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4.0 Victorian Values A series of six programmes. 3: Family Life TERRY JONES sets out to discover if the world of 'Home Sweet Home' existed in Victorian Britain, with historians ANNA DAVIN and ELLEN ROSS.
4.30 Inside Information A ten-programme course
8: The Intelligent Machine? Can computers think for themselves? PAUL HEINEY reports on the latest moves towards Artificial Intelligence, and gardening expert ALAN TITCHMARSH discovers a computer program which can diagnose plant diseases. There's also a report on computers in the classroom and on what makes good software.
5.0 Sports Coaching A new series of six programmes providing a basic introduction to coaching for coaches of all sports Presented by david icke
1: Coaches - Who Needs Them? Coaching is seen as vital in the development of young sportsmen and sportswomen. But what do coaches do? How do they go about their work? And what is good coaching practice? Study packs on many of the topics covered in this series are available from the National Coaching Foundation. For further information write to: [address removed] Series producer FRANK WARWICK ●DRELPLINES: page 69
5.30 Euromagazine Edizione italiana (2) ANGELA VIRDO scopre quello che pensano gli italiani della vita in Gran Bretagna. Presentatori DENISE DE RÖME e ENRICO VERDECCHIA


Unknown: Anna Davin
Unknown: Ellen Ross.
Unknown: Paul Heiney
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Presented By: David Icke
Unknown: Beckett Park
Producer: Frank Warwick
Unknown: Angela Virdo
Unknown: Denise de Röme
Unknown: Enrico Verdecchia

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