A roundup of yesterday's parliamentary business.
9.00 Travel Show Traveller: St Petersburg Beach
9.05 Teaching Today: Language in the National Curriculum
9.35 Supersense: Sound Sense (Teletext)
10.05 Search Out Science: Dinosaur Competition
10.10 Save a Life (Teletext)
10.20 Information World: Running the System
10.40 Mathsworks: 3: The Difference between Perimeter and Area
11.00 Watch: Conservation
11.15 A-level Biology: Mechanisms of Change
11.35 Living Decisions: Spending Money
11.55 Links: Britain and the Developing World
12.20 Scene: Why Are You So Shy?
12.50 English File: Telling Stories
1.20 Pie in the Sky
1.40 Disability - No Problem
2.00 News and Weather
followed by Words and Pictures: Tomorrow
A preview of programmes from the Open University on Saturday and Sunday.
New student nurses start work on the ward.
Followed by Food and Drink Raymond Blanc , one of Britain's top chefs, goes on a culinary journey through Jura, his home region in France.
Accompanying him is John Wilcock , a Yorkshire lorry driver who thinks that
'French food is nothing but a lot of sauce.'
and Regional News; Weather
Keith Waterhouse, one of Britain's most prolific writers, delves into the BBC archives in search of his favourite programmes. With Emma Freud.
Originally shown to celebrate John Betjeman 's 70th birthday, this film looks at the poet's Edwardian childhood. Producer Jonathan Stedall
Cult spoof on superhero films.
Starring Ron Ely
Doc Savage is summoned from his Fortress of Solitude in the Arctic Circle when his father is murdered. With his chums, the Amazing Five, Doc sets out to discover the truth behind his father's death and soon crosses the path of the ruthless Captain Seas.
Director Michael Anderson
* FILMS: pages 35-40
The Night Visitors. Childhood dreams and nightmares are brought to life by animator Richard Ollive.
Peter Jenkins of The
Independent looks back at the week's national press.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Each week Public Eye examines issues and stories at the heart of life in Britain.
Presented by Peter Taylor. Editor Nigel Chapman
Heather Angel shows how to take better pictures of the garden through the seasons.
Geoff Hamilton , Nigel Colborn and Pippa Greenwood examine the principles of planting design and offer their gardening tips for the week. Executive producer Stephanie Silk Plant details on Ceefax page 617 0 GARDENING: page 18
NEW A new comedy sketch show featuring a fresh team of performers from the black comedy scene.
Introduced by Curtis and Ishmael with Llewella Gideon and Collette Johnson.
Director/Producer Charlie Hanson COMEDY: page 9
PICTURE STORY: page 93
An examination of alternative treatments.
Striving for Perfection?
Cosmetic surgery is seen by many as medicine for the rich and famous. But ordinary people can suffer severely for the want of very simple cosmetic adjustments.
Narrated by Andrew Sachs. Series producer Stephen Rose
Executive producer David Paterson FEATURE: page 30
TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Short films by new directors. Back to Eden
A comedy-thriller mixing animation with live action.
With Roger McKern and Sean Flynn.
Series producer Colin Rose Director Deborah Collard
With Peter Snow.
Federico Fellini 's
Oscar-winning film starring Anthony Quinn A peasant girl becomes a circus clown. In Italian with English subtitles.
0 FILMS: pages 35-40