A roundup of yesterday's parliamentary business.
9.10 Teaching Today
9.40 Standard Grade History
10.00 Look and Read
10.20 Around Scotland
10.40 Into Music
11.45 Let's See
12.00 Good Sport
12.50 English File
1.20 The Brollys
1.40 English Time
2.00 News and Weather
followed by Words and Pictures
A preview of programmes from the Open University on Saturday and Sunday.
With Helen Rollason.
European Diving Championships
From the Ponds Forge International Sports Centre, Sheffield, the men's and women's 1m board competitions.
All-England Badminton Championships
From Wembley. Action from the finals of badminton's premier event.
Highlights of the second legs of the quarter-finals of the European cups.
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather Regional News
Quiz hosted by Paul Coia.
An investigation into crop circles. (Rpt;
Followed by Holiday 91
Exciting holiday ideas: fly-drive to Hungary and Home Exchange.
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Including a visit to the Donington Museum in Leicestershire.
First showing on network television.
Starring Esther Williams, Peter Lawford
Filming on location in Hawaii, Hollywood movie star Ros Reynolds is enjoying the exotic scenery and her romance with co-star Ricardo Montez. When a handsome navy lieutenant also enters her life, Ros discovers that even underwater she cannot escape her two ardent suitors.
With Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra
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Lt Larry Kingslee:
Xavier Cugat and His
Peter Millar of The European looks back at the events of the week as they were reported in the national press.
A Granada production for BBCtv
The Assault on Urban
Blight - Soaring Success or Costly Blunder? Ten years ago, the Conservative Government launched its first Urban
Development Corporation as part of a policy designed to show that private enterprise could renew the worst areas of urban decay. Their role is regarded as crucial in the fight to attract new industry to the inner cities. Their sweeping powers are controversial, their budgets run into millions. Public Eye's reporter Martin Bashir examines the UDC's record so far - can they transform the lives of the inner city communities who live in and around them?
Presented by Peter Taylor. Producer Andy Forrester Editor Nigel Chapman
A Fulmar production for BBCtv
How to deal with dahlias, care and repair of storm-torn trees, a secret garden in the heart of London, and jobs for the week from Barnsdale. With
Geoff Hamilton , Dr Stefan Buczacki and Nigel Colborn.
Executive producer Stephanie Silk Plant list on Ceefax page 617
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It's that man of many faces, back with more laughter and comedy. But enough of Nicholas Witchell , over here on BBC2 it's the Rory Bremner show.
Director Simon Spencer Producer Geoff Atkinson
Roci Rocky is the name of American artist
Robert Rauschenberg 's pet turtle. It is also the name of an epic and visionary project which in the last eight years has taken Rauschenberg around the world a dozen times: Roci - the Rauschenberg Overseas Cultural Interchange. The resulting work is shown in a huge exhibition, ending in a retrospective in Washington in spring of this year. Director Nigel Finch
Executive producer Anthony Wall ( Postponed from 22 February)
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
First showing on network television.
Waller has spent the greater part of his life checking the tracks of a country railway line in the heart of Bavaria. As his career ends, he looks back on the political and personal upheavals of the past 50 years and on the love of his life.
Christian Wagner 's first film is reminiscent of Heimat in its subtle evocation of national history in the experiences of everyday life. In German with English subtitles.
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Waller (as a young man):