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9.20 Let's Go - Series 1: 3: Let's Go and Telephone
(R)

9.35 Encounter: France: Travel and Transport
(R)

9.52 Mathscore One: 2: Bits and Pieces
A way-out waitress and a capricious customer make fractions a piece of cake! (R)

10.15 Look and Read: Dark Towers: 3: The Old Legend
by Andrew Davies
A reading series for 7- to 9-year-olds based around a humorous ghost story in ten episodes. (R)

10.38 Update USA: 2: Sun Belt City
Phoenix, Arizona spreads ever outwards into the surrounding desert as industry cashes in on the 'pro-business climate' of the Sun Belt. (R)

11.0 Watch: Bees and Honey

11.17 Walrus: After Four: 2
by Cathy Pellicer
When the Aliens try a bit of chatting-up at the disco, all they get is a bottle of arsenic. (R)

11.39 Science Topics: Genetics and Genetic Engineering
(R)

12.0 Year of the French: 2: The Fashion Designer
(R)

12.30 Deutsch direkt!: Programm Drei
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German.
Going shopping and ordering a meal. A look at some of the crafts and the people who work at them in the Schnoorviertel, the old quarter of Bremen.

12.55 Switch On to English (1): 3: Asking Questions
(R)

1.20 Encounter: Spain: Communications
Motorbikes and the Guardia Civil; Valladolid airport; by train to Salamanca - and the postman's round. (R)

1.38 Let's See: Flowers and Fruits of the Earth: 1: Just Flowers
Many flowers are not just attractive to look at - they can also be very useful.

2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Everything goes wrong for Cosmo and Dibs while they are minding Jennie Barnett's stall. Practice with the number 6. Book: Meg's Eggs (R)

2.15 History 11-13: The Middle Ages: 2: The Castle
When Thomas Beauchamp remodelled Warwick Castle, he designed it more to impress than to be a defensible base. How had the functions of castles and knights changed since the Norman Conquest? (R)

2.40 Exploring Science: Energy
Everybody uses the word energy - but what does it mean? Do scientists use the word in a special way? (R)

Contributors

Writer:
(Look and Read):
Producer (Look and Read):
Sue Weeks
Producer (Update USA):
Len Brown
Writer (Walrus):
Cathy Pellicer
Producer (Walrus):
Morton Surguy
Series Producer (Science Topics):
Peter Bratt
Presenter (Let's See):
Michael Scott
Producer (Let's See):
Peter Legge
Series Editor (Let's See):
Marianne Baird
Presenter (You and Me):
Jennie Barnett
Producer (You and Me):
Richard Callanan
Producer (History 11-13):
Jill Sheppard
on BBC Two England

The High Country
A stolen horse leads Slim into the middle of a hostile range war over grazing rights between cattlemen and a religious farming community. With neither side prepared to back down, Slim is forced to act as mediator.
Written by DAN ULLMAN Directed by JOE KANE (R)

Contributors

Written By:
Dan Ullman
Directed By:
Joe Kane
Slim Sherman:
John Smith
Jess Harper:
Robert Fuller
Daisy:
Spring Byington
Mike:
Dennis Holmes
Mel Bishop:
Barton MacLane
Jason Duncan:
Frank Overton

He once said: 'I don't believe in black majority rule in Rhodesia, not in a thousand years.' The Hon Ian Smith was the country's Prime Minister for 16 years until it became independent Zimbabwe five years ago. One day the priorities were white, capitalist and discriminatory. The following morning they were Marxist-Leninist, populist and multiracial.
Today Ian Smith is a minority leader in the Zimbabwe parliament. The Prime
Minister, Robert Mugabe, has refused to speak to him for over three years. Where is Zimbabwe going? What does the future hold for its white population?
Tonight Ian Smith is open to the questions of young people from all over Britain.
Presented by John Nicolson
Research POLLY PHILLIPS
Director JUSTIN C. ADAMS
Producers DAVID MARTIN CHARLES NAIRN.
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Smith
Unknown:
Ian Smith
Unknown:
Robert Mugabe
Unknown:
Ian Smith
Presented By:
John Nicolson
Presented By:
Research Polly Phillips
Director:
Justin C. Adams

Featuring an exclusive live interview with Kate Bush and news from
Duran Duran 's Simon Le Bon and Nick Rhodes about their new project, Arcadia. Andy
Kershaw joins the audience at Shelley's, Stoke-on Trent , for live music from The Icicle Works. Mark Ellen and David Hepworth introduce live studio sessions from soul giant Bobby Womack , and the latest darling of Greenwich Village, Suzanne Vega.
The latest chart news from
Richard Skinner , Hindsight and the Video Vote (call [number removed]). Producers
TREVOR DANN. JOHN BURROWES Directors
TOM CORCORAN. DAVID G. CROFT Editor MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Unknown:
Kate Bush
Unknown:
Duran Duran
Unknown:
Simon Le Bon
Unknown:
Nick Rhodes
Unknown:
Arcadia. Andy
Unknown:
Stoke-On Trent
Unknown:
Mark Ellen
Unknown:
David Hepworth
Unknown:
Bobby WomacK
Unknown:
Suzanne Vega.
Unknown:
Richard Skinner
Unknown:
Trevor Dann.
Unknown:
John Burrowes
Directors:
Tom Corcoran.
Unknown:
David G. Croft
Editor:
Michael Appleton

