Chantal Cuer explores European attitudes to Green issues with Per Gahrton, member of the Swedish Parliament. (R) (e)
Chantal Cuer Guest: Per
Presenter, Bill McFarlan poses some of the questions asked in the search for an active lifestyle. (e)
(Shown on Tuesday at 10.15am) (e)
(Shown on Wednesday at 10.40am) (R) (e)
(Shown on Wednesday at 2.02pm) (e)
The flight of the falcon gives the children ideas for their music. Presenters Rob
Curling and Seeta Indrani with Jonathan Cohen.
(Shown on Monday at 11.40am) (e)
Rob Curling Presenter: Seeta
The spaceship Investigator strays into a powercloud. (R) (e)
(Shown on Tuesday at 9.40am) (e)
(Shown on Tuesday at 11.17am) (e)
Despite the uncertainties involved, many people choose a life partner while still teenagers. Why do we want to be in couples? What do you lose and what do you gain?
Two couples and one teenage divorcee talk about their relationships and the problems of being together forever. (e)
Featuring the voices of four black writers from four different countries: Alice Walker (USA), Sipho Sepamla (South Africa), Merle Collins (Grenada), Lemn Sissay (Britain) (R) (e)
Written by John Cunliffe. (R)
Narration and vocals:
Designed and directed by:
by Jean Ure.
Dramatised by Stephen Wakelam. (R) (e)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R) (e)
Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Presenter (You and Me):
Live coverage of four races from the Mental Health
Charity Day, plus a recording of the E20,000 charity match between BBC Television and Channel 4. Jimmy Lindley , Richard Pitman and Bill Smith ride for the BBC against Brough Scott , Lord
Oaksey and John Francome.
2.30 Personnel Selection Associates Stakes
3.05 William Hill Golden
Spurs Handicap (5f)
3.40 Taylor Woodrow Team Charity Stakes (H'cap. 1m)
Introduced by Julian Wilson. Commentators:
Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer.
Producer WENDY SHEPPARD including at
2.55pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Racing from Ascot
4.15 Ewar Stud Farms Stakes for Apprentices (H'cap. 1m) Dunhill Cup
Coverage from St Andrews.
starring Lassi with Helping her master,
Ranger Turner , with a school project in San
Lassie suffers a nasty accident, loses her memory and is left lost and alone on the city streets. Featuring John Zaremba ,
Russel Thorson , Andrea Tong , Lisa Lee , Sammy Jackson and Jack de Mave as Erickson. Written by ROBERT SCHAEFER and ERIC FREIWALD
Produced by ROBERT GOLDEN Directed by DICK MODER
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Wish We Were There
This summer thousands of holidaymakers spent part of their precious annual excursion waiting in the departure lounges of the south east's major airports. Delays and congestion now seem to be a fact of life when travelling by air in Europe - but for how long? Antonia Higgs looks at the present problems and the future solutions for one of the region's biggest industries - an industry which is expected to transport
100 million passengers a year by the end of the century. Producer MICHAEL DAVIDSON Series producer PETER LOWE Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE
BBC South and East - Elstree (Regional programme - for variations see below)
Triumph and Tragedy Rudolph Dunbar was a remarkable black man of his time - a classical clarinetist, war correspondent and symphony conductor. Born in British Guyana in 1907, Dunbar leapt into the spotlight in 1942 when he made his conducting debut with the London
Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall. It was the start of an international career which saw him conduct major orchestras all over the world during the 40s and 50s. But in England, where he lived and worked for much of his life, he was never truly successful again, and died a bitter and impoverished man. In his unfinished autobiography he claims that there were powerful elements within the English music establishment working against him. This film takes the title of that book, Triumph and Tragedy, and describes the life of this talented but ultimately frustrated musician. Director MILTON BRYAN
Series producer TERRENCE FRANCIS An 'Ebony' production BBC Pebble Mill
Miniature roses are becoming very fashionable. They are versatile, either growing in the border, on a raised bed, in a tub, or in a pot for indoors. Plus a follow-up on the cold frames on hot beds. How successful have they been this year and what to do with them now. With
Geoff Hamilton , Anne Swithinbank and Pippa Greenwood.
Production assistant JAYNE SAVAGE Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
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Almost 50 years to the day since Britain declared war on Nazi Germany comes a brand new series of Naked Video.
While historians ponder the significance of this coincidence you can enjoy half an hour of nostalgia-free comedy. Featuring Kate Donnelly , Gregor Fisher ,
Andy Gray , Helen Lederer ,
Tony Roper , Elaine C. Smith and Jonathan Watson. Music DAVID MCNIVEN
Script editor PHILIP DIFFER Designer IAIN MCDONALD Produced and directed by COUN GILBERT . BBC Scotland
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A celebration of the new sounds of a continent.
'Most people see my country as a place of famine and civil war. But there is another, more enduring side. We are a people with a long history.' Thus singer Aster Aweke introduces the second film in this series. Neither quite African nor Arabic, the contemporary sounds of Ethiopia draw their inspiration from powerful and ancient sources - the mesmeric singing of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church; the subtle and elliptical quality of amharic poetry; and the quick-witted satire of Ethiopia's troubadours, the Azmaris. Ethiopia has been described as being in Africa, but not of it. Eight thousand feet up on its highland plateau, never successfully colonised, it tenaciously holds to its own ways.
Although weary and scarred by the events of recent years, this spirit persists in the unique and haunting beauty of its music.
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A season of films made by the German director in Hollywood. Western Union starring
The year is 1861 and Western Union are constructing what is to be the first transcontinental telegraph system in the US. Opposition to the project comes not only from Sioux
Indians but also from a group of renegade Southerners. This Zane Grey story, a strictly traditional Western, was, unexpectedly, directed by Lang, and is notable for its dramatic use of landscape.
Screenplay by ROBERT CARSON Associate producer HARRY JOE BROWN
Directed by FRITZ LANG
Television presentation by DAVID THOMPSON
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