Written and presented by Ian Grimble. Brodie Castle
Ninian, 24th Brodie of Brodie, has presented his home to the National Trust for Scotland. But he still lives here and plays his part in the activities that enliven his ancient seat.
By reconstructing two famous experiments, the film shows how James Prescott Joule , a 19th-century scientist, proved that gravitational energy could be converted into heat. Producer JIM BURGE
A BBC/OU production (R)
with Nelson Eddy. A beautiful French princess, anxious to avoid an arranged marriage, sails for the New World disguised as her maid Marietta.
However, her search for love causes her to suffer many misadventures.
Screenplay by JOHN LEE MAHIN FRANCES GOODRICH and ALBERT HACKETT
Music by VICTOR HERBERT
Lyrics by RITA JOHNSON YOUNG Produced by HUNT STROMBERG Directed by w. s. VAN DYKE
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How Do Red Giants
Carbon atoms and red giants? The connection was a triumph for Fred Hoyle. A BBC/OU production (R)
Energy Resources: Coal How do you mine coal? A BBC/ou production (R)
The Last Squire of Erddig
Until 1973, seven Yorkes had been squires of Erddig near Wrexham in north Wales. Philip Yorke lived there alone, struggling to prevent the house from collapsing. Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY
Director DAVID HEYCOCK (R)
Weather followed by Praise Be!
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From Seaweed to Port The Atlantic coast of Portugal is one of Europe's last strongholds of sail. There, they dredge for seaweed in unique craft and celebrate an annual festival with an exciting race of the port wine boats on the River Duoro.
Narrator Tom Salmon Producer BRIAN HAWKINS
Director YVONNE DEUTSCHMAN BBC Bristol (R)
Weather followed by Into Africa
Narrator Anthony Hopkins Every year, like birds migrating south, a few hundred men take to the air and fly to Africa - in the spirit of the first aviators, for the pleasure of living dangerously. Their job? To seed thunderclouds, spray locusts, dust crops and fly emergency missions from the roughest of strips.
'It must be the last frontier of true flying,' they say, 'real seat-of-the-pants stuff - low, fast, dangerous.' For men like Abercromby-Dick,
Max Lacey and Paddy McKay it's the only way to live. Producer NADIA HAGGAR Series editor TIM SLESSOR
The Lake District has long been the home of some of the most celebrated restaurants and hotels in this country. From a small beginning in 1948, a private house in the Lake District occupied by two people, has grown into a hotel of elegance and distinction. Behind the superlatives is a story of dedication. Francis Coulson and Brian Sack reflect on 40 years of living and working in the Sharrow style. Editor CYRIL GATES BBC North West (R)
Paradores Bill Buckley sail-drives to
Santander in northern Spain to stay in some very grand surroundings.
Series producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN
starring Jack Hawkins. Bribery, murder, robbery and a maniac on the loose - everyday elements in the life of Inspector George Gideon , who also finds he has a problem or two closer to home ...
American director John Ford made this breezy British thriller which inspired the popular TV series.
Screenplay by T. E. B. CLARKE based on the novel Gideon's Day by J. J. MARRIC
Produced by MICHAEL KILLANIN Directed by JOHN FORD
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T. E. B.
Chief Inspector Gideon:
Last of two programmes from the Ibiza 92 music festival, featuring top acts from all over the world on stage at the exclusive KU Club. Today's show gives British viewers their first chance to see Grace Jones perform material from her new album, and also features reports on fashion and clubbing on the glamorous Mediterranean island. Featuring Fine Young
Cannibals, Swing Out Sister, Grace Jones , Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, Animal Logic,
Womack and Womack, and Johnny Diesel and the Injectors.
Presenter Brenda Emmanus Producer PINO SAGLIOCCO Director p.p. VILA-SAN-JUAN
BBC assistant producer JOHN DAS BBC producer BILL HILARY A TVE AND CREATIVE
ENTERTAINMENT GROUP production for BBCtv
If you lived in a children's home or had step-parents or a single parent or lived in a 'community', what would the word family mean to you?
ROGER TONGE Producer
SUE ARON (R)
Keith Floyd makes a daring balloon crossing over the Vosges mountains to the vale of Munster, famous for its strong-smelling cheese.
Floyd cooks cabbage and pheasant for the cheese-makers and, in neighbouring Colmar, he discovers the delights of choucroute and liver dumplings.
Film editor CHRIS WARING Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West (R)
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A series of films exploring the way women's lives have changed in the 20th century. Jobs for the Girls
'A woman should stop at home and look after her family. You can't expect her to go out and build a house or go out with machines and dig the road.'
That's the controversial view of 96-year-old Rose Ashton who began work as a domestic servant in 1905. Rose, her daughter, grand-daughter and great grand-daughter help tell the story of women at work from that time to this.
When Rose started work there were few jobs women were allowed to do and married women were not expected to work at all.
Today nearly two-thirds of married women work and there is not much a woman will not turn her hand to. Producer OLIVIA LICHTENSTEIN Series producer
ANGELA HOLDSWORTH (R)
This week we witness again that special moment when an international superstar is born. From out of Germany, and for the very first time live by satellite in this country, comes Willi the hamster, the game-show host. From the other side of the Atlantic comes the Trinidadian version of Play
Your Cards Right, while from the other side of the Channel, William Fisher explains how the French are celebrating their revolution, and back in the studio Clive celebrates the wit of his guest Alan Coren. Director PIETER MORPURGO
Producer BEATRICE BALLARD (R) revised
On the Spot
John Sessions stars in a series of solo improvisations using suggestions from the audience.
Sound JOHN CAULFIELD
Lighting GEOFF RATHBONE
Designer ANDREW HOWE DA VIES Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
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An intimate view from dawn till night of one person's day. Michael Drummond
The homeless male ends up walking the streets. Some beg for pennies or lie, cheat and steal. Some look for work, others for booze or a fix, but all hope. The hope is a simple one - a room of their own.
For Michael Drummond that hope has been a way of existing for years, not just One Day ...
Cameraman ANDREW LEE Editor ALAN LYGO
Producer PAUL WATSON
Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with the day's top stories and the events making the news.
Love and Money
Fans of Love and Money have always been aware of their enormous potential as multi-talented musicians. James Grant has been acclaimed as a songwriter of the first order but the band has not as yet achieved the success which many music critics feel they deserve.
Tonight's concert from Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, confirms the band's ability to deliver an exciting live set, including Hallelujah Man, Jocelyn Square and Up Escalator.
Researcher STEWART CRUICKSHANK Executive producer DAVID MARTIN Producer MAY MILLER BBC Scotland
The Leathart Collection Producer TONY COE (R)