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BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from 2.
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two
2.-2.2 News
The World of Noël Coward: JOHN HADFIELD , editor of a new book Cowardy Custard, talks to JEAN GOODMAN.
Do-it-yourself Conservation: how a fine-art society goes about preserving our treasures. Reading your letters.
About the House: more points from Parliament.
JAMES MCMANUS reads
Holding On by MERVYN JONES (3)
BBC One London

For Schools, Colleges

9.38 It's Maths
Sequences
10.0 TV Club
A Place Like Home: Errol
10.23 Music Time
Holding On
BBC One London

For Schools, Colleges

11.0 A Good Read: 6 - the plot at Weir Castle thickens.
Introduced by GORDON GRIFFIN
GILLIAN HAWSER and GORDON ASTLEY Producer GEOFF WILSON
11.22 Music Time: Holding On
11.45 General Studies Long Term Prisoners
Reporter TOM MANGOLD Producer JOHN PENYCATE
BBC Radio 4 FM

Morning Story

Holding on to Memories bv JILL NORRIS
Read by Elizabeth Proud Producer MITCH RAPER long wave only
BBC One London

For Schools, Colleges

10.15 Music Time
Holding On
10.38 Twentieth-Century History Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima
11.0 Merry-go-Round An Open Programme
Merry-go-Round looks at events in the news or of topical interest. Producer ED HAYWARD
11.23 Talkabout
Mr Cosmo the Conjuror
11.42 General Studies Have a Drink?
How many of us think of alcohol as a drug? The film looks at the ways in which the consumption of alcohol affects our behaviour. Producer BRUCE JAMSON
BBC One London

For Schools, Colleges

10.15 Music Time
Holding On
10.38 Twentieth-Century History Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima
11.0 Merry-go-Round
An Open Programme
11.23 Talkabout
Mr Cosmo the Conjuror
11.42 General Studies
Have a Drink?
BBC One London

For Schools, Colleges

2.15 Music Time
Holding On
2.40 Television Club Pet Subject
BBC One London

For Schools, Colleges

2.15 Music Time
Holding on
2.40 Television Club Pet Subject
BBC Two England

Have Footlights - Will Travel

"Three nomads, wandering the deserts of London and the provinces, and holding on by the skin of our teeth to keep the Yiddish Theatre ... alive!' Anna Tzelniker , Harry Ariel and Bernard Mendelovitch are the last three Yiddish actors in the country. With no permanent theatre of their own, they struggle to bring their unique tradition of theatre to an audience of nostalgic older people and younger people searching for their roots.
Film editor PETER BARBER Producer ROSALIND GOLD
BBC South and East: Elstree (Regional programme- for variations see below)
BBC Two England

Have Footlights - Will Travel

Three nomads, wandering the deserts of London and the provinces, and holding on by the skin of our teeth to keep the Yiddish theatre ... alive!
Anna Tzelniker , Harry Ariel and Bernard Mendelovitch are the last three Yiddish actors in the country. With no permanent theatre of their own, they struggle to bring their unique tradition of theatre to an audience of nostalgic older people and younger people searching for their roots.
Half an hour of unbroken interest and unalloyed entertainment STAGE A gentle, moving portrait of the last three professional Yiddish actors
TIMES
Film editor PETER BARBER Producer ROSALIND GOLD
BBC One London

Grandstand

Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Provisional Timetable
12.20 Cricket; 12.40 Racing
12.55 News; 1.00 Snooker
1.10 Racing; 1.25 Rallying
1.45 Racing; 2.10 Rugby League
3.50 Football; 4.00 Snooker
4.40 Final Score
Rugby League
Great Britain v Australia
The Third Test in the British Coal
Test series from Elland Road.
Commentary by Ray French and John Monie.
Snooker
The fifth round of the Stormseal UK
Professional Championships from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
Rallying
Steve Rider reports on the Mobil 1 Rally Challenge, Round 5, from the Isle of Man.
Cricket: First Test
Australia v England
Highlights of the second day's play from Brisbane.
Racing
From Newbury.
12.45 North Street Handicap Chase (2m 160yds)
1.15 Gerry Feilden Hurdle Race (2m 100yds)
1.50 Hennessy Gold Cup Handicap Chase (3m 2f 82yds)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Richard Pitman. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips
0 SPORTS PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR COUPON: page 17
BBC One London

