9.00 Tutorial Topics: HIV - Hidden Fears
9.20 Standard Grade Art and Design: A Style of One's Own
9.40 English Time: Single-Sex Schools
10.00 You and Me: Larry's Story
10.40 Provision for Hearing - Impaired Child: They Always Say No
11.00 Words and Pictures: Mrs Plug the Plumber
11.15 Standard Grade History: The Highland Clearances: Part 2
11.35 Teaching Today: Secondary Science
12.05 Lifeschool Special: Child Slaves: The Slave Legacy
12.30 Lifeschool Into Adulthood: Enterprise!
12.55 A Way With Numbers
1.20 Tales of Aesop
1.25 What's Inside?
1.40 Zig Zag: The Greeks: Greek Theatre
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me: Larry's Story
A Lady of Leisure. The yacht Voluta could have ended her days a rotting hulk. She didn't, thanks to a group of hard working business people. Narrator Tom Salmon.
Followed by Westminster Live
This documentary follows the fortunes of three competitors in the 1981 RAC Rally from London to Brighton.
On location in Budapest for the new Bruce Willis and Andie MacDowell film
Of Big Bangs, Stick Men and Galactic Holes
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The adventures of the new
USS Enterprise and its crew. Starring Patrick Stewart The Dauphin. When the Enterprise is assigned to escort a young girl, Wesley (Wil Wheaton ) finds himself falling in love.
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Rough Guide to the World: Update
Budapest. With Magenta De Vine and Sankha Guha.
Series producer Sebastian Scott
Executive producer Rachel Purnell
Six films on culture and identity viewed from a variety of black perspectives.
5: Fortune or Fortress. 'In Italy they treat dogs better than we human beings,' says
Mohammed Riaz , one of hundreds of jobless and homeless Bangladeshis on the streets of Milan. His anger is shared by blacks and Asians across Europe who fear tighter immigration controls from EEC states and a rising tide of racism from right-wing political organisations. Producer Terrence Francis
Executive producer Chris Lent
A Moonlight Films production for BBCtv
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of this archaeological documentary series, The Tree That Put the Clock Back, which was first transmitted in 1971, is being shown tonight. Written and narrated by Magnus Magnusson , the film features the revolutionary theories of the then Dr Colin Renfrew. See panel below. Director David Collison
Executive producer Paul Johnstone
Charles Winchester (David Ogden Stiers ) receives a week's supply of newspapers from back home.
A six-part drama series about a man who transforms a small
Sydney newspaper into an influential media organisation. Starring John Bach Oliver Tobias
5: The Battle of Docklands
Cromwell has made his base in London but his dream of owning The Leader has turned sour and he now walks a personal and professional tightrope. He makes contact with the daughter he has never known but she refuses to compromise her ideals to support him. Political game-playing soon leads to personal tragedy.
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A personal perspective on a subject of current interest. Editor Anne Tyerman
Jeremy Paxman with the background to the day's top news stories.
Features, films and discussion on the arts and media from the nightly magazine programme.
12.00 Environment: No Place to Hide
- the history of the 'acid rain' problem
12.25 Assessing Chances