Music selected by Michael Ford BBC Birmingham. Stereo
Producers ALLAN WRIGHT andTMFINNEY
The programme which takes you into the countryside. Producer uzrigbey
with Johnston McKay
Mike Gilliam talks to Alan Titchmarsh
Barry Norman settles into the critic's chair as the opening titles roll on the football season.
The Road to Mexico: an epic contest of passion, rivalry and greed played out for high stakes. Also a location report from Edgbaston on the latest remake of The Ashes and our man in Moscow previews the European version of Chariots of Fire, a two-part thriller set in the Lenin Stadium. Gaffer Dave Gordon.
3: The Glamour of the Camera
Commercial photographer Peter Myers talks about his appetising food pictures. Confused by the choice of films for your camera? Ron Spillman explains.
Written and presented by Ken Blakeson
Producer GEOFFREY HEWITT BBC Birmingham (R)
Michael Woodhead talks to
Hank Wangford , the country and western singer.
Producer GUDRUN DALIBOR (R)
with Linda Christmas Producer MAGGIE REDFERN
Anthony Howard , Deputy
Editor of The Observer, joins the Chairman of the Conservative Party. The Rt Hon
John Gummer , mp, at his west London home to talk about the things he enjoys doing when he can escape from the pressures of Parliament and Central Office. Producer JUUAN COLES
with Margaret Howard Stereo
Producer ZAREER MASANI
Presented by Jeanine McMullen (Details on Monday at 10.0 am)
(Details on Monday at 6. 30pm) Stereo
Frank Delaney has been in search of tales, wherever they are told.
3: The Story-Telling Society Producer ANNE BROWN BBC Birmingham (R)
Modes of Discourse by TERENCE LEWIS
Families often have difficulties in speaking to each other and when Mum has a stroke the problems of communication become acute. Registrar geoffreycoluns
With HELEN ATKINSON WOOD. MAGGIE MCCARTHY and NARISSA KNIGHTS Directed by JANE MORGAN (R) Stereo
3.0 Regional Arts A series of eight programmes on the arts outside London 3: Opera and Dance Opera and ballet are often considered somewhat elitist forms of entertainment, yet new companies are filling halls all over the country. DEREK PARKER talks to dancers and singers about their audiences. Producers DENNIS SIMMONS and MICHAEL LAWTON
3.30 Back on Course This week MARGARET KORVING meets ex-steel workers in Rotherham and new graduates converting to electronics at the Polytechnic of Wales; and visits Shrewsbury which offers one-and two-year courses in furniture craft and design.
4.0 Brainwaves In the first of six weekly magazines, MARGARET PERCY examines the changing world of education.
4.30 Euromagazine A series of reports in Spanish, French, German and Italian Deutsche Ausgabe (2) Stimme der Jugend mit SABINE MICHAEL Und LUTZ UEBELT Manuskript LUTZ LIEBELT Regie IRIS SPRANKLING (R)
with Helen Atkinson Wood Angus Deayton
Geoffrey Perkins , Philip Pope
(Details on Wednesday at 11.0am) 0 HELPLINES: page 69
The Shop at Sly Corner; ITMA; Just Fancy; The Beatles; Sykes; Please, Sir; The Spinners; The Men from the Ministry
Deryck Guyler recalls his 50 years in the entertainment business, in conversation with Gordon Clyde.
Producer EDWARD TAYLOR
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with Brede Arkless
(Details on Tuesday at 9.30pm)
Presented by Derek Jones Stereo
Songs, sketches and monologues, a selection of the best of the 1985 Edinburgh Festival Fringe
With LAURIE MACMILLAN including Sports Round-up
David Daiches presents his personal choice of poetry and prose.
(Details on Friday at 9.5am) Stereo
A two-part celebration of Laurie Lee 's classic Cider with Rosie 2: An End to Hunger
In this second programme, he and his family talk to
Marjorie Lofthouse about life after Cider.
Producer JOCK GALLAGHER BBC Birmingham (R)
Producer JANE BEVAN. Stereo
A Box of Tricks by J.C. WILSHER
The Tempora is a computer that can be used in the home, in the office and even in the front-line of nuclear targetting.
Consequently many people want it - at whatever cost....
Directed by JAMES RUNCIE
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 3. 0pm) Stereo
as Steve Williams with:
and as Maria Wolinski:
The nightingale is a small shy bird whose glory is its song. Narrator Andrew Sachs Readings by BARRY PAINE Written and compiled by KATE TIFFIN. BBC Bristol. Stereo
Now the day is over (BBC HB 419); 0 for a closer walk with God (Stanford); Psalm 4; Round me falls the night (BBC HB 422) Stereo
8: Mothers and Babies
Tony Pooley , St Lucia Game Reserve, Natal; Gillian Sales , King's College, London;
Margaret Vince , Cambridge University; and Elizabeth Walser , Institute of Animal Physiology, Babraham, eavesdrop on the intimate conversations between mothers and offspring.
Narrator David Attenborough Written and produced by MICHAEL BRIGHT
BBC Bristol (R) Stereo
Colin Tudge visits the laboratories of Strathclyde
University where scientists are attempting to persuade microbes to produce yet more types of foods and a host of other novel biological materials.
(Details on Friday at 6.30pm) Stereo