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9.36 MI 10: Mathematical Investigations 17: Get the Facts
'Men are taller than women.' Always? And how might you test such a statement? followed by Rolling
Stonehenge, a 50p coin and a drill which creates a square hole.
Presenter HILARY CLOUGH Produced by ROBIN MUDGE and DAVID ROSEVEARE (R)
9.58 Thinkabout. In the Air
10.15 Science Workshop Cleaning (B)
10.38 Exploring Science Living Underwater
11.0 The History Trail The New Machines
The Industrial Revolution began with cotton. A look at how and why it started and at the men and machines that made it happen.
Producer ALAN EREIRA (R)
11.22 Past Thirteen
Choices in the Third Year What to Choose
Two fifth-formers look back to the time when they made third-year option choices.
11.45 Politics and You Who Benefits?
One of the main points of contact between the individual and the state is over taxes and benefits - the unemployed, single parents and the disabled have strong views on this. But is it the role of the state to try to ensure a fairer distribution of wealth?
Producer ANDY WALKER (R)
12.5 pm Buongiorno Italia! A course for beginners in Italian
18: Com 'era una volta? (R)
Eight short programmes about tourist German - all you need to survive. 8: Prost! (R)
12.45 Bellamy's New World Presented by DAVID BELLAMY 7: Harvest and Hay-days (R)
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1.20 Appuntamento in Italia Ifrutti della terra
La raccolta delle olive; Mezzadri e contadini; Buon appetito! (R)
1.38 Around Scotland Looking Around You 1: Learning to See
JOHN CRAWFORD introduces the first of two programmes on visual awareness.
Producer ROBERT CLARK (R)
2.0 You and Me
BILL OWEN is with Cosmo and Dibs trying to mend a talking doll and a beeping bus. They sing 'Down at the station' and go with some deaf children to the zoo.
Director NICCI CROWTHER (R)
2.15 Music Time
The Sleeping Beauty (1)
2.40 History File
Richard Arkwright and the First Factories
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