6.45 Pine Point: a Lead-
7.10 Rome under the Popes:
Church and Empire
Presented by Peter Mayne.
Was Sir Thomas Tresham an eccentric Elizabethan gentleman or a dangerous Catholic traitor?
Brian McNerney takes a look. (First shoum in BBC East)
Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
How valuable are industrial placements for teachers? (R)
A guide to emergency first aid.
3: An Austrian trainee teacher talks about her life and future career. (R)
For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
Malcolm Stacey investigates the rise of industry in South Wales. (R)
Using computers in a supermarket and an arts centre box office. (R)
Children discuss role-playing stories. (R)
3: Assessing a class of 5-year-olds.
Editor Colin Farquharson Rae Producer Sophie Neville
An analysis of the current theories of evolution.
The meaning of profit sharing. (Shoum on Monday at 9.40am)
Twenty programmes to help you read, write and communicate more effectively. 13: Building confidence. Presented by Chris Serle. Producer John Fagan
Studio director John M A Lane
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A science-fiction adventure for under-5s.
A north-of-the-border song pie is the order of the day.
Devised by Chloe Ashcroft and Peter Gosling.
Music Peter Gosling
Series producer Michael Cole Producer Sharon Miller (R)
Spitting Image caricatures.
Weather followed by Storytime
3: The Rajah's secret.
Presenter: Seeta Indrani with children from
Easton Infants School. Animation Dick Taylor
Producer Moyra Gambleton
A Ragdoll production for BBCtv
An investigation of part-time farming.
The older, the more worn and worm-eaten, the more faithfully old carts are restored by the cartwright. (R)
Weather followed by Wild World
In the last of the series, scientist Robin Pellew observes the giraffes of Tanzania's Serengeti National Park.
Narrated by Barry Paine. Producer Barry Paine BBC Bristol (R)
Regional News and Weather
Writer and explorer
Christina Dodwell attempts a first descent by raft of the dangerous Wahgi River in Papua New Guinea. So treacherous are its rapids that locals call it the 'eater of men'.
Readings by Anthony Quayle. Written by Christina Dodwell Director Clive Syddall (R) o CEEFAX SUBTITLES
With Valentina Harris.
(Shoum on Monday at 7.40pm)
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Including Nicolas Roeg 's latest film, The Witches.
Roy Thinnes Members of a lunar landing team are killed by a strange red fog.
Young people of all religions ask whether separate, state-funded schools, as already exist for Catholics and Jews, should be allowed for
Director Nigel Shepherd Producer Neil McDonald
Included in the last of the current series:
American band Public Enemy,
Britain's Aswad, French rocker Charlelie Couture and Was Not Was.
With Antoine de Caunes. Executive producers
Tim Newman and Alex Berger An NBdC production for BBCtv
Fog of Ignorance
Exactly how much life is there on earth?
Mathematician Bob May would like to find out. He calculates that there may be 30 million insect species but we've identified fewer than two million. As tropical forests burn, how many species will we lose before we find them?
Transplant surgery is a modern-day medical miracle. But, as the recent British 'kidneys for sale' scandal revealed, there is a shortage of donated organs. Zach Richter , a journalist and kidney patient, tracks the international trade - from the European organ broker offering to buy kidneys from living donors to prisoners in the Philippines willing to offer him their kidneys in return for the hope of reduced sentences. Is transplant technology running ahead of our ability to control it? Producers Martin Freeth and Ilan Ziv
Editor Jana Bennett (R)
The 4077th finds a bundle of joy on its doorstep.
Director Alan Alda (R)
An original serial in sevenparts by Andrew Davies , winner of the Writer's
Award, Bafta 1990. Starring
6: When the Vice-Chancellor tries to involve the medical practice in yet another of his disreputable schemes, Stephen and Jock decide he must not succeed. But the best laid plans....
Producer Ken Riddington Director David Tucker (R)
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An enthusiast explores highways and byways of delight.
A is for Art Nouveau.
Lucinda Lambton pays homage to the artist's wife who, at the age of 46, first tried her hand at building;discovers what made Bristol bristle with beauty; and is fired by London's God of Love.
Graphic designer Christine Biittner Director Andrew Gosling
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The live magazine programme of the arts and media.
Producer Jamie Muir
Making better decisions by planning model 'trees'. Producer Jeremy Cooper
12.25 Marketing the Micro Is thorough market research necessary? Or is it just a question of utilising the latest technology? Producer Kevin Newport (R)