9.30 Casebook Scotland: 1: Up the Clyde - Changes in a Port 1960-87
How can change be understood; its impact on the landscape and people?
Commentary COLIN BLANE Producer LAURIE STANLEY (e)
9.52 Look and Read: Geordie Racer
Runners and Fliers (e)
10.15 Around Scotland: Farming in Scotland (1)
Presenter FRIEDA MORRISON Producer MARIANNE BAIRD
BBC Scotland (R) (e)
10.38 Information World
Introducing Information (e)
11.00 Storytime. Footprints
11.18 Wondermaths (11)
11.35 Let's See. Travelling Days: 1: Feet and Hooves
12.00 English File: Talking in Whispers
There are close parallels between JAMES WATSON'S novel and real events in Chile.
A military government is in power, ruthlessly crushing any opposition. Andres Larreta, 16, is interrogated and tortured - a plight suffered by thousands since the coup of 1973. Narrated by NICK ROSS
Producer BRUCE JAMSON (e)
12.35pm Scene. The Breakaway
The closeness of three girlfriends is shattered when Pat takes a sudden shine to a boy she knew, now back on leave from the army.
With LIZ CAMPION. GLYN GRIMSTEAD, MICHAEL KINGSBURY. HERBERT NORVILLE. SARAH PRINCE. DIMPAL SINGH
Series producer ROGER TONGE
Director ANDY WALKER (R) (e)
1.05 France - Francais Desjeunes en Provence
A See-Saw programme (R) and Bric-a-Brac
What's It Gonna Be?
The Sack by Gerry Huxham
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo and Dibs get lost in a department store.
Book: Happy Christmas Gemma by SARAH HAYES
Parents and teachers may find this programme a good starting point for talking to children about staying safe.
Presenter LARRINGTON WALKER Director SUE ARON
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (e)
Further material is available from 'Kidscape' (Y), 82 Brook Street, London W1Y1YG
Introduced by David Icke featuring
The World Professional Championship
Highlights from yesterday's first two quarter-finals.
Commentators TONY GUBBA
SID WADDELL , TONY GREEN
European Skating from Prague
The best of last night's Ladies Free Programme where East Germany's
KATARINA witt was hoping to defend her title for the fifth time. JOANNE CONWAY skates for Great Britain. Plus Rugby Union
A preview of the Five
Nations Championship that gets underway this weekend together with a round-up of sporting news from home and abroad.
Television presentation: Darts KEITH PHILLIPS
Studio director VIVIEN KENT Producer GRAHAM FRY including at
3.00 News and Weather
3.50 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Presented by Paul Coia
Lovers of words have come from all over Britain to face Bryan the computer.
Second of six programmes Eater of Men
Christina Dodwell , writer and explorer, spent two years living with the tribal peoples of Papua New Guinea.
She makes a return journey across the island culminating in a rafting expedition attempting the first descent of the dangerous Wahgi River. Readings by Anthony Quayle Written by CHRISTINA DODWELL Director CUVE SYDDALL (R)
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Starring Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson.
Nazi agents intend to kidnap Dr Franz Tobel, inventor of a new secret weapon which will revolutionise the accuracy of aerial bombing raids. Despite elaborate precautions, Tobel disappears, convincing Sherlock Holmes that the notorious Professor Moriarty is responsible.
Based on the story
The Dancing Man by SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
Directed by ROY WILLIAM NEILL
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By 1993 the Channel Tunnel will be in operation, and the world is watching the progress of the century's greatest civil engineering challenge. What problems will be faced? Who will benefit - and who will lose? Cameraman TREVOR WALKER Videotape editor NIGEL HOBAN Producer PETER GILLBE
A JOHN GAU production for BBCtv
Women are told prevention is better than cure and are encouraged to have regular cervical smears for pre-cancer. But long waits for results and treatment cause huge anxiety. Reporter Michael Delahaye investigates a system many say is letting women down. Producer CLARE PATERSON Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE
(Regional programme - for variations see below)
Hampshire and Barnsdale with Geoff Hamilton
Anne Swithinbank and Roy Lancaster
Although there is still plenty of time to sow sweet peas, experts like the Rev Kenneth Colledge have theirs germinating in October.
He wants early superplants because he is an amateur sweet pea breeder, and so successful that you will certainly have grown one of his varieties. He shows that creating a hybrid is an easy and absorbing hobby. Producer .JOHN KENYON Production assistant
CHRISTINE HARDMAN BBC Pebble Mill
Plant list on Ceefax page 261
also starring Julie Kavner, Dan Castellaneta, Joe Malone and Sam McMurray in Meg and Tina in August Pre-School
Kiki Howard Smith Sings Introducing tonight two hard-working young women who have very different views on what constitutes a good night out, three sets of competitive parents and a unique musical pro-golfer from Down Under.
Produced by RICHARD SAKAI
The Dandy-Beano Story Tonight Arena presents, on the occasion of their 50th anniversaries, a tribute to those great British institutions, the Beano and the Dandy.
In their pages, the Softie has fought an unending losing battle against the likes of and the cow pie and the slap-up feed remain the just rewards for good behaviour.
Arena visits Dundee in Scotland, where the current editors give their rendition of 'The Lost Highway' to the strumming of the Beano guitar.
The film also includes such stalwart fans as the acerbic Steve Bell on the sources of his inspiration, Joan Armatrading , who not only wrote a song about the Beano but actually guest-starred in a strip, and leading young fogey A. N. Wilson on his admiration for Desperate Dan.
Film cameraman Brian Hall Film editor Bob Portway Executive producers Nigel Finch, Anthony Wall Director Helen Gallacher
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from Prague featuring The Free Dance
It's Olympic year at last for NATALIA BESTEMIANOVA and ANDREI BUKIN but team mates MARINA KLIMOVA and SERGEI PONOMARENKO COUld spoil their pre-Calgary party. BARRY DAVIES is ready to count the sixes.
Television presentation CST, Czechoslovakia Producer JIM RESIDE
Presented by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
The Embassy World
Professional Championship The last quarter-final is completed this evening and the semi-final is seeded to be a mixture of stylish players. Tonight's match will provide the last semi-finalist and the experts say it will be the steadily improving 'king of darts', ERIC BRISTOW.
Highlights of this match introduced by TONY GUBBA
Commentators SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN
Executive producer IAN EDWARDS Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE. PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH PHILLIPS