6.45 Social Problems and Welfare: Family Centre 7.10 Joseph Wright of Derby
, A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
Programmes for young people - some may not be suitable for the very young. Repeats are not separately indicated.
8.30 The State of Training
9.20 History File
9.40 Who - Me?
10.00 Storytime: Sam and the Box
10.18 Music Time: The Ceremonial Meal
10.40 Job Bank: The Music Business
11.00 Zig Zag
11.20 Teaching Today
11.50 Help Your Child with Reading
12.05 Landmarks Special Reports
12.35 Lifeschool: Into Adulthood
1.00 The Ulster Way
1.40 Landmarks: Buildings and Builders
2.00 News and Weather; Storytime
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Venus de Milo. Actress and writer
Yvonne Mitchell tells the story of the famous statue.
! and Regional News; Weather
Mexican Grand Prix highlights.
The Battle for Crete
Every May in the Cretan i town of Galatas there is a : remembrance ceremony for the troops who fought the desperate battle for Crete in 1941.
Featuring Icognito with their club hit Always There. Series producer Sharon Ali
An Activate production for BBCtv
6.25pm Liquid Television Last in the animation series .
A Colossal Pictures production for BBCtv and MTV networks
NEW Twenty-five singers from the four comers of the globe travel to St David 's Hall, Cardiff to compete for this prestigious title. Humphrey Burton presents highlights from the first round and Valerie Solti talks with the competitors. Singer Jill Gomez and music critic Edward Seckerson comment. Tonight's singers are from Scotland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Spain and the USSR. The jury includes Brian McMaster , managing director of the Welsh National Opera and sopranos Elisabeth Soderstrom and Galina
The Orchestra of Welsh
National Opera is conducted by Guido Ajmone-Marsan with piano accompaniment by Michael Pollock.
Huw Tregelles Williams Director Derek Bailey
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The series where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control.
A Song for Christine
'How many more people have to die, like my sister Christine, before we get the services that we so desperately need?' Tony Slowley 's sister died from sickle cell anaemia. He and another sister have the disease too. There are about
5,000 sufferers in Britain, mainly people of Afro-Caribbean descent. Tony Slowley 's film shows how the black communities of Bristol are striving against what they claim is ignorance, apathy, institutional racism and under-funding of the NHS. Producer Gavin Dutton
Series producer Giles Oakley
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On a freezing day in February, scientists and engineers from the Carl Zeiss optics company stood in silent protest in Cosmonauts' Square, in Jena, East Germany. For 45 years the company had been sealed behind the Iron Curtain, denied access to western science and scientists. Now, less than a year since reunification, and after surviving two world wars and near destruction by Russian occupiers, the company faces bankruptcy and the loss of at least two-thirds of jobs. Can eastern science survive rejoining the west? Producer Vivienne King
Editor Jana Bennett
A Windfall films production for BBCtv
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FILM Thriller starring
Bruce Dem , Isabelle Adjani Cold, ruthless and utterly professional - 'the Driver' is the best getaway man in the business. Tough, and equally professional - 'the Detective' is determined to get his man. They are two adversaries on opposite sides of the law - each with a sneaking admiration for the other, and each desperate to win.
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With Peter Snow.
Editor Tim Gardam
David Attenborough , television presenter and pioneer of natural history programmes, is Face to Face with Jeremy Isaacs.
The Victorian High Church. What's special about a Victorian church? All Saints' is an architectural tour de force, designed for the Victorian Anglo-Catholics.