England is the Place for Me
9.30 Microlectronics in Action Counting and Remembering
9.52 Making History. A Street (e)
10.15 Science Workshop Seeds and Plants (B)
10.38 Pages from Ceefax
11.00 Thinkabout Down Our Way
Frank and the gang turn the yard into a playground and have fun with boxes. See a school with an extra special playground and a model town.
Producer DAVID MELDRUM (R) (e)
11.15 Near and Far: Now and Then
Deserts force adaption upon the natural world; with technology we are learning to change this dominance. (R) (e)
11.35 Scena. Death in the Family (R) (e)
12.05pm Update Europe
Belgium's Old Industrial Area (c)
Julia How will Julia's life develop now she's about to leave schcol and start her 17th year? Film editor AMANDA SMITH
Series producer PETER M. EVANS (R) (e)
12.50 Maths Inset
A See-Saw programme (R)
Floella Benjamin with Howard Lee
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Producer SHEILA FSASER Executive producer
CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
The padi-fields of Java are the setting for two songs from the musical Panji and the Buffalo.
Presenters JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS
Children from HENRY
FAWCETT JUNIOR SCHOOL
Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT (R) (e)
Weather followed by Watch
Conservation Your Locality
Jaye and Tony take a closer look at wildlife in their home towns.
Presenters Jaye Griffiths and Tony Neilson
Producer CAROLINE GODLEY Series producer JUL!A DRUM
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Taking the Waters Harrogate in North Yorkshire is now a conference centre but much of its old world charm remains, including the Royal Baths. The aspidistras, afternoon teas and musical renditions are as popular now as they ever were. Producer JOHN GRAHAM
Weather followed by Doctors to Be
Welcome to the Real World The last of three Horizon programmes
For the first time, students come face to face with patients.
Narrator Paul Vaughan Producer EDWARD BF.IFFA
Horizon editor robin BRIGHTWELL (R)
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Regional News and Weather
Some Doors Are Slamming In the third of six parts,
Kildare realises the heavy responsibility of teacher and mentor. (R)
Inspiration, Vocation or Inheritance?
The drive to become an actor is examined in this third compilation of actors' stories. With Jenny Agutter
Jane Asher , Richard Briers
Eleanor Bron , Ken Campbell Michael Gough , Roy Kinnear Maureen Lipman
Anna Massey , Ron Moody Leslie Phillips Anton Rodgers and Robert Stephens (R)
Artist David Blackburn spent much of his time working in Australia. He's now back in his native Yorkshire rediscovering the landscape. Producer MIKE MURRAY Director ROGER KEECH
Artist in a Cornish Harbour
In his paintings of boats and harbour, Jack Pender tries to recapture the days when his village was a thriving port. Director JOHN MERITT Executive producer
JENNIFER JEREMY BBC Bristol (R)
4: Adriatic Riviera in Italy Presented by Paul Heiney with John Kettley and Matthew Collins Producer JULIE BRADSHAW
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON (R) For script send crossed cheque or PO for £1.50 (payable to BBC) to: [address removed]
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The Cuckoo Clock; Swingshift Cinderella
A duel of words and wit between Arthur Marshall
Sue Cook , Magnus Magnusson Frank Muir , Virginia McKenna and Denis Quilley
Referee Robert Robinson Devised by MARK GOODSON
Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI
What is a classic car?
Seemingly anything from an Aston Martin to a 1960s Ford Anglia. William Woollard presents Top Gear from the National Classic Motor Show at the NEC in Birmingham, and looks at the varied range of cars on display, He also roadtests the Lynx D-Type, a modern replica of the legendary cars that won at Le Mans for Jaguar in the 50s. BMW is about to replace its rather old-fashioned five-series. Sue Baker drives BMW's latest offering for the up-and- coming executive and compares it with the recently revised Audi 100. Also in the programme
Top Gear asks which new cars depreciate least and Tony Mason samples the thrilling world of Formula One stock car racing. Producer JON BENTLEY
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
Managing the Mediterranean A hard look at the world around us with Michael Buerk.
This week's Nature is devoted to Europe's holiday playgrounds and in particular to the latest,
Turkey. The tourist industry has transformed the Mediterranean and hotels now stand where wildlife once played.
Turkey now faces sweeping changes. The report with Grant Mansfield examines how the country will meet that challenge, and David Bellamy puts the case for conservation.
Studio director ANDY BATTEN FOSTER Producer JIM MCDOUGALL Editor PETER SALMON BBC Bristol
The Voices Made Me Do It with Woody Allen , Sir Alec Guinness , Bob Monkhouse and David Steel all sadly unavailable, their parts will be played by Rory Bremner. That's the trouble with impressionists: two drinks and they're anybody.
Starring Rory Bremner with Sara Crowe
Written by RORY BREMNER
JOHN LANGDON , BARRY CRYER STEVE STEEN and JIM SWEENEY
DICK VOSBURGH , GEOFF ATKINSON PETE SINCLAIR
Script associates JOHN LANGDON. BARRY CRYER
Music by SIMON BRINT
ROWLAND RIVRON , STEVE BROWN Costume designer ANDREW ROSE
Make-up designer HELEN BARRETT Lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON Designer JOHN BRISTOW
Series producer BILL WILSON Produced and directed by MARCUS MORTIMER
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A series of films about our lives - now.
Separate Tables with John Pitman
It's February in Eastbourne - a cruel month. Some hotel residents on Grand Parade are being shunted upstairs to new rooms they do not really like. Seaside hotels now chase the conference trade. Permanent residents, once needed out of season, are no longer so welcome. Mrs Sybil Bloom, 86, is unhappy with her move. So is Mrs Muriel 6 McNab, 85. But the two i widows have little choice.
They move up or they move out, as their hotel gets a E20 million face-lift.
Mrs McNab has lived at the Burlington for 17 years and wants to stay. So does
Mrs Bloom , 'Not many hotels take residents these days, so where would I go?'
Only a few years ago there were more than 100 residents on Grand Parade. Now there arejust30 - a dauntless breed of touching, frail, cheerful people, who simply wish to see out their days in peace on this select seafront strip. Research JEAN MACFARLANE Photography RICHARD ADAM Film editor DAVE KING Producer JOHN PITMAN
Editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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A showcase for one of Britain's finest saxophone players - John Harle.
With his own ensemble - the Berliner Band - he plays compositions by Kurt Weill ,
Gil Evans , Bala Bartok, Peter de Rose , Stanley Myers and Harle himself. He also talks about his instrument and his musical life.
Singer Sue Bickley
Piano accompaniment John Lenehan
Lighting CHRIS WATTS Sound PETER ROSE
Videotape editor FRANK RICHES Director KEITH CHEETHAM Producer TONY STAVEACRE BBC Bristol
previewing daytime programmes
A BBC/Open University production
Fundamentals of Computing One Small Step
The American Space Shuttle project would have been impossible without computers - but how do they work? Producer david saunders