Three teams are lined up today for the fifth heat of the international coarse fishing match. The combined Great
Britain and Ireland side takes on the French and the Belgians, at Lissaney in County Cavan, Ireland. The teams
Great Britain and Ireland:
ALLAN HAINES
RAB STEPHENS
JOHN MONTGOMERY France :
FRANCOIS VENOT CHRISTIAN WILK
DIDIER GUESSARD : Belgium
JEANMAINIL
ABEL COUPIN
CHRISTIAN PLUMET
Welsh Rugby star Gareth Edwards , a keen trout and salmon angler, tries his luck day and night fishing at Ballinahinch Castle in Connemara. Presented by Derek Davis
Match organiser Pete Thompson
Director PHILIP FRANKLIN Producer ROY RONNIE BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
Allan Haines
Unknown:
Rab Stephens
Unknown:
John Montgomery France
Unknown:
Francois Venot
Unknown:
Christian Wilk
Unknown:
Didier Guessard
Unknown:
Gareth Edwards
Presented By:
Derek Davis
Unknown:
Pete Thompson
Director:
Philip Franklin
Producer:
Roy Ronnie

Tonight William Woollard , Sue Baker and a 1930s
Bentley Tourer represent Top Gear in the Great English Wine Run. One hundred teams driving a variety of vehicles leave Alfriston in Sussex en route for Paris.
Sue Baker also reports from Transport in Action, the trucks 'shop window'.
Chris Goffey tries out the new Volvo 760 Estate car for size; and Peter Burgess travels to Sardinia to get to grips with Ford's latest additions to their range. the 4WD Granada and 4WD Sierra XR4.
Producer PHILIP FRANKUN
Executive producer DENNIS ADAMS BBC Pebble Mill o COMPETITION: page 13

Contributors

Unknown:
William Woollard
Unknown:
Sue Baker
Unknown:
Chris Goffey
Unknown:
Peter Burgess
Producer:
Philip Frankun
Producer:
Dennis Adams

A six-part comedy series written by PETER J. HAMMOND starring John Duttine Lorraine Chase Brian Murphy
4: When Mrs Kelly 's barn burns down, suspicion falls on Tommy - but why does Vicar Pennyjohn hate churches?
Designer NIGEL CURZON. Produced and directed by JOHN B HOBBS

Contributors

Written By:
Peter J. Hammond
Unknown:
John Duttine
Unknown:
Lorraine Chase
Unknown:
Brian Murphy
Unknown:
Mrs Kelly
Designer:
Nigel Curzon.
Directed By:
John B Hobbs
Mister Drake:
John Duttine
Angie:
Lorraine Chase
Ansell:
Brian Murphy
Tommy:
Patric Turner
Maurice:
Tony Millan
Mrs Kelly:
Cyd Hayman
McFadyen:
Leonard Maguire
Pennyjohn:
Greg Doran

The Training
However much theory students can absorb, there comes a time when they have to face the reality of probation work.
This film observes the work of David Scott , the 'Senior' in Portsmouth responsible for training. He is the man who guides the students through the maze of the courts and their first encounters with barristers, magistrates and a variety of offenders.
Assistant producer WAYNE MOCKETT Editor DAVID BARRETT
Executive producer JOHN SHEARER Director cameraman
RICHARD LEITERMAN. Producer STEVE TIMMINS
• INFO: page 77

Contributors

Unknown:
David Scott
Producer:
Wayne Mockett
Editor:
David Barrett
Producer:
John Shearer
Unknown:
Richard Leiterman.
Producer:
Steve Timmins

A country tale in three parts with Cheryl Campbell 2: The Drift by JANE BEESON
Autumn on Dartmoor. The animals need attention; the sheep must be dipped and the ponies rounded-up. Caroline is joined by Helen, her friend and old flatmate, full of reminders of her former life.
Music by FRANK EVANS
Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE Produced and directed by COLIN GODMAN BBC Bristol (R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Cheryl Campbell
Music By:
Frank Evans
Editor:
Charles Aldridge
Directed By:
Colin Godman
Caroline Ashurst:
Cheryl Campbell
Helen:
Sheila Ruskin
Patrick Ashurst:
Mark Wing-Da Vey
Tom:
Mark Elliott

including
Conservative Conference
Report
The Conservative Party's annual conference began in Blackpool this morning amid concern over the party's standing in the opinion polls and with the new cabinet on the platform together for the first time. John Tusa and Vincent Hanna report from Blackpool on the day's debates, with Donald MacCormick and Jenni Murray in London with an assessment of the day's other news.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Tusa
Unknown:
Vincent Hanna
Unknown:
Donald MacCormick
Unknown:
Jenni Murray

BBC Two England

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