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: Daytime on Two Wondermaths

Programme 4. (R)

: Out of the Doll's House

How women's fashion has reflected
Series producer Angela Holdsworth (R)

Contributors

Producer: Angela Holdsworth

: France Francais

Estelle. (R)

: You and Me

A miscellany series for young children. Two's Company, Three's Better. Flowers bloom and fabric being printed. With Isabelle Lucas. Book: Dorothy's Dream.

Contributors

Unknown: Isabelle Lucas.

: Questions

What is Right and What Is Wrong? Timmy Mallett and Anjuu Misra look at how religions often help their followers to understand something about moral choices. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Timmy Mallett
Unknown: Anjuu Misra

: Study Skills

Make a List. (R)

: Landmarks

Life in the 17th Century. London,
2 September 1666: the start of the fire recorded by Samuel Pepys. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel Pepys.

: Investigating

Science
Observation. (R)

: MI10

Mathematical Investigations. (R)

: Geography

Casebook
The second and final part of a film about the history of industry in the West Midlands, (R)

: Inset

Technology 5-11. (R)

: PC Pinkerton

Animation with the voices of Ian Lavender, Jessica Martin, Sam Kelly and David Shaw Parker. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Lavender
Unknown: Jessica Martin
Unknown: Sam Kelly
Unknown: David Shaw Parker.

: Fireman Sam

Cartoon narrated by John Alderton. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: John Alderton.

: Music Time

Cinderella. Time to think about grouping beats. With children from Pinner Park Middle School. (R)

: News

Weather followed by You and Me
Two's Company. (R)

: Conservative Party Conference

Live coverage from Bournemouth continues with debates on foreign affairs and defence, and reply speeches by Foreign Secretary the Rt Hon Douglas Hurd , MP and Defence Secretary the Rt Hon Tom King , MP.
Including at

Contributors

Unknown: Douglas Hurd
Unknown: Tom King

: Floyd's American Pie

Texas. The shy and unassuming gastronaut, Keith Floyd , visits the land of whopping steaks, Rin Tin Tin, and politics to the right of Vlad the Impaler. Here he discovers the spicy nuances of Tex-Mex cuisine as well as mastering the subtle art of mixing the perfect Margarita. Producer David Pritchard (R)
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Contributors

Unknown: Keith Floyd
Producer: David Pritchard

: Golf

The England team includes Howard Clark , Mark James and Richard Boxall. Curtis Strange , Sandy Lyle , Greg Norman and Ian Woosnam are all included in their national teams. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon. Producer Alastair Scott
Executive producer John Shrewsbury

Contributors

Unknown: Howard Clark
Unknown: Mark James
Unknown: Richard Boxall.
Unknown: Curtis Strange
Unknown: Sandy Lyle
Unknown: Greg Norman
Unknown: Ian Woosnam
Commentary By: Peter Alliss
Commentary By: Bruce Critchley
Commentary By: Alex Hay
Commentary By: Clive Clark
Commentary By: Mike Hughesdon.
Producer: Alastair Scott
Producer: John Shrewsbury

: Business Matters

At Your Service. British Rail say that, in spite of financial constraints, improving customer relations is their top priority. So pop-star-turned-financial-journalist
Adam Faith has been to meet passengers, staff and top management to find out just how far British Rail has gone to create a corporate customer-service culture. Director Rodney Taylor Producer Jane Walmsley
An MMTV/MAC TV production for BBCtv
0 MONEY: page 87

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Faith
Director: Rodney Taylor
Producer: Jane Walmsley

: Conference Talk

What sort of world player is Britain in the 1990s? On the day the Conservatives debate defence policy and relations with Europe,
America and the rest of the world, Jonathan Dimbleby asks the Foreign Secretary, the Rt Hon
Douglas Hurd , MP, about Britain's role on the world stage.

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby
Unknown: Douglas Hurd

: First Sight

Working Capitals: London ... Paris Last week Michael Delahaye reported on the quality of life in Paris, In the second of two programmes comparing the capitals, he evaluates London and tours the capital with council leaders of controversial and widely differing views - Sir Paul Beresford of Tory Wandsworth and Margaret Hodge of Labour Islington. How impressed are they by the French solutions to the universal problems of the big city - crime, congestion, public transport and rubbish? And could London perhaps teach Paris a thing or two?
Producer Tony Chapman
Executive producer Peter Lowe
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Contributors

Unknown: Sir Paul Beresford
Unknown: Margaret Hodge
Producer: Tony Chapman
Producer: Peter Lowe

: Red Dwarf III ...the Saga Continuums: Marooned

The cult comedy series written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor.
As Red Dwarf heads on a collision course towards a minefield of black holes, the crew are forced to abandon ship.

A Paul Jackson production for BBCtv
(R) (Ceefax Subtitles)

Contributors

Writer: Rob Grant
Writer: Doug Naylor
Arnold Rimmer: Chris Barrie
Dave Lister: Craig Charles
Holly: Hattie Hayridge
Cat: Danny John-Jules
Kryten: Robert Llewellyn

: Top Gear

Hispano Suiza is a make of car more exclusive even than
Rolls-Royce. The company stopped making them over 50 years ago so it is rare today to see even one in public. Willie Rushton accompained 40 of these elegant reminders of a bygone age and their equally distinctive owners on a nostalgic visit to their native Spain. Producer Tony Rayner Editor Tom Ross
0 MOTORING: page 87

Contributors

Unknown: Willie Rushton
Producer: Tony Rayner
Editor: Tom Ross

: Rab C Nesbitt

A comedy starring Scottish comedian Gregor Fisher
City of Culture. Glasgow now guards its civic image with a vigilance that makes the KGB look like hang-loose Californians. But now and then the occasional dissident struggles through the net. Written by Ian Pattison.
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert

Contributors

Unknown: Gregor Fisher
Written By: Ian Pattison.
Producer: Colin Gilbert
Rab C Nesbitt: Gregor Fisher
Mary Nesbitt: Elaine C Smith
Jamesie Cotter: Tony Roper
Burney Nesbitt: Eric Cullen
Gash Nesbitt: Andrew Fairlie
Ella Cotter: Barbara Rafferty
Lord Provost: John Bett
John: Freddie Boardley
Sheriff: Lain Cuthbertson
Pierre: Dave Anderson
Madeleine: Victoria Burton
Street vendor: Jack Milroy
Peruvian folk leader: Billy McElhaney
Doctor: Sandy Welch
American tourists: Lynn Ferguson,
American tourists: William Armour
Hospital receptionist: Emma Currie

: The Transformers

The last of three films on the art of inspired teaching.
Socrates for 6-Year-Olds. Matthew Lipman is an American philosopher who believes that conventional education is failing our children because it doesn't teach them how to think. His answer is a 'philosophy for children' programme in which students are given the powerful tools of logic, reason and ethics with which to stretch their minds.
Written and narrated by Michael Dean. Producer Ann Paul
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Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Lipman
Unknown: Michael Dean.
Producer: Ann Paul

: Newsnight

With Francine Stock in London and Jeremy Paxman at the Conservative Party Conference in Bournemouth.

Contributors

Unknown: Francine Stock
Unknown: Jeremy Paxman

: The Late Show

Sarah Dunant presents the arts and media programme.

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Dunant

: Weatherview









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