Presented by Peter Mayne.
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Local Studies: A Street.
Tunnelling occupied the minds of three generations of the Brunel family. What have the present Eurotunnellers learnt from the Brunels?
All About Food
Phoenix, Arizona, spreads ever outwards into the desert as industry cashes in on the 'pro-business climate'. (R)
Look It Up followed by Memory Bank
I'd Rather Be at Home.
How does it feel to leave your home and everything you know? And what kind of welcome do refugees receive across the globe?
Presented by Rob Curling. Producer DIANE MILLWARD
2: Science (Secondary) Ideas about secondary science, including GCSE and balanced science. (R)
Weather followed by Watch
40 Years Ago: At School.
The children of Harwood Hill Primary School imagine they are back in 1952. Producer DIANE MILLWARD Series producer JUUA DRUM
(Shoum on Sunday at 5.30pm on BBC2)
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Live coverage of today's business in Parliament including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Presented by Vivian White.
Commentator: Brian Curtois.
An exciting new challenge for lovers of words. Anne Robinson conjures up diamonds of letters, and two pairs of contestants - friends, fathers and daughters, mothers and sons - try to win a television, a music centre, and even a holiday in one of the diamond capitals of the world - Amsterdam.
Emma Freud invites her guests to plunder BBC television and film archives and talks to them about their choice of clips.
Today's guest: Gerald Scarfe.
June Whitfield takes a 'rabbit' for a walk to clear her head, finds out about the Scottish
'Walkaboutabit' campaign and discovers from
Dr Nanette Mutrie , Deputy Director of Sports Science at Glasgow University, about the 'feel better' effect.
This week's Golden Rule: use your major muscle groups. With Dr Stuart Biddle.
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Margaret Rutherford and Stanley Holloway. London's last bomb has uncovered a vast treasure and a decree that Pimlico should be part of France. Ration books are torn up and licencing laws abandoned. But life is not all beer and boules in downtown Burgundy.
Directed by HENRY CORNELIUS
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Duke of Burgundy:
Between now and 1993 the number of teenagers coming in to the job market will drop by almost a third. Youth unemployment could become a thing of the past.
Geoff Small reports from
Bristol, where the shortage of teenagers is already threatening some businesses with bankruptcy.
John Withington asks if it's a case of Bristol today, the rest of us tomorrow.
Susan Rae visits St Paul 's to find if the dearth of young people presents a new opportunity for
Bristol's ethnic minorities. Produced and directed by GARY JOHNSTONE
Series producer ANDREW FORRESTER
By Anthony Jay and Jonathan Lynn. The Official Visit
Starring Paul Eddington and Nigel Hawthorne.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST Design TIM GLEESON
Produced by SYDNEY LOTTERBY (R)
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James Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Sir Frederick Stewart:
Tonight, a look at the down side of the fast-food business, plus how pollution should be controlled, with reports from the North Sea and Romania.
With Michael Buerk and reporters Grant Mansfield and Triona Holden.
Series producer GERALDINE MCCLELLAND Editor JEREMY BUGLER BBC Bristol
Last show in the series.
At the point of death in a motor accident, businessman Victor relives a ten-year affair with a beautiful bride.
Written by PETER RICHARDSON and PETE RICHENS
Directed by PETER RICHARDSON
Executive producer MICHAEL WHITE
A Comic Strip presentation for BBCtv
Leader on TV:
'Les Dogs' singer:
In New Jersey, USA, a team of cops and scientists is
'busting' polluters. For the first time a film crew has been given total access to their operations. 40 Minutes follows the trail - the surveillance. the 'sting', the raid. Whether it's one small operator dumping chemicals on the street or the president of a multi-million-dollar company caught polluting a river - both are likely to face serious criminal charges. In New
Jersey, they believe only tough action will deter dumpers. Is there a lesson for us in Britain? Producer JOHN EDGINTON Editor CAROLINE PICK
Olmoor Productions for BBCtv
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The Snapshot Camera In 1888 George Eastman boasted 'you just press the button and we do the rest'. Since then snapshots have stayed the same. Writer CHRIS FALLON
Series producer KIM FLITCROFT Producer ANDY DAVIES-COWARD BBC Bristol
With Donald MacCormick.
Images of Health
How advertisements for drugs have changed.
Producer VICTOR LOCKWOOD