●Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
9.20am Let's See. The Cat (e)
9.40am Tutorial Topics
The Way People TalklBoys about Girls - Girls about Boys (e)
10.00am Science Workshop Water (A)
Looking Up, Looking Down
10.40am The Brunei Experience Down and Under
11.00am Who - Me?
New Home, New School
11.20am Landmarks Life Must Go On
Believe It or Not (e)
12.10pm Art Work (2)
12.30pm Seventeen Leaving Home
12.55pm Inset. Science (2)
Weather followed by Watch
Then and Now Shopping with Louise Hall-Taylor and James Earl Adair.
Series producer DAVID TAFT (R) (e)
Weather followed by Return to the Marshes Gavin Young first met the Marsh Arabs of southern Iraq in 1934, and has retained their friendship and trust ever since.
Producer CLEM VALLANCE
Regional News and Weather
3: Motorcycle Trials Riding It's one of the most skilful and arduous of bike sports, but one you can start up at 6 or 60. Harry Gration , along with experts
Martin Lampkin and Mick Andrews guide you and budding trials riders over the rocks and moors of Yorkshire and Derbyshire.
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for the Fiat Trophy
Nikki Pilic (Yugoslavia) v Andres Gimeno (Spain) The last of the singles quarter-finals.
Introduced by John Barrett Commentator DAN MASKELL
from Bamsdale with Geoff Hamilton and Anne Swithinbank
Executive producer JOHN KENYON Producer MARK KERSHAW
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Debbie Reynolds Eddie Fisher.
While the Christmas rush is on, Polly Parrish , a keen salesgirl at Merlin's
Department Store, finds herself unexpectedly dismissed. Her chance discovery of a baby on the steps of an orphanage leads to an irreversible misunderstanding.
Screenplay by NORMAN KRASNA. ROBERT CARSON and ARTHUR SHEEKMAN from a story by FELIX JACKSON
Produced by EDMUND GRAINGER
Directed by NORMAN TAUROG
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DIY science presented by Carol Vorderman and Professor Ian Fells of Newcastle University.
Where does the 'weather' come from? Carol visits an auxiliary weather station. Guest John Kettley talks about being a pop star weatherman and creates weather on the kitchen table.
Ian and Carol investigate the science of sailing. Designer JOHN BONE
Director HENDRIK BALL
Producer GEORGE AUCKLAND (e)
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This week, the changing world of office design. The introduction of the typewriter in the 1880s began the office revolution. By 1911, women accounted for a quarter of all clerical jobs. In the past office design was dictated by the managers. It often resulted in cramped and uncomfortable working conditions for the staff. Now, greater attention is being paid to the needs of everyone who works in an office - with designer furniture and interior decorators fast becoming a feature of everyday life.
In Episode 8 of The Move,
Derek Welsh , the managing director of EPL, visits the new site at St Neots by helicopter.
Executive producer PHILIP CLARKE Editor TIM SHAWCROSS
A DIVERSE production for BBCtv
A hard look at the natural world with Michael Buerk and reporters John Howard ,
Grant Mansfield and Linda Mitchell.
Which are more important, roads or houses? What happens when a proposed new road goes right through your home?
Linda Mitchell reports from a part of London badly hit by planning blight.
And radiation in our seas.
Martha Holmes reports from under the Irish Sea, one of the world's most radioactive waterways. Will the Dublin
Government take legal action to force the British to clean it up?
Studio director MARK HARRISON
Series producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN
Editor PETER SALMON
In the last of the present series the ultimate hangover cure, why the 'Blues' is now the 'Whites' and Mrs Nesbitt has her say. Featuring
Gregor Fisher Andy Gray
Helen Lederer Tony Roper
Elaine C. Smith
Jonathan Watson and John Sparkes. Music DAVID MCNIVEN
Script editor PHILIP DIFFER Designer LAIN MCDONALD Produced and directed by COLIN GILBERT BBC Scotland
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The way we live now. Knickerbockers in Knightsbridge
Hill House School, one of the largest prep schools in Britain, is unlike any other. It has no governors, no parent/teacher association, no office, no secretary, no typewriter. The most famous old boy is the Prince of Wales. Founder Colonel Stuart Townend, Empire Games gold medallist, 80 this year, still runs the school in his own unconventional way. 'Colonel Bossyboots', the News of the World dubbed him - but he didn't mind. 'I'm the King of Hans Place ,' he says.
The boys and girls of Hill House wear knickerbockers. Teachers are fined if they're ill, but handed £10 after staff meetings.
Sports are important. The Colonel gets up at 4.00am daily, and flies to Switzerland every week. He leads groups of pupils on tough treks in the Swiss Alps. 'I like to get to the top in everything.... why not be top?'
Photography CHRIS SEAGER
Assistant producer CATRINE CLAY
Film editor GRAHAM SHIPHAM Producer GRANT MUTER
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MlRZOEFF
Britain's liveliest export in the last of her comedy variety series leading an ensemble cast including
Emmy Award-winning Julie Kavner. With
Dan Castellaneta , Sam McMurray and Joe Malone as 'her boys'. Tonight, Tracey plays a divorcee on her first date, Julie plays an anxious psychiatric patient. Guest star Frank Patterson plays a tuneful hotel porter.
Produced by RICHARD SAKAI
The last word on world events, analysed by Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick Reporters
NICK CLARKE , CHRIS LOWE ,
DAVID COSS , GAVIN ESLER , OLENKA FRENKIEL,
MARGARET GILMORE ,
WESLEY KERR , PETER MARSHALL , JULIAN O'HALLORAN ,
DAVID SELL, RUPERT SEGAR ,
SARAH SPILLER ,
DAVID TINDALL , JANET TREWIN , CHARLES WHEELER. Assignment editors
STEVE ANDERSON. NICK GUTHRIE Deputy editor NIGEL CHAPMAN Editor JOHN MORRISON
What's up, who's here and what's on in the arts, entertainment and media. Producer JAMIE MUIR Executive producer KEVIN LOADER
helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open
University on Saturday and Sunday. A BBC/Open University production
Fundamentals of Computing From Micro to Mainframe.
Computers come in a variety of different sizes, but they all work in much the same way.
Producer DAVID SAUNDERS