6.45 Physics: Magnetism
7.10 Scenes from Dr Faustus by Christopher Marlowe
Yesterday's proceedings presented by Brian Curtois.
Programmes for schools. Some may be unsuitable for the young.
What is important in the education of 4- to 7-year-olds? (R)
A guide to emergency first aid. 9 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
Is the real problem of slums in the developing world the economic system that puts them there? (R)
Computers make decisions but the human brain is hard to replace. (R)
People who persuade for a living talk about their techniques. (R)
Science in the primary school (R)
Some of the job options and career decisions facing young people. (R)
Paul and Damian arrive in London with high hopes of finding work.
How to cope with written instructions. Presented by Chris Serle.
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A science-fiction adventure for under-5s.
Producer Sharon Miller
Series producer Michael Cole (R)
Sheelagh Gilbey visits the Eurotunnel Exhibition Centre. (R)
Weather followed by Storytime
Part 5 of Norah's Ark. Puddle
Farm's pond is far too small. Presented by Jaye Griffiths. Producer Moyra Gambleton
A Ragdoll production for BBCtv
John Craven on the struggle to save the Isles of Scilly from disaster.
Arranging barrel-organ music.
John Thirlwell 's view of Roquetas de Mar on Spain's Costa Almeria. (R)
Weather followed by Wild World
Highland Story (R)
Regional News and Weather
Starring Jennifer Jones Joseph Cotten
When artist Eben Adams meets
Jennie Appleton he makes a discovery which threatens his life.
Director William Dieterle
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New Plymouth. The Pilgrim Fathers named New World settlements after places they'd left behind. Producer Bryan McNerney (R)
The Condemned. David Vincent
(Roy Thinnes ) is accused of murder. (R)
6.50pm Words Apart
A look at the rough deal fans get back home as British World Cup teams ready themselves in Italy. Director Nigel Shepherd Producer Neil McDonald
John McGahern 's latest novel Amongst Women is set in County Leitrim where he was born.
Producer Sean O'Mordha
Series editor Tony McAuley
An Araby production for BBCtv
The story of two newspapers:
Lidove Noviny , the former samizdat journal that is now Prague's best-selling daily independent newspaper, and Rude Pravo, the official publication of the Communist Party. Director Frank Hanley
Series producer John Whiston
Making an Honest Fiver. A new £5 note begins life tomorrow. This exclusive report follows the development of a new set of banknotes. How do the new notes combat the threat of counterfeits?
How will the Queen look 20 years on? Who is on the back of the new notes? Narrated by Leo McKern. Producer David Dugan Editor Robin Brightwell
A Windfall Films production for BBCtv
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Morale Victory. Hawkeye (Alan Aida) and BJ (Mike Farrell ) are appointed morale officers. (R)
More than 1,000 entries are entered in the British Design competition. Over the next three evenings panels of experts in graphic, environmental and product design will reduce that number to 15. Final winners will then be decided by public vote. Tonight John Hegarty and the panel scrutinise the graphics entries. With Muriel Gray.
Executive producer Keith Alexander
(The BBC Design Awards are administered by the Design Council and the Exhibitions are sponsored by National Power)
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The Animals. The British badger is under siege. This much-loved animal is now becoming rarer in areas where it was once common.
Broadcasting direct from a woodland clearing cameras will be watching badgers, live, over the course of the next three evenings. With Jessica Holm and Sally Magnusson. Producer Mike Beynon
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With Francine Stock.
The arts and media programme.
12.05 Accessing Chances
12.30 Open Forum Magazine