9.25am Quinze minutes: A la mode
A series for beginners. (R) (e)
9.40am Let's See: Building a Road
Presented by Kathy Murphy. How road builders overcome the challenges posed by Britain's rugged landscape. (e)
10.00am Thinkabout: Keeping Warm (e)
10.15am Look and Read: Through the Dragon's Eye 7: The Waterfall of Words
Written by Christopher Russell and Christine Russell.
'No one else can face Charn and live. Only Gorwen has a chance....'
As Gorwen prepares to confront Charn, word magic again comes to the aid of the search party.
Featuring: Sean Barrett, David Collings, Charles Collingwood, Simon Fenton, Marlaine Gordon, Michael Heath, Katie Hebb, Timothy Lyn, Nicola Stewart and the Puppet Factory. (e)
10.40am Investigating Science: Classification: Sort It Out (R) (e)
11.00am Watch: Food: Bread of Life
Investigate the bread we eat by looking closely at various types. (e)
11.17am France Francais: Jerome
On duty, he's an apprentice cook, with plenty of prospects. Off duty, his motorbike comes first.... (R) (e)
11.35am Textile Studies: Spinning a Yarn (R) (e)
11.55am MI 10
Folds followed by The Right Shape (R) (e)
12.15pm Science Topics: Senses
We use our senses as part of a complex system for survival. (R) (e)
12.35pm The Geography Programme: Once There Were Volcanoes Here
From the Isle of Skye, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Northumberland, Malcolm Stacey looks into landscapes that owe their existence to volcanic rocks. (R) (e)
12.55pm Buongiorno Italia!: 7: Cosa c 'e da vedere?
Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian, featuring especially shot documentary film.
Presented by Lilly Lembo Lambert and Enrico Verdecchia. (R) (e)
1.20pm Gran: Gran's Bike
by Joanne and Michael Cole. (R)
1.25pm Animal Fair: Hey Mum!
with Don Spencer. (R)
1.40pm Outlook: My Wales: 4: Ben Evans, Pontygwaith
Rhondda fach is not as it used to be but some traditions continue. (e)
2.00pm News; Weather
You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R) (e)
Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Presenter (Let's See):
Producer (Let's See):
Writer (Look and Read):
Writer (Look and Read):
Costumer designer (Look and Read):
Producer (Look and Read):
Puppeteers (Look and Read):
Presenter (The Geography Programme):
Presenter (Buongiorno Italia!):
Presenter (Buongiorno Italia!):
Film editor (Buongiorno Italia!):
Producer (Buongiorno Italia!):
Music and lyrics (Gran):
Designed and directed by (Gran):
Narrator (Animal Fair):
Musical Director (Animal Fair):
Bass (Animal Fair):
Assistant producer (Animal Fair):
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Sculpture and Singing Fountains
Producer JENNIFER JEREMY (R)
Michael Palin takes an imaginary journey to Blackpool through the LMS posters of the 20s and 30s.
Director JOHN METHERALL Producer TREVOR HEARING
(Around the World in 80 Days tomorrow at 9.30pm on BBC1)
written and narrated by Libby Purves. (R)
Regional News and Weather
Anagram: she catapults lard Clue: London landmark
Answer - see today's programme!
Join the contestants from all over Britain and host
Barry Norman talks to Ian Botham , hero and villain of English cricket, and looks behind the headlines that have heralded his every on-field triumph and off-field indiscretion.
Producer DENNIS ADAMS
First in a new season of programmes for consumers of welfare and public services. Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden.
This special edition covers the Community Charge or Poll Tax. In Scotland, the new charge has got off to a shaky start. Amid confusion and opposition, 600,000 people have yet to pay. So what is in store for England and Wales? Find out what the Poll Tax is, who pays and who is exempt. Producer BRIAN HILL Editor CHRIS LENT (e)
and Missouri, 1843: a wagon train sets off on the hazardous
Oregon trail, led by ruthless Senator Tadlock.
Produced by HAROLD HECHT
Directed by ANDREW V. MCLAGLEN
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Senator William J. Tadlock:
Second of a six-part documentary series.
The Best Possible Job in the Shortest Possible Time
It was a special birthday for Andrew Dono this year. As he was serenaded by a drag artist in one of Sunderland's night spots, he could congratulate himself on finding a job. True, he was younger than many of the 2,000 strong workforce made redundant when North East Shipbuilders closed before
Christmas. For many others, attending the 'Job Club' four times a week, trying to meet their target of 'ten job leads a day', success was harder to come by. Photography JOHN WARWICK Producer BERNARD HALL BBC Bristol
Our shy and unassuming gastronaut visits the land of whopping steaks, Rin Tin Tin and politics to the right of Vlad the Impaler. Here he discovers the spicy nuances of Tex Mex cuisine as well as mastering the subtle art of mixing the perfect Margarita. Photography CLIVE NORTH Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West
0 BBC GOOD FOOD: this new monthly magazine lists the recipes from your favourite television and radio programmes and features off-air tips from presenters like Keith Floyd , Delia Smith , Jill Goolden and Ruth Mott. It's at newsagents now, price 90p,
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Mr Z Goes to Washington When a film script comes Teddy's way, he discovers that the last thing you need in Hollywood is good taste.
Written by BOB WTLCOX Directed by MAX TASH
An eight-part series.
2: The Heirs of Conquest Amid the mountains and lakes of the high Andes, a guerrilla war is being waged. The conflict centres on social division created at the time of the conquest, a division between the haves and have-nots, Spanish culture and Indian culture, the city and the backlands.
This film accompanies the leading Peruvian novelist, Mario Vargas Llosa , in his campaign to be elected president of his country, and follows a theatre group,
Yuyachkani, attempting to bridge the gap between the cultures.
Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL Producer MICHAEL MACINTYRE
with Jeremy Paxman.
The live topical programme of the arts and media. Producer JOHN BUSH
Ian Botham talks to Barry Norman.