6.45 Pure Maths: Conics
7.10 Developments in School Architecture Since the War
7.35 Organic Chemistry: Azodyes
8-00 Elastomers: Properties and Models
8.25 Mental Handicap: 'No Problem's Too Big'
6.45 Pure Maths: Conics
stops today at
The Why Bird Stop
Driver Brian Jameson Puppeteer
FIONA BEYNON BROWN Title music RICHARD BROWN Producer PENNY LLOYD (R)
. . . of Compassion
Donald Reeves suggests that if society is to be truly compassionate then it should look again at two well-known Old Testament Stories:
Jacob's Ladder and the story of Sarah.
These stories can be seen as different symbols of compassion but, 'A choice has to be made between
Sarah's Circle and Jacob's Ladder. You cannot have one foot in the circle and one foot on the ladder!'
Videotape editor TIM NICHOLSON Director RICHARD ALWYN
Producer HELEN ALEXANDER
from Lancaster Priory.
John Whale introduces this service of morning prayer which marks the quincentenary of the birth of Archbishop
Thomas Cranmer. It follows the form found in the Book of Common Prayer, which he produced before his martyrdom in Oxford.
Hymn: Come down, 0 love Divine (Down Ampney) Psalm 56
Reading: Genesis 50, VV 15-26 Te Deum: Stanford in c
Reading: 1 John 2, w 1-17
Responses: Wishart Hodgson Anthem: Rejoice in the Lord Hymn: Lift up your hearts (Woodlands). Officiant
Canon Maurice Bartlett Organist KEITH WORSMAN Choirmaster
Television presentation NOEL VINCENT
BBC North West
10.15 Mechanical Manipulation
10.40 A Case of Flu
This is British Food and Farming Year. But behind the celebrations lie more sinister statistics. Fifty-six people, many of them children, died on Britain's farms in 1987. Five thousand injuries occurred.
Next to the construction industry, farming is the most hazardous occupation.
David Lomax investigates, meeting farmers, safety officers, and the victims of the killing fields themselves. Film editor SIMON HOLLAND
Producer DAVID HANNINGTON BBC Norwich
Introduced by Jonathan Miller
A Better Deal for Carers
Carers are in the front line of the Government's community care policy. But the support they get in return is often inadequate. Margo MacDonald chairs this final programme in the series, and asks what should be done to boost the support on offer to Britain's carers. With
Jill Pitkeathley , director of the Carers National Association, and David Mellor , Minister of State for Health.
Directed by MARY SPRENT
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A chance to see previously-broadcast programmes, this time with sign language and subtitles. This week, a series of shorter clips from recent programmes.
Presented by Clive Mason
Interpreter BRENDA MACKAY (e)
Chris Baines visits the Ministry of Agriculture's centre at Boxworth in Cambridgeshire, and reports on the completion of a unique series of experiments into the effects of pesticides on the environment. He meets scientists who worked on the project, and reveals the results of their seven-year study, published this week.
Also Sheila Young reports on the storm in a tea pot in the West Country over
Muscardinus Avellanarius - the dormouse.
Plus at 12.55pm the weather for the countryside with BERNARD DAVEY. Producer MIKE DERBY
Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill
Moira Stuart with news and comment from around the world. followed by Bonanza starring
Lome Greene as Ben Cartwright Michael Landon as Little Joe
Mitch Vogel as Jamie David Canary as Candy and Bonnie Bedelia as Alice Harper Andy Robinson as John Harper Forever - Part 1
A visitor to Virginia City brings something new into
Little Joe's life, and he is soon spending time in the company of a beautiful young woman ...
Written and directed by MICHAEL LANDON (R) (Part 2 next Sunday)
by Tony McHale and Charlie Humphreys.
"You were a loser from the start, Dot. Charlie's one of life's mistakes."
George Kennedy Joe Don Baker Reni Santoni.
Without Quintero to lead them, the oppressed Mexican
Peasants cannot hope to win their revolt. So his most ardent follower, Maximiliano, must attempt to rescue him from the vicious Colonel
Diego. To do so, young Max seeks the aid of the legendary gunfighter known as Chris - who recruits five other men for the dangerous mission.
