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Daytime on Two

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9.15 Childcare and Parenthood The First Vital Months
A look at the families featured in the previous programme.
The babies have now arrived. How is everyone coping? (R)
9.38 Past Thirteen
Choices in the Third Year What to Choose
'For me it was one of the first most important decisions of my life.'
Two fifth-formers look back to the time when they made third-year option choices. They describe how they went about making their decision, what advice they received from friends, teachers and parents, and how their choices have turned out in practice. Producer NICHOLAS WHINES
10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Dibs wants to join in on Cosmo's game with JENI BARNETT - but they won't let him. Meet the number 5 and the song 'Five in a bed'. Book: Alex and Roy (R)
10.15 Music Time
The Sleeping Beauty (1)
Some tunes from Tchaikovsky's ballet music are linked with characters and events from the story.
Presented by JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS (R)
10.38 History File
British Social History
Richard Arkwright and the First Factories
MAX MASON visits Cromford in Derbyshire to see where part of the new world began. (R) ll.OZigZag
Patterns Hold the Key
Sir John Snow spotted a pattern of disease in Victorian Soho. It led to the conquest of cholera. (R)
11.22 Thinkabout. In the Air When the children's kite gets stuck up a tree, it brings down more than they bargained for. (R)
11.40 General Studies Bias in the News?
For more than ten years the Glasgow Media Group has been finding evidence of bias in television news. GREG PHILCO of Glasgow University has been invited to select extracts from news coverage of the miners' strike to support his case. ALASTAIR HETHERINGTON ,
Professor of Media Studies at
Stirling University, presents an opposing view. Chairing the discussion is NICK ROSS. Producer BRUCE JAMSON
12.5 pm The Effective Manager The Deep End. First part of a dramatised trilogy about the problems facing Lewis Jones in his first managerial job. Producer GRAHAM TURNER
A BBC/Open University production
12.35 The Rise and Fall of King Cotton
4: The Ruthless King (R)
1.5 Play Tennis
3: Are You Ready? (R)
1.38 Casebook Scotland 8: Changing Leisure
The 'leisure boom' in Scotland. Presenter MURIEL GRAY
Producer PETER WHITEFORD (R)
2.0 Words and Pictures Trog and His Axe
The Trog family have a problem trying to pull a tree down.
The Quickerwits advise them to make an axe. (R)
2.18 Tutorial Topics
Living with a Handicap Twelve-year-old
ALISTAIR JORDAN 'S thoughts and feelings about being in a wheelchair.
Asian Girl: PERMINDERPAL gill . a 13-year-old Sikh girl bom in Britain, weighs up the pros and cons of living in two cultures. (R)
2.40 Religious Studies: Why Because?
3: But is it True?
This is one of the questions children often ask when they hear a story. There are three sections in this programme: a creation story; a modem story of temptation; and a battle between good and evil. Narrators WEI WEI WONG
INDIRA JOSHI. MADHAV SHARMA Producer JULIA DRUM
Series producer SUE WEEKS

Contributors

Producer: Nicholas Whines
Unknown: Jeni Barnett
Presented By: Jonathan Cohen
Presented By: Helen Speirs
Unknown: Richard Arkwright
Unknown: Max Mason
Unknown: Sir John Snow
Unknown: Greg Philco
Unknown: Alastair Hetherington
Unknown: Nick Ross.
Producer: Bruce Jamson
Unknown: Lewis Jones
Producer: Graham Turner
Presenter: Muriel Gray
Producer: Peter Whiteford
Unknown: Alistair Jordan
Unknown: Perminderpal Gill
Narrators: Wei Wei Wong
Narrators: Indira Joshi.
Narrators: Madhav Sharma
Producer: Julia Drum
Producer: Sue Weeks

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