Some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Life in the Roman army and the invasion of Britain, (R)
Second of seven programmes for people with learning difficulties.
Today: opportunities at college. (R)
Geometric Progressions followed by Numbers as Codes.
Jim and the Beanstalk. (R)
What is right and what is wrong? (R)
Water. Today including a look at canals.
Design and Technology, (R)
New uses for industrial land. (R)
British social history. Changes in agricultural practice since 1945. (R)
Instant photosynthesis and ideas for plant experiments. (R)
A cartoon with the voices of George Layton and John Telfer. (R)
Life in the 17th Century. (R)
Weather followed by Storytime Jim and the Beanstalk. (R)
A celebration marking 350 years of the Baptist Church in England. (Shown yesterday at 6.40pm on BBC 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
October. Dennis Cornish advises that work done on the lawn in autumn is a good investment. Producer David Spires
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Weather followed by WideWorld
African Eskimo. Michel Kpomassie returns to the land of the Eskimo where he spent two years in the mid-1960s and discovers that the African and the Eskimo still have much in common.
Producer Richard Vaughan Series editor Tim Slessor
An Aspect/Full Picture for BBCtv (R)
In spite of suffering from cerebral palsy since birth, John Hawkridge has climbed 40 mountains, including Britain's highest, Ben Nevis. But could he fulfil his one remaining dream of climbing to 19,000ft in the Himalayas?
Chris Bonington , who helped Hawkridge prepare for the adventure, tells his story. Producer Allen Jewhurst (R)
Continues a short season of films celebrating the work of Irene Dunne , who died recently.
Also starring Ralph Bellamy Constance Cummings
Tony and Jim Dunlap are happily married until Francesca, Jim's old love, turns up - determined to recapture his affections. However, Tony's not about to give up without a fight.
Director John Cromwell
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High 5. The last Gimme 8 of this series is about global sport. High 5 has been shown all over Europe. Bunji jumping, skateboarding, mono-skiing and telemark are some of the sports featured in the two episodes shown tonight.
Presented by Jaswinder Bancil. Producer Mari Beynon Owen
Rio de Janeiro. Sankha Guha visits the most dangerous place on earth and Magenta de Vine meets Xuxa, Brazil's top television and pop star. Plus Brazil's captain, Jorghino on football, and the search for the perfect bikini.
Director Gary Hunter
Series producer Rachel Purnell
A series of six films on architecture by the late Ian Nairn.
5: Nairn's Journeys: Orient Express Nairn's journey, undertaken before the re-packaging of the Orient
Express, takes in the Munich beer festival and the big wheel on which Orson Welles delivered his cuckoo-clock speech in The Third Man.
Introduced by Jonathan Meades. Producer Barry Bevins (R) revised
America at the Racial Crossroads
The second phase of the civil rights movement tells the story of the rise of black power.
6: A Nation of Law? 1968-71
President Nixon claimed the USA was a 'nation of law' and the FBI launched a campaign to discredit or 'neutraiise' black activists. In
Chicago Black Panther leaders were killed in an FBI raid. A Blackside production
A romantic drama receiving its first showing on network television. Starring
Stockard Channing Sam Waterston
Boarding house owner
Leah Lazenby keeps a safe distance from her lodgers until the handsome cellist Travis Coles moves in. Director Stuart Margolin 0 FILMS: pages 23-26
Presented by Francine Stock. Editor Tim Gardam
The nightly arts and media magazine. Executive producer Janey Walker Editor Roland Keating