6.45 Discovering Physics: Acceleration at Constant Speed? 7.10 Technology: Bridging the Gap
A roundup of yesterday's parliamentary business.
9.45 Let's See
10.00 You and Me
10.15 Look and Read
10.40 Who - Me?
11.15 Update Europe
11.35 Science Challenge
11.55 Into Music
12.15 Technology and Design
12.35 Quinze Minutes
12.55 Step Up to Wordpower (teletext)
1.20 Mr Benn
1.40 Dragon Trail
2.00 News; Weather
followed by You and Me
Dennis Cornish on how to prepare bedding plants for the summer.
Alan Ford's day doesn't end until the last course is finished.
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Hosted by Paul Coia.
Michael Brophy , director of the Charities Aid
Foundation talks to John Lloyd about telethons and charity in the 1990s.
How the disabled can promote a better understanding among the able-bodied of their needs.
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What's new in daffodils? Why do they come up blind and how is it best to naturalise them?
The colourful story of tunesmiths De Sylva , Brown and Henderson, whose songs were the rage of the 1920s.
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Buddy De Sylva:
Bridging the Gulf
The Gulf War has thrust the Palestinian problem back into the spotlight. In a post-war settlement, could there finally be room for a Palestinian homeland? John Nicolson reports from Israel, the West
Bank and Jordan, talking to the Jewish lobby in the USA and PLO leader Yasser Arafat.
Producer Brian Barr
Editor John Morrison
NFW Reports from around the world on environmental issues.
Look Who's Talking
Children have plenty to say about the environmental problems facing the earth. After all, they are the most vulnerable to environmental degradation. Michael Buerk highlights the case of the children of Mexico, while a team of young reporters questions world leaders. Producer Grant Mansfield Series editor Jeremy Evans PICTURE STORY: page 64
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Starring Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
As one mystery is solved, others take its place. In the aftermath of another young woman's death, Cooper knows he is close to his quarry.
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Eight films in which David Jessel takes up the cases of people whose lives have been shattered by injustice. Who Will Listen to
Mary Winch ?
'I was brought up to respect professional people, but I don't any more,' says Mary Winch , who feels her life has been ruined over the last 20 years by a succession of solicitors. Aged 68, she tells how a seemingly small property dispute led to a criminal record, imprisonment, the loss of her life savings and the disappearance of her settled, comfortable way of life. Producer Rhonda Evans
Series producer Elizabeth Clough 0 PICTURE STORY: page 64
Personal reflections on the best of 20th-century British architecture. Tessa
Blackstone, Master of Birkbeck College, University of London, praises the Michelin building in London. Director Terry Braun
Producer Ruth Rosenthal
With Peter Snow.
Arts and media programme.
The Present in the Past: Authenticity in Greek Drama