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• Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
9.50am Visites en France
10.05am You and Me
Dibs, Cosmo and Jeni play a game of hide-and-seek. Book: Ten Sleepy Sheep Presenter JENI BARNETT
Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
10.20am Science Workshop Stiff Shapes (B)
Series producer MICHAEL COYLE (R) (e)
10.40am Around Scotland It's Just a Habit
Sarah doesn't want to smoke, but when her friends keep insisting she should try it, how can she keep saying no?
Presenter KATHRYN HOWDEN
Drama script ANNE-MARIE Dl MAMBRO Producer MARIANNE BAIRD (e)
11.00am Words and Pictures Tortoise's Dream
11.15am Walrus Puppy Love
Lee falls in love with Miss
Morgan's puppy but his animal liberation campaign causes considerable grief and upset.
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
11.35am Study Skills Two programmes for lower-secondary pupils. Look It Up
Library skills, reading techniques.
Memory Bank by TERRANCE DICKS.
A playlet to assist logical thought processes. Producer JUDITH MtLES (R) (e)
11 55am Art Work
Last of five programmes for
GCSE Art and Design students Four artists - two sculptors, a strip cartoonist and a carnival costume designer - show how they bring their imagination to bear on the world about them Series producer EDWARD HAYWARD
12 15pm Science in Action Boundless Energy (e)
12 35pm Lifeschool You and Your Health
More Harmful than Heroin How much do young people drink and what does it do? Directed by TIM COPESTAKE
Series producer ANDY WALKER
1 00pm Electric Avenue Ten programmes about computers in society, with FRED HARRIS 9: Safety First
Producer TERRY MARSH (R) (e)
Voice of Clint:
by JOCELYN STEVENSON. The Feast Voices by Michael Williams John Wells
Music and lyrics by MIKE REDWAY Film editor MARTIN BOHAN
Created, designed and produced by IVOR WOOD (R)
The Life of a Cathedral (e)
Chicken and Egg Presented by Barbara McNamara Animation GIL POTTER
ALAN ROGERS. PETER LANG
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
Weather followed by Cheltenham Festival
Julian Wilson introduces further live coverage of the second day's card.
3.30 Coral Golden Hurdle (3mlf)
4.05 Sun Alliance Chase (3m) A dress rehearsal for
Gold Cup contenders in 12 months' time. including at
First of three programmes. Mortgage Corporation National League
Meteors v ,
Peterborough Thomas Cook Quick-fire action and entertainment are promised in this third season of team tennis. The single-set tie-break formula puts the emphasis on excitement, and there was plenty of that when Peterborough narrowly beat Birmingham earlier in the competition.
This return fixture at Aston Villa Leisure Centre should be just as close.
Introduced by Sally Jones. Commentators
GERALD WILLIAMS , MARK COX
Simon Barnes , Chris Davies and Isobel Ward present this magazine programme about disability from the Ideal
Home Exhibition in London. This month, equipment news from Anne Davies , a report on an often overlooked disability - dyslexia, and after the birth of her baby,
Isobel reports on her first few weeks as a disabled mother. With subtitles for the hard-of-hearing.
Producer CHRISTOPHER HUTCHNS
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Gil Gerard as Buck Rogers in Happy Birthday Buck.
Wilma's plans for a surprise party for Buck go awry.
Col Wilma Deering. ERiN GRAY
Written by MARTIN PASKO Directed by SIG NEUFIELD
with Antoine de Caunes.
The show includes
Robert Palmer , John Lennon , Tanita Tikaram , Tracy Chapman and John Hiatt.
Titles JEAN BAPTISTE MONDlNO Director BERNARD FAROUX Executive producers
ALEX BERGER , TIM NEWMAN
Editor (DEFII) JANET STREET PORTER An N B de c production
Olympic year: gold for Nash and Dixon in Innsbruck; for Ann Packer , Mary Rand , Lynn Davies and Ken Matthews in Tokyo.
Wins for Maria Bueno at
Wimbledon and Tony Lema at St Andrew's; Cassius Clay defeats Sonny Liston. Zero for the Martin Walker cricket team - not a single run! Black-out for BBC2's opening; and the Beatles keep the nation throbbing. Presented by Harry Carpenter
Researcher MICHAEL PENSON Producer JEFF GODDARD
Two Australian films introduced by John Ridgway. First the award-winning
The toads were imported into Queensland back in the 1930s to curb the sugar-cane beetle. But the beetle could fly, the toad couldn't. Disaster. Since then the toads have bred prodigiously, and regularly weigh in at over 2 lbs. Little girls dress them up like dolls. junkies smoke them and hallucinate, cars skid on them. They poison dogs, eat anything, and lay 20,000 eggs at a sitting. Some folk see them as a plague, others want them adopted as the state mascot.
And Jackaroos: a film about young outback stockmen. Four brothers run a cattle-station the size of Kent.
They reckon themselves to be the best rough-riders in the world. They could be right. Producers
MARK LAWSON for FILM AUSTRALIA GEORGE GITTOES
Presented for the BBC by KEITH WILTON and RICHARD ROBINSON Series editor TIM SLESSOR t FEATURE: page 89
Comrades in Arms (1) Written by ALAN ALDA
Directed by BURT METCALFE (R)
by RICHARD COOPER.
Third of eight cases featuring the legendary lawyer, Edward Marshall Hall.
Starring Jonathan Hyde with Irina Brook Mary Conlon David Rintoul Natalie Forbes Leslee Udwin.
Gone for a Soldier
Annie Dyer 's baby is found smothered. Was it an accident or a deliberate act of murder? And how will
Marshall Hall react to a case that has uneasy parallels with the story of his first tragic marriage?
Music DUNCAN BROWNE
Studio lighting RON BRISTOW Studio sound BRENDAN SHORE Designer ROGER CANN
TUCKER Director SEBASTIAN GRAHAM-JONES
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A statement by the Shadow
Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon John Smith , mp, for the Opposition.
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
The live cultural magazine of the arts, music, design and the media.
Producer CHARLES MILLER
12.00 Education: A Place for Play Play is regarded as central to education and to children's everyday activities.
Producer SUZANNE CAMPBELL-JONES (R)
This Horizon programme, reshown as part of the series on 'Design and Innovation', concludes ROBERT SYMES 's, look at problems facing inventors.
Producer ROBIN BOOTLE (R)