Presented by Peter Mayne.
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Recent changes in the law have made it more difficult for young people to get a home of their own. (R)
4: Place value and large numbers.
Dinosaurs lived about 65 million years ago. But how do you write such a large number down?
Adam Henderson tackles the problem.
Matthew's parents are separating. How will he cope? (Shoum on Tuesday at 11. 15am)
1: It's the 21st century and the Drug Avengers have to save the earth from drug abuse. Today they travel back to the 20th century.
Bryan McNerney sets off to Wingfield Castle to re-create the tumultuous events of 1648, with the help of the English Civil War Society. Producer Paul Cort-Wright BBC Norwich (R)
Sir Terence Conran shows how to select a fine piece of dhurry weaving. (R)
Life in school 100 years ago.
The Black Country
Development Corporation is charged with finding new uses for over nine square miles of industrial land. (R)
Martin, who is bad at sport, writes in an essay competition about the sporting rivalry of his friend, Tom, and a girl called Tracey.
With in-vision subtitles for hearing-impaired children. (R)
On a wharf, down a sewer and into an ice-cream factory with three young council employees. Work for them is far from routine and desk-bound.
Who benefits most from international aid: the giver or the receiver? (R)
Education for 4- to 7-year-olds.
Science in the primary school.
Although PC Pinkerton is 'nearly late' he discovers that Inspector Belle is really late!
With the voices of Ian Lavender
Jessica Martin , Sam Kelly and David Shaw Parker. Devised and written by Geoffrey Bourne-Taylor and John Murphy Edwards Music John Kelham
Producer/Director Trevor Bond (R)
Don Spencer looks at the difference between animals considered beautiful and those considered ugly.
Musical director Jonathan Cohen Producer Barbara Roddam (R)
Weather followed by Watch
Today Tiger and Bryan discover their roots. Watch also looks at wild cats, visits a cat show and reads Cat and Canary, a story set in New York City.
Animation Mike Hibbert Producer Sue Aron
Series producer Julia Drum
John Yates discovers why the concoction of Mr Lea and Mr Perrins has become famous and one of the world's best-kept secrets. Producer Kevin Hill BBC Pebble Mill (R)
2.40 Kinesem Stakes
(Handicap. 2m 50yds)
3.10 Sheraton Park Tower
Lupe Stakes (lm 2f)
This valuable race very often provides a major signpost to the Oaks.
3.40 Weathercall Stakes
4.10 Radio 1 FM 98.2 Maiden
Introduced by Julian Wilson.
Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer.
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather Regional News and Weather
John Craven and Chris Baines introduce a special edition for One World week featuring an exhibition of the work of some of the world's leading environmental photographers.
A composer sits at the piano groping for inspiration. The sounds of music invade his brain as he scores his chosen motif.
Director Richard Denton (R)
By delving back to the 1950s, photographer Michael Freeman demonstrates how to get good photos inside the home with the minimum of equipment.
Director Krishan Arora Producer Fiona Pitcher (First shoum on BBC1)
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The Child Mothers
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To prove to his superiors that sympathetic handling of juvenile delinquents can bring results, New York patrolman Mike Damon sets out to reform
Sidney Pythias , a young janitor who mixes with a gang of tough hooligans.
Producer Jerry Lewis
Writer/Director Don McGuire
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The first of three special reports on how to crack the European market. This week John Humphrys meets British people working in France who see the British export drive from the French point of view - and give their candid opinions on how we're doing. Producers David Dawson and Godfrey Johnson
Series editor Brian Davies
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A comedy series by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn. Starring
Already angry at having his intentions blocked by an EC directive, Jim Hacker is further upset by rumours of a Cabinet reshuffle. Then, to add to the confusion, he receives an unexpected phone call from Brussels.
Sir Humphrey is concerned at all this talk of movement, because if the Minister goes, who will replace him?
Designer Dacre Punt
Producer Peter Whitmore (R)
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Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Sir Arnold Robinson:
Live analysis of current sporting issues with Sue Mott and Ray Stubbs.
Today, Rugby Union Grand Slam winners Scotland flew out to tackle the All-Blacks. The gap in the financial prospects of the two sides could not be more marked.
Can the traditionalists at home stem the tide of professionalism? Despite the game's amateur ideals, On the Line discovers that some players are already reaping financial rewards. Producer John Rooney Editor David Taylor BBC North
A second chance to relive all those happy memories from the Second World War as Britain's most prestigious satellite station takes a nostalgic look back at some of the stories and events from 1940 that kept our home fires burning.
Writers Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins Music Philip Pope Director John Kilby Producer Jamie Rix
Second in a trilogy of films about the Brazilian Amazon. 'Land without men for men without land' declared the Brazilian government in the 1970s, tempting its poor to a new future in 'empty Amazonia'.
Millions responded, only to find there were no roads, no farms, no seed - only malaria and angry Indians. Then gold nuggets were found and the rush began. The boom died but immigrants like Aquilino da Silva still pick over the diggings in desperation and hope.
Producer Philippa Walker Series editor Chris Curling BBC South and East
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A showcase for work by new directors.
Tina on the Azotea
A true story of love and revolution in 1920s
Mexico. This compact video biography re-creates the transformation of a glamorous silent movie actress into a political revolutionary and great documentary photographer.
Series producer Colin Rose Director Ceri Higgins BBC Bristol
With Donald MacCormick.
Jeremy Isaacs comes face to face with Roger Corman , maker of over 200 'B' movies with titles like Gods of Shark Reef and The Man with the X-ray Eyes. Current Hollywood talents such as Scorsese, Coppola, De Niro and Nicholson all made their debuts with Corman, and his instinct for the tacky and absurd in American life has earned him cult status among critics.
Director Janet Fraser Crook Producers Julian Birkett and Jamie Muir
Helps you plan the weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open University on Saturday and Sunday.
Producer Jean Rowton
Learning Maths Together
Maths was a subject many of us disliked when we were at school, but at Lyncroft Primary School, maths is fun.
Producer Ann Diack