Mathematical Models and Methods: Preparing for the Exam
Suggestions for a break with a difference. What to do in and around Newquay, the popular Cornish resort.
Sixth of eight programmes following author and playwright Beryl Bainbridge as she travels round England. Today she explores the north east, following in the footsteps of J B Priestley who made the trip more than 50 years ago.
She visits a shop in Gateshead which is a remarkable contrast with those in Newcastle's modern Eldon Square , rides the Metro to the seaside where she meets some pub entertainers, calls at Swan
Hunter's shipyard and takes a look at the people and history of Jarrow.
Programmes for young people - some may not be suitable for the very young. Repeats are not separately indicated.
9.00 In the Know (Teletext)
10.18 Music Time: Wooden Sounds (Stereo)
10.40 Job Bank
11.00 Zig Zag
11.22 Thinkabout Science
11.55 West Africa
12.15 History File
1.00 Science in Action
1.20 Forget-Me-Not Farm
1.35 King Rollo
2.00 News and Weather
followed by Storytime
From Brighton, further coverage of the conference with the focus on this afternoon's debates.
Donald MacCormick , Vivian White and Ian Smith present the issues and interview leading speakers. Editor Barbara Maxwell (Coverage continues at
9.30am tomorrow on BBC1) Including at
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Return of the magazine programme for the disabled. A year ago, the Disability
Benefits Consortium organised the biggest demonstrations by disabled people held in this country. One in Four recalls the events of the day and asks what lessons have been learned in the campaign for anti-discrimination legislation for disabled people. With subtitles and sign language interpretation.
Producer Christopher Hutchins
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USA v Europe
Highlights from yesterday's play from Kiawah Island,
South Carolina. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Featuring emerging indie bands Chapterhouse, Five 30, Intastella, Teenage Fanclub and Atom Seed who performed at London's
Marquee club as part of the Yamaha Band Explosion.
Presented by Gary Crowley. 0 STEREO
The football magazine programme which takes an educated, sometimes comical, look at the world of the 'beautiful game'. Presented by Simon O'Brien. With
David Baddiel and Rob Newman.
Series producer Dele Oniya
Second of a three-part series about the global effort to combat disease in children.
Who Pays for Africa? As the world's biggest health campaign gathered momentum, aiming to immunise every child against six killer diseases, it hit its greatest challenge: Africa. This film investigates the politics of health in two countries: Nigeria, with its soaring population, and Uganda, recovering from civil war and now faced with Aids.
Director Richard Vaughan Series producer Gill Barnes
An InCA production for BBCtv
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Sarah Bowman , a spirited widow, has seen her once fertile farm transformed into a desert by the actions of a giant water company. For years she has tried to make her voice heard, to no avail. But now she is prepared to put up a fight.
Director David Greene
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Another chance to see comedian Harry Enfield's gallery of comic characters including Little Brother, Mike Smash , Dave Nice, the Double-Take Brothers and the know-it-all father-in-law.
Producers Mary Bell and Geoffrey Perkins A Hat Tnck production for BBCtv 0 STEREO
The background to the day's top stories with Peter Snow.
News, features, opinions, performance and discussion from the world of the media and the arts.
Editor Roland Keating 0 STEREO
Culture and Society in Victorian Britain. In this revision programme. Professor
Arthur Marwick discusses some of the principal issues of the Arts Foundation Course.