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: Westminster

Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament presented by Peter Mayne.

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Mayne.

: Daytime on Two Sports-Science

Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Faster, Faster!
Investigates speed - who's got it and why.
Commentary: Sally Jones Producer JUDITH MILES

Contributors

Unknown: Sally Jones
Producer: Judith Miles

: Lernexpress

3: Mein zuhause
(R)

: You and Me

For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)

: Search Out Science

Structures.
Balancing Acts.
How do you make a skyscraper stand up? Or stop a crane from falling over? With Carmen Pryce , Elin Rhys and Paul Viragh. Director AVRIL PRICE Producer NEIL RYDER

Contributors

Unknown: Carmen Pryce
Unknown: Elin Rhys
Unknown: Paul Viragh.

: Around Scotland

Edwardian Scotland
(Details Friday at 10.25am) (R)

: Words and Pictures

Rapunzel

: English Time

Storytelling The Way It Is
A look at stories which try to depict real life. (R)

: Inset

Managing Schools
The Management of Learning.
Teachers and pupils from
Newcastle and Peterborough talk about the management of learning - in the classroom, the department and the curriculum. (R)

: Science in Action

Bumper to Bumper
(Shoum on Monday at 1.00pm)

: Lifeschool

You and Your Health
Listen to Me
(R)

: Step Up to Wordpower

A series of programmes with Chris Serle to help you read, write and communicate more effectively.
3: Dear Sir or Madam
Producers ELIZABETH CRETCH and JOHN BROOKE (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Serle
Producers: Elizabeth Cretch
Producers: John Brooke

: Bertha

Tom Gets Lost (R)

: Zig Zag

The Odyssey
(Shoum on Monday at II 1.00am)
2.00pm News
Weather followed by Storytime
Dogs!

: Country File

In the depths of winter sporting fishermen resort to spinning yarns about their exploits. Every bit as important as the fish they caught are the people met and the places visited.
During last season
Dan Cherrington fished on waters as far apart as the western United States, Ireland and France as well as on England's most famous and expensive trout stream. Sometimes Country File cameras were there to discover that not every fishing story is an exaggeration and that despite worries about pollution and poaching, there is still some wonderful sport to be found.
Producer MICHAEL MURPHY Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Cherrington
Producer: Michael Murphy
Editor: Michael Fitzgerald

: Arthur Negus Enjoys

The Collections of John Arlott
Producer ROBIN BLAKE BBC Bristol (R)

Contributors

Unknown: John Arlott
Producer: Robin Blake

: News

Weather followed by Wild World
The Royal Forest
Narrated by Tony Britton.
Written and produced by JOHN KING BBC Bristol (R)
(Postponed from 17 January)

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Britton.
Produced By: John King

: Catchword

Hosted by Paul Coia.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia.

: Behind the Headlines

With Beverly Anderson.
Producers HELEN GLANVILLE and BRIDGET SNEYD

Contributors

Producers: Helen Glanville
Producers: Bridget Sneyd

: Holiday 90

0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

: DEF II The Invisible Man

Starring David McCatlum as Dr Daniel Westin in Attempt to Save Face. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: David McCatlum
Unknown: Dr Daniel Westin

: Reportage

With Magenta De Vine,
Sankha Guha ,
Michael Douglas , John Holdsworth , Laura Walsh ,
Brenda Emmanus , Tyler Brule and the team. An electric mix of news, issues, sport, fashion and music broadcast live from the office in Manchester.
There's a phone poll for you to vote on a subject that affects your life and a Reaction Line so you can call in with views on issues featured in the show.
Studio director TONY HARRISON Editor RACHEL PURNELL
('Reportage Update' next Sunday)

Contributors

Unknown: Sankha Guha
Unknown: Michael Douglas
Unknown: John Holdsworth
Unknown: Laura Walsh
Unknown: Brenda Emmanus
Unknown: Tyler Brule
Director: Tony Harrison
Editor: Rachel Purnell

: Rapido

This week Rapido meets the newly re-formed Jefferson Airplane in San Francisco, and tracks down Shakespear's Sister in London. Plus
Matt Dillon , French punk veteran Little Bob , and the controversial South African star Johnny Clegg. Presented by Antoine de Caunes.
Titles JEAN BAPTISTE MONDINO
Executive producers ALEX BERGER and TIM NEWMAN
An N B de C production

Contributors

Unknown: Matt Dillon
Unknown: Little Bob
Unknown: Johnny Clegg.
Presented By: Antoine de Caunes.
Unknown: Jean Baptiste
Producers: Alex Berger
Producers: Tim Newman

: Antenna

DNA in the Dock
On 5 February 1987, Vilma Ponce was found stabbed to death in a run-down apartment in the Bronx. A spot of dried blood on a watch provided a DNA 'fingerprint' of the suspect. But instead of an easy conviction, genetic fingerprinting itself was put on trial. Legal expert Robin White , from Dundee
University, examines the doubts now surrounding this previously unchallenged tool of forensic science.
Islam and the Temple of Um Western science and civilisation have been based on the pursuit of knowledge for its own sake. For Islam this is unacceptable: scientists must put ethics first and knowledge second.
Historian Zia Sardar argues that the 'violent' science of the west should learn from the teachings of the Koran. Producer TERESA HUNT Editor JANA BENNETT

Contributors

Unknown: Vilma Ponce
Unknown: Robin White
Unknown: Zia Sardar
Producer: Teresa Hunt
Editor: Jana Bennett

: M*A*S*H

The Yalu Brick Road
An accident leaves Hawkeye and BJ stranded with their precious consignment of medicine. Their saviour arrives - wearing enemy uniform.
Written by MIKE FARRELL
Directed by CHARLES S. DUBIN (R)

Contributors

Written By: Mike Farrell
Directed By: Charles S. Dubin
Hawkeye: Alan Alda
BJ: Mike Farrell
Colonel Potter: Harry Morgan
Hot Lips: Loretta Swit
Charles: David Ogden Stiers
Klinger: Jamie Farr
Fr Mulcahy: William Christopher

: A Wake for Sam

A celebration of the work of Samuel Beckett.
Krapp's Last Tape with Patrick Magee and Eh Joe with Jack MacGowran.
Both these actors were, until their deaths, the outstanding performers of Samuel Beckett 's plays and his own favourites. He had heard
Magee's 'cracked voice' on radio and wrote the part of Krapp especially for him. And Jack MacGowran 's extraordinary battered face became the perfect emblem for Beckett's solitary figure in a bleak and relentless world. Eh Joe, the first play Beckett wrote specifically for television, was made in 1966 and Krapp's Last Tape, written in 1958 was performed for television in 1972. Directors DONALD MCWHINNIE and ALAN GIBSON
('Eh Joe' is in black and white)

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel Beckett.
Unknown: Patrick Magee
Unknown: Jack MacGowran.
Unknown: Samuel Beckett
Unknown: Jack MacGowran
Directors: Donald McWhinnie
Directors: Alan Gibson

: Building Sights

David Mellor Cutlery Factory Writer Gillian Darley examines the new award-winning David Mellor Cutlery Factory in the Peak District of Derbyshire, designed by architect Michael Hopkins.
Producer CLARE PATERSON Director TERRY BRAUN (R)

Contributors

Unknown: David Mellor
Unknown: Gillian Darley
Unknown: David Mellor
Unknown: Michael Hopkins.
Producer: Clare Paterson
Director: Terry Braun

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow.

: The Late Show

The live daily programme of the arts and media. Producer JOHN BUSH

Contributors

Producer: John Bush

: Weatherview









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