Managing Schools: Burdiehouse Primary
(Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.)
9.50 am Quinze Minutes Envacances
10.05 am You and Me
Cosmo and Dibs reflect on a good day.
Animal song: Animals that Fly through the Air.
Animation PETER LANG
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
10.20 am Science Workshop Stiff Shapes (A)
Plywood strong enough to support an elephant, and why Easter eggs don t arrive broken.
Written by EURFRON GWYNNE JONES
Series producer MICHAEL COYLE (R) (e)
10.40 am Around Scotland Seashore
Presented by MICHAEL SCOTT.
The wildlife on two Scottish seashores: one rocky, on the Isle of Cumbrae in the Clyde, and the other, the mudflats near Grangemouth on the Firth of Forth. Producer PETER LEGGE (R) (e)
11.00 am Words and Pictures: Are You My Mother?
(Show on Monday at 2.00pm) (e)
11.15 am English Time Handles
by JAN MARK, dramatised by MICHAEL ROBSON. 3: Writing on marrows leads to trouble and there's more about Elsie that Erica doesn't know.
Film editor ROLAND TONGUE Director CHRIS ELLIS (e)
11.35 am Study Skills
Two programmes to help lower-secondary pupils with presentation and organisation. Make a List. Note-taking, list-making, personal timetabling. Make a Graph
Diagrammatic representations of data.
Voices NIGEL LAMBERT , JACQUI CLARKE
Producer JUDITH MILES (R) (e)
11.55 am Art Work
Five programmes for GCSE Art and Design students. 4: Point of View
This programme looks at graphic design in a television commercial and an airport, and follows work on a new identity for a famous orchestra, demonstrating the care taken by graphic designers to reach their target audience and communicate effectively with it.
Series producer EDWARD HAYWARD (e)
12.15 pm Science in Action: Great Stuff!
12.35 pm Lifeschool You and Your Health Up in Smoke
1.00 pm Electric Avenue
Ninth in a series of ten programmes about computers in society, with FRED HARRIS. The Design Machine
Computers often speed up design work, but do they improve the quality of the end product?
Producer TERRY MARSH (R) (e)
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by JOCELYN STEVENSON. Edward Keeps Fit
It is inspection day on Merrytwit and Captain Mildred decides it is time that Edward took some exercise. Voices by Michael Williams , John Wells , Barbara Leigh-Hunt
Music and lyrics by MIKE REDWAY Film editor MARTIN BOHAN Created, designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)
The People of a Cathedral
Weather followed by Storytime
When you bake a cake, you don't expect it to take off, but that's what the Johnny-Cake did, with an old man, an old woman, a little boy and various other characters in hot pursuit.
Presenter Vicky Ireland Puppets ALAN PLATT
Music PADDY KINGSLAND
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship
One pairs quarter-final, and three second-round singles matches to be decided during the course of today and tonight. Does this sound like it's getting a bit complicated? Worry not, the action speaks for itself as pin-point accuracy under growing pressure gets increasingly difficult! Just under two hours of action will prove it! Introduced by David Icke Commentators
DAVID RHYS JONES
Summarisers JOHN BELL
MAL HUGHES , DAVID MCGILL Television presentation KEITH MACKENZIE , PETER HAYWARD HUW JOSEPH
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS including at
Regional News and Weather
The programme for consumers of welfare and public services.
Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden.
This week, in the last of the present series, a special programme on the Housing Act. A big shake-up is promised for council housing, but what will this mean for tenants?
Advice Shop reports from London, Manchester and Glasgow on 'tenants' choice', social landlords and the shape of things to come. Film director TIM LAMBERT Series editor CHRIS LENT
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starring in Cruise Ship to the Stars. Buck is asked to protect a genetically perfect woman.
Written by ANN COLUNS and ALAN BRENNERT
Directed by SIG NEUFIELD
Col Wilma Deering:
Antoine de Caunes hosts a repeat showing of the best of Rapido as a prelude to a new spring series.
Rock for grown-ups includes Brian Wilson , Robert Cray ,
Malcolm McLaren , Huey Lewis Titles JEAN BAPTISTE MONDINO Director BERNARD FAROUX Executive producers
ALEX BERGER. TIM NEWMAN
Editor (BBC) JANET STREET-PORTER An N B de c production
In the last programme of the series, Albert and Michel are joined by Jancis Robinson at the Waterside Inn, and she chooses wine to accompany a special meal. The menu features dishes shown in the series such as autumn consomme and salmon wrapped in spinach.
In the studio, the brothers show how duck with honey and cloves, a recipe that requires 16 in the restaurant kitchen, can be adapted for easy entertaining at home.
Au revoir and happy cooking! Director SARAH NOVELLO RUCKLEY Producer JILL MARSHALL
A HAWKSHEAD/FRANCES WHITAKER production for BBC Wales
Faces of Cromwell
Oliver Cromwell was a bigot who stifled pleasures, ruthlessly ended the world's first socialistic movement and had grand designs to make himself King Oliver I. Oliver Cromwell was a hero with a sense of humour, a bursting conscience in matters of state and religion and personally unambitious. Which assessment even approaches the truth? And how do modern historians view the Parliamentarian some have called the Greatest Englishman? An excellent Cromwell succeeds where many have failed DAILY TELEGRAPH
Series editor ROY DAVIES Written and produced by MARGARET WINDHAM HEFFERNAN (R)
Alan Alda as Hawkeye Mike Farrell as BJ
Harry Morgan as Col Potter Loretta Swit as Hot Lips
David Ogden Stiers as Charles Gary Burghoff as Radar Jamie Farr as Klinger William Christopher as Fr Mulcahy in The Smell of Music. Written by JIM FRITZELL and EVERETT GREENBAUM
Directed by STUART MILLER (R)
by RICHARD COOPER.
The second of eight cases featuring the legendary lawyer Edward Marshall Hall.
Starring Jonathan Hyde and Sian Phillips with John Bird , Michael Feast Terry Taplin , Leslee Udwin. Noblesse oblige
A severe illness means a long absence from the Bar, and Marshall Hall needs a case that will bring him back to public notice. What could be better than a sensational high-society scandal? Lord Russell is prosecuting his mother-in-law Lady Scott for criminal libel, and Marshall Hall appears once more for the defence.
Music DUNCAN BROWNE
Costume designer JUANITA WATERSON Make-up designer KERIN PARFITT Designer ROGER CANN
Producer COUN TUCKER
Director SEBASTIAN GRAHAM-JONES
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Narrated by Bob Peck. Where Do I Live?
Are homes machines? Are cities like trees?
Are there 32 dimensions? Uncertainties samples the new ideas of today's thinkers, boldly goes where few minds have gone before and brings you safely back again. Animation STEVE BURRELL and CATTI CALTHROP
Research ANDREW CHTTTY and HELEN MACLEOD
Executive producer PHILIP CLARKE Written and directed by STEVEN BILLINGER A DIVERSE production for BBC Elstree
('How Do I Think?', Friday 10.20pm)
The live cultural magazine of the arts, music, design and the media.
Producer FIONA MURCH
12.00 Policy Capturing Models Computer models reveal the 'policies' a particular doctor foUows when diagnosing. Producer JEREMY COOPER
12.25am Discovering Physics
Acceleration at Constant Speed? Producer TONY JOLLY (R)