6.45 Biology: Insect Diversity 7.10 Maths: the Binomial Theorem 7.35 Copper: Resources and Reserves
8.00 Personality, Development and Learning8.25 Last of the Liberties
Sybil Phoenix has fostered over 200 children and now runs a refuge for homeless teenagers.
The residents of Ferguslie Park, Paisley, have waited a long time for their houses to be re-built on their run-down estate. Today, Linda Mary
Evans discovers that lives are also being rebuilt.
The deaf community contains a number of small minority groups. Gerard MacGuire and Karen Hobbs look at the way that gay men and lesbians are portrayed on television. With signing and subtitles.
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American Tom Peters made himself a millionaire from his business books and lectures.
David Lomax watches him address a conference about the importance of the customer.
Series on improving your speaking and writing skills at work.
Person-to-Person. How to use the telephone to your best advantage. With Danny Baker. • STEREO
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Knitting, a winter recipe and gardening advice. Presented by Nerys Hughes.
Scientific demonstrations from
Take Nobody's Word for It look at the strength of air pressure. 0 BBC BOOK: Take Nobody's Word for It, £3. 99 from booksellers.
The latest countryside stories, with John Craven. Plus at 12.55 weather for the week ahead.
Followed by On the Record
Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole look at vital issues as the general election looms.
Omnibus edition. Sharon and Michelle decide to have a girls' night out, while Sam and Ricky receive disapproval for squatting. ● STEREO
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The Alistair MacLean thriller, starring
Harrison Ford , Robert Shaw 1943: having destroyed the guns of Navarone, commandos Mallory and Miller are drafted for another hazardous mission.
OirectorGuy Hamilton ● FILMS: pages 33-38
Lt Col Mike Barnsby:
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Retailers make their predictions for the winning looks for spring. Five designers aim to put British menswear on the international circuit and old and unwanted textiles are recycled. Presented by Jeff Banks , Selina Scott and Caryn Franklin. ● STEREO
Hugh Scully and the experts visit the city of York where, appropriately, they discover a Yorkshire pottery teapot modelled as a white rose and a rare example of incunabula, a book printed before 1500. Producer Christopher Lewis
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Anneka Rice offers advice on preventing cycling injuries. Producer Stephen Moss
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With Chris Lowe.
Weather John Kettley
Though hard hit by the recession, Kilmarnock is bouncing back. Martin Bashir joins local residents in celebrating the town's 400th anniversary. Hymns: Crown Him with Many
Crowns (Diademata); Make Me a Channel of Your Peace (Temple); 0 Worship the King (Laudate
Dominum); The Lord's My Shepherd (Brother James's Air); Jesus Good Above All Other (Quern Pastores Laudavere); Shine Jesus Shine
(Kendrick); And Can It Be? (Sagina). Producer Stuart Miller
Editor Roger Hutchings
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Comedy series written by Jeremy Lloyd and Paul Adam. Starring Gorden Kaye
Michelle plans to swap an eel containing the Fallen Madonna for a dogfish containing ten million francs.
Director/Producer John B Hobbs
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Starring Ian McShane as the shady antiques dealer. Scotch on the Rocks. Lovejoy buys a Scottish sword at auction.
Episode written by T R Bowen
Producer Emma Hayter ; Director Baz Taylor
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Charles Montrose, MP:
Comedy written by Paul A Mendelson , creator of May to December, starring Tessa Peake-Jones George Costigan Miriam Karlin
Just like series writer
Mendelson in real life, Pete has given up his job in advertising to concentrate on writing, and he and his family have to move to a less salubrious district. They discover their house is already occupied - by a Jewish ghost.
Director John Stroud
Producer Caroline Gold
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv ● STEREO
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David Renwick 's acclaimed comedy series.
Starring Richard Wilson
The Beast in the Cage. Victor and Margaret embark on a day out but the outing turns into a nightmare.
With the voices of Eric Idle and John Du-Prez
Director/Producer Susan Belbin
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With Martyn Lewis.
Weather John Kettley
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Magnus Magnusson questions four more contenders in the Great Hall of the University of Reading. Their specialist subjects are the life and works of Pieter Bruegel the Elder,
British freshwater fish, the history of the flute and its music, and Soviet Russian literature 1917-77.
Director Andrea Conway
Producer Penelope Cowell * STEREO
Geel, in Belgium, is unique in psychiatric history. Since medieval times pilgrims have sought their cure at the shrine of St Dymphna, patron saint of madness. Over the years the townspeople opened their doors to the mentally ill as "boarders" - 600 years later this remarkable system of family foster care still exists. Today over 800 mentally ill people live freely in this community. Producer Anthony Budd Editor John Blake
A EKCo production for BBCtv
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Comedy series starring Judd Hirsch
The Last Dance. Ralph overcomes his fear of attending dances and meeting women.
Doctors. Two GPs compare life as they shadow each other at work in Gateshead and Granada.
Producer David Wilson
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Sky- Watcher. It is not necessary to have a large telescope in order to take a real interest in the night sky.
Binoculars will show a great deal. Patrick Moore takes viewers on a "guided tour". Producer Pieter Morpurgo