Looking after the health of the expectant mother and of the developing baby is the subject of tonight's Television Doctor.
Most expectant mothers go to the antenatal clinic for the first time about 12 weeks after conception.
By this time the baby-to-be has already passed through the most hazardous part of its whole life - the period during which it develops from a single fertilised cell into a miniature human being.
Money - the force behind so many of our actions: loving and hating, hiring and firing, living and starving, or just piling it up. The people, the stories, and the action behind the one commodity no one can do without - money. Together with the Money-Minder - a regular feature with up-to-the-minute news of the Stock Market.
with Percy Thrower
In this year's first visit to his own garden Percy Thrower deals with the pruning of Hydrangea, Buddleia and other Summer Flowering Shrubs; and top-dressing Azaleas and Rhododendrons.
Also, a query chosen from viewers' letters is discussed.
Starring Dave Allen
with Jacqueline Clarke, Ronnie Brody, Ian Burford, Michael Sharvell-Martin and Chris Serle
The second of two films from one of Italy's most accomplished directors starring
Edmund Meschke with Ernest Pittschau, Ingetraud Hinze
Shot in the British, American and Russian zones of Berlin and acted entirely by amateurs, Rossellini's Germany Year Zero chronicles the physical and mental disintegration of a population who have been reduced to little more than animals by continual hunger and deprivation.
(This Week's Films: page 9)
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