10.15am Sex Education (R) (e)
10.40am Look, Look and Look Again
Portrait of the Artist
Children in Aberdeen and London capture their own Personalities in art work. Producer EDWARD HAYWARD
11.00am Watch (R) (e)
11.18am Pages from Ceefax
11.35am Life Goes On Fertilisation
Narrator LINDA ALEXANDER Producer PETER BRATT (R) (e)
12.00 Microelectronics in Action
Counting and Remembering (R) (e)
12.20pm A-level History
Birmingham and Manchester Presented by CLIVE BEHAG Written by ASA BRIGGS
Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
12.40pm A-level English Geoffrey Chaucer - the Dreaming Poet by LAN TAYLOR
With DEREK SMITH ,
PAUL BLAKE , MAGGIE MCCARTHY , SUZY AITCHISON ,
TIMOTHY KIGHTLEY , MICHAEL WATERMAN and PAUL WILLIAMSON
Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
1.00pm When in Italy
4: Market, Porchetta, the Inedible Vegetable, e la Vita Contodina
Assistant producer DANIELLA DANGOOR
Series producer DAVID CORDINGLEY (R) (e)
A See-Saw programme (R)
What's Inside? with Floella Benjamin The Present (R)
Landmarks: Weather Watch Producer JUDITH MILES
2.00pm News Weather followed by You and Me
Presenters Gary Wilmot and Clive Mason
Song: Five Little Monkeys Producer NICCI CROWTHER (R) (e)
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Prizes of War
The 'windfall yachts' were built in the 1930s for adventure training as part of Hitler's war preparations. Retired Naval Commander Peter Richardson recalls sailing the seized yacht Marabu from Kiel to Portsmouth.
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS BBC Bristol (R)
Weather followed by Bird s-Eye View by STUART HOOD
Eastern Approach narrated by Gordon Jackson When Stuart Hood was 12 years old, he went from
Montrose, by sea to London. The Bird's-Eye View helicopter follows the route of his journey over Arbroath, Northumberland, Durham, Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.
Producer JENNIFER JEREMY
Series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF (R)
The City of Belfast Youth
Stage Band play the big band classics and chat to their childhood Play Away heroine, Toni Arthur. Producer ALAN TONGUE
A series of eight programmes 7: Kung Fu - the Hard Way
Bruce Lee made this Chinese art famous around the world. His form of fighting is taught by Dan Inosanto in Los Angeles. The film also looks at a traditional master of Kung Fu in Hong Kong and a modern master in London. Producer MICHAEL CROUCHER
Gaze in Wonder
Eric Laithwaite shows natural versions of 'human' inventions such as gyroscopes, velcro, sonar, holography, jet propulsion, and liquid crystals. In every case, nature got there first - and often uses the 'invention' for an entirely different purpose than we do. Film editor SARA GOSLING
Produced by ALEC NISBETT (R)
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Crown City is a played-out mining town. Just a few hundred yards away across the river there are vast reserves of gold - but across the river is
Indian territory and it takes a brave man - or a stupid one - to risk incurring the wrath of Ouray, Chief of the Ute.
Screenplay by JOHN K. BUTLER and LAWRENCE ROMAN
Produced by MELVILLE TUCKER Directed by NATHAN JURAN
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in Wide Open Spaces
In the wild, wild west when men were men and women were glad of it, a stranger comes to town.
Directed by ARTHUR ROSSEN An RKO film
Make Money Make Money Greed and Fear
The two ruling passions among Chicago Futures traders are greed and fear - greed for more money, fear that they will lose it all in seconds. Futures and Options are some of the most volatile markets that the small investor can put money into. Andrew Neil looks at how
Chicago invented Futures - and why the rest of the financial world was forced to follow. He also demonstrates how Options can be exploited by investors to make money out of a fall in share prices. Producer ALAN HAYDN GRIFFITHS Series editor BRIAN DAVIES
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Following the Ben Johnson scandal, Canada has been rocked by revelations of drug-taking among its top athletes. As the Dublin Inquiry reaches its climax, On the Line talks to the runners branded as cheats. Angella Issajenko is the Canadian ladies' sprint champion but she took steroids to beat her great rival Angela Bailey. Reporter Jackie Spreckley Producer LIZ MCCALLUM
Executive producer DAVID TAYLOR BBC North West
by DOUGLAS ADAMS
Adapted in six parts from the BBC Radio series, starring the voice of Peter Jones ,
David Dixon , Simon Jones , Sandra Dickinson , Mark Wing-Davey and featuring Martin Benson 2: Arthur Dent discovers how big space is.
Animated sequences ROD LORD Radiophonic music PADDY KINGSLAND
Sound MIKE MCCARTHY
Producer ALAN J. W. BELL (R)
Alan J. W.
Voice of the Book:
Voice of Marvin:
Eine Kleine Nacht Murder
Maddie feels caught between David and cousin Annie,
Annie feels caught between Maddie and David ...
Written by BARBARA HALL Directed by JAY DANIEL
Building an Empire
'The change has meant that businessmen and young entrepreneurs have even replaced footballers as the bedfellows of rock stars.'
Howard Hodgson runs one of Britain's fastest growing businesses. He moves in a world of deals, take-overs and big money and he'll never be short of customers - he owns one of the largest undertaking firms in Britain. But with a declining death rate, Hodgson is now launching a sister company - 'Dignity in Destiny'
Photography GRAHAM FRAKE Sound GRAHAM ROSS
Film editor DOROTHEA GAZIDIS Series producer PETER SYMES Producer TIMOTHY COPESTAKE BBC Bristol
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A Suitable Place to Have a Baby Producer VICTOR LOCKWOOD