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9.43 Encounter: Spain: 2: People and Produce - Two Provinces
Life in Plasencia and Logrono: streets, markets, tobacco - and the wine of the Rioja. (R) (e)
10.00 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Cosmo isn't convinced that Dibs can write down his story.
Song: If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands. (R) (e)
10.15 Science Workshop: Fruit and Vegetables, Part 2
Written by Eurfron Gwynne Jones.
The scientific search for a British-grown baked bean. (R) (e)
10.38 Let's See: Where I Live: 2: Country Family
Life for two sisters in the remote seaside village of Kilchoan on the Ardnamurchan peninsula. Presented by Rhoda MacLeod. (e)
11.00 Words and Pictures: Signs and Signals
11.18 MI 10: Mathematical Investigations
Arithmetic Progressions followed by Shuffles
11.40 Science in Action: Colour
12.05pm Job Bank: Fashion and Clothing
A boogie down the fashion and clothes scene - not haute couture, but mass production. A machinist, a designer and a clothing machine technician are featured.
12.28 Lifeschool: Going to Work: How Other People See Us
12.50 Video Active: Frame Up
An introductory guide to making home videos. (R) (e)
Video, Â£9.99 and book Â£4.95 available from retailers
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A See-Saw programme by JULIE HOLDER
Perkin, Posey and Pootle can't find grandfather anywhere - and it's almost time for tea.
Narration Gay Soper Music PAUL READE
Animation DAVID KELLEHAR Producer DAVID YATES (R)
A Viking Town
PAUL COlA discovers that there was much more to Viking civilisation than battleaxes. He visits Jorvik, the biggest Viking settlement in the world, and discovers how their town-building activities transformed the face of Britain. Producer TOM STANIER (R) (e)
Who Chased Away the Goat? An old woman is shut out of her home when a hungry goat gets in and gobbles up her rice pudding.
A donkey, a dog and a sheep try to help but it's the little cat who saves the day.
Presenter JAYE GRIFFITHS Puppets ALAN PRATT Animation
BURA AND HARDWICK
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (e)
Live coverage from Brighton of the afternoon's Conference debates.
Commentators Sir Robin Day and David Dimbleby with Vivian White
Producer JANINE THOMASON VIRGINIA ASHCOMBE
OB producer DAVE PICKTHALL Deputy editor JAMES HOGAN Editor PHILIP CAMPBELL including at
3.00* News and Weather and at
3.50 * News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Next week the International Bike Show at the NEC will be dominated by the Japanese. But 40 years ago British motorbikes and riders were the best in the world. Some of the riders get together at the National
Motorcycle Museum to recall the events and characters who made that period so exciting.
Murray Walker talks to world champions Geoff Duke and Cecil Sandford , and trials riders Bill Nicholson and Olga Kevelos , and rare archive film of the stars in action presents a vivid picture of the excitement ot their world.
Research DEREK MILLWARD Producer JOHN CLARKE
Angela Lansbury Everybody wants
Elvis. His Hawaiian girlfriend wants him to stay with her in their tourist agency. The girls on the tour want him to stay with them on the beach. And his mother wants him to stay with her on her pineapple plantation. While he's making up his mind, Elvis sings 14 songs.
Screenplay by HAL KANTER from a story by ALLAN WEISS Produced by HAL WALLIS
Directed by NORMAN TAUROG
A series of 13 films in which a walled garden is restored, and worked as it was a hundred years ago.
Presented by Peter Thoday with Head Gardener Harry Dodson 3: February
Winter locks the garden in its icy grip. It is an opportunity for repairing tools. Peter shows the range the Victorian gardener had at his disposal. Harry turns his attention to the forcing house where he plants chicory, asparagus and rhubarb. The Victorians had a taste for the delicate flavour of forced vegetables.
They developed new methods of cultivation and gave the country its first purpose-made, artificial fertiliser.
'Although stern winter, with its ice-bound chains, exerts its influence over the soil, the gardener may find employment preparatory to commencing his operations of ploughing and planting ...' Kitchen Gardener's Instructor Music by PAUL READE
Photography PAUL MORRIS Film editor CHRIS ORRELL
Associate producer JENNIFER DAVIES Producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol
Introduced by Prof Lewis Wolpert FRS
Issues from science today. From darkest Africa to
Britain's Cheddar Gorge , man has left traces of cannibalistic practices. Anthropologist William Arens re-examines the evidence and argues that the man-eating myth has been too readily accepted.
Jonathan Glover questions the ethics of the expanding industry of infertility treatment. In the two years since the Warnock
Committee reported, over 30 clinics offering test-tube babies have opened. Are the controls adequate and how far should the law interfere? A report on the latest findings from Antarctica, as the U2 modified spy plane completes its flights through the recently discovered ozone hole in the atmosphere. Is there real cause for concern for scientists and politicians back on earth?
Research DAVID MALONE Film directors
OLIVER MORSE. MARTIN HUGHES-GAMES and CAROLINE VAN DEN BRUL
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Series producer JANA BENNETT
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The Late Captain Pierce
It all starts with a phone call: 'How and why?' Poor
Hawkeye has a terrible time trying to convince army bureaucracy that a mistake has been made, when Digger Detmuller arrives to collect a body - his body! Having the indignity of being dead is bad enough but not being paid for it is an insult.
Written by GLEN CHARLES and LES CHARLES
Directed by ALAN ALDA (R)
Major Frank Burns:
by MALCOLM MCKAY starring
Dennis Quilley Bill Paterson
A man is brought into a small London police station and charged with gross indecency. A terrible murder has also been committed in the area. Is there a connection? Might the assembled officers have an early result? Not if he refuses to say anything or even give his name.
Script editor GEORGE FABER Designer MARJORIE PRATT Producer DAVID SNODIN
Director NICHOLAS RENTON
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Uniformed police: Supt Sidebotham:
Thelastwordonworld events analysed by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with international reports by David Sells and Charles Wheeler
Geology: Britain Before Man
Geological evidence has shown that Britain has moved from being near the South Pole 700 million years ago. up through the tropics to its present position.
Producer BARRIE WHATLEY (R)