Force and Violence
10.25am Thinkabout: Shadow Play
Frank, Sally and the children enjoy playing with shadow shapes.
(Shown on Monday at 10.40am) (e)
10.40am Pages from Ceefax
11.00am Sex Education: Life Begins
The changes of puberty and conception.
(Shown on Tuesday at 10.15am) (e)
11.20am Landmarks: Over to You
(Shown on Monday at 1.40pm) (e)
11.40am Scene: What Is it Like to Be Old? (e)
(For details see tomorrow at 12.55pm)
12.10pm Microelectronics in Action: Controlling
It's expected that microelectronics are used to control robots, but what about concert lighting systems, or motor cars?
(Shown on Tuesday at 12 noon (e)
12.30pm Pages from Ceefax
Devised and written by Geoffrey Bourne-Taylor and John Murphy Edwards.
PC Pinkerton has a day off, but there is no time for a rest.
With the voices of Ian Lavender, Jessica Martin, Sam Kelly, David Shaw Parker. (R)
with Don Spencer.
Now if you want to see an amazing family of animals that defy reality... (R)
Singing a round in two groups, and following visual signals.
Presented by Jonathan Cohen and Helen Speirs.
(Shown on Monday at 10.18am) (e)
Weather followed by Watch
Going on Holiday
The Notting Hill Carnival Jaye finds out how the Carnival started and discovers how much hard work is involved in making it such an exciting event. Presenter Jaye Griffiths Producer ERIC MIVAL
Series editor JULIA DRUM (e)
Stella Artois Championships from the Queen's Club.
This grass court tournament includes many of those players who will be in the closing stages at the All
England Club in three weeks. Introduced by Barry Davies Commentator
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT
GERALD WILLIAMS , MARK COX Producers
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON. HUW JONES including at
3.00 pm News and Weather
3.50 pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
with Paul Lukas Bill Williams.
Susan Hayward gives a customary spirited performance in this first-class mystery thriller. A chance meeting involves dancer
June in a desperate race to clear an innocent man of murder....
Screenplay by CLIFFORD ODETS based on a novel by WILLIAM IRISH Produced by ADRIAN SCOTT
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Introduced by Chris Stuart with comments from
Philip Joll. Highlights from Round 4 of the 1989 competition from St David 's Hall, Cardiff, featuring singers from
Northern Ireland, Argentina, Austria, Denmark, the United States and Brazil.
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra led by JAMES CLARK conducted by Kees Bakels Piano accompaniment
The jury is chaired by Brian McMaster of the Welsh National Opera. Design LOUISE WILSON Sound PAUL JENKINS
Lighting LEN STEPHENS
Producer HUMPHREY BURTON Director ANDREW QUICK BBC Wales
The last in the present series introduced by Jonathan Miller
A Better Deal for Carers
Carers are in the front line of the government's community care policy. They save the State billions of pounds. But the support they get in return is often inadequate - some say scandalously so. Margo MacDonald chairs this final programme in the series and asks what should be done to boost the support on offer to Britain's carers. With
Jill Pitkeathley , director of the Carers National Association and David Mellor , Minister of State for Health.
Directed by MARY SPRENT
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS (e)
0 SUPPORT MATERIAL: a book
'Caring at Home' by Nancy Kohner is available free to carers. Please send a large sae with 50p stamp to: [address removed]
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Environment with Chantal Cuer
On the first day of elections to tire European parliament, Chantal Cuer explores
European attitudes to green issues with Per Gahrton , a member of the Swedish parliament.
Television extracts are from Poland, France,
West Germany and Italy.
Series producer FIONA PITCHER (e)
Presented by Penny Junor with reports from
John Thirlwell , John Kettley and Matthew Collins. The weekly magazine with essential information for everybody going away.
Resort Report: St Petersburg in Florida. The most popular holiday centre for the British on America's Gulf Coast.
Basic facts, best and worst points, plus what it's actually like for a holiday.
UK Mini-Guide: a detailed look at an area of Britain. First - Lake Windermere. The last-minute bargains, your holiday moans, tips for the independent traveller and holiday weather prospects. Studio director tony Harrison
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON BBC North West
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Masks of Arcadia
Fifteen years ago, director Geoff Dunlop visited the village of Kurokawa in northern Japan. At that time, Gonjiro was the 16-year-old grandson of one of the leading members of the community, a prosperous rice farmer and master of the Noh mask drama, which has been sustained in the village for five centuries. Today, the family is almost ruined financially and Gonjiro is in danger of spending all his time alternating between rice farming and working on the railways in Tokyo.
'I try not to think,' says
Gonjiro. 'I hear that too much thinking shortens your life. But there are things we have to face. I can't face all my problems at once, so one-by-one I stamp them out, one-by-one'.
In this film, Geoff Dunlop returns to Kurokawa to discover that the lives of Gonjiro and his family have been up-ended by the whirlwind of change which is blowing through all of Japan. Photography DAVID FEIG Film editor TARIQ ANWAR Written and directed by GEOFFDUNLOP
Series editor CHRIS CURLING
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A Room Too Small
'It's as if you are being taken over by a hoard of locusts and compelled to go through the kitchen stripping it of everything that is edible within it.' Bulimia is an eating disorder thousands of people suffer from. Most of them go through it alone.
Diane Hague talks about it. Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Director KATE BROOME BBC Bristol
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with international reports by DAVID SELLS,
CHARLES WHEELER , GAVIN ESLER and JULIAN O'HALLORAN Producers JON BARTON.
KEITH BOWERS. EILEEN FTTT. INDRA DE LANEROLLE
Deputy editor NIGEL CHAPMAN Editor JOHN MORRISON
The last in the current series.
A documentary whirl around one of the favourite mythical heroes of modern times. The
Late Show traces Batman's history from pulp vigilante and Second World War patriot through to 1950s scoutmaster and 1960s camp cult-figure. In his time, the Caped Crusader has been accused of homosexuality, castigated for promoting juvenile delinquency and taken to task by Pravda. But, as usual in the world of comics, virtue has triumphed. Batman has made a brilliant resurgence in the 1980s and is soon to be the star, with Jack Nicholson , of his own 50 million dollar film. Researcher DUNCAN MCALPINE Director MARY HARRON Producer FIONA MURCH
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A BBC/OPEN UNIVERSITY production
The Way to Holmes
Computers are now being used by the police to help run the incident rooms which handle serious crimes. Producer DAVID SAUNDERS