Maths: Volumes of Revolution
9.40am Lifeschool. Equal People Sexism Education
A look at the way girls and boys are treated differently in school. In and out of the classroom, are they learning what they should be?
Series producer ROSANNA HIBBERT Producer chris ELLIS (R) (e)
10.05am You and Me
A series for 4-and-5-year-olds. Cosmo's bossiness sends Dibs off to play elsewhere. Children make push and pull signs for the classroom door.
Book: Lizzie's Invitation by HOLLY KELLER.
Presenter LARRINGTON WALKER
Animation ALAN ROGERS and PETER LANG
Producer CAS LESTER (R) (e)
10.18am Music Time
Creatures of the Bush (R) (e)
10.40am Thinkabout At the Seaside Sally and the children find all sorts of things down at the seaside - including a 'monster'.
Producer DAVID MELDRUM (R) (e)
10.58am Zig Zag. Workers The Green Fingers Plant Company
Producer PETER EVANS (e)
11.20am Pages from Ceefax
Tight Living: the Problem (R) (e)
11.45am Pages from Ceefax
12.15pm History File Divided Ireland
First of a two-part programme exploring the partition of Ireland, its different peoples and traditions.
Presenter TONY MCAULEY Consultant PAT LOUGHREY
Producer DAVID SCOTT COWAN (R) (e)
12.35pm Pages from Ceefax
1.00pm A-level Biology Mechanisms of Change First of two parts.
Author Francis Hitching gives his personal view of the current theories of evolution, including recent work on punctuated equilibrium and catastrophes. Series producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
A See-Saw programme by JOANNE COLE. AND MICHAEL COLE. Narrated by Patricia Hayes Gran the Camper (R)
Narrated by Christian Rodska Snow Place Like Home
Out in the Country (R) (e)
Weather followed by Words and Pictures
The Bad-Tempered Ladybird Vicky finds a ladybird in the library and Charlie sets it free. A flying flamingo has trouble staying airborne and, in the story, a bad-tempered ladybird is looking for a fight - but can't find anyone big enough! Presenter
Vicky Ireland with Charlie Animation
MARCUS PARKER RHODES. PETER LANG. ALAN ROGERS
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (e)
• Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Rothbury, Northumberland John Grundy discovers the architectural delights and special qualities of the townscape.
Producer JOHN METHERELL BBC North East (R)
Weather followed by The Last Chance
In Arizona, the heart of the American Wild West, 80 tough young delinquents were offered the choice of staying behind bars or joining a 1,500-mile trek by wagon train to Denver,
Colorado. The film is a frank and often disturbing account of this unique experiment. Producer BOB SAUNDERS
(First shown in 'The World about Us
1989 Milk Race
Last Monday 102 top-class riders in 17 teams from 11 countries set off from
Westminster Bridge at the start of Britain's longest and most gruelling cycle race. Today is the rest day in Blackpool, and they have already completed over 600 miles with a further 500 to go before the finish in Birmingham next Saturday. This halfway report gives some idea of the outcome.
Commentators HUGH PORTER and PHIL LIGGETT
Assistant producer SHARON LENCE Producer TERRY LONG
with Ian Wooldridge
In 1986 England's winter of discontent showed yet again the absolute world supremacy of West Indian cricket. Top sports writer Ian Wooldridge goes to its
Caribbean roots to discover why. Viv Richards , Gary Sobers , Clive Walcott ,
Everton Weekes and others tell their stories.
In Barbados and Antigua, Wooldridge looks for the youngsters who will succeed them. He asks how these tiny islands can produce such a stream of talent.
Producer CLEM VALLANCE
Series producer TIM SLESSOR
(First shown as 'The World about Us
This week, the spotlight falls on Joe Jackson.
Born in Burton-on-Trent, he was raised and influenced by a variety of music, ranging from the theme music from the film Exodus to the Beatles and Beethoven.
From his days as the 'angry man of pop', Jackson has switched his musical styles at whim, experimenting with rock, jazz, reggae and classical music.
His success with songs like Is She Really Going Out With Him and It's Different For Girls brought him international success, but celebrity status is not something Joe found easy to deal with. In a revealing interview, Joe Jackson airs his criticisms of the rock and pop world, and talks about his personal aims and goals. The programme also features exciting performance footage of this multi-talented artist.
First of two programmes. Stress has become one of the biggest killers of the 20th century. Each year thousands of people die from stress-related diseases - and hundreds of young people commit suicide. So how do you find out if you are at risk from stress? Tune in and see what you can do when life goes out of control and stress takes over.
Producer SONIA PALMER
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Earlier this year international rock stars such as the Ramones, Debbie Harry , Iggy Pop,
Donna Summer and Dave Gilmore recorded a special Spirit of the Forest single, proceeds of which go towards saving the world's tropical rainforests. Tonight's programme looks at the plight of the forest, and how the single was put together.
Producer NEIL FERRIS
Editor JANET STREET-PORTER
A Nature special presented by Michael Buerk. The first full picture of the greatest environmental threat facing the Earth.
With David Attenborough , and studio guests including Sir Shridath Ramphal. the Commonwealth Secretary-General and Jonathon Porritt , Director of Friends of the Earth.
In an exclusive interview HRH the Prince of Wales voices his concerns.
The greenhouse effect - the rise in temperature and sea level around the world caused by global pollution - may already be changing our planet.
An international team of British and Australian reporters has travelled the world investigating the impact of the changing weather on the food we eat, our homes and our businesses.
David Attenborough considers the consequences for wildlife.
From Brussels, John Howard reports on the Global 500 awards, the green Oscars, given to mark United Nations World Environment Day. And in the studio, guests propose ways of averting catastrophe.
Assistant producer ANDREA BROWN Producer JEREMY EVANS
Executive producer PETER SALMON BBC Bristol
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On World Environment Day Bob Geldof introduces: Sting, Diana Ross
Elton John , George Benson Herbie Hancock Gypsy Kings....
Last Saturday night, in New York, musicians and performers took part in a mammoth global broadcast to draw attention to the crisis which threatens the world environment.
Producers TERRY JERVIS and PAUL KRIWACZEK
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick.
NICK CLARKE , DAVID COSS ,
GAVIN ESLER ,
MARGARET GILMORE ,
WESLEY KERR , CHRIS LOWE ,
PETER MARSHALL ,
JULIAN O'HALLORAN ,
DAVID SELLS, SARAH SPILLER ,
FRANCINE STOCK, DAVID
TINDALL, JANET TREWIN ,
Deputy editor NIGEL CHAPMAN Editor JOHN MORRISON
This week's presenters are Paul Morley , Sarah Dunant and Tracy MacLeod Film directors
MIKE POOLE. DEBBIE GELLER Producer CHARLES MILLER
Executive producer KEVIN LOADER Editor MICHAEL JACKSON
Tha ttraat Exhibition
An Exercise in Industry Producer TONY COE (R)