Getting Started with Your Computer
Presented by Peter Mayne.
0 Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
9.25 am Lernexpress
Hamburg teenagers talk about their spare time activities. Photography GODFREY JOHNSON Producer SUSAN PATON (R)
9.40 am Let's See
Out of the Sea BBC Scotland (R)
10.00 am Thinkabout
Getting the Message
10.15am Look and Read
5: Race Day (R)
10.40 am The Brunei Experience
A Hefty Problem (R)
11.00 am Watch
Peter and the Wolf (R)
11.15 am Who-Me?
11.35 am Science Challenge
5: Piping Cold by Richard Sheridan.
It is winter on the island - and everything is frozen. How will the islanders survive when their fire is put out?
Children: Luke Goodrich
Rocky Samrai, Taylor Scipio Rebecca Shiell , Elaine Tan and Nadia Williams.
Producers CLAIRE ELSTOW and david SCOTT COWAN
Director MORTON SURGUY (R)
11.55 am Tutorial Topics
Money (R) followed by Nidal of Beirut (R)
The Call of the Sea
3: Setting Sail
Despite his upbringing in poverty, Robert Thomas became one of the most successful master mariners of his time. (R)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
(Shoum on Sunday at 12.05pm BBC1)
Stratfield Saye , Berkshire Arthur Negus and Hugh Scully visit the house given by the nation to the first Duke of Wellington. Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol (R)
Commentary: Roger Wilkes. Executive producer ALAN DOBSON BBC North West
Including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Presenter: Vivian White.
Commentator: Brian Curtois. Director TERRY PATRICK Editor JOHN ANDERSON
Cape Town to the Victoria
Falls - still the most romantic railway journey in Africa. With Michael Wood. Producer BRIAN JAMES (R)
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Britain's prisons are overcrowded and insanitary. What are the rights of the 50,000 people currently locked up in them?
Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden. Editor CHRIS LENT
With Geoff Hamilton
Pippa Greenwood and Nigel Colborn.
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Also starring Wendell Corey. Thelma Jordan is attractive, worldly, and mysterious. Her passionate affair with Assistant DA Cleve Marshall is destined to lead to trouble.
Screenplay by KETTI FRINGS Directed by ROBERT SIODMAK
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Judge Calvin Blackwell:
District Attorney Pierce:
Starring Phil Silvers as Sergeant Ernie Bilko.
Bilko has to engage in an emergency WAC recruitment campaign when the women have themselves transferred away from Fort Baxter.
Sergeant Ernie Bilko:
The series where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control.
Break the Wall
People don't realise that anybody can collapse tomorrow and end up in here. They just think - shut him away, he's bonkers.
Albert Sutton , a patient at Tooting Bec Psychiatric Hospital, presents this film which was scripted, shot and edited on location at the hospital with the patients. With long-term mental institutions closing all over the country the patients feel that their views are rarely heard. For the first time you will hear from them alone. Producer RAY HOUGH Editor TONY LARYEA
The programme that takes a hard look at the food we eat and those who supply it: Cold comfort - are the standards of domestic fridges high enough?
Passage to India - a delicious and delicately spiced recipe for Chicken Simla.
Perfect pop - a tasting of sparkling wines reveals amazing bargains.
Hard labour - the first of two visits to the kitchen of Durham Prison by food writer Josceline Dimbleby.
Presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden. Studio director LINDA NASH
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE A Bazal production for BBCtv
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Starring Scott Bakula and Dean StockweU
15 June 1972: America is in Vietnam, Nixon's in the White House and Sam Beckett is in the body of an English professor struggling with an over-amorous student and the prospect of a shotgun wedding. It's a destiny of which Al - for whom only the course of true lust runs smooth - is most disapproving...
Written by DEBORAH PRATT Directed by MARKSOBEL
A series of five programmes about British teenagers from the 1950s to today.
1: 'That's What I Want...'
The post-war consumer boom found young people more than eager to go for what they wanted and with an open job market - 'we had no worries, no worries at all ...' The advertisers labelled these new consumers 'teenagers'. This first programme presents memories of hope and carefree times in a world apparently made for the young, plus memories of achievement, pressure and 'closing doors'. Have teenagers ever got what they wanted or has it just been sold to them?
Series producers SHARON GOULDS and MARILYN WHEATCROFT
Presented by Peter Snow.
The arts and media magazine. Producer JANEY WALKER
Coventry: What's Another Year, Really?
Teenagers Jasbinder Singh and Simran Deol , are about to sit their A-levels; both hope to go on to higher education. Producer NICK BRENTON (R)