Living with Technology: UK Power
George Cunningham took up painting as a hobby at the age of 48. Then, one
Christmas Eve, he was made redundant from his job as a die-sinker for a cutlery company and painting became his trade.
Producer John Graham BBC North (R)
(Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.)
Television programmes can give only the illusion of reality. Sequences from
Casualty, The Cuckoo Sister and The Marriage look at the ways in which television directors make it seem real. (R)
The managers of one textile firm, exporting half its output, talk about exchange rates and the price of raw materials which they have to import as part of their sales drive.
Series adviser Peter Maunder Producer Edward Hayward
Science for 5- to 7-year-olds. (R)
An introduction to the world of beliefs with a look at three very different holy places. (R)
Phoenix, Arizona spreads in to the surrounding desert as industry cashes in on the 'pro-business' climate of the Sun Belt. (R)
While Tony Neilson watches a horse at work on Hasholme Carr Farm, Louise Hall-Taylor visits Longdown Dairy Farm, and the children at Foxhills First School make some butter.
Zoe, Kelly and Emma are close friends. When only two of them are invited to a party, their friendship is put to the test. (R)
How racism affects black people, and how black MPs see the way forward. (R)
For over 30 years, investment has been poured into industry in southern Italy. But how much real progress has resulted? (R)
Examining the work of two painters, a photographer, and a graduating fashion designer. (R)
Space in and around the home is discussed by seven very different households. (R)
Michael Rodd looks at the new Japanese management practice of 'just in time'. Its supporters claim cost savings and improvements in product quality.
Told by Paul Nicholas. Cartoon by Eric Hill
Animation Leo Beltoft
Production Clive Juster (R)
Story: Sunday Afternoon by Peter Bonnici.
Illustrations: Lisa Kopper. Storytellers: Perminderpal Gill and Brian Jameson.
With Floella Benjamin.
Musical director Richard Brown Producer Sheila Fraser Executive producer Cynthia Felgate (R)
A look at statistical distributions. (R)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
The monthly magazine programme with sign language and subtitles.
An exploration of the skills involved in the thatcher's craft. (R)
John Thirlwell's view of St Petersburg Beach, Florida.
(First shown in 'The Travel Show')
Including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Presenter: Vivian White.
Commentator Brian Curtois.
Starring Paul Michael Glaser, David Soul
Starsky is guilt-stricken when he accidentally blinds a young art student - but their subsequent friendship blinds him to danger. (R)
During the 80s we imitated everything - it was the age of parody. Novelist and rock biographer Philip Norman takes a look at British lifestyle in the last ten years.
BBC Bristol (R)
Including a report from the Floralies flower show in Ghent, Belgium.
With Geoff Hamilton and Nigel Colbom.
W GARDENING: page 81
Starring Fred Allen, Jack Benny
American radio comedian Fred Allen plays a flea circus operator who gets involved in a series of crazy adventures.
FILMS: pages 17-21
The classic comedy series starring Phil Silvers
Sgt Bilko takes a financial beating when he invests his platoon's money in a transport business. (R)
The last in a series of six programmes looking beyond the barrack gates at family life in the army.
Leaving the security of the services can be difficult.
Infantry soldiers are not trained to do civilian jobs and it can be lonely outside the regimental family.
John is a major. When he leaves the army he will be emigrating to Australia with his family. He has not got a job to go to.
Bernard's new job is home from home - he's the senior staff instructor to the cadet corps of a public school. He can still wear uniform and for company there's always the British Legion.
Army Lives follows three families as they prepare to face civvy street.
Interest in classic cars has never been greater and the prices they fetch have never been higher. William Woollard reports from the International Classic and Sportscar Show and Sue Baker asks whether the bubble of inflated values is about to burst. Chris Goffey tests two cars from less well-known Japanese manufacturers, the Subaru Legacy and Daihatsu Applause.
BBC Pebble Mill
A comedy written by Richard Cottan and Christopher Douglas. Rising proudly above the decay of the inner-city and dominating the desolate landscape between the Town Hall and Wat Tyler Infants' School stands the last bridgehead against the remorseless march of Thatcherism - the Tygo Road Community Centre.
A Pola Jones Film production for BBCtv
Will a journalist steal a document from a minister? Will a civil servant ever leak information to a journalist? When will the Government be economical with the truth?
Professor Charles Nesson of the Harvard Law School questions, among others, George Younger, MP, former Secretary of State for Defence; Paul Fox, Managing Director, BBC Network Television; Sir Patrick Naime, former Permanent Secretary,
Cabinet Office; Jon Snow, reporter and newscaster, ITN, and Peter Preston, editor, The Guardian.
Producer Robin Kent
('Television in the Market' on Thursday at 9.30pm)
With Peter Snow.
The arts and media show.
Silver: a Source of Power
Colin Cunningham assesses the contribution of silver mining to Imperial Athens.