Some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
A look at what skills young school leavers need to take advantage of the opportunities in Britain's growth industries. (R)
3: Mein Zuhause. A flat, a house or an allotment garden, home is home to four Hamburg teenagers who open their front doors to you. (R)
A miscellany series for young children. Rain Stops Play.
Cosmo and Dibs are building a sandcastle when it rains. Presented by Annette Badland. With Frances Kay and Francis Wright.
Producers Julie Callanan and Cas Lester
Badger Girl. Debbie and Kiran run off with Stripey, the badger.
Health Education. Teeth and Food. A look at teeth and food and how we can fight plaque. (R)
What's on Tap? Throughout the world, the struggle for safe drinking water continues.
Director Edwina Vardey
An International Broadcasting Trust production
A series for 7- to 9-year-olds. Joy and Tom discover an apple tree but are faced with two problems. (R)
Patterns. Children from the Kent
Youth Percussion Ensemble,
Elmgrove Middle School and Park House School compose a piece of music based on rhythm patterns. (R)
Have You Ever Noticed? It's surprising what the trained scientific eye can spot.
Ecology has lots of interlocking questions and, as yet, few answers. (R)
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu presented by Sneh Gupta and Omar Salimi. 3: Visiting a Family. Anita Bhalla is introduced to her friend Shain's family.
Green Claws is having problems with his clocks, so he and Percy try to invent a new one. Iris tries to help too, but has no luck. What can Owima and the Ridd!e Tree do to solve the problem? (R)
Places of Work. Myfanwy Talog , on her white bike, leads us around Wales, looking at buildings. Director William Davies
Producer Selwyn Roderick
A Teliesyn production for BBCtv
Weather followed by You and Me
Rain Stops Play (R)
The Rt Hon Neil Kinnock , MP, addresses the 89th Labour Party
Conference which continues at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool.
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
With gardens getting smaller and smaller, is there room to grow fruit and vegetables? In the first of six programmes Geoff Hamilton shows how a modern kitchen garden can be made without compromising its look and without resorting to chemicals.
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Elvis Presley Juliet Prowse
Music and romance win over the military in this fictionalised version of Elvis Presley 's own army service in West Germany. As GI
Tulsa McCauley , who takes the US army by storm, Elvis is joined by vivacious dancer Juliet Prowse.
Director Norman Taurog
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As the Labour leader, the Rt Hon Neil Kinnock , MP, delivers his keynote speech at Blackpool, and the party lays out its stall for the next general election, Jonathan Dimbleby examines some of the issues about which opinion in the party is divided, including the block vote, and electoral reform.
Another chance to see Alan Plater 's
seven-part adaptation of Anthony Trollope 's Barchester novels, The Warden and Barchester Towers starring
Misunderstandings have proliferated between the Grantlys and Eleanor.
Producer Jonathan Powell Director David Giles (R)
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Signora Madeline Neroni:
de la Motte
Rita Rudner and her special guest Jennifer Saunders.
Singer, actress, dancer, comedienne: these are just some of the words the popular American comic can spell. Rita Rudner 's first British series features stand-up comedy, sketches and songs. With Martin Bergman , Geoff McGivern and Michael Fenton Stevens. Director/Producer Kevin Bishop
A five-part series investigating what medical negligence is and what happens when patients believe they are victims of doctor's mistakes.
4: The American Way. 'We in Britain are going down the same road as America - and it will be a disaster for patients as well as doctors.'
In the USA, a mother-to-be has a one-in-four chance of her baby being delivered by caesarean section. It is that common because doctors fear being sued and, in many cases operate 'just to be on the safe side'. Legal actions against doctors have increased to the point that many are now ceasing to practise. Is the same thing about to happen here in Britain? Series producer John Groom
Executive producer David Paterson
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A series of short films by writers new to television. Today's drama, written by Paul Cornell , is a black comedy set in the Fenlands after the greenhouse effect has taken its toll. Four unlikely characters search for a meaning in a world where the human race has no future.
Director Bob Blagden
Producers Phillippa Giles and Vicky Licorish
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Charles Wheeler is in Berlin as the countdown to German reunification at midnight begins. Jeremy Paxman in London and Peter Snow at the Labour Party conference in Blackpool present the other major stories of the day.
Michael Ignatieff in Germany looks at the ideas, the dilemmas, and the cultural implications of German reunification.
Charles Wheeler in Berlin reports on the birth of the new Germany.