Banking, Money and Machines
A look at the Lorne Leader, a 100-year-old sailing trawler, who is still earning her keep.
Pathe News this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Photographer and construction planner.
A Tomahawk production for BBCtv
told by Matthew Kelly. (Stereo)
Songs about some Javanese animals. (Stereo)
F2 to B4
Who is Matilda working for?
Locks and Box
Cutting corners correctly.
How things made from trees play a vital role.
A Case production for BBCtv
Anneka Rice looks at smoke detectors. (Subtitled)
Timmy Mallett and Anjuu Misra explore religious faiths and beliefs. Today: what about others?
A Buddhist gives Robert food for thought.
How out-of-town superstores utilise land.
Resisting or collaborating during wartime occupation. (Stereo)
Teachers help children build on their understanding of the media. (Stereo)
A Felgate production for BBCtv
Children investigate air pollution. (Stereo)
Followed by Storytime
George Melly looks at work by Toulouse-Lautrec. Rpt
Followed by Songs of Praise
From RAF Scampton, Lines.
Regional News; Weather
Black farce, starring
Terry-Thomas Peter Sellers
Threatened with blackmail, a horrified peer hatches a murderous plot.
Director Mario Zampi
SEE FILMS pages 49-58
Including ponds and knot weed.
It's Christmas with the spooky family. Rpt Subtitled b/w
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Black American sitcom.
6.50pm Standing Room Only Last show in the football magazine series presented by Kevin Allen and Shelley Webb. Series producer Alan Hurndall
7.20pm Dance Energy Lift Off Competition final. Who will get to shoot a professional video for their record and a deal with a major record company? Normski reports on the making of the video and presents the result. Director Liza Brown
Producer Tim Byrne
Another chance to see the Question Time masterclass, starring Nigel Planer producer Caroline Wright
Executive producer Charles Miller
(Postponed from 5 May) Rpt
Continuing the season that examines the workings of the criminal justice system.
The series which pursues the truth by asking professionals what they would do in imaginary scenarios. A Lesson in Crime. An uncontrollable youngster sets out on a life of crime. At each stage in his story, police, social workers, lawyers, magistrates and MPs are asked, "What would you do now?" Finally the youngster crashes into the Home Secretary - role-played by former Home Secretary Kenneth Baker MP. The moderator is Vincent Hanna. Producer Stephen Seidenberg Series editor Robin Kent
Brian Lapping/Granada production for BBCtv
8. 50pm Court In the Act
Archive clips from shows such as The Frost Report and Not the Nine 0 'Clock News reveal some comic moments in court.
Producer Kate Barker Subtitled
9.00pm Bad Company
A powerful two-part drama by Don Shaw based on events following the brutal murder of 13-year-old newspaper boy Carl Bridgewater in 1978. Starring Susan Wooldridge Jonny Lee Miller
1978: a horrific murder at a farmhouse leads to a massive police investigation. An early suspect is ruled out. Four men - two of whom have separately implicated the others - are arrested and charged. The men are sentenced and imprisoned, and that seems to be the end of the case. That is, until a very bizarre occurrence four weeks later. Part 2 is on Wednesday.
Producer Chris Parr Director David Drury
On the campaign trail with journalist Paul Foot
SEE FEATURE page 40
Det Chief Supt Stewart:
Det Chief Insp Watson:
Mr Justice Drake:
Douglas Draycott QC:
Editor Janice Hadlow Stereo
Why do people become addicted to heroin?