Northern Ireland's dramatic Causeway Coast.
First in an eight-part series following author and playwright Beryl Bainbridge as she travels around England. Today she sets off from Southampton.
Programmes for young people - some may not be suitable for the very young. Repeats are not separately indicated.
9.00 In the Know (Teletext)
10.18 Music Time (Stereo)
10.40 Job Bank
11.00 Zig Zag
11.22 Thinkabout Science
11.55 West Africa
12.15 History File
1.00 Science in Action
1.20 Forget-Me-Not Farm
1.35 King Rollo
2.00 News and Weather
followed by Storytime
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Eamonn Holmes tries out a family fishing holiday at the Angler's Paradise centre at Halwill Junction in Devon.
Followed by Wild World
How central Australia's desert became green after persistent rain and floods.
Big changes are taking place in rural England. Though less obvious than in industrial areas, they can be just as traumatic to village folk.
A look at the annual pilgrimage that ageing teddy boys and rockabillies make to a holiday camp in deepest
Somerset to pay homage to Bill Haley 's Comets.
Drama starring Zachary Scott
Charismatic financier Horace
Vendig's ruthless climb to power has alienated his family and friends. Now he has one last chance of a new life.
Director Edgar G Ulmer
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Martha Burnside/Mallory Flagg:
Highlights of the sell-out
Goldmother show from the Manchester G-Mex.
The football magazine presented by Simon O'Brien. This week: why do big clubs with multi-million pound players not have qualified physiotherapists on their staff? Standing Room Only joins former England star
Danny Thomas on his first week as a qualified NHS physiotherapist. And ex-PFA Chairman Garth
Crooks has the chance to put last year's FA Cup Final referee Roger Milford on the spot. Series producer Dele Oniya
Why Save the Children? In 1983 the World Health Organisation and Unicef joined forces in a global effort to rid the planet of diphtheria, measles, polio, tuberculosis, whooping cough and tetanus - the diseases that cause most deaths in young children. But can it be done? Is it even wise to save a baby from TB or polio if it is doomed to die later from starvation? This three-part documentary series tells the moving story of the Task
Force for Child Survival filmed in Africa, India, Yemen, South America and Europe as the immunising army moved in. Series producer Gill Barnes
An InCA production for BBCtv
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Lindsay Wagner Chris Sarandon
Bonnie and Craig Wilkerson have everything - a good home, excellent careers and a happy marriage. Everything, that is, except a child, the one thing they really want. When all else fails they arrange the adoption of a young woman's new born daughter and their life seems fulfilled. But what if the mother should change her mind and want the baby back?
Director David Greene
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Tracy (age 1Â½):
Harry Enfield returns with his familiar collection of zany, lovable characters.
Producers Mary Bell and Geoffrey Perkins A Hat Trick production for BBCtv 0 STEREO
With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media show.
The Melbury Road Set
The programme examines the group of artists who built themselves fashionable and expensive studio houses in a well-to-do suburb of Holland Park in West London.