6.45 Behind the Seat
7.10 Nuclear Weapons:
Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
7.35 A Question of Fuel Supply
8.00 Chemistry: Why Build Models?
8.25 Newton's Law of Motion
The Why Bird Stop where Why is having trouble waking up this morning.
Fiona Beynon Brown. (R)
"Let God be God"
"The biggest challenge to faith today comes not from atheists denying God, but from believers diminishing Him," says the Rev Dr Colin Morris , who today preaches the first of six sermons in the campus chapel at the University of Sussex. Joining the students for this series of worship programmes for Lent are members of the local churches. The series is introduced by Pauline Webb and the worship is led by the Rev Gavin Ashenden , the chaplain to the university. 1: The Mystery of God Producer CHRIS LOUGHUN Editor HELEN ALEXANDER
This week: haute cuisine for babies; pepping up a dreary dining room; make-up secrets; and car maintenance.
With Janice Long. Director ANNE O'DWYER
18: Com'era una volta?
With Lilly Lembo Lambert and Enrico Verdecchia.
Film cameraman REMI ADEFARASIN
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R)
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Rich and Poor
Chantal Cuer presents two films which emphasise the stark contrast between rich and poor in France.
The first portrays the glamorous lifestyle of the BCBG - bon-chic-bon-genre
- France's answer to Sloane
Rangers, following them to their balls and favourite holiday resorts. Life is very different for the homeless of Paris. Today's second film paints a shocking picture of the people for whom life is a constant struggle.
Assistant producer SARA GREEN Series producer FIONA PITCHER
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This week: how to express what you feel without getting angry or being a doormat. Producer PETER RAMSDEN
Series producer SUZANNE DAVIES (R)
Twenty programmes to help you read, write and communicate more effectively.
Presented by Chris Serle. 12: Interview Success Making the most of an interview means research, preparation, rehearsal, being positive, good body language and friendly persuasion. Studio director JOHN M.A. LANE Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
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A guide to healthy eating presented by Liza Goddard. 1: Food for Life
What's so bad about traditional British eating, and what are the first steps we can take towards a fitter future?
Mr Average..... JEFFREY HOLLAND Production ANNA JACKSON and SALLY KIRKWOOD (R)
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A magazine programme with sign language and subtitles. Presented by Clive Mason and Maureen Denmark and interpreted by John Lee and Brenda Mackay.
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE Series producer IAN WOOLF
Anne Brown investigates the Milk Marketing Board's monopoly and the possibility of a free market.
Introduced by John Craven. Plus the weather for the countryside at 12.55pm with John Kettley. Producer MIKE DERBY
Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill
With Moira Stuart followed by On the Record
Labour has been harshly critical of the Government's education record. But could the Labour Party do any better? Shadow Education
Secretary Jack Straw reveals whether Labour passed the education test.
Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby. With John Cole.
Producer MARK DOWD
Editor DAVID AARONOvrrcH
by Tony Grounds and Juliet Ace.
Can Rod tell Dot about his big decision? Will Paul help Frank find Diane? The Mitchells stir up trouble, and Cindy plans a surprise for Ian.
Starring David Niven and Peter Sellers.
In this extravagant!y madcap spy spoof, the world is under threat, and only one man can save it - former British agent 007. So Bond, now Sir James and happily retired, must again attempt to smash
SMERSH - braving danger, death ... and the girls of the Mata Hari School of Dancing.
George Raft HIMSELF
Suggested by the IAN FLEMING novel Directed by JOHN HUSTON KEN HUGHES. VAL GUEST
ROBERT PARRISH and JOE MCGRATH
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Sir James Bond:
Andy Crane shows how to impress the bank manager with the final of the Lloyds Bank Fashion Challenge.
From Wales, there are shoes by Al's Feet; and at the Imperial War Museum, war paint. Plus plans to make the dream wedding come true. Get smart with Selina Scott
Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Raj Dhanda.
Producer CLARE STRIDE
Executive producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill
An elephant-shaped money box, a bear holding an umbrella stand, three dragons chasing pearls round a large cloisonne vase, and a surprisingly valuable owl called Ozzie give a naturalistic flavour to this edition from the Demgate Centre, Northampton.
Introduced by Hugh Scully. Director DIANE REID
Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS BBC Bristol
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June Whitfield discovers easy ways to work out at work to prevent ourselves becoming part of the working weak in a world where 'higher-tech' means lower physical effort. With Professor Jerry Morris and Dr Stuart Biddle. Producers PETER RAMSDEN and ALAN RUSSELL
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With Moira Stuart ; Weather
Roger Royle visits the Welsh border town of Abergavenny which is celebrating its 900th anniversary. Ian Coulton explains why he is a man of two uniforms and local artist Adrian Andrews demonstrates his work.
Father God I Wonder; The Servant King; Speak. 0 Speak Thou Lovely Jesus (Blaen-wern); In Heavenly
Love Abiding (Penlan); Jesus Is Lord; Jesus, Lover of My Soul
(Aberystwyth); 0 Boundless Salvation; All Saints of Wales (Hyfrydol).
Producer DAFYDD OWEN Editor ROGER HUTCHINGS
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By George Layton.
Starring Tony Britton and Nigel Havers.
Both Toby and Tom have good reason to keep in with an eminent Peer of the Realm but nobody could foresee the disastrous outcome.
Producer and directer HAROLD SNOAD
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Dr Tom Latimer:
Dr Charles Cartwright:
Starring John Nettles All the Sad Songs by Rod Beacham.
After a chance meeting at the races Bergerac becomes involved in the dubious world of the cabaret circuit.
Series created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART Music by RAY RUSSELL
Script editor DAVID CRANE Film editor PAUL GARRICK
Photography DAVID WHITSON Directed by TIM FYWELL
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Det Sgt Jim Bergerac:
The Metropolitan Police
Cadet school at Hendon is again the venue where four contenders take their chance in the quest for the title 'Mastermind 1990'.
The life and Swallows and Amazons books of Arthur Ransome ;
(chartered accountant) The geography of Continental USA; Robert Fromow
The life and works of Thomas Gainsborough ; Brian Bibby
The life and operas of Verdi. With Magnus Magnusson. Director ANDREA CONWAY Producer PETER MASSEY BBC Elstree
Real-life humour, mishaps, special investigations and consumer stories drawn from the 10.000 letters you send That's Life! every week.
With Esther Rantzen , Gavin Campbell , Adrian Mills , Howard Leader , Simon Fanshawe and Doc Cox. Editor SHAUN WOODWARD
Deputy editor BRYHER SCUDAMORE
Michael Buerk presents the latest news and pictures from Britain and around the world.
Skeletons in the Cupboard How would you like your ancestors' remains to be locked up in somebody else's cupboard and labelled 'scientific specimens'?
In this case the cupboards are in Britain's museums and universities who are reluctant to release their contents in case they are lost for ever, buried on the other side of the world. The scientific specimens are the ancestral remains of Australian
Aborigines; their descendants believe that until thebones are returned to them and buried neither they, nor the living spirits of their ancestors, can rest in peace.
In the first of a new series, Heart of the Matter looks at the Aboriginal claims to the skeletons in the museum cupboards.
With Joan Bakewell. Director RIZU HAMID
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
Starring Judd Hirsch. Bound for
Gloria Kirk decides to give lonely widow Gloria a 'pep talk' and is amazed at the results.
Based on the BBC series by JOHN SULLIVAN
Why are more and more
German university students coming to Britain to take degrees?
Second Chance: Bellie Pass is
87, and is the oldest woman in Britain to pass a GCSE. With Jackie Spreckley and Jill Cochrane.
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