Joseph Wright of Derby
Presented by Brian Curtois.
Programmes for schools. Some may be unsuitable for the young.
Training mind and body. (R)
The story of Moses: the crossing of the Red Sea. (R)
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How much do young people drink? (R)
Series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
6: Tokyo's housing problems. (R)
A young deer in the New Forest.
Sammy tries to make new friends. (R)
Problems for 10- to 12-year-olds. (R)
Schoolchildren create masks. (R)
Science for 5- to 7-year-olds. (R)
Television in the secondary classroom. (R)
Green Claws can't decide what to wear to a fancy dress party. (R)
Weather followed by Words and Pictures
Today: Oscar Got the Blame.
Thora Hird introduces more of your hymn requests.
(Shown yesterday at 6.40pm on BBC
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John Thirwell 's personal view of Alghero in Sardinia. (R)
(Tomorrow: Trier, West Germany)
A lighthearted look at London's dark nether-world. Director Colin Luke
Producer Brian Branston
Bruce Brown , one of advertising's star photographers, had to spend 13 months in hospital with a fractured spine, where 'excitement was watching television and having the occasional grape'.
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Geoff Hamilton visits a colourful
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Starring Humphrey Bogart
When unemployed sports writer
Eddie Willis goes to work for boxing promoter Nick Benko he finds the fight game can be a vicious racket.
Director Mark Robson
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The topical programme covering Asian affairs.
Series producer Charles Bruce Editor Narendhra Morar
Harvest Time. Margaret Vaughan continues her crusade to convert the British palate by exploring
London's markets where the city's winemakers find a fabulous year-round assortment of ingredients. Producer Andy Kemp
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Argentina v Romania (Group B) Live coverage of the whole match from Naples, plus the latest news from the other final Group B match, Cameroon v Soviet Union.
Argentina, the holders, once again bring Diego Maradona back to the home of his club side and Italian champions, Napoli. Romania, freed from political persecution off the field, aim to make their sporting footprint on it. Commentary by John Motson and Bobby Chariton , with Jimmy Hill and Kenny Dalglish.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Nunn's 'Othello'. Trevor Nunn 's own television adaptation of his
Young Vic production of Othello will be shown on BBC2 next Saturday. He talks to The Late Show about the challenges of bringing Shakespeare to the screen.
Editor Roland Keating
Presented by Peter Snow.
The distinguished American broadcaster begins a series of stimulating interviews exploring the ideas and values of the USA.
1: Dr Maxine Singer. President of the Carnegie Institute in Washington and a leading figure in human genetic research, Dr Singer discusses the moral and ethical limits to such research and reflects on her own life as a scientist. Producer Roger Stott
(Tomorrow: Dr Berry Brazelton )
A short run of comedy monologues. The Man / Was starring Chris Lynam
A celebrity reminisces about the days when he was an unsuccessful but loved street performer.
Writers Paddy Fletcher and Chris Lynam Producer Juliet Blake
(Tomorrow. 'Dead Good Friends)
The Victorian High Church