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The "management" have to use all their brain power to stay at the top. And problems loom when the school is issued with a sporting challenge.
Written by Andrew Davies and Steve Attridge
Ricky discovers the truth behind Janine's unhappiness and decides to take matters into his own hands, while Frank plots his revenge.
This week's episodes written by Tony Jordan
The first hints of spring spread to Antarctica in September. On the beaches the bull elephant seals begin to fight over the females, and one of them almost runs over David Attenborough in the second of his programmes covering a year in the life of the continent.
Albatrosses arrive on the nesting cliffs of South Georgia, and macaroni penguins colonise the rocky slopes. Gentoo penguins climb the near-vertical snow faces to their nests, but as Attenborough says: "The journey down proves that penguins were not designed for ski-ing!"
The crab-eater seal, the world's second most numerous large mammal after man, lives and breeds on the ice floes around Antarctica, Adelie penguins march over the frozen ocean to their breedinggrounds and snow petrels travel to the heart of the ice-cap to nest.
Here, they raise their families at a temperature of -30 Celsius. Producer Alastair Fothergil
Face to face with the beach boys
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New romantic comedy about an unlikely time traveller, starring Nicholas Lyndhurst
Gary refuses to buy a suit for his 1993 promotion interview - but he can hardly take Phoebe to a 1940s dance hall in a sweatshirt and trainers.
With Les Brown and His Music.
Written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran Director Robin Nash
Producer John Bartlett
An Alomo production for BBCtv
New comedy series starring Richard Briers as a retired widower obsessed with television commercials.
With Christmas only two months away, Godfrey embarks on some exciting last minute gift ideas that bring chaos and catastrophe to the town's shopping malls.
Tandy de Silva:
Tonight's edition comes from London. The panel includes
Employment Secretary David Hunt MP, Labour MP
Roy Hattersley , and Sara Morrison , a board director of GEC.
Chaired by Peter Sissons. Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
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