Is Social Science Really Necessary?
9.45am Encounter Austria
The Bodybuilding World Championships in Graz (e)
10.00am Maths at Work: Programme 3. (e)
To Make the Pattern Fit
followed by: 1 Across, 1 Down (e)
10.40am Investigating Science: Observation
Have You Ever Noticed? (e)
11.00am Landmarks: Children at War: Occupation. (e)
11.20am Soviet Union: Steel Town (e)
11.40am MI 10
Pascal's Triangle II
followed by Mazes (e)
12.03pm Job Bank: Moving House (e)
12.25pm Issues: China - a Great Leap Backwards?
This week, the People's Republic of China celebrates its 40th anniversary. Five months ago, hundreds of thousands of students took to the streets of Peking in a call for democracy and freedom. This call was met by army bullets. Today's programme traces these upheavals and their consequences. (e)
12.50pm Inset: Television in the Primary Classroom (e)
1.20pm Charlie Chalk (R)
1.40pm Music Time: Wooden Sounds (e)
2.00pm News, Weather followed by:
Watch: Movement: from Here to There (e)
Created, designed and produced by (Charlie Chalk):
The afternoon session from the Labour Party Conference including the final debates on Labour's Policy Review and future strategy. Presented by David Dimbleby , Vivian White and Ian Smith. Editor JAMES HOGAN including at
3.00pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Gorilla Safari with Kathy Tayler.
Director claire RILEY (R)
President's plane crashes, apparently killing all on board.
Screenplay by MARK CARLINER and ERNEST KINOY
Based on the novel by ROBERT J. SERLING
Produced by MARK CARUNER Directed by DARYL DUKE
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David Dimbleby presents news and analysis.
Vivian White reports. Production assistant JOSEPHINE SHEPPARD
OB producer NEIL ECCLES Engineering managers GEOFFREY TAYLOR and GEOFFREY HIGGS Editor JAMES HOGAN
Presented by Peter Thoday with Harry Dodson. November
Music by PAUL READE
Film editor CHRIS ORRELL Producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol (R)
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Pools of Clay Andrew Cooper explores the natural history of a remarkable wetland. A major mining operation has created a freshwater wilderness, the setting for a life and death battle between swans, the home of predatory pike and the striking underwater world of the kingfisher.
Photographed and produced by ANDREW COOPER
Film editors ROD THOMAS and JUSTIN SMITH
Executive producer DAVID SPIRES
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William Woollard and Tony Mason report from Brands Hatch at the end of the Autoglass Tour of Britain on the success of this newly revived event.
Chris Goffey assesses the chances of Skoda's new front-drive model, the Favorit, improving the company image.
This week, the Department of Transport introduces a new pursuit test for learner motorcyclists. Tom Boswell looks into the way motorcyclists are trained. Producer KEN POLLOCK Editor TOM Ross BBC Pebble Mill
The Butler Did It
Can fearless Frank Drebin find a kidnapped heiress? Written by PAT PROFT Directed by GEORG STANFORD BROWN
Detective Frank Drebin:
For those opposed to the use of animals in research, the pain and suffering inflicted is unnecessary, unjustifiable and morally wrong. But every year. some three-and-a half-million animals are used in laboratory experiments.
The scientists involved have become targets of verbal abuse and physical violence. Is their suffering necessary? Ian Breach presents a Natural Concern special. Producer GARY JOHNSTON
Executive producer HOWARD PERKS BBC South West
Each year in Belfast 3.000 cars are stolen for joyriding. Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Director BRUCE ROBERTSON A LIFS production for BBCtv
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Issues and performances. Film directors
JANICE HADLOW and CARROLL MOORE Producer JAMIE MUIR
Mainframes and Micros Unite Producer DAVID SAUNDERS