Genes, Goals and Supergoals
Harmony in the Limestone Dales
The walkers settle into their stride.
Narrated by Paul Allen.
Executive producer DOUGLAS B. SMITH (R)
Exploring Educational Issues Black Girls in Search of Learning
Asian girls in Leicester talk about their school experience. Was enough asked of them?
Producer ANNE DIACK
(R) A BBC/OPEN UNIVERSITY production
Everybody want Elvis. His Hawaiian girlfriend wants him to stay with her in their tourist agency. The girls on the tour want him to stay with them on the beach. And his mother wants him to stay with her on her Pineapple plantation.
Screenplay by HAL KANTER from a story by ALLAN WEISS Produced by HAL WALLIS
Directed by NORMAN TAUROG
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Sarah Lee Gates:
Personality, Development and Learning
12.30 Head Start (1)
The famous American project was set up in the mid-60s to improve the life-chances of children born into poor families.
12.55 Head Start (2)
A closer look at some of the educational methods used in American schools.
A BBC/OPEN UNIVERSITY production (R)
The Burglars by Eric Charles.
Narrator: Roy Kinnear with Sheila Walker. Director of animation DEREK MOGFORD
Designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)
Weather followed by Peter Ustinov 's
6: My Russia
Peter Ustinov interviews Oblomov, the incarnation of yesterday's Russia.
Written by PETER USTINOV
Produced by JOHN MCGREEVY and VICTOR SOLNICKI A CTV production (R)
Bishop Auckland, County Durham with John Grundy.
Produced by ROGER BURGESS BBC Newcastle (R)
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Weather followed by Sutton Hoo
2: The Last of the Pagans with Professor Martin Carver. Producer RAY SUTCLIFFE
Executive producer BRUCE NORMAN (R)
(Part 3 tomorrow at 3.00pm)
Regional News and Weather
2: All in a Day's Work
Through old films,
John Huntley looks at people at work, including life in an iron foundry in Chippenham in the 1920s, the daily round of crofting women in the Shetlands of the 1930s, how brushes were made in a Bristol factory before the last war, and how Scottish co-op workers were trained in the art of giving courteous service in the 1950s. BBC Scotland (R)
The Brink's-Mat gold bullion robbery at Heathrow Airport was the largest single theft in the history of crime. New evidence is still being uncovered. David Jessel examines the latest lines of inquiry.
Producer JIM MCDOUGAL (R)
Goa with Bill Buckley.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON
Series producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN (R)
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The Dance Hall Days
In the 50s and 60s, there were more than 500 showbands playing in the dance halls throughout Northern Ireland. A generation danced to their music. Almost every town had its own showband, and every band had its followers. The showbands have gone but the memories live on. Presenter Gerry Anderson Produced and directed by TONY MCAULEY
BBC Northern Ireland
Owen Merritt is a small rancher - hoping for a peaceful life. But his wealthy neighbour, Will Isham , has different ideas and is determined to ruin him and take over the land.
Screenplay by KENNETH GAMET Producer HARRY JOE BROWN Director ANDRE DE TOTH
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Person to Person - the Craft of Interviewing Three dramatised programmes about the skills and strategies of interviewing for hiring, appraisal, information and firing.
2: At the Core
Written and presented by Jack Gratus.
Production assistant COLLEEN LEWIS Film camera GODFREY JOHNSON Film editor PETER HARRIS
Produced by TONY ROBERTS (e)
0 VIDEO: if you would be interested in a training video about successful interviewing, write for further information to: Education and Training Videos, BBC Enterprises. Woodlands, 80 Wood Lane. London W120TT. Tel [number removed].
From the International
Festival of Country Music: Tammy Wynette Special
David Allan introduces this year's series of highlights from the 21st of these festivals at the Wembley Arena, and talks to some of the stars. Tonight the half-hour goes to the First Lady of country music, whose choice of material ranges from Stand by Your Man, recorded in the festival's founding year to 1989's Liar's Roses.
Festival organiser MERVYN CONN
Sound BARRIE HAWES. LES MOWBRAY Lighting JOHN KING
Design STEPHAN PACZAI Produced and directed by DAVE PERROTTET
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presented by Brinsley Forde Aminatta Forna and Martin Shaw.
The final show of the series goes to Leeds.
On the Road takes a look at a bold local campaign which anticipates the need to tackle hard drugs at the grassroots. There is also a discussion of the controversy which surrounds the increasing use of black images in advertising.
The programme completes its racy analysis of black music trends- into the 90s. And this week's interrogated celebrity is Lenny Henry. Producers
COLIN PRESCOD and ONYE WAMBU Editor VASTIANA BELFON BBC Pebble Mill
Last in the present series. Starring and Sex and Violence
Gail's first primetime producing assignment is threatened by the attitude of a co-worker.
Written by DEBORAH DEAN DAVIS Directed by GABRIEL BEAUMONT
Last in the series written and presented by Ludovic Kennedy.
3: The Medium Is the Message Is old-fashioned oratory dead? Or are there still people with the gift of holding an audience spellbound, who can excite, arouse and persuade?
Ludovic Kennedy considers the orators and word spinners in an age of mass communication and an audience of invisible millions, with extracts from Bevan,Benn,Shaw,
Dimbleby, A. J. P. Taylor and Alistair Cooke.
Series consultant LORD BROXBOURNE Film camera JOHN BAKER Film editor MARTIN PEPLER
Executive producer BRUCE NORMAN Producer DENIS MORIARTY
3: Sybil the Girl Guide
As one of the original girl guides, Sybil Canadine recalls the enthusiasm and determination of the first girls in this popular movement. Producer CHRISTINE WHITTAKER
Canadian-born animator Richard Williams , who recently worked on Who Framed Roger Rabbit ?, introduces the first of two programmes featuring the innovative work done by the National Film Board of Canada.
A collaboration between
Jacques Drouin and Czech
Bretislav Pojar , Night Angel is a gentle fantasy about a man's encounter with an angel. This film, in its first television screening, integrates the techniques of puppet animation and pinscreen. Pas De
Deux Norman McLaren 's multi-award-winning exploration of ballet, using stunning multiple images and the music of pan pipes.
Television presentation by DAVID THOMPSON
('Animation 2' tomorrow at 11.15pm)
Producer MARTIN WRIGHT