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: News

: Westminster

A roundup of yesterday's parliamentary business from the Lords and the Commons, by the BBC's parliamentary team.

: Daytime on Two

Programmes for young people - some may not be suitable for the very young. Repeats are not separately indicated.

8.30 Landmarks Special Reports - Wunnewill, Switzerland
Local children investigate the threat to rare marshes and peat bogs.

8.55 History File - South Africa
How did apartheid develop?

9.15 English Time - Fast Food
Teenagers present the arguments surrounding fast food and look at the effects of this booming industry on the environment and the nation's diet.

9.35 Rockschool
A look at 'new music' and 'synth pop'.

10.00 Storytime - Ayu and the Perfect Moon
Today's story is set on the Indonesian island of Bali.

10.18 Music Time - Java Food

10.40 Ulster Museum

11.00 Zig Zag: The Man Who Planted Trees

11.20 British Social History - State of the Union

11.40 Women Mean Business
Glenda Jackson finds out how 150 women are gearing up to return to the workplace. (Teletext)
Women Mean Business
There is now a book to accompany this series, £5.99, from booksellers.

12.05 Landmarks Special Reports - Wijk aan Zee, Holland

12.35 Lifeschool: Into Adulthood

1.00 Standard Grade History - 20th Century (Part 1)

1.20 Bertha

1.40 Landmarks: Buildings and Builders

2.00 News and Weather
followed by Storytime

Contributors

Presenter (Women Mean Business): Glenda Jackson

: Cricket: First Test

England v West Indies Live coverage of the final day's play from
Headingley. Commentary by Richie Benaud and Jack Bannister , with summaries by Raymond Illingworth and Geoffrey Boycott. Introduced by Tony Lewis. Including at
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: Jack Bannister
Unknown: Raymond Illingworth
Unknown: Geoffrey Boycott.
Introduced By: Tony Lewis.

: DEF II

I Dance Energy
Featuring Lenny Kravitz and i Italy's Nexy Lanton. Plus a A look at youth magazines, a mix ; of video votes and the buzz
1 chart. Introduced by Normski. i Series producer Sharon Ali
An Activate production for BBCtv
7.15pm
Liquid Television
; The liquid lips host another anarchic adventure into animation: George Michael receives Miss Lidia's shock treatment;
Cyrano de Bergerac as never seen before; and job hunting with the Art School Girls.
; A Colossal Pictures production for BBCtv and MTV Networks £

Contributors

Unknown: Lenny Kravitz
Unknown: Nexy Lanton.
Producer: Sharon Ali
Unknown: George Michael
Unknown: Cyrano De Bergerac

: Open Space

The series where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control.
Video Letters
This programme pioneers a completely new form of television in which two sides of a a conflict communicate entirely through the medium of videos. Gypsies and i anti-gypsy protesters talk to I each other for the first time, pitching their respective arguments over the permanent sites Avon County
Council is obliged to provide t by law. Presented by Janette i Fazakarley for the residents, and replied to by Teresa Tomkins for the gypsies. Producer David Parker
Senes producer Giles Oakley
A Forum TV production for BBCtv
0 SUGGESTIONS: if you would like to suggest an idea for a programme, write to Open Space. BBCtv, London W 1 7RJ

Contributors

Unknown: Teresa Tomkins
Producer: David Parker
Producer: Giles Oakley

: Horizon

Food for Thought
Can you improve your mind with a pill? Some doctors, students and professionals across the US and Europe certainly think so. They are taking 'nootropics', or 'cognition enhancers', and these unlicensed drugs have just arrived in Britain. Horizon investigates this expanding but controversial area of the pharmaceutical industry. Could nootropics offer successful therapies for the diseases that impair thinking and memory in old age, and offer others 'better living through chemistry'?
Written and produced by Kevin Hull Senes editor Jana Bennett
* TRANSCRIPT: send cheque for £2.00. payable to BSS, to[address removed]• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Produced By: Kevin Hull
Editor: Jana Bennett

: Carbon Copy

Starring
George Segal
Susan Saint James
'I'm Jewish, my son is black and my lawyer smokes pot! Don't tell me I'm not in trouble!' Walter Whitney has everything going for him - a beautiful house, a Rolls-Royce, a top executive job, and membership of an exclusive golf club. Until the day that Roger Porter , a black teenager, walks into his office with an amazing claim.
Director Michael Schultz
• BARRY NORMAN : page 30 • PICTURE STORY: page 50

Contributors

Unknown: George Segal
Unknown: Susan Saint James
Unknown: Walter Whitney
Unknown: Roger Porter
Director: Michael Schultz
Unknown: Barry Norman
Walter Whitney: George Segal
Vivian Whitney: Susan Saint James
Nelson Longhurst: Jack Warden
Roger Porter: Denzel Washington
Bard: Dick Martin
Garvey: Paul Winfield
Mary Ann: Vicky Dawson
Dr Bristol: Parley Baer
Rev Hayworth: Tom Poston
Bianca ,: Angelina Estrada

: Newsnight

Francine Stock with the background to the day's top news stories.
Editor Tim Gardam

Contributors

Editor: Tim Gardam

: The Late Show

Tonight's edition has features, discussion and news from the world of the arts and media.

: Weatherview

: Open University

Arts: The Great Exhibition. A Lesson in Taste - in this second programme about the Great Exhibition of 185 Colin Cunningham finds out how taste could come to be treated as a moral issue.

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Cunningham








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