Screenplay by HERMAN HOFFMAN
Produced by VINCENT M FENNELLY Directed by PAUL WENDKOS 0 FILMS: page 16
Boa Friend and Support Your Local Serpent (R)
with Gloria Hunniford and Dr Alan Maryon Davis It's never too late to change to a healthier lifestyle. That's the message when three retired people accept the Go for It! challenge.
Gloria uncovers the vices and virtues of Joan Garner from Grantham, once a deputy headmistress; Keith Webb , now a keen yachtsman, from Winchester; and Eileen Dagnall , a retired nurse from Wakefield. Directors
ERIC HARWOOD. PHILLIP CASSON Producer FRANK HAYES
A HAWKSHEAD production in association with PROSPECT PICTURES for BBCtv (e)
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The return of the warm-hearted Witherspoons.
Kris tells her mother that she wants to see a pop group playing in San Francisco 300 miles away - and she's going with Stuart, her date.
Written by UNDA ELSTAD Directed by BOB SCHEERER
What a Waste
The first of tonight's pair of programmes presented by Chris Baines
Have you ever stopped to wonder what happens to the rubbish you and your family throw away? Chris Baines finds out when he opens his front door to find a ton of the stuff on his doorstep! That's the amount of rubbish produced by the average
British household in a single year. Chris looks at what can be done to reduce this mountain of garbage. (Part 2 is at 10.40pm)
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with Moira Stuart ; Weather
Thora Hird returns with a new series of Praise Be!
Tonight, Thora meets the songwriter Donald Swann, to talk about his music and some of the songs he has written. She introduces songs sung by children in Derby and at the Glasgow Garden Festival. Thora also visits Wakefield to see the place where her favourite hymn was written - Onward Christian Soldiers.
One more step; 0 for a thousand tongues (Lyngham); Tell out my soul; Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton); 0 love that wilt not let me go (St Margaret); Walk, walk in the light; Onward Christian soldiers (St Gertrude); Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord; Stand up, stand up for Jesus (Morning Light). Assistant producer
VALETTA STALLABRASS Producer NOEL VINCENT BBC North West
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based on the books by JAMES HERRIOT Place of Honour by JOHNNY BYRNE starringwith
Mrs Pumphrey sends trout, and Siegfried decides it's time he got onto the Pumphrey Parcel list ...
Music composed by JOHNNY PEARSON
Producer BILL SELLARS
Director ROBERT TRONSON
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with Michael Buerk Weather
Last in the series presented by Esther Rantzen with Adrian Mills Grant Baynham Gavin Campbell and Doc Cox.
Consumer advice, mishaps and real-life humour drawn from the letters you send each week.
Director STEPHEN STEWART Producer ESTHER RANTZEN
Deputy editor BRYHER SCUDAMORE Editor SHAUN WOODWARD
Regretfully, it is not possible to answer all your letters.
with Joan Bakewell.
The public are becoming ever more aware of moral issues - the headlines proclaim as much.
But where headlines deal in black and white, the issues themselves are rarely so simple.
Heart of the Matter seeks out such issues; Joan Bakewell examines the moral conflict between people with strongly-held and frequently opposing views, and considers what their dilemma means for everyone. Film editor MIKE ALOOF
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
The second of tonight's programmes
The Throwaway Society
Presented by Chris Baines What on earth can be done with the millions of tons of rubbish produced each year? Well, as Chris Baines finds out, an awful lot. Yesterday's papers can be made into tomorrow's loo rolls, fridges can be rescued from the scrap heap, and the contents of your dustbin can even be turned into the backs of television sets!
Film editor PETER ESSEX
Series producer RON BLOOMFIELD Producer STEPHEN MOSS
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starring Jack Klugman as Oscar Madison and Tony Randall as Felix Unger
Felix, the Calypso Singer
Written by DICK BENSFIELD and PERRY GRANT
Directed by JACK DONOHUE
The Curious Little World of Pluto with Patrick Moore
Pluto is the smallest of the planets, and also one of the most puzzling. It is so far from the sun that it takes almost 248 years to complete one orbit; it is made up of a mixture of rock and ice; it has an extensive though thin atmosphere; and it is attended by a companion.
This autumn Pluto reaches its closest point to the sun, and Patrick Moore takes the opportunity to sum up what is known about this curious little world.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
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