Some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Most of this week's schools programmes will be repeated next week for the benefit of those taking half-term holidays.
Roman Builders. In the final programme Louise Hall-Taylor walks down the Appian Way. (R)
The third of seven programmes for people with learning difficulties. (R)
Making and un-making a cardboard box and converting three dimensions into two. (R)
Stone Soup. The bad wolf has his eye on Mother Hen 's goodies. (R)
A series for 7- to 1 1 -year-olds. What is believing? (R)
A science-drama series for 5- to
6-year-olds. Me and My Bike.
Nan (Patsy Byrne ) repairs a bike for Steve (Benjamin Rennis ). With Lily Malin , Kazia Pelka and Lily Bertrand-Webb.
Producers Pat Farrington and Diane Morgan
Fir Wars. The ploughing of the Flow Country in Caithness and Sutherland became a prolonged environmental issue. (R)
British social history. Trade union affairs since the war. (R)
Disability - No Problem. Equal opportunities for young people with disabilities. Looking for a hobby? Producer Andy Walker
Travel beyond the limits of the naked eye with infra-red light and ultrasonic sound. (R)
A cartoon about life on an urban street. With the voices of George Layton and John Telfer. (R)
Earthwatch: Pollution and Conservation. The water we use. (R)
Weather followed by Storytime
Stone Soup. (R)
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A look behind the scenes of a major three-part documentary, The Hand of Stalin, beginning tomorrow at
9.30pm on BBC2.
Producer Catherine Elliott-Kemp
Weather followed by Snooker
David Vine brings fourth-round coverage of the Rothmans Grand Prix from the Hexagon Theatre. Reading.
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Dance music with hip hop, house and funk, is dominating this year's mainstream singles charts. This fast-moving entertainment chronicles the stars, styles and obsessions of dance-culture devotees. Tonight, American rapper KRS-1 puts in an exclusive appearance, and there is the new single by the Rebel MC. Presented by Normski.
Series producer Jaswinder Bancil
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Sydney. Magenta de Vine and Sankha Guha visit the gay capital of the southern hemisphere.
Neighbours star Guy Pearce takes De Vine shopping; Australia's top comic gives advice on where to stay; plus pubs, spiders, Oz 'slanguage' and rock group
Midnight Oil's Peter Garrett on the threat to Sydney's surf, sun and sand lifestyle.
Director Anya Camilleri
Series producer Rachel Purnell
The last in the series of classic films on architecture and the environment by the late Ian Nairn. Nairn's Journeys: Football Towns, Huddersfield and Halifax.
Ian Nairn finds plenty of evidence of civic pride in Halifax, but points an accusing finger at some dull planning in Huddersfield.
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 and its achievements. 7: The Key to the Kingdom 1974-80 In 1974 a federal judge pronounced that Boston had two separate school systems. Desegregration meant bussing and white parents were outraged.
A Blackside production
Robert Urich , Deborah Raffin Paul Burke
Ambitious lawyer Charles Duke 's plans for a holiday on Oregon's white water rapids are disrupted by the arrival of campaigning politician James Corbin. Seeing the possibility of a few quick votes,
Corbin invites himself on the trip, ensuring that the press are there to cover the event. But neither man is prepared for the nightmare that waits down river.
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