9.30am New Series Diez Temas
9.45am Casebook Scotland A Job for Life?
MARGO MACDONALD traces recent changes in Scotland's industrial structure and examines how the jobs market has been affected by these. Producer KATE KINNINMONT (R)
10.05am Look and Read Fairground
Trouble in the Tea Leaves
10.25am Around Scotland Winter Visitors
10.45am Storytime: Footprints (e)
11.03am Into Music Putting on a Musical Getting Ready
11.25 Wondermaths (11)
11.40am Let's See
The Four Seasons: Winter (e)
12.00 Job Bank Hospital Work
12.20pm English File Romantic Fiction
Is romantic fiction a harmless form of escapism, or can it be addictive and produce a distorted view of love?
A film shown first in the series General Studies.
Producer BRUCE JAMSON (R) (e)
'I imagine English youth might think that Hungary is a country of horse-riding and goulash parties. We are famous as a horse-riding nation but that was a long time ago.'
NICK THORPE , journalist and BBC correspondent in Budapest, presents his personal view of youth in Hungary. Series producer ROGER TONGE
Producer SUE ARON
'If You Were Me....' 1: Calling the Tune
Wayne is confident of winning the school talent contest - but Danny's clarinet playing lands him with a cash flow problem.
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Producer SUE WEEKS (e)
A series for 4-and 5-year-olds. Dibs finds a good way to alter Jeni's bad moods.
Book: Maggie and the Monster by ELIZABETH WINTHROP. Presenter Jeni Barnett
Animation ALAN ROGERS and PETER LANG
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (e)
Introduced by David Icke. Darts
The best of the action from the quarter-finals of this year's world championships, with Bob Anderson attempting to retain his title. Rallying
Coverage of the early rounds of the world rally championships throughout the spring - Sweden is the venue for round one. Football
A comprehensive round-up of the week's third round FA
Cup ties. Plus the news of the Sunlife Diving Cup. Television presentation: Darts KEITH PHILLIPS Rallying BHP SPORT
Producer MARK SCHOFIELD including at
3.00pm News and Weather
BBC2s popular brain-teaser. Anagram: r.b.nib wrote rong? Clue: Poet
(Answer in today's programme!)
Wordsmiths from all over
Britain challenge each other and face Paul Coia and Bryan the computer with his sets of letters.
Pawnbroking, once associated with poverty and hardship, is making a comeback in today's affluent society. But the new-style business is very different from the old Victorian 'pop-shop'.
Diane Kemp discovers that, in the world of credit cards and bank loans, more and more families are hocking everything from the hi-fi to the sports car.
Producer JOHN W.TAYLOR
The television craft magazine, presented by Sue Robinson.
Paper: a familiar but underrated medium, according to paper artist, Paul Johnson. He firmly believes that you don't need to be a genius to work wonders with paper, and his colourful creations exploring the extraordinary dimensions of this very ordinary material neatly prove the point. Meanwhile at the Shipley Art Gallery in Gateshead, Helen Joseph reveals the versatility of the art of quilting with an exhibition ranging from the severely traditional to the boldly experimental.
In the studio workshop, Bruce Robinson adds the final touches to his newly-bound book and Charlotte Gerlings completes her Edwardian family of miniature porcelain dolls. Designer MARK KEBBY
Studio director KRISTIN MASON
Producer MARY SPRENT
Series producer DICK FOSTER (e)
Robert Mitchum Julie London Gary Merrill
Pedro Armendariz. Martin Brady , a gunman wanted in the US for the killing of his father's murderer, crosses the Rio Grande on a gun-running mission to Texas. An unlucky accident forces him to stay put for two months and leads to him joining the famous Texas Rangers. Robert Mitchum stars in this exciting Western.
Screenplay by ROBERT ARDREY Based on the novel by TOM LEA Produced by CHESTER ERSKINE Directed by ROBERT PARRISH
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[Starring] Phil Silvers as Sgt Bilko
It's bluff and double bluff when Joan threatens to leave the army because Bilko forgets Valentine's Day. (R)
A series about six remarkable women born at the beginning of this century in an age when it was difficult for them to fulfil their talents.
The Hon Miriam Rothschild interviewed by Polly Toynbee. Throughout her life the Hon Miriam Rothschild, Commander of the British
Empire, Fellow of the Royal Society, has been consumed by a passion for natural history. She had no formal education but has been honoured by universities and scientific institutions throughout the world.
An indomitable and public-spirited campaigner, she cares deeply about life - people, plants and animals. Film editor BRENDA PHILUPS Producer JILL DAWSON
Wildlife of the River Valley There is more to Australian wildlife than kangeroos and koalas. Phil Simon , an award-winning wildlife cameraman, has taken a detailed look at the Bellinger a River Valley between Sydney and Brisbane.
Directed and photographed by PHIL SIMON ° Presented for BBCtv by o GEORGE INGER 0 BBC Bristol (R)
If CEEFAX SUBTITLES
by and with Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie.
Three hours of interrupted viewing pleasure, handily divided into six stylish, convenient, bite-sized programmes, that say much more about you than the clothes you eat. With Deborah Norton as everyone else. Sound KEITH GUNN
Lighting DUNCAN BROWN
Designer VICTOR MEREDITH Producer ROGER ORDISH
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With more visitors than the whole of Greece and more holiday beds than Portugal, Blackpool is Europe's most successful holiday resort. Growing to prominence in the Industrial Revolution it was a town 'built for fun'. Arena takes a look at this town, famous for its Tower, illuminations, formidable landladies and party political conferences. Exploring the British at work and play we visit the nightclubs, clairvoyants, politicians and guesthouses.
Forty-two members of the George Formby Society playing musical tribute to their hero, memory man Tom Moreton , John Cole ,
Tony Benn , Norman Tebbit , Paul Theroux and a 50s' film star retracing her past are all beside the seaside. Film cameraman JOHN DALY Film editor GUY CROSSMAN
Director CHARLES PATTINSON Series editors NIGEL FINCH and ANTHONY WALL
Embassy World Professional Championship from the Lakeside Country Club. The climax of nine days of highly competitive darts will soon be reached as the two semi-finals are staged this evening. The winners are certain of earning £10,000 each and a crack at the title tomorrow, while the losers have to satisfy themselves with £5,000.
Introduced by Tony Gubba Commentators
SID WADDELL. TONY GREEN Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE , PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
Starring Eric Brisebois. Henri is a 15-year-old adolescent, determined to hold the family together after his mother's death. He is the butt of classroom pranks and constantly in trouble with his headmaster. Henri escapes from his problems by training for the town's annual cross-country run. Henri, a prize-winner at the 1987 Berlin Film Festival, was filmed in autumnal Quebec.
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