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Daytime on Two

Synopsis

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Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.

9.25 Mach's Gut!: 1
A German language series. Shopping in the market and expressing opinions. (R)

9.40 am Lifeschool
Paul Dooner, 21, a trader and aspiring television presenter, talks about money and values.

10.05 am You and Me
For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)

10.18 am Music Time
A musical version of the Hans Christian Andersen story, The Emperor and the Nightingale. Performed by children from Roxeth Manor Middle School.
Presenters: Jonathan Cohen and Helen Speirs.

10.40 am Job Bank
A look at jobs with British Telecom. (R)

11.00 am Zig Zag: 1
Faces are as individual as fingerprints. How does Scotland Yard put together a photofit? Paul Coia and Sheelagh Gilbey find out with the help of Peter Bennett and Sheila Hocken.

11.20 am Living Decisions
First of four films for home economics students. How do people use their time, skills and energy in the home? (R)

11.40 am Mindstretchers
A series of problems for 10-to 12-year-olds. Possible solutions on Friday 11.40am. (R)

11.45am Micro Mindstretchers
A series which makes creative use of the computer in the classroom.
Today: how to design and publish a school newspaper. Some hints are suggested on Friday at 11.45am. (R)

11.50 am Save a Life
Dr Alan Maryon Davis presents a guide to emergency first aid. You can save a life if you know the ABCs of resuscitation. The first thing to remember is 'A' for airway. (R)
(Ceefax Subtitles)

12.00 Thinkabout
Science for 5- to 7-year-olds. Frank and the children look at the difference between town and country life. (R)

12.15 pm History File
The final years of the Second World War led to Germany's defeat and post-war Europe's problems. (R)

12.35 pm Mathsworks: 1
A new series from the USA for 9- to 12-year-olds to develop mathematical skills. Finding areas of rectangles. With Adam Henderson.

12.50 pm Children Talking
Harold Williamson talks to children about weddings. (R)

1.00 pm A-Level Biology
A journey to the innermost depths of cells to explore the basis of life. (R)

1.20 pm Greenclaws
Greenclaws goes on holiday. (R)

1.40 pm Landmarks
First of four programmes on the theme of Victorian childhood. In 1887, Queen Victoria celebrated her Golden Jubilee. Exactly 100 years later, children from the Salisbury Small Schools Association re-enacted local Jubilee events. (R)

2.00 pm News; Weather followed by Words and Pictures
Stuart and Nutmeg the cat go camping. Today's story, One Moonlit Night, is about two boys camping out.
Presenter: Stuart Bradley.

Contributors

Interviewee (Lifeschool): Paul Dooner
Film editor (Lifeschool): Robyn Rogers
Producer (Lifeschool): Sonia Palmer
Music teacher (Music Time): Hilary Knight
Drama teacher (Music Time): Katrina Brook
Presenter/musical director (Music Time): Jonathan Cohen
Presenter (Music Time): Helen Speirs
Producer (Music Time): Elizabeth Bennett
Presenter (Zig Zag): Paul Coia
Presenter (Zig Zag): Sheelagh Gilbey
Expert/interviewee (Zig Zag): Peter Bennet
Expert/interviewee (Zig Zag): Sheila Hocken
Producer (Zig Zag): Tom Stanier
Presenter (Save a Life): Dr Alan Maryon Davis
Presenter (Mathsworks): Adam Henderson
Interviewer (Children Talking): Harold Williamson
Producer (Children Talking): Michael Barton
Claws family stories (Greenclaws): Sonya Dann
Script (Greenclaws): Ursula Jones
Illustrations (Greenclaws): Jane Gedye
Designer (Greenclaws): Bob Cove
Producer (Greenclaws): Christine Hewitt
Presenter (Words and Pictures): Stuart Bradley
Puppeteer (Words and Pictures): Mary Edwards
Series producer (Words and Pictures): Caroline Godley

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