9.50am Quinze minutes
Jours de fete
For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R) (e)
Picking up the Vibes with Carmen Pryce
Elin Rhys and Paul Viragh.
Producer LAMBROS ATTESHLIS (R) (e)
The Postage Stamp. Presented by John Carmichael and Garry Stewart.
How the idea of a cheap and effective way of paying for the postal service with a printed adhesive slip came about and spread worldwide. Producer MARIANNE BAIRD (R) (e)
Losers Weepers: 3 by Jan Needle. (R) (e)
Teachers into Business and Industry
2: Management Outcomes. How valuable do teachers find a placement in business or industry? The second of two programmes looks at what insights senior staff can gain into the running of their own schools from observing industrial management at work. Producer ROGER FRY (e)
YTS. The Skills Gap.
The 1990s will present a great economic challenge for
Britain. At a time when we are experiencing a growth in jobs, employers say they can't find enough qualified. skilled young people to fill the vacancies. Where are the opportunities in our boom industries? What skills will school leavers need?
Series producer ANDY WALKER Producer SONIA PALMER (e)
Person to Person - the Craft of Interviewing 1: At the Core written and presented by Jack Gratus.
Film editor PETER HARRIS
Producer TONY ROBERTS (R) (e)
The Patched Coat
Producer GREG CHILDS (R)
Weather followed by Storytime
Bad Boris and the New Kitten In today's story, Boris the elephant is jealous of the new kitten. In the puppet play, Sam the seal is envious of Baby Pebbles, and both emotions are featured in a specially written story by two children, Harold the Mouse and the Magical Mole.
With children from Gig Mill
School and St Marks CE School. Presenter: Diane Kenwood. Animation HONEYCOMB ANIMATION 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.
Share the pleasure of working with wood and join
Richard Blizzard as he makes a pine base unit for the kitchen or dining room. Producer ANDREW MEIKLE
Weather followed by The Art of Travel
Michael Palin regrets the disappearance of the golden age of the railway poster. Director JOHN METHERALL
A profile of Belfast as experienced by four artists. Producer DEREK BAILEY (R)
Anagram: Lemon tar. Clue: Canadian city.
Answer - see today's programme!
Contestants pit their wits against Bryan the computer and his sets of letters, while host Paul Coia tries to ensure fair play.
Director JUSTIN C. ADAMS Producer LESLIE MITCHELL BBC Scotland
Dr Wendy Savage talks to Shyama Perera.
Series producer JENNY COWAN BBC Pebble Mill
Just because the nights have drawn in and trees have shed their leaves, it doesn't mean the jobs in the garden decrease. Indeed, the bare branches signify that it is the ideal time to plant.
In the last programme of the year, the team are joined by plantsman Adrian Bloom. With Geoff Hamilton and Anne Swithinbank. Producer MARK KERSHAW eGARDENING: page 113
In the first of a six-part series, Martyn Lewis and Lynne Perrie set out to challenge negative attitudes surrounding cancer. Director RICHARD TRAYLER SMITH Producer SARAH BREWSTER
A Prospect Pictures production for BBCtv
0 HEALTH: page 107
David McCallum as Dr Daniel Westin.
The Fine Art of Diplomacy
Priceless paintings have been stolen from the Capitol building.
Kate Westin. ........ MELINDA FEE
Walter Carson. ..... CRAIG STEVENS Written by JAMES PARRIOT
Directed by SIG NEWFELD (R)
Vine, Sankha Guha ,
Michael Douglas ,
John Holdsworth , Laura Walsh , Brenda Emmanus , Tyler
Brulé and the team bring you Reportage, an eclectic mix of news, issues, sport, fashion and music, broadcast live. Studio director JOHN ROONEY Editor RACHEL PURNELL (Update next Sunday)
The Camera at War
War photographers can go on taking pictures in the most extreme conditions.
Don McCullin was injured in Vietnam - on the way to hospital he kept snapping
'because there was some light left'. This week McCullin and Second World War photographer George Rodger reflect on the role of the war photographer, while Larry Burrows , the Life photographer killed on a mission in 1971, is seen at work in Vietnam.
Three Stories from a New Namibia by David Lan.
After 20 years of war against occupying South African forces, the first free elections are being held in Namibia, Africa's last colony. The results are expected today. This film reconstructs the experience of three
Namibians at a crucial moment in their country's history. Welcome
In the north, an ex-guerrilla searches for his family after 11 years in exile. Home
In Windhoek, the capital, a 'garden boy' struggles to build a house for his returning relatives. Comrades
In the south, a politician puts together a team for her party in the elections.
Namibia's independence is, perhaps, a foretaste of the future of South Africa itself. Film editor DAVE MONK Director ADAM LOW
A Night at Rosie's
Hawkeye, BJ and their medical cohorts find a new way to escape the depressive atmosphere of the war at Rosie's bar.
Written by KEVIN LEVINE and DAVID ISAACS
Directed by BURT METCALFE (R)
by John Mortimer. A film in four parts starring and 3: A Battlefield
The day of the Palio - a spectacular horse race run in the main square of Siena. Beneath the pageantry lie centuries of intrigue and enmity, villainy and greed.
The same dark forces seem to underlie Molly's quest for the mysterious Buck Kettering. Meanwhile, Haverford reluctantly pursues his own quarry - the forgetful Nancy Leadbetter.
Music by NIGEL HESS
Title theme sung by CHAMELEON Sound recordist JOHN PRITCHARD Film editor TARIQ ANWAR
Production designer TIM HARVEY Photography REMI ADEFARASIN Produced by COLIN ROGERS Directed by MARTYN FRIEND
Royal College of Physicians Architect Edward Cullinan thinks the best post-war building in London is the Royal College of Physicians in Regent's Park.
Designed by Sir Denys Lasdun in 1960 it is, he says, 'a very, very good building from a much-derided period'. Producer CLARE PATERSON Director RUSSELL ENGLAND BBCElstree
Peter Snow with the day's top stories and the background on events making the news at home and abroad. Reporters:
Olenka Frenkiel Wesley Kerr Chris Lowe
Julian O'Halloran Rupert Segar David Sells
Francine Stock Janet Trewin and Charles Wheeler. Deputy editors
KEITH BOWERS. EAMONN MATTHEWS Editor JOHN MORRISON
The live topical programme of the arts and media. Producer JOHN BUSH
Obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Wendy Savage hit the headlines when she was suspended for alleged incompetence over her treatment of women in childbirth. She talks about her controversial ideas with Shyama Perera.