A roundup of yesterday's parliamentary business.
9.00 Quinze Minutes: Shopping
French magazine for beginners.
9.15 Diez Temas: De compras
Spanish teenagers go shopping.
9.30 Help Your Child with Maths: Talking to Each Other
9.45 La Maree et ses secrets
Adventure serial in French.
10.00 You and Me: Impatience
10.15 Job Bank: Hospital Work
10.35 Who - Me?: Not Fair
11.00 Landmarks: Buildings and Builders - Timber
Effects of its demand on landscape.
11.20 Textile Studies: Spinning a Yarn
Natural and synthetic fibres.
11.40 Maths at Work
12.05 A-level Economics: Export or Die
Economic effects on the textile trade
12.25 West Africa: The Price of Cocoa
How falling prices are affecting Ivory Coast farmers.
12.50 Teaching Today: Television in the Secondary Classroom
1.20 PC Pinkerton
1.25 Penny Crayon
1.40 Music Time: The Padi-Fields
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me: Impatience
The semi-final stage in the 1991 Embassy World Snooker Championship begins this afternoon at the Crucible Theatre,
Sheffield. Introduced by Eamonn Holmes.
Including David Vine 's Snooker Break.
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Including Prime Minister's questions. With
Vivian White and Brian Curtois.
and Regional News; Weather
Followed by One in Four
Documentary series about disability issues, with subtitles and sign language interpretation. Fifty years ago, Nazi doctors murdered thousands of disabled people in Germany. Vidar Hjardeng reports.
Including The Hard Way starring Michael J Fox.
Trouble-shooter Grant McLaine is hired by the railroad to carry a payroll for track workers.
Director James Neilson ● FILMS: pages 33-38
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Charlotte Drew (Charlie):
Driving to Destruction
Twenty-five Britons died in the Gulf War. Ten times as many are killed on Britain's motorways every year, yet these are among our safest roads. Despite huge investment by the government and the motor industry, the carnage continues unabated. Another brand new motorway, the M40, has just opened and more are planned.
Vivian White investigates whether motorway deaths are inevitable or whether an understanding of motorway psychology can stop us all driving to destruction. Producer Tony Chapman
Executive producer Peter Lowe
9 REGIONAL PROGRAMME: for details of variations see panel on page 81
SCARFE ON SEX, BBC2
Gastronaut Keith Floyd learns the art of yabbie fishing with lamb chops in South Australia. Director David Pritchard
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Last programme in the series. Spain is now a major centre for car production. Radio
Times columnist Chris Goffey tests Seat's new family saloon, the Toledo. Also in Spain,
Jeremy Clarkson puts the new Mitsubishi Shogun through its paces and, nearer home, Tiff Needell tries out the extensively remodelled
Silverstone track in Jaguar's new E500,000 sports racing car, the XJR 15. Introduced by William Woollard from Barcelona.
Producer Ken Pollock Editor Tom Ross
0 PICTURE STORY: page 78
David Vine introduces semi-final action from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Gerald Scarfe attempts to unravel the mysteries of sex in this first of two programmes. He travels back to his childhood, on a strange trip underground and away to a very specialised hotel. See panel below. Director Gerald Scarfe Producer Sally George
* DOCUMENTARY: page 12
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
A series of surreal comedies.
Of Missiles and Thespians
The cold war has ended and the army is being retrained to take in washing. Meanwhile, in a nuclear missile silo, a twiddly bit is being twiddled. Told by Peter Bland , Jim Broadbent , Enn Reitel and Kate Robbins.
Written and produced by Geoff Atkinson and Kim Fuller
Executive producer Tony Garnett
With Jeremy Paxman.
Final visit of the day to the the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
A preview of OU programmes.
Introduction to psychology - addiction