Enlightenment: Strawberry Hill
A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
Programmes for young people - some may not be suitable for the very young. Repeats are not separately indicated.
8.30 Zig Zag (teletext)
9.05 La Maree et ses secrets
9.20 Stop and Think
10.18 Music Time
10.40 Job Bank
11.00 Zig Zag
11.22 Thinkabout Science
11.35 Good Sport
11.55 Diez Temas
12.15 History File
1.00 Science in Action
1.40 Landmarks: People on the Move
2.00 News and Weather
followed by Storytime
David Vickery goes 1 behind the scenes with Nature, which returns tomorrow at 8.30pm, BBC2.
Weather followed by Songs of Praise
From Westminster Abbey.
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John Thirlwell 's personal : view of Guernsey.
Word game with Paul Coia.
Dr Rosalind Miles ; discusses the future of the women's movement with , Anne Kelleher. j
A celebration of talent in the north of England. Folk ; I guitarist Martin Carthy reflects on his career.
The famous comedy duo star as two gas station attendants who inherit an abandoned roadhouse following the death of a gangster. They soon discover the house is haunted.
Director Arthur Lubin 0 FILMS: page 41
The adventures of a street-wise homeboy from downtown Philadelphia. Kiss My Butler. Will is beginning to settle down to the swanky lifestyle of Bel-Air.
Snub eyes up the newest bands, singles and indie labels. Producers Peter Fowler and Brenda Kelly A Snub production for BBCtv
A series of career profiles.
When Dianne Scott left school she never thought she would become a computer consultant. How did she do it?
Producer John Carlow
A Hawkshead production for BBCtv
A series in which Lake
District people tell their own life stories.
Farming 1,700 acres below the Kirkstone Pass, Hartsop, Alan Wear loves the beauty and solitude of the high fells. Like most farmers he moans about mart prices and the weather but what really upsets him is bureaucracy. Of the Lake District planners he says: 'If they make as big a hash in this part of the world as they have in the towns then the country is finished'. Producer Patrick McCreanor
A John Peel production for BBCtv • PICTURE STORY: page 60
Playing at Noah
The Javan rhino of Indonesia could be extinct within 30 years. Zoos think they should capture the rhinos in order to breed them in captivity - and the test tube. It is part of the hi-tech approach to build 'frozen zoos' - using techniques such as in-vitro fertilisation, surrogate parents and embryo splitting to keep animals 'alive' until the 22nd century when biologists predict there will be enough space for them to return.
Horizon follows the quest of Dr Ulysses S Seal , a charismatic evangelist in the conservation world, who persuades governments to let his scientists remove animals or their embryos from the wild to come aboard his
'technological ark' of species. Written and produced by Robert Thirkell Series editor Jana Bennett
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Ben Ryder is a happy man - happy in his work and happy with his family. But Ben is in for a shock - who is sending his wife expensive presents and getting him into trouble at work? Somebody who looks just like him - surely it cannot be his twin brother Harry who was locked up for murder all those years ago?
Director Jeff Bleckner FILMS: page 41
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Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Features, discussion and news from the world of the arts and the media.
Editor Roland Keating
Arts Foundation Course: Language and Literature