Organic Molecules in Action
A roundup of yesterday's parliamentary business from the Lords and the Commons by the BBC's parliamentary team.
9.00 The Historyman
Life in the dark ages.
9.05 Teaching Today: Managing Assessment
How do animals make sense of the world? (Teletext)
10.05 Micro Mindstretchers
Microcomputers in junior schools.
10.10 Save a Life: Choking
A guide to emergency first aid. (Teletext)
10.20 Micro Electronics in Action
How reliable are microelectronic devices which can sense the world around them?
10.40 Mathsworks: Using Graphs
11.00 Watch: Conservation
Jaye and Tony remember the programmes they used to watch as children.
11.15 History File: The Palestinians
11.35 Fair Head
Are the interests of farmers and conservationists irreconcilable?
11.55 Lifeschool Special: Child Slaves: The Slave Legacy
How child labour is being used today.
12.20 Scene: Collision Course: 2
A drama series.
12.50 Teaching Today: Using radio in the Classroom
1.20 Pie in the Sky
Programme for children.
1.40 Provision for Hearing
A look at equal opportunities in the Youth Training Scheme.
2.00 News and Weather
followed by Words and Pictures: Mrs Plug the Plumber
A preview of programmes from the Open University on Saturday and Sunday.
England v West Indies Tony Lewis introduces further live coverage of the First Test from
Commentary by Richie Benaud and Jack Bannister. Summaries from Ray Illingworth and Geoffrey Boycott.
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Forced into marriage with a condemned man beautiful
Cheyenne O'Malley finds that she needs more than her bullwhip to protect her from double-crossing menfolk.
Director Harmon Jones
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Angela Johnson from The
Guardian looks back at the week's national press.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Teacher Training - Back to the Classroom?
Mike Baker examines whether trainee teachers spend too much time in the lecture theatre and not enough in the classroom. With Peter Taylor. Editor Nigel Chapman
A visit to Bell House in Westbury on Severn where the gardens have been restored with horticultural zeal. Also the principles of planting design for vertical surfaces. With Geoff Hamilton , Dr Stefan Buczacki ,
Nigel Colborn and Pippa Greenwood. Executive producer Stephanie Silk Plant details on Ceefax page 617 * GARDENING: page 14
A comedy sketch show with a black perspective featuring Curtis and Ishmael, Llewella Gideon and Collette Johnson , Meera Syal , Perry Benson , Robbie Gee , Alan Towers , Kulvinder Ghir and Leo Chester with Danserious.
Director/Producer Charlie Hanson
A six-part series examining Gorbachev's government. The Battle for Glasnost. In March 1988 Gorbachev left
Russia for a week. While he was away hardliners moved swiftly to try and undermine his authority. This attempted coup against the President is described by those who were involved. Also how the Kremlin tried to cover-up the Chernobyl disaster. See panel below.
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Short films by new directors. The Boarding House
Life in a home in north east England for sailors from the Yemen. Surviving 'old salts' who married Geordie women recall their desert homes.
Series producer Colin Rose Director Tom McGorrian
Jeremy Paxman presents the day's top stories.
England v West Indies Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the second day's play from Headingley.
A young priest newly arrived in his first parish confides his setbacks and successes to a diary. Robert Bresson 's illuminating and optimistic portrait of a man of true faith is based on the novel by Georges Bernanos. In French with English subtitles.
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Cure of Ambricourt: