Presenter: Peter Mayne.
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The Lough and the Lignite (e)
Imaging and Generating
(Shoum on Monday at 11.20am) (e)
I Wonder Why...?
Seismic and volcanic activity. (R) (e)
Tropical Rainforests The Living Forest.
The Way People Talk followed by Girls About Boys - Boys About Girls
Dental Surgery Assistant followed by Dental Technician
The Risky Business of Food Doubt and uncertainty has developed about the food we eat - salmonella in the poultry flocks, listeria lurking on the chilled food shelves and irradiated food in shops.
Despite the efforts of the food industry to prevent contamination, food poisoning is rising to record levels. Just how safe is our food?
Presenter: Rob Curling. Producer MIKE DICK (e)
Teaching Science in the Primary School
1: Help with Attainment Target 1.
A new Inset series based on Science Workshop. Presented by Carol Vorderman.
Produced by MICHAEL COYLE (e)
With Iain Lauchlan and Jane Hardy
Music by RICHARD BROWN Puppets by JOANNE COLE Graphics CLARE BEATON
Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)
Weather followed by Watch
Peter and the Wolf
James Earl Adiar and Louise Hall-Taylor investigate the sounds made by vibrating strings. (R) (e)
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of today's business in Parliament including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Presented by Vivian White.
Commentator: Brian Curtois.
Anagram: no cat can lose.
Clue: east of England town. Answer - See today's programme.
Host: Paul Coia.
Five new ways of looking at what's happening this week. Today, Paul Boateng and Jeffrey Archer are joined by guests with conflicting views on controversies of the week. Producer JANE BERTHOUD
A Portrait of Lake Dal, Kashmir.
A paradise for the Kashmiris who grow flowers and vegetables on its floating gardens and for the thousands of tourists who take to its famous houseboats.
Producer PETER MONTAGNON (R)
( Shown on Monday at 8.1 0pm)
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The legendary 1973 concert given by David Bowie. At the end of a highly successful world tour, rock star David Bowie - then adopting the flamboyant and exotic persona of Ziggy Stardust - announced his retirement from the stage. This memorable final concert at the Hammersmith Odeon was filmed by D.A. Pennebaker , famous for such 60s rock documentaries as Don't Look
Back and Monterey Pop. The 17 songs performed in this classic Bowie concert include such favourites as Ziggy Stardust, Oh You Pretty
Things, Changes, Time,
Suffragette City, and Rock 'n' Suicide. On stage he is backed by the Spiders from Mars - Mick Ronson ,
Mick Woodmansey and Trevor Bolder.
Produced and directed by D.A. PENNEBAKER
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A World That Watches
In the second of two award-winning anthropological films about the Koyukon people, the tribe emerges from the long cold winter. By June, the river has melted, the midges are swarming. The Alaskan summer has arrived; nature is alive again - and watching.
The signs of renewal draw the Koyukon together - to give thanks. They combine a simple Christianity with a traditional belief in an omnipotent nature. For them, nature is not so much governed by God, nature is God.
Summer is a busy time; fishing, gathering berries, visiting friends and, above all, hunting for meat to store for the winter. But, by mid-
September, the willows are turning a brilliant yellow, the geese are flying south, the air has an edge.
Winter is blowing in again. Narrated by John Ridgway. Produced and filmed by MARK BADGER
Series editor TIM SLESSOR
How will the 80s be understood in 30, 40, 50 years time? Six personal guesses at how future generations may interpret the last ten years. Bringing Up Daddy
The image-makers of the last decade offered us the 'new man', cradling a tiny babe in his musclebound arms; the macho man with the marshmallow centre. But does the image reflect reality? Author Angela Phillips argues that the 80s obsession with work and money has kept men away from their families. The 1980s has put fatherhood in the picture. But for an ever increasing number of children a picture is all there is - their daddy isn't home.
Series producer SAM ORGAN Producer MARK HARRISON BBC Bristol
Full Frontal Nudity
Including a complaint registered with a pet shop in Bolton regarding a deceased feathered vertebrate.
Written by and starring Graham Chapman
John Cleese , Eric Idle
Terry Jones , Michael Palin and Terry Gilliam.
Produced by 1AN MCNAUGHTON (R)
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The latest Frank Cvitanovich film follows the bizarre story of a husband and wife who boldly decide to start up an airline. Suckling Airways, the UK's smallest international airline, has one 20-seater plane and operates two daily flights from Cambridge to Manchester and Amsterdam.
Staff are on first-name terms with passengers, in-flight meals are prepared at home, and air hostesses must be under five foot three,
'otherwise they would end up with a back problem!'
Producer FRANK CVITANOVlCH
Editor 40 Minutes CAROLINE PICK
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By Jim Cartwright.
When June receives a cassette from her wartime GI lover it stirs up memories and feelings that she's been trying to suppress for 40 years.
'You made me feel I was in the movies, how was I supposed to get back to normal life after that?'
Marjorie Yates as June. Designer BUFFY KIM
Photography BARRY MCCANN Director JOHN STRICKLAND BBC Elstree
Presented by Donald MacCormick
The arts and media magazine. Film directors CARROLL MOORE and ALEX GRAHAM