A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. When Dibs refuses to share his blue crayons, Cosmo has to resort to bargaining. (R) (e)
With Carmen Pryce, Elin Rhys and Paul Viragh.
An orchestral piece played on wine glasses, musical instruments made from all sorts of junk, even the kitchen sink, and a candle blown out by a loudspeaker are just some of the stops on a journey exploring sound. (e)
The work done on a hill farm in Perthshire is contrasted with that of an arable farm on the coast of Angus. (R) (e)
by Jan Mark.
Dramatised by Michael Robson.
Auntie Joan grows beans and marrows. Uncle Peter is trying to shoot a peacock and Robert designs traps for just about anything. But Elsie Wainwright is not at all what Erica expected. (R) (e)
'What is the point - they're only going to interview you and say you haven't got the job. But if you fight for it you will get somewhere'.
This programme looks at equal opportunities in the case of the Youth Training
Scheme, a black media skills course and two people who take their case to court. (e)
Computers are now sophisticated machines capable of very professional effects. But how can you use them at home?
Join Carol Vorderman as she looks at software programs for use in leisure activities - genealogy and design. (e)
by Ian Taylor.
A Viking drama in two episodes. (e)
Storytelling is alive and well in the West Midlands. Lenny Alsop tells the 2,000-year old Aesop fable The Wind and the Sun to a group of children in Stourbridge and you can join in the actions.
With children from Gig Mill Primary School. (e)
Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
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Rothmans Grand Prix It's the start of the fifth round. Sixteen now remain and the going gets tougher! Matches are still the best of nine frames and for losers at this stage of the tournament there's a consolation of E5,250 in prize money. Two matches are played to a finish this afternoon. David Vine introduces live coverage from the Hexagon, Reading.
Commentators: Ted Lowe ,
Jack Kamehm , Clive Everton. Summariser: John Spencer. Television presentation:
KEITH PHILLIPS , PETER HAYWARD Executive producer KEITH MACKENZIE including at
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
A large evergreen shrub gives instant height and all-year-round interest, but the bigger they are the more expensive, so preparation before planting is very important.
With Geoff Hamilton , Anne Swithinbank and John Kelly.
Producer JOHN KENYON
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Buck Rogers In the 25th Century
Testimony of a Traitor Starring
Gil Gerard as Buck Rogers
Erin Grey as Wilma Wilfrid Hyde-White as Dr Goodfellow.
Rough Guide to Careers
How do you get into television? Do you have to know someone who knows someone, or have been to a posh university?
Caroline Hanson and Sheryl Simms discover there are jobs in TV which don't demand impossible qualifications - and with more channels starting all the time, more and more jobs are waiting to be filled. Director GARY HUNTER
Series producer PAUL CAMPBELL A DIVERSE production for BBCtv
Brands Hatch, October 1971 Series producer JEFF GODDARD (R)
Noel Edmonds is joined by Janet Ellis and Top Gear's
Chris Goffey to bring you all the latest cars, gadgets and technology on display at the 1989 London Motor Show at Earls Court.
(More from 'Motorfair 89' on Friday at 7.00pm)
Phillip Williamson reports on an international research project into the world's oceans. Do the seas make the earth's climate more or less stable? New findings show simple plankton may be our saviours or our assassins. How Green Is Our Garden? Modern pesticides deliver ready supplies of cheap food. But the other legacy is toxic residues in our food and water. The Guardian's James Erlichman looks at scientific alternatives.
Fog of Ignorance
How much life is there on earth? Mathematician Bob May would like to find out. A single mature tree may support hundreds of different beetles. But of maybe 30 million insect species, we've found less than two million. How many species will we lose before we find them? Producers RICHARD DALE
PRATAP RUGHANI and MARTIN FREETH Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Series producer JANA BENNETT
The Young and the Restless
A young surgeon from Tokyo convinces the team that they are out of touch.
Written by MITCH MARKOWITZ
Directed by WILLIAM JURGENSEN (R)
A four-part serial.
Screenplay from his own novel by David Lodge.
3: Vic acts on Robyn's advice to educate the workforce and addresses a meeting - with an unexpected interruption.
Basil turns up unannounced, with disturbing news of Charles's research in the City of London. And as the Shadow Scheme draws to an end, Vic presses Robyn to accompany him on a vital business trip to Germany.
Music RACHEL PORTMAN
Sound RICHARD REYNOLDS Lighting JOHN ABBOTT Designer IAN ASHURST Producer CHRIS PARR
Director CHRISTOPHER MENAUL
Peter Palumbo , chairman of the Arts Council, praises Holland House, an office block built in the City of London by the Dutch architect Berlage.
'This beautiful and obscure building,' says Palumbo, 'is the most important piece of early 20th-century architecture that our capital possesses.' Researcher RUTH ROSENTHAL Producer CLARE PATERSON BBCElstree
by the Conservative Party.
with Donald MacCormick.
The live topical programme of the arts and media. Film directors DAVID BARRIE and SHEREE FOLKSON
Producer JANEY WALKER