Technology: More than Meets the Eye
10.00am Pages from Ceefax
10.15am Living Decisions Space for Living
Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN (R) (e)
10.40am Look, Look and Look Again. Natural Details Producer GEOFF WILSON (R) (e)
11.00am Watch. The Celts (e)
11.18am Mach's Gut!
11.35am Geography Casebook After Metal-Bashing
Presenter ROBINA osmani Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN
(Part 2, Thursday at 10. 40am) (e)
12.00 Economics: A Question of Choice. Workers or Machines Producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
12.20pm Textile Studies Fashion Makers
12.40pm Job Bank Behind the Scenes
Producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
Three films with ANDREW SACHS 3: West and East
Film editor BEN MORRIS
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)
A See-Saw programme (R)
What's Inside? with Floella Benjamin Treasure
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Producer SHEILA FRASER Executive producer
CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
New home, new school
Film editor ALASTAIR MITCHELL Producer nicci CROWTHER (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
Presenter Gary Wilmot Film director nicci CROWTHER Studio director SUE ARON (R) (e)
W Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Heart of Stone
'Skylark' Cecil Duston is a stonemason who worked the off-white building stone from quarries which scar his home of Portland in Dorset.
'Skylark' is a craftsman, his tools are basically the same as those used centuries ago by the men who first learned to fashion stone. Producer PETER BALE Executive producer BRIDGET WINTER (R)
Weather followed by Sir Mortimer
Wheeler - Digging Up People
The first of two films in which Chronicle pays a tribute to the late Sir Mortimer Wheeler - archaeologist, soldier and television personality. In 1973 he took
Magnus Magnusson to the landmarks of the first half of his life, from the battle of Passchendale in 1917 to the battle of Maiden Castle, fought and lost by a British tribe almost 2,000 years ago. Produced by DAVID COLLISON
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE (First shown as 'Chronicle
In June 1981 a unique event took place in Jerusalem.
After years of preparation,
Jewish men and women from
21 countries met to celebrate their survival from Hitler's death camps, and to remind the world that the horrific crime of genocide should never be forgotten.
Producer REX BLOOMSTEIN (R)
Creative talent in the north of England.
Joe Hutton , a shepherd from the Cheviot hills, is also the most famous Northumbrian piper alive.
Producer SUE DURKAN BBC North East (R)
Kenny Rogers Pam Dawber.
Matt Cooper is an ex-rodeo rider looking for a way out of his mundane existence.
On impulse he signs up for a wild mustang round-up, but his exhilaration soon turns to fury when he discovers an unscrupulous plan for the defenceless animals ...
Screenplay by ROD TAYLOR and DANIEL VINING
Produced by HUNT LOWRY Directed by DICK LOWRY
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Does Anyone Here Speak English?
All over Europe, Britain's continental competitors are sending their business people on language courses. When
1992 comes, will they have an advantage over their British counterparts who think English is enough?
Film editor ALEX RICHARDSON
Assistant producer NICOLE CHURCH Series editor BRIAN DA VIES (e)
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Presented by Margo MacDonald.
Homes Must Not Stand in the Way of Industrial Development The future of a coastal village on a spit of land 15 miles north of Newcastle upon
Tyne hangs in the balance.
John MacCormack , leader of Welbeck District Council, sees the chance to attract industry and welcome jobs in an area of high unemployment - but only if the houses go. The North Blyth Residents Action
Group are fighting the plan; they want the jobs, too, but see no reason why their community has to be sacrificed.
Both sides have had editorial control over their films, which were made with help from the Community Programme Unit.
Series researcher TONY MULHOLLAND Film directors PAUL PIERROT GERRY POMEROY
Series producer GAVIN DUTTON
Presented by William Woollard with reports from Tiff Needell ,
Tony Mason , Chris Goffey.
Aston Martin owners from all over the world met last weekend at Brands Hatch to race their cars.
William Woollard traces the history of the marque while Tiff Needell drives their latest car, the Virage.
Why is Britain one of the very few countries in the world not to close public roads for rallying? Tony Mason investigates.
And Chris Goffey drives two new sporting hatchbacks - the Maestro Turbo and the 16-valve Vauxhall Astra GTE. Producer JON BENTLEY
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
starring with / See England, I See France, I See Maddie's 's Netherworld All Harry ever wanted from Blue Moon was a bodyguard; he never expected it to be his final resting place. Maddie and David discover that
'esprit de corpse' when they attempt to repel an invasion of bodysnatchers as everyone gets wild about Harry ...
Written by CHRIS RUPPENTHAL Directed by PAUL KRASNY
Eight films with David Jessel. 7:Marked Men
Since 1969 over 2,700 people have died in the troubles in Northern Ireland. It's because of this background of violence that certain jobs have to be security cleared. But what happens when you are labelled a security risk and can't find out why? It happened to
Stephen Power as a teenager. Now a university student, he has never been in trouble with the police, but is still worried that he may not be able to get a job as a result of his security record.
'The only time I think I've been in the police barracks was when I took in an MOT certificate.'
Producer SARAH MANWARING-WHITE Researcher MARC SIGSWORTH
Series producer ELIZABETH CLOUGH
Unusual insights into Britain.
This film traces the brief life of Bruce and Sue's baby daughter, and explores the trauma caused by 'cot death'. Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Directed by BRUCE GOODISON A NEWCASTLE POLYTECHNIC production. BBC Bristol
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick.
Judgement on Mrs Thatcher : the BBC's political editor
John Cole assesses the Prime Minister's ten years at No 10, and collects conflicting testimony from the politicians.
Maggie's Cultural Tendencies On the anniversary of Mrs Thatcher 's tenth year in power, The Late Show examines the effects her leadership has had on British culture.
Presenter Michael Ignatieff Producer ROLY KEATING
How do people use space in their homes?
Producer ALISON TUCKER (R)