Parents of young children should note that some programmes in 'Daytime on Two' are specifically aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for young viewers.
9.50am Quinze Minutes A l'école
A typical schoolday for Franck in Rouen and a visit to a French nursery school.
Presenter NICHOLAS MEAD Producer CAROLINE GODLEY
10.05am You and Me
A series for 4-and 5-year-olds presented by LARRINGTON WALKER. Larrington tells Cosmo and Dibs a story about a magic vanishing tea towel.
Alex's parents live separately, but he spends time with both. Song: Bananas in Pyjamas. Film director julie CALLANAN Producer NICCI CROWTHER (e)
10.20am Science Workshop Fish (A) (e)
Series producer MICHAEL COYLE (R)
10.40am Around Scotland Black Diamonds and Liquid Gold
Presented by GERDA STEVENSON. Producer ISHBEL MACLEAN (R) (e)
11.00am Words and Pictures The Glerp
11.15am English Time Tealeafon the Roof (2) by jEAN URE , dramatised by STEPHEN WAKELAM. 'Very well done you kids. If it hadn't been for you....'
Film editor ROLAND TONGUE Director CHRIS ELUS
Producer MORTON SURGUY (e)
11.35am Tutorial Topics Two's Company A two-part play.
Three becomes a crowd when a new girl, Andrea, arrives in school and threatens
Kia and Susie's friendship. With VICTORIA BIRCH ,
JUNO CHEATLE , JOANNA DUKES and MAC MCDONALD .
Film editor RAY NICOLAIDES Producer DAVID TAFT (R) (e)
To Make the Pattern Fit; I Across, IDown
12.15pm Science in Action Bumper to Bumper
12.35pm Lifeschool Going to Work Settling In
1.00pm Electric Avenue
A series often programmes about computers in society With FRED HARRIS. 3: Well Connected
Director DAVID HARRISON
Producer TERRY MARSH (R) (e)
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by JOCELYN STEVENSON. Shipwrecked
Charlie Charlie lands on Merrytwit and meets Edward, Trader Jones, Captain Mildred,
Arnold and Lewis T. Duck. They all agree that the first thing Charlie must do is build a house.... but where? Voices by Michael Williams , John Wells ,
Barbara Leigh-Hunt Film editor MARTIN BOHAM Created, designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)
Zig Zag's Wildlife Safari Homes
Weather followed by Storytime The Tiny Doll
The little girl takes pity on a tiny doll and asks her mother to help make some clothes to keep out the cold.
Presented by Vicky Ireland.
Animation Ivor Wood
Producer Moyra Gambleton (R) (e)
Weather followed by International Snooker Benson and Hedges Masters
Cliff Thorburn v Joe Johnson Cliff ranked number 6 in the world, is a three times Masters Champion. His opponent, ranked number 11, was World Champion in 1986 and runner-up in 1987. David Icke is your host at
Wembley Conference Centre. Commentators TED LOWE
Regional News and Weather
Morgan Cross shares the photographic memories of Norman Painting. Director JOHN TAYLOR
Producer MIKE DERBY (R)
Further coverage from
Wembley Conference Centre.
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century starring with Unchained Woman
Buck masquerades as a ruthless convict to free the beautiful but cunning
Jen Burton , from an impregnable jail cell on the planet Zeta.
Written by bill TAYLOR Directed by DICK LOWRY
Col Wilma Deering:
DEFII's current affairs magazine programme.
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SHARON ALL RACHEL PURNELL Executive producer
JANET STREET-PORTER BBC North West
Shortcrust and Choux Pastry Albert takes a back seat this week, while his brother Michel, who has been winning awards for patisserie for years, shows how a master craftsman makes a basic pastry, and then demonstrates how simple and versatile choux pastry can be. In a sequence filmed in the kitchens of the Waterside Inn, Michel reveals a not-so-secret passion.
Albert merely reminisces about events of his apprenticeship and eats the results of Michel's labours. Director SARAH NOVELLO RUCKLEY Producer JILL MARSHALL
A HAWKSHEAD/FRANCES WHTTAKER production for BBC Wales
W. B. Yeats is best known as the poet of romantic Ireland and his lyric poetry has become part of our common language. In the week that sees the 50th anniversary of his death, Bookmark presents a major film biography of the man many consider to be this century's greatest poet in English. < Shot in the timeless Irish landscapes of Sligo and j Galway, the film draws on the unique testimony of Michael and Anne Yeats , the poet's son and daughter, as well as contributions from Seamus Heaney ,
Conor Cruise O'Brien , Denis Donoghue , Francis Stuart and others to produce a full portrait of Yeats not only as poet, son, father, lover, but also as literary nationalist, a towering figure in the cultural and political movements which led to the founding of the Irish Free State.
Produced and directed by SEAN O MORDHA
Tea and Empathy
Written by BILL IDELSON Directed by DON WEIS (R)
The first of three dramas from Northern Ireland.
It is said that for those who live in Northern Ireland the Troubles are as easy to ignore as an elephant in your living room. Alan Clarke 's film is a chilling commentary on the pitiless sectarian murders that have become an almost routine feature of the news from Ireland.
Sound recordist PETER LINDSAY Designer PAUL CLARKE
Photography PHILIP DAWSON and JOHN WARD
Producer DANNY BOYLE Director ALAN CLARKE BBC Northern Ireland
Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with the background on events at home and abroad.
The live topical magazine programme about arts, music, media, architecture and design. Directors
PAUL TICKELL. MARY HARRON Producer CHARLES MILLER