6.45 Social Problems and Social
Welfare 7.10 Montgeoffroy: Life in a Chateau
The history and development of the firearm.
An angler's personal record.
The conference opens in Bournemouth with debates on the equality of women and on the citizen's relationship with the institutions of the European Community. The morning ends with an address by the party's president, Charles Kennedy , MP. Presented by Donald MacCormick and Vivian White with Ian Smith.
Editor Barbara Maxwell
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Presented by Tony Soper.
Followed by Songs of Praise
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Portugal's seafaring history.
Followed by The Little World of the Little Pony
The Shetland pony. (Rpt;
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
The decisive show jumping phase in the European
Three-Day Event Championship from Punchestown, Ireland.
Commentary by Mike Tucker and Raymond Brooks-Ward .
How a missing persons' inquiry became the biggest murder hunt in Jersey's history. Russe)) Labey reports. Narrated by John Nettles. Producer Deborah Van B !shop fRpt) t
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Chief of the Kiowa, goes on a brutal warpath and wants the half-Indian son of the Burton family, Pacer, to join him.
Director Don Siege )
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Personal reflections on the best of 20th-century British architecture.
Architect Sir Norman Foster takes a look at the jumbo jet. (Repeat)
Life in Britain, France and Germany from 1900-50, seen through the eyes of amateur film enthusiasts.
That Happy Moment, 1922-45 The concerns, preoccupations and emotional moments preserved forever by home movie enthusiasts. Narrated by Ray Brooks.
Producer Atfred Behrens
A Th!rd Eye production for BBCtv
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First showing on network television of this comedy starring Barbara Eden
At a charity lunch, Kathy says that she works at 'the market'.
It's true - she works on the till, but everyone assumes she means the Stock Market!
Director Robert Lewis
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Another chance to see Harry Enfietd 's comedy series introducing a cast of thousands. Inctuding the 'You Don't Want to Do That' father-in-taw with a getting jumper and a bad attitude and Lawman, wieider of the might sword of Dobber.
Director John Birkin
Producers Mary Bell and Geoffrey Reruns A Hat Trick production for BBCtv ● STEREO
The background to the day's top stories.
The live four-nights-a-week magazine programme returns with features, opinion, performance, discussions and reviews from the world of media, arts and culture.
This week's items include a quirky look at the current Japanese fad for 'retro-design', an assessment of the ethics of drama-documentaries like Wednesday's Thatcher: the Final Days (ITV), a profile of playwright-turned-film director Stephen Poliakoff and, on Thursday, the story of the prisoners who are making opera in Wakefield Maximum Security Prison. And The Late Show soon goes Stateside with the first of a monthly edition broadcast from America. Presented by Sarah Dunant.
Rurat Life: tmage and Reatity
Victorian landowners created idea! villages on their estates. Why did they do this? How did they compare with non-estate villages?