6.45 Juggling with Physics
7.10 Technology: Piping Hot
A roundup of yesterday's parliamentary business.
9.00 Sum Chance
Help with Maths.
9.10 Diez Temas - Comer y Beber
9.25 A-level German - It's a Man's World
9.45 Mathsworks - Areas of Rectangles
10.00 You and Me - Harry's Cousin
10.15 Why? Because....
10.40 Who - Me?: Best Friends
11.00 Watch: Conservation - Back Garden/School Garden
11.15 West Africa - Life on the Edge
11.35 A-level Biology - Cell Biology
11.55 A-level Economics - Changing Places
12.15 Textile Studies - The Right Stuff
12.35 La Maree et ses secrets - Chez Keravec
12.55 Step Up to Wordpower - Accentuate the Positive
1.20 Postman Pat
1.40 Living Decisions - People at Home
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me - Harry's Cousin
Magazine for the deaf. A Shabby Dog Story A chance to see a previously broadcast
Open Door programme, this time with sign language and subtitles.
The World Snooker
Championship continues at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Introduced by Eamonn Holmes.
Followed by Prime Minister's questions.
and Regional News; Weather
Followed by Who Cares Now?
Caring for an older person. With Jonathan Miller.
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A visit to Rosemoor in Devon.
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Rockwell Hunter 's idea for promoting 'Stay Put' lipstick astounds even the most cynical of executives.
Written, produced and directed by Frank Tashlin
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Anatomy of a Famine
Sudan was once heralded as the future bread basket of Africa, but now over seven million Sudanese are starving to death. It's the third major African famine of recent years, but this time there was ample warning. In an exclusive and moving film
Jonathan Dimbleby reports from Sudan. In the studio he questions western politicians, aid agencies and members of the Sudanese government. What are the lessons for the future?
Producer Martin Smith
Editor John Morrison
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David Vine brings further coverage of the 1991 Embassy World Snooker Championship taking place at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Twelfth-ranked Martin Clark , in his fourth season as a professional, completes his first round match this evening while John Parrott , No 3, meets Nigel Gilbert. Over the past two years Parrott has come close to winning both the semi-final and the final.
The British experience of sex in the first half of the century. Forbidden Fruit. For many people the taboo against sex outside marriage dominated their lives. Men and women tell of their first secret, sexual encounters under the pier at Blackpool. Some recall being sent to mental hospitals as young women for having sex under age or illegitimate babies. Many were locked away for 20 or 30 years. See panel below.
Director/Producer Steve Humphries Senes editor Joanna Mack ● FEATURE: page 24
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Lucinda Lambton explores highways and byways of delight. Tonight she finds some unexpected pleasures of the Orient in England.
E is for Eastern. In which Lucinda climbs up a mausoleum that can be discovered only from the top of a double-decker bus - starts upon a flock of sheep on a roof - and finds eastern delights at a Third Division football club.
Director Andrew Gosling
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff * TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
With Jeremy Paxman.
Last visit of the day to the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, and the 1991 World Snooker
Championship. Four days in and 11 of the 16 players who make up the second round will have been decided. Matches are extended from 19 frames to the best of 25 at the second stage. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton. Introduced by David Vine.