Poetry: Language and History
9.00 France Francais: Le Service Militaire 9.15 Teaching Today: Health Education - Active
Strategies 9.45 Watch: People Who Help Us - Health - Hospital
10.00 Look and Read: Skyhunter - Where Is Jackie? 10.20 Around Scotland: Woodlands 10.40 Into Music: Keyboards (stereo) 11.00 DiezTemas: Las Vacaciones
11.15 English Express:
Campaigning 11.35 TV6: Nippon - The Learning Machine - Part 2 (Stereo) 12.00 English File:
Wuthering Heights 12.30 Scene: Dreams and Nightmares 1.00 The Brunei Experience: A Hefty Problem
1.20 Greenclaws 1.35 Pinny's
House 1.40 English Time: The Soul Within - Readingfor Information
2.00 News and Weatherfollowed by Words and Pictures: The ShoppingBasket
With Helen Rollason.
US Tour action from the Doral Ryder Golf Classic at the Doral Resort and Country Club.
A review of the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.
A look back at three days of racing from the National Hunt Festival at Cheltenham, featuring yesterday's Gold Cup. Producer Mark Wilkin Editor Hoddy Wood
3.00pm News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia. ● STEREO
A summer in the life Richard Seabrook
, shepherd and freelance farm worker.
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Brink of Disaster. The head of an international gang tries to interest Jeff Tracy in a deal. * TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
The Sea Devils
Second of a six-part sci-fi adventure from the 1970s.
Starring Jon Pertwee
The Doctor escapes from the Sea Devil and tries to warn
Captain Hart of the danger. Episode written by Malcolm Hulke Producer Barry Letts
Director Michael Bryant
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The magazine for teenagers this week finds out from juvenile offenders how they feel about what they've done and the way they're treated. Plus comedy from Trev and Simon, and a look at unusual modes of transport around Europe. Series producer Roy Milani ● STEREO
The Disappearing Motor Show Every year 150,000 vehicles are stolen to order by professional car thieves. Few are seen again - their identities are changed and many go to a booming overseas market. Reporting from Britain and Spain, Martin Bashir asks why the authorities aren't putting a brake on the business.
Producer Charles Beckett Editor Nigel Chapman
Geoff Hamilton visits Heather Hiley's
garden of hardy annuals. Stephen Lacey reveals the nocturnal habits of some of our most aromatic plants, while Liz Rigbey looks at the current crop of gardening books. Series producer Rosemary Forgan Executive producer Tony Laryea
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Her 1985 comedy series, with Julie Walters , Celia Imrie ,
Patricia Routledge , Duncan Preston and Susie Blake.
Director/Producer Geoff Posner
Otto Dix : a Tale of Two Germanies
"I'll either be famous or infamous," declared the controversial German painter who died in 1969. His subjects range from tranquil landscapes to frenzied sex murders, from brutalised war criminals to religious allegories.
In his lifetime he found little favour on either side of his divided country. He was hauled before the courts on charges of obscenity, and his paintings were burned by the Nazis as being degenerate, and yet he has more recently been hailed as the "last great German artist of our times".
A rena examines the work of an artist who, in the new
Germany, is seen as both an influential and unifying figure. Director Nicola Roberts
Series editors Nigel Finch and Anthony Wall
Jane Thynne of The Daily
Telegraph on the week's press. A Granada production for BBCtv
lain Macwhirter follows the parliamentary committees. Editor Geoffrey Sumner
First showing on network television for this period romance. Starring Helena Bonham-Carter, Michael Maloney
A dissolute young nobleman is rebuffed by an actress.
In Italian with English subtitles. Director Fiorella Infascelli
FILMS: pages 35-42