9.35 Dicho y hecho
Basic skills in Spanish
Producer JOHN PRESCOTT THOMAS (R) (e)
9.52 Making History
The Tudors. Ships and Seamen (Shown on Tuesday at 9.52am) (e)
10.15 Science Workshop Tracks (R) (e)
10.38 The Brunei Experience Easy Does It (4)
(Shown on Tuesday at 10.38am) (e)
11.00 Thinkabout Pigeon Racing (e)
11.15 Near and Far: Now and Then. Fast Food
(Shown on Monday at 1.38pm) (e)
11.35 Scene. Fame
(Details tomorrow at 12.35pm) (R) (e)
12.05pm Science Topics Electronics in Action
Series producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
12.25 General Studies The Great British Diet
Producer CAROLINE GODLEY (R) (e)
12.50 Inset: TVEI
1: Managing Change
A See-Saw programme with Chloe Ashcroft and Don Spencer
Musical director PETER GOSUNG Designer JOHN ASBRIDGE
Produced by CHRISTINE HEWITT (R)
1.38 Music Time
Question and Answer
The West Indian song which tells the story of the greedy man who lost his dumplings. Presenters JONATHAN COHEN and HELEN SPEIRS
Director DAVID SCOTT cowAN Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
Weather followed by Watch
Under the Earth: Rural
Louise goes down a coal mine in South Wales. Find out how coal was found there millions of years ago. Tony has a look at some fossils. Presented by LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR and TONY NEILSON
Producer DIANE MORGAN
Series producer JULIA DRUM (R) (e)
To the boarding houses of Blackpool, buffeted by howling winds and high seas, come 700 hopeful couples with one thing in common - a passion for dancing.
Competing in the most important ballroom dancing championships of the year are a 6ft 4in plumber, a 56-year-old gas fitter, a secretary from the Ministry of Defence, two shop assistants from a smart
London store, and a teenage couple still at school.
They're all tough, fit and determined; prepared to sacrifice everything for a sport that can cost well over E3,000 a year. Narrator Ian Holm
Director JENNY BARRACLOUGH Editor EDWARD MDtZOEFF
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Weather followed by Olympic
Match of the Day
The latest action from the medal round of the ice-hockey championship in Calgary.
Can anyone challenge the Soviet Union, who have won five out of the last six Olympic titles?
Television presentation CTV
3.50-4.00 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Presented by Paul Coia with today's new contestants TOM JAGGER and MARGARET YEADON.
fy The XV Olympic
Introduced by Desmond Lynam Alpine Ski-ing
Live coverage from
Nakiska of the first run in the men's giant slalom.
You can see the second run in Olympic Report at 11.30pm. Commentator DAVID VINE Plus the latest action from the ice-hockey medal round, and a report on the women's 20km cross-country event. Television presentation CTV
From the fairytale classic by WILLIAM MAKEPEACE
THACKERAY, in which love is blind and beauty quite definitely in the eye of the beholder.
Written by PATRICIA MARTIN
Design, direction and animation by LOTTE REINIGER
Jill Neville and her guests Stewart Parker and Margaret Drabble talk to Joan Baez about her candid autobiography,
And a Voice to Sing With. They also discuss The Ice Candy-Man, a wry novel about India, and two new books about the Brontes. Researcher CHRIS WILSON
Executive producer NIGEL WILLIAMS Producer ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES Book details on Ceefax page 289
A weekly report on the world of education with Martin Young
As a brand new teacher I was told: 'Don't worry son, the longer you stay in this job, the easier it gets. ' Twenty-two years later I think it's not less enjoyable, but it's a lot harder.
What's it like being a teacher today and how are they coping with the increasingly complex job they are being asked to perform? The view from the staff room of Airedale High School in Castleford, West Yorkshire. Producer IAN WOOLF
Editor PETER RIDING (e)
with David Jessel and Sue Cook
A Bristol University student has failed his maths exams. Nothing unusual in that, except that Francis Foecke failed because the examiners say his results were too good to be true.
He has spent months of worry and thousands of pounds on legal action trying to prove that he is a genius rather than a cheat.
Film director ANDREA MICHELL
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO Producer ALAN BOOKBINDER
From Aerosols to Zoos A hard look at the environment with Michael Buerk and reporters John Howard and Linda Mitchell
Fish farming in Scotland could be worth £100 million by the end of the decade. But will it benefit the local crofters or big business? Can planning and pollution controls protect the traditional beauty of the Highlands? This week, as the industry meets in Inverness to celebrate a boom year, Nature examines a debate that's shaking the glens. Plus live interviews on the latest news stories and the results of last week's hotline calls.
Studio director ANDY BATTEN FOSTER Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN Editor PETER SALMON BBC Bristol
by DAVID NOBBS starring Peter Blake and Malcolm Stony with Arbel Jones and Elizabeth Mickery
Aubrey is determined to see Helen acting in a play in Hull, but she is not happy about this - mainly because she isn't in it. Helen is, however, very happy when her husband, Dan, invites her out to see the play. But when Aubrey's wife, Gwyneth, invites Dan out to the theatre, he is not so happy....
Film cameraman ALAN STEVENS Studio lighting TERRY BRETT Studio sound LEN SHOREY
Designer ANDREW HOWE-DAVIES Produced and directed by ALAN J. W. BELL
Alan J. W.
Waitress in Hull:
Sarah De Vere Pilkington:
A series of films about our lives - now
Annie Doesn't Work Here
At Withington she ran a ward of 25 patients; in America she has just five private patients. The surprises come quickly: 'high life' in Hollywood but violence on the street where she lives, superb facilities at Brotman but worries over the US health system. These worries are shared by other British nurses in the Brotman intensive care unit, in maternity and in casualty. For some of the nurses, there are even differences in medical ethics.
Annie makes a decision about her future ...
Photography CHRIS SEAGER
Sound recordist RICHARD MANTON Assistant producer BETTY MCBRIDE Producer HARRY WEISBLOOM Editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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The first in a series of seven shows of live cabaret comedy, beamed right into your homes from the Jongleurs club in Battersea, London. Fresh creative humour, people who say things, people who do things and people who sing things!
All at the touch of a button, so press it and see: Simon Fanshawe
Andy Greenhalgh Kit Hollerbach Mothers' Ruin
Steve Murray , Mark Steel
Neal Mullarky , Nick Hancock Executive producer (BBC)
RICHARD BODEN Producer BRIAN MARSHALL Director CHRISTIAN CLEGG
A REAL TO REEL production for BBCtv
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The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with international reports by David Sells , Charles Wheeler Gavin Esler and Julian O'Halloran
The XV Olympic Winter Games
Desmond Lynam introduces the latest action, including the second run of the men's giant slalom.
Also tonight, cross-country ski-ing from Canmore Nordic Centre and ice-hockey news. Television presentation CTV
12.00 Weekend Outlook
Previewing daytime programmes
A BBC/Open University production
The Message of Starlight
How did our Sun come into being? How much longer will it shine? Will the Earth be destroyed when it dies? Producer JOHN STRATFORD (R)
The W Olympic Winter Games The BBC Team In Calgary: Producers
MARTIN WEBSTER. TERRY LONG Senior technical co-ordinator PAUL MASON
Executive producer jim RESIDE In London:
Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCHIN
Editor JOHN ROWLINSON