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Daytime on Two


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9.10 Encounter: Italy Town and Country
Italian contrasts: provincial life in Siena; the remote villages ot Basilicata; the city of Milan
9.25 Pages from Ceefax
9.48 Maths at Work (1)
Young people use CSE Maths. a factory supervisor, supermarket assistant, receptionist, printer and cabinet maker.
Series producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
10.10 Sex Education. Growing
How do children learn and grow and what are the special changes that take place at puberty? These questions are answered for 8- to 10-year-olds in the first of a three-part series. Producer DEREK LONGHURST
10.35 Japan: The Crowded Islands. The City
The startling contrast between the facade of Tokyo and everyday life inside the Yagis house - a Tokyo 'cockney' family.
Producer LEN BROWN
11.0 Watch. Going on Holiday: Crossing the Channel
11.17 Walrus - Guess What? 1: Reading Between the Lines
Four young people join MICHAEL ROSEN and start to read a book. They work out what it seems to be about and think about what might be coming next. Clues presented by DAVID FREEMAN Producer MORTON SURGUY
11.40 Home Economics. Fats
Expert medical opinion tells us to cut down on fats. LESLEY JUDD reveals the source of hidden fats in our diet and shows how to prepare attractive meals using less fat.
12.2 Mindstretchers: Problems A to B: The Problem
Problems for 10- to 12-year-olds to work on, with suggested solutions. There are many ways to get from A to B. Which is the quickest? With VICKY LICORISH and TONY AITKEN
(Solutions on Friday)
12.7 Pages from Ceefax
2.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds My Home. MIKE MAYNARD and some young friends look at a doll's house and then explore the rooms of a real house.
2.15 British Social History Nine Days in May by MICHAEL TAVISTOCK
'The Government's out to smash us all ... it's gonna be tough but it's what we've got to do.'
'I can see what you can't. It's a strike against Parliament and the constitution. It's revolution you're aiming at.'
The 1926 General Strike divides a community.


Unknown: Kate Livingston
Producer: David Roseveare
Producer: Derek Longhurst
Producer: Len Brown
Unknown: Michael Rosen
Presented By: David Freeman
Producer: Morton Surguy
Unknown: Lesley Judd
Unknown: Vicky Licorish
Unknown: Tony Aitken
Unknown: Mike Maynard
Unknown: Lloyd McGuire
Unknown: Caroline John.
Unknown: Denis Holmes
Unknown: Chris Sullivan.
Unknown: Roger Hume
Unknown: John Rowe
Unknown: Colin Jeavons
Director: Tony Virgo
Producer: Ronald Smedley

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