Social Scientists at Work
The history and development of the firearm. A clergyman's invention paved the way for the modern gun.
The Pilgrims' Way from
Winchester to Canterbury.
Today a visit to Jane Austen 's village of Chawton.
Derek Law's angling year.
Fishing for tench, perch and sea trout in the summer.
The third day of the Liberal
Democrats Conference starts with emergency motions including one critical of Lord Hanson's bid to take over ICI.
With Donald MacCormick ,
Vivian White and Ian Smith.
An American comedy series.
Teddy Gets a Guru. Teddy and Al battle to reach greater heights of cosmic consciousness.
The last of the series on the pleasures of birdwatching. (Rpr;
Followed by Holiday Outings
A report on Vienna as it celebrates the 200th anniversary of Mozart.
Featuring a debate on a motion, critical of the Government's NHS Trusts.
Documentary on families building their own homes.
John Tovey continues his series of cookery lessons. This week he demonstrates how to cook a celebration dinner.
Director David Wheeler
Producer Christine Truran
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BBC2's extensive coverage of the World Gymnastics
Championships from the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, USA, begins here and runs through until Monday. Today the men's team events start.
The Soviet Union are favourites but they can expect a fierce challenge from the Chinese, Japanese and Americans. The championships also act as a qualification for the Olympic Games and a good performance could well earn the British team a place in Barcelona. Introduced by Barry Davies , with commentary by Mitch Fenner.
Rough Guide to Careers: Rough Guide to Money
Raj Dhanda and Danielle Lux provide advice on jobs in finance, whether you want to be an accountant, a croupier, a stockbroker or an auctioneer.
Comedian Tony Slattery talks about fund-raising, boxer Michael Watson about merchandising, and Shami Ahmed , founder of the Joe Bloggs fashion label, on how to make it in business.
Director Amanda Rubin
Series producer Sebastian Scott
A Diverse production for BBCtv
7.40pm Gimme Eight: So, what's cool in Tokyo?
Lisa I'Anson checks out the Japanese music programme Mega Rock Show.
Executive producer Man Beynon Owen
The last in the series exploring aviation history.
The Adventure of Flight. Why do people fly? What is it about flight that has fascinated man for centuries? Narrated by Anthony Quayle.
Producer Tony Salmon ● STEREO
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This new BBC film written and performed by South African satirist
Pieter-Dirk Uys , is a 'video postcard' to the British Prime Minister from one Mrs Evita
Bezuidenhout, South African ambassador to the fictitious black homeland of Bapetikosweti. Relishing his opportunities to satirise both the 'new' and the old South
Africa, Dirk Uys delivers a lesson in history.
Producer/Director Francis Gerard A TOTFM production for BBCtv
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Continuing the season of graduation films with a National Film School production. A man goes to Italy to register his mother's death. With
Guilio Brogi and Enrica Maria Modugno. Producers Gabnela Enis and Carlos Toscana
Written and directed by Ariel Piluso
Dorothy the Graduate
Recollections of university life after the First World War, by Dorothy Marshal.
Producer Angela Holdsworth
The day's top news reports.
News from the world of the arts and media.
Engineering Mechanics: Designing a Lift