Science: Volcanic Iceland
Yesterday's proceedings presented by Brian Curtois.
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In the mid 1980s, 1,690,000 people were living on a low income in Scotland. What does this mean to a family?
Commentator: James Hunter. Producer Laurie Stanley BBC Scotland (R)
10: The Great North Run gets underway.
(Shoum on Tuesday at 10.1 5am)
Seals on the Scottish coast. Producer Allan Jack BBC Scotland
Music and Actions
A series for 9- to 11-year-olds.
The Logokids show Timmy Mallett how a recursive procedure is like the house that Jack built, or a picture of a picture of a picture. The possibilities are endless. (R)
A look at animals' markings.
The second of a two-part story by Grazyna Monvid.
Bridget has told the police about the sexual abuse she's suffered from her dad since she was nine. But her action doesn't please everyone.
Editor Kate Evans
Producer/Director Roger Tonge
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Writers, actors, directors and readers talk about the creative process leading to four very different language 'performances': the poetry of Maya Angelou , Pride and Prejudice, Alan Bennett 's Talking Heads and Romeo and Juliet.
Producer Susie Nott-Bower Series producer Paul Ashton
If it hadn't been for the hare's super fast lawn mower, there might never have been a race. Narrated by Tom Baker.
Sam is all set to become the 'Best Inventor in Wales'. (R)
A look at school stories past and present. (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
A preview of the weekend's Open University programmes.
Introduced by David Icke.
Action from this week's World Cup warm-ups, including England v Brazil, and from past World Cup winners. Bobby Moore looks back on 1966, and forward to how England might repeat that success this year.
The opening rounds of the World Rally Championship from Monte Carlo and Portugal. And from Brands Hatch, the first round of the Honda CRX Challenge saloon car championship. Television presentation Motor Sport BHP
Studio director Mark Wilkin Produced by Philip Bemie
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50-4.00pm News; Weather Regional News and Weather
A documentary biography by James Cameron.
The story of one of the greatest popular entertainers of all time is as remarkable as any of his fictions. Born in 1875, the illegitimate son of a small-time actress, he became a newspaper seller, medical orderly, poet, war correspondent, tipster, novelist, dramatist, film-maker, racehorse owner, impresario, politician. He made fortunes and spent them again - on the stage and the turf. He died in Hollywood, while writing King Kong. He was larger than life. Including contributions from Lord
Cudlipp, Dorothy Dickson , John Gielgud ,
Cathleen Nesbitt , Carol Reed , Alastair Sim and Emlyn Williams. Producer Edward Mirzoeff (R)
Celebrating creative talent in the North of England.
How did the long-running miners' strike affect the wives of the men involved?
Playwright Margaret Pine moved into a mining community - Easington in County Durham - absorbing the atmosphere of pickets, scabs and soup kitchens to gain material for her play reflecting the changes brought about by the dispute.
Producer Sue Durkan
This week's programme features items on road safety in Britain and Louise Aitken-Walker 's challenge for the Ladies' World Rallying Championship title.
With William Woollard
Chris Goffey and Tony Mason.
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0 COMPETITION: next week, a chance to drive in a world-class rally with the Radio Times Rally Quest 90 Competition.
Gregory Peck Win Min Than
1945: in the sweltering heat of the Burmese jungle the officers and men of an RAF station are increasingly disturbed by the strange behaviour of Squadron Leader Forrester. After meeting Anna, a beautiful
Burmese girl, he is seemingly a changed man. But his life takes a nightmare turn when a routine flight to a nearby base is struck by disaster.
Miss McNab Brenda De Banzie Screenplay by Eric Ambler from the novel by H E Bates Director Robert Parrish
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Ian Hislop , editor of Private Eye, casts a critical eye over the week's press. Director Eric Harrison Producer Michael Ryan
A Granada Television production for BBCtv
The fifth in a series of programmes exploring local history in the south and east. The Icknield Way
One of Britain's oldest and most mysterious roads, the Icknield Way, runs along the chalk spine of southern England. Tony Gregory, archaeologist and author, follows the route taken by First World War poet
Edward Thomas in 1911. Starting at Thetford in Norfolk and ending near Swindon in Wiltshire, his walk follows 150 miles through eight counties and 5,000 years of history.
Series producer Denis Moriarty Producer Emma De 'Ath
BBC South and East - Elstree
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Teenage patients face adolescence and chronic disease; a nun faces a challenge to her beliefs and her femininity; a parent watches her child suffer daily; they are all living with cancer.
Sally Hurton explores the experience of cancer and the partnership between the patients and their ally in the battle against the major disease of our time - the cancer nurse.
Director Robert James Producer Rex Deny
Best of British Films and Television production for BBCtv (R)
Keith Wiley is the young, dynamic curator of the Fortesque Garden Trust in Devon. His imaginative creations are an inspiration. With Geoff Hamilton
Nigel Colbom and Diane Kemp.
Series producer Mark Kershaw Editor Dennis Adams BBC Pebble Mill
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By and with Stephen Fry Hugh Laurie
Tom gets a surprise when Irene reveals her treachery, and the arrival of Duncan's new legs causes Bob's affair with Martin to reach flash point.
Production Roger Ordish and Nick Symons
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The English Rose
The term 'English rose' conjures up a variety of images which fall somewhere between the delicate pink roses of high summer and the fair complexion of a young girl. Either way, the term is synonymous with beauty and innocence, and through the centuries has been absorbed into our heritage. Arena goes in search of the perfect English rose in a journey through fact and fairy tale, history, religion and the back garden. Are we looking for a girl or a perfect exhibition bloom?
Jack Harkness , OBE, breeder and rose grower; Don Charlton , rose-growing champion; Barbara Daly , make-up artist and creator of 'the face' of Princess Diana for her wedding; Cyril Fletcher and Jane Asher , both of whom have given their names to famous roses. Director Mary Dickinson
Series editors Anthony Wall and Nigel Finch
Duke Ellington was the most important composer in jazz history basing his orchestral works on his distinctive piano style. Tonight's session was originally shown on the first evening that BBC2 was transmitted in April 1964. Presenter: Mick Hucknall. Original material produced by Yvonne Littlewood
Series producer Sharon Ali
Starring George Segal Tom Courtenay
The war in the east is drawing to its close but to the prisoners of war trying to survive in Changi Prison freedom seems far away.
Director Bryan Forbes
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