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9.52 Making History The Tudors:
Mary Queen of Scots
Why did Mary Queen of Scots, seek refuge in England?
Why did Elizabeth put her in prison? What kind of threat did she offer Elizabeth between 1558 and her death? The background to these questions, and a further one: what would you have done about Mary if you had been Elizabeth I?
Presented by RICHARD BURROWS Producer
JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read Fair Ground!
10: Mixed Fortunes
Amid all the fun of the fair, the petition is torn up and the fair's future is assured.
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
10.38 Science in Action Good Vibrations
This week, find out what multi-tracking is; turn your BBC micro into a sophisticated music synthesiser, and discover why a flute sounds different from a trombone!
Assistant producer CLARE ELSTOW
Series producer ROBIN MUDGE (R) (e)
11.0 Watch Carnival (R)
11.17 Near and Far
Leisure and Recreation The Great Outdoors
Walking, climbing, canoeing and even ski-ing are just a few of the many activities now popular in Britain. What effect does providing facilities for these have on places like Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands?
Narrator mari PRICHARD Producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
11.37 Textile Studies Clothes Talk
Roy, Joanne, Kirsty, Narinder and Jason choose a design-brief - an outfit for a party - and follow through their ideas.
They model the outfits before a panel of fashion buyers, journalists, pop-artists and an audience of textile students. Presented by KEITH CHEGWIN Producer JOHN CHAPPLE (R) (e)
11.57 Politics and You You and the Union
YTS trainees and fifth-formers find out how the union can help them.
Going to Work: Life Skills Family and Friends by BILL LYONS. For some it marks a turning point in their lives: a beginning. For others? With CINDY SHELLEY
CASSIE MCFARLANE ,
TONY MCPHERSON , GORDEN KAYE , SANDY RATCUFF , BILLY HAMON , SARA CLEE NICK REDING and RIO FANNING Director JILL GLINDON REED
Series producer PAUL MITCHELL (R) (e)
12.40 Pages from Ceefax
With CHANTAL CUER and PETER FIDDICK Le journal de M6
1.38 English Time: Storytelling When the Bell Goes
School stories past and present from Tom Brown 's Schooldays to Grange Hill.
Producer DAVID MELDRUM (R) (e)
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