This term Zig Zag will be featuring the Vikings.
Munster Primary School shows how to get the most out of this exciting television project and how to use it to explore every area of the curriculum. (e)
'There's absolutely no rules to this business... as long as you believe in yourself, that you see the light at the end of the tunnel you will succeed'.
Jazzie B of Soul II Soul
This programme looks at young people trying to make their way in the hip-hop music business. (e)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R) (e)
A musical story which tells how the Tomtes defeated the terrible Trolls with the help of the Snow King.
Performed by children from Canonbury Junior School. (e)
Produced and directed by:
Young people leaving school in Leominster can choose both town and country jobs. (R) (e)
Paul Coia traces the story of the Viking raids on Britain. (R) (e)
The movements of the otter suggest sounds which are put together to make up a piece of music. (R) (e)
A lively approach to everyday science for 5- to 7-year-olds. (R) (e)
The first in a five-part series examines the main differences between Egyptian and Greek medicine, and the contributions made by Christianity and Islam.
Presented by Paul Viragh. (R) (e)
What's it like growing up in Britain today? Four 'ordinary' young people from Portsmouth give their views. (R) (e)
Having a go yourself is the theme of this series.
This week explore the physics of peddle power. (R) (e)
A See-Saw programme with Fred Harris. (R)
(For details see Thursday at 11.00am) (e)
A series for 5- to 7-year-olds to encourage reading. (R) (e)
Presenter (Words and Pictures):
Desmond Lynam lords it in an Irish castle.
Directed and produced by PATRICIA HOULIHAN (R)
Weather followed by The Light Is on Thy Head
Helen Waddell -
A Wandering Scholar
A documentary about the life of the famous Ulster poet, translator and author.
Voice of Helen Waddell : Blanaid Irvine.
Producer JAMES SKELLY
BBC Northern Ireland (R)
Regional News and Weather
Six encounters with the delights of home-made pickles and chutneys with Davilia David and David Mabey. 1: Get Pickling!
This programme shows you the basic principles of successful pickling and pays tribute to the great picklers of the past. (R)
0 BOOK: 'The Perfect Pickle Book' BBC Books, price £3.95
Danny Fisher 's talent as a singer could take him to the very top - but that talent also brings him to the attention of violent underworld criminal, Maxie Fields ...
As Danny, Elvis gives one of his best performances and sings such classics as Trouble and King Creole.
Screenplay by HERBERT BAKER and MICHAEL VINCENTE GAZZO
Based on the novel A Stone for
Danny Fisher by HAROLD ROBBINS Produced by HAL B. WALLIS Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ
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The second of three programmes showcasing the best rock bands from different European countries, features the cult Czech underground group Garaz, New Romantics Ocean and the bizarre stage show of Laura and Her Tigers. Interviews and videos give a rare insight into the extraordinary
Czechoslovakian rock scene. Producers WALTER CHELSTOWSKI ANDREW COGGINS GERAINT JARMAN
Director ANDY BRICE
A CRIW BYW production for S4C
The best of young people's programmes from around the world. Italian superstar Jovanotti introduces
Createurs' Studio a fast moving international arts magazine featuring acid house, Italian fashion and the best circus in town, Ra Ra Zoo. Art director MARK LEBON Producer VERONlKA SYKS
The Rockies are ringing to the sound of Cher in the middle of her American tour, giving a rare interview about her controversial new video. Jonathan King looks at his favourite film of the year,
Dead Poets Society, and talks to Martina Navratilova , a resident of this glittering ski resort. JK also falls in love with a llama (like always attracts like).
Produced and directed by GORDON ELSBURY (R)
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The first of six films in which A. N. Wilson takes a fresh perspective on the Victorians through some of their most remarkable figures. 1.
Prince Albert Without Albert 's shrewdness the present Royal Family would probably not exist today. On his death the nation mourned, yet in his lifetime he was reviled as a foreigner and - despite the public image - his relationship with his family was difficult and painful. Photography GRAHAM VEEVERS Film editor PATRICK HAGGERTY
Assistant producer JENNY RIVAROLA Executive producer BILL LYONS
Prince Albert Without
A Bafta-award winning production for Screen Two, written by Stephen Poliakoff. Starring and On a packed night train through Germany, Peter finds himself sitting with a beautiful girl and an extraordinary old lady.
Peggy Ashcroft also stars in Stephen Poliakoff s latest play, She's Been
Away to be seen on Screen One later this year.
Original music by MIKE WESTBROOK Produced by KENITH TRODD
Directed by PETER DUFFELL (R)
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A musical study of one of our more sheep-like habits.
Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Director STEPHANIE CHILMAN (R)
with Donald MacCormick and Peter Snow.
The topical arts and media programme. This week's presenters are Sarah Dunant , Tracey MacLeod , Paul Morley and Cynthia Rose.
Rural Life: Victorian Farming Producer NICK LEVINSON (R)