What Value Nuclear
What Value Nuclear
Could sun worship be the death of you?
Producer John Coleman BBC South (R)
Robin Henbury-Tenison and his wife Louella rode two white horses from the Camargue home to Cornwall. (R)
Nigel Farrell meets people determined to get the most from their weekends. (R)
Cameraman Sid Perou is under ground in north and west England.
Narrator: Ken Cooper. (R)
Starring William PoweU Ginger Rogers
When a gossip columnist drops dead in debonair lawyer Clay Dalzell 's office, he finds himself pursuing cocktails and assassins.
Director Stephen Roberts
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Told by Paul Nicholas. Cartoon by Eric Hill
Animation Leo Beltoft
Production Clive Juster (R)
With Floella Benjamin,
David, Elizabeth, Ivan, James, Larissa and children from
Lovelace Primary School. Story: The Present by Peter Bonnici.
Storyteller: Saeed Jaffrey. Illustrations Lisa Kopper
Musical director Richard Brown Producer Sheila Fraser Executive producer Cynthia Felgate (R)
Finishes and polishes.
Presented by Albert Jackson and David Day. (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5- year olds. (R)
The education programme Clean Slate with sign language and subtitles.
Stonemason Cecil Durston believes there will always be a place for his craft.
Executive producer Bridget Winter Producer Peter Bale (R)
Weather followed by The Mick Burke
Second of a two-part programme for amateur film-makers, presented in conjunction with the Royal Geographical Society.
A team of students voyages to Robinson Crusoe Island to examine an endangered species of humming bird; another group builds an adventure playground for handicapped children in Morocco and a group of kayakers from Portsmouth Polytechnic brave a Himalayan torrent.
Regional News and Weather
Paul Michael Glaser
Starsky's reckless driving causes a serious accident.
Will Hutton argues that it is simplistic to portray recent events in eastern Europe simply as the triumph of capitalism and democracy over communism. As people build new democracies, they will make judgments on western ideas of citizenship. Series producer Sam Organ
Producer Timothy Copestake BBC Bristol (R)
Chelsea Flower Show, the Mecca for gardeners.
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Starring James Stewart, Jane Wyman
Rip Smith's opinion poll organisation is going broke when he hears from a pal that the town of Grandview exactly reflects 'national' opinions. Knowing that he can make his fortune Rip heads for Grandview.
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The series where the public can make their own programmes.
Poppies in a Field of Corn In every major British town and city people live rough. Peter Buchanan spent five years as a down-and-out in the wealthy university town of Cambridge. Now a writer, he returns there to record the lives of the city's homeless. Production assistant Jane Brooks Producer Ray Hough
Community programme unit editor Tony Laryea
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8QT with your programme ideas.
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Dreams and Revolution
Zdena Tomin chose exile in Britain ten years ago. Earlier this year she returned to Prague for an emotional reunion of the Charter 77 group. She describes the years of exile, when her only contact with her homeland was through a microphone for the BBC World Service. She recounts her nightmares, remembers her clandestine life in Prague and talks to Vaclav Havel and Jifl Dienstbier , once fellow dissidents, now part of a fledgling government. Producer Nick Shearman
Executive producer Peter Symes
A comedy series written by Richard Cottan and Christopher Douglas. To celebrate 'green day' in the centre, Spinnij the clown is hosting a 'mimathon'.
Producer Andre Ptaszynski Director Bob Spiers
A Pola Jones film production for BBCtv
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Ten films observing the fortunes of those most affected by a changing Britain. 3: Thorny and Co.
Thornton went to Harrow, his friends to other public schools. At 18 they made serious money in commodities and lived the high life. Then the City bubble burst.
Executive producer Paul Watson Producer Peter Gordon BBC Elstree
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Jeremy Paxman with the day's top stories and the background on events making the news at home and abroad.
Michael Ignatieff chairs a discussion from the Cafe Slavia in Prague which examines the moral dilemmas facing the Czechoslovakian people as they prepare to vote for a new government. How can a peaceful transition to democracy be reconciled with a desire for revenge against those who collaborated with the old regime?
Director Kevin Loader
Producer Janice Hadlow
Introduction to Psychology: Personnel Selection
How psychologists help appoint the right people. Producer Graham Turner (R)