Beverley Craven in Concert

Sri Lankan born singer/songwriter Beverley Craven entered the charts this year with a series of hits - "Promise Me", "Holding On" and her current single "Woman to Woman" - and she appeared with some of music's biggest names in the benefit concert for Kurdish refugees at Wembley during the summer. Craven performs her hits and other tracks from her platinum-selling album "Beverley Craven" in this concert recorded at Birmingham's new Symphony Hall during her first major tour this autumn.
A White Rabbit production for BBCtv
(Stereo)
BBC Two England

Golf

USA v Europe
Europe's golfers begin their defence of golf's greatest team prize, the Ryder Cup, against the United States at Kiawah
Island, South Carolina. The last time it was contested in America, in 1987, the Europeans pulled off a surprise win (their first ever in the US) and two years later the teams drew at the Belfry, with Europe holding on to the cup. Europe's team blends established stars like
Nick Faido and Seve Ballesteros with five Ryder Cup newcomers. America's big guns include Payne Stewart , Ray Floyd and Mark Calcavecchia. Today's coverage features the opening fourballs. Presented by Steve Rider , with Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley and Alex Hay.
( Coverage continues at 11.15pm)
BBC One London

Wogan

Tonight Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn, one of Hollywood's happiest couples, talk to Terry Wogan. And pop singer Beverley Craven performs Holding On. Producer Jane O'Brien
Executive producer Peter Estall
BBC One London

Beverley Craven in Concert

Another chance to see the singer's concert recorded at
Birmingham's new Symphony Hall during her first major tour last year.
The Sri Lankan-born singer/ songwriter entered the charts in 1991 with a series of hits -
Promise Me, Holding On and Woman to Woman - and appeared with some of music's biggest names in the benefit concert for Kurdish refugees at Wembley last summer.
Once a backing vocalist for soul star Bobby Womack , Craven's successful new solo career has recently won her a 1992 Brit award as Best British
Newcomer.
In tonight's programme, she performs tracks from her eponymous platinum-selling debut album.
Director John G Smith
A White Rabbit production for BBCtv ● STEREO
BBC One London

QED

Investigative science series. Gripping Stuff. How do flies crawl up smooth surfaces and why do bats not fall from their perches when sleeping? Finding out how animals perform their amazing gripping feats has occupied Dr Graham Walker for 20 years. By contrast,
Professor Tony Kinloch has devoted his life to developing glues for human use. In this lighthearted comparison between animal and human gripping technologies, these experts find out if man can beat nature when it comes to holding on. Producer Isabelle Rosin
Series editor David Filkin
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Casualty

United.... by Blood. David's first day on reception is enlivened by two feuding families, while a devastated Josh seeks solace in Baz. See today s choices.
Written by Tony McHale ; Producer Rosalind Anderson Director Tony McHale ♦ Ian Bleasdale 's Kind of Day: p
BBC One London

Vets in Practice

The twice-weekly series about a group of young vets.
Holding On. A bemused budgie and an ailing alsatian keep
Trude busy, while Sam and her colleagues wait for the surgery's grey mare to give birth.
Continues tomorrow at 8pm
Joe Inglis's Kind of Day: page
BBC One London

Antiques Inspectors

The late Jill Dando presents the series in which experts from the Antiques Roadshow search for treasures in people's homes.
This week Jill discovers there is more to Sherborne in Dorset than 26 antique shops, while
Hilary Kay and Christopher Payne reveal which comic annuals are worth holding on to. With Lars Tharp and Tim Wonnacott. Directors Keith Sheather and Karen WalshSeries producer Anne Clements
Digital widescreen
BBC Two England

Maternity

Continuing the senes filmed at UCH Obstetric hospital, one of London's leading units.
Tonight, the stories of two women facing pregnancy and childbirth on their own.
Twenty-seven-year-old Shona Sibary has just ended her relationship with the father of her baby but decides to go ahead with the pregnancy anyway, white Chrystei Henry, who is 18 and lives in a hostel, has an unplanned pregnancy and no contact with the father.
See today's choices. Director Peter Gordon
Executive producer Clare Paterson
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)






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