9.20am Let's See: The Four Seasons: Winter.
Presented by JAN BATCHELOR. How the living world adapts to winter, and the story of a tricky journey, set to music. Music by MARTIN DALBY performed by PETER SEIVEWRIGHT. Producer PETER LEGGE (e)
9.40am Tutorial Topics: Disputes.
A two-part play (Shown yesterday at 11.35am) (e)
10.00am Science Workshop: Sliding (A)
10.25am Thinkabout: Rubbish Dump
(Shown on Monday at 10.40am) (e)
10.40am Investigating Science/Wonder Why...?
(Shown on Tuesday at 10.40am) (e)
11.00am Who - Me?: Lies and Accusations
11.20am Landmarks: Weather Watch
11.40am Scene: Young Hungarians
12.10pm Maths Topics Geometry (1)
Resource GCSE material in the form of animated sequences for classroom use.
Points and lines, triangles, quadrilaterals.
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
12.30pm Seventeen: The Best Years of Our Lives
12.55pm Inset: Whose Mathematics?
A See-Saw programme.
If you were the wind, how would you blow, fast or slow? Go on - have a go!
With Carol Chell and Don Spencer
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Woodwind MARTIN FRITH
Script associate ROBIN HALDANE
Produced by CHRISTINE HEWITT
CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
Health Education Skin and Hair.
Louise Hall-Taylor and James Goode find out why we have skin and how cleverly it can mend itself. Meet Kit, a cartoon character, and hear a story about Havanna's hair. Animation MIREK LANG Music JONATHAN COHEN Producer DEREK BUTLER
Series producer JULIA DRUM
Narrated by Eleanor Bron. The public image is glamorous - warm smiles and crisp uniforms, good looks and faraway places. No wonder thousands of hopefuls apply each year to become air stewardesses or stewards. What happens to the few who succeed? Helen MacLeod, from Dunfermline, and Neil Dover , from Durham, both aged 21, are two of the latest batch of 15 trainees to join British Airways. They've hardly ever travelled before. Now there's a demanding six-week course and a lot to learn.
Written by IAIN JOHNSTONE Producer MICHAEL WALDMAN Editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
(First shown in '40 Minutes If CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Weather followed by World Darts
Embassy World Professional Championship
Tony Gubba presents the highlights of last night's first two quarter-finals from the Lakeside Country Club. Commentators
SID WADDELL. TONY GREEN Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
with Paul Coia and Bryan the computer.
2: It's Only Pain ...
The Royal Navy's latest recruits are two days old and about to face the first real tests of stamina and co-ordination.
They are under attack on all sides - from the pain of injections to the pain of the assault course - and they must pass the Navy's swimming test before they leave HMS Raleigh ...
Narrator Richard Denton (R)
Morgan Cross shares the photographic memories of interesting personalities. Jack Ashley , MP for Stoke South, talks about his journey from the factory floor to the House of Commons, and his struggle to come to terms with his total deafness.
Director DAVID NELSON Producer MIKE DERBY BBC Pebble Mill (R)
Francoise Dorleac. When British agent
Rosser is murdered by Russians in Beirut, MI6 is faced with the task of finding a suitable replacement. Mild-mannered Dr Jason Love doesn't seem to be the obvious candidate, but the promise of a rare vintage car proves persuasive and soon he is embroiled in the exotic and dangerous world of espionage.
Screenplay by VAL GUEST and WOLF MANKOWITZ based on a novel by JAMES LEASOR Produced by VAL GUEST and STEVEN PALLOS
Directed by VAL GUEST
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Dr Jason Love:
This week 9-2-5, the new series about the changing world of work, goes on the road with a trucking company to discover how they cope with the traffic chaos in the West End.
If the delivery is just a few minutes late, the company is in deep trouble and so is the driver!
From the 9-2-5 office, a topical discussion on the issues that affect people at work in 1989. And in the second episode of The Move, the workers at
EPL go on a tour of St Neots in Cambridgeshire.
A new housing estate looks inviting but many staff are still unsure about whether to move with the company.
Schools, families, housing and travel all have to be considered before they can make up their minds.
Series editor TIM SHAWCROSS
Executive producer PHILIP CLARKE
Susannah York introduces the second of six programmes which look at our use and misuse of the North Sea.
There are those on the continent of Europe who see Britain and, in particular, its sewage as a major polluter. And although our great industrial rivers no longer spill their waste into its waters, the sea still has to cope with our domestic waste and garbage. But many people, like Scarborough's Sons of Neptune, are at last bringing about a sea change aimed at cleaning up our coastal waters. Executive producer JOHN MAPPLEBECK
Series producer MARK SCRIMSHAW
starring Jennifer Saunders , Dawn French, featuring Raw Sex, with Robbie Coltrane , Lulu, June Whitfield , Ian Knowles Written by DAWN FRENCH , JENNIFER SAUNDERS Musical directors SIMON BRINT and DAVID FIRMAN
Directed by KEVIN BISHOP
Produced by GEOFF POSNER (R) II CEEFAX SUBTITLES
The Day I Met the Queen
Who was the distinguished stranger knocking at the door of the Cross Hands Hotel one snow-driven night? Why did everyone bow and curtsy as Mr and Mrs Grose-Hodge shimmied on to the dance floor? How did Pam Murphy solve the personal problems of her cows?
This affectionate film tells the story of memorable meetings between subjects and their monarch.
The Meikle twins were introduced to her over a fence in the Borders. With
Gladys, Beryl and Molly she shared in the romance of fully-fashioned stockings. And when Steve Bond crashed his fruit-and-veg van into a tree, guess who came to the rescue ...
Assistant producer CATRINE CLAY Photography CHRIS MORPHET Film editor GRAHAM SHIPHAM Producer JONATHAN GILI
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
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A series of comic playlets also starring Julie Kavner , Dan Castellaneta , Joe Malone and Sam McMurray. Tonight: Like Mother Spontaneity and Answering Machine.
Produced by RICHARD SAKAI
Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with the day's top stories.
Embassy World Professional Championship
The last two quarter-finals are played this evening and if the seedings are correct, the line-up should involve two ex-World Champions,
John Lowe (2) and Eric Bristow (3), with new seed
Russell Stewart (7) from Australia. Introduced by Tony Gubba. Commentators
SID WADDELL , TONY GREEN