Yesterday's proceedings presented by Peter Mayne.
Programmes for schools. Some may be unsuitable for the young.
For over 30 years there has been a huge investment in the development of industry in southern Italy. But how much real progress has come out of this? (R)
Steel workers and their families living in Novokuznetsk, west Siberia reveal their anxieties about the medical problems caused by the toxic gases coming from the town's steel mill. (R)
The uses of redundant farmland.
1: Growing. With in-vision subtitles for hearing-impaired children.
How reliable are microelectronic devices?
Today's story is The Bear's Water Picnic. It's a nice day for boating and pig, squirrel, hen and hedgehog join bear for a picnic on his raft. Presented by Johnny Morris. Producer Moyra Gambleton
A Ragdoll production for BBCtv
1: The epic tale of The Ramayana. (R)
Suggested solutions to the statistics problem posed on Monday at 11.40am. (R)
How a microcomputer can be used to control a puppet theatre.
An exploration of the world of aesthetics and design. (R)
Kick Boxer. The dramatised true story of Dork Or who quit his village in Thailand for a livelihood in the boxing rings of Bangkok. (R)
I'm the King of the Castle. A bitter struggle for power between two 11 -year-old boys. When
Charles Kingshow arrives at his house with his mother, the new housekeeper, Edmund Hooper finds ingenious ways of tormenting the newcomer. Susan Hill discusses some of the issues the story raises. (R)
Norman's dream of making 'the pongiest stink bomb in the world' backfires when Dilys sticks her nose into his laboratory. Cartoon narrated by John Alderton. (R)
People who persuade for a living talk about their techniques. (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
A preview of this weekend's Open University programmes.
The Stella Artois Championships from the Queen's Club, London. Ivan Lendl, defending champion and No 1 seed, didn't play in Paris this year in order to concentrate on grass and that elusive Wimbledon title. Today you can assess his form in the quarter-finals.
Introduced by Harry Carpenter.
Commentators Dan Maskell , John Barrett and Mark Cox.
World Cup Grandstand
Highlights of the first-half action plus the second half live at 4.30pm* of the all-European clash between Austria and Czechoslovakia. This Group A match from Florence, sees two countries who would never realistically expect to win the ultimate prize but will certainly be looking to reach the latter stages of the competition. Tony Gubba and Bobby Charlton commentate. Ray Wilkins and Garth Crooks add opinion. Introduced by Bob Wilson.
3.00pm News and Weather
A look back at the events of the week as they were reported in the national press. Presented by Peter McKay of the London Evening Standard.
A Granada TV production for BBCtv
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Drug Free. For the first time television cameras have had access to the work of Britain's leading unit for drug dependence the Maudsley Hospital. Reporter Antonia Higgs reveals the pioneering research in addiction treatment, the role of nurses and doctors in helping patients to detoxify, and the continuing daily battle both in the hospital and on the streets to keep them drug-free.
Producer Antonia Higgs
Series producer Peter Lowe (R)
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Suicide - Young Men at Risk. For every murder in this country there are 25 suicides; 5,000 people a year take their own life. While the overall rate of suicide has hardly changed in the last ten years, the rate for young men has almost doubled and that for young women has actually gone down. Tonight Public Eye examines the reasons why young men seem increasingly prone to suicide and asks what can be done to stop the upward trend. Presented by Peter Taylor with Clare Harrison. Producer Valerie Kaye Editor Nigel Chapman
Geoff Hamilton visits the exposed Yorkshire garden of John Williams who treats his soil like a canvas:
'Gardens are like paintings - full of colour and form,' he says. With Anne Swithinbank. Series producer Mark Kershaw Editor Dennis Adams
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A comedy series featuring Gregor Fisher , Andy Gray , Helen Lederer , Tony Roper , Elaine C Smith ,
Jonathan Watson and John Sparkes. Director/Producer Colin Gilbert (R) o CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Six films about artists struggling for the future of their homelands, often in the teeth of opposition.
Indonesia. Mochtar Lubis and W S
Rendra are two writers whose work has brought them into conflict with the state. Both have been jailed and their work banned for its outspoken criticism of the government. Lubis, born in Sumatra in 1922, was one of the early freedom fighters for independence from Dutch Colonial rule. Journalist, novelist and publisher, he is an international figure whose work has been widely translated. Rendra was born in Java in 1935. He is one of the central figures of Indonesian cultural life. Poet, playwright, actor and critic, Rendra is a 'poet of protest' who performs his work in public and has a huge popular following. Producer Julia Cave
Series producer Diana Lashmore
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Who Am /? Is existing like breathing, only quieter? Is there more than one 'I' in each of us? What does the idea 'self' do for us? Uncertainties samples the new ideas of today's thinkers. Narrated by Bob Peck. Director Steven Billinger
A Diverse production for BBCtv (R)
Three macabre 'conversations' animated by surrealist
Jan Svankmajer exploring Dimensions of Dialogue. (R)
In wartime Slovakia a carpenter is placed in an impossible position. Despite his opposition to the pro-Nazi regime, Tono is made the 'Aryan' proprietor of a haberdashery. The former owner, an old Jewish woman, is unable to grasp the situation. This touching tragi-comedy won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film in 1965. Director Jan Kadar
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