The Changing Face of Poverty
Will this material replace silicon for the 'chip'? Producer KEVIN NEWPORT
A BBC/Open University production (R)
The Middle East, 1948: assigned to search for a missing American woman, a naive young US diplomat discovers that finding her is only half the battle.
Screenplay by NANCY VOYLES
CRAWFORD, THOMAS A. MCMAHON and LORRAINE WILLIAMS
Based on the novel by JAMES MICHENER
Produced by ELMO WILLIAMS Directed by JAMES FARGO 9 FILMS: page 17
Ron Fawcett at the top-rated climb in Wales.
Producer DOUGLAS B. SMITH (R)
Designer RICHARD BRACKENBURY Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)
Notorious Landlady Man
A landlady calls a tenant at work and tells him to pack his bags immediately.
No Free Rides in the Limo
A man hires a limousine but is too drunk to pay the bill. Judge Joseph A. Wapner hears the evidence.
Host Doug Llewelyn (R)
Judge Joseph A.
Weather followed by Small World
David Secret has revised the art of making automata.
Presenter Eric Thompson Director NEIL daVIES
Producer PAUL SMITH (R)
2.30 Scottish Salmon Stakes (Handicap. 1m 6f)
3.10 Swettenham Stud Sussex Stakes (1m)
The likely clash between last year's winner Warning and the brilliant Classic winner Shaadi, would be one of the highlights of the racing year. The winner's prize - more than £170,000.
3.40 Scottish Equitable Richmond Stakes (6f)
The richest 2-year-old race of the season so far
4.10 Pimm's Goodwood
Stakes (Handicap. 2m 3f)
Introduced by Julian Wilson Reporter Jonathan Powell Commentator PETER O'SULLEVAN
JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER Producer BOB DUNCAN including at
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
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In the heart of rural mid Wales, Builth Wells once again hosts the annual Royal Welsh Agricultural Show. Spearheading the 1989 Festival of Food and Farming Wales, the showground abounds with demonstrations and displays of Welsh foods and farm produce.
Gerry Monte , Angharad Mair , Brian Harries and Gaenor Howells savour the atmosphere.
Engineering manager GEOFF ALFORD Sound supervisor HARRY THOMAS Producer JONATHAN DA VIES Executive producer HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS BBC Wales
with Geoff Hamilton and John Kelly
From Norton St Philip, near Bath
Mary Coombs has a prize-winning small cottage garden. She crams plants and good ideas into small spaces - up walls and fences and even the telegraph pole.
She's keen on soft fruit, herbs and she likes scent in the garden to attract bees and butterflies.
Production assistant CHRISTINE HARDMAN
Producer JOHN KENYON (R) 0 GARDENING: page 95
Journey to Oasis
(Part 1) starring
Gil Gerard as Buck Rogers
(Part 2 on 9 August)
The last in the present series Presented by Antoine de Caunes. Lou Reed talks about his acclaimed New York LP and explains why he got involved in Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior project.
Also featured are Midnight Oil, Pete Townshend on the new
Who tour, the Cure and Ziggy Marley on carrying the torch for reggae.
Titles JEAN BAPTISTE MONDINO Director PETER STUART Executive producers
ALEX BERGER. TIM NEWMAN
Magenta de Vine and Sankha Guha visit the metropolis of the 20th century. They will be synchroenergised in a mind gym, discover a Russian invasion on Brighton beach and find out what's on cable TV for couch potatoes.
Plus Puerto Rican hip-hop and Manhattan's legendary nightlife.
Director TONY COLDWELL
Assistant producer KATHY BARNABY Executive producer RACHEL PURNELL
The Basque Whalers of Labrador
Narrated by David Drew.
Forty years before Raleigh discovered Virginia, groups of fishermen from the Basque region of Spain were making dangerous crossings of the Atlantic in search of whales. They were the first
Europeans to stay and exploit the marine resources of North America.
Archaeologists have now discovered the remains of their daily lives on both sand and sea. The wreck of the ship, the San Juan, gives a fascinating insight into the development of boat-building, while the vats for extracting blubber mark the start of an industry that today has almost led to the whales' extinction.
An ADLANUT production Produced by THOMAS CADIEUX
Edited by JEFF SHAW
Music by HOWARD DAVIDSON BBCtv presentation by RAY SUTCLIFFE and ALEX WEST Series editor BRUCE NORMAN
starring in None Like It Hot Written by KEN LEVINE and DAVID ISAACS
Directed by CHARLES DUBIN (R)
by TONY MARCHANT.
When Danny, 'one of Maggie's wandering minstrels', visits a seaside horror museum, he is rather disappointed.
'It's all about victims. Now people are interested in who done it, not who it got done to ...' So begins a process of disintegration which culminates in a new type of exhibit, 'an attraction' for the modern age ...
Lighting DUNCAN BROWN Designer PETER BLACKER
Producer RICHARD LANGRIDGE Director ANTHONY GARNER
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Unusual insights into Britain today by first-time directors The Bug Business
Terry Rowe is a bug-hunter, moving in a world of electronic espionage.
In his tiny workshop, Terry builds sophisticated bug-detectors - and then tests them in a bugged boardroom. Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Director MARK FIELDER BBC Bristol
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Written and presented by TONY HARRISON
The Muffled Bells
Breamore is one of the few surviving churchyards of the sort described by Thomas Gray.
Producer PETER SYMES (R)
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Understanding Space and Time Einstein's work both upsets the previously held notions due to Galileo and Newton on falling objects and the orbiting planets of the universe.
Producer IAN ROSSENBLOOM