Earthquakes: Seismology at Work
Presented by Brian Curtois.
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2: Science (Secondary)
A case study of travelling people and a settled community, and the needs and rights of both.
Producer LAURIE STANLEY BBC Scotland (R)
Geordie Racer. 7: Lost Bird.
Maps and Mapping 2: Using Maps.
The children compose raps which express the feelings of Hanna's brother Lee in the story Lost and Found. With the children from
Salusbury Junior School and Belmont Junior School.
(Shoum on Tuesday at 9 40am)
Queen Sacrifice by Julian Richards.
Davey Trevellyan is a young, talented chess player.
Accompanied by his history teacher, he sets off from his Welsh mining town for
Bournemouth to compete in the British Championships, but problems arise when Davey meets Helen.
Editor MARK TALBOT-BUTLER Director JULIAN RICHARDS
Series producer ROGER TONGE
What Big Teeth You Have, Grammar!
It isn't about being polite. It isn't about not making mistakes when you talk or write. It isn't about becoming a better speaker or writer. So what is it about?
Researcher PAMELA WOOD Producer PAUL ASHTON
Snow Place Like Home
Narrated by Christian Rodska. (R)
If You Were Me.... On Approval.
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
Off licence owner:
Introduced by David Icke. World Figure-Skating Championships
From Halifax, Nova Scotia. Men's Free Programme
The final and deciding section of the Men's Championship. Title holder Kurt Browning might need to land a quadruple jump to hold off the challenge of European champion, Viktor Petrenko. Commentators: Alan Weeks and Christopher Dean. Football
FA Cup Sixth Round
Trevor Brooking tips the four he fancies to emerge from this weekend's last eight. Rallying
Cartel International Rally
The first major rally in Britain this year, held over the forests of the North Yorkshire moors. Steve Rider reports. Television presentation: Skating CBC Canada Rallying BHP
Studio director MARK WILKIN Produced by PHILIP BERNIE
3.00pm News and Weather
With Anne Robinson.
Anne Gregg takes a special look at the Costa del Sol and the Costa de la Luz. (First shoum on BBC1.
Postponed from 14 February)
Clean State goes to Czechoslovakia to meet the students who helped topple the Communist leadership. Now they want to change the country's education system.
John Prince is head teacher of a multi-cultural school in Hackney, London. He believes that teachers who moralise about racism can do more harm than good. How should schools combat racial harassment?
Starring Kenneth Connor Kenneth Williams and Hattie Jacques.
When a Ministry of Education inspector and a noted child psychiatrist visit Maudlin Street Secondary Modern, the pupils embark on a programme of sabotage which will ensure their acting headmaster never leaves.
Directed by GERALD THOMAS
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Exploring local history. Milligan on Mud
Spike Milligan , author and comedian, has always had a secret passion for archaeology. He's been on digs all round the world.
Tonight he explores his own neighbourhood of East
Sussex. With new friends and old, he visits a Roman villa near Glynde, Winchelsea's medieval wine cellars and the wreck of an East Indiaman off
Hastings. But can he save the knapped flints in his own backyard?
Series producer DENIS MORIARTY Producer EMMA DE'ATH
BBC South and East - Elstree
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Making Fathers Pay Four out of five single mothers claiming state benefit receive no financial support from the absent father.
Taxpayers spend El.5 billion every year to make up for fathers who won't pay.
The Government is now drawing up plans to force more fathers to pay up.
Public Eye looks at what the new policy might be and the problems that could follow, with a special report from American states that have already got tough.
Presented by Peter Taylor with Clare Harrison. Producer GEOFF GRIFFITHS Editor NIGEL CHAPMAN
A busy week for Anne Swithinbank. After troubleshooting for a householder whose rubber plant thinks it ought to be a tree, she takes another dip into the world of conservatories and visits green stringer, Sheila Gibbs who's turning her conservatory into an exotic living room. If you want to know how to feed your plants, watch out for the report on fertilisers and Geoff Hamilton has all the latest news from Barnsdale.
With Pippa Greenwood.
Series producer MARK KERSHAW Editor DENNIS ADAMS BBC Pebble Mill
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By and with Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie. The first of a new experimental series in which Stephen Fry will be played by Hugh Laurie and Hugh Laurie will be played by Stephen Fry. The part of A Bit will be played by And and the part of Of will be played by Paddy Ashdown. The BBC takes no responsibility for articles of clothing removed on the premises.
Production ROGER ORDISH and NICK SYMONS
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Fred Zinnemann ... a Director's Life
Fred Zinnemann , best known for the classic western High Noon, has had a career in movies spanning 65 years. In an exclusive interview with Arena, Zinnemann talks about his life from his early training in Paris, via Berlin, to his arrival in Hollywood in 1929. One of the great Hollywood mavericks, working both in and out of the studio system, he generated a body of work impressive in range and quality, as well as bringing to the screen for the first time such names as Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift , Grace Kelly , Meryl
Streep and John Hurt.
With films like From Here to
Eternity, Oklahoma!, A Man for All Seasons, Day of the Jackal and Julia, Zinnemann became known as the director's director and talks disarmingly about his failures as well as his successes. Producer ALAN LEWENS
Series editors ANTHONY WALL and NIGEL FINCH
A Zenith production for BBCtv (Fred Zinnemann 's 'High Noon' at 11.20pm)
Donald MacCormick and a team of BBC reporters with the day's top stories.
Reporters: David Coss Olenka Frenkiel
Peter Kellner , Wesley Kerr Peter Marshall
Rupert Segar , David Sells Sarah Spiller
Janet Trewin and Charles Wheeler.
Deputy editors KEITH BOWERS and EAMONN MATTHEWS Editor TIM GARDAM
Starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly.
On the day of his retirement. town marshal Kane of Hadleyville is marrying a Quaker girl, Amy. The celebrations are interrupted by the news that Kane's arch enemy, Miller, is arriving on the noon train and is seeking revenge.
This masterly western won Gary Cooper an Oscar.
Screenplay by Carl Foreman Produced by Stanley Kramer
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