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Daytime on Two


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9.00 The Historyman: West Stow

9.30 Help Your Child With Maths Out and About
Maths lies waiting wherever the family goes.

9.45 Help Your Child With Reading
It's never too soon to introduce children to books.

10.00 You and Me: Don't Laugh

10.15 Job Bank: Something in the City
From merchant banks to insurance broking.

10.35 English Time Talking Posh
Manchester pupils debate the values of 'talking posh'.

10.55 Search Out Science: Dinosaur Competition

11.00 Landmarks Buildings and Builders
How concrete is made and what it is used for.

11.20 A Question of Science: Part 1

11.40 Landmarks Special Reports: Espoo
Local children investigate environmental issues in a small Finnish town.

12.05 A-level Statistics Simulation
What factors cause a queue to develop?

12.25 Rockschool
A look at some of the digital technology available.

12.50 Teaching Today: Secondary Mathematics

1.20 PC Pinkerton
Everyone is going to the school fete except PC Pinkerton.

1.25 Penny Crayon
Penny conjures up ghosts with her magic crayons.

1.40 Music Time: The Gamelan

2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me: Don't Laugh


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