Public Place and Private
Presented by Brian Curtois.
Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
2: Common spelling problems.
Producers talk about their aims in making different types of documentary film. (R)
How do managers in an NHS health authority and in a large private hospital approach health care? Producer Edward Hayward
Science for 5- to 7-year olds.
An introduction to the world of beliefs. (R)
Farmers are feeling the pinch as changes in US farm financing take their toll. (R)
Living with animals. Today: dogs. Presenters:
Louise Hall-Taylor and Tony Neilson.
Story by Kathleen Arnott. Poem by John Kitching. Producer Sheila Fraser
Series producer Julia Drum
Eleven-year-old Ross moves from Edinburgh to Milton Keynes. (R)
How the representation of black people in the media reinforces racist ideas.
Presenter: Terry Baddoo. (R)
The city of Charleroi in Belgium is struggling to rebuild its economy. (R)
The work of the interior designer. (R)
Various ways in which people spend their money.
Stress costs British industry an estimated four billion pounds a year.
Spot goes to the circus. Told by Paul Nicholas. Cartoon by Eric Hill
Animation Leo Beltoft
Producer Clive Juster (R)
With Floella Benjamin. Illustrations Lisa Kopper
Musical director Richard Brown Producer Sheila Fraser Executive producer Cynthia Felgate (R)
Exactly what factors cause a queue to form? (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
Paper, leather, parchment, wood and metal are the bookbinder's materials. (R)
John Thirlwell 's view of the Greek island of Kos.
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Presenter: Vivian White.
Commentator Brian Curtois.
Regional News and Weather
Paul Michael Glaser
When Hutch is wounded on a burglary bust, Starsky is assigned a new partner. (R)
Personal film essays about the last decade.
Rosalind Coward asks whether in the green 1980s nature became the basis of a new morality.
Series producer Sam Organ BBC Bristol (R)
The first of two reports on gardening in a confined space.
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Starring Cary Grant, Myrna Loy.
Bored with the callow youths that surround her, 17-year-old Susie sets her sights on attractive older man Richard Nugent.
Unfortunately Richard is more interested in Susie's sister - who also happens to be the judge trying his case.
Films: pages 15-22
The classic comedy starring Phil Silvers
Sgt Bilko meets his match in J J Covington.
The series in which the public can make programmes under their own editorial control.
Payment Is Overdue
Retirement in this country is equated with becoming poor. We are so conditioned to that, that no fundamental challenge has been made to that proposition - until now.
Harry Clarke and Jim Bames of the newly-formed Pensioners Rights
Campaign examine the ageist attitudes of our society and argue for a wage for retirement.
Producer Rosemarie Padvaiskas Community programme unit editor Tony Laryea
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William Woollard reports from the Veteran Car Club's diamond jubilee rally at Stratford-upon-Avon.
Chris Goffey assesses the new versions of the Rover
Metro and Fiat Uno.
Jeremy Clarkson investigates the falsification of mileage on second-hand cars, and why this multi-million-pound fraud isn't taken seriously enough. Tiff Needell tries his hand at rallying behind the wheel of the Mitsubishi Galant that won last year's Lombard RAC Rally, with expert tuition from winning driver Pentti Airikkala. Producer Ken Pollock Editor Tom Ross BBC Pebble Mill
A comedy series written by Richard Cottan and Christopher Douglas. Adam Hartley , the new administrator of the Tygo Road Community Centre, has accidentally invited two people to open the same exhibition - a fashionable lady novelist and the leader of the council.
Producer Andre Ptaszynski Director Bob Spiers
A Pola Jones Film production for BBCtv
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Ten films that observe the lives and fortunes of those most affected by a changing Britain.
1: For better, for worse.
When Jackie married Figgy he had what she wanted - a sense of humour and a job. He also had three kids to add to her five, and was a drug abuser, a mental patient and an alcoholic.
Executive producer Paul Watson Producer Jeff Perks BBC Elstree
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Mark Wigglesworth and Odaline de la Martinez , and critic Edward Vulliamy discuss recordings of Beethoven's Symphony No 9.
Presenter: Sarah Dunant. Producer Anthony Lee
de la Martinez
How do groups arrive at management decisions? Producer Nick Brenton