More Than Meets the Eye
Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.
Harold Williamson talked to girls and boys in Kensington in 1967 about becoming rich. (R)
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Soap operas like Brookside and EastEnders work serious and controversial issues into the storylines. (R)
What are the economic considerations involved when employers or individuals decide to relocate? Presented by Shahnaz Pakravan.
Producer Edward Hayward
Science for 5- to 7-year-olds.
An introduction to the world of beliefs. People's attitudes to animals reflect their beliefs about deep religious questions. (R)
Cleveland, one of the original capitals of industrial America, is struggling with the problems of decline as investment for new industry seeks out more profitable locations. (R)
A look at working animals. Tony Neilson visits the 'Horses at Work' museum in Halifax and tells the story of Winkie, a pigeon who was rewarded for her valour in the Second World War. Producer Sheila Fraser
Series producer Julia Drum
Helen has been picked for her school's cross-country team, but can she run in it?
An examination of 'fairness'. Series producer Nicci Crowther Producer Robin Toyne
This first programme in the series shows what it's like to be on the receiving end of racist attitudes and what can be done about it.
Presented by Terry Baddoo. (R)
How a small community on the west coast of Norway has coped with the arrival of the oil and gas industry. (R)
In the first of five programmes for GCSE Art and Design students, a look at two working artists and the making of the series titles. (R)
How people use their time, skills, and energy in the home.
In 1984 Richard Noble , a winner of the world land speed record, set up a company on the Isle of Wight to build a new all-British light aircraft. Half million pounds later, the experience has yielded important business lessons. David Lomax reports. Film editor Alex Richardson Series editor Brian Davies (R)
Spot has so much fun on his first day at school that he can't wait to go back the next day.
Told by Paul Nicholas. Cartoonby Eric Hill
Animation Leo Beltoft
Production Clive Juster (R)
Stories and activities for young children. Introduced by Floella Benjamin with Antonica,
Erin Ivan , Katrina, Larissa and William.
Story: The Train Journey by Peter Bonnici.
Illustrations: Lisa Kopper. Storyteller: Saeed Jaffrey. Musical director Richard Brown Producer Sheila Fraser Executive producer Cynthia Felgate (R)
What is the probability that a drunken driver will not fail a roadside test? Can it be estimated? (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Cosmo and Dibs both want to be first. (R)
Antiques Roadshow in Paignton.
A Cumberland hill sheep farmer who had three discs removed from his spine when he was 21 ran up and down the mountains until he became a champion fell runner.
Producer Colin Morris
Executive producer Bridget Winter (R)
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Presenter: Vivian White.
Commentator: Brian Curtois. Director Terry Patrick Editor John Anderson
Regional News and Weather
Tony Gubba introduces highlights of the four remaining first-round matches.
Commentators: Sid Waddell and Tony Green.
The story of 73-year-old Desmond Farraday who, after rescuing a cheetah in 1960, set up a cheetah sanctuary in the Transvaal. Director Alain Degre
A Gamma TV production (Postponed from 9 April)
Roger Wilkes goes to Warwick. Film director Paula Trafford
Executive producer Alan Dobson BBC North
(First shoum in 'The Travel Show')
Does the image of the 'new man' reflect reality? Author Angela Phillips argues that the 80s obsession with work and money has kept men away from their families. Series producer Sam Organ Producer Mark Harrison BBC Bristol (R)
A look at the collection of the National Council for
Conservation of Plants and Gardens. With Geoff Hamilton ,
Anne Swithinbank , Nigel Colborn.
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Starring Claudette Colbert, Don Ameche
Bewilderment turns to fear when a wealthy socialite finds herself on a train bound for Boston with no idea of how or why she came to be there.
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The classic comedy starring Phil Silvers.
Hopeful of striking gold
Sgt Bilko reopens an unused military base.
A series of six programmes looking beyond the barrack gates at family life in the army. 5: In British Forces Germany, civilians like
Elsie, a health visitor with SSAFA - the Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's
Families Association - try to provide family care. Where there's no extended family she's a surrogate auntie and mum.
Army divorce figures are 18 per cent higher than those for England and Wales.
Young wives posted abroad with their husbands spend months as single parents in foreign countries while their husbands are sent away on duty. When marriages fail it's often families' officers who pick up the pieces.
Tony, a new SSAFA social worker, found his situation mirrored that of the wives.
He was so unhappy he asked his wife to give up her job and join him within a few months. 'I certainly leamt,' he says, 'that being an army wife isn't a bowl of cherries.' Filmed in West Germany, this programme looks at an army medical centre and a families' office.
Film editor Mike Lane
Producer Mane Thomas
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More straight talking from Sir John Harvey-Jones . 6: 'Swimming against the tide....'
Sir John, facing probably his toughest challenge yet, gets to grips with the unique Morgan motor company.
Turning out nine hand-built cars a week, Morgan has remained virtually unchanged since the 30s.
Now with waiting lists of up to ten years, Peter Morgan and his son Charles would like to produce more cars. But how will they react to
Sir John's dramatic solution? Producer Anne Laking
Executive producer Richard Reisz (Following this final programme is a discussion featuring Sir John and key people from the series.)
For the last six weeks
Sir John Harvey-Jones , ex-chairman of ICI, has taken on the role of industrial detective. He has been hot on the trail of ways to improve production methods, design and above all management.
Tonight Sir John faces some of the recipients of his advice and a number of other industrialists to attempt to chart a way forward for Britain. Why is . this country still dropping in the world's industrial league table? Are we not ambitious enough? Too slow to change? Or are the problems even more fundamental than that?
How can we do it better?
Chaired by Brian Redhead. Producers Robert Thirkell and Anne Laking
Executive producer Richard Reisz
By the Labour Party.
With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media programme.
Health Visiting and the Family
Health visitors safeguard the health of children, but do they also interfere?
Producer Clare Falkner (R)