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Daytime on Two


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9.38 Science Workshop Animals of the Soil (B)

10.0 You and Me: A series for 4- and 5-year-olds: There's trouble when Dibs takes the 'wet paint' signs off the stall. NICHOLAS goes to the bakery where his grandad works. Song: 'Hickety-tickety' (R)

10.15 Maths Counts: What Price to Pay?: Bert falls for a special offer but Elsie falls - for Solihull? (R)

10.38 Maths at Work: Young people use CSE maths at work.
Producer ROGER FRY (R)

11.0 Words and Pictures: Trog and the Dog

11.17 Let's See: The Sea 4: The Daughter of the King Ron

11.40 Scene: Who Will My Parents Be?

12.10 pm Pages from Ceefax

1.0 Maths Help (II): For adults studying maths to O-level, this series offers help with common difficulties. 10: Trigonometric Problems (R)

1.15 Higher Education: Getting that Degree: A film about undergraduates and their studies at universities in Scotland, Wales and England What kind of careers guidance do the universities provide? Producer JOHN CHAPPLE (R)

1.38 Home Ground Environment 5: Towns and Cities: A journey with naturalist Lionel Kelleway through parks and city streets to derelict sites and domestic back gardens - discovering wildlife living where you would least expect. Producer JACK KING. BBC Wales

2.0 Watch: Then and Now: Entertainment: James and Louise look at some of the popular children's games of 80 years ago. Watch a magic lantern show and join a group of children visiting a silent cinema. Presented by LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and JAMES EARL ADAIR Producer JULIE CALLANAN

2.18 Walrus: What's it Gonna Be? My Pretty Maid by GERRY HUXHAM (R)

2.40 Zig Zag: Find that Man


Producer: Michael Coyle
Producer: John Chapple
Presenter: Lionel Kelleway
Producer: Jack King.
Presenter: Louise Hall-Taylor
Presenter: James Earl Adair
Producer: Julie Callanan
Writer: Gerry Huxham

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