6.45 Oil: Finds for the Future
7.10 Culture and Belief in Europe: Hardwick Hall
Some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Des Jeunes en Provence (R)
New series. Me and My Family. A science drama series for 5- to
6-year-olds starring Patsy Byrne
Steve Taylor is intrigued when new neighbours Tess and Andrew move in. Tess meets Steve's little sister, and they discover how much she can do even though she is only 18 months old.
Producers Pat Farrington and Diane Morgan
A series for young children. What about Me?
Presented by Michael Snelders.
New series. Weather-Wise. Finding out about the weather. With Adrian Newell , Carmen Pryce , Elin Rhys. Director Howard Reay
Producer Lambros Atteshlis
New series. Living the Fishing. Hi-tech Hunters.
New series. Mr Wolf 's Week. Stuart Bradley introduces Nutmeg the cat. Series producer Caroline Godley
Tea-Leaf on the Roof (1) (R)
1: Time, Space and Infants (R)
Explore the physics of pedal power.
Unit 1: Equal Opportunities. A play which looks at prejudice: two young people search for their first jobs.
The silicon chip. (R)
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With Iain Laughlan and Jane Hardy. (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
What about Me?
John Craven reports on how a little-known category of planning permission could affect thousands of homes in England and Wales.
Debates on the environment, east-west relations and defence.
Lord Bonham Carter will present the findings of a policy development group and the party's defence spokesman,
Menzies Campbell , will wind up the debate.
Regional News and Weather
A look at / Love You to Death and Another 48 Hours. And Tom Brooks talks to actor Harrison Ford and director Alan J Pakula in New York.
Last in the series starring Roy Thinnes
The Enemy. Nurse Gale Frazer
(Barbara Barrie ) recently returned from Vietnam, witnesses a flying saucer crash and tries to help the sole survivor. (R)
A new European weekly magazine programme co-produced in France, Italy, Hungary, Sweden and Britain, and covering topics as diverse as sport, magic and religion. Series producer Sheila Hayman
Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
What will the Liberal Democrats offer the voters at the next General
Election? Jonathan Dimbleby questions the party strategists.
Helping the Police with Their Enquiries In the USA it is becoming standard practice for police to call in archaeologists and anthropologists with their skills at excavation and bone analysis to help them unravel murder cases. Now a British police force is looking at what the academics can offer them. Producer Clare Paterson Series editor Roy Davies
Letters. Members of the 4077th answer letters from students. (R)
A drama serial in four parts starring Janet McTeer, David Haig, Cathryn Harrison.
Vita Sackville-West, aristocrat and novelist, and Harold Nicolson, diplomat, politician and historian, together created one of England's greatest glories: the garden of Sissinghurst Castle. But five years into the marriage came the crisis of Vita's affair with Violet Keppel.
Screenplay by Penelope Mortimer from the book by Nigel, son of Sackville-West and Nicolson.
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A personal view on a current debate.
Presented by Peter Snow.
Malcolm Morley talks to Matthew Collings.
12.00 The Getting of Judgment
12.25 Growing Apart at the Margins