7.10 Maths Modelling: Seat Belts
7.35 Farming: Organic or Conventional
8.00 Chemistry: Poisons That Paralyse
8.25 Maths: Differential
The Playbus stops today at the Dot Stop.
Two is the number
For Dot today
And with his shadow
Dash wants to play.
Producer Michael Cole (R)
The Rev Dr Colin Morris joins students at Sussex
University for his third talk on understanding God. Two of the university chaplains, the Rev Gavin Ashenden and the Rev
Raglan Hay-Will , lead the worship and Pauline Webb reflects on today's topic, the silence of God.
Director Valetta Stallabrass Producer Chris Loughlin
Stand-up comic Leelo Ross talks about self-image for larger people; Clare Connery cooks a meal in minutes; Barbara Daly shows make-up for older eyes; Danny Baker does a full check on his car;
Stefan Buczacki sows for spring; and a plain white blouse gets six different looks.
Presented by Janice Long. Director Jane Fletcher
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The last of 20 programmes for beginners in Italian, featuring film specially shot in Italy. A round-up of some of the places and people seen over the past few weeks and a trip to Todi, one of the loveliest medieval towns in the country.
With Lilly Lembo Lambert and Enrico Verdecchia.
Producer Maddalena Fagandini (R)
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A series of programmes about equal opportunities in multicultural Britain.
1: With black people ten times more likely to be turned away from Britain than white ones, Mosaic examines whether the immigration system is loaded against them.
Series producer John Twitchin Producer Tim Lambert (R)
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A series on ways to improve your mental health.
This week's programme suggests a mental and physical technique to help surmount general anxiety and panic attacks. Producer John Brooke
Series producer Suzanne Davies (R)
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Twenty programmes to help you communicate more effectively.
14: Signs, charts and maps can say far more than words, if you follow the clues.
Guest Michael Palin shares the tips he learned on his recent travels around the world. Presented by Chris Serle.
Researcher Philip Adams Producer Elizabeth Cretch
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A guide to healthy eating. 3: Our taste for fatty foods contributes to the horrifying figures for coronary heart disease in Britain. Male or female, fat or thin, fit or flabby, we can all cut down on fats with simple changes to our shopping and cooking. Can you spot the high fat foods on the supermarket shelf?
Presented by Liza Goddard. Detective Jeffrey Holland Production Anna Jackson and Sally Kirkwood (R)
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A magazine with sign language and subtitles.
Presented by Clive Mason and Maureen Denmark and interpreted by John Lee and Brenda Mackay. Producer Eddie Montague Series producer Ian Woolf
Not so long ago organic food and farming were objects of ridicule, but now a leading supermarket chain is co-sponsoring a E600,000 project on organic farming, and what claims to be
Britain's first totally green shop has just opened.
John Craven reports on the new 'green' grocers and the growing interest in organic food. Plus the weather for the countryside at 12.55pm with Michael Fish.
Editor Michael Fitzgerald BBC Pebble Mill
With Moira Stuart followed by On the Record
Labour and Liberty
As new constitutions are spawned in Eastern Europe, the urge for constitutional change has found increased expression in Britain, especially on the centre-left. Now Labour says it will improve Britain's rights and rituals. But is this really a thirst for reform - or just lip-service to a fashion? Labour deputy leader
Roy Hattersley faces his critics. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole.
Deputy editor David Jordan Editor David Aaronovitch
Omnibus by Tony Jordan.
Wheeling and dealing in Albert Square, as Frank tries to outmanoeuvre the Mitchell brothers, while they turn their charms on Julie. But Dot's changing fortunes are the real centre of attention, especially for those closest to her.
Starring Harry Hamlin Laurence Olivier
While the gods of Mount Olympus feud, Perseus faces terrifying ordeals in his quest to win the fair Andromeda.
Special effects Ray Harryhausen Director Desmond Davis
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Starring Tom the cat and a far-from-underdog mouse called Jerry.
There's Balenciaga and barbershops, leather jackets and maternity wear. Get smart with Selina Scott ,
Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Raj Dhanda. Producer Clare Stride
Executive producer Roger Casstles BBC Pebble Mill
In the last of the series the experts visit the Corn
Exchange, Brighton, to see a group of Meissen figures, a china cat with a good pedigree and an unusual drop-leaf spider table.
Introduced by Hugh Scully. Director Diane Reid
Producer Christopher Lewis BBC Bristol
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The last of three programmes linked to No Smoking Day.
Was it a gasp too far for Anne Robinson and the other volunteer ex-smokers?
More help on how to kick the habit.
Producer David Cordingley
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With Moira Stuart.
Some 1,500 years ago, St Patrick crossed from Roman Britain, sailed up Strangford Lough and landed in Co Down on his mission to evangelise the Irish.
This St Patrick's weekend Alan Titchmarsh visits the small market-garden town of Comber at the top of the Lough and meets those who still share the saint's faith. The people of the surrounding countryside join in the songs dear to them at the Second Comber Presbyterian Church. For the Might of Thme Arm (Cormac); I Bind unto Myself Today (St Patrick); Praise to the Lord (Lobe den Herren); Great Is Thy Faithfulness; My Spirit Longs for Thee (Fingal); Love Divine. All Loves Excelling (Hyfrydol); Christ Be Beside Me (Bunessan); Father Eternal. Ruler of Creation (Old 124th)
Conductor David Byers Producer James Skelly Editor Roger Hutchings
BBC Northern Ireland
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Written by George Layton.
Starring Tony Britton, Nigel Havers
Toby almost finds himself in hot water when he becomes involved in a little deception. Tom also has hot water problems - the installation of his central heating.
Dr Toby Latimer:
Dr Tom Latimer:
Dr Charles Cartwright:
The last in the series starring John Nettles.
Episode by David Crane.
Bergerac has been ordered back from France to protect a VIP from possible assassination. Jim's problem is that the VIP does not want to be protected.
Series created by Robert Banks Stewart Music Ray Russell
Production associate Mike Hudson Film editor Frances Parker Photography John Walker Director Ken Grieve
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From the Great Hall,
Four contenders from the south of England and the Channel Islands compete for a place in the semi-finals. Maurice McGrave
The science fiction of Brian Aldiss ;
Isobel Osmont (wife/mother) The German occupation of the Channel Islands, 1940-5; Brian Sims (retired lecturer) The life and works of Ravel; Paul Bradley
(cartographic draughtsman) Geography of Australia.
With Magnus Magnusson. Director Andrea Conway Producer Peter Massey BBCElstree
(Postponed from 11 March)
With Esther Rantzen , Gavin Campbell , Adrian Mills , Howard Leader , Simon Fanshawe and Doc Cox. Editor Shaun Woodward
Deputy editor Bryher Scudamore
With Martyn Lewis. Weather
Nelson Mandela in His Own Words
On 12 March, after nearly 30 years of enforced separation, Nelson Mandela flew into
Stockholm for a reunion with his lifelong friend and fellow founder of the African National Congress, Oliver Tambo. In an exclusive, in-depth interview, Joan Bakewell talks to Nelson Mandela about the personal and spiritual journey that has sustained him during his long years of imprisonment and asks him what his vision is for the future of his country and people.
Photography John Goodyer Series producer Olga Edridge
Starring Judd Hirsch John's feelings of inadequacy in sorting out his son's problems are increased when Kirk tries to help.
Based on the BBC series by John Sullivan
A series of films looking at issues relating to work.
1: Martyn Hughes lives in Benton on the outskirts of Newcastle. Until three years ago, he'd never been unemployed and worked as an inspector on the buses.
Then his wife Marielle died of leukaemia and he had to decide whether his children or his job came first.
Film editor John Dinwoodie Producer Frank Ash
Presented by Shahnaz Pakravan.