Technology: Dome Is What You Make It
9.20 Inset: TVEI
1: Managing Change Film editor AMBER LANE
Producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
9.52 Making History The Tudors
Ships and Seamen
Presenter RICHARD BURROWS Directed by JIM COLEMAN
Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read Geordie Racer
5: Light of St Mary
Spuggy and Janie link the pigeon messages with the recent spate of burglaries and while hot on the trail, they make an important discovery - but Spuggy gets a shock ...
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL With LEON ARMSTRONG , LIEN LU CHARLES COLLINGWOOD MARY EDWARDS
KATIE HEBB. DEREK GRIFFITHS MICHAEL HEATH
RACHAELMACKAY FRED PEARSON , PETER ROWELL JULIE STEVENS , KEVIN WHATELY Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
10.38 The Brunei Experience Easy Does It
To check the movement of the massive SS Great Eastern when it was launched sideways into the Thames, Brunei relied on inclined planes, hydraulic jacks and winches. How do today's technologists solve a similar problem on a smaller scale? Presenters
SU INGLE. MAX GLASKIN With FRANCIS EVANS Film editor BOB RYMER
Producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
11.00 Watch The Elements
Under the Earth: Rural (R) (e)
Not So Much a Program
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
11.35 Getting to Grips with Racism
It Really Gets to You
This first programme in the series shows what it's like for individuals to be on the receiving end of racist attitudes and what can be done about it. Presenter TERRY BADDOO (R) (e)
11.55 Home Economics Inset
Consultant KATHLEEN JOHNSON Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
12.20pm Gli Italiani
// sindaco di Montemilone An Italian version of the programme shown last Tuesday. Series producer JEREMY BENNETT Producer ADAM CURTIS (R) (e)
12.50 Espana Viva
The fifth of 15 programmes (R) (e)
Written and presented by Mike Amatt The Camp
BBC North West (R)
1.38 Dragon Trail
3: The Wizard of Cwrt-y-Cadno From the days of Merlin the magician, there have lived in remote villages in Wales
Dynion Hysbys - wise men or wizards. None have had a greater reputation than Dr John Harries of Cwrt-y-Cadno. Presenter GILLIAN EUSA
Series producer SLAN OWEN Produced and directed by ANGELA WILLIAMS (R) (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
Are Dibs and Cosmo exaggerating when they say a doll has come to life? Henry the kangaroo and Ellie look for 'litter' signs. Song:
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Presenter SHEILA CHITNIS Animation MIKE HIBBERT
Producer NlCCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
It was spring when
Peter Seabrook visited the world famous Christchurch Botanic Gardens. The spectacular volcanic rock gardens and herbaceous borders were a riot of colour. Christchurch is situated on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island and the climate is similar to Britain. Many of the plants will be familiar but growing with a lushness and colour unsurpassed. Producer RUSS MORASH BBCtv presentation by DENIS W. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Weather followed by Olympic
Match of the Day
A chance to look back on the best match in the first part of the Olympic ice-hockey championship in Calgary, and to assess the key clashes in the medal round which begins later this evening.
Introduced by Steve Rider Television presentation CTV
Wordsmiths from all over Britain face Paul Coia and Bryan the computer with his sets of letters.
Today's new contestants are IRENE NOBLE and CLIVE SPATE. Designer PAT CAMPBELL
Research JULIE ADAIR , CAROLINE DAVIDSON Director JUSTIN ADAMS
Producer CHARLES NAIRN BBC Scotland
First of two programmes Success to the Railway
In 1898 one of Britain's best-loved branch lines was opened from Barnstaple to Lynton in north Devon; a 191-mile scenic trip that took one and a half hours.
The track was only two feet wide, the engines and coaches mere toys beside the main line trains, yet it was a real working railway.
It closed in 1935, killed by the motor car but it is not forgotten. Former passengers recall the magic of the railway with the help of photographs and rare film. Written and narrated by Gwyn Richards
from Barnsdale with Geoff Hamilton and Anne Swithinbank BBC Pebble Mill
The XV Olympic Winter Games
Desmond Lynam introduces the latest outstanding action. Figure Skating
The second section of the ice-dance championship - the original set pattern - took place in the Olympic
Saddledome earlier today.
NATALIA BESTEMIANOVA and ANDREI BUKIN look set to improve on silver in Sarajevo.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS Speed Skating
The 500m women's event features the mighty
KARIN KANIA of East Germany, the best all-round speed skater in the world. As Karin Enke , she won the Olympic 500m title in 1980, but was pipped by team-mate
CHRISTA ROTHENBURGER four years ago. Their clash today could be one of the highlights of the games.
Commentator RON PICKERING Plus an update on the biathlon 10km event -
TREVOR KING goes for Britain - and a special look at freestyle ski-ing, which is a demonstration sport in Calgary.
Television presentation CTV
Presented by Klaus Romer and Claudia Kirst
The news at home and abroad as seen by ZDF, West Germany's second channel. Also a chance to see a report on 'Roy Flash ' one of the chain letter systems which is attracting the interest of gambling Germans. Assistant producer DANIELLA DANGOOR
Director AMANDA FIDLER
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (e) For notes for the six German programmes. send crossed cheque or PO for £4.00 payable to Brighton Polytechnic, to [address removed]
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Baron Philippe de Rothschild , who died in January at the age of 85, was perhaps the most extraordinary member of an extraordinary family. The grapes he grew at Chateau
Mouton produce some of the finest wine in the world - but they are only part of the legendary wealth of the Rothschilds.
Narrator Peter Jeffrey Music CARL DAVIS
Film editor ALAN J. CUMNER-PRICE Produced by PETER BATTY (R)
Presented by Chris Kelly Michael Barry and Jill Goolden
Week by week ... food news, investigations, challenges, tests, tastings and, of course, the craftiest cooking.
Most ice cream is made of milk powder and vegetable fat. What happened to real dairy ice cream? The editor of the Good Food Guide, Drew Smith, investigates.
If you've any pancakes left over from Shrove Tuesday here's the answer - crispy
Peking duck, Chinese-style.
Could you shop in a Paris market for a full meal in two hours flat, spending no more than a tenner? That's the challenge faced by the three finalists in this national cookery competition.
Film director STEPHEN LAMBERT Studio director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
For factsheet send a cheque or postal order for 60p (payable to BSS) to: [address removed]
begins a season of films by the great
British film-maker. Tonight starring Joseph Cotten Orson Welles
Trevor Howard , Valli
Writer Holly Martins arrives in post-war Vienna, hoping to work for his friend Harry Lime. But he is told that
Lime, a black-marketeer, has been involved in drugs trafficking and is now dead.... but Holly finds that a lot of questions have remained unasked. This film, shot on location, boasts a fine international cast, a brilliant original screenplay by Graham Greene and stylish direction by Carol Reed. It is justly regarded as one of the masterpieces of British cinema.
Screenplay by GRAHAM GREENE Produced and directed by CAROL REED
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The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with political and economic reports from Adam Raphael , Nick Clarke and Will Hutton
Desmond Lynam rounds up the action from Calgary.
At Canmore Nordic Centre, on the 70m hill, the ski-jumping section of the combined team event was being watched by RON PICKERING
GERALD SINSTADT reports on how the medals were decided in the 10km biathlon event, the gruelling combination of cross-country ski-ing and rifle shooting.
Television presentation CTV
Potsdam - The Meeting
This is the first of four programmes that follow the progress of the Potsdam Conference at the end of the Second World War. and the origins of the Cold War.
Producer CAROL HASLAM (R)