!
The last of five programmes. People, Places and Things With ROBERT RAUCH
Introduced by PAUL MCDOWELL Producer Caroline GODLEY (R) (e)
12.15pm History File
Medicine Through Time Medicine and Long-Term
Change: Harvey's theory of the circulation of the blood is usually reckoned to be one of the great scientific discoveries. What was its value to people in his own century?
Presented by PAUL VIRAGH With JOHN BURGESS
MICHAEL CULE , JEFF RAWLE
JAN BLEASDALE. RODERICK SMITH Director MORTON SURGUY
Producer JILL SHEPPARD (e)
12.35pm Pages from Ceefax
1.00pm A-level Biology Cell Biology
A journey to the innermost depths of cells to explore the complex yet beautiful processes which are the basis of all life. Models
RON MATTEN , MORAG MCLEAN
Series producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
Egypt Today (2)
The land of the tourist. In the Luxor area tourism is the major source of jobs and money. A look at an average day in the life of a West Bank village, focusing on the activities around an alabaster factory.
Narrator Samira Kirollos Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Producer DAVID MELDRUM (e)
Weather followed by Words and Pictures
On the Other Side of the River There are all kinds of bridges in today's programme - a model bridge, a wooden bridge and Brian's brown brick bridge! In the story, the people of Wynlock-on-the-River decided they could do without their bridge: or could they? Presenters Vicky Ireland with Charlie
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK ALAN ROGERS. PETER LANG
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (e)
Robert Kilroy-Silk dons the long shorts for a look at one of Britain's last colonies.
The tiny group of Atlantic islands are a unique mixture of American brashness and British reserve.
Producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN (R)
Weather followed by Betjeman Metro-Land
Presented by the late Sir John Betjeman.
'Live in Metro-Land' was the slogan in the 1920s and 1930s. It meant buying a new detached or semi-detached house in the desirable residential suburbs built up alongside the Metropolitan Railway. 'The Met', the first steam underground in the world, had bought up the farmland as it journeyed out from London's Baker Street to farthest Bucks, and the houses and gardens it helped to build set the pattern for suburbia everywhere.
In this film Sir John takes a journey through Metro-Land in search of the poetry and variety of its architecture and activities.
Producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF (R)
Paul Heiney cruises the Solent, following the guide first published 50 years ago by K. Adlard Coles. This week he is in Southampton to assess the redevelopment of the docklands; explore an increasingly crowded Hamble river; and visit Portsmouth to admire its naval heritage, and discover modern solutions to old problems that may still threaten this popular cruising ground. Producer CHRIS JONES (R)
A series of documentaries about some of the leading masters of martial arts. Kalari - the Indian Way
Narrator Dennis Waterman. Kalari has been practised in the villages of south India for 2,000 years. It is almost unknown, even in India, and yet its masters are doctors, healing their community as well as teaching a deadly art. Written and produced by MICHAEL CROUCHER BBC Bristol
European Championships from Stockholm, Sweden.
Highlights of the individual apparatus competitions, with new ideas and routines with an eye on the next world championships. The
Russians and East Europeans will be there and Britain's
Neil Thomas could be among the finalists. Commentators
BARRY DAVIES , MITCH FENNER Television presentation SVT
Assistant producer PAUL DAVIES Producer MARTIN WEBSTER
Open to Question
Last of seven programmes. Tonight's guest is
Padre Miguel D'Escoto .
After ten years of turmoil, what does the future hold for Nicaragua? Tonight their Foreign Minister, Padre Miguel D'Escoto , faces interrogation by young people from all over Britain. Presented by Krishnan Guru-Murthy Research PAUL GALLAGHER Director JUSTIN C. ADAMS Producer DAVID MARTIN
('The Houses Are Full of Smoke ' Friday 9.30pm)
7.10pm That Was
Then....This Is Now
This week the Cure - from the Crawley bandstand to South
American amphitheatres. Robert Smith , often described as the post-punk intellectual, talks about their ten-year career and relentless rise to fame. 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
Rabbi Julia Neuberger. If you want a nice heavy doorstop, go and see
Rabbi Julia Neuberger. She makes them out of flour, eggs and sugar and calls them cakes. Her children call them inedible. That is until
Kevin arrives, wooden spoon in hand....
Film cameraman JOHN RHODES Film editor BRIDGET REISS Producer STACEY ADAMS
Series producer CLARE BRlGSTOCKE (e)
0 BOOK: 'The Reluctant Cook', is available from booksellers, £6.95 paperback, £11.95 hardback.
* COOKERY: page 89
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Every two hours someone dies on the road; every two minutes someone is injured. These are shocking figures - or they should be. But we seem to accept 5,000 road deaths every year, while we are horrified by other transport disasters with much less loss of life, like
Clapham or Lockerbie. The real tragedy is that most road casualties need not happen.
Technology, engineering and enforcement of the law could cut the carnage. Why are they not being used?
Horizon investigates a story of delay, complacency and bureaucratic muddle.
Narrator Paul Vaughan Film editor CHRIS GILDERS Written and produced by CHRISTOPHER RILEY Horizon editor
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starring Lynda Carter
Two days after she takes a volunteer job answering phones at a crisis centre, Brianne O'Neil receives the first in a series of bizarre and disturbing calls. A man claiming to be a murderer gives her strange clues and riddles about his past crimes. Brianne is determined to solve the mystery but, as the calls become more threatening, she realises that she is the next victim ...
Screenplay by DAVID E. PECKINPAH Produced by GARY CREDLE Directed by JERRY JAMESON
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with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick.
As the Sino-Soviet summit gets under way in Peking,
Gavin Esler reports from the border in north eastern
China on the growing cooperation between the two superpowers.
NICK CLARKE , CHRIS LOWE.
DAVID COSS ,
MARGARET GILMORE , WESLEY KERR
PETER MARSHALL ,
JULIAN O'HALLORAN ,
DAVID SELLS. SARAH SPILLER
DAVID TINDALL. JANET TREWIN ,
Deputy editor NIGEL CHAPMAN Editor JOHN MORRISON
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