7.10 Physical Chemistry: Ammonia Synthesis 5872129 7.35 IT in Bank Training
The Old Gaffers. The race for old working boats on the east coast. Rpt
Pathé News this week in 1953. A Gnffin production for BBCtv
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00am Lifeschool Special How tourism has led to the exploitation of children in the Third World.
Animated film of life in a fictitious 13th-century castle in North Wales.
A story about a balloon in search of a rainbow.
Ellis Ward goes abseiling on an activity holiday.
Javanese singing and dancing.
School children investigate
Anneka Rice advises on water safety. Subtitled
When the WindBlows. Will storms in Britain be worse in the future?
Mexican style rodeos and modern dance.
Life Begins. Why both a man and a woman are necessary for a baby to be conceived.
Is Sally really getting a personal stereo, or is she lying?
Teachers explain how they use BBC school radio broadcasts.
Animation narrated by Ray Brooks
Earthwatch. Environmental concern brings children together.
Followed by Storytime
The skills involved in making stained glass. Rpt
This week, Stephanie Cole.
A Griffin production for BBCtv
Regional News; Weather
Thriller starring Richard Todd
Heiress Kim Prescott begins to doubt her sanity when her brother, presumed killed, arrives to claim his inheritance.
Director Michael Anderson (1957)
SEE FILMS pages 43-50
Peter Seabrook visits Bullwick
Including: a beautiful garden made for just a few pence.
In March this year, four schoolchildren on an outdoor education course died after a canoe trip in Lyme Bay in Dorset went tragically wrong. But could their deaths have been prevented? Reporter Sally Mountjoy examines disturbing allegations that safety standards at the centre were inadequate. Does the industry now urgently need regulation?
Producer Simon Willis
A showcase for singers of opera and lieder on the threshold of professional careers, this is the sixth in BBC Wales's biennial competition. During this week,
25 singers will take to the stage ; at St David's Hall and submit their performances to the scrutiny of a jury that includes Joan Sutherland and Marilyn
1 Home. Judging by the success of previous winners, an international career is virtually j guaranteed to the victor. i Highlights of the preliminary rounds will be shown each
I evening this week, with the final I broadcast live next Saturday.
Among tonight's five singers is Scotland's entrant, mezzo-soprano Elizabeth McCormack ; all are accompanied by the Orchestra of Welsh National
Opera conducted by Carlo Rizzi. Producer Christina Macaulay Series editor Hilary Boulding
Event sponsored by British Petroleum
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Spoilt for Choice
The Parents' Charter tells parents they have the right to choose the school they want for their children. This programme follows six parents in the London Borough of Hillingdon as they apply to secondary schools and wait to receive offers of a place. Director Andrew Bethell
A Double Exposure production for BBCtv
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A Vital Poison
The strange story of how researchers discovered that a lethal gas, nitric oxide, was behind some of the most basic functions of our bodies.
Producer Tim Haines
Series editor Jana Bennett
V Is for Vicars. Pastors, parsons and prelates with eccentric enthusiasms.
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff Producer Andrew Gosling
FILM Drama of contemporary life starring
Deborra-Lee Fumess Dissatisfied with her life, Carol takes her daughter away to a sleazy existence in Melbourne.
Director Brian Trenchard-Smith (1984)
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First of four nightly programmes examining how recent events have affected Italian culture.
Tonight: Sarah Dunant explores the new role of Italian magistrate as hero. Editor Janice Hadlow
Improving a company's equal opportunities policy.