Measuring the Earth and the Moon.
Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.
Presented by Brian Curtois.
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Search Out Science.
The Built Environment
With Muriel Gray. (R)
5: Race Day.
Behind the Screen
The story of the people involved in making a television studio programme. Presenter: Tiger Tim Stevens.
Using the Voice.
Voices are used as natural musical instruments.
With children from Roxeth Manor Middle School and Belmont Junior School.
15: Landing at Planet Theta proves far from routine. (R)
Vandalism costs Britain
91,800 million every year. Why do people vandalise things? What are their motives or gains? Why is vandalism such a problem in Britain? Series producer ROGER TONGE Producer CAS LESTER
Sticks and Stones
People old and young talk about offensive language, sarcasm and euphemisms. Researcher PAMELA WOOD Producer PAUL ASHTON (R)
Narrated by Peter Hawkins. Produced by MAURICE POOLEY (R)
If You Were Me.... See No Evil.
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
Introduced by David Icke. World Cup Hockey Spain v England
England's men will be expected to win in Lahore.
Commentator: Barry Davies. Football
FA Cup Fifth Round.
Trevor Brooking previews the weekend ties. Rugby Union
Five Nations Championship. England prepare to meet
Wales at Twickenham. It's Scotland against France at Murrayfield.
Studio director MARK WILKIN Producer PHILIP BERNIE
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Mobil 1 Rally Challenge Round 5
Introduced by Steve Rider. Stig Blomquist leads the challenge into its final round.
With Kathy Lette and friends. Producer JANE BERTHOUD
The education magazine.
Women make up 80 per cent of teachers in primary and nursery schools but very few become headteachers. Plus, how can parents encourage children to read?
King Street Junior: teacher shortage hits the school but Mr Holliday (Tom Watson ) is still at his post.
With Jackie Spreckley and Jill Cochrane.
Producer JEREMY ORLEBAR
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS
Starring Kenneth Connor Kenneth Williams and Hattie Jacques.
Life in the men's surgical ward of the Haven Hospital is far from a rest cure. Produced by PETER ROGERS
Directed by GERALD THOMAS
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Sir Clive Sinclair has based his career on bringing new technology to the high street: pocket calculators, digital watches, the miniature television and the home computer. In the third programme in this series,
Sir Clive speaks to
Michael Delahaye about his hopes and fears for the future.
Executive producer PETER LOWE Producer JANET WILLIAMS
BBC South and East - Elstree
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The Nuclear Obsession -
Time for an Energy Alternative?
Increasingly, countries throughout the world are making practical use of wind and solar power, tidal energy, and new ways of burning fossil fuels. They're saving a fortune. But Britain has fallen far behind - jolted out of its complacency only by the Government's plans to privatise electricity, and by what has been revealed about the true costs of nuclear power.
Public Eye looks at the legacy of our nuclear obsession - is it too late for a clean start?
Presented by Peter Taylor with Mike Embley. Producer PHIL CRAIG
Editor NIGEL CHAPMAN
There's a new look to
Gardeners' World for the new decade. This has been designated 'Gardening for
Beginners Year', so there are regular reports aimed at those first-time gardeners.
'Barnsdale Diary' provides topical tips and information and, with the help of the people of Llandderfel,
Gwynedd, the programme looks at how to revive flagging Christmas houseplants. And there's a chance to meet the 'green stringers', the programme's amateur correspondents.
With Geoff Hamilton ,
Anne Swithinbank , Pippa Greenwood and Nigel Colbom.
Series producer MARK KERSHAW Editor DENNIS ADAMS
Plant list on Ceefax page 261
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By Paul Smith and Terry Kyan. Last in the series starring Mei Smith and Louisa Rix
Out to Lunch
Colin faces a difficult decision. Will it be Le Homard au champagne or Les Huîtres muscovites?
Production JAMIE RIX and JOHN KILBY
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The Other Graham Greene
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(Graham Greene ,
The HumctTt Factor)
For 25 years the author Graham Greene found himself the victim of a bizarre masquerade. A man calling himself Graham Greene opened hotels in Jamaica, courted high society in the South of France and was entertained in India by tea planters convinced that he was the real author. The other
Graham Greene has left few traces behind. But is 'the other'perhaps a decoy, invented by the secretive Greene to confuse and deceive his chosen biographer Norman Sherry ? Greene joins Arena on the trait of his Doppeigcmger.
Executive producer ANTHONY WALL Director N[GEL FINCH fR)
With Donald MacCormick.
Reporters: David Coss , Olenka Frenkie ).
Peter Kellner , Wesley Kerr , Peter Marshall ,
Julian O'HaUoran , Rupert Segar , David Sells , Sarah Spiller ,
Francine Stock , Janet Trewin and Charles Wheeler.
Deputy editors KEITH BOWEHS and EAMONN MATTHEWS Editor TIM GARDAM
Starring Ffantde Howerd The Prologue - Pompeii, AD79: Lurcio, slave to
Senator Ludicrus Sextus , finds himself in all sorts of trouble when he unwittingly intercepts a scroll on its way to Pompeii's proconsul Prosperus. Screenplay by SID COUN
Directed by BOB KELLETT
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