7.20 Geometry: Klein
7.45 New Tyres From Old?
7.20 Geometry: Klein
9.15 Job Bank
Supporting the Police: Civilian Recruitment.
Civilian jobs in the police force - fingerprint officers and forensic scientists help to track down criminals and traffic wardens patrol streets. Producer DAVID MELDRUM
9.38 Going to Work
Settling In by bill LYONS
With SANDY RATCUFF , BILLY HAMON ANN MORRISH , RIO FANNING NICK CONWAY , NICK REDING
CASSIE MCFARLANE , PIPPA LAY
TONY MCPHERSON , GORDEN KAYE and RICHARD WALKER
Producer PAUL MITCHELL
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Cosmo and Dibs sing 'Hammer with a hammer' and visit a carpenter's workshop. with YASMIN PETTIGREW
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN
10.15 Music Time 3: Sound Signals
Quiet sounds and loud signals. Presenters JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS
With BARRY TUCKWELL (hom) Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
History. 2: Boom and Bust
11.0 Zig Zag
The Arabs. 3: Sugar and Spice When the Crusaders returned from the East they did not come home empty-handed Carpets and metalwork, nougat and incense - the world of Islam had much to offer to backward places like Britain Presenters PAUL coia and SHEELAGH GILBEY Producer TOM STANIER
See How they Grow
Frank and Sally are sorting out clothes for the jumble sale when the children decide to lend a hand.
Producer PAT FARRINGTON
11.42 General Studies The Video Boom
CHRISTOPHER DUNKLEY looks at the new cable TV networks. Who will control them? Will they offer the viewer a greater choice of programmes - and services?
And will they present a threat to the existing BBC and ITV channels?
Producer SUE WEEKS
12.10 pm 16 Up
2: Welcome to the Working Week?
12.35 On the Rocks 3: United Kingdom
1.0 Wheels of Fire
3: My Dear Friends, the Land is Very Ugly
The Rajasthan Canal
1.30 Pages from Ceefax
1.38 Scotland this Century 3: The First World War
Veterans of the Great War talk about their experiences. Producer ROBERT CLARK BBC Scotland
Archive footage illustrates this focus on the 1920s, a prosperous time in the United States until the Wall Street Crash of 1929.
Who shot Bobby? And why?
The clues perhaps are here in last year's thrilling series.
The Road Back
J.R., Sue Ellen , John Ross and Ray are trapped by a raging fire in the Southfork mansion.... The tragic news has a devastating effect on Miss Ellie ... Lucy keeps a vigil by Mickey's bedside as the doctors battle to save his life. Who will survive the Southfork inferno? Will events decide who will own Ewing Oil? Written by ARTHUR BERNARD LEWIS Directed by NICK HAVINGA (Continued tomorrow at 3.0 pm)
Further live coverage
with subtitles, followed by Weather
More features from the world of dogs with Dennis McCarthy. Tonight Barbara Kelly and her Lhasa Apso, Tensing; mountain rescue dogs in the Peak District; vet Don Haxby answers your questions; top dog judge Joe Braddon casts an expert eye over hounds;
Chas walks to heel; and there is a look at the latest Japanese export that's a canine not a car. Producer mike DERBY BBC Pebble Mill
continues BBC2's season of her films with Robert Newton Edward Chapman Nora Swinburne
When Amy Johnson broke the record for a soio flight to Australia in 1930 it made her a heroine in the eyes of Britain. And it brought her a husband in Jim Mollison , a fellow pilot with a similar spirit of adventure. Anna Neagle and Robert Newton star as the couple whose exploits thrilled the world but whose triumphs could not hide the unhappiness of their marriage.
Screenplay by miles MALLESON from a story by VISCOUNT CASTLEROSSE Produced and directed by HERBERT WILCOX
First showing on British television
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Mark Curry looks at some old-time comedies in old-time cars. Directed by MARTIN HUGHES Produced by JOHN BUTTERY BBC Manchester
by PETER SPENCE starring Designer
Producer GARETH GWENLAN
A comedy series 4: Waggons Ha!
Written by RAY MANSELL and PAUL BENN
Trail-blazing Percy is under attack from all sides. Will Bert be taken for a ride? And who's that massing on the skyline?
Designer STEPHAN PACZAI Produced and directed by DAVID ASKEY
Kelly's due to appear in a Royal Gala show, but the producers are not what they seem - but then who is?! Written by KELLY MONTEITH , NEIL SHAND featuring
John Barron , John Bluthal Donald Gee and Hugh Lloyd
With ENN REITEL
BERNARD SPEAR , VICTOR SPINETTI TRUDIE STYLER , LAN
OLIVER DIANA GOODMAN , LENI HARPER and Pippa Page
Sound LAURIE TAYLOR
Lighting DUNCAN BROWN Designers
JO DAY, MALCOLM THORNTON Produced and directed by JOHN HLBY
(Kelly Monteith joins the Blankety Blank team on Friday 6.55 pm)
by GRAHAM GREENE
Screenplay by RICHARD BROKE also starring Greta Scacchi Clarissa Kaye Hugh Burden
David de Keyser Jacques Herlin with Cyril Cusack and Barry Humphries
Doctor Fischer likes to test to its limits the greed of the rich. His dinner parties, where millionaires are humiliated and then rewarded, are notorious. But Jones, an impoverished Englishman, presents Fischer with his greatest challenge. He can buy the very rich, but can he corrupt someone with no money at all?
Music composed by TREVOR JONES
Designer AUSTEN SPRIGGS
Sound recordist JOHN MURPHY Editor KEN PEARCE
Photography KEN WESTBURY Producer RICHARD BROKE
Director MICHAEL LINDSAY-HOGG
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including the Labour Party Conference Report
The Labour Party begins its annual conference today in Blackpool, one year into Neil Kinnock 's leadership. The party faces important decisions, noticeably on defence and the method of reselecting labour MPs.
John Tusa and Vincent Hanna present a full report on today's events at Blackpool, with Donald MacCormick and Jenni Murray in London to assess the news at home and abroad.
Producer DAVE STANFORD Editor DAVID DICKINSON
(Hanna in Conference on page 46)