A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R) (e)
Sounding Out with Carmen Pryce
Elin Rhys and Paul Viragh.
Producer LAMBROS ATTESHLIS (R) (e)
Scottish Inventions 1: Pedal Power
by Jan Needle.
The sword is not treasure trove and that means that Tony and Carol can keep it. Or does it? (R) (e)
Search Out Science Communication.
Search Out Science is a new two-year series aimed at 9-to 11-year-olds and in this programme teachers are offered practical suggestions about how to make the best possible use of the autumn unit on communication which deals with the science of light and sound.
Producer LAMBROS ATTESHLIS
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Every year thousands of 16-to 18-year-olds have serious accidents on the Youth
Training Scheme, or develop long-term work-related diseases. Since the scheme was set up in 1985, its record for health and safety has got worse and worse.
Producer VANESSA ENGLE
Series producer ANDY WALKER
Just in Time
Michael Rodd investigates the new Japanese management practice of 'just in time'. Currently sweeping through British industry, its supporters claim dramatic cost savings and improved product quality. But can a Japanese business philosophy transfer successfully? Producer DAVID DAWSON
Series editor BRIAN DAVIES (R) (e)
With the voices of Ian Lavender, Jessica Martin, Sam Kelly and David Shaw Parker. (R)
The Newcomer with Johnny Ball
Producer Greg Childs (R)
Weather followed by Storytlme
There are two stories in today's programme, Titch and You'll Soon Grow into
Them Titch. Titch is a small boy with an elder brother and sister who seem to have everything bigger and better than him. In the end, Titch turns the tables on them.
Presenter: Diane Kenwood. Film editor DAVID PAINTER
Series producers DIANE MORGAN and PAT FARRINGTON (e)
●Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
CIS UK Indoor Bowls
Championship: Round 2 Featuring Neil McGhee against number 4 seed
Willie Wood and number 3 seed David Corkill playing John Watson.
Presented by David Icke. Commentators:
David Rhys-Jones and Jimmy Davidson.
Summarisers: Mal Hughes , David McGill and John Bell. including at
Regional News and Weather
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
Last in the series.
Secret starring Gil Gerard as Buck Rogers.
The live current affairs magazine programme is uaun iui a uazzling new series of 16 shows, with a hard-hitting, fast, eclectic mix of news, fashion, sport, music and style. Studio director JOHN ROONEY Producers MICHAEL SPENCER and EMMA WILLIS
Editor RACHEL PURNELL
First of five programmes featuring photographers captured on film over the past three decades.
The Fashion Photographers
This week, a nostalgic look at the fashion photographers of the 60s and 70s - the outrageous
Norman Parkinson in action with Twiggy, and David Bailey at the 1965 Paris Collection.
A two-part programme. 1: A Promise Fulfilled
During the Second World War, Italian forces in Yugoslavia murdered hundreds of thousands of civilians. Historians have now exposed the startling political reasons why there was never an Italian equivalent of the Nuremberg Trials. Michael Bryant narrates the story of the implementation of Mussolini's policy of Italianisation in the Balkans. Series editor ROY DAVIES
Written and produced by KEN KIRBY BBC Elstree
Ain't Love Grand
Directed by MIKE FARRELL (R)
by John Mortimer. A film in four parts starring and 1: Villa to Let
Tuscany, a beautiful villa, a whole month with her family in the sun.
Molly Pargeter arranges everything perfectly for a holiday that will change their lives. So why is her husband reluctant to go? Why is the owner of the villa so elusive? And is there more than insect life to fear? Molly is resolved that nothing will disturb their summer idyll, especially not the presence of her appalling father, ageing journalist and rake, Haverford Downs.
Music by NIGEL HESS
Title theme sung by CHAMELEON Script editor HELEN GREAVES Film editor TARIQ ANWAR
Photographer REMI ADEFARASIN Produced by COLIN ROGERS Directed by MARTYN FRIEND
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Mrs Marcia Tobias:
The Blackburn House
Artist and photographer Jenny Okun visits the Blackburn House in London's Hampstead, by architects Peter Wilson and Chassay Wright (1989). She argues that the Blackburn House - part office, part gallery, part flat - is important because really adventurous domestic architecture is such a rarity. Producer CLARE PATERSON Director RUTH ROSENTHAL
with Donald MacCormick.
The live topical programme of the arts and media. Producer JANEY WALKER