W Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two* Is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
The fifth in a series designed to help science departments discuss and implement ideas about the demands of secondary science.
Presented by TERRY MARSH Producer MICHAEL COYLE (R) (e)
10.00am Diez Temas
10: La dudad y el pueblo
Life in a town or in the country - which is better? Carlos helps in his father's farm and ham factory. Anna-Isabel enjoys country walks.
Directed by LUIS ESPANA Producer SUSAN PATON (e)
10.15am Look and Read
Fairground. Mixed Fortunes. Amid all the fun of the fair, the petition is torn up.
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
10.40am Technology and Design Moving
The last of three programmes featuring problem-solving in technology and design. This programme considers the problem of transport in the Third World and a school-based egg-carrying problem.
Producer ROBIN GWYN (R) (e)
11.00am Watch Then and Now.
Entertainment (R) (e)
11.18am Logo Gogo Logo
The Logokids show TIMMY MALLETT how a recursive procedure is like the house that Jack built or a set of Russian dolls or a picture of a picture of a picture....
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
11.35am Who-ME? Blue Skies
How will Vicky and Beth cope with homesickness on a camping holiday?
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
12.00 A-level Statistics Regression
In shaping a steel strip, a computer fits a line to a set of points ten times a second. What mathematics does the programmer use?
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
12.20pm Science Topics Macromolecules
The story of polymers.
Series producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
12.40pm Maths at Work
5: Young people use GCSE maths at work.
Producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
1.00pm Deutsch direkt!
20: For the last programme in the series for beginners in German, a visit to Salzburg, the Baroque city where Mozart was born, and famous for its annual international festival.
Presented by HANNI VANHAIDEN Film editor TERRY WILLIAMS
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R) (e)
by ERIC CHARLES
The Big Sneeze (R)
A lighthearted look at the poet and scholar lolo Morganwg, (
Andrew Turner ) who 'discovered' the 'ancient' ceremonies which are now central to the modern Eisteddfod. Producer SIAN OWEN
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Dibs and Cosmo observe a mysterious visitor to Harry's stall. But can they describe her? Henry the kangaroo looks for 'Please close the gate' signs. Song: She 71 Be
Coming Round the Mountain.
Presenters Harry Towb and Sheila Chitnis
Film director SUE ARON
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
('See Hear! Budget Special' at
12.05am on BBCI)
Peter Seabrook explores some of the world's most interesting gardening stories. This week the Eric Young
Orchid Foundation in Jersey. The late Eric Young had three passions -jewellery, jade and orchids, and his life's ambition was to breed as many new hybrids as he possibly could.
Here at the orchid foundation both hybrids and species are exhibited in colourful and spectacular displays - from the simple slipper orchid to individual rare hybrids worth over £100,000. Eric Young loved his creations and spent his life inspiring other people to share in his overwhelming passion. Producer DENIS w, GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Live coverage of the main race of the first day's card.
3.30 Waterford Crystal Champion Hurdle (2m) The unbeaten Kribensis looks poised to lift the E50,000 prize for leading flat-race trainer Michael Stoute and owner Sheikh Mohammed.
Introduced by Julian Wilson.
Andy Crane - starting with with Nick Mercer and Stella Goodier.
It's Green Claws's birthday but everything doesn't go according to plan - first there's the cake and the cake decorations - then the problems of the cooking and the party guests!
But Iris and the Riddle Tree save the day and everyone has a good time.
Claws Family stories by SONYA DANN Script by URSULA JONES Illustrations JANE GEDYE
Producer CHRISTINE HEWITT
With a cry of 'Touche, away!' the unlikely musketeer Touche Turtle is off to avenge wrongs and protect the weak!
by JANET AND ALLAN AHLBERG told for Jackanory by Bernard Cribbins Today: part 2 (R)
My Friend, the Inventor Stan has invented an inflatable raft and when a man comes to inspect it, they all end up in the water. (R)
with Terry Nutkins Nick Davies and Chris Packham.
The humans are upstaged again-by a chimp that drinks using a twig, and a creature with guts in its legs!
There are coati-mundis breaking eggs on the studio floor, sea urchins with floppy feet, and ants that carry 100 times their own weight - in their jaws!
Nick goes to Scotland to film the pine marten - our 'wildest' animal?
Producer PAUL APPLEBY BBC Bristol
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with John Craven
Roger Finn and Helen Rollason Producer SUSIE STAPLES Editor JOHN CRAVEN
A series in five parts by SID WADDELL
1: The Glipton Romeos
Jossy returns for the new season but the Giants have disappeared. 'Bitten by a bug' says Albert mysteriously.
There's dirty work afoot but football isn't the only passion. Bryan Robson HIMSELF David Coleman HIMSELF
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director EDWARD PUGH (R)
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Rolf Harris presents classic cartoon comedy.
Today: Barney Bear in Goggle-Fishing Bear; Yankee Dood It and Tom and Jerry in Jerry and the Goldfish. Producer DAVID PLATT
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Favourites'. Rolf Harris 's fresh approach to Disney favourites. including 'Heigh Ho 'I Wan 'na Be
Like You' and 'Zip-A- Dee-Dooh-Dah'. is available on a BBC album or cassette from retailers.
Stewart Granger Anne Crawford
In this romantic period adventure, Stewart Granger plays a penniless aspiring author in love with his childhood sweetheart, the rich and beautiful Oriana. To earn money for their marriage he ventures to Spain - where both his head and heart are in danger!
Screenplay by ROLAND PERTWEE From the novel by LADY ELEANOR SMITH
Directed by ARTHUR CRABTREE
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A State of Danger
Filmed in Israel and the Occupied Territories,
A State of Danger charts the development of the Palestinian Intifada
(uprising), and the activities of the tiny minority of Israelis who support it. The programme explores the efforts of this group to challenge the brutality of the Israeli occupation and their attempt to push Israeli society towards a peaceful settlement with the Palestinians.
Made by the Committee for Freedom of Expression of Palestinians and Israelis. Camera VIRGINIA PITTS
Videotape editor LOIS DA vis Director JENNY MORGAN
Producer HAIM BRESHEETH
Executive producer TONY LARYEA Open Space is the scries where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control helped by the Community Programme Unit.
Presented by Chris Kelly ,
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden. For its 100th edition, Food and Drink is celebrating.
Surprise guests are dropping in for the last programme of this series. Also:
Fishy Business: the winner of Supercook 89 - submarine production manager David Williams - visits a food factory with his daughter Julie. His fish soup is to be tinned and sold commercially. Oats Craze: in the US sales of oats are an extraordinary six times higher than a couple of years ago. Americans believe oats have remarkable health benefits; should we be eating more, and why?
WILFRED EMMANUEL JONES , STEPHEN MCCRUM Studio director PHIL CHILVERS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE A BAZAL production for BBCtv
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Between a Yuk and a Hard Place
The mood is blue as Maddie tries to come to terms with her situation, and Addison's absence doesn't help. But others have problems for our distracted detectives to solve, such as the whirlwind romance that turned into a ghost story ...
Written by KERRY EHRIN
Directed by DENNIS DUGAN
The last of six programmes. Repossessions
Fifteen thousand houses are repossessed every year and the figure is rising along with the mortgage rate. This series has looked at a number of individual house deals from the period of boom last summer till present.
On a rising market some people won handsomely on the property market. Some did not do so well: those who had overcommitted themselves and were hit by rising interest rates, or those like Marion whose marital breakdown left her with all the bills to pay, mounting mortgage arrears and the threat of repossession of her home by the building society. Photography
JOHN WARWICK. PAUL OTTER Film editor LIZ THOYTS
Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Producer STEVE POOLE BBC Bristol
A statement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon
Nigel Lawson , MP, on behalf of the Government.
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Performances, people and issues in the arts and media. Directors DAVID G. CROFT , KRISS RUSMANIS
Producer ROLAND KEATING
Open Forum: News - Views
CHRIS SERLE and MOIRA STUART take a monthly look at the world of higher education from the OU's perspective. DAVID DAVIES talks to JACK STRAW about student financing.
Production PETER CHAMPNESS and JEAN ROWTON
Series producer KEVIN NEWPORT (R)