6.45 Physics: Energy to Go Round
7.10 Managing Schools: A Department
Presented by Brian Curtois.
Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Schools now need to provide a daily collective act of worship for all pupils.
Terence Copley of Exeter
University explores some of the issues with the help of secondary and junior schools. (R)
In the 19th century there were more workshops than factories. By looking at directories, censuses and buildings, a Birmingham school has built up a detailed picture of working conditions in the Jewellery Quarter. (R)
Young people from
Nordfriesland talk about their lives.
For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
Some sticky situations: what holds things together, what drives them apart? SOS tests the limits of 'stiction' by climbing a rockface and skidding a car.
With Carmen Price, Elin Rhys and Paul Viragh. Director Andrew Chater Producer Neil Ryder
The second of two episodes. Simon Ross is the only witness to a computer shop robbery, but there's one vital clue he can't remember ...
Written by Colin Macdonald , based on the novel by Theresa Breslin
Producer/Director Kate Kinninmont BBC Scotland
Det Insp Harrison:
Mrs Wobble the Waitress. (Shoum on Monday at 2.00pm)
A look at school stories past and present, featuring
Tom Brown 's Schooldays, Grange Hill and Gene Kemp 's
Gowie Corby Plays Chicken. (R)
Maths (Secondary) What is involved in assessment? What are the criteria? How best to organise it? (R)
Experiments with plastics and rubbers.
'Unsocial' hours can come as quite a shock after leaving school. Youngsters in three different industries show how they are coping with the advantages and disadvantages.
Presented by Chris Serle.
9: Reading between the lines.
Film editor Paul Willey Producer John Brooke
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It's so cold that Bertha's beach balls look like snowballs. (R)
Weather followed by Storytime
Today's story is
Bertie and the Bear.
The bear chasing Bertie is chased in turn by the Queen, the King, the admiral, the captain and the sergeant, with a little dog bringing up the rear.
Presenter: Aidan Cook.
With children from Easton
Animation Gil Potter
Producer Moyra Gambleton
A Ragdoll production for BBCtv
John Craven reports on the new 'green' grocers.
(Shown Sunday 12.30pm on BBC1)
Canada v Scotland in the British Car Rental
Eight countries are competing for prize money of £150,000. The first two teams to meet this year are Canada and Scotland.
Cliff Thorburn (captain) Rob Chaperon
Alain Robidoux. Scotland :
Stephen Hendry (captain) Murdo Macleod , John Rea. David Icke introduces this best-of-nine-frames match from Bournemouth. Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
3.00pm News and Weather
The day after John Major 's first Budget, the Commons debate continues. Labour's
Shadow Chancellor, John Smith , makes the opening speech for the Opposition; Norman Lamont , the Chief Secretary to the Treasury - Mr Major 's number two - replies for the Government. Presenter: Vivian White.
Commentator: Brian Curtois. Producer James Leaton Gray
Singer Astrid Menezes looks at the media.
With sign language interpretation and subtitles. Presented by Isobel Ward Simon Barnes and Chris Davies.
Producer Christopher Hutchins
Presented live by Anne Gregg and Eamonn Holmes.
(Shown yesterday 7.00pm on BBC1)
David Vincent investigates evidence that aliens are making insects carnivorous. (R)
Advertising If only everything in life was as reliable as a Rough Guide - the programme which reveals parts in careers you thought you couldn't reach. With Caroline Hanson and Sheryl Simms. Director Gary Hunter
Series producer Paul Campbell
A Diverse production for BBCtv (R)
Antoine de Caunes introduces
Jazz in London, dance in Amsterdam, the Four of Us and Camper
Van Beethoven , while New Kids on the Block and the Who talk about their generations. Titles Jean Baptiste Mondino
Executive producers Alex Berger and Tim Newman
An NB de C production
Hungary: the End of Silence The Communist party of Hungary has been forced to surrender its monopoly on truth but it still controls access to the official archives. Any truths about the past 40 years must, therefore, come from the people themselves: witnesses, participants and victims, whose accounts are being gathered by historians, sociologists and film-makers. The history they recall has already had its effect on the pace of reform. Writer/Producer Antonia Benedek Series editor Roy Davies
The padre unwittingly hurts the feelings of a young nurse.
A film in three parts.
Screenplay by David Pirie based on the novel by John Mair.
Starring Nathaniel Parker James Fox l:In 1939, would-be novelist Desmond Thane is as bored by the easy sexual conquests of wartime as he is by his dead-end magazine job. Then he becomes infatuated with a woman who breaks all the rules and his life begins a spiral into nightmare.
Music Stanley Myers
Film editor Frances Parker
Photography John McGlashan Designer Oliver Bayldon Producer Joe Waters Director Ben Bolt
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A strongly-held personal view of a current debate. Producer Dev Varma
Series producer Charles Miller
With Jeremy Paxman.
Producer Janice Hadlow
12.05 Making Readers for Life
Parents helping teach their children to read.
Producer Meg Sheffield (R)
12.30 Going Through a Phase
Intricacies of phase diagrams. Producer Pam Taylor